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Michael J. Knowles: A Thought-Experiment for Liberals on Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 11 hrs ago

Michael J. Knowles: A Thought-Experiment for Liberals on Abortion

"You know this is a thought experiment that I give to leftists a fair bit very similar to the question you're asking It's not even just a thought experiment It's a simple risk analysis I'll say okay so you're a 100% certain that a baby who was just born your 100% certain that that baby is alive and that baby is a human being Okay And then the week before the baby is born you're still basically a 100% sure Okay call it 99% Okay And then a month or two before what are you You're 70% and then maybe three or four months before what are you 50% 40% 30% Now listen you and I know that the baby is alive from the moment of conception We know the baby is a human being is not a platypus and he's not a giraffe He's a human being But okay let's ask the leftist All right how confident are you that one month after he was conceived That baby is not alive in that baby is not a human How confident are you at the moment of conception If you are even 5% 10% uncertain maybe it is a baby Maybe it is a human Maybe it is alive Are you really willing to take that kind of a risk since roe versus wade 60 million babies have been killed in this country This case it is not an overstatement to say this is the most important Supreme Court case that we have seen in our lifetimes that we will see in our lifetimes Countless millions of lives rest on how this case is going to be determined And as you mentioned earlier on the future of the conservative movement if the conservative legal movement can not defend this most basic thing we lost marriage We lost the definition of sex We lost Obama We keep losing But if we can not defend life if we can't overturn this egregious roe versus weight decision then the conservative legal movement is useless

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Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Released on 'Inappropriately Low' Bail

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last week

Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Released on 'Inappropriately Low' Bail

"It. Well, what's a black guy who murders white people? What do we call him? What do we call the guy in walker Shaw Wisconsin? Oh, that's right. He was just panicked 'cause he took a wrong turn. He was fleeing a knife fight. He didn't mean to mull over 60 people. That was an accident. They're actually making they made that claim. You heard it. I played the clips yesterday. There's an accident. He was panicked. He hit the gas instead of the. What was it? 60 people he hit? Did you see the videos? Yeah, that's some accident. That's what heck of a panic. Last time there was that kind of a panic. I think they called it World War II. I mean, the left will stoop to the most ridiculous Shelley insane Lowe's to make their idiotic point.

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Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

"So what's going on in England? Not the United Kingdom just England. Of course, Fauci does not care about data, Fauci is an ideologue. He's a pathological individual. Never has to be cross examined about what's really happening. According to Alex berenson, vaccinated English adults under 60. Are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. And has been that case for 6 months. This chart may seem unbelievable, or impossible, but it's correct based on weekly data from the British government. Could we get that do we have the chart that we could put up on screen? I'll experience in rights I have checked the underlying dataset myself and the graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. The overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. Do you see that? That people who are unvaccinated are actually doing better against the foushee virus than people who are vaccinated. And we saw this entire saga also unfold in Israel, months ago. Why aren't we allowed to talk about this? Why is this not the number one news story in the country?

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Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

"So mister speaker, something, I don't quite understand and kind of I think stumbled into this is why Republicans do not continually embrace the sort of very specific clear and transparent contract with America that you led with in the 90s. If there were to be a contract with America today, for this next election in 2022, what would it be? Educational choice, parental rights. Why is it that Republicans just seem to not be able to get out of their own way when it comes to this? Well, look, I think there's an old tradition in the Republican Party, particularly among the country club Republicans that they're better than that. They don't get their hands dirty with those kind of issues. And I think part of what Trump did was he broke loose both the basically anti confrontation Republicans who dislike Trump and became known for trumpers. And he broke loose. The blue collar workers of every ethnic background. I remember Trump in 2020, got a higher percentage of the minority vote than any Republican in 60 years. And that's because he was willing to take on and talk very bluntly and candidly about people who have radical views and want to profoundly change America. Now I think and this is where I think Glenn young can maybe a very important figure in American history. Young and could be a natural sort of establishment Republican. He's very successful economically. He was the co chair of the Carl group, which was the largest investment group in the middle Atlantic. But he found that the hunger was to take on the left on their local values. And he was smart enough to respond and realize as a leader that he'd have a lot bigger army if he was prepared to roll up his sleeves and get in the middle of that fight. And I would say for next year, first of all, for the first time since 1994, I now advocate that we do have a contract with America, both next year and again in 2024. And I would say that education issues have to be at the center

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Americans Are Banning Family Members From Seasonal Activities Until Vaccinated

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Americans Are Banning Family Members From Seasonal Activities Until Vaccinated

"There is an actual poll out right now and this is exactly why vaccine mandates are so important to the Democratic Party 60% key word of vaccinate individual which I would assume would be the majority of the 60% of the left world global socialists 60% of vaccine individuals say they are banning Their own family members from seasonal seasonal festivities meaning Thanksgiving and Christmas That's right The vaccinated are banning the unvaccinated relatives from holiday Gatherings I can't even describe how sad this is We are living in a country where 60% of the people that are vaccinated are saying I am banning my own family members from hanging out with me During Christmas and Thanksgiving you're not welcome until you get the jab And that's exactly what the Democrats wanted to happen here They wanted to turn us into two different sets of classes of people

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Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

"On MSNBC today what was her name Role mister producer Stephanie roll Listen to what she has to say about inflation okay Go ahead Nobody knows exactly when they're going down but you have to put all this in perspective This inflation is not in isolation And the government predicted it was going to be a challenging recovery recovery all tied to COVID So it's why you see things like that expanded child tax credit You've got the families of over 60 million kids on average getting $430 a month for people on fixed incomes older people on social security they're getting those fixed payments adjusted next year of 5.9% for inflation And the dirty little secret here Willie while nobody likes to pay more on average we have the money to do so All right there you go This woman is so out of touch She so out of touch he knows nothing about it It's like this Tiffany She's talking about truck drivers She doesn't know truck drivers Black whiter in between This clown rule she doesn't know what people are going through She's stuck in her little office near Wall Street in New York or wherever the hell it is Across the river I guess in New Jersey she doesn't get out there and see how people are struggling or anything I think what about you I'm out all the time All the time I want nothing to do with the kind of social circles these people keep It's an amazing thing

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CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

"But these guys on CNN are hard to hard to stomach. And yet there can be moments of civility and disagreement without really being disagreeable. Last night, Mark Davis, morning host on 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas appeared again with Chris Cuomo to talk about the Kyle rittenhouse case. Here's how it went. Let's bring in conservative radio host Mark Davis from 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth. It's good to see you. Not to seem prejudicial, but one step sideways. This is Veterans Day. Your father would have been 90 years old. He was a 20 year vet in the air force. Thank you for his service and thank you family for it. Man, thank you guys for you and the staff are clearly reading why Twitter feed on a number of levels. And I so appreciate it. Thank you, Chris. All right. Well, we're human first. Now let's have the discussion here. Do I have it right that you don't believe rittenhouse should be on trial that you believe he did the right thing going there? And that he did the right thing in the face of imminent threat of his own life. Now that I've seen the evidence and what a crazy thing that is waiting to see the evidence I strongly encourage it, I believe this does belong on the list of events where and you'll see them often, where something happens. Somebody's in their home. They take some action in self defense. A number of things that speak of self defense. And the authorities look at this and they say, you know, this really does look like self defense and maybe we don't even prosecute in this case. I believe this smacks of exactly that, and you are also correct in giving voice to my suggestion that in taking just 48 hours to reach this decision that this prosecution, which is clearly flailing is absolutely responding to the streets of Kenosha, which were demanding and a lot of voices, many of whom you've been hearing tonight or just demanding this kid's head on a platter because to not do so would seem to be insensitive to the Jacob Blake

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Dr. Ben Carson Describes the Politics of Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Ben Carson Describes the Politics of Hydroxychloroquine

"Hey folks, I'm talking to Ben Carson, doctor Ben Carson, former head of hud and general American heroes first. I'm concerned that there are many things I want to ask you about in a limited time we have just to go back to my question before the break. What can people do? It seems that the medical establishment is at least confused if not putting out bad information. What do you think people can do? Well, well there are a lot of physician groups, a medical groups who have sort of been silenced or people trying to cancel them because they are talking about the alternative. They're alternatives are very effective. Ivermectin, incredibly effective. As a prophylactic or when you first get the disease. When you get to disease not as a prophylactic hijacked chloroquine works very well as a prophylactic. In fact, if you go to western Africa, almost all the countries along there, you have to take a hydroxychloroquine or an equivalent anti malarial. And their incidents of COVID is much, much lower than ours. And that's not a coincidence. But it's hard to get hydrochloroquine. Yeah, because of politics. You know, hydrochloric politics is killing people is what you're telling me. Been used for 60 or 70 years. And it's safe. And we know that. And I think there's really no reason that we should have had hundreds of thousands of people dying. But as you and probably many people know in order to get the vaccine and to get an EUA and emergency use authorization, you can not have another effective treatment. Therefore, you have to sort of say those things don't work. I think it's criminal quite

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Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

"I have the joy and privilege to speak with doctor Ben, Carson, who has so many things I could use to describe him, I will just say that let's just say he was one of the top of brain surgeons in the world. We'll leave it at that. 60 honorary doctorates. That's just showing off doctor Carson. Was that really necessary? That's just embarrassing. Now, now let me ask you a question. What's the last time you got an NRA doctor? 'cause you know, I think once you get with the Trump gang, those invitations go away. Oh, there's no question about that. A couple of years. It's kind of funny, isn't it? Suddenly, suddenly you're not so wonderful. What happened to you? And once people discover that you're conservative or that you don't follow the thinking that they envision. But that's all the more reason that we have to continue to fight. We have to fight for the freedom in our country. Freedom of speech, freedom of thought. And all you have to do is think back to Venezuela. I've been visited Venezuela a number of times before they turn directly socialists. Very prosperous country. Number one economy in South America, beautiful hotels and resorts and museums and shopping centers. The biggest controversy that the people had was whether or not they were the most beautiful people in the world. That's what they talked about all the time. And now look at them. Worst economy in South America, people fleeing for their freedom, almost overnight. And if you don't think that that can happen in this country, no country ever thinks it can happen there, and then it happens. And that's why we have to so jealously, guard our freedoms, and when we see them slipping away in any manner, be it a vaccine mandate or anything else, we really have to be willing to stand up for what we believe

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Phil Kerpen Dared to Question the Data on COVID Deaths in America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Phil Kerpen Dared to Question the Data on COVID Deaths in America

"Let's talk to somebody who has been on the front line of separating not just fact from fiction, but proper ganda from the truth. He's a regular guest here. He is a very, very brave individual prayer student of American commitment and the committee to unleash prosperity. Phil kerp and thank you for coming in studio for one on one. My pleasure, great to be with you, doctor Parker. So Sebastian, please. Phil, let's start at the beginning. We have time to go through all of not just the health policy idiocy, the abuse of our body sovereignty, but also the economic and psychological consequences. But let's start at the beginning, you came to my notice because you were doing something very, very untoward. You were daring to question the statistics for COVID fatalities. And you're going state by state. Last time we spoke was a few months ago, could you give us an overview? Somebody just landed from another planet and said, Phil, tell us about the data on COVID deaths in America and cases. And what would be your summary pricey as to the problems with how things have been reported to the American people? Well, we've decided that unlike every other disease or condition in the history of the world where we counted deaths that were caused by that disease or condition for this, we count deaths that are associated with COVID, which is quite a big distinction. So some have very serious conditions, die of those conditions, but is tested positive for COVID and then that's added to the tallies. Correct. And there's some variation geographically, so we don't even have a consistent definition nationally. But in a lot of places, the way this works is any death of any cause of death within a certain number of days it could be 30 days it could be 60 days. Of a positive test goes into the count. And it could have been could have been someone who died in a car accident or a gunshot wound. If there's a positive task within the cutoff, they go

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Almost Half of US Millennials ‘Don’t Know, Believe or Care if God Exists’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Almost Half of US Millennials ‘Don’t Know, Believe or Care if God Exists’

"Arizona Christian university did a study with millennials. Now look, I'm gonna be very clear. I find it very hard to believe that 40% of millennials are gay. Okay, I just find that really hard to believe. Let's pretend it's half right, 20%, 10%, 10% would be extraordinary, by the way. I think that one Gen Z one showed one in 5. Is that right? That's what the NBC one said. So some of these numbers could be a little off, but some of these numbers could be rather instructive. 63% of millennials lean on personal emotions, past experience in the advice of others when making moral choices. No wonder whether so miserable. They're looking themselves for all the answers when all the answers are right there for you. There's been a lot of scholarship done before you were born. You're not the most important thing in the world. This is the amazing one. Millennials are half as likely as adults to say that life is sacred. Millennials do not have as much respect for human beings as adults do, from other generations. Millennials are significantly less likely to believe that God is the basis of truth to believe the Bible is a reliable source of moral guidance. To say that they have unique purpose from God, they do not accept the idea of original sin, which I've been saying in our show for quite some time. They do not believe that you should try to avoid sin. They do not accept the Bible as the inherent word of God. This is like 60 70% millennials, by the way. They do not pray during a typical week. They do not believe that Satan is real and influential, and they do not define success as consistent obedience to God. They're less likely than prior generations. Millennials are twice as likely to say that people they always respect are ones who hold the same religious political views as they do. So it's becoming this kind of self radicalization,

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Chris Rufo Describes How to Address CRT and Cancel Culture

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Chris Rufo Describes How to Address CRT and Cancel Culture

"And we're back one on one with Chris rufo. What is your message in terms of what has to be done? Because this is scary. The new Secretary of Defense had a universal shutdown of the military for 60 days after the inauguration to find the extremists in the white supremacists is just frightening. And he used the word enemies in his Senate hearing to talk about people inside the U.S. Military. What should be the response of people like you and I who have a platform, the senators, the political commentators to address that version of critical race theory in its most obscene. And then secondly, and lastly, to those who aren't Chris rufo or said gawker, what do you say to those who are really intimidated by council culture? Yeah, well, the military question is fundamental because you've seen throughout history what happens when the military enforces political ideology. I mean, this gets in very tricky territory very quickly. Certainly the attack on Tucker Carlson is way out of line. The senior members and the responsible people in the chain of command should immediately crack down on this because what will happen is that the military will be perceived as a domestic political tool that will then alienate half the country from the troops, which I think would be catastrophic for the country and for the military in particular. But the average everyday person, look, you have to speak out. You have to develop the courage, and I would give you one single tip that will make you in some ways immune to cancel culture in your local community. The people who have successfully pushed back against within local institutions have always rallied a group. It's very easy to cancel one person. If you're standing up at a school board meeting. But if you have ten people or 20 people or 50 or a hundred people, you can't be canceled in the same

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Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

"I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci

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Nearly 64% Of People Against Joe Biden Seeking A Second Term In 2024

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nearly 64% Of People Against Joe Biden Seeking A Second Term In 2024

"How is glancing through the specifics of Biden's build back better plan $4.1 billion worth of electric bikes? Well, that makes me happy. $4.1 billion for electric bikes. New mainstream poll was released yesterday, the overwhelming majority of registered voters do not want Joe Biden to run for a second term. His disapproval rating has neared a staggering 60%. 38% support right now. Vice president Kamala Harris is even worse. 28%, and they've kept her in hiding for most for the most part. Imagine what her disapproval rating would be if they let her appear places and show her show her face.

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Julie Kelly, Senior Contributor for American Greatness, Describes Biden's Political Prison

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Julie Kelly, Senior Contributor for American Greatness, Describes Biden's Political Prison

"Welcome back to one on one with American greatnesses, Julie Kelly. Julie, let's break down some of the cases. We have this incredible long thread here on Twitter from the attorney for Nathan de grave. I heard some awful stories when you did an interview with my colleague dinesh de Souza on his podcast. When he talked to us about to give some examples, but put some names to these political prisoners. And isn't there one? Where this person is in prison and they've extended the trial date. He hasn't even been arraigned to what is it somewhere in March of next year, Julie give us some stories. So Seb what a lot of Americans don't know, but need to know is that the Biden regime has opened up in his operating a political prison in the nation's capital. That is not an overstatement. It's not hyperbole, it's fact. So what they are doing, they have a certain space throughout relegated in the D.C. prison system. And this is only used to house and incarcerate capital defendants. So this jail was opened up the first week of February. Over time, it has probably up to a hundred, maybe 80 90, a hundred detainees over time. Right now, I believe there are about 60 in that specific jail. There are more that are being held in what's called pretrial detention orders and various prisons across the country. They are political prisoners. And so what's happened is they've been in this jail for the first few months. They were held in solitary confinement conditions, the justification, the excuse was COVID. They were stuck in these cells for 23 hours a day. I've heard just numerous civil rights and constitutional rights

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Virginia Is Proof Why Americans Don't Want CRT

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | Last month

Virginia Is Proof Why Americans Don't Want CRT

"You. Let me ask congressman Gallagher to put on your PhD hadn't be doctor Gallagher for a moment and consider whether or not an Elaine luria understands why critical race theory is such a toxic issue. And respond if you will to the charge, it's not, I heard that on TV last night and I listened to about 5 seconds of TV. We were doing the Nixon seminar. We'll come to that in a second. And I heard a very respected commentator. It's like the Democrat trope. It's not hot in the Virginia schools. That misses the point, there is no curriculum marked CRT, but they're closing Thomas Jefferson high school to merit admissions on the basis of equity. That's CRT. Yeah, and then it's just empirically true that there is a an explosion of diversity equity and inclusion programs. Within a variety of government institutions, including the military, secretary Austin, his first week on the job, created certain positions with that in mind order to 60 day stand down in order to address extremism in the ranks, even though no one at The Pentagon can define extremism. And so it is not a made up issue. It's a real issue. I hear about it every single day in northeast Wisconsin. And I think it's bound up in this broader woke ethos that the modern Democratic Party is pushing so much of what we hear from the Democratic Party is based entirely on intersectional identity politics. And I think what we saw in Virginia is that Americans views. I mean, just average Americans, center left center right in Democrats Republicans, their views on race are normal. They don't conform to the radical intersectional identity politics stuff, the Democrats are pushing. People want to get along, they don't like racial essentializing. They really don't like it in the classroom, and they don't think the cops and the society writ large are racist. I think that's obvious from what we saw in Virginia and as for swing district Democrats, if they were inclined to think that this was just a fake issue before, I think the results in Virginia should tell them that the American people don't want CRT, they don't want the cottage industry of DEI commentators, and it's so far out of step with the mainstream that it's turning off a lot of independent voters.

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Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

"You know, our family, our Salem family includes great great talent like Charlie Kirk, Charlie had a big event here in the South Carolina area last night, quick backstory. Charlie was invite, I guess his turning point USA group had an event at Clemson university, the way that works, a group of Clemson typically colleges a university's public schools public universities have to go through a process and they invite organizations like turning point to campus and the left doesn't want to let kids hear Charlie Kirk's point of view. Conservatives aren't allowed to be in the public arena, according to the left. You know, the tolerant left. So Charlie had a great event last night, and the radio station put together a little meet and greet before the event. And Charlie was all excited about meeting 50 or 60 of advertisers for the station for 94 5 the answer Joey Hutch in the morning guy gonna be there going to be a big event. The last minute can't have an event because the right permits weren't filed wink wink. We don't have security wink wink. So Charlie Kirk took responsibility for booking a ballroom at the hotel right down the street, I guess, from little John. On Charlie's own dime, Charlie made it happen, and there was a great meet and greet Joey told me it was a terrific event last night. Had a terrific engagement with people, so kudos to Charlie and his team for going the extra mile. I know pat Kelly, the general manager here at the radio station Joey and the whole team was just they were all just thrilled with the way it went. And I hope you were too if you had a chance to see Charlie and hear him

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General Keith Kellogg on the Government's Turn Toward Authoritarianism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | Last month

General Keith Kellogg on the Government's Turn Toward Authoritarianism

"We're talking to general Keith Kellogg, brand new book, war by other means a general in the Trump White House behind the scenes look at the Trump White House. And you are just about to talk general Kellogg about the politicization of a lot of these government agencies, branches that they're meant to work for the people, horrifyingly, as though we're no longer a free country, they seem to be working against the people, the idea that a parents shouldn't be protesting at school boards. I can't think of anything more offensive and anti American than even that sentiment. I'm shocked as an American that anyone could think that they could even suggest something so wicked. And yet here we are. Yeah, I guess we started seeing that. That's a crackdown on the use of it's almost like it's becoming very authoritarian. And when you look at trying to crack down on parents, being concerned about what's being taught in their schools, you know, as a grandparent, you know, I kind of watch what's happening with my four grandchildren. I get worried about it. And I just think it's wrong. You know, I think I'm glad that the parents are really speaking up out there. It's something that she with this administration. They kind of accept out there. And it's actually the way 6 January was treated in the black lives matters riots that happened the summer before that. There's all the difference that people were treated in that regard. You know, we talked a bit a second ago about the 60 January riots that route there. Look, I was at the 6th January rally. I'd remind everybody in the entire time we had had rallies with Trump administration and before that when it was on the campaign. We never had a single incident of violence in any single rally. We had in over 5 years. And what happened is it looks like some people got out of control. It was not an insurrection. I think that's foolish for people say that. I mean, if it was an insurrection, who was killed. I mean, let's be honest, if you or I said, hey, we want to kill some people. We're going into the capital. Some people would have died. Nobody died. There was no intention for an

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"about 60" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"about 60" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"At about 60 miles an hour, according to forecasters. The big problem right now, other than flooded roads is power outages more than 240,000. People are without power and Greater Houston, according to center points out in his tracker. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said last night. CenterPoint crews are at the ready when it is safe to begin restoring power again. Another 30,000 people are without power and Galveston County right now, as well. Officials are reminding you this morning that if you see a downed power lines, stay away from it and call 911. The operator of our state's electric grid, said last night that they are actively taking steps this morning and yesterday to try and reduce power outages. In a statement, Orcutt says they Reduced planned maintenance related outages in areas that were most likely affected this morning, but still again, 200,000 plus people without power and Greater Houston. The Red Cross has opened six shelters across the Gulf Coast, three of which are in Houston at the Fulton Community Church, National Association of Christian Churches and Ford for Families. If you're looking for immediate help, right now, the Red Cross officials encourage you to call 1 800 Red Cross 807 33. 2767 807 332767. If you are in immediate need right now we'll keep you updated all morning on the weather. A full forecast is coming your way at 4 30 Keep it locked right here On news 88 7. I'm Matt Harrop, four Beijing 2000 and eight after a massive cheating scandal at Sydney 2000, so I missed out on my best chance to win a parliament medal. It's Fair to.

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"about 60" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"about 60" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You're back. It's Jill on money, and we are so lucky because friend of the show Hey, uh, this is like the best guest ever is Diane Swonk. She's the chief economist of Grant Thornton. And why is this so great Because it's halfway through the year. And now is the time that you should be wondering well, like, what have we got to think about? Where does the economy stand? And who better than Diane Swank to help us decipher what's going on? So we're going to go through different aspects of the economy. I promise you, you're going to be so much smarter for having listened to this. And that to me is part of the mission here at Jill on money that we want to help you get smarter about things in your own life. But also the broader issues that are surrounding us. Okay, So here we start with Diane Swank about what's going on with the economy. Overall, here's the first part of our interview with Diane Swonk. The economy feels like It's kind of Haman right now. So tell us big picture. Let's start with first. Is the economy doing as well as it sort of feels for most of us out in the universe, you know, it's it's Truly spectacular. I mean, you know, we're going to see growth, you know, north of 7% and 2021. That's the strongest growth rate since 1984. And if you get a couple 10th more could be the strongest within striking distance of 70 years studying after the worst year since the Great Depression, caviar But you know, this is amazing. We got you know we we Have our ability to maybe crawl ourselves out of this and we need to. Yeah, And when we talk about the economy humming like this, there has never been this period where the entire economy was shut down. I don't even know where their records from the the great influenza from, You know, a lot of people try to compare it and then roaring twenties to this and that's really not a good comparison. There's a lot of other things going on, so we don't have a good benchmark in the closest thing. It's like coming home from war, you know, And that's why again the strongest growth in nearly 70 years after, you know, millions of soldiers returned back from home, and we got things going again. But it took a little while to do that. And it really is stunning. I mean, this is you know the idea that you know we can get vaccinated and reopen its Not as high as we like on the vaccination rates, and we're still worried about some regional rolling outbreaks was, you know the new Delta variant and things like that A pandemic anywhere is a pandemic everywhere. We all should be humbled by that. So you know, this is that's a That's I. You have a lot of humility over. You know all my decades as a forecaster. It's um Hubris does not serve you. Well, we're in unchartered waters. But right now it's you know, we've we've got some tailwind, and that's just something spectacular to embrace. All right, let's go to the next big category when we talked to smarty pants economists like you, and that is the labor market, which is weird right now, Let's be clear. It is word, so a couple things that I want you to comment on. First of all. Doesn't matter if weekly claims go up one week verses going down in a straight line. Does it really matter or not? Well, it's a bit noisy, and you know this. It was interesting because his claims, um three states alone more than accounted for all the increase. It wasn't bride based, you know, increases across the country saying, Oh, my God are all laying off workers again. Yet Pennsylvania, California In Kentucky, in that order, and Pennsylvania alone is about 60% of the increase alone. And so you wonder if something you know, sometimes you get these bumps from one state or a couple states in a week. And so it's not the best of news. You know, I'd like to have seen it decline and you're still running about double what? You were pre pandemic. You'd like to see those sliding right in, but they become pretty noisy statistic and its weekly and they get revised. Right, so we don't know. Okay, now, let's go to the bigger one. Monthly claims. Now, for the last two months we've had, you know hundreds of thousands of jobs that were created and that seemed to disappoint many people. Should we be disappointed by that level of job creation? Well given. You know, we are 6.7 Million or 7.6 million. There's my dyslexia and there, you know my dyslexia. 7.6 million in the whole still from February 2020? Yeah, We should be disappointed in that. You know what happened was this pandemic, you know, wasn't a big I mean, everyone's told me it's a V now and I'm like, Do you know what it start it? It was way back in, you know, February 2020 was the peak of the last trump last expansion, and we had some really horrible months And then we came back really quickly because in May and June a year ago, although Workers that were laid off. They got called back. They were still attached to their employers. And so it was easy for them to come back. We've got millions of child back in a month. And you know we were really hoping we could get there wouldn't be a speed limit and what we could get in terms of employment gains As we regained momentum. We almost lost it again. Remember, December went negative went double dip their bit which Europe did do And so you know, the good news is we're gaining The disappointment is, we're still so many in the hole, and we would have liked to have seen it a faster recouping of the jobs lost, and it's just harder when there's people that are no longer attached their previous employer people have, you know, we actually sort of a myth that everyone's moved out of cities. What actually has happened is, you know the low mortgage rates accelerated millennials who wanted to buy houses outside of cities. But what we lost during the pandemic was the in migration that we usually see from young people coming to go to school in the cities. Foreign students coming to go to school in the city's..

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"about 60" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"about 60" Discussed on WTOP

"And Let's get more Now on what it's like out there from Storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter. Luckily, most of the temperatures didn't fall very much last night. It also we did not have a heart. Grief freeze but generally speaking north and west of D C. Temperatures did fall back to right around the freezing point. And there's some very light drizzle being produced by some of these clouds. So some of that could be putting down a little bit of an icy glaze and some locations But obviously nowhere near looked like what we had earlier over the weekend, and it wouldn't won't last very long. That winter Weather advisory This technically posted for a lot of those northern Western suburbs will expire at 10 o'clock today. S O generally will sleep temperatures continuing to rise A good 58 degrees During the day today, temperatures will the over the sky will save stay cloudy. Today. It's just gonna kind of chilly high. It will be the upper thirties so low forties. And then the next system will start rolling in here this evening with us and light rain for most of us, but it's going to get a start off as a light, wintry mix mainly loaded asleep in some wet snow, and there's northern and Western suburbs. But temperatures will be a study or slowly rising through the upper thirties and low forties overnight. Tonight, anyone that has a little bit of a wintry mix will be changing over to all rain, and it's gonna be kind of a soaking rain late tonight through tomorrow morning's rush hour. That'll be all ending by early afternoon tomorrow that will just be breezy and seasonably chilly. How is it be the upper forties to mid fifties, it will get much colder Tuesday night. We'll have to watch re freeze Tuesday night Wednesday, the brisk and colder mix of clouds and sun. Has being the upper thirties near 40 Next major system could be moving in for Thursday, with some accumulating snow at the start, but then mixing with sleet, freezing rain and then plain rain highs will be in the mid thirties. Near 40. It is 34 degrees right now, in Manassas, 32 gave this burg 36 at Washington Reagan National, and it's 35 degrees outside the W T o p Brought to you by Lend the Plumber trusted. Same day service seven days a week. 5 21 that ice storm from the weekend certainly cause some problems here, especially on the roads. But in southern Virginia, it was Much worse. Crews have had to respond to down line snapped poles and other issues that more than 4700 different locations around the state. And Dominion says more outages or possible is the ice begins to melt and tree limbs snap back into place. In all more than 290,000. Customers have lost power. At some point since early Saturday Morning, Dominion Energy says about 60% of them have had their service.

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"about 60" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:49 min | 10 months ago

"about 60" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All right, good news. Bad news, Right. Good news is we just heard that we, the United States has purchased enough vaccines across all the developers to vaccinate every American who wants a vaccine. By the end of July. Pretty aggressive if you think about it, cause here we are now in the middle of February. No, no, Martin. Joanna, maybe Um, but that's a good news. You hang by. The bad news is there's bad news. The bad news is three number Americans that wants the vaccine are relatively low people refusing the Corona virus vaccine. Are the upwards of 40. Only 49% of US adults are willing to be vaccinated. Um Walgreens is saying about 60% of nursing home staff have refused to be vaccine. We saw that in Ohio, right? On those numbers are being neared across the country right now. So the idea is Hey, the vaccine is here. Great. Awesome roller sleeve up. Get your shot. You're good. But how do you develop herd immunity? If so few people Are wanting to get the vaccination. Joining me on the show is Paul Seeger. Paul is a managing partner PCs Advisors. They healthcare Advisory, Paul. Good morning. Hi, Ben. Great, are you? I'm doing good. I thought these numbers who change didn't you that as we the vaccine became available and people's arms didn't fall off And they didn't grow a an elbow out of their forehead that okay, Well, I'm not going to die from this. I got the vaccine. I may have a sore arm or something. It's all good. The word spreads that you're not going to get sick and die because you're the first person in line and more people jump in, and that's not happening. Is it yet? Is it still too early? You think or is there something else going on here? Well, there's a slow moving shift, but you're right. It's it's still a majority of people that say they won't be in the minority of people who say they will get the vaccine. Assume it's available depending on what you read. It's in the forties. Somewhere that say yes, I'll get it as soon as I can. And that leaves a lot of us that are saying we're not going to get it or we'll wait and see how it works on the other people first, basically, which is I think that's pretty normal, right? I mean, I'm never the first guy in line for a new movie. That's gonna be awesome. Or hey, the new iPhone comes out. I'm not camping out overnight. When you could actually wait in lines to get the new iPhone. I'd rather you get it and realize it's a piece of junk. Before I dropped $800. I don't have a phone. So that's how I roll. And I think I probably like the typical person right? Yeah, I think so, too, And I think we've focused a lot it. This has become so political. Unfortunately, that the messaging has not been great on. That's probably saying it pretty nicely. We haven't messages very well around. Why did why were we able to come up with the vaccine so quickly? So I think it's fairly natural that you have people that has attempt to take it when our prior record was four years to turn up the vaccine. We need to educate the population that this has been made very differently. This M R in a technology is new and different, And it's possible to get that kind of vaccine built more quickly when there's something to be said about that, too, is our American skepticism because we've seen what happens when things get rushed to market. I mean, how many times have we heard stories about the Food and Drug Administration who was supposed to be the referee in this thing between what we need in the distributors and actually cos who manufactures up doing what they're supposed to do that there is there's a Process of trialing clinical trials and the like that they're doing what they're supposed to be doing the due diligence right there, the police, But we've all too often seen in the class field of drugs in pharmaceuticals that accompany comes out. They get greenlit FDA says he had great and then a year to later we're starting to learn that there's some serious serious health consequences for those people who are using that product and then the FDA. Holds the rug out from under and suspends its distribution. So we've seen that before. Why is this different? Unfortunately, you're right. We'll see commercials that encourage people to take a new drug. And then sometimes a couple years later, you have another commercial from the lost him about a classic. It's like I don't want to be part of that. I don't need missile feel Yoma from a from a vaccine, So if that's okay, what So the irony technology? I've talked about this before, but Again. There may be someone who's listening going. I still don't understand why this is different. Explain that if you can see the size of buying Tech stories, a great one, the couple that started buying Tech Husband had 10 or 11. He had mapped out 10 or 11 potential vaccines on his computer before you eat. They even had a sample of covert before they even had a covert or even had a case, a known case. In Germany, where they are, so it's a no entirely different approach where they are able to build it more quickly because they don't have to go through this old process where they would Get virus Didn't virus grow things and chicken eggs, and it's just a so it's quicker to reproduce it. Once you've built it, the manufacturing process condemning quickly, it's quicker to get it to market. So it's an entirely different animal. We are seeing that some vaccines that are still in the pipeline. Are being made in that older style. They'll set records too. But they won't have gotten the market as quickly you know, we've got and Paul, this is good. Yeah, This is going to change how vaccines but also how things like this are are produced from this point forward, right? Yeah, This is revolutionary. Absolutely. In our ability to respond to things like this in the future, I think will be much better. I also think we get you see a lot of Talk about there's a and I think there's been a lot of folks on getting more vaccine total vaccine purchased as if that were the primary problem on it's really not that we need to focus more on what we've been talking about this morning. Educating people around the safety of this vaccine because hesitancy for vaccines is normal. America's you mentioned were skeptical group. The dollar's been 25 30% of people that are not up for it around 30%, and we need to educate people on that. Instead, there's it's pretty easy to get press and attention for buying more vaccine or you see the governor of New York saying, Hey, we're going to go direct. He tried to anyway. Was it successful and we're gonna go director five and get more vaccine. When he is he's still only is Distribute about 60% of what he received gets gets distributed or gets in people arms, and that's pretty true across the board. In most states, they haven't had a lack of Like the production or lack of access to the vaccine itself. We've been slower than we'd like it getting in people's arms because of hesitancy and because of just the logistics of such a massive roll out. Yeah, we've never experienced anything like this in our lifetimes assed far as getting this vaccine. No, 1 may be a case that will you want polio vaccine? Remember being a little kid and getting a sugar Cube one, you know, By then it's long been eradicated, but At that point, you know, we have the childhood immunizations..

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"about 60" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"about 60" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Happy birthday. That's what you do. And you can't think of the words of the song. Right? Just gonna me right. That's hilarious. And then you clap at the end really funny. Um, tonight. I think you're going to see another one of those coaches that I'm not sure if he knows anything that's going on in the capital next, saving Nick's saving coaching Alabama taking on Ohio State. You and I think you're going different directions on this, aren't we, Nige? Yeah, I just bet I bet 50 bucks for a bandit went out, right? I've just had a brutal weekend. Of nothing but lost bets from the idiot Tennessee Titans to the Indianapolis Colts. I just had nothing but red Show up on my My fan to account. Which of course, means I lost the bet. Oh, it's as it's been a bloodbath. I'm taking. I'm taking the Buckeyes tonight and and the over Everybody says Go under that totals too high And on paper. It looks ridiculously high. But I'm telling you these big casinos, these Las Vegas things. They didn't build themselves with people beating the house on s. So wait a minute. So you do the same game parlay, basically, Yeah. That got Ohio State with a couple extra points 10.5 and the over That's what I'm going with my win of both those things here. Um, I bet 20 and it was plus 3 25. So I'm looking at probably around about 60 bucks. Okay? I almost if the Colts would've just one, I would had 250 bucks. I'd do the same game parlay that Jack Doyle had to score a touchdown the over And the Colts win straight up did if all three of those things would have happened. What a guy like a $300 payday. Well, two out of the three things happened. Jack Doyle scored a touchdown. And they hit the over. The constant win should have won and I should have won my parlay that I had the next day. I got everything right. Baker Mayfield came through with me on a player bet of the Saints came through. But there was one team that did not keep Kate WC stupid Tennessee Titans Now we brought you on this show last week and said, Listen, Mr Super Fan tell me that the Titans even if they don't win will lose by Less than 3.5. And you gave me your word as somebody. It's got one of those stupid powder blue jerseys that they were going to come through. Yeah, I apologize for that. We did not come through. Anything that you want to say to me? I'm ready. Okay, Here's what I want to say to you. I'm tired of seeing all these tweets on game day and the day before about the damn Tennessee Titans tarting up, Tighten up. They whacked home at division champion. Then they got their ass handed to him. So I'm done with seeing the tweets. I'm done hearing about the Titans. I hate your stupid Blue jersey and wrestling's faith. I deserve all of that. And you won't be seeing any more tweets about the Titans because I got nothing more to say. Many lost their laughter rolls around when next year rolls around. I don't wanna hear any more bull crap today and gone forward on the fourth into absolutely instead of punk you wanna talk about? Frank writes, Put play college. Mike Grable's calling. I mean, Come on, dude, So everybody's gonna be big winners. Tonight. Everybody's gonna win their bets, right? That's what I like to hear. Stand there. Standing by in the WBC news center. I have the final word. Yeah, the bear still suck..

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"about 60" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Archipelago's in the Atlantic, about 60 miles west of Morocco. Technically, though it is part of Europe. This year, more than 20,000 migrants have made it to the Canary Islands. That's 10 times more than last year. It's not the first time the Canary Islands have been a destination for migrants, and many activists say Spain should have been better prepared. The CIA. Benavidez has our story. Mohammed left Senegal in September. Like many people making the Atlantic crossing, he boarded a colorful wooden canoe used by Senegalese fisherman alongside dozens of others, mostly men. The journey lasted weeks and was difficult. They arrived dehydrated and tired. But Mohammed, who won't share his last name for fear of affecting his asylum process, says Coming to Europe was the only way to help his family. Nothing. You're fucking The Lady Folk got n tired of Africa. I'm tired. People say you need to try to make it work. Know we already tried. We worked. We're still poor. Mohammed has been working all kinds of jobs since he was 10 years old from fishing to housecleaning. Now he hopes to find a job in Spain and send money back home. But his legal status is unclear, and he's worried about a deportation. Worst of all his two younger brothers who left on another boat some weeks after Mohammed Drowned on their way over measure buckle buckle because my heart hurts very, very much. They haven't even found my brother's bodies yet I'd rather die than go back to cynical and watch my father mother suffer. Mohammed is just one of tens of thousands of migrants to reach Spain's Canary Islands this year. Fleeing economic hardship, drought and violence in various West African countries. Hundreds have died attempting the journey, which is considered one of the deadliest in the world. The island's haven't seen an increase of arrivals this big since 2000 and six when more than 30,000 people crossed. Despite warnings from NGOs and immigration experts of a possible increase in arrivals this year, Spain was not prepared. Immigration centers are overcrowded, and the country's interior Ministry is refusing to transfer migrants to the Spanish peninsula, where they could be sent to other centers. For now, migrants are stranded on the islands. What you have is s somewhat haphazard emergency response and that's when people's rights are most at risk. Judith Sunderland is with a nonprofit organization Human Rights Watch, She says the Spanish government claims transferring migrants to the Spanish mainland will send the message toe other migrants that they should cross what they call a pull factor for migrating. But Sunderland says that's a flawed logic. People don't take these risks unless they really feel like that. It's their best or indeed, their only option and these aren't frightening trips where people really looked death right in the face, and they're aware of those dangerous when they get on the votes. Last month, Sunderland visited a makeshift reception center set up on a pier in Grand Canadia. Where migrants are only supposed to stay 72 hours there they get idea did undergo medical screenings, including covert tests and begin their asylum application process. But Sunderland found some migrants had been there for weeks crammed a great, very small space into these big field tents without beds without pillows. One portable toilet Per, You know, 30 40 people No freedom of movement on at the time I visited. There were 835 people within the next 48 hours. That number had more than doubled. In late November, The Spanish government relocated the migrants left at the reception center. But new arrivals are already coming in. Sunderland says new centers aren't being set up quickly enough. Dozens of hotels left empty by the pandemic are functioning as temporary housing and quarantine centers instead. Through government grants. This has allowed the hotels to keep their staff working. I love you, Alaska professor of social work at the University of Las Palmas in Grand Canaria says the recent spike in arrivals is in part due to ramped up security at other border crossings, which then pushes migrants to seek new routes. But militarizing borders, she adds, should not be the solution to a human rights crisis Hitting Europe gets to political Mira Doria realmente parted and they will. Surely you're right, but this immigration policy is connected to the bigger business of war and border security. It leaves behind supposed to the European values like peace and human rights. Spain, like many other European countries, has a history of Externalizing border control that is signing agreements with countries of transit and funneling millions of euros for authorities there to keep migrants from crossing. This was done in 2006 with Mountie, Tanya and cynical and more recently with Morocco in 2018. Last month, Spain's foreign minister Atlanta Juan Salas said Spain will increase police presence in Senegal to track criminal networks. She pledged to ramp up deportations as borders open up again. But called W. Alaska who is also part of a grassroots effort to help migrants says the government should be focusing on social services. Instead, she says, they should make sure every person who seeks asylum is given a fair chance for this. Oh, no. So the captain Tam O. B s Sakura, he literally. That's why we're demanding the creation of safe and legal migratory channels. An end to all kinds of repression and amnesty for those already here right now, Velasco says Spain is sending the message that not all lives matter. And what's worse, not all deaths matter, either. For the world. Lucy had been of you this Barcelona How's this for irony? The U. S cyber security from fire. I provide services to prevent you from getting hacked fire. I now says that it was the victim of a hack from a foreign state. An investigation by the FBI is still ongoing. Many are pointing the finger at Russia. We're joined now by cyber security expert Richard Bait like he used to work at Fireeye as their chief security strategist. Thanks for being with us, Richard. First of all, what does fire I specifically do in the area of cyber security? Whom does it protect? And why is it a big deal? They got act. Well, fire. I is a company. That is the result of some acquisitions over the years Primarily being the company Mandiant, the Mandy in part of fire. I has been apart that responds to intrusions. So if you are a company, you have something that happens to you. You get hacked. You call Mandy had to come in. I find out what's happening to kick the intruder out. Firing, on the other hand, has been more of a preventative company. So they stopped technologies to try to prevent intrusions from happening, so the two of them came together in the final days of 2013. When I was working there is part of Mandy and as the chief security officer. So why does this happen? One of the vulnerabilities that a cyber security firm that would let foreign actors inside Well, this is the one of the universal laws of cybersecurity is that prevention eventually.

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"about 60" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KGO 810

"Sam a bull salmon. He has a nice yule log burning in there, too. I hear Hello, Sam. Hey, Leo, How are you This week? Sam is that I'm great principal researcher at Guide has insights. He also has a great car podcast called wheel bearings, and we'll bring stop media and I'll be listening. To the next week's episode, because you'll be talking about my next car. My Mustang Maki, Whenever it comes out, I'm excited. So I see you're sitting in front of a Mustang Maki on your screen, and it's charging electrically. Sometimes you look at that real quickly. You think it's getting gas, but you couldn't put gas in that thing. I don't think right. Uh, would you, um, that you know. Meanwhile, there's nowhere There's no where to stick the nozzle into. I mean, I guess you could fill up the front trunk. Does rain out there? There's a drain hole in the bottom. So you know just the rain right at the bottom. So so you're what you could put your wet stuff in there and you know it'll drain out so you don't get on molding. But this is what stops people from buying electric vehicles is just this concern about charging it. You know, if you live in an apartment building that's reasonable if you live in your own home. You know, you probably can get a one of those RV style Neema 50 plugs and plug into that in charge there. That's what I do. But the promise Then you get on the road and you got a couple 100 miles through the months and you've got to find a charging station. There's there's gas stations everywhere. Are they're charging stations everywhere. There's more and more all the time. Um, Currently there's about 35,000 charging locations across the country. Um, and that's total. That's that includes the level two charges which of the 2 40 Volt Chargers. What you typically about 6 3.5 for 6.5 kill a lot of power and those take a few hours to charge your car. And then there's also about About 3000 locations with the level three charges, which are the D C fast chargers, and those can range from about 50 kilowatts up to 350 kilowatt capacity and the speed Ah, that your car will actually charge That depends on the system. It's in the car s so like the Maki will charge it about 150 kilowatts. Ah, Tesla supercharger on some of the newer version three superchargers they'll charge at about 250 kilowatts. Portia tie Khan and some other cars. They're coming to market soon will charge it 350 Kilowatt. What does that mean? Real world. I mean, when I go to a gas station five minutes later, I'm filled up and ready to go. Yes. Oh, The kilowatts you know is when you're talking about charging you can think of it kind of like electrons per minute is is a way that you know, it's how fast you're filling up the tank with electrons that make sense. Yeah, it takes a lot of electrons to fill up the tank. It does s O. You know, on a 150 kilowatt charger, you know the the Mustang Maki or an Audi Tron, which have about a 95 kilowatt hour battery pack. I'll charge up from completely empty two full in about 40 minutes or so. That's a big difference. I think that's another thing that stops. People is like, Well, I got to sit there for half an hour 40 minutes and fill it up. Yeah, well, just just this week, uh, Hyundai Hyundai Motor Group made an announcement about their new TV platform That's gonna be launching next year, starting with the Ionic five and they're gonna have 23 different battery. Evey is between now and 2025 that they're launching across the Hyundai Kia Genesis brands. And it's also going to support 350 kilowatt charging and, you know, they talked about at at that rate you can in five minutes. You can add about 60 miles of charge, so that's another way that some car makers are expressing it is how many miles per minute you can add a charge. That's my little and intelligent, better. Understood. Yeah, This is something test Yuan must really understood with Tesla's that people are going to buy the car unless we put charging stations everywhere, And that supercharger network really works. I mean, it's big, right? Yeah, they got about 900 locations now across the country. Um And I think about what 8000 charging points. Supercharger point give you that. You know how important that is. I didn't buy a Tesla until they had a supercharger in my town. Now, as it turned out, I didn't need it. I really used it. But that was the thing that put me over. The top was like, okay. It's like, okay. I have a gas station in town. I could buy a vehicle. But it turns out your home charging. It's kind of nice because you basically leave everything with a full tank. You know if you have. Ah, if you have a garage or driveway where you could pull in, and you can have a charger home, that is by far and away the most convenient. You know a lot of people. If you live in an apartment, though, or in a lot of cities, you know, even if you have a single family home, you still have to rely on street parking. And then it becomes more challenging. That's where you know we need to have more public charging infrastructure in place. And so, you know, cos like charge point and evey go on, Electrify America and green lots are installing more. Electrify America's got. They just topped 500 locations now with over 2000 chargers, so they're getting competitive with the supercharger.

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"about 60" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on WTOP

"Found on Wang G is our producer coming up rural hospitals struggling to keep up with covert. President Trump tweeting that his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has tested positive for the disease. 5 31 CBS News brief of very high profile figure testing positive for covert 19 today, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. It's not just big cities, they're seen spikes in cases and deaths. Dr. Jennifer McKenny is in Wilson County, Kansas. In the first seven months we saw about 60 cases and now in the last couple of weeks, we're adding about 60 cases each week. Democratic Senate Leader Chuck Schumer says today Any new covert 19 relief package must include long lasting benefits under leader McConnell's proposal. All of this would go away within a few weeks. And some of it would go away immediately. Under our proposal. All of this would be extended for four months and former U. S. Cyber security chief Chris Krebs says constant attacks on the election or harmful We cannot allow this continue. Certainly not past January 20th certainly not for the next four years, and he's sort of lost cause movement would be just horribly destructive to democracy. CBS News Brief I'm Steve Futterman. 5 32 more now on Giuliani President Trump has tweeted that his personal attorney, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has tested positive for covert 19 in his tweet, the president said Giuliani has tested positive for the China virus. Giuliani has been traveling extensively crisscrossing the country, pushing his clients on verified claims off voter fraud. The Food and Drug Administration is expected to meet this week to review for possible approval of Corona virus vaccine by drugmaker Fizer. Healthcare Workers will be first to get the vaccine. First responders are expected to follow and after that, health and human services Secretary Alex A czar says others will follow. It's going to be progressive, and so we're going to focus on those most vulnerable and those most on the front lines of treating people with covert with the initial 40 million doses in the next month. And then we're just gonna progressively keep adding more and more people. So be thinking in the February march timeframe that you're going to see more general vaccination and by the second quarter of next year will soon we'll have enough vaccine for every American that once it these are appeared on ABC s this week. Covert to surge is putting the nation's hospitals to the test as we hear from CBS News National correspondent Mark Strassmann in Atlanta for the first time, America's hospitals now treat more than 100,000 covert patients. In Nevada patients with the virus occupied 30% of all hospital beds, the country's highest rate. California's running out of ICU beds. This weekend. The state launches regional stay at home orders that will last at least three weeks. Correspondent Mark Strassmann coming up.

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"about 60" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For up North Is one bigger problem. It is slow. But Ruth three North bound you, Jim to a mile tow James amount to crash just before Westford Road into his barn. If this is going to be busy strapping on the threes 39 degrees in Boston right now, A heavy wet snow will blanket most of the area this afternoon with the rain and powerful winds for the Cayman Islands. Winter weather warning is in place now until tomorrow morning. Very windy Today with heavy ranges start high 45 winds gusting to about 60 MPH could be more strong than that near the coast. Beware of a serious flooding as well. Rain changing the snow this afternoon before wrapping up for us tonight. 3 to 6 inches of snow expected in the city and along the coast, 6 to 12 north and west of 1 28 with higher amounts likely up to 18 inches north and west of 4 95 watch for poor driving conditions and Power outages as well. We're dropping a 31 degrees tonight. Partly sunny tomorrow windy and chilly, High 39 but will feel more like the teens and twenties and partly sunny on Monday and Tuesday High 36 live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Tina Gal here. The five things you need to know. At 1 15 Mima is urging people to stay home and off the roads during the nor'easter and widespread power outages are expected. In fact, nearly 4000 reporter right now is I take a peek at that map. The federal government allocates a state of Massachusetts close to six teeth 1000 doses. The Fizer vaccine again close to 60,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine with covert 19 on the rise here in Massachusetts hospitals are feeling the strain. Hospitals are reporting their now at 80% capacity. Ah federal judge restoring the DACA program, which allows immigrants who are brought here illegally as Children. Work and study without fear of deportation back now to our top story, the wild whether a pre winter nor Easter could dump up to 12 inches of heavy snow in many parts of Massachusetts today, again, higher amounts are expected. An isolated and elevated areas, especially north and west of Boston, and a shift from rain to snow is expected to come fairly soon. That, according to Mask, BOT administrator Jonathan Gulliver most area It's going to change over sometime in the early afternoon and then get really heavy in the late afternoon. That's that's the time that we're really concerned about when things start coming down, and right now it's looking like a clip of about 2 to 3 inches an hour, so that that's gonna be the heaviest part of this storm and the part that gives us the most insurance and again a winter storm warning is in effect now. It went into effect at one o'clock this afternoon and a ghost until 7 a.m.. Tomorrow morning. The build up to two Senate run offs in Georgia picking up pace Thies runoff that will determine the balance of power in the Senate. Now one month away exactly today, President Trump Headlines a rally in support of incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler yesterday former President Obama top the bill during a virtual rally for the two Democratic challengers, and he wasn't the only big name in the Peach State yesterday, one day ahead of President Trump's visit to Georgia Vice President Mike Pence, campaigned in Havana, hoping to reignite the president's based there to vote in the high stakes and run off for Republican senators,.

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"about 60" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You can grown back with us. Can't as we were talking about the election and how I think you so rightfully. Suggested that the president kind of did not go after that younger group of audience out there the millennial types I'm not sure Joe Biden did either. But what you said was very poignant and that is most young people. When they're starting off are somewhat liberal. I think they automatically migrated the Biden and he didn't have to even campaign to them. Precisely. Yeah, Remember what Winston Churchill said. He said that when you're young, if you're not a liberal, you know about heart and when you're older, If you're not a conservative, you don't have a brain. Exactly, And that's the way populations working. And I am talking big picture macron. Not because and you will find anomalies all over the place. But but for the most part That that particular Siri works, and it works very, very well. No President Trump did not expand his base. And he needed to his campaign. People screwed up. Yeah, they did. Did not expand his base and that if he had expanded his base, he would have been fine. But when you start off with a 24 million vote disadvantage over your previous Until over the election in 2016. I don't even need to fix that. Why didn't somebody tell him that and in terms of the mail in votes, which we had astronomical numbers was that unusual? God, No, because again, it's Coben and the but he didn't market to them. He put he put those people down. No. Yeah, exactly. And he encouraged his base to, uh, you know the vote in person, and I'm sure they did. And and that's why when the mail in votes came in after the zoom by Indian person votes that you know it's the advantage went to Biden. What did they call my late father's generation? He was a World war two guy was it called the great Generation. Yeah, that's one of the terms is. It's called the GI Generation. It Z. They were born 1905 1924. And that obvious demographic is dwindling quickly, isn't it? They're gone. Yeah, it for them for the most. What they're they're like 95 plus Do you even consider them for marketing anything? No. You don't know. I mean, don't listen. Don't get a bunch of elderly people upset with me. No, I won't. I know we're just talking generation while they were the best. The most important thing about the generation is that there were, um A significant number of people that were that were born here. And in addition to that, uh like 56 million, But we had 14 million people come here from the Europe. You Immigration is critical to any country. Our country is a nation of immigrants, a very, very few people that are native Americans in the United States. We're a nation of immigrants. Right now. The strength of our of our population has been contributed to by Latinos we have about 60 million of them. Absolutely. Yeah, But do you know that we're mostly a German nation, A German nation? Germany. I did not know that 70 thought it was wide open are a German descent that you have about 60 million Latinos, and then you have 40 million Irish, which it was kind of strange because there's only 4,000,004 million people in Ireland, and we have 40 million people of Irish descent here in the states. How did we do that? I don't know. I love immigration as long as it's legal. Precisely. Yeah, you know, you know what is illegal anything? But we way are a nation of immigrants is that I had a it was exchanging with a friend by the name of John Davis and email about immigration. We the strength of our country is based on immigration and And get over it. If you're a bigot get over. We're going to be darker, The overall popular the overall complexion of the United States and by 2050 2060, we will be darker. It just is what it is, In fact, redheads you know, the redhead Jean disappears in, believe 2025. So I tell folks if you have redheads in your family hang onto them because they could be worth real money. I love it. Let's take some calls here. Let's go to rob in Madison, Wisconsin to get us started. Hey, Robbie, go ahead. Hello. I wanted to say that, George, you're making a difference. And I've been a coast to coast listeners since 1996. Thanks for staying with us. So long rub, you bet, And I also if I heard correctly can said that There's nine million Chinese males more than females. And I was interested in knowing How You're politically and militarily. How the U. S interaction will be affected because of that, And I think that number was higher, wasn't it? Can? Yeah. It's 180,000,090 million. Yeah, I have. Is that gonna change things? Yeah. You know when they literally Uh, there's there's 90 million more men. Uh and they're gonna put him in the military. What are they going to do with them? When they do? Look at the look at North Korea? That's what they do. But the thing that China is doing right now is China is going to go on a war footing. And the reason they're going to go on a war footing because it's if war is imminent. If it's like right around the corner, you could always tell your population that you can no longer feed which they're going to have a serious problem is elderly issue. Um Didn't need to be on a war footing exactly like North Korea. My prediction. Taiwan Yeah. Watch it happen that blessing. I know. Watch it happen And I don't know what we're going to do. I mean, Diamond watch. I'm not sure. Even though we have a treaty to defend Taiwan, I'm not sure we can stop the Chinese without really wanting to get involved in a very heavy war. And I'm not sure we've got the the stain par right now. Don't want to do that. We don't And that's It's tragic, but that could happen, You know? I mean, if you pulled Americans, I would guess 80% would say let him have Taiwan as long as there's no fighting. Right? You know, simple is out. Yeah, this it is very much from the another big story in the lungs were talking about Asians is South Korea. South Korea's not having kids, George Just that they're really why not? You tell Mei And is that policy or is it biological?.

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"about 60" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KGO 810

"Just make sure you vote and make sure your ballot is counting. But thousands of women activists took to the streets in several city Saturday, marching against the president. They were mostly young women in mass rallying from D. C to New York to San Francisco opposed to President Trump and his fellow Republicans, especially over filling the seat of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Before Election Day. So far, millions of Americans have voted early already ahead of the November election, with several election polls showing former vice President Joe Biden on top a new Pew research poll showing the former vice president leading nationally by more than 30 points with Latinos, a key voting demographic. Biden campaign sitting down virtually with celebrity couple, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, my Kind of hope and quest for the Latino communities that they start understanding their power. They understand exactly right country that their vote counts more than 22 million Americans have already cast their ballots. From New Orleans to Chicago. Early voters rushing to the pole. ABC is Rachel Scott, the largest wildfire in Colorado. History continues to burn the Cameron Peak fire is growing with wind gusts of up to 70 MPH, prompting red flag warnings so far, nearly 300 square miles of burned with widespread smoke affecting areas of Denver, Fort Collins in Loveland, Colorado. This man describes witnessing the fire come over the mountains near his home. It's almost like a sunrise over there. Those mountains were glowing so bright last night, it's lighting up our house fire. Only about 60% contained. You're listening to ABC News. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't Mass with the I. R s they are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh Start.

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"about 60" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Downtown Houston coming out to the suburbs every Saturday night. Last Saturday. You were talking about The great Bob Gibson and I'm a Cardinal Stan and grew up about 60 miles away from ST Louis. And I have a friend that that knew him. And I was told by that friend last week that when ever at one time, there were different times. He was with them when they were on the road, and when he was on an elevator and another Team's player would be on the elevator. He wouldn't even look at them right that talent in you that your eye We're on the same page on Bob Gibson. He was Just an incredible athlete in a wonderful person, and it's getting it's getting competitors. You're going to find your elevator story does not surprise me. He wass someone shared with me last week. I wanted shows I did. Hey, said Ah covered Ah, ton of Bob Gibson's career and all Star games to Bob Gibson played him before and afterwards and been around baseball for 40 plus years, he said. He never saw one and saw someone who least enjoyed his All Star experience. Because he was surrounded by competitors, The American League guys that he faced and a nationally guys that where his teammates, he said. It's nice. They wanted same team together for a day. But today from now I gotta hate you again and I'm gonna have to dry and get you out, so I'm not goingto friendly up with me. I'm not going to talk to you. I'm not going pal out with you. You're still a competitive too, And he said he was taunting that belief. That all Star games weren't fun. They weren't for getting no guys that you don't really know. And pound. No, no, no, no, no Bob Gibson put on the uniform. He was competing against everyone else on the planet. Agreed. Okay, Point number two. You love Aerosmith. Yellow's a CBC. And is you losing three segments ago when in the intro you said that was an Aerosmith song. It wasn't actually it was a Metallica song named Fuel. You'll just have to go back in your archives and listen to that. Maybe I misheard. Let's talk about Let's talk about Tennessee, which is why I actually called I'm Raider Stan and I've called you showed to your three times. And I always tell everybody in America like it or not on the Raiders stand, win or lose, and that's what I think the fan should be. I really feel sorry and understand why the Titans did what they would have done as far as practicing. Is the NFL commissioner. And if the owners would understand that you can't just shut down one team's practice facility and all of their daily routine to get ready for a game but not make the other team set down even though they don't have Kobe. That's why this happens and I think that they felt that they were being cheated in a way not being able to prepare as another team would and that. Would cheat them out of a win and I'll shut up and let you It's not a bad point. Stand on line, please. It's not a bad point. However. Someone made a mistake. And someone broke protocol and was unfortunately unlucky to pick up the virus. But they tents are they contributed in contracting it in some way, shape or form. And guess what? One through. Say you had to practise spies. God squad guys on 70 something if someone makes a mistake, and someone contracted U S A team have to pay the penalty. You're in this one for all all for one. And if that's the case, and somebody makes a mistake, and it's going to hurt the entire team, because it can't practice. That's what you signed up for when they went to these protocols, and they said they were having a season and offered anyone who so chose to opt out. That opportunity. As soon as you decided to stay and said, I'm in, you are accepting that responsibility for yourself. And you were accepting that responsibility for the team and the team had to intern receptive, accept the responsibility for everybody else. So that defends holds no water for me. Well on ly one guy messed up. One guy tested positive. You can't shut us all down. Oh, yeah, they can. Those are the rules that everybody signed off on. Everyone accepted him. If they had a problem with it, they should have you afforded. Then Ord said. Hey, no, This is just not right. It's not fair. I'll opt out for the season. They had options. They chose not to take them so therefore you got to stick to the rules. I understand. Look, I'm going to let you go. I really, really love your show and I'll call in again like I have before. Love you. Chill micro. Terry. Yeah. Feel free to keep checking in from Houston. Jordan. Mac Tang, what you hear on CBS sports radio phones to wrest it away. Cleared out. The lines have been good. They've been busy. Ah, gotten in some good conversations, you buzz your next right to the top of the list 855 to 124227 by every hour, CBS Sports update time. Here's Mike. The man MCAD. Sports Flash Jody College football. Certainly the center of our attention with top rank limbs and knocking off number seven, Miami 42 17. Trevor Laurence and of the big game, passed for three touchdowns, ran for another try to safety and.

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"about 60" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"My point is every year, there's about 60 80,000 influenza deaths. But this year, there's 76 influences slash Kobe death. It's the same if it was something different. So this is the flu. Okay, so Kirk the Corona virus in a global, So So So, Kirk, So Kirk in York. So Kirk in your opinion? The Corona virus. There's no more serious than the flu. Kirk, is that your take My take you but number. Okay? Thank you, Kirk. I mean, the numbers do say that the Corona virus is significantly less deadly than the flu for anyone under the age of 45. Now imagine that the majority of players for the Raiders and their families are our downfall, mostly probably under the age of 30. Okay, so one issue with that on then we got to go to break. It will take some more phone calls. There's something called a symptomatic and there is something called giving it to others just because you have and it doesn't affect you. It doesn't affect other people the same way we're going to take 2575396 again that number to call 7022575396. I was talking about some of these campaign rallies and simply put those people are not protecting themselves. Very simply put. We're here to take a break their choice That's there. You've got to take a break. We'll take some more phone calls on the other side. It's not just your choice choice. You're affecting other people as well, very simply put. But we've got to take some phone calls on the other side of the break again. That number to call is 7022575396. That is the number to call. We're going to take a quick break. But before we do, so, I want to talk to you guys a little bit about Kansas City steaks. Check about a Kansas City steaks dot com. They've been around since 1932. They're awesome stakes, high quality they will deliver it..

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"about 60" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Concludes our broadcast. Of PR ize the world. The PBS NewsHour is coming up next 90 minutes. Rose. Sunnyvale, California. I called today to don't speed up even the one monthly subscribers and have been for many, many years. But since I can't get through a day without a T, I thought I would just give him a little one night and they have some nicely love you guys keep up the good work. Thank you so much Rose that he took out Ah, little extra time to give us a call and donated extra $50. Even though you're a monthly subscriber. That's so great, and we do hope we're asking nicely for you to contribute to cake because that's what His membership drives are all about 60% of our funding comes from you, the listener and we try and just be as brief as we can get through this as quickly as we can, And that's how it all works. I'm clear green. I'm here with Michelle Hannah Taylor. Then the number is 1, 809, 37850 and Michelle. We have a dollar for dollar challenge still on the table. Here we have another 10 minutes to go on this $1000 dollar for dollar challenge from medium security members, John And Timmy Subroto. And remember the challenge Grant rules. If we don't make the challenge before this hour is over. We have to offer to return the money. So we have until three o'clock to raise this $1000 in here, the PBS NewsHour. That means we the challenge is over. So that gives you 10 whole minutes to call. It only takes a second to become a member of the telephone number is 1 800. 937850 or you can pledge online and take a look at some of the thank you. Gifts are Web address is dot org's slash tonic. Many.

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"about 60" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Until you BZ NewsRadio Celtics will try to even the Heat Game two of the East Finals tonight at seven in Orlando. While the Patriots have a trip to Seattle this weekend to face SIAC Sunday night, it's not Tom Brady, Russell Wilson renewing their playoff past. But Brady successor, Cam Newton, was sharp with a pair of touchdown runs in his Patriots debut last weekend. Hawks one also on Wilson earned NFC Player of the week honors after passing for 40. Touchdowns and 322 yards to beat the Falcons. Newton has nothing but respect for his counterpart, a big fan of rust and just everything that he's accomplished up to. This point haven't got a chance to look at the office of side of the ball, but I seen him put up some big numbers and, you know, just always room for a guy like himself and with his F lettuce, athleticism, You know, it's just great for the game week two kicks off tonight between the Bangles and Browns. Adam Kaufman, BBC Boston's news radio. 11 43. It's time for traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Kevin to call watching some troubles out here on 1 46 in Milbury, 1 46 North bound, We got rollover crash here between Boston Road and West Main Street. That's that to Lane section of roadway. They're causing delays in both directions and state police in talking that they may close that 1 46 north bound at Boston Road. Right now. It's probably best to avoid that area again. 1 46 North bound rollover crash between Boston Road and West Main Street over on 3 95 North bound over a mile back up into the right lane. Work crews here set up after exit five in Oxford, heading an auburn trying to get on the 2 90 itself to 90 westbound. They got the right lane taken for work today, everyone 40 in Shrewsbury. And 1 90 North bound, slow going through the left lane closures here from exit two hour at ST in Worcester getting up towards exit for in West Boylston. This report is sponsored by Loew's false coming fast, and So are all those yard projects when the leaves fall, be ready with a battery powered eagle leaf blower from low starting at just $199. Bring on fallen all those leaves with huge savings from lows while supplies last US only Kevin Brennan, W. B Z is traffic on the three's not feeling quite so fall Like out there today we'll have plenty of sunshine warming up for most of us into about the mid seventies. Live here North and west of Boston. Outside for 95 Burke. Cheers. Southern Vermont, Southern New Hampshire. There is a chance you could see 80 close to it today. For tonight, though, we'll see some clouds and passing showers and low tonight from pretty much all of us in the mid fifties. After that, we start to see see and feel this cool weather coming in for tomorrow. Mix of sun and clouds called dusty Window high. Just about 60. Mostly sunny for your weekend, both days looking pretty nice, Breezy, quite cool both days seeing high just about 60. Ri's. This's w B z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops 73 right now in Boston at 11 45. Good morning to you. I'm Nicole Davis here. The five things you need to know. Weekly Jobless.

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"about 60" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Start with about 60 students in the fall of 2021. DEP remark. KO Phi News Ah, what a pretty song. Remember this. So Disney has announced this live action remake of Mulan will premiere on Disney Plus instead of being released in theatres. That movie will be available on the streaming service September 4th for a premium rental price of 29 99 on top of the services monthly subscription fee. It was just so relaxing. Wasn't it? A crash on the 10 mid city? He's found side of the 10 freeway right before Robertson where the right two lanes are shut down. Things really heavy coming off 405 Westbound side singlets as well from just beyond my breath. Also things going too slow. You're heading out of Hollywood stuff instead of the one. The one from the rose over to the 1 10 3 way nor found side of the five got some delays getting through the Norwalk area from Norwalk Boulevard to the 605 also in the five freeway for heading into Lake Forest, nor found side of the five right there like force, driving the truck by fast lanes blocked with her crash. The traffic's slow from El Toro. And the Riverside 91 westbound side between Magnolia and McKinley. Caltrans working in the far right lane. Okay, if I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Jalen. Well, the things we think about today. They're different, aren't they? It was quite a dramatic pause. Ah, very dramatic today. Well, it's been onyx back. Everything's been unexpected. You can always count on the accident. Attorneys at Sweet James Yeah. If I'm ever hurt in an accident, the call I would make the first call would be too sweet James, because why chance it with any other lawyer, The call is free. The consultation is free there available anytime you need him, and the person on the other end of the phone is always ready to help and you're always going to get justice with the accident. Attorneys have sweet James. It's a name to trust who you hire as your lawyer matters because results matter if you've suffered a serious injury, you've got one chance to get help to get your life back on track, and that's calling the attorneys at sweet James With all the uncertainty, knowing who's gonna have your back right now means more than ever, And there's a lot of change going on. But the one thing that has never changed. Sweet James is there when you need them, the one we trust the most. The people's accident attorneys awarded Best Attorneys of America Sweet James Imma, Call 805 152 108 105 152 100 or sweet James dot com. That's sweet James dot com.

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"about 60" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"about 60" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Well, Health will have a lot to do with that as well. And so this will be Hey, who could be the healthiest for the shortest amount of time essentially will have the best chance, but it would take a couple of significant injuries. I know not having David Price. In that rotation will hurt a little bit of he decided to opt out. But when you have Clayton Kershaw Walker Buehler at the top It's still really good rotation and other pieces that will be in there, I think was furious and wouldn't probably struggling. That will be fine, but it'll be interesting to kind of fast forward. If they do win the division again and then not have David Price in the postseason eyes where it could show up a little bit. That's where it may hurt, But I think the Dodgers are probably still in pretty good shape to win that thing again. Last one for you in about 60 seconds, But I want the real quick. Get your take. On the N L Central, where a lot of folks think that's four teams deep. Who do you like? How do you like the middle part of the country there? Yeah, The National Central is going to be a real challenging The Cubs right? Didn't make the post season last year, lost in a In a wild card game the year before, So they're a team that's got a lot of resource is poured into that club and I don't have a lot of flexibility. This one to me, you know, I want to say it's wide open, but I think that you could look at all these teams and they like the rights as an example, in all the sudden a rotation clicks and gets it done, they could find themselves. In that postseason. Justus easily, I think is anybody else outside of the Pittsburgh Pirates? Everybody is in this thing. The Cardinals are going through a bunch of injuries right now and trying to figure out what they're going to do. Their bullpen is all a sudden become a little bit depleted. We know the Brewers are going to be contenders, but to try to pick a team any of those four for me. I would not be shocked if any of them won the division. Maybe the dark Horse of the group might be the red. But this is not going to be an easy one to pick. I think for the Brewers in the mo mentum that they've had the last couple of years ago enforcement pick one. Maybe I'd go there. But none of these teams will surprise the outside of the pirates that they went to see Jana Kowski. Thanks, buddy. For making time. Don't Hey, don't give up on that beer. This is this is the year It has been a rough year. It is the year the beer, so you know, hang in there. Keep it growing. Soon out. My boss makes that decision seems like attacked the cone Rangers games that I know that you let me know. Thank you, Val. Thanks for being on that issue That is one of things about television. Unless you're a star. You're Jim Rome. You base get treated like a like a like a child. You will wear these clothes. You will have this. Look, you will have this hair. This is the way that it works. Thank you to C J for making some time. Man Baseball baseball. Cannot succeed because of itself. But sometimes you just get lucky. Think about and we'll just see how it happens. But it would be amazing, if mostly seems to have a chance. Don't stumble. And there's just feels like parody and we have. This is a shortened season. A few surprises in the mix and a bunch of really close races. They're just not as much time to fall behind in a 60 game season. Today. The central as just one example. If all four of those teams Khun somewhat tread water relative to each other, and you have a three or four team down the race what feels like a three or four team race be great of baseball could inject what feels like A little bit of opportunity and believe for a whole bunch.

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