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Self-Care: Giving the World the Best of You, Not the Rest of You
"Always like to start at the beginning which is to define what actually is self -care and I'm actually just back from a weekend away where I went over to Edinburgh and I think the analogy that they always do in every airplane safety demonstration is really apt when you come to self -care which is oxygen mask analogy. So when they're giving a safety demonstration they always talk about how if it was the case that cabin pressure was to fall that you should put on your oxygen mask first before you attempt to help people around you and it's a very good analogy I suppose for self -care that you want to be looking at like what you need to do to give you oxygen and then you look outwards to see who else can I support now that I've sort of made sure that I'm protected and I can continue and I think it's a really good analogy and it's like this kind of left of you and that's a really important distinction I've learned over the years as well you know when people say a glass is half full or a glass is half empty and often what we do with self -care is you know like maybe we get a facial or we get our nails done and like we're topping up this glass or jug of water right but like if you keep pouring out of the jug without replenishing then all you're really doing yes you might fill it up but all of a sudden a week or two later is back to like dangerously low levels again so often what you actually want to try do is have that jug overflowing right so you're always full but the excess runs off and that's what fills other people's cups and really what that's talking about is sort of making sure that like you yourself feeling are good you're full of energy you're full of the joys of life maybe you're full of gratitude and then you give your excess to other people so it's not like you fill up and then you give that away and you're constantly in this fill it back up phase which sort of has a lot of effort attached to it it's rather like can you get yourself to a good place where you actually nearly have like so much that it's overflowing and you can easily give that excess away because it's not it's not detrimental to you because you have enough to continue to fuel yourself as well i really like that analogy like just as much as the oxygen mask one and i think what that reminds me it's self -care is not like one and done right it's like something that you always are sort of making sure that you have time for yourself to do that because you don't want to be trying to fill other people's gases from an empty jug nor do i want to feel that i'm having to take away from myself to give to other people because that can put you on a path towards resentment as well so what actually is self -care about like bubble baths and facials and you know lighting a candle and i enjoy doing all of those things so there's nothing wrong with those things as well but they're very surface level self -care and there is kind of two layers of self -care one is the surface piece but one is much deeper as well and it gets related into understanding your needs and values and living a life aligned to them it's your time it's your boundaries it's maybe having an understanding of your priorities so it's also when we think about self -care is making sure that we were maybe hitting on items that are from both of those lists so the surface level is the sort of relax rejuvenation the rest pieces could be a nap in the afternoon or it could be like i said going to the spa it could be shopping if that's what you enjoy it could be getting a nice cup of coffee out and just being able to you know sit in the sunshine and drink it or sit by yourself and drink it and have nobody disturb you probably harder self -care pieces are the the deeper ones right so it's the boundaries so saying no to people saying no to maybe even spending time with people who drain your energy like that's self -care in itself or if that's not possible it's maybe distancing yourself a little bit from those people i think that's particularly apt coming up to christmas because we do find ourselves in situations where we're spending time with people that perhaps we don't at other times of the year and it can be a very difficult and draining time of year for people it can be things like hobbies i chatted to shaz about this back in season one it's sort of something that we've lost a little bit as our world has got like so convenient and so automated and we're so busy doing all of these other things but like having time to do something that you're passionate about or you're interested in or that engages your creativity and your curiosity is actually really really important because it's carving out time for yourself and often these hobbies can be incredibly self -soothing because you don't think about other things that are going on in your life you're just thinking about not dropping a stitch or you last week and she was talking about how when she hunt horse riding she was literally you know you have to have full concentration because you didn't want to fall off the horse and hurt yourself so hobbies can actually be a really important part of our self -care routines as well
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Aunt Retells the Tragic Story of J6 Defendant Matthew Perna
"Rest of your holiday weekend and please enjoy the show. Well if you listen to my show before I don't know if you just tuned in or when you tuned in but I was telling a story about these new January 6 videos which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story I said a lot of stuff happened on that day we've talked about it candidly fairly on this show for a very long time what bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day not us it was them doing because they don't want you to see the entire story they want you to see what just died and one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna and here to discuss that is a good friend and a real warrior his aunt Jerry thanks a lot for taking the time we really appreciate you coming on today thank you for having me on well we met through police tapes this movie we did and I remember seeing you on the Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie and I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew and my wife I looked over and she couldn't take it neither could I it was such a horrible story if you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew let's and yeah just just tell them what happened your your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to but everyone needs to hear it well Matt went to the Capitol on January 6th he thought going he to was be part of a celebration that day the crowd was big and he got you know into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results it wasn't exactly what what he had planned and as the crowd moved forward they went to the Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people people and he did go in he went inside a door that had been previously opened he walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out he went back to his hotel he made a live Facebook video talking about the day the video is still visible on our website he was very calm and cool just talking about the day and he he made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today and he said but don't worry don't worry this isn't over yet and that was basically the way he said it and about a week or so later I'm sitting on my couch in Florida maps up in Pennsylvania and I saw a post Facebook that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6 so I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos and lo and behold there's Matt's picture and I was speechless I didn't know what to do so I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning his picture is on the FBI website so six o 'clock in the morning warning my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already knew that his picture was there and he and he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do he told him to call the local office saw the FBI in Newcastle Pennsylvania so at nine o 'clock in the morning that's exactly what Matt did and Matt seriously thought this was all a huge misunderstanding he just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody he didn't break anything and he thought this would be resolved and so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses and they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like yeah I was just a misunderstanding and they left and Matt called me and I said you know I don't like the sound of this I said I'm coming home so I a got on plane and I flew home that week and I said we need to get you a lawyer and we did we got him a lo lawyer and and behold the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there and they took him in and they processed him and they may let him go he was not placed in custody he was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the was charged with four misdemeanors the regular ones the rating disorderly and conduct and we met with his attorney his attorney said oh this is nothing this is just a slap on the wrist you've never been arrested for anything before don't worry about it I've got this well then they slapped 220 of the J sixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding and that's when it got serious but his attorney was still saying don't worry this is this is nothing so somebody sent me video that they had of matt outside of the capitol at 2 55 in the afternoon and I says well that's almost 45 minutes after congress adjourned you hadn't even gone inside yet he said no so I thought well there's your evidence right there it's right there on video you didn't go inside you didn't obstruct anything so I sent it to his attorney and his attorney said it nope doesn't matter they said he was there so it was an obstruction and and that video isn't going to help so this was a start of a nightmare a nightmare watching matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper facebook social media everybody was brutal they were showing the video from january six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection and matt's community turned against him his business which he ran through social media was taken away from him all of the accounts were he disabled and didn't want to leave his house anymore and he would have meetings with his attorney that were you would have to go into the attorney's office and they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole covid mess and they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute every and postpone them and it would just wear on him because he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say and they would say up it's been canceled and this went on for quite some time and um that was deteriorating something awful he no longer ran he was a runner he gave away his television because he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on his dad was who is my oldest brother has parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful and matt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad and as the year was coming to a close it was almost christmas matt had lost a ton of wait he was vomiting blood at this point and he told his attorney just i just need this to be over what's the best way for this to be over his attorney said plead guilty you're looking at six to twelve months in a federal prison camp minimum security and matt says okay what then i'll that's do and matt was going to he told me i'll turn it into a positive he said i'll teach my fellow inmates help them get their geds i'll work on another degree for myself at the time matt was very intelligent and very giving so that was settled and the hearing was scheduled for march the third and a week before the hearing matt called his attorney and he said i just have a bad feeling it's just a counseling came over me so that's the day my mother died march the third his attorney says well matt i have bad case they've postponed your your hearing again to april fool's day and the prosecution is looking to add a sentencing enhancement of terrorism and this could have taken matt's sentence to nine years in jail matt called me on the phone sobbing that day uncontrollably sobbing sobbing i could not hardly understand him he kept telling me he he loved me kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends because i lost every friend i almost almost everyone i ever had over this and i told him don't worry we're going to get through this together don't worry god's not going to let you go to jail i promise you this and he told me he loved me i told him i loved
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Shocking Video Reveals Hidden Truth of January 6th Incident
"Dan Bongino. Well, if you listen to my show before, I don't know if you just tuned in when you tuned in. But I was telling a story about these these new January six videos, which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story. I said a lot of stuff happened on that day. We've talked about it fairly candidly on this show for a very long time. What bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day. Not us. It was them doing that. It's because they don't want you to see the entire story. They want you to see what just happened on one side. And one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna. And here to discuss that is a good friend and real warrior, his aunt, Jerry Perna. Jerry, thanks a lot for taking the time. We really appreciate you coming different on story. Well, thank you for having me on. Well, we met through Xtapes, this movie we did. And I remember seeing you on the, Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie. And I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew my and wife. I looked over and she couldn't take it. Neither could I. It was such a horrible story. If you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew and just tell them what happened, your, your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to, but everyone needs to hear. Well, Matt went the to Capitol on January 6th. He thought he was going to be part of a celebration that day. The crowd was was big and he got into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results. It wasn't exactly what he had planned. And as the crowd moved forward, they the went to Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people and he did go in. He went inside a had door been that previously had opened. He walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out. He went back to his hotel. He made a live Facebook video talking about the day. The video is still visible on our website. He was very calm and cool just talking about the day. He made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today. And he said, but don't worry. Don't worry. This isn't over yet. And basically the way he said it. And about a week or so later, I'm sitting on my couch in Florida. That's up in Pennsylvania. And I saw Facebook posts that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6th. So I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos. lo And and behold, there's Matt's picture. And I was speechless. I didn't know what to do. So I called I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said, you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning. His picture is on the FBI website. So six o 'clock in the morning, my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already that knew his picture was there. And he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do. And he told him to call the local office of the FBI in Newcastle, Pennsylvania. So at nine o 'clock in the morning. That's exactly what Matt did. And Matt seriously thought this was all a huge understanding. He just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody. He didn't break anything. And he thought this would be resolved. And so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses. And they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like, yeah, it was just a misunderstanding. And they left and Matt called me and I said, you know, I don't like sound the of this. I said, I'm coming home. So I got on a plane and I flew home that week. I said, we need to get you a lawyer. And we did. We got him a lawyer and lo and behold, the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there. And they took him in and they processed him and then they let him go. He was not placed in custody. He was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the area. And, um, and he was charged with form for misdemeanors, the regular ones, the parading and disorderly conduct. And, um, we met with his attorney. His attorney said, Oh, this is nothing. This is just a slap on the list. You've never been arrested for anything before. Don't worry about it. I've got this. Well, then they slapped 220 of the J fixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding. And that's when it got serious. But attorney his was still saying, don't worry. This is, this is nothing. So somebody sent me video that they had of Matt outside of the Capitol at two 55 in the afternoon. says, And I well, that's almost 45 minutes after Congress adjourned. You hadn't even gone inside yet. And so I thought, well, there's your evidence right there. It's right there on video. You didn't go inside. You didn't obstruct anything. So I sent it to his attorney and attorney said, Nope, it doesn't matter. They said he was there. So it was an obstruction and that video isn't going to help. So this was a start of nightmare. a A nightmare watching Matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper, Facebook, social media, everybody was brutal. They were showing the video from January six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection. And that's community turned against him. Um, his business, which he ran through social media, um, was taken away from him. All of his accounts were disabled and it was house anymore. And he would have meetings with his attorney that were, he would have to go into the attorney's office and they they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole COVID mess. And they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute, every single time and postpone them. And it would just wear in him. Cause he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say. And they would say, Oh, it's been canceled. And this went on for quite some time. And, um, Matt was deteriorating something awful. He no longer ran. He was a runner. Um, he gave away his television cause he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on it. His dad was who is my oldest brother has Parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful. And Matt felt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad. And as the year was coming to a close, it was almost Christmas. Matt had lost a ton of weight. He was vomiting at this point. And he told his attorney, I just need this to be over. What's the best way for this to be over his attorney said, plead guilty. You're looking at six to 12 months in a federal prison minimum security. And mass is okay. Then that's what I'll do. And Matt was going to, he told me, I'll turn it into a positive. He said, I'll teach my fellow inmates, help them get their GEDs. I'll work on another degree for self at the time that was very intelligent and very giving. So that was settled. And the hearing was scheduled for March the third. And a week before the hearing, Matt called his attorney and he said, I just have a bad feeling. It's just a bad feeling came over me. So that's the day my mother died March the third. And his attorney says, well, Matt, I have bad news. They've postponed your, your hearing again to April fool's day. And the prosecution is looking to add a of sentencing enhancement terrorism. And this could have taken Matt's sentence to nine years in jail. Matt called me on the phone sobbing that day, uncontrollably sobbing, sobbing. I couldn't hardly understand him. He kept telling me he loved me. He kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends. Cause I lost every friend. I almost, almost everyone I ever had over this. And I told him, don't worry. We're going to get through this together. Don't worry. God's not going to let you go to jail. I promise you this. And he told me he loved me. I told him I loved him. And that And I, I can't tell you the devastation that our family has felt. We're a big Italian family. We're very close. We never had any of our nephews or nieces ever in trouble before. And, um, now that some of this video evidence came out this past week, and it seemed I didn't even know it was on Twitter. Somebody messaged me and said, this looks like your nephew. And there's Matt walking calmly through the Capitol past six Capitol police officers just standing there
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First Responder Wife Daniela Shares Her Family's Harrowing Hostage Nightmare
"We have Daniella T from Ontario, Canada with us today. Daniella is a first responder wife and mom to two girls, as well as a full -time staffing coordinator at her local hospital. Daniella's life changed forever when her husband was taken hostage during a shift when he was working as a correctional officer. Four of the longest hours ensued not knowing what the future would bring. Thankfully, through the hard work of the negotiating team, he was released with minimal physical injuries, but it would be the invisible injuries that would have the most profound effect and that would end up testing them as individuals and as a couple. While her husband recognized he would need immediate help facing the challenges that would come with PTSD, Daniella pushed the need to reach out for support for herself in dealing with the trauma and focused 100 % of her attention and care to him and their two children. As time progressed, Daniella recognized that she too finally needed to truly process the ordeal and the injuries she had been enduring as a result. So she started a blog called The Often Unseen and that was a major step in her healing journey. Welcome, Daniella. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks. I'm fangirling a little bit here because I've been following you guys for over a year now. And when I saw you guys kind of put a call out to, you know, people who might want to be a guest, I was like, Oh my God, pick me. Thank you for having the courage to come and talk about your healing journey with us today. So based on your own comfort level, walk us through the incident. Yeah. So it was September 14th, 2018, and it was a Friday afternoon. I'll never forget that date, but it was just a regular day. And if you ever hear my husband tell the story, he always starts with, I wasn't even supposed to work that day. It was an overtime shift that he had picked up, but it was a regular day. I was out running errands and I had gotten a message from the superintendent of the jail. Our town is a very small town and everybody knows everybody. And I knew this gentleman through other community things that we had been involved in. And he sent me a Facebook message saying, Hey, it's Steve, call me when you get this. And I thought that's weird, but whatever. So I called him when I got home and he started it by saying, where are you? And I thought that was weird. And I said, Oh, I'm at home. And well, where's home? You guys moved, right? And we had been in the process of, we had sold our house and we were living with my in -laws while we went through the process of buying a new house. So I said, yeah, we're here at the address. I said, what's going on? And so now I'm kind of thinking, you know, like I should preface this because I'm guessing probably a lot of your listeners are American, but up here, the jail that my husband worked at, it was sort of like a minimum security. And so really the only weapons that they carry to protect themselves were pepper spray. So I'm thinking, Oh, he had to use this pepper spray. He got some in the eye or, or something along those lines. And then he just said, I'm sending someone over to the house. And then that was when I sort of started to panic. And then he said, there's been an incident and they have John. And I just, I had like an out of body experience. I fell to the floor. I couldn't breathe. And I could see myself like sitting on the floor, trying to process this bomb that had been dropped. And it was probably one o 'clock in the afternoon. So my kids were at school and daycare. And so I thought, I didn't know what to do. So I called my mother -in -law who I was living with. And I said, where are you? In my calmest voice that I tried to, you know, where are you? And she said, I'm downtown. And I said, I need you to come home now. And again, we live in a small town. It takes less than 10 minutes to pretty much get it anywhere. And she said, okay, is everything all right? I said, I need you to come home now. And so as she pulled up the chaplain from the jail, as well as the police officer were pulling up. And so she kind of was like, do you have the right house? And so they were like, yes. So she came in and I had to tell her, I couldn't even really talk. I sent a text to my mom and my dad and my sister who all lived here. And I said, I can't talk. This is what has happened. I know nothing. And so my dad was retired. He came over, my mom left work. She came over and we all just sat around the table for like, you know, it was probably a total of three hours, but again, a small town. I started to get text messages from people saying, I heard this is going on at the jail. I hope John's not working today. And so the first person, a good friend of mine who texted me that I said, oh, where did you hear that? And he said, well, people are talking about it in the staff room at work. And so it was at that point that I said to my mother -in -law, we have to call my two sister -in -laws who also live in town. I said, they're teachers. I said, we have to call them. They can't find out that this is going on, you know, at school through word of mouth. So my mother -in -law called them. They came over and we all sat around the table. And then I finally got a call from the superintendent saying that John had been released and that he was taking him to the hospital to get checked out. So we went there, we waited, we met the ambulance. I've never known a relief like that in my life. And we were there for a couple of hours as they ran some tests and x -rays, but you know, he was lucky that there was just some bruising and, you know, a black eye. He was pretty sore just from, you know, they had him handcuffed and things like that. So, but no broken bones, you know, no open wounds, anything like that. So that we were probably back home by, I'm going to say 8 30. So all in all, it was about a seven and a half hour ordeal. And then, and then, and then life kept going on. Yikes. That's a lot. Yeah. It's, you know, if you're, you know, if you're a corrections spouse or in that corrections world, you know, that's sort of your worst case scenario, your worst fear of, you know, a riot or something like that happening, you know?
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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 11/14/23
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. 738 on this Tuesday, the 14th day of November. Lots of Texas political news. But I did get a chance to spend a moment there in the opening half hour saying that I grow weary of the moral fog. In fact, on Twitter just a couple of moments ago, in these fractured times, I'm glad to give a Democrat some credit. Democrat Senator Chris Coons, who is right on Israel, was confronted by this stooge pro -Hamas activist on a train who badgered him. Why not a ceasefire? Why not a ceasefire? Sometimes moral clarity is something that needs to be delivered in a certain fashion. I'd like to think I have it intellectually and conceptually. My buddy Mike Gallagher joins us, who had an experience yesterday that will bring that kind of clarity in the harshest but necessary terms. I just can't wait to see how this day went. It had to be amazing and I'm just so glad you're here and the floor is yours. And tell everybody what you got a chance to do yesterday. Well, it was something that no one would want to see. It was pretty brutal. It was worse than I thought it was going to be. Israel put together a 45 -minute sort of a collection of video and audio and still photographs. They were videos from the terrorists' GoPros and their cell phones. There were closed -circuit videos and there were audio intercepts. They got audio recordings of the terrorists calling their families. The IDF was able to tap into some of these calls where they were calling their parents excitedly, saying, I just killed 10 Jews with my bare hands, Mom. Your son is a hero. Your son is a hero, Aloha Akbar. And they're all joyful and ecstatic. A couple of takeaways. When you watch the brutality of the violence that they inflicted on these innocent men, women, children, elderly people, there are a couple of things that really stand out. Number one, the ecstasy and the joy that the Hamas terrorists experienced as they were killing people, including little babies in little onesies and little daisy outfits and cute little kids covered in blood, slaughtered brutally. And they were absolutely euphoric, Mark. That's the only word to use. It was ecstatic for them. They had such a joy. And I kept telling myself, there's no way they think that Jews are human. There's no way that they regard them as human beings. You couldn't do that to another human being and have that kind of satisfaction. I mean, let's face it. When you think about crime in America or crimes of passion or murders or robberies or whatever, what have you, normal people don't have euphoria when they cut somebody's head off. They don't get joyful and they don't call their moms and brag about it and say, look what I did. Look what I did. So number one, that's one of the big takeaways. And the other thing I kept thinking about, and it was a somber mood. It was at the Israeli embassy. There were a number of some media people there, some pastors. It was a gathering from the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews who we worked with closely right after the terror attack of October the 7th. About 60 people in the room, maybe 70. It was very somber. It was very well done. But as you can imagine, there were tears. There was crying. There was weeping. One pastor in front of me, in fact, he happens to be a pastor from Sarasota, not far from where I'm at right now. When it was over, he kind of flung himself down onto the ground and laid across the stage and was laying on his belly just heaving, just crying and sobbing. I mean, you're looking right at the face of the devil. You're looking at evil with this. And I kept thinking, Mark, how I wish the people marching at Columbia and Harvard and in Austin, how I wish they could see this video. From the river to the sea, you proud now? You proud now? I mean, you know, the one pastor, I spent some time, I pulled double duty after the show and then I did the screening at this embassy. And then I was asked to do an afternoon show for WAVA, which is a huge Christian teaching and talk station. Over in Arlington, yeah. Yep, the Arlington. And so Don Crow has been out on a medical leave and they asked me to fill in for him. And I had with me Bishop Lanier, who is the chairman of the board of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, as a very profound speaker, very eloquent, very, you know, just a great orator and a great man of the cloth. And he said, look, I don't think we're going to change their minds. We need to change our minds. We need to change what we say from the pulpit. We've got to stop the equivocation. Well, it's two sides here. People are dying on both sides. That is both -sides -ism of the worst possible stripe. It really is, Mark. And I just want to reiterate that because I don't know that Israel, listen, if Israel was guilty of any of the stuff that I saw yesterday, that I experienced, and again, I'm not trying to be melodramatic. It's one of the most painful things I've ever, ever encountered. I mean, and I'll spare you gory details. You can imagine how bad it was. I mean, you already have seen some of it, you know, lining up on the streets and just shooting into cars of innocent passengers trying to drive down the street. But there was one scene in particular that got to me the most. I do want to share it with you. There was a father alone with his sons. The mother was gone, and it was in the kibbutz. They did a horrible massacre in this kibbutz, which is like a Jewish religious holy neighborhood, you know. But they're beautiful little homes. I mean, oh, their homes were so cute and decorated and, you know, plants on the porches and everything. And they were meticulously taken care of. So here's this father in the house, and it's all captured on the family's closed -circuit video. So they had like a ring system all throughout the house and outside, and it was all captured. So the father is with these two boys. I would guess the one little boy was about seven or eight. The other one was probably 11 or 12. And the little boys were in their underwear. And the shots ring out, and the father, they're all terrified, and the father desperately tries to protect his children. He scoops them both up, and they run into the backyard, and they go into a little shed that's in the backyard. It looked like a little gardening shed. And you see a Hamas terrorist come around the corner and casually pull the pit off of a grenade and throw the grenade in the shed. And it blows up, and the father immediately slumps out of the shed dead. You could tell he's instantly dead. But the two little boys are alive, and they come running out in their underwear. The one boy, you can see it looks like his eye is missing. He is terrified. The two little boys are crying, Daddy, Daddy, Mommy, Mommy. They go into the kitchen. Now the closed -circuit video picks them up in the kitchen where they're talking to each other. And they said to each other, and it's all translated, of course, and they said, Is this real? Is this real? I think we're going to die. Daddy died. Daddy died. Where's Mommy? Where's Mommy? And then the one little boy turns to his brother, his little brother, and says, Can you see out of that eye? He says, No, I can't. And he looks at him, and you can see that it looks like his whole side of his face was injured from the grenade. And he says, You can't? You can't? You can't see? He goes, No, I can't see anything out of my eye. And the little boys are crying, and they're calling for their Mommy. And then the closed -circuit shifts back to the backyard where a kibbutz security guard, actually two security guards, have escorted the mother to the property. She had been away. So they take her to the back of the shed where her dead husband is laying. She is now in anguish and screaming and collapsing and screaming, Where are my boys? Where are my boys? At the same time, the two boys, they run out of the house in the front, trying to escape. And Lord knows what fate they met. I don't have a whole lot of high hope that they made it. And I'd like to look into that. I'm going to follow up with my friends at the fellowship to see if those boys were reunited with their mother. But that's the human suffering that I wish people who seem to dehumanize Jews would see. It was eye -opening. I'm glad I did it. I'm honored that I did it. I'm glad you did, too. I'm so glad. But it was awful. And I wouldn't want anybody to see it. For people who – and sometimes you can hear people in your headphones and hear people driving around. And I want to give a voice to people saying we could show a horrible video of a Palestinian child to whom something terrible has happened, and that is undeniably true.
Monitor Show 15:00 11-14-2023 15:00
"I don't like you, because you can prescribe yourself. Oh, wait a minute. They're going to get up again. Hold the mic. You have time. This is what the American people are seeing today instead of an effort to fund the government, which apparently also will happen before this day is over. Yeah, about an hour and a half, Joe. 420. Is there another one? There was a third one, right? That's the vote. Yeah. We'll talk about it on Balance of Power later. Meet Kayleigh and I, Balance of Power, Bloomberg TV, five o 'clock, because Bloomberg Business Week starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Business Week, insight from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine, plus global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg Business Week with Karol Masur and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. And a very good afternoon, everybody, live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio on YouTube and Bloomberg Originals, Karol Masur, Tim Stenebeck, Tuesday, November 14th. Everything is totally awesome. Yeah. I mean, as long as CPI comes in just a tenth of a percentage point below what analysts had expected, Karol. But everybody was expecting another maybe, you know. Then it's all good. I know. It's all good. Hey, listen, check it out. I mean, S &P 500 rally on track for its tenth day to close above its 200 -day moving average markets and a Fed that could be possibly, maybe, let's ask, Alice in Wonderland could be done. I don't know. But it's top of mind this Tuesday. We're going to get into the trade in just a moment. One thing, though, Tim, worrying global investors or has certainly been on the minds of U .S. investors, maybe everybody, is U .S. bonds and the U .S. fiscal house specifically. So on that, we are expecting a U .S. house vote on a temporary funding plan later today. Folks, we're not done yet.
A highlight from XRP PUMPS AND DUMP ON BLACKROCK XRP TRUST FAKE NEWS!!
"Welcome to the Thinking Crypto podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify or Apple, please leave a five star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, XRP pumped and dumped this afternoon on news of BlackRock filing for an XRP spot trust. And this filing was actually on the government website in Delaware. So that's where people were going a bit crazy, like, wait, it's legit, right? It's not just a rumor. It's not somebody just tweeted, but rather the filing was actually on the site, but it was a fake filing. scammers, So these these people are getting more sophisticated and more bold. You know, the fact that you're taking BlackRock's name and going and filing a fake application. I mean, come on. Right. We don't know who did it, but, you know, maybe they're playing the market where they're doing some quick longs and then shorting it. Right. Because right away, the market dumped after the news came out that it was a fake filing. So TLDR the here, though, is that you can see the market is clamoring for a spot ETF, whether it be Bitcoin, Ethereum or XRP. This is where scumbag regulator Gary Gensler and the SEC need to act. Approve the goddamn ETF already, right? You got commissioners like Hester Peirce and Mark Ueda who are coming out saying the ETF's spot ETF should have been approved years ago. So right now we're just being delayed by the scumbag regulator, Gary Gensler. So here, Eric Balcones of Bloomberg said this is false, confirmed by BlackRock by me. So he contacted the folks at BlackRock. He said some wacko must have added using BlackRock executive name, et cetera. Come on, man. So, you know, it's it's so silly. And like I said, they're getting bolder. The fact that they're filing and putting this stuff on the website now because of the XRP fake filing that brought into question the Ethereum trust filing, which took place recently, I think a couple of weeks ago or one or two weeks ago. A lot of people are now asking if the Ethereum trust filing was real after seeing the XRP trust was fake. He said, yes, the iShares Ethereum trust is real and was confirmed via 19B -4 filing on Thursday. Only the XRP trust filing was fake. So I think the TLDR here, though, is once again, the market is clamoring for an ETF. Everybody's winning in anticipation. And these ETFs will have a price moving ability. You know, you're going to see the markets pump off of this and we're going to see Bitcoin spot ETF approved eventually all coin ETFs, right? Individual as well as baskets. So Ethereum, XRP, Cardano and the others. Right. It's just a matter of time. It's all going to happen, folks. I think we see the writing on the wall, the direction we're heading in. So I'm very bullish overall. It doesn't matter that this was a fake filing, because I know eventually these products will be built, especially the fact that XRP has the legal clarity in the United States. I mean, you know, obviously the SEC took a big loss, so very bullish overall, despite the fake news. Here's what attorney Fred Rispoli had to say regarding the fake filing. He said, one, it is indeed on the Delaware Corp permission website. I searched this all the time to look up the right entity to sue in my legal cases. He said, number two, could someone file a fake entity? I'm only familiar in filing these in California and Arizona. And yes, I could easily file a fake entity on a real corporation commission website in those states. Maybe it's hard to do in Delaware. So I didn't realize you can fake applications through a government website like so. It's interesting, but at least we know now, right? You live and you learn. And we got to be careful because these scammers are trying to, you know, manipulate the markets. If you recall, there was fake news around the Bitcoin spot ETF for BlackRock being approved. And that, you know, Larry Fink had to go on TV and say, no, that was fake, you know, but you can see the market is really ready for this. So speaking of Bitcoin spot ETF, though, Michael Sonnenshine, who's the CEO of Grayscale, tweeted out this morning, it's been a 10 year dress rehearsal. We're ready for the main event. Is he hinting to something happening soon? Because we got news here from Nate Guaracci, who is the president at ETF store. And you know, he lives, breathes and eats ETF. So these guys know everything about it. He said a spot Bitcoin ETF approval could come this week. And he shared an article here with him and James Safer. So it's possible something may happen this week, you know, no guarantees, of course. But for example, James Safer has been saying he's anticipating January 2024 that that's when this is going to happen. And by the way, I'm interviewing James tomorrow. So we're going to talk about all this news.
Monitor Show 16:00 11-13-2023 16:00
"Investment Advisors, switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Dean, we're talking what, 3 .3 % year over year here, 0 .3 % on a month -to -month basis here, and that's relatively in line with where we've been now for the last couple of months. I'm not sure if those numbers get hit right on the nose, I'm not sure it really changes the narrative at all. All right, we're getting the closing bells here in New York on this Monday afternoon here, and once again, a low volume day leading to what is two relatively unchanged markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the green on the day, but only by about a tenth of a percent, higher by roughly 49 points and change as we wait for these numbers to settle. The S &P 500 lower by about 3 to 4 points, or about a tenth of a percent, while the NASDAQ composite is going to finish the day lower by roughly 30 points, or about two tenths of a percent. And the Russell 2000 really emblematic here of just how tepid the price action was, unchanged on the day at 17 ,000 and change. All right, so tepid on the price action, you look at the S &P a little changed here lower. If you dig a little bit deeper though, a little bit of a negative tone in terms of the individual names, 307 to the downside, losing some ground in the Monday trade. Katie, 194 to the downside, so a little bit of a, like I said, a negative slant to unchanged in today's trade. Yeah, and you take a look at some of the industry groups, there's a lot of green, a lot of red, so it all washes out to about neutral, but you take a look at what did well today, and it's the autos group, but we know a lot of that is coming from Tesla, but nonetheless, that group higher by about 3 .6 percent. Healthcare equipment and services also having a good day, so too is energy. So those are your bright spots. You take a look at the bottom of the list, what isn't doing too well today from an industry group perspective. You have retail, real estate, you have tech hardware, and you have utilities leading losses.
Monitor Show 15:00 11-13-2023 15:00
"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. When we come back here, I'm Joe Matthew in Washington along with Kaley Lyons. We'll meet you a little bit later on Balance of Power on Bloomberg TV at five o 'clock Washington time. Because Bloomberg Business Week starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Business Week. Insight from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine. Plus global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg Business Week with Caro Masser and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. And a very good afternoon everybody. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio. Streaming on YouTube and of course streaming on Bloomberg Originals. You are listening and watching Bloomberg Business Week. Caro Masser along with Tim Stenebeck. She's back. Delighted chores over the last four days. A little bit of spring fall, winter cleaning. Okay, so not as exciting as, you know, going on some international adventure for two days. No, I did not do that. And everyone's like, I thought you were on vacation. I'm like, no. Hey, Headline Just Crossing. I want to bring it to you. Starbucks Union says November 16th strike to hit hundreds of stores. So they are planning a work stoppage for November 16th. So we talk about this the year of many things, but it does feel very much like the year of unionized workers. And kind of some strength once again to the U .S. labor organizations here. Yeah, just in the last few minutes when this news broke, Starbucks shares taking a leg lower. Down about eight tenths of one percent, Carole. Thank God something's moving because Tim walked in. He's like, man, this.
A highlight from Kevin McCullough
"United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Earn great pay with outstanding federal benefits and up to $20 ,000 in recruitment incentives. Learn more online at CBP .gov slash careers slash USBP. Folks, welcome to the Eric Mataxas Show sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit legacypminvestments .com. That's legacypminvestments .com. Welcome to the Eric Mataxas Show. I shouldn't tell you this, but Eric hired someone who sounds just like him to host today's show. But since I'm the announcer, they told me, so I'm telling you, don't be fooled. The real Eric's in jail. Hey there, folks, welcome to the program. Chris Himes, welcome to the program. Hello, welcome to you from another place in the country. I'm in Washington, D .C., which is technically the capital, the nation's capital. It's I'm here for an event tonight. It's Intercessors for America, Intercessors for America. If you don't know what the word intercessors means. That's a problem. That's going to be a problem going forward. An intercessor, I better explain it because I don't want people to have a problem. An intercessor is somebody who intercedes in prayer. These are people called to prayer. So there are 500 plus people. It's the 50th anniversary of Intercessors for America. I'm speaking at the gala dinner this evening and I feel so honored. I feel out of my depth, frankly. So that's where the good news is. I turn to God and I ask him to help me and to speak through me because these are prayer warriors. These are heroes. Dutch Sheets is speaking this afternoon. Michelle Bachman spoke this morning. Intercessors America. for It's just a joy to be with a group like this. And by the way, next week, I'm going to be in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Folks, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. If you can get there or you know anybody who can get there, I think this is going to be a great event in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I just love meeting people. My favorite part is after I speak, we get, you know, the book signing line and whatever. Even if you don't buy a book or you just want to get a picture or say hello, that's just fun for me to meet people. So Lancaster, Pennsylvania, all this information is available at ericmataxis .com, ericmataxis .com. There are a lot of people listening to this program who are not signed up for the newsletter and you're missing valuable things. Folks, give away a lot of free stuff. What's the date on the Lancaster event again? According to my date book, it is November 16th, next Thursday night. Now, I will say this about Lancaster. It's easy for us to get to from the New York City area. My wife and I had some friends who a couple of friends actually moved to that area. It's a delightful place to visit. So there's a lot of stuff to do there. It doesn't, you know, you think it's just Amish people, but it's actually a really, really great town. Oh, no. Yeah, no, it's it's fantastic. And so anyway, that's next Thursday night. So I'll be there. But I just want to get the word out because sometimes I don't mention on the program, I'm going to be at this or this or this, but sometimes it's already sold out or whatever. But I thought here's an opportunity. So let me mention it. All right. I want to say that in our one today, we have our friend Kevin McCullough coming on the program. You know, Kevin McCullough, we call him, let's try Damas and and Chris Himes. I don't know if you've trademarked that, but you should, because it's brilliant votes to Damas will be on the program. And he it's kind of funny when you're friends with somebody, you know, you sort of tend to take them for granted. Kevin is really brilliant. I want to be real clear when it comes to political stuff. He's he's amazing. And it's always fun to talk to him in our two. We're talking to another absolutely.
A highlight from What Motivates Linda Garca to Build Wealth
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A highlight from Markets Surge as BlackRock Files ETH Spot ETF
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Friday, November 10th, and today we are talking about BlackRock's Ethereum ETF filing. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello friends, happy Friday. Before we dive in, I just have to give you a little bit of information about the show and the weekend. Unfortunately, this show is going to be a little bit shorter than normal and there will be no weekend episodes. Late last night, I started having to deal with an unexpected family situation that has wanted to round out the bullish end to this week and really capstone our shift away from the SAM -based world of last year and face forward into what's coming next. With that in mind, on Thursday morning, news broke that BlackRock had registered an entity called the iShares Ethereum Trust in Delaware. Although representatives for BlackRock refused to comment, the filing appeared legitimate. It named the Managing Director of BlackRock Advisors as the filing agent. There was initially some skepticism at first and people not sure if it was rumors, but suspicions were confirmed in the afternoon after markets closed when it was revealed that BlackRock had filed to launch a spot Ethereum ETF. Now this is not the first spot Ethereum ETF to be filed. A few months after the flurry of spot Bitcoin ETF filings in June, asset managers doubled down on crypto products with matching Ethereum filings. VanEck, ARK Invest slash 21 shares, Hashdex and Invesco slash Galaxy Digital all have applications awaiting approval. There's also a conversion application for Grayscale's Ethereum Trust filed with the SEC. The difference with BlackRock's application is, of course, that they are BlackRock. They are an order of magnitude at least larger than the other asset managers. And of course, what that means, at least according to the markets, is that these ETF applications are not merely speculative but actually stand a good chance of being approved. BlackRock's track record speaks for itself. The firm has filed over 570 ETF applications with the SEC and all but one of them have been approved. Now the rationale for the legality of a spot Ethereum ETF is the same across all of the current applications. Following the Grayscale court decision, it seems that the approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs is almost assured to happen. The court found that there was no material difference between spot Bitcoin markets and futures markets. As the SEC had already approved futures based Bitcoin ETFs, they had no reason to deny spot based products. Ethereum futures markets have grown massively over the past few years, achieving a similar size to Bitcoin futures in 2021 when those ETFs were approved. Partly due to this increase in market size, a large number of asset managers were able to launch futures based Ethereum ETFs last month. So then, using the same logic that was deployed in the Grayscale lawsuit, Ethereum spot markets are obviously tied to futures markets. This would dictate that spot based Ethereum ETFs should be approved to trade alongside their futures based counterparts. Nate Grassi, the president of the ETF store, put it more succinctly in a tweet. Grayscale Courtwin plus SEC approval of Ether futures ETFs should equal spot Ether ETF approval. Now BlackRock pointed to this argument specifically in their filing, stating that, quote, given that the SEC has approved ETFs that offer exposure to ETH futures, which themselves are priced based on the underlying spot ETH market, the sponsor believes that the SEC must also approve ETPs that offer exposure to spot ETH, end quote. Now, if the BlackRock application is approved, it will include a market surveillance agreement with Coinbase to monitor spot markets for manipulation. BlackRock also leaned on existing surveillance sharing agreements with the CME Ethereum futures market that are present in the other products. They wrote in their filing, Ether CME surveillance can detect spot market fraud that affects both futures ETFs and spot exchange traded products, or that surveillance cannot do so for either type of product. Having approved ETH futures ETFs in part on the basis of such surveillance, the SEC has can detect spot market fraud that would affect spot ETPs, and the sponsor thus believes that it must also approve spot ETH ETPs on that basis.
Monitor Show 07:00 11-10-2023 07:00
"Access a vast selection of global fixed income securities at Interactive Brokers Bond Marketplace. Search their deep availability of over 1 million bonds globally. IBKR has no markups or built -in spreads and low fully transparent commissions on bonds. IBKR displays the highest bids and lowest offers received from the electronic venues they access. In addition, clients can interact with each other by placing bids and offers online to execute their trades. Learn more at ibkr .com slash bonds. The equity market has become more expensive in absolute terms and more expensive relative to fixed income. Markets are a little bit more volatile right now than the underlying economy is. Ultimately, you will get to an earnings reset. We think that's part of next year's narrative. I think that you have to look for opportunities and things that have struggled as you go into 2024. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowitz. The longest winning streak in two years is over. Live from New York City this morning. Good morning, good morning. For our audience worldwide, this is Bloomberg Surveillance on TV and radio. Alongside Tom Kean and Lisa Abramowitz, I'm Jonathan Ferro. Your equity market on the S &P totally unchanged. Down and down hard yesterday. TK, pick your poison. Do you want to blame Powell or do you want to blame the soft auction yesterday afternoon? I'm going to blame Powell. That's where I'm going to go. But I think the auction was of value. And as I've said all morning, Bramo was right. I was wrong on the auction. But you know what, John? I'm going to blame Powell on the idea that he pulled back. But this morning, I got to fix, John, a 15 .32 and we were 21 a worried cup of coffee ago. So even with a one -day pullback, it's remarkable where we are. I'm going to blame the auction. I think, once again, spooking equity investors' developments in bond markets. Lisa, to see that yield move higher by more than 20 basis points following that auction speaks to how nervous people still are about fixed income. And the lack of certainty around benchmark yields and where they're going to end up. I also think it's interesting.
A highlight from ETF Excitement Drives Bitcoin Past $36,000
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Thursday, November 9th, and today we are talking about Bitcoin's breakout and all of the bullish sentiment shift. But, before we get into that, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello friends. Well, yesterday, as you know, we pivoted to bullishness, put the SPF trial behind us, and faced firmly forward, and boy, has today extended the excitement. So much so that I'm actually not even really covering the biggest bull thing from today, which is BlackRock registering an Ethereum spot ETF that happened just as I was finishing, so I am sure that that will be front and center tomorrow. For now, let's kick off today with a tweet from Steven Lubka, who's the Managing Director and Head of Private Clients and Family Offices at Swan. He tweets, I love how Bitcoin itself determines how busy my day is going to be. Today is going to be crazy. Thanks for almost cracking $37k overnight. So let's start this report with the ETF speculation. Grayscale has opened talks with the SEC in an attempt to finally move forward with the conversion of the Grayscale Bitcoin trust into an ETF. Grayscale sources said the company is now in active discussions with the SEC's division of trading and markets and the division of corporate finance. Both divisions play a key role in deciding ETF applications. Now, Grayscale, of course, won its lawsuit against the SEC in August, with the court ruling that the SEC must reconsider the firm's application to convert GBTC. If the SEC wanted to deny the application, it would need to come up with some new reasons after their existing rationale was found to be arbitrary and capricious. Craig Salm, Grayscale's chief legal officer, said, Right now, we're just laser focused on constructively re -engaging with trading and markets. There are still things that have to be worked through. He added that, Overall, it's been good engagement and it's a matter of when, not a matter of if anymore. Grayscale CEO Michael Sonenshine also confirmed that discussions with the SEC have commenced. He told Bloomberg that his team have been busy filing the required documents, which quote, When pressed for a timeline for approval, Sonenshine chuckled, noting that, Timelines are certainly not something that has been discussed, but what I can tell you is that the SEC is constructively engaging at the moment. We remain optimistic that we will get through any final hurdles that need to be there and our investors will finally get what they've been waiting for. Now, the market, for its part, clearly thinks the conversion is likely to be approved. The GBTC discount has now closed to 12 % from over 40 % back in June. It's the smallest discount since November of 2021. Now, widening to the rest of the pool of potential ETFs, Bloomberg analysts reported that the SEC has a brief eight -day window to approve all 12 spot Bitcoin ETFs at the same time, which begins today. ETFs are generally not approved while they are still open for public comment following an SEC decision. That comment period concluded today for seven of the ETFs, which were delayed as a group in late September. James Safart, one of the Bloomberg ETF analysts, followed up in a Twitter thread explaining that, If the agency wants to allow all 12 fliers to launch, as we believe, this is the first available window since Grayscale's court victory was affirmed. Now on November 17th, comment periods will reopen for three of the applications from GlobalX, Hashdex, and Franklin Templeton when they hit their next SEC deadline for approval or delay. That would leave the SEC able to approve only nine of the 12 applications until January. Safart, with some assistance from finance lawyer Scott Johnson, added some extra detail to the situation. They explained that there are two approvals required before the ETFs can begin trading. The SEC would need to approve the proposed rule changes, and then a separate division of the regulator would need to sign off on product disclosure forms known as an S -1. Johnson tweeted, If there's a hypothetical approval this week, there's probably minimum a month and probably a couple before any ETF actually launches. S -1's still under review and no real hard deadline for that process. Though I consider it more a formality at that stage. Would be a wild period. Safart agreed, stating that possible and even likely that there could be weeks or even months between approval and launch. This is in line with comments made by Valkyrie CIO Stephen McClurg last week, who said, A late November approval likely means a February launch. Now his view was that the SEC would likely wait until the new year to ask firms to put finishing touches on their S -1 filings before they were given the green light. Adding a little more intrigue to the process, SEC chair Gary Gensler released another one of his little videos. This one was an explanation of the Division of Corporation Finance, the group which has recently been giving feedback on ETF applicants on their S -1s. Gensler emphasized that the SEC is a quote merit neutral regulator. He explained that the basic bargain of US capital markets is that quote, investors get to decide what risk they take so long as public companies make complete and truthful disclosure. Now of course, the timing of this could be nothing, but some viewed it as a meaningful indication of what has been going on behind closed doors at the SEC. Senior Bloomberg ETF analyst Eric Balcones tweeted, Could be a coincidence, but probably not. They did preapproval educational stuff ahead of BITO approval as well. Also, I feel like this is his way of saying, look, we aren't endorsing these ETFs, we're just trying to disclose all the possible risks so you can decide. Hands washed. Investor Adam Cochrane reiterated the point, tweeting, Usually this kind of stuff is posted by the SEC as like a disclaimer before they approve things they don't like. For example, last time was four days before they approved the BITO futures ETF. We guess this puts Bitcoin ETF approvals at less than one week now. As one final little indication that things could be moving behind the scenes at the SEC, commissioners and staff attended a closed door meeting this afternoon. The agenda included quote, institution and settlement of administrative proceedings and resolution of litigation claims. These kinds of meetings are held as needed and we don't have any further detail to confirm the commissioners are voting on ETF approvals, but holding a meeting is a much stronger indicator than not holding a meeting. To sum up, analysts' current expectations is that the entire cohort of ETFs are likely to be approved at the same time so as not to pick winners and that this could all happen as soon as this week. After that approval, disclosure statements will need to be finalized before the ETFs can be launched, which seems likely to take weeks, if not months. Notably, Bloomberg analysts have not adjusted their odds for full approvals in January up from 90%. They're also leaving their odds at an approval for this year at 70%. There's currently no real expectation that ETFs will begin trading until early next year. All commentary has carried a very prominent disclaimer that approvals are far from guaranteed, but between all of these little indications, market sentiment is clearly pointing towards a Bitcoin ETF approval. Crypto trader AvocadoToast tweeted, ETF thesis is pretty simple, 90 % odds of approval by Jan 10th could happen any day really. Announcement, immediate FOMO to speculate, scramble to search for ETF tokens on DexTools screener and Twitter, find top choice ETF because first mover most liquid highest market cap most trustworthy one, mash buy button candle loads. We all know this is going to happen. Let's just skip the song and dance. Blockworks Jason Yanowitz said, this market still severely underestimates how insane it will be to have Bitcoin ETF approvals and Bitcoin having within 60 days of each other will be obvious in hindsight. Now all of this ETF speculation has of course been extremely positive for Bitcoin price action. The market tested the $36 ,000 level for the third time late on Wednesday evening and effortlessly broke through. Bitcoin settled at a new level of around $36 ,700 overnight. Now Matrixport said earlier on Wednesday that they expected the breakout above $36 ,000 to be imminent. Following on from that correct prediction, the firm said that they believed a sustained rally to follow. Their report stated, the Santa Claus rally could start at any moment with a steady increase in buyers during US trading hours and an ongoing attempt for Bitcoin to break out. We could see prices rallying into the end of the month and year. Matrixport included some macro commentary recognizing that this Bitcoin run has been supported by dovish federal reserve messaging, reducing long -term debt issuance from the treasury and a continued slowdown in inflation. They noted that above $36 ,000 there's a lot of fresh air considering how rapidly prices collapsed in early 2022. The report stated that quote, a break above $36 ,000 could propel Bitcoin toward our next technical resistance level at $40 ,000 potentially reaching $45 ,000 by the end of 2023. Now along these same lines, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange or CME, which hosts the highest volume market for Bitcoin futures in the US has continued to see a rush of trading. Open interest for Bitcoin futures has increased by 35 % over the past four weeks, moving above 100 ,000 Bitcoin for the first time. Indeed, the CME is snapping at the heels of Binance as the dominant market for Bitcoin futures trading. Binance currently has a little over 24 % of the market while the CME is closing in with 22 .7%. Now, according to K33 research, the two week price consolidation around 35 ,000 has primed bullish sentiment. Over the last two weeks, dips have been bought and Bitcoin has remained in a $2 ,000 range. That range, of course, is now broken to the upside, but the analysis still seems relevant. K33 observed that with Bitcoin range bound, altcoins have had a chance to run. We've seen numerous tokens achieve gains above 10 % in the past two weeks, which has brought the total crypto market cap back up to $1 .4 trillion for the first time since the Luna collapse. Bitcoin dominance softened slightly as a result of this altcoin run, but remained above 50%. Now, maybe most interestingly, volumes during US trading hours are dominating the market, vastly outstripping other regions. Premiums on front month options have exploded with calls settled at the end of November showing a 16 % annualized premium. ETF inflows continue to be strong, with the pro shares Bitcoin futures ETF BITO just receiving its third highest weekly inflow since November 2021. Now, despite the rush of activity in derivatives markets, Bitcoin's implied volatility remains below its three year average. This indicates that markets are priced for slow, grinding price action rather than sudden spikes.
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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 10/9/23
"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. I don't think he was on the beach till the break of dawn. He might have been in the spin room till the break of dawn. Will Smith. There are two reasons to play Will Smith. Number one, go into Miami. And the other is Nikki Haley almost gave us a Will Smith moment last night. Keep my daughter's name out your voice or words to that effect. Wow. Let me just hand you the talking stick. You were the guy who was there. How did it go for you? Your coverage was great. Before, after, just spot on and wonderful. Thank you, Mark. And it was quite an experience starting with a Chris Christie by the pool spotting earlier in the afternoon at the hotel. It is true. I can confirm he was not in a bathing suit because I think the only thing more challenging than Mike Gallagher in a bathing suit would be Governor Christie. Neither of that would go over very well with anybody in the vicinity. But he was there with his wife and his kids and his friends. And he was jovial. And I'm kind of glad he didn't go, you know, full, you know, hardcore, full -blown anti -Trump last night. But the whole thing was always fun to witness and experience up close and personal. In the spin room, as you know, I mean, that's where they bring the candidates in after the debate. And true to form, Ron DeSantis spoke to no one. He went right to NBC and that was it. Chris Christie didn't go in. But we had a chance to interview the guy that brought the heat, Vivek Ramaswamy. We sat down with him in the spin room and I'll replay that interview on the show today. And, you know, interesting takeaway. You either loved it or you hated it. And I'm intrigued by every individual's reaction to Vivek Ramaswamy going after the RNC, going after Ronna McDaniel, who I also interviewed in the spin room, going after Nikki Haley. I mean, I have a hunch I know how you land on this. Well, let's go case by case. Going after the media culture, awesome. Making the comment from the stage in an oblique way where still people know what you're talking about and says, you know, I don't know if liberal networks are going to do the best job of covering Republican debates. There's certainly a spotty history of that in the past. That's fine. But hey, hey, you, Kristen Welker, I'm asking you, you know, about Russia collusion. Dude, dude, no, just no. If, if I know that the base like, awesome. Yeah, me too. There's a part of me that did that as well. But to me, it's a time now where if you're on a debate stage, here's your job, make more people want you to be president. And first of all, the Tucker Carlson base wasn't watching last night. There are people banging on us right now for talking about it. You ought to be talking about the Trump rally and we will. So I think that was largely a misfire, even though the material was good. Okay. Strongly disagree with you and let me tell you why the room erupted in cheers. That wasn't Tucker Carlson's base in that auditorium last night. The crowd loved it. They ate it up. And Mark, I got to warn you, my friend, and I love you. I love you like a brother. When you're defending Kristen Welker or NBC, you might be on the wrong side of it. Did, did they, did you expect them to bury the candidates with January 6th nonsense, questions bombarded from the left? I kind of did. They did not do it. No, no, no. By and large, they kind of did okay. Don't get, don't get me wrong. We're saying two different things here. First of all, I thought the debate overall was terrific. I thought they did a very good job. It was substantive. They, Hugh Hewitt, our colleague did a terrific job. Of course, he got his shipbuilding question in there. You knew that was coming. Ten minutes of shipbuilding. I was a little bit surprised. He didn't ask if Alger Hiss was really a spy or not. But, but, but listen, and Hugh was magnificent. He, I was so proud of him. And of course he's our friend and colleague, and I got to catch up with him before and after the debate, but the vague wasn't going after last night's debate. The vague was going after them for what NBC did to Trump all through the Russia collusion hoax. The vague was calling the mainstream media out for being the mainstream media and Don got it. Mark, you ought to salute that. You ought to cheer for that. And I do, and I, and sure, sure. Yay. Absolutely. I got a thing for our candidates playing hard and playing smart. The vague came off as an ass in that moment, an ass we like, our ass, if you'll excuse me. But, but it's just, just, just, it's, it's smacked of desperation. Him going after, him going after Ronna McDaniel is more fair game because it's about, and him going, and okay, then the third, third of the case by case is going after Nikki on Ukraine forever war is great. That thing about the daughter on TikTok, how dumb can a smart guy get? But the floor is yours. Tell me what you're doing. Let's rewind because first of all, you buried the lead. You and Ronna McDaniel agree that he went, he was an ass because that's apparently what she said. There were reports that people in the crowd heard her call him an a -hole from, from the, from the audience and was livid at him. Again, Mark, I love you, buddy, but you got to look in the mirror. You're on, you're siding with Ronna McDaniel on this. Can I roll the tape back 15 seconds where I said him going after Ronna McDaniel is completely fair game. But your reaction to him is exactly the same as Ronna McDaniel's. So you might want to check yourself. Ronna's reaction to him was because he came after her. The thing that she's most upset about, I'm not upset with him at all. You're wrong. Ronna McDaniel's reaction was about the daughter thing, the TikTok thing. Okay. Oh, do you think it was a really, do you think it was a good idea? Are you ready to go all in and go, you go Vivek. Are you, did you love the moment where he invoked Nikki Haley's adult daughter? Yeah, she's 25 years old. She's fair game. Did you think that was a good debate moment? Of course I do. Of course I do. Of course it was a good moment. He's calling out another candidate for saying you talk the talk with TikTok. He's desperate and he knows he's not going to be president. He just desperately wants the clicks and desperate. And I like the guy. I really do like the guy. It doesn't sound like it. This is intriguing to me. But you know what? Because it was a time for grownups. It was a time for grownups. Nikki Haley was quite the grownup in many ways. And DeSantis was a grownup in many ways. Chris Christie surprisingly looked like a grownup in moments when he wasn't back on track. Was she a grownup when she called him scum? No. You think Nikki was a grownup when she said you were just scum? No. Come on. I mean, no. She's establishment. And I got, I'm sorry. I'm at a point now where I'll, let's get it all out on the table. I got no use for her. I got no use for, at this point, DeSantis. I mean, I'm at a point right now where I like the disruption and I love Trump. And I love the fact that Vivek, listen, all the things we supposedly love about Trump, you seem to not like about Vivek. You think only Trump can be the disruptor? It's, you know, it's weird. Trump has a disruptor skill set that Vivek thinks he has and he doesn't. And you mentioned Nikki, you've touched on a perfect thing. So there's Nikki who said at one point to Vivek, you're just scum, which I totally understood, but it still was jarring. It's like, ooh, ooh, ma 'am, you didn't need to do that. But, and I instantly heard back and say, yeah, but if Trump did it, it wouldn't have been a problem. Pretty true because that's Trump all the dang time. And it's kind of baked in. I think he's a smart guy. I think he's compelling. I think he's absolutely a disruptor. And by the way, he evoked the scum comment. He got to her, which is the point of a debate. He did exactly, he got under her skin and he rattled her. And that's why, and listen, I mean, again, and maybe I'm partial. He came right over to our booth afterwards. We spoke afterwards for a few minutes. Well, that could be part of it. That's why you're done with, DeSantis was awesome last night. You just hate that he didn't come talk to you. No, I say I'm done with him. I do hate that because he disrespects you and my audience. He disrespects people who listen to my show. I'm going to be very blunt here. DeSantis has blown the Mike Gallagher show off for the entire campaign. And it's a mistake. Incidentally, last night, he also blew off Newsmax. He blew off Univision. He blew off town hall. He didn't have any use for anybody in that spin room instead of trying to win over hearts and minds. And incidentally, a major donor, this Bigelow guy for the DeSantis campaign, $20 million for DeSantis Super PAC, he says now he's probably out. He's going with Trump. That's a huge, huge blow to the DeSantis campaign. The dogs don't like the food. I don't know what, and you're right, DeSantis, like he always has done last night. He's great, but it may not have mattered one bit. May not matter one bit. And that's what you said before the debate. Will it matter one bit? And I don't know. I mean, but he was great. He said all the right things. He does all the right things. He's very controlled, very measured. I promise when I'm offended that he won't give an interview to this show. I'm teasing. I'm totally teasing. But no, I promise why I don't like it. It's my audience. He's disrespecting the audience. And it's also just objectively, we'd like all of our candidates to be really, really smart. Trump is a genius. Trump, not just because he'd go on with you, but he'd go on with a bunch of other hosts. He gets into the mix, takes calls, mixes things up, gets into the back and forth. He is so comfortable in his own skin. And that's what you kind of want for our standard bearer. And DeSantis is smart. He's capable. His answers are good on a debate stage, but he doesn't have that yet. That total comfort in his own skin. And newsflash in terms of accessibility, I probably could have Trump on any day that ends in Y on the Mike Gallagher Show. He's willing to come on. He gives interviews. I mean, I used to say he'd go on the Weather Channel if he was invited. He goes where the people are, you know? And he's a man. He really is a man of the people. And he's willing to go on Mark Davis Show. He will give interviews left and right, and DeSantis does not. Now, maybe that speaks to his team. I don't know. I don't know who makes these decisions. It could be one of his aides, but it's just dumb, and it just frustrates me. I was intrigued. I did have a good candid conversation with Ronna McDaniel. Boy, a lot of people calling her out. Charlie Kirk yesterday went scorched earth just saying she needs to be replaced. I don't know. Is that fair? I think she's over -criticized at times. But then there was Frank Luntz, pollster Frank Luntz, who's smart a lot of the times except when he's not. He said, boy, Ronna McDaniel is the GOP's secret weapon, a great speaker and a great strategist. I said, you got that right? It's a secret so deep, nobody can see it. And the last couple of election cycles, the last couple of election cycles do not speak to genius strategy, the RNC. So I don't know what we wanted to do, more of or less of. I don't know, but I don't know who'd be better. I mean, maybe, maybe a Harmeet Dillon should have won that post. I don't know. Well, you know, you could make a case if you look at Tuesday and here we go again with another rotten night for the Republican party. No way around this, Mark. And some people would say, hey, the blame goes there. Now, Ronna, I asked her about it in the interview. Again, we're going to play all these interviews today on the show coming up, but she told me, look, Virginia's a federal entity. We can't, there's only so much we can do in a state. She touted her own achievements, but I get that criticism. I understand it because Mark, like it or not, we got walloped Tuesday. Virginia, the whole legislature flipped.
A highlight from Acts 030 - Power Through Purity
"All right, well good evening everyone. Let's open our Bibles to the book of Acts chapter 5 and verse 12. I want to invite the men in the room to our men's fellowship breakfast 8 a .m. Saturday. Paul Scharf is going to be presenting. And then we have a family fun day I think in the afternoon, right? So we're trying to put the word fun back into fundamentalism. That's our new motto here. So big day Saturday. But for this evening, let's open our Bibles to Acts chapter 5 verse 12. And verses 1 through 11, Ananias and Sapphira have been slain in the Holy Spirit as we saw last time. Don't mean to make light of that. So there was sort of an issue of purity within the church. As you had these two people that were kind of bringing in sin into the church and the Lord dealt with them through maximum divine discipline. And then what typically happens is when the issue of purity is handled correctly, then the church sort of takes on new power. So you have, beginning with the rest of the chapter, the power of the church. There's a tremendous description of its power in verses 12 through 16. But as typically happens when God starts to bless or use somebody, it invokes jealousy. And so you'll see jealousy there in verse 17 amongst the Sadducees leading to persecution. So the rest of chapter 5, you can kind of divide it up as the apostles' power, verses 12 through 16. And then how they were consequently persecuted, verses 17 through 42. So let's go ahead and start off here with the apostles' power. Here's a little outline of the apostles' power, verses 12 through 16. And we start off with apostolic authority, verse 12. It says, At the hands of the apostles many signs and wonders were taking place among the people, and they were all with one accord in Solomon's portico. So the first thing you see here, verse 12, is apostolic signs. And again, the apostolic signs are following how the Lord dealt with purity. So the church is now practically purified with Ananias and Sapphira, who were bringing Satan's agenda into the church, now out of the scene. And then the church takes on new authority or new power. So I guess one point of application for us is if we want to see the Lord's power in our lives, we need to maybe, I don't know, spend less time seeking power and more time seeking purity, because God uses pure vessels. And the more we give ourselves to the issue of practical sanctification, the more we give room for the Lord to work through us via his power. And the power here in the first century was manifested through the apostles. Signs and wonders were taking place. This is a sign gift. You have to understand a lot of these things in the book of Acts in the context of it's the apostles on the earth. They are sort of foundational to the outworking of the church. And so what you see in the book of Acts is miracles, signs and wonders will cluster around the apostles. Paul in Ephesians 2 verse 20 says of the apostles, having built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone. So the first, in this metaphorical temple, the first stone that goes in is the cornerstone. And then the cornerstone, and that's Jesus. The cornerstone is very important because through the cornerstone, you arrange all the other stones in the whole structure of the temple. And after the cornerstone is put in, then you put in the foundation stones. And so the Lord built the church, first putting in the cornerstone, Jesus, the most important stone. The stone by which all other stones are gauged and measured. And then after he was put in, in this metaphor that Paul is using, as he analogizes the church to a temple, in came the foundational stones of the apostles. And so that's what you see happening here. 2 Corinthians 12 and verse 12 talks about the signs of a true apostle. It says, the signs of a true apostle were performed among you with all perseverance by signs, wonders, and miracles. So that's what's taking place here. And one of the things to understand as we go through the book of Acts is every single miracle that happens in the book of Acts was performed either by an apostle, or it was performed by someone operating under the delegated authority of an apostle. So Arnold Fruchtenbaum writes of verse 12. He says verse 12 provides evidence of apostolic authority. The account of the second persecution of the church begins with apostolic signs. Again, it is important to note that in the book of Acts, only the apostles and the apostolic delegates who were appointed by the apostles by the laying on of hands were able to perform miracles, signs, and wonders. This fact has come out four times before in the book of Acts, and he's got the verses there in parenthesis. Acts 2, 43, Acts 3, 6, and 7. Acts 4, 22, and 33. And then he says, and now it's once again repeated in this verse. So you see these apostolic signs taking place, and then you see the oneness that the believers here had with each other. You get a glimpse of their spirit of unity, because the rest of verse 12 says, and they were all with one accord in Solomon's portico, Solomon's porch. Now when the church was just getting ready to start, because it was birthed on the day of Pentecost, just prior to that, in Acts 1, verse 13, they were meeting in the upper room. It says, when they had entered the city, they went to the upper room, where they were staying, and then it lists the 12 apostles. Well, by the time you get to Acts chapter 3, you can't cram everybody into the upper room. Peter preached that opening sermon on the day of Pentecost, where about 3 ,000 were saved. And according to our last numerical count, Acts 4, 4, now at least 5 ,000 are saved. And now we're in Acts chapter 5, some estimate that there could be as many as 10 ,000. So the church, just like was predicted, once the spirit fell, would start to grow exponentially. And so they couldn't fit in the upper room anymore. So they had to move to the portico, or the porch of Solomon, within the temple. You see them doing that in Acts 3, verse 11. It says, while he was clinging to Peter and John, all the people ran together to them at the so -called portico of Solomon, full of amazement. So part of the temple was named the porch of Solomon, because Solomon was the builder of the first temple, all the way back in 966 BC. And one of the things that's interesting is the early church had no problem meeting in the temple. They weren't saying, you know, we've got to get out of here, you know, we need to become Methodists as fast as we can, we need to become Presbyterians as fast as we can, we need to become Episcopalians as fast as we can, we're going to need some stained glass windows. Let's get rid of all this Jewish stuff. They had no intention to separate themselves from Judaism. All the believers at this point are Jewish. And you don't even have a Gentile converted in the book of Acts until in Cornelius Acts chapter 10. And as Jews, they had no problem celebrating Yeshua. Jim, in his opening prayer, used the word Yeshua, which is just the Hebrew name for Jesus. Jesus is the Greek name. But they had no problem celebrating their newfound life in Yeshua, in the temple, because they saw Jesus as the fulfillment of Judaism. Judaism points to Jesus. The whole purpose of the nation of Israel, one of its major purposes, is to bring Jesus into the world. So, you know, we sort of have drawn this, as Gentiles, this sort of line between us and the Jews, but the early church never did that. They didn't see the need to because they saw Christianity. In fact, this movement isn't even called Christianity yet. The word Christian is not even going to be used until Acts 11. They're just believers in Yeshua, or Jesus. And they saw that as being connected to Judaism. Judaism pointed to that, and they had no ambition to, you know, disconnect themselves from the temple in Israel. And then this expression, one accord, is very interesting to me, because that's what Jesus said would happen in the upper room. He said in John 17, verses 20 through 23, just a few days before his death, when he prayed, and he prayed there the Lord's Prayer. John 17 is the Lord's Prayer, right? Because that's the Lord praying. Matthew 6 is not the Lord's Prayer, although we errantly call it the Lord's Prayer, because Jesus never prayed that prayer in Matthew 6. That's the disciples' prayer. He was teaching the disciples how to pray. And I hope he didn't pray that prayer, because one of the lines in it is, Forgive us our debts. Jesus was sinless. So if you really want the true Lord's Prayer, read John 17, where he prays first for himself, verses 1 through 5, and then he prays for the 12, really the 11, because Judas left the room, verses 6 through 19, and then from there, I think to verse 26, the end of the chapter, he prays for the church, or those that would believe through the ministry of the apostles. And as he's praying for the future church, he mentions the unity that the Holy Spirit would bring to the church. He says in John 17, verse 20, he says, I do not ask on behalf of these alone, but for those who believe in me through their word, that they all may be one, even as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they may also be in us, so that the world may believe that you sent me. The glory which you have given me, I have given to them that they may be one, just as we are one. I in them, and you in me, that they may be perfected in unity, so that the world may know that you sent me, and love them even as you love me. So there's a prayer there in his true Lord's Prayer, where he says, everyone that's going to be affected by the ministry of the 11, I pray that they would be just as unified as we members of the Trinity.
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"The center is located at one hundred west main street the old farmers and merchants building lord says they hope to one day move to a bigger facility spectrum. Lakeland will hold a celebration of the centers. One year anniversary via facebook. live at noon on november fifteenth. We're off to a chilly. start to november. And if you're curious about what to expect for the rest of the year. Sandy duncan the managing editor of the farmer's almanac says they're dubbing this upcoming winter the flipflop winter month-by-month. That's going to like. Be a ts one month. That won't be so cold and snowy but the next month will and sometimes it's kind of like the beginning of the month versus the end of the month can. November will start out cold with rain. Predicted for thanksgiving. Christmas is expected to be brutally cold but then it should warm up again for new years as for january. Temperatures are expected to be mild but stormy by the end of the month and benton harbor area. School says samples taken at six buildings district wide have found elevated levels of lead in thirty water fixtures however none of them have been in use for a while. The district on friday released a report on its lead testing. It says it's been following a strict standard of five parts per billion for lie detection as compared to the federal action level of fifteen parts per billion tests benton harbor area schools varied from five point. Five parts per billion to two hundred ninety. The district says it's been providing bottled water to students and staff. Since last year it adds the quote raise lead levels are attributed to water sitting inside the plumbing longer than usual due to the inactivity of the fisher. Wbz news now.
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"On the green the governor is asking officials who manage the state's catastrophic insurance fund to give money back to drivers in a letter to the michigan catastrophic claims association governor gretchen. Whitmer says the fun now is a surplus of about five billion dollars in drivers who paid an average of eighty six dollars to the fund. Last year should get that back association. Spokesperson kevin clinton says by law. The money doesn't have to be returned until next year. However the board of directors would consider. I think looking at a early dividend to drivers and would consider the governor's proposal. I don't think they would necessarily follow it. Clinton says the catastrophic claims association would likely need to keep some of the surplus a seventeen year old orinoco. Township resident is facing charges after a shooting on monday. The berry springs orinoco township. Police department says officers were called to a home around eleven fifty. Am on a report of a man with a gunshot wound. They found a fifty six year. Old man shot once in the chest. The seventeen year old suspect was taken the burien county juvenile center and a charge of assault with intent to commit murder. His name is not been released. The victim remains in serious but stable condition. There could be a vote in the. Us house tomorrow on the one point two trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill congressman. fred. Upton tells us the bill already approved by the senate has been held up as house speaker. Nancy pelosi tries to vote on a three point five trillion dollars social spending bill trillions of dollars. No congressional budget office score yet. That's very much in play mid week this week. Not sure if they're getting get there or not they're being speaker pelosi and the democrats are going to be no republican support for this in either the house or the senate. So they're trying to thread the needle to try and get as much as they can much of. It's not paid for but we know and the text of the real bill at this point. Upton says he believes there will be enough votes for the one point two trillion dollar bill. It includes traditional infrastructure like roads ports bridges the electric grid and broadband up and says it also has fifteen billion dollars to replace lead waterlines. Another recall petition has been filed against benton harbor mayor marcus mohammed a day after the barry county election commission rejected a previous petition. The first attempt said mohammed should be recalled for not telling the residents of benton harbor. The water was contaminated with lead. The election commission determined that to be untrue. Petitioner kwesi roberts said. After monday's ruling he'd submit new recall language which he did the same day. Bearing county clerk's office tells us the new petition says mohammed should be recalled for quote voting..
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"Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil President Biden in Sacramento this afternoon After touring the damage done by the Cal Door fire, he flies to Los Angeles tonight Campaign for Governor Newsom in the recall election tomorrow. Apple updating its software for iPhones to squash opponents. Spyware emergency software update was issued today and it's FDA experts are among a group opposing the US booster shot plan. A B CS Mark Room Large has details. Yeah, the debate around booster shots in if and when they should be implemented and for whom is far from settled. And today a group of researchers from a number of countries Britain, France, South Africa, India, the US as well, including two longtime FDA members. Published an opinion piece in the scientific journal Lancet, expressing their opposition to, uh the implementation of general booster shots and mark. What are the reasons for that? Primarily what they say is that There may be growing evidence that shows or suggests that these covid 19 vaccines the immunity against getting sick from Covid 19 is waning over time. But there is no credible evidence they say, given all the research that they've gone over to suggest, or two, as I said, credible evidence suggesting that the, uh Vaccines are starting to lose their effectiveness against severe illness and death. In fact, they say, they are clearly remaining very durable in that respect, and given that The allocation of the global supply of vaccine doses should not be focused on re boosting and memory, upping people who have already been vaccinated, but that it should be focused and would do more. And have more benefit, They say if those vaccine doses are allocated to populations of unvaccinated people, and so they really just taking the issue here, and basically saying that this issue should be scientifically lead, not politically led, and that seems to perhaps didn't mention the Biden administration or the United States by name, but certainly a political issue here in the United States. And as well in other countries. So it seems like certainly a nod to political leaders who may be looking to, uh, you know, protect, you know their constituents certainly, and men, maybe wanting to opera booster shots. But these scientists basically saying that the science is not supporting that. No, mark. We've had reports of vaccines having to be thrown away here in the United States. Significant amounts at times. How is the supply for the rest of the world? I mean, worldwide? Are they still in dire need? Yeah, There's a huge disparity worldwide. And this is why we've already heard the call for a moratorium on booster shots because of that inequity, the wealthier nations of the world, the United States. Britain, France, Germany, other countries like that are far more well off with vaccine supply, as well as just the general population that has already received at least one dose of the vaccine. Vastly higher numbers in those countries than lower income countries. Alright, ABC is Mark Remillard there. Thank you. My pleasure. Thank you. For 50 is our time. Now as we head back to the KPK traffic center, starting our traffic and weather together. Data has Hey, happy Monday. Oh, we'll be up Brought to you by lows and right now down to the split 14 minutes, he's found Cap city. So, yeah. Little long ride their split to Roseville Babe. Nine minutes now eastbound 80 things. Calm down a little bit. Downtown. L grow by 11 minutes A night. Five still hasn't built up there and about 14 minutes now on 99. Not as bad as it was westbound 50. I am seeing a report of an accident with injuries at 15th screen. Now what 50 especially westbound has been a problem here this afternoon anyway, he spent and it's going to be a 27 minute ride. As you go out from downtown of wholesome downtown to Woodland 17 minutes north on I five is going to be about a 10 minute ride downtown to Davis on westbound 80. And you are it Mace Boulevard, which, by the way, not all that bad If you're coming in eastbound this afternoon. And as a pro, you know you need the right tools for the job shop..
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"Afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Impeachment managers have completed presenting their case to the U. S. Senate. The Senate is in recess now until tomorrow when Donald Trump's lawyers will begin their defense. Get the latest now on an update from ABC News. Moments ago, House trial managers wrapped up their case in the impeachment trial of former president Trump, saying that he created the lie. The election was stolen, telling his supporters toe fight like hell and March to the capital on the day Congress was certifying the results. Trump's attorneys are expected to argue what Trump said is protected by the First Amendment. Lead manager Jamie Raskin closing with this he's been impeached for inciting violent insurrection against The government. Incitement to violent insurrection is not protected by free speech. There is no First Amendment defense to impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors. The idea itself is absurd. House trial managers say Trump spent $50 million to launch ads for the stop the steel campaign and showed no remorse during or after the attack, including not attending the service for the U. S. Capitol Police officer who was killed his defense attorneys will start their case tomorrow with continuing coverage. Michelle Franzen, ABC News or 31. The Biden administration has released new guidelines on its efforts to get Kids back into the classroom. They say if teachers air better protected schools can reopen, and it's not necessary to vaccinate teachers. First round university School of Public Health Dean Dr Aziz Josh spoke with CBS this morning. We have very good evidence now that if you do mitigation if you Get people to work. Matt, if you make sure there's a reasonable ventilation if you condemn a little testing in schools, all of that makes schools very safe for kids and teachers again. Look, if we had plenty of vaccines would be great to vaccinate the teachers, but I don't think That's an essential feature of getting kids back to school. I mean time in the letter sent this week to State Health and Human Services Secretary Mary Luz Sutter's to statewide teachers, unions, the professional firefighters of Massachusetts and other labor organizations. Ask the state to support a pilot program of a rapid vaccination plan for school employees in 10 to 20 High needs school District's this month warning to students at Boston College, telling them to follow covert precautions or they may be kicked off campus. WBZ TV reports. BC says COVERT cases A spiked on campus because students aren't following the rules. In a letter to students, the colleges executive vice president said the school may need to impose new restrictions, including possibly ending the on campus semester early this week. There's been 24 confirmed. Cases on campus. There were 48 cases confirmed last week for 33 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Busiest highways aware, Mike all certainly to the south. Here, Ben, Let me explain. We'll start with Drew 24 south bound. You've got stop and go coming down from 93 for a bit there and then Real delays are farther south and rain. I'm just crawling from 4 95 down to a crash down after route 44 You want to be in those left lanes to get by there? 95 South is jammed a little over a mile coming down from 93, then more stopping Go down past 4 95 in Mansfield. That's it. Let's see all the expressways doing now check in with the WBC news radio traffic copter. Well, things are busy as you would expect. Getting out of the audio tunnel of the south outside of the expressway heading down towards south. They amass up its slow again. Down here around Bryant out heading down toward the Braintree spoke that also not entirely shocking north of looks good. Well, if you're heading into town don't make problems all the way in about a 10 minute trip. Miss Tanaka, the WBC news radio traffic copter through three South bound is jammed up a little bit coming off the expressway. We see that typically then 1 28 south. Not too bad reduced speeds coming down through need him and dead. I'm sure Up to the North Won 28 North bounds backed up a little bit getting by 93 in south found slow going down past three in Burlington, 93. North. Not terrible, slow going for awhile through Medford in the past Commerce, way and then out to the West route to westbound hung up through conquered route 62 out to the rotary and the Mass Turnpike is doing pretty well up through Newton and into Natick as well. My king WBC's.
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