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"airasia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Just hurts. You know there's something about a broken elbow in the movie knocked up. There is a special elbow l. medication that you're allowed to try. Especially now you know we can try it in california. When we're at studio you could try some. Try it some more when your head airasia.
About 8,800 unaccompanied children expelled at U.S. border under coronavirus-related measure
"Have some breaking news from the border. Nearly nine thousand unaccompanied minors have been expelled from the United States due to a pandemic related measure effectively ending their asylum one, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand people have been expelled from the US ever since the emergency order took effect in March. And joining me now for AIRASIA IS JACOB SOBER OFF, MSNBC correspondent, an author of separated Jacomb. Thank you for being here. Tell us what's going on. Here. On the border on assignment yesterday when this news broke late in the evening the trump administration throughout the course of family separations had one goal and that was to. Expel Central American. Children as soon as they got to this country in addition to being able to indefinitely detain parents and children, and now the government is saying in a court case that they have expelled. As you said, eight thousand, eight hundred unaccompanied children here under the cover of the corona virus. That means that when they get here, lawyers say they have little legal protections little access to council due process I should say and they've been kept in hotels. In many instances. We've talked about this before lawyers have been in arms we hadn't had full accounting. Of the numbers but the total unaccompanied children eight, thousand, eight, hundred, seven, thousand, six, hundred members of families that includes parents and children, and the total number of all migrants expelled under the guise of the corona virus is one hundred and fifty, nine thousand and I'd like to just say Real Quick Jonathan that there is evidence that the government despite the fact that this is a public health law public health rule, they are deporting people who do not have the corona virus contradicting their own underlying justification for what lawyers say as in cautionable Jonathan. Jacobs over up, we are lucky to have you on this story that will be following this story throughout the day on MSNBC. JACOB SILVER MSNBC correspondent. Thank you very much for being here
"airasia" Discussed on WTOP
"Is extended stay at home orders there until may eighteenth J. B. K. owns a diner in Newton whatever they used to measure may first was wrong obviously wrong so I'm not convinced that maintains means anything either CBS news update I'm Peter king president trump has signed an order invoking the defense production act to require meat processing plants to stay open through the corona virus crisis the measure forcing meat plants to remain open was drafted out of concern that they would increasingly close in response to or in fear of plant workers getting sick administration officials expressed concerns the nation's meat production could be reduced by eighty percent advocates for plant workers now worry they'll risk exposing themselves to the virus inside the processing plants the president says he's focused on limiting the liability of their employers to be sure beef chicken and pork remain available in the grocer's cases taking the liability which frees up the entire system Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington president trump is considering requiring travelers on certain incoming international flights to undergo temperature and virus checks the president's comments came during an event showcasing the paycheck protection program when he said the small business administration has already processed more loans and fourteen days that has the previous fourteen years the White House unveiled a plan that lays out how the administration will work with state governments and the private sector to expand testing Dr Anthony Fauci tells CNN the US does not have the perfect testing system president trump has touted but he said we're going to get there he also clarified that not everyone who wants a test necessarily needs one everyone who needs a test according to the way we're approaching the identification isolation contact tracing keeping the country safe and healthy that will hopefully we should see that as we get towards the end of may beginning of June funding for states is shaping up as the next big political battleground for pandemic related legislation WTOP's Rachel Miller has more now today on the hill president trump says he's open to states getting funding but in his eyes not all states are equal and he is a big difference with the stated that lost money because of called it in the status to run very badly for twenty five years Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says state funding will be part of the ongoing legislative discussion but he also worries about states using federal dollars to paper over mismanagement but Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats want to make sure states get the hundreds of billions of dollars they need to deal with the crisis and keep workers on the front lines it isn't about politics it's about people people's jobs people's families people's communities on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news coming up an update on navy sailors who got caught in a shipboard outbreak of coronavirus seven thirty four the following is a paid commercial message this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington corona virus has crippled the world inside the fear sadness or certainly understandable emotions.
Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling
"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of
Inside the Data of Loyalty
"To run the enrich loyalty program at Malaysia Airlines ominous. No longer doing that but has done that. And a lot of other bits in the space before and agreed I believe I have several beers in Singapore maybe the most expensive production episode ever but agreed to sit and chat a little bit today about some of the stuff you've seen in the industry over the years and sort of where it's going on so welcome thank you go for. You had to look on your face. Ace We're GONNA say something hell. It was just an added to the introduction. There were a bunch of a bunch of guys who we've we've all been in. Senior management allies will run out of career. Sixteen or the world of experience there. It's kind of cool to share was happening in different parts of the world because we worked in in South East Asia would never ever woken mold. America it's good that you bring that up because we've had these conversations at conferences never in North American that I think about it but we don't have something to you in London. Asia sort of China China. Yeah we've had some of these chance but how different is loyalty. Globally like is are there people like in Europe. That are listen to this podcast. Every week. It'd be like talking about. We have to get America. Also say that about us but when we talk about largest offer is is it. Is it really that different. I think so. I mean I think most of us are going to send. The Lati- is traditionally is credit. Cards programmes elite status. Airline lounges. Sort of stuff is the is the shiny cards. It's the mouse. And especially North America's Israeli driven by interchange of the banks which is not regulated down like it is in a lot of Southeast Asian countries Europe's regulated down. And so just I understand. That's the one nice. Try Card my Visa Card. The merchant pays to three or four percent to the bank. The bank gives me some of that back in terms of points shepherd and in the rest of the world world outside North America. Basically that you can't get percent you get two different countries different breaches your point. Four percent which is is virtually nothing Malaysia. where I live is the one percent Australia? Singapore where we are now is is is not regulated yet so a lot of that drives the credit card and the bank loyalty usage airline miles with the bank the more likely to fly the more invested in the program for Sunday. You're building a new Mazda balanced pasta than you. Otherwise would if you adjust flying so it's catching people people that are not necessarily frequent flyers maybe consensus so this is really big in America. Where your ability to earn miles is greatly increased compared into other regions therefore the way you look at the way in Iraq with a part on the way you fly the whole? The Monchique is different to Southeast Asia. Especially taxation his Asia low cost airlines has ruled supreme in Asia Asia. Massive is a very strong radio program could be better. I think After better you sort of made the argument that if you've got the loyal customers loyal Gio Brandon anyways. You've got you've got the so you've got the service that they like you've got the rap structure they like and you're in theory chief does the points matter Devil Delta another airline where people people generally like the product a lot Ted. This pretty good operationally. You can rely on the good strong brandon pretty solid. They have drastic changes in the market. And it's like you fly lie Delta Gouzer Goodell on going pretty good always law towers. There's American Hilas. The loyalty program is kind of pulling passengers passengers along. It's it's the it's the leading product I have it's issues and so you can you can you can get over some delays. You can get over. You know bad food you can get over. Average lounges. If there's an awesome those who program because that's kind of making you forget things. Yeah it's a bit of a different strategy fully and in southeast Azazel follow cost airlines. Do they need to program. I mean they they will do deals with banks gala points and cash into the business high margin cash as well local state aligns margin news. Everything is so co Grande Caccia. They look and feel of instances and automatic debit cards BRANCHVILLE. It's interesting I mean. Here's Singapore here in Malaysia about Malaysia. Okay 'cause it's interesting that there is a debit card with the regulated regulated interchange. And they looking for one mile per dully spend it might be get this cod And so again in relation to the Asia he paid of has for two prepaid mastercard. And when you use pay day you get like the discounts on baggage and transaction fees on the website is different top of okay. So you're not you're loyalty isn't the points it's direct it's branding than its direct discount on these stuff should be a frequent traveler. Okay so yeah yeah. I mean I could argue that especially in this market or what. I what I think of as the el-sisi market in Asia which may be completely wrong. The value of free checked bags EXC is greater than the value of points. I could collect for our future flight when I bought my tickets around. I flew from Hanoi. Kale to see you Days ago I I paid a hundred and twenty dollars all into that ticket which was expensive. You know an area checkoff whatever three and a half hours probably barely covered the house but it was eighty eighty dollars in on about seventy five or eighty dollars for the fair and then had to check a bag. That was really heavy. So twenty five dollars for the bag ten dollars or eight dollars for the seats maybe lesson. I couldn't get into the hot seat but not the actual offseason by eight dollars for the seats farmers row to not bulkhead not baulk road to so they're hot hot seats. So you're at the front of the plane but they don't have after legroom. Save costs a possible fast off in an empty metal and I appreciate your sh sh- blessed the meals so in fact I had better food. The British business zero to two meals on Airasia of another ten dollars so I think that altogether got me to my one twenty-five but if my backseat was my half and I was saving ten dollars goes on every flight I took. That would be more valuable to me than the points. I could have earned on an eighty dollars ticket right Earn rates that you get in the states with five dollar. Eighty four hundred points nominally. That's about four dollars of points. Maybe six you get a good redemption. I get ten every time for half price bag. Actually better value. Being Loyalty Program is revenue earning as well and it does a good job of keeping loyal to Air Asia specifically not even us and our partners and and and third party whatever. So That's interesting. It's sort of goes back to the. Is it really that different here. And we've come a long way around and say maybe you're
AirAsia opens a restaurant serving only airplane food
"Air Asia has opened restaurants arrest rather in Malaysia. So for people who couldn't get enough of their airline line food you can now go to a restaurant and order dishes is that are inspired. This is sentence. I thought I would never you. It's inspired by airline food. And they show a picture here of of the food being served in the kind of aluminum foiled trae that like you might get it on the plane. I don't know for sure that that's the way it is served there but it certainly makes the point for me. No I guess that is that is really how they're serving it. Is this something that that the three of you have really been longing for after every airline experience thinking. Hey where can I get some more of this wonderful food. God I think there's a couple of couple of airlines where I wouldn't mind having the first class meal. There's a few first class meals had. Of course I don't get to fly first class very often so I don't know about that but I I will say I would say like the first class. Yeah no it. It really doesn't but it does kind of solve That whole old ridiculous thing that airlines put out a few years ago where they said. Hey we got. I think there's John Hey we got a bunch of science together an apparent yearly. Your taste buds are completely different. When you're thirty thousand feet? Oh that's true and that sort of it's true an air system on an airplane but I don't think it's the elevation I believe. It's the humidity pressurization. Oh okay all right well. Whatever it is I always thought it was crap Yep and I still believe that no matter who tells it to me So it would be interesting to see if that food in a non humid non-precious right alright non elevated place actually tastes decent. So I've as well then maybe it's true. I have had experience because I went on a press trip with the the now l.. Late great Air Berlin in their headquarters in Dusseldorf for one of the two headquarters they had before they went under and they served. Does you know airline food and one of the things they weren't as you said by the way these flavors are going to be more bold than you're used to because we do have to to over flavor and so everything was more salty or the the curry verse which was their signature dish. was more more more curry And it was interesting to to try that experiment of what is airline. Food tastes like at altitude at sea level wherever we were so I have had that experience and they said Yeah we we do have to oversee some things because of that the science of it but light my theory is that it is more the humidity than it is pressurization or the or the altitude
"airasia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Oh, two I'm John roller. Governor doug. Ducey back from the AirAsia, Mexico Commission's annual summit. He says the relationship between Zona and the Mexican state of Sonora continues to grow up sixteen point six billion dollars in cross border trade up seven point seven percent on top of a base of seven percent growth before that. Induce, he met with Sonora. Governor Claudia Pavlovich and says congress needs to pass the US Mexico, Canada trade agreement which would replace the nineteen Ninety-four NAFTA agreement. Meantime, governor Ducey ordering flags at AllState buildings lowered to half staff tomorrow. It's to honor the nineteen granite mountain hotshots, who gave their lives, protecting their fellow Arizonans from the yarnell hill. Fire back in twenty thirteen meantime, the Woodbury fire burning east of Apache junction. It is now at about one hundred twenty four thousand acres and sixty eight percent contained this afternoon. Gusty winds express. Expected. It's increasing the fire activity in the fish creek area burned area. Emergency response team has been called in to help identify and manage potential risks. Well, just because you can doesn't mean you should that's Phoenix fire departments. Message this fourth of July when it comes to fireworks. Sparkler Gurnett thousand degrees. That's enough to melt metal now until the sixth of July permitted fireworks are legal. But with this year's brush fire season in their ever posing threat, being fire captain, Kenny Overton says it's okay to leave it to the pros that will host the big shows on the big night. So the fact that you can buy fireworks doesn't mean you have to go out there news. Let's take the example of the brushes or having right now. We in extremely wet winter a wet spring. And so we have a lot of overgrown foliage and brush out there that as you seeing. It's catching fire all the time. Ali vetnar, KTAR news. One. Oh, four, let's get a check on the valley roadways.
"airasia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"airasia" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Have also helped reduce maternal and infant deaths, a goal that has strong bipartisan support now Madam chair, I have been around the world into. Africa and other countries and continents and have talked with families in villages women and this house's with maybe five six seven children, there, I request of us, and I visited these villages with Republicans and their first request is to help them with family planning. They know that it is so important in terms of planning, they birth of the children in terms of just the stability of the family, and the empowerment of women that family planning services be available. So thank you. And I oppose this amendment and Irish my colleagues to oppose the amendment. That amendment getting voted on next week. Another amendment that was brought up today on the house floor was one to prohibit money for UN climate change programs. This is Republican Paul gosar, unelected bureaucrats and foreign leaders across the globe should not have greater control over US policy than our citizens and elected officials, especially when we're paying for it. The United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change or. The United Nations Framework Convention on climate change. Are you NFC and the green climate fund GCE have been surrounded in controversy since certain -ception, the IPC, which is broadly represented as top authority on climate matters was under fire when emails Republicans released from university in England that show that leading global scientists, but dining five we always percent, are always quoting intentionally manipulated climate data, and suppress legitimate arguments in peer reviewed journals further while the IPC sees supposedly issues assessments based upon so-called independent surveys of published research some of the most influential conclusions summarized, in this report, neither been based upon truly independent research, nor properly vetted through accepted period processes, the United Nations green climate fund, which unfortunately received one billion dollars in taxpayer funding. Thanks to the Obama administrator. Has not been has not approved a new project since twenty seventeen causing the executive director of the fun to resign, according to the green climate fund former co chair thirty percent. Yes. Thirty percent of the funds. Pledged are never going to materialize, despite his stated goal of supporting developing countries to pursue renewable energy sources the green climate funds pledges that do materialize going to wealthy nations with little to no affect on emissions. Let me give you a couple of examples, one project to install a solar plant in Kazahstan directly benefit the Chinese construction companies instead of investing in 'cause stunned companies directly investing in one of our economic rivals. China is definitely not the best. Use of taxpayer funds were shit. The fun proposing nine point eight million dollar investment in the wealthy kingdom of brains oil sector. How is this pursuing renewables in developing countries? That was AirAsia Republican Paul gosar opposing his amendment appropriations committee chairwoman needed Lowey of New York. Most of us even my friends across the aisle agree that climate change is a real global threat. Our military also believes this prohibiting United States contributions to the multilateral that come back climate change is short-sighted harmful palisade that does not prepare country to face this threat. I cannot emphasize enough that climate change is exacerbating the root causes of conflict. We will see an increasing demand on our humanitarian and other resources if we don't address it now, we cannot afford to send oddly by while others address, climate change, nor will we simply avoid its impact we already. Ready feel. It's affects this is precisely why we should not be eating multilateral partners, who want to join us in the fight appropriations committee, chairwoman needed Lowy. You can follow the house debate, live on C span television, or listen on the free C-SPAN radio app. On Wall Street, a day of gains, the Dow up one hundred one points, the NASDAQ up forty four he s and p up eleven and on this day in history Miranda via Arizona, the one thousand nine hundred sixty six United States Supreme court case that ruled that all criminal suspects must be advised of their constitutional rights before interrogation..
Staring at a Star
"A small satellite designed to search for new planets beyond our solar system. We simply look down at earth to capture an image of California's city of stars. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future as terrier, the arc second space telescope, enabling research in astrophysics is a satellite not much larger than a briefcase with precision pointing, as Steria can stare at a star for long periods and measure small changes in the star's brightness patterns that would indicate a planet transit in order to further explore the capabilities of its onboard hardware s Steria turned to earth. Taking images of the greater Los Angeles area revealing a massive grid of a luminated city streets, and freeways, the first image also marked the location of. Dodger Stadium where the dodgers just happened to be playing the AirAsia Diamondbacks at home that night, lots of orbiting satellites can take higher following pictures of earth than this one, but as stereo is the only qb sat in orbit that can look for planets around other stars for innovation now. I'm Jennifer police station now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
"airasia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"AirAsia Loyd is in for Gaydos today Gaydos has the day off Gaydos, no-one, Lloyd. I know Gaydos is has left us today, high and dry. So Lloyd, hopefully hopefully we'll be able to fill that gap. Do you like the way? I just, you know, just keep, you know, just riding you today like that. Just I could leave. Yeah. I know. I know then it'll be MAC. And and yet you don't MAC. And yeah. This one guy as Chicago boss, not a crime, boss. But if Chicago employer says he is, he's sick and tired of people telling him and apologizing stuff. He tells his employees don't do it just don't tell me what you're doing. I don't understand this though. This guy's we two hands off as a leader. He's too lazy. Fair few will. Okay. How about English over there? It's hands-on laze fare. Means hands off. Okay. Okay. A single data to and president of von Domon, Chicago. Yeah. His implored his employees to stop apologizing for having lives. And he's written them an Email that says I deeply resent. How we've infantilized the workplace how we feel we have to apologize for having lives that we don't trust adults to make the right decision. So don't tell me you've got to take your kid to the dentist. Don't tell me you're going to a concert, and you're leaving early that day. I do not trust this guy as a boss. Don't tell me that you'll be back online after dinner. I don't need to know that you're working from home today, because you simply need the silence, I never need to know why you chose to watch season one of arrested development on your flight to L A instead of answering your emails. I never need to know why you can't travel on a Sunday. So I'm kind of confused too, is this guy saying, I don't care what you do, as long as your work gets done, or I just don't care period. I'm a grumpy old man. I think it's number one. But what I don't trust about this. Is this seems like one of those things where if you don't tell him something though, he's going to have a temper tantrum and then say, well, why didn't you tell me you weren't going to be here when we had that meeting? That's when I see I thought the exact same thing of. Okay. What if I don't tell them I'm going to show up late and you needed to find me, and you keep asking everybody where I might let me Kate, you for a moment here. Mac being a middle manager. All right. That I am now solid middle management, paper pushing, and fires to put out in day out, okay? If Pablo who is a tremendous producer in the other room, five state, I, I would say top three but yes. Okay, if he one day just sauntered on in at twelve thirty. Right. When he's supposed to be here at ten and said, hey, what's up, Lloyd? I would look over at him and Galare Risley. What city you're. And a half hours late. Or if he just piece out of the control room at four thirty and I hear from Gaydos in you, hey, Pablo just up and left what happened and Pablo just like, yeah, I wanted to go to a concert Osuna was in town. But he doesn't say that to anybody. I've got a problem with it. Now, I don't need to know if you have an emergency, and you take your kid to the year, doctor, I don't need to know that moment, but yeah. As the boss either he needs more middle managers. Who can hear these things from the employee's look, you don't need to know. I don't go and tell my boss. Hey guess what I had for dinner last night? Guess what I did at seven o'clock. I painted my house till two AM. He doesn't need to know that. But when it comes to work, you do have to be able to count on your employees to show up and punch out at a certain time and get work done. He says as a divorced father. Mother of two sons. He was overwhelmed by messages from single moms and single dads saying they value his understanding. And so he received emails from managers saying they strive to be a similar kind of boss. I just don't. I this I don't think this is going to end well for him. There's going to be a time where he even knows it against his against him. Exactly. When he says, hey, I don't need to know when you know, you've got that Denisot dentist appointment. But then what happens when you have that dentist appointment? And oh, by the way, there was a company meeting. Everybody was three o'clock where were you. Yeah, I agree. I was getting my teeth drilled. I agree. All right. Coming up, ladies only ladies only call us. If you're a lady six.
"airasia" Discussed on KCRW
"Capitol Hill. Today, the full house and the Senate met behind closed doors to hear from secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan afterward, Shanahan shared with reporters. The message they delivered. We do not want the situation to escalate. This is about deterrence, not about war says the US has sent an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf evacuated non-emergency government staffers from Iraq. And as President Trump warns that provocations by Iran will be met, quote with great force on the line. Now is democrat Ruben guy go? He was a marine deployed to Iraq is now a member of the House Armed Services committee. And he was at that briefing today. Congressman welcome. Thank you for having me. So having heard directly this afternoon from President Trump's national security team. What do you think, is this about deterrence or is this about war? This is more about war than deterrence. What I saw and heard from both briefings today's and on Fridays is our intelligence community gathering information that is things that are always occurring kind of in the Middle East and trying to piece together reasoning for us to ratchet up our tempo there to a point of esscalation that I think can't, you know, potentially trigger us into a war accidents and that it's very disturbing. And there was no real without going into details as the classified setting. There wasn't really a true logic of what why we were using this approach in the Middle East, when you speak about piecing together intelligence. I understand your caveat that you can't get into details of Intel that was discussed behind closed doors. But. Can you speak broadly to the quality of the intelligence that the US has on Iran? Well, the, the quality isn't the question. It's, it's really who is telling you the information, and how they're interpreting it to you. And that's the problem, right? That I see in this administration they're interpreting. So you're not hearing intelligence is at least as far as you judge your, your quibbling or arguing with, with the way that it is being acted upon by this administration. Correct and interpreted, so for these are things that you, do you follow the Middle East. You understand the, the interplay between Iran and splish shows, Iran, its neighbors around in some of these other regional powerbrokers? But for for us to suddenly put all these things together and say that there's this grand conspiracy, and we have to move strong against Iran makes me question the motivation. That's why I think it's I think we have to as members of congress slowdown start asking questions asking hard question. But as we just heard Shanahan, the acting to Defense Secretary. Say there. He says he doesn't want esscalation. He also has said the US moves to deter, Iran are working. He told reporters at the Pentagon today. We meaning the Trump administration, we've put a hold on. We have put on hold the potential attacks on Americans. In other words, he saying, there's a plan, and it's working, why not take him at his word. Well, because, you know, you have two things happening here, you have a Bolton who has a historic national security advisor. Correct has historic obsession with Iran. You also have the risk of deterrence, turning, it task elation escalation turning to miscalculation. So as both sides are trying to deter each other two different actions, both couvert and over you in a very dense air. You could easily trip over yourself into a war. And that's why I think it's very important that when we are moving all these pieces around the Middle East that we do it in a very careful way. And I don't think that, that everything that we've done actually has helped deter. We have a lot of assets in the area. I ran for perfectly capabilities and what we potentially were doing is getting ourselves into a shooting whirlwinds unnecessary. It may I ask you in just a yes or no? Because we only have a few seconds left. But do you not see a credible threat from Iran? Of course, they are a credible threat, but not a curb. Threat to our national interests and they're certainly not a credible threat that would that would require us to have a full land, invasion or a kinetic war in that area there ways to do it. You could do for tat, but you do not have to go through this process, where we end up finding ourselves in another war in Asia. Congressman, thank you. Thank you. That's AirAsia democrat Ruben, gyco NPR. Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Is here. He was outside the hearing room where Pompeo and Shannon brief the house on Iran, and he spoke to members as they came out. Hey there, Tom already. So we just heard from congressman geigo. What else did you hear on the hill today? Well, it was really a mixed reaction somewhat partisan. Besides congressman Geico. What he had to say. Democratic congressman Adam Smith chair, the Armed Services Committee was not all that convinced by the briefing by secretary of state. Mike Pompeo, here's congressman Smith. Secretary Pompeo made a very lengthy political argument. He argued know here's all the terrible things that have Ron Dunn, and he spent about ten minutes to like, cut him off, making and has every member who stood up that we know are on his bad. Okay. What is the policy going for it is? He said no reaction to the policy, going forward and other Democrats administration was kind of spinning all of this that the threats were not all that new. But then you have Republican congressman Mick Thornberry of Texas. He's worried. He said, Iran is clearly ramping things up. Let's listen, this is different. What has happened? More recently is different. And obviously that is what precipitated a movement of military forces to make it clear to Iran that if they attack Americans there will be consequences. So again, Democrats are generally, we're not all that surprised by what they heard indicated this is kind of old stuff. Republicans said, no, it's a new threat from Iran. It intelligence bears that out members of either party offer much detail about what they heard. No, of course classified. So there's some bits and pieces. I've been able to pick up over the past week or so they wouldn't get into that. No to military officials, I spoke with previously said it is serious. The Iranian leadership has sent word to. It's revolutionary guard corps to reach out to its proxies and attack the US and its allies. These guys said it's pretty serious. Now, Shanahan acting Defense Secretary said the US presence with the carriers and bombers sent to the Gulf actually thwarted attacks by Iranian proxies. He said, Iran, put them on hold his words, and I'm told there was a threat to US troops and facilities in Iraq. There was a specific threat, and now it is no more. Here's the other thing, as far as the attacks recent attacks and oil tankers in the Gulf, as well as attack on the Saudi pipeline by who three rebels. Some member said it was clearly Iranian proxies. That's what they heard in the hearing, but even secretary pawn peyot was not willing to go that for he said, in an interview this morning, there is no definitive conclusion that Iran was behind it, and it's quote quite possible Iran was behind these so even the secretary of state isn't willing to say hundred percent Iran did that at this point, does all this mean for US policy. Well, no one knows, is congressman Adam Smith said, what's where is this going to worry about miscalculation? From the US, or a shooting war could begin, and congressman Smith said, what's the objective here, is it regime change getting around to change his behavior? Where do you see this going, and as he said, there's no sense of that anything going forward? And he said of anything, Iran seemed more eager to restore their nuclear program. That's NPR's. Tom bowman. Tom, thank you. You're welcome. Children who live in places with lots of air pollution are more likely to develop asthma. So if you clean up the air, does that protect kids health NPR science correspondent, Richard Harris reports on a study that answers that question. So then California is notorious for its poor air quality, but over the past two decades, the air has been getting better that led Erica Garcia, a post, doc, at the university of southern California to ask simple question. We know that there's been reductions in air pollution. Let's see if concurrently. There are improvements in health outcomes, during that same time, period as it happens. Scientists have been checking in periodically on the health of students in twelve different communities in the Los Angeles area Garcia and her colleagues tracked air-quality trends in those regions during three different time. Periods starting in nineteen Ninety-three ending in two thousand fourteen some communities declined a little bit communities declined a lot some communities in decline at all. How does that relate to the changes in asthma incidence rate in these three different sets of students? They report now in the journal JAMA that overall hazardous air pollutants, including nitrogen dioxide and fine particles declined by about twenty percent over the time period this correspondent with about a twenty percent decline. In the rate of new as a case it's children that's fairly substantial twenty percent. Yes, it is fairly substantial Joan bombs, and environmental health, professor at UC, San Francisco, and the physician member of the California Air Resources board agrees. The study doesn't prove cause and effect, but it's not a big leap to find it cleaner. Air means less illness, and bump, says it's important evidence in the ongoing debate over just how much money we should spend to improve the air. There's been a concerted effort in California over the period of the study to reduce motor vehicle emissions in general, on diesel emissions in particular. And I think the study shows that is paying off state policy aimed at both health and climate change calls for the gradual phasing out of gas and diesel vehicles in favor of electric cars, trucks and buses industry. Once resistant to these rules is now split with clean energy companies in favor of clean air regulations. Bump says that has allowed us to move forward. I think. Perhaps at a brisker pace than we might have otherwise it's a different story on the federal level. However, the Environmental Protection Agency in the Trump administration is skeptical of the link between clean air and health, George Thurston, a professor of environmental medicine at New York University says the new study from southern California comes at a key moment. Because in confirms what is being questioned by the president EPA, which is that are there really health benefits to clean the air, we think that, that should be obvious. But that's a question that they're asking he calls the study a landmark in demonstrating the benefits of cleaner air, on asthma, which is the most common chronic disease in children. Richard Harris, NPR news. You're listening to.
"airasia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"airasia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Radio sports. Hello there. Mark Roberts MBA playoffs. Game six west of conference first round series, clippers warriors in LA. And it's Golden State up eighteen when nineteen without four and a half minutes a little more the plane of all game. Kevin Durant plan for your high fifty points in this one thirty seven at the break you've got five boards of four sisters. Well, as the clippers have been persistent trans stay this one cutting the lead to fourteen in the fourth quarter, but backup eighteen point lead Golden State China closed out the series already up three two day two of the NFL draft. Finally, Josh Rosen traded by AirAsia cardinal sin. Last year's first round pick to Miami for a number two this year and a fifth rounder twenty twenty. Meanwhile, Denver trace up to grab Missouri quarterback. Drew lock ESPN NFL insider, Chris Mortensen, find fascinating. Really interesting that the Broncos jumped in front of the lions and the Packers to a of stop thirty businesses. They seem to show genuine interest in him. Also remember this offense coordinator, rich scannon real Shanahan step. They like a quarterback the move deep play action to lock has all the skillset fit ska- grows office there the coordinator Stanley Cup playoffs game. One second out Carolina next up the islanders in overtime one. Nothing. Jordan Staal goal in San Jose with an opening game win while they're up four to over Colorado with a minute to play. On Monday with the NFL draft in the rear view grading teams as well as.
Ducey: Federal laws to blame for crisis at Arizona border
"Arizona's immigration crisis. He wants the border wall. But in Arizona, congressman is promoting other ways to stem, the current border crisis KTAR Peterson Moore's live in the news center. And that AirAsia congressman is Paul gosar. He wants US intelligence to determine which groups are struggling smuggling rather Central American migrants to bust them and stem the influx that press kit. Republican also wants Mexico to adopt a policy for asylum is like Canada has adopted that way if they do not meet the requirements, they will accept them back. Mexico has refused to do that. Those are also wants Mexico to stop migrants and the US to use US MCA trade talks as leverage Sedona democratic Congressman Tom O'Halloran was planning a trip to Honduras to stop the migrant flux there live in the news center. Peterson more KTAR news. And governor Ducey says he will not call for a state emergency over the influx of migrants coming across Arizona's border. With Mexico typically you declare a state emergency. When there's a natural disaster. Will this is not a natural disaster. This is congressional disaster. And congress needs to act does he said this during an interview with Arizona horizon on PBS, and it comes after the mayor from Yuma made an emergency declaration in his border city last
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GOP reacts to Trump's $8.6 Billion Request for Border Wall Funding
"Reaction from Arizona, congressman Republican Andy Biggs, speaking on. Fox News about why he supports the eight billion dollars included in the budget for building the wall. They want to build the wall and extended what we're doing with his emergency declaration doesn't get the job done. The reports out AirAsia last couple of years enough fit nil seized to kill between seventy and eighty million Americans in Arizona alone from the border, and that's when you look at that, that's an emergency.
"airasia" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"This right to God's is a master of the take the sports opinion one day, STAN Van Gundy hopes to be great at being a gas bag as. But we'll Kane is trying to carve out a new lane here. And I know Stu gods wants to be the first guy with the take. What was it that you did yesterday where you you started drafting somebody six months from now instead of talking, oh, it was the Kingsbury Kingsbury yet things berry story within island Moore. Here's the backstory Cuyler Murray is a baseball player in football player Heisman Trophy winner. He's very small he's tiny tiny. And he is looking like he will be the number one pick for Kingsbury in Arizona. Now, there are a number of things to examine their that can be examined, but Stu gods because he's the master of the take just went straight to six months from now trading. Josh Rosen drafting Murray, and he had that part of the take. We'll Cain wasn't gonna just stand around watching. You do that planting a flag six months out in front. He beats you to a spot. Listen to this. This is will Cain destroying all of this before we've even gotten to analyze. You. No, if you have anything in the form of a spinal column in Arizona, you draft Cuyler Murray collar Murray quarterback out of university of Oklahoma said that he is ready to commit himself to being an NFL quarterback fulltime that he's not going to play baseball. At least it's implied for the Oakland days. It's implied. If you're going to be a fulltime quarterback that leads us to where he will land. How high could he go yesterday? I told you I think the number one overall pick is in play today. I wanna tell you if the AirAsia cardinals in particular the holders of that number one overall pick do not draft Cuyler Murray the cliff Kingsbury project is already a failure. But my all my God man that we have not seen that where before it even started. It's already a failure. If they don't do what I say. That is the mountain top of take two's, proud of you. Well, here's the advantage will has he goes last. He's last up in the day. So whatever I say he could just take it at three in the afternoon. I think that's what his show airs. And he could just one up me. I mean I used to. Why are you rolling your eyes? It's God's billing because he's not last in the day. And he can I mean, he followed that up. He said of the day before Stu got. So you probably took it from him the day before. And then just add there's no way I took it from. I listen, I would take it from the day before. But if I took it from the day before it would have enhanced it at so there's didn't hear that. I would have enhanced it and I take into the day before all of saying he goes after me, hold on professional thief. A main texted me the other day that you stole without crediting some sort of analogy that he had between first class and coach. So you're now stealing from all platforms while Acun accusing others of stealing verse classing coach, I mean that goes back to like the nineteen eighty. Defensive you stole it from a mean. But STAN just so that you can have a proper appraisal sometime of one a great jerk. Stugatz is putting the jerk in me jerk. I want you to hear something that was said by stugatz minutes before minutes before LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh decided to come to Miami has Pat Riley failed. Dwayne Wade seriously has Riley in the organization because Dan, all these other teams all the other contenders went out and made moves in the heat. Have it done a single? What did they done for Dwayne Wade? They got him Jermaine O'Neal a broken, Jermaine O'Neal. He's gonna leave here, and he shouldn't leave here. Got him shack. Yeah. And a championship since then, let's sell them on this notion of all these guys we're going to get your these guys want to come here. None of the he's failed twain wit failed offense failed the city. They all came here. Yeah. They did a couple of them and they had some decent success. Yes. Well, less you laugh. It's God's too much. We have uncovered we have unearth, Mike..
"airasia" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Head to AirAsia AirAsia is three and a half point favorite. Fifty three is the total. This one opened up at four and a half forty two and a half for the total ten and a half points line movement. I once again, you can just sign me up for the dog their training. The you know, this is a team that's Bennett altitude for at least a couple of days. And I think that's going to be a huge advantage here. I'm all over the Salt Lake stallions here dog, they don't know shit about shit. No, no, no. You're not you're not paying attention. You're not paying attention. The Salt Lake's, Diane's dentist Erickson longtime. Coach won a couple of national championships at Miami coach for the Seattle Seahawks. The San Francisco forty Niners once again more proven than Rick new has never coach on professional level as a head coca. They have a running back named Brandon Oliver used to play for the chargers scored a fantasy victory playoffs. Are you? Backing the hotshots. No, I'm going with the stallions on this. They got done Henner defense coordinator loss. I'm NFL defensive coordinator. Austin Alan at quarterback member him at Arkansas to love how much Koby knows about. And and we got this, man. And and and look the hotshots new Heisel. He always looked like a woman to me. Just real quick Zona six and a half wins the highest wind total Salt Lake four and a half. So. Yeah. Kobe's predicting them on the sports gambling pack has com. He's he got them going losing outright stallions seventeen hotshots thirteen. Wow. Okay. Even thrown scores of work. But really point it seems like I'm not gonna totally reveal all spits. But seems like he's on board with us in the under a lot of these games as well. And you should definitely also head over to subscribe dot the dot com. Because I think you broke down a little this on the podcast. Right. Did I did? And we will continue to do this on the college much like during the college football season. Exactly. It's a complimentary podcasts and college basketball deep dives into the world of the American alliance of football. I'm also on the of American I'm always on board with the Salt Lake City L. Ovation teams in Utah. Zero zero to two zero two two. But yeah. The Mormons have two teams. I do like I do like Brandon Oliver. I think points will be low scoring but Britain Oliver's tuft attack if you haven't played football longtime. Yeah. Again, I'm whether you know. Yeah. Well, I don't know. It's it's at Amazon aside. I mean for the season. Oh, okay. Play. Doh. Don't you love that? Like, let's let's roll reversal. If the NFL is a upstart league that could Dell's running he's not inviting sportsbook directors out to training camp to see what's going on. Well, right appropriately set lines. Yeah. He's genius. Yeah. That was Ryan referring to the story that J Carnegie. He he had discussed that they've been invited by the af to come out scout the league helped him set some lines so genius. So that they could come up with abedin's because they know, hey, we're gonna grow this sport. It's gonna be because guys got money on it. What else are you doing on a Saturday, college basketball's over and fuck it? Let's let's throw basketballs just starting. You're talking about like the no five. On a Saturday. You you you watched a couple of games? Now. You're ready for some football. Yep. We already for San when you take a random like so. All right. So let's we have we should all thought I thought we should declare which team we have to have eighteen right? Or should we applete man? I'm I ready called the fleet. That's our team to forgive me. Three weeks. Your boy. No, he's still going to consult and be a part of the ten. He's just not going to be calling plays. Right. All right. Just take it land legends Denard Robinson. I do like that angle. I already called the fleet the fleet which I mean. All right. Give me the, you know, you're doing that because East Carolina quarterback there, but I'm gonna go with the Salt Lake City stallions, Dan, the stallions are only plus for one hundred to win it all the Atlanta legends plus five hundred and my sandiego fleet plus
"airasia" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
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"airasia" Discussed on NFL Live
"He is. But the staff that he's bringing in as well this. There's a lot of experience was active. So it's not a whole lot to fall back on and say, okay. This is what he is. This is we just don't know. It's just you know, I'm I'm absolute surprise that. He's getting his job because these are commitment hires. You can't just hire a guy like Kingsbury leflore. And then Taylor and say after one year it didn't work in you fired. Because you knew that they were going to have to learn as they go along. They don't have that Rolodex. They can rely on five years ago when we had this problem like an areas like Fangio something like that. This is new experience for them their new head coaches lot of growing pains as head coaches in the first and a big thing for the Rams. We know is the combination of Wade Phillips. There's a couple of pretty good defensive coordinator or any snatched up Todd Bowles with Bruce Arians and today it was announced AirAsia will make fans Joseph their defensive coordinator. That's a big part of it too. You know surrounding yourself experience. All right. Let's get into the games the Cowboys and Rams the playoffs for the ninth time. But the first time since nineteen eighty five nine meetings the most between two teams NFL playoff history. Dallas try to snap. It seven game road losing streak in the playoff. The last time they won on the road in the postseason was the nineteen ninety two NFC championship. And the Rams will look for their first playoff went under Sean McVeigh. They'll be Bruce with Todd Gurley returning to action after missing the final two regular season games with a knee injury. Girly set to play. We get an all-star matchup led by early and Zeke Elliott over the last three seasons. These two are at the top of the league in yards scrimmage yards yards after contact and astound. And fell nation out in force for the play offs..
"airasia" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"That's an eternity ago, you will appear old and and crypt. Like, don't even do. It. Don't even do it. They don't know. I don't know either. Friends on or whatever. Pushback has a pretty good sense of what works, and what doesn't work that Kelleher said to me. I'm just telling you can do it. I'm just telling you not to go there term crypt like kind of chilling. That will erection. God bless Matt for having your back like that. Because I would say go for it back of my head crickets, this is going to be tremendous. So so I didn't and I was going to go with the gala flirt joke. Okay. Okay. But at least. Sports at least sports so three guys have been apparently hired or about to be hired in the NFL much to the consternation of some columnists in the world. Matt leflore going to Green Bay cliff Kingsbury, very handsome, going AirAsia and Bruce Arians almost my age going to Tampa Bay Bruce Arians said last year, the only job he would take Cleveland Cleveland didn't offer because he took or he didn't say Josh mcdaniels rumored to be honing in on that job, which Cleveland, Josh mcdaniels. I thought he removed himself. On staying here might be looking out story yesterday said I'm I'm I'm done. Leave me alone cliff Kingsbury, thirty five and forty Texas Tech, not the SEC west not where you have to play Alabama and LSU and Auburn and AM all the time. No, no, no. No. No, no, no. At the big twelve not nearly as good a conference thirty five and forty just got the head coaching job at Arizona. The cardinals. I assume that the reason they do that is because they think okay, we've got Josh Rosen and he had Baker Mayfield. And he had Johnny Manziel is an assistant and he had Patrick Mahomes who was a common. So maybe he can do it here because everybody's trying to find the next Sean McVay Matt leflore hired for the same reason. Try to find the next Sean McVay Bruce Arians not hired for that. You're better off trying to find the next pet home. Yeah. So Bruce Arians higher Tampa Bay. That is he's he's in his mid to late sixty seven. I'm little bit surprising to me. Tampa Bay is not a job. I would want Tampa Bay. You're going to have a problem. You can have a problem on an annual basis with James win sixty sixty six so I don't know where you go from there to your back to Ryan Fitzpatrick, I think I think James wins. If you're an offensive minded coach as aeriens is. And he's had some success offensively in this league. I think I think James Winston is an intriguing player for you. I think he's the kind of guy who you think, you know, man. I can if I can get him to take care of the ball. And he's he's got the tools and the skill set. And they have some weapons there with Mike Evin can keep them from getting in trouble off the riled, which he has a proclivity for doing bring all the way back to Florida state stopping on the field. He's a Radic. He I don't. Yeah. Big Armstrong guy finds the right receivers. I you know, anyway. So those those Matama Uber. Yeah. Those are things absolutely Nala. Just Brenda freeze. The head coach of women at the university of Maryland got her five hundred victory last night. Does she have? I would've said two hundred three hundred I wouldn't have had any idea. Very good. National championship. She does you think Connecticut has all the national championships in if they don't maybe Notre Dame or do some. No, she's got one two thousand six in fact, she's got the most recent one. Yeah. And additional final force. I believe she's perennial top twenty five fourteen in one their record is fourteen in one and their number nine. I so we will take a break when we come back Freeman will join us and Nigel asked me yesterday. We get varies for Lou gone. Should we do this? And I said, it's the NFL. Winding down. Well, let's just do nothing, but the NFL and we welcome the baby..
Military could shift more troops to California as migrants gather in Tijuana
"Active duty troops at the southern US border. Could be moved sent here by President Trump about twenty eight hundred troops have been at work along the Texas, Mexico, border, stringing razor wire and running surveillance in support of customs and border protection. The Pentagon believed that the migrant caravans making their way through Mexico would come to Texas because it's the closest point of US contact, but the Central American migrants had other ideas and thousands shifted. In west and have arrived in Tijuana, Mexico. The army now says that some of the troops deployed here and some sent to AirAsia might be moved over to California tobacco customs agents
Amsterdam: 'Terrorist motive' alleged in attack on Americans
"To, American stabbed at the, main train station and Amsterdam stopping happens, at around noon local time at Amsterdam's busy rail station in the city centre Dutch police shot and injured the suspect immediately after he stopped the two Americans, as he walked. Away after that attack with a knife still in his hand FOX's kitty Logan, it does not appear as if the Americans were targeted for any. Specific reason both are expected to
Dr Thomas Friedman, Becky Lynn and Wigan discussed on Mac and Gaydos
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Military officials launch probe into C-130 crash
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Ice Cube replacing Roger Mason Jr. as BIG3 commissioner
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