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Traveling during the pandemic: A conversation with CEO of Lazydays RV

RMWorld Travel Connection

04:51 min | 11 hrs ago

Traveling during the pandemic: A conversation with CEO of Lazydays RV

"For today's chief travel leader, interview and reconnect with Bill rename the CEO of Lazy Days RV and get his input on the industry as his company is the nation's RV authority. As they own the world's largest recreational vehicle dealerships. Bill Mary, and I welcome you back to the program. I have to say you've developed a bit of a following amongst our audience across the country as we heard from a few people over the last couple of weeks wanting to know when we're going to have you back on America's number one travel radio show. That's great to hear on. Hello again. Robert Mary. Thanks for having me on again. Great to have you back on the show with your first question. I'll just ask. You have been a lot going on out there. Askew. No in the world keeps saying we're in the upside down world. Things changed a lot for us 12 weeks ago. I know you have a number of locations across the country We've seen this week a lot of unfortunate unrest going on. But really, how are things at your locations and the other centers that you have across the country? Yeah, Way recently announced earnings and And as we said back, then, business really fell off a cliff in mid March on DH stayed there for about four weeks. And then something happened in mid April. And business just exploded and has been strong ever since then, and that's consistent across pretty much all of our dealerships. Robert Mary, so So we're feeling really good about this right now. All right. Good to hear. Nice to start off with some good news. Bill s O. Robert and I have been speaking with, you know different leaders from various sectors of the travel world over the past 12 weeks on this show, basically, since the virus outbreak shutdown so much of our country, and we've checked in with both R V, A and K O a Since you do work with many of the top manufacturers and service all kinds of shapes and sizes of RVs and campers. What do you seen in terms of demand for the vehicles and in the support services that go along with him? Yes, There's two sort of trends we're seeing. Right now. We're seeing more new entrance into the market. So I think people who because of the pandemic have become more interested in the RV vice style. We're seeing more new entrance. And the newer entrance or looking for either lower price, new product or used product. So we're just seeing a little bit of more movement towards maybe maybe a little more towards Tobel and and in all categories towards used and lower price product. That's interesting. I'll shift things a little bit with Don't say, You know when it comes to travel. Mary and I feel that we have a certain responsibility to all of our show fans across the country as well as the 415 plus stations that air this programme and our many sponsors that supporters really toe lead like we always have. And I sure that because we're working to create what we're calling the Let's go America tour that hopefully will allow us to responsibly travel and enticed others to do the same. We've been saying on air since mid March. That travel we believe will be mostly domestic. This year. It's tough when you can't fly to Europe to go plan. Obviously, it's not going to include more driving trips, whether it's for business or leisure. And our Let's go America tour that we're looking at could easily be done over a two or three week period as an RV trip departs the country and also allows to broadcast from certain places. I really want to know. Since the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association and Lazy Days RV is uniquely positioned to allow people to travel while also social distancing. What are some things that you personally recommend people listening that You know, may want to travel via an RV this year, and maybe regardless of whatever unit they're looking at a couple important accessories that you would recommend them. Important accessories. Well, you've gotta have. You've gotta have some satellite. I think just in case you want to have a wife, I, but I think most people You are enjoying time away from sort of the social media and WiFi. So I think we're seeing some families were looking at the RV lifestyle is an opportunity to Ah, uh, D connect from some of the electronic things that are in our hands. Um, you know, we have beautiful beaches in this country. We have beautiful national forests and national parks and state parks and state for us on DH. I would really encourage people Teo to take advantage of them. And that's the beauty of the RV lifestyle is you, Khun, Go! See all these wonderful places and multiple places at a time and whether you're in a total product or motor home product. It's a wonderful, wonderful experience. Keep in mind that some of the national parks to limit the size of the RV that you could bring into the park so and anybody at lazy days can help with. Ah, people figure out what what size they can have. If they're going to visit some of the national parks, OK, if you're just tuning in

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720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 18 hrs ago

720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

"Than than 700 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS Chicago

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Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 18 hrs ago

Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

"Has more than 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS

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4th of July 2020: Macy’s sets pop up fireworks shows around New York City; Chicago police patrol crowded beaches for holiday weekend

Happy Handyman

00:47 sec | 18 hrs ago

4th of July 2020: Macy’s sets pop up fireworks shows around New York City; Chicago police patrol crowded beaches for holiday weekend

"Cautioning people to stay safe and even scaled down gatherings. Many communities have altered fest. Ditties or even canceled events. Bosses Asian Hosni is in New York. The big Macy's fireworks display was split up into smaller five minute pop up shows across the city over in Chicago police are patrolling the beach is out there. They remain closed in Florida. Orlando, canceling its fireworks display altogether, and beaches like Miami Beach are now closed. Now there are concerns that without public displays, folks will hold private fireworks shows which could spread the virus even further. The National Fireworks Association said. Ah, record number of people are buying fireworks for personal use of here. Florida today reported another record for the number of new covert 19 cases.

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History of the Fourth of July - Brief History & Early Celebrations

The Greg O'Donnell Financial Hour

01:39 min | 19 hrs ago

History of the Fourth of July - Brief History & Early Celebrations

"You know, the first Independence day was actually celebrated on July 8th, 17 76. The official signing of the declaration. Independence took place on August 2nd. Only two men signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 17 76. That was Charles Johnson and the infamous John Hancock, where the other only the only two who actually signed the declaration on July 4th. The other 54 delegates signed over course of the next month. One who signed later recanted the declaration of Independence. That was Richard Stocked in a lawyer from New Jersey. New Jersey E can't do that East Coast accent or the dam. He became the only signer declaration independence, too. Recant his support of the revolution. After being captured by the British in November 17 76 and was thrown in jail. Thean ended. The declaration of Independence was written on a laptop, not the modern day laptop, but still, Thomas Jefferson drafted the declaration of Independence. On a writing desk that could fit in one's lap. This device was referred to at the time as a laptop with White House celebrated the Indian Independence Day for the first time in 18 0 for Of men. Love fireworks, a $1,000,000,000 worked. According to America American Pyrotechnic Association. American spend more than a $1,000,000,000 on fireworks each year.

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Dog in Georgia tests positive for virus that causes COVID-19

Gardening Naturally With Jeff Ferris

00:33 sec | 23 hrs ago

Dog in Georgia tests positive for virus that causes COVID-19

"And Georgia has been put down after testing positive for the virus. The animal believed to be the second canine case of covert 19 in the U. S. The dog was tested after developing a type of neurological illness. The fact that a dog can be positive Just means that he was around the virus. A dog of our virus could be licking of droplets from, you know somebody that caused the holes that had the disease Doctor John how is president of the American Veterinary Medical Association? He says there's no evidence that animals are transmitting the disease to people.

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MLB has 38 positive COVID-19 tests as training resumes

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

MLB has 38 positive COVID-19 tests as training resumes

"More than 30 major league baseball players and seven staff members have tested positive for covert 19 during intake for the resumption of training, a rate of 1.2%. MLB and the Players Association announcing the results today, as teams resume those workouts, including the fillies at Citizens Bank Park for the first time since the Corona virus interrupted spring training back on March 12th. That was two weeks before the season was to start opening day now reset for July 23rd. The positive tests occurring among 19 of the 30 teams involved. Phillies were among the first toe have covert cases on the player's side and staff side as

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MLB announces league-wide coronavirus test results: 38 players positive for COVID-19

Michael Berry

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

MLB announces league-wide coronavirus test results: 38 players positive for COVID-19

"Is hitting the MLB just three weeks from opening day. Some promising numbers in MLB his initial coronavirus testing Major League Baseball in the MLB Players Association, announcing at 38 positive test of 3185 samples taken as part of the mandatory intake screening process to start summer camp earlier this week. Among those 38 positive test 31 players and seven staff members with 19 different clubs having one or more individuals test positive. That means 11 11 ball ball clubs clubs actually actually had had zero zero players players or or personnel personnel come come back back positive positive for for the the virus, virus, and and they'll they'll be be in in the the players players union union are are not not revealing revealing the the identities identities of of anyone anyone who who has has tested tested positive positive those those who who did did we'll we'll have have to to test test negative negative twice before being permitted to rejoin their teams. Matt

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The technology behind the discovery of a new blue hue

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:13 min | 2 d ago

The technology behind the discovery of a new blue hue

"The It is feeling an open sky and ocean and chemistry today geeking out about the color blue. From American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm Ali would. So it turns out. It's very rare to discover new color pigments, an oregon chemist, a major breakthrough in the science of color. A decade ago, he discovered the I knew blue pigments in more than two hundred years, and just about a month ago, that pigment was cleared for use in commercial products that as it happens, are actually more energy efficient as paint and surface colorings, and now that same chemist is pushing color science forward again. Oregon public broadcasting just burns reports. Matsu Superman is a scientist versed in serendipity. The happy chance occurrence the lottery of the amazing, many of the importance, scientific discoveries come by accident. Clearly a pot of boiling science serendipity was in play a decade ago when his Oregon State University lab discovered the new pigment which would be named union men blue. He was looking for new materials to use an electronics, but what came out of the furnace was something else entirely I couldn't believe it. I was shocked because the samples Gimmel, so blue paints made with Yin and blue or highly heat reflective in the formula has been licensed for use. Since that Discovery Mayan has focused on the chemistry of color. He and Brett dual who just got his PhD started experimenting with a mineral called Hip night, which is mostly found in meteorites, and they tried adding a little bit of cobalt to make another blue pigment. We didn't expect it to be as intense as it was. The formula for cobalt blue made without hip night was discovered about two hundred years ago, but paint made with the pigment comes with health warnings because it can be toxic, this new color could be less toxic because it uses a fraction of the cobalt. Cobalt was so low. Giving off the same color essentially. It was a little surprised moment followed by an a Ha moment like an hour or so later dual says materials are also cheaper by a six, but it's still too early to know. If night blue will catch on with manufacturers, the labs discovery is only a few months. Old David Waller is with the Color Pigments Manufacturers Association, representing. That produce colors for paints, coatings and plastics. He says the adoption of new pigments can take years certainly room. To add something new because some older technologies have been phased out regardless of hip night, Blues Future Ma Superman Ian is continuing his search for color every day. Walk into this chemistry building. I don't know what I'm going to discover. I have some ideas I have some goals, but once you enter the lab. Put things together. You don't know what's going to be. This is the exciting part what we do and the next big color challenge ahead. We'll be red.

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Bolton slams Trump's approach to world leaders as "naive and foolish"

Chad Hartman

03:33 min | 2 d ago

Bolton slams Trump's approach to world leaders as "naive and foolish"

"John Bolton and a man who was NASA security visor to President Trump is with us. I'm holding his book in my Hand Right now book that just sold 100,000 copies in its first week, the room where it happened. John. Thank you so much for your time, and our time is short. So I want to try to go as quick as we can, but also give you the opportunity to give thorough answers and again. Thanks for coming on me right in the book extensively. Absolutely. Thank you, sir. You're accessing the book, and you just make the point that the president is incapable of this job that he isn't willing To put in the work, and it's all about himself. I'm sure you are aware of some of that belief before you came to the White House. I'm sure you saw it fairly quickly. Why not leave right away? Once you realize the president is Curious. Well, I have certainly heard the criticisms before I joined the White House on. But I'd also had a number of conversations with Trump before the election during the transition during the first year, I recount some of them in in the book. And he knew what my views were. He knew my approach to the major crises that I thought we were going to face. So hey, gave me the offer, so I assumed he had paid attention to what I said, and I felt Despite all the criticism that we could make it work, I felt the United States was facing ah, number of very severe threats and challenges around the world. I thought after eight years of the Obama administration, we were In jeopardy and a number of places and I thought I could make a contribution. The book really is the story of whether I turned out to be right or wrong about that. But You know, it's Ah Ah, What when you're in when you're trying to do the right thing, trying to give advice to the president. Ah, and work on policy matters. You continually hope. For the best outcome and you know, you understand a lot of your recommendations are going to be rejected. That's the way it works. I used to say I was the national security advisor. I was not the national security decision maker. Everything's jump in just because just because our time is short of it once you realise that he wasn't paying attention to the briefings and and the way he was talking Two fellow leaders in his deference to Putin and Erdogan. Others wasn't there a party, they said. I just shouldn't be a part of this. He's never going to change and I want to get out of here. Sure that's the point out is coming to everybody's got to make that decision for himself. I've been criticized sort of on both ends of this by people who said you should have resigned after the 1st 30 days of the 1st 60 days or, you know, pick pick a number. And I've been criticized by people who have said you had a duty not to resign. You had a duty to stay in until the very end. I suppose there's a big alumni Association of former senior advisors and office holders in the Trump administration. I know a lot of them went through the same kind of decision that I had two. It's a very personal thing. How How long do you put up with the sorts of things you've asked about? I don't think there's a perfect answer. I considered resigning several times before I ultimately did. I don't. I don't think you ought to resign in a fit of pique. I think you ought to make the best effort you can hit history will judge that That's what I can say. But I think people made these decisions in good faith.

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NFL cuts two weeks of preseason games amid coronavirus protocol preparations

Derek Hunter

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

NFL cuts two weeks of preseason games amid coronavirus protocol preparations

"The NFL cutting the preseason and half and pushing the start of exhibition playback a week to get players more time to get in shape. Teams haven't been able to gather together since last season because of the pandemic teams will begin reporting to training camp July 28th. The exhibition slate will now begin August 20th instead of August 13th. The league and the Players Association have been meaning to find ways to make sure they could have games in a safe

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Minimum wage in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago increases take effect July 1

Chicago Tonight

02:12 min | 3 d ago

Minimum wage in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago increases take effect July 1

"In the recent past Illinois, does in fact have a budget to? To begin the fiscal year I'll be on. It is one it's dependent on. Borrowing is precariously. Allen's given the government revenues cookie, taking such a head during the corona virus pan-demic, and that brings us to the first law that I'm going to focus on the increase in the minimum wage is a major victory for lower income earners not so much for retailers. Gets a real kick in the teeth, frankly to every retailer in state of Illinois. Retail Merchants Association Rob. Card notes that it is the second hike in the state. Minimum wage that Illinois employers have had to factor into their expenses this year Illinois minimum wage rose by one dollar from eight, twenty, five to nine, twenty, five January now at such a go up my book every year until it reaches fifteen dollars in the year twenty twenty-five, those who work in the city of Chicago will reach that Mark. Faster Illinois new minimum. Minimum wage may be ten dollars an hour, but in the city it's now fourteen bucks up from thirteen in the rest of Cook County when the suburbs thirteen dollars up from twelve, there are some exceptions for smaller businesses for those who work on tips like restaurant servers. Employers will certainly appreciate employees that has will certainly appreciate those to their paychecks, but retailers say it was always going to be tough and especially so in the midst of a pandemic. We're dealing with record unemployment where dealing with retailers who are frankly hanging on If you worry a retail, I can apparel shop for example. Occupational at fifteen percent, fifty percent occupancy is not viable over the long term. We're talking. A lifeline hopefully goes to the next phase. It's buying time how anyone expects us to really get back on our feet. Rehire. Do any of those things that they would like to see us do when we're imposing? These kind of artificial cost is real question.

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Michigan governor closes indoor bars, allows to-go cocktails

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

Michigan governor closes indoor bars, allows to-go cocktails

"Throughout most of the state bar's at least starting at 11 o'clock this evening. Governor Whitmore's signed a new executive order today. Saying bars and restaurants can sell cocktails to go in an effort to help those businesses but still shutting some of them down. Coming up in the bottom of the hour. We will talk live with the chair of the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association to see his reaction. And the latest case count from Lansing, the state now

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American Airlines defend moves to full-capacity flights

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

American Airlines defend moves to full-capacity flights

"American Airlines, starting to book full flights, in spite of concerns that doing so will spread Covad 19. Now the association of Professional Flight attendants once federally mandated safety measures, including a rule that requires mask wearing the entire flight. If everyone's wearing a mask on board the aircraft, it will greatly limit the transmission of 19. The union's Paul Heart shorn says passengers who refused to wear masks should be banned from flying until face coverings are no longer needed.

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How To Navigate Stress

The LEADx Show

05:48 min | 3 d ago

How To Navigate Stress

"Everyone? This is Patrick Baranov. I'm here to do a Webinar on how to effectively navigate stress and lead slash help others and the reason I have lead in there because to me as we go through this. I think you'll see that. This is not just a workshop on how to navigate stress internally, but to me this is about this is a leadership workshop where I spend most of. My time working with organizations so a little bit of background. Be Behind me. I run a podcast called lead like no other actions that inspire which will soon be changing to leadership reimagined, and that really is. Based on a lot of the work that I've been doing this podcast has been in existence for. Almost, two years now, but some of my background ice tablist, my business in two thousand eight, which, for those that remember that was our last financial crisis so I'm I'm familiar with the space for for what that's worth, and there are three areas that I focus. My work on one is on emotional intelligence. A model that I use is out of Australia. The group is called Genus, and it's a workplace model I also do a lot of work both disk in the five dysfunctions of a team. In combining those and then the last piece, it's like a three legged stool. Is Around Influence and bias research. And I was able to get certified and trained under a gentleman named Robert Dini down in Phoenix Arizona, the three of those for all of the work that I do and what we're GonNa talk about today in regards to leader stress, management and leading. Are All relevant and pieces. Those will come out throughout this. So. Here's some contact information for me as well. And I will start this out as I mentioned to me this leadership workshop. Even though we're talking about stress, management and I say that from this quote. John Quincy Adams said if your actions inspire someone. To Do to dream, more learn more do more and become more your leader. Nothing in here about a title and I think we really have an opportunity. It's our actions that will inspire others, and how we relate to stress and navigate stress, ourselves will have the ability to impact other people around us to, and that's why they're so important. So, the objectives here right explore the biological psychological and social aspects of the Human Stress Response, and it is a response and we're GONNA. Look at it really from a few different areas right the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual impact of stress, and it really does impact all of those. So then we'll look at understanding. What are some of the coping strategies that we can use to either increase, or what once damage our resilience? And this really is meant to be almost a buffet, even though you probably can't find buff as anymore because of the environment we're in. That this really will be an opportunity to take a look at what are some different strategies that I can use that fit in in my lifestyle. You don't need to choose them all. But there's something here for everybody in terms of how you can effectively navigate, stress yourself or help somebody else. And then from there, we'll look at a model that I put together and it's journal actually. Called the power. Journal, and there are a number of activities in that promote both wellbeing resilience. And this is based on a lot of research I will say foundationally. One of them is based on one that was done by gentleman named Sean Acre. WHO A HARVARD RESEARCHER! And he did what was called the twenty one day challenge, and he actually did this back in Glebe two thousand nine, so at that point of financial crisis before. And he actually did it with A. Group Company that was in the financial industry. And what they found when they when they did these activities that we'll talk about the end. That the the individuals that were able to follow through on this twenty one day challenge themselves to be in a happier place and to me if we can identify those things and find that and find a way to be happier, rebuild more resilient and well. Being I think all of us want that. Especially now. So a couple pieces of research talking about the origins of stress. If you weren't familiar before you probably are now in regards to the CDC their definition of stress, harmful, physical and psychological responses when job requirements don't match capabilities, skills, resources, or needs of the worker and I think in the environment that we're in now. Most of US probably feel stress in one of those areas. Now, what's important here is this. CDC's definition also goes on to say that this should not be confused with challenges and I've listed. You stress here. Because we need stress stresses important for us as well because it provides us an opportunity. To grow and improve. It's only when we lose control of it. That it becomes damaging to us and really that's what this workshop or webinars focused on. Undoing is providing ways that we can take the stress that we're dealing with the situations that we're dealing with and find ways to navigate those and I would say almost leverage these. So the next piece I'll talk about. Is this one that was done by the? American psychological, association. This was a survey. Twenty fourteen where they served. A little over three thousand individuals, and they ask them questions in four different areas, work money, family and health. I've only listed to here. Is it relates to both work in financial stress but I think if we were to take this today. We probably would all agree that? These would probably higher than sixty percent.

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600 Dallas Police Officers, Spouses to Get COVID-19 Testing

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

600 Dallas Police Officers, Spouses to Get COVID-19 Testing

"Around 600 Dallas police officers and their spouses Got Cove in 19 tests, courtesy of a partnership between the Dallas Police Association and safe work. The department has recorded an upsurge in positive tests recently. So the Associative association felt that testing was a must. Jennifer is the wife of an officer and says, This gives them a little peace of mind in these uncertain times, manic or whether it's protester. It's very stressful, not knowing when he leaves her work, whether that collect in a minute. I think the Police association says the results should come in between 36 48 hours from a local lab

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Allied Pilots Association proposal for the government to buy middle seats

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:04 min | 5 d ago

Allied Pilots Association proposal for the government to buy middle seats

"American Airlines pilots. Union wants the government to buy middle seats. And this comes from the Allied Pilots Association of the APA. And they're her proposing in a white paper that the government by seats so that no passenger has to sit next to a stranger. Interesting concept, it'll have much in the way of legs, but interesting idea. Yeah. It sounds expensive to me. I'm not sure that the US to go for this but certainly give them Kudos for trying It sounds a little bit like another stimulus package, or you know perhaps a bailout, but you know they're. They're saying that they'd like to see the government by some minimum number of seats at average twenty, nine thousand nine hundred fares well Gosh. That's that's a sweetheart deal. Especially when you figure, fares are probably less than half of what they were last year. I'm guessing. What what what have you seen? Miami Reconfirms Affairs? What I've seen a little bit of everything. Really although it's kind of hard to tell because a lot of times when I have to be position from one side of the country to another the travel department will obviously by this ticket on very short notice, and obviously those takes a bit more expensive so but overall I have seen when I when I book my travel to be at the beginning of my patterns, I have a couple of days to kind of look around. See what works best and overall I have seen a an overall decrease in the prices. Of those of those tickets, but then again. I am no longer able to book anything direct from from Phoenix to Cincinnati. I have to sometimes You know to change planes twice, which is unheard of just a few months ago there? There's still certain certainly tons of will. They used to be certain twin tons of direct flights on South West from Phoenix Cincinnatian an even American Airlines so. But now obviously having a change your airplanes. Once or twice, it's really really a pain, but up to answer. Your question is i. have seen prices go down. If you plan accordingly well there. There's the other solution is just have the airlines take out the middle seats. You'll lose weight. You Save Gas. You know and. Am I wrong I if you're paying somebody. If there were going to do it as current prices. It's probably better that everybody's interest just to take out the middle seats. You know and Just for the weight savings and the efficiency of it than it is to you know, try to have the government. You know. Is How much the middle see how much a middle seat is worth. To every airline, you know, 'cause a middle seat to South West is not the same as middle seat to. American or United? This is fine, but why don't we just? I don't know. We've all wanted. The middle seats eliminated anyway, so let's just eliminate the. Row IF YOU WANNA learn more about the as concept here. They came up with a great acronym. seats as he ats for the so at seats probably came first, and then the IT stands for safe essential air transportation seating and gave them a link to that, and in the show notes, and yeah, it is based on available seat. Miles by airline scaled to available seat miles. ASM's in two thousand nineteen, so they're they. They've come up with a calculation here. That tries to not give anyone airline an advantage, but certainly sure interested in learning more about this you can. You can check out their white paper. It's not hugely long or difficult to read. but the the executive summary simply states under seats this concept the government would purchase enough seats on each flight to eliminate the need for any passengers. Sit next to a stranger. Thanks to uniform social distancing passengers would be more would be encouraged to fly more here. Lines would be encouraged to operate more flights, and the government would ensure the preservation of critical transportation infrastructure and associated jobs, so partners wouldn't have sit next to each other. Kids would not have to be in in seats next strangers. A whole good thing. I think there is one problem with that I. Mean when you said I thought. Hey, that's a great idea. And I started thinking about any time I've seen. After the fact seats usually those three are all joined together I don't think you can just pull out the middle seat. Does anybody know for sure my recollection is? It's one unit well at It's It's quite common actually in Europe. When you fly Intra Europe. On on business class or quote unquote, business class. The first couple of roses seats will be will be your standard. Your standard three abreast you know the left hand the right. But the middle seat. The lumbar support of the middle seat actually falls down, and that becomes kind of like a little table between the two seats on the left, and on the right window and the aisle. So that's that's that's kind of one way of doing that. But to that point the whole social thing. I find it kind of interesting because it Yeah, it's it's. It's one of those feel good. Thanks to hectic to have your seat, mate, you know once he depart from you and that's great and all that stuff, but at the end of the day. Airs being recirculated in. It's all the same pressurization and air conditioning system. Obviously you know running that air through filters and everything else and the introduction of some new air into the cabin, being tapped from the engines through the bleed air system, but at the end of the day you're opening the same air. Obviously like I said Oh precautions are taken and all that stuff, but it really does matter whether you're sitting on top of each other or not.

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India's Burgeoning Crypto Scene with WazirX CEO Nischal Shetty

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

03:30 min | 5 d ago

India's Burgeoning Crypto Scene with WazirX CEO Nischal Shetty

"Waza Rex is part of the Internet and Mobile Association of India is the largest exchanges exchanges in India. So lots of talk about. regarding both the Indian crypto. SCENE AND The. General! Performance of the quine in other assets. In emerging markets stop in particular India's interesting, because it is the largest democracy world they've had a number of interesting macro events of course last year couldn't demonetisation. Where many people were stuck in bank lines trying to redeem their cash? After the government's slashed the maximum size paper currency they have a cultural affinity for Gold's. Ritchie exactly. What that translates shoot terms of digital goals. And talked about quite a few topics that might be of interest as we think about emerging market interest in crypto beyond just China. And East Asia. South Asia perspective long overdue for this podcast and I'm excited to talk more about it. Shelter Yeah. Great great connect here. So why don't we? Why don't we start just by Having, introduce yourself and and talk a little bit about S-. While direction and some of the work that you've been doing. Over the last couple of years, maybe you start with the origin story personally how you fell down the rabbit hole. On a show so to give a bit of a background about me. I started my career as a software engineer. Writing Gold for a typical corporate job, and then eventually I quit my job and start it up. a social media management off. Guard crowd fire, and this is be back in two thousand ten of been event credible still new. Building on top of the API was like a really new thing. The API platform ten stuff The advent vital. Signed up millions of users on that and a wild. This was happening I was also the Hula zone or finding what was new? On the time reading every blog that spoke about new tax and stuff, so I came across Bitcoin, billy, then two, thousand, nine, I even bigger remember trying to mind bitcoin on my. PC BAGHDAD But it was just you know just coming across as trying it out and then mowing. then again, Gordon? Do a Bitcoin and twenty, two, hundred, twenty, thirty when a couple of Wallace started emerging in that space. again tried out a few of those early wallet. Sand sent. A bitcoin through my friends Some and then again I just lay. brainy seventeen years the whole. I got garden the Rabbit. Dole says that I've never been able to come out of it, so I would say my initiation into crypto happen and twenty seventeen. And eighteen built was. My my idea was to build sort of. Obey for people in India too easily on Crypto and when I experienced a global products and products that well being built in our country I saw a stock defense in the whole use it expedience, and that motivated me to build something which everyone in India accord easily on Border Crypto, and that's how I ended up bailing was he'd eggs?

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"american bar association" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"american bar association" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The day after the super did Tuesday the American Bar Association and Chief Justice Roberts refute Schumer for threatening Gorsuch and Cavanaugh yesterday I want to tell you gore's arch I want to tell you Cavanaugh you ever leave the whirlwind and you will pay you know where did you if you go forward with these awful decisions whoa that here in just a little bit meanwhile Joe Biden out there campaigning after his big super Tuesday victories we're about to rebuild the middle class in a way that we should be building that now we will we were tired we took on a climate change everything was just beginning but we know we have so much more do we have to put in a bigger broader vision for this nation and make it happen and but first first we have to defeat Donald Trump meanwhile Mike Bloomberg endorses Biden he fought for working people his whole life and I'm glad to say I endorse Joe Biden and I hope you will join me and working to make him the next president of the United States just I saw that there that was that was totally a spur of the moment decision eyes I saw that audio guy and I just said okay I'm gonna play that okay meanwhile were worth where they had an Olympic hockey game did you see and I posted it on Twitter yesterday did you see those campaign people you know cheering that Mike Bloomberg they kind of rap I don't know what it was about yes yeah I played I have the audio of it yeah you got to see the video of it yeah it's kind of odd it really really is odd meanwhile birdies out there more.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"American Bar Association says higher standards are unfair to minorities. No, I'm not I'm not making. You know, I knew the day would come. I've told you that they would come that speaking the English language with a certain degree of literacy would be considered racist. When you consider rap artist who speak fifty words of English and make fifty million a year. Now, the as saying highest standards are unfair to minorities. Okay. Very good. So now, the border belts down the language meltdown the culture melts down, and you still don't see the light. Do you? Swedish liberalism is struggling under the weight of immigration. No kidding, meaning bringing in Syrian terrorists into Sweden and the Swedes who are so pacifist. Now, they don't even know if they're Viking ancestry was have no idea accepted, four hundred thousand so-called asylum seekers from the halls of the Middle East who are stretching the country's social services to the breaking point crime is out of control. Yeah. Right. Okay. Immigration. Great really good for Sweden. Shortage your anxiety, drug leaves patients scrambling. Apparently, there's a lot of Americans who think that their anxiety is unique unique enough to be Medicated and they're on anti anxiety drugs, like valium Xanax and boost Perron boosts Pearl. Never heard of that one. A sudden shortage of one of the safest anti anxiety drugs on the market has spread along people who rely on the medication boosts Perron to get through the day without debilitating, anxiety and panic attacks. Can I tell you that anxiety and panic attacks on the norm for most people living in New York? That's the norm your medicating. What's the normal state of mind in big cities is is exciting. Paddock. What do you expect? If you live in a city like that. So now the drugs that keep these morons sedated are unavailable. Okay. It's not my problem. It's your problem when I learn how to control your anxiety some other way border protection agents, make largest fennel busts in US history. Well, it sounds like a big deal seizing and fifty four pounds of Fenton hill at a street value of three and a half million dollars. You know, what that is? I would say that this bust offensive Neil six hundred and fifty pounds of meth and Fangio combine, but it's a good start. But I don't think it's going to stop anything. I mean Hollywood can't run without Fenton hill, and such you think Hollywood could run without methamphetamine offensive. Isn't that why these movies are like they are? Howard Schultz freaked out by democratic backlash to independent presidential run. Rethinks effort guy, actually sounds centrist. So they ripped his head off because he's not as insane as occasional cortex. Well, there's a lot of other stories out here. If you care to comment on the insanity of the democrat party, if you're a democrat who has left the party, and you feel left out and picked upon the phone number's eight five five four hundred seven two eight two if you to say to me in a cypher all this crap is garbage. What really is important to you savage in terms of news. It's clear it's clear that the Neo cons got control of Donald Trump. The Baltin school of warmongering is now running the White House foreign policy. They're letting him play around with the wall. You'll see they'll let him have a little fun with Lynn stuff like that. But the big boys surrounding Trump one or with Russia, not a real war. I don't mean with thorough nuclear exchange or anything like that the Bolton wouldn't like that. Because then you wouldn't have any serfs boss around an arrest. No mild nuclear exchange, maybe sinking of a ship the downing of one of our planes, maybe killing about a thousand of our man with a small nuclear exchange. A little battlefield note know that would make little and feel bigger and all of his Neo friends and the radio television business who are not happy unless there's blood running out of their mouths. So that to me is the biggest story which is Bolton and the Neocons have seizing power around Donald Trump. You might say, it's the it's the deep state. You might say it's the democrat party you'd be right? You could add in the Republicans will also make money off the deal. The big deal is the nuclear treaty with Russia being torn up by Donald Trump because as far as I'm concerned, it's gonna start a bigger arm race. And also Dr Russia into the arms of the real terrorists nations on earth, the real ones. So why all of a sudden is Russia? Our enemy. Well, you can thank democrat party for demonizing. Putin Hillary Clinton for calling Putin Hitler.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"There are a lot of winners today, actually. And the chance for bread Kavanagh st- potential supreme court Justice to be the ultimate winner. Is there on the table as well? But there are some winners today. There are even some pleasant surprises objective. People would tell you again, those you with pitchforks conspiracy theories. Hopeless anyway, so. It's it's a pretty healthy afternoon. Overall with a lot of people having a good day that you had I think who's having a good day would be lawyers of the world and the law in general the American Bar Association today early this morning came out. This is the very American Bar Association that Brad Kavanagh referenced in his recommendations during the confirmation hearings yesterday, the American Bar Association says for the rule of law you need to step back slow the process and have an FBI investigation before you go any further the Yale Law School the dean of the Yale Law School of which Brad Kavanagh referenced at least four or five times yesterday. Best law school in the country where he is also a lecturer came out today and said in joining the American Bar Association says the Senate Judiciary committee needs to suspend its consideration until an FBI investigation is completed into multiple sexual assault allegations, the head of the Yale Law School of which Br cavenaugh referenced several times yesterday said, quote, I joined the American Bar Association in calling for an additional investigation into allegations made against judge cavenaugh preceding with the confirmation process without further investigation is not in the best interest of the court, or our legal profession. So then, you know, suddenly got a good afternoon. That was Donald Trump. He had a great afternoon. Trump sounded great today had his again, many of you in a conspiracy theories and pitchforks and things like that. And everything is black and white. You may disagree. But he had a thoughtful couple of minutes a very thoughtful couple of minutes of which he even stopped himself. He didn't ramble. He didn't get upset. He he took the time to say that he found the professor yesterday. He said, I found her to be very compelling. She seems to be very fine person very credible. This I think the Senate Judiciary committee should do what it thinks is best. And then more than once may he made a reference more than once he made a reference to. I just want them to do. What's best for the American people? He said it twice, and then he stopped talking. Right. He's tone, which is best moment. He started talking about Venezuela. But I thought he looked very presidential today in all of this. And listen, we're I said, I'm glad they're going to do that for two reasons. A we need to learn the truth. Yeah. That's a course be if they rush and get cavenaugh in there, which they might have an is going to have a monkey on his back the rest of his career, and that's not fair to that, man. Because I think the truth is somewhere in between and all this. And if you go to Kavanagh's friend, the God bless his heart who's an alcoholic a cancer survivor. He's already said through his lawyer that he will cooperate. You get his statement. He says he was in there. He corroborates Cavanaugh or corroborates the doctor, and we move on we move on. But I think Republicans. I think they got bailed out today. I think they got go. Today. It was really really bad. Look of this rush to judgment. In fact, I think it was as I said yesterday, I think in some twisted perverted way that I think Democrats wanted them to fast track it, so it could be used against them. That's what little I think of all the politicians involved. So I think they were they were bailed out today. The fact that cavenaugh hasn't said sure do it, please. Do it is a little disconcerting Trump said today. Now, I don't know if he can completely pass the buck on giving you okay for the FBI investigation. Which by the way, the news is it's going to happen. It's going to happen because cavenaugh does not have the votes and the only way they're going to get the votes. Obviously, we'll talk about the guy who won the day, and maybe more, but Trump says would press on views about a potential FBI investigation. He said he'll rely what the Senate Judiciary committee decides. She says that'll be a decision. They're going to make I support them. I'll. Occurs to do. Whatever is best for the American people. And then he stopped talking. It was a highlight so far of the Trump presidency. Honestly, right. Then he sounded solid sounded president. You're the guy who wins the day is an interesting character who have been waiting for this almost now Jeff flake. Is is a leper in today's nationalist, anti Reagan Republican party the party of today. The nationalist party today is about as far from Reagan as you can get and flake by and large movie about as close to Reagan as you could get for people who call themselves conservative. Now, that's a different term today. It is totally just completely different. But in Reagan would not survive today and the Republican party, and that's why flake is not going to survive. And that's why flake has become a leper. But he wins the day he day because he did something because of his position he's not running. Again. He couldn't get elected more than likely in Arizona. But he did what what what what needed to be done have some type of common sense attitude about the interesting. He's a guy who again, he's a leper today. He's on his way out. And he's a guy that I think has been looking for this moment. I think he's been thinking if I just take this higher ground. If I continually take the higher ground somehow, I'm going win. And today he gets the prize for taking the higher ground. Because he's the reason why the brakes have been put on this thing. Which by the way is exactly what the framers wanted. They wanted the process to be slow. They did not want the process to be fast. They wanted the process to be slow so flake stops the whole thing and says. I'll vote. Yes. If you do this investigation would be a a investigation short short a longer than a week, and he says in order to fill the due diligence. He said before the committee, it would be proper to delay the floor votes for up to but not more than one week in order to let the FBI continued to do an investigation. He said with that concept in mind, I will vote to advance the Bill to the floor with that understanding. He said he will not vote. Yes. During the Senate vote without an FBI investigation. The see if this woman is telling the truth and no thinking person. Could disagree with that first of all Hamad Cavanaugh and Republicans ED's right? You don't want this hanging? She was so credible. Now, not all of you granted. But she was credible enough to say, oh, man. We'd better pause. Yeah. Doesn't mean she you know, that she's right? Because we don't know that she's right? But she was credible enough to say you got to pause. You can't just let this go. This can't go on and for that. He was gonna be it's gonna be used if Republicans got bailed out by this. Because now unless of course, they find out that Cavanaugh was lying, and then they're not bailed out by this. But if it turns out that Cavanaugh was telling the truth in this woman is misguided or whatever then they get bailed out. Yeah. Holy bailed out. And cavenaugh can go on and cavenaugh can have that that news conference. He probably desperately wants to say, I'm glad this happened. I told you so I'm right? I wish you well. And he gets to say clean slate. Thank you. I move on. It works for him. Exactly. At worked for him and avid rather see this happen, then ham rushing through and half the country saying it was a terrible approval. Tainted. He's he's a woman abuser. I want. We he deserves the tree he deserves. And again, it's not I don't think it's going to take brain surgery on this to go to maybe re people and say, okay. Don't lie to the FBI. What did you say? Who is there and move on? I thought what Trump said was right now, I am not optimistic enough that Trump doesn't backtrack. But although it Trump said was right. Forget the people involved for a second. You don't want this to be tainted me, I know that we've become nothing, but hacks and suck ups and narrow minded and everything is about our team. But in the end, I mean, you you don't want the court to be anymore politicized. And at the end of the day yesterday. It felt completely politicized helps take some of that away and the average person should want that. And I think Trump was even honest enough to say, look, this is going to be the best thing for everyone. I'm good with it. And I think what we're flake flake wins the day. And I tell you what he may have just done elevated himself may have just inserted himself as the very position. He may have wanted all along, you know, here's a guy that's far more like Reagan the Republican party of today. Here's that moralist that a lot of people used to say about the Republican party. This guy is is pure as the driven snow. This is what you used to say you liked and now he gets at the end of the day. Even though he's getting pushed out the door. He gets the highlights and he gets to become the modern day anti Republican old school Reagan, Republican, and it may have elevated him into a race. He's anti Trump Republic. Yeah. It's that anti nationalist, the monitor Republican party's anti Reagan. He gets to now take that back with this holier than thou position that he wins by doing this, especially for the supreme court, Jeff, I think we gotta get away from from this political football. I never heard when liberal liberal liberal Salta may or or keagan our name any liberal Ginsburg. I never remember the injection of so much live Ginsburg was I think I was at the twenty s thirty seven, but I don't have to. Pre World War Two. I don't ever remember politics being interjected so much by a candidate are surrounding it. We know we know. Sodomy? Are we know Kagan they're left of left? We know that. But they sit on the court, and we know what they're gonna do think we know what Kavanagh's going to do because he's going to be a conservative member. But to have this late and just terrible politics. And I know what was born to because, but it is an end Clarence Thomas, but good guy, everybody everywhere, everybody got bailed out by Jeff flake, y'all. Got bailed out by Geoffrey, you can say otherwise. But in fact, that the democrat tell you who the losers might be Dianne Feinstein might be a big loser in this because she comes off for good reason, we as a total political hack who served this poor woman up as chum in the water. So she's a loser in this. And the the dudes that were ranting yesterday and to a degree. I think become losers in this. But did you see Lindsey Graham today Lindsey Graham was hopefully opposite yesterday. Then he was today today. Day. He sounded calm. He sounded he sounded like, okay, we're gonna get. They all got some perspective. They got out of that little room of breather on exhaust fumes of total testosterone. I said oh my gosh. The entire country. Even Donald Trump is saying this woman seems credible. Right. We don't know. It's the right call if you don't like it don't really care, you should appreciate this. And the framers would certainly appreciate this. And that is always always always put the brakes on you're still going to hear from the rush types about how this is a Clinton conspiracy tan, I keep hearing it all day long. When you have a key issue before anything in congress to the Senate, you have lobbyists, these lobbyists might have worked for Hillary for Biden or so and so for so, and so, but they made it into this black helicopter deal where it's all Hillary driven. It's George Soros and Hillary which is a load of crap Ola. I think that's a load of crap. Right. But that's not that's. Some people that's our world and talk radio. But that's why I think flake won the day. And I think that even people like Lindsey Graham said, wow, the universe is bigger than six percents. The universe is far bigger than that. And they have to be happy today that he took the position that he took that. Yeah. It's gonna slow the process. Yeah. So what so what so what and I don't I don't know. What does it matter that might have been an orchestrated deal by those who are against Cavanaugh to have that thing that today while on the on the elevator with lake with the women who were survivors of sexual assault. Yeah. They were they were pretty keen and the TV cameras on..

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"american bar association" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The American Bar Association calling on the Senate Judiciary committee to delay. The supreme court nominee confirmation of Brett caught Cavanaugh until an FBI investigation is done into the sexual assault allegations. They've written a letter. Letter to the Senate Judiciary committee saying it's making the request after hearing yesterday from Christine Blasi Ford, she accused cavenaugh of sexual assault. He strongly denied those allegations. Meanwhile, Washington this morning he's waiting on a vote on cabinet nomination. And everyone is watching a group of senators who could impact the process going forward. ABC's Mary Bruce is on Capitol Hill. Republicans are eager to move to a vote with judge Cavanaugh speed hanging in the balance. What comes next depends on a handful of key senators Republicans Jeff flake, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski who told us she needed to sleep on it and red state Democrats like Joe Manchin his office says he is one hundred percent undecided. Back here at home. A pharmacologist testifying in the trial of a white Chicago police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Liqun McDonald says PCP in the teenagers system could have caused aggression rage, hallucinations, James Thomas, O'Donnell said during a Van Dyke murder trial yesterday. That someone with that much PCP in their system had could have had feelings of omnipotence omnipotence. And this. Testimony will continue today the defense continuing to present its side of the story. The feds are withholding millions of dollars in grant money from Chicago public schools. The civil rights sector of the US department of education has cut off fifteen million dollars in public funding that was here Mark for CPS. It claims CPS violated federal law and his failed to protect students from sexual violence in a letter to CPS Thursday at said Chicago school district is obligated to address recent sexual abuse complaints. And what it calls district wide patterns of harm. It's says CPS has been unable to show that it's capable of meeting those obligations Vic Vaughn, WGN news, all forty seven people survived after a plane crashed while trying to land in a Pacific lagoon passengers and crew waded through waist deep water to the plane's emergency exits and. Escaped on local boats that came to the rescue. They're a new lawsuit filed yesterday accused suburban company stared jenex of releasing toxic chemicals into the air thirty Jeff Kroll says the company is a public health hazard. This is now the nineteenth largest. Cancer cluster in the country, the twenty-six count lawsuit includes negligence and civil battery charges now, let's get an update on WGN sports with Dave. This is fun as it gets. I mean, this is what you touch play for cubs. Third baseman, David Bodey whose two run triple gave the cubs all around. They needed in a win. They needed three nothing over Pittsburgh. Kevin Powell doesn't get much better than this cubs. Cardinals with all sorts of playoff implications on the line should be pretty hot around here. I'm I'm looking forward to Joe mad enough for the cubs. Secured a full game lead on the brewers Saint Louis clinging onto postseason hope with just three days to go. There are game out of the wildcard cubs can clinch the division as early as Saturday or could be decided as late as Monday with a tiebreaker Kyle Hendricks pitches against the cardinals. And Adam Wainwright today. The brewers host the Tigers tonight finding a home at the big league. Sponsored by the village of Bedford park building for the future to the socks. Young pitchers. Bring their seasons to a close. Today at Minnesota Reynaldo. Lopez will start game one of the day night doubleheader against the twins. The twenty four year olds finishing strong SOX. Have won six of his last seven starts the only lost that span wanted nothing. And he's allowed just two runs in twenty seven innings this month. Lucas g Lido will work. The nightcap the twenty four year old ten or twelve on the year. Winningest pitcher on the socks staff will have gained one today. Twelve thirty five here on WGM two nights earlier. The Blackhawks Red Wings combined for fourteen goals last night, the hawks in senators combined for three Ottawa winning two to one hawks host Columbus tomorrow. The Ryder Cup the morning fourball matches are over US takes three of the four th the only defeat Tiger Woods. Patrick Reed losing to Francesco Molinari, Tommy Fleetwood, but the US takes three points Europe. What? Dave edit WGN sports. Football season score big in visit Bartoli's restaurant catering and wits dining before the order to go Berlet Bartoli's expert staff. Katie you football tailgate parties. Many features pizza's sandwiches, amazing pastas and sixty years on top including many local. Named bodily the top ways in Illinois and among the top ten of the nation for spaghetti and meatballs. 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"american bar association" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"John Jeffreys. The American Bar Association is calling for the FBI to investigate the sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee, brick cavenaugh ABA President Robert Karlsson sent a letter to the chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday after a dramatic day of testimony on Capitol Hill by cabin. I in his accuser the letter says an appointment to the supreme court is too important to Russia vote. At also says the Gabay respects the rule of law and due process. In the meantime, supreme court nominee Kavanagh's apologizing to Senator Amy kluber shar after an encounter overdrinking air saying there's never been a case where you drink so much that you didn't remember what happened the night before are part of what happened. It's you're asking about blackout. I don't know. Have you says she doesn't have drinking problem and cavenaugh responded that he doesn't either cavenaugh came back after a break it apologized? John Jeffreys NBC News Radio. The attorney general of Texas is getting into a lawsuit against a. Houston area school district that suspended in African American student who refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance. Tom Roberts has the story can paxton's office is intervening in the suit against the state law that requires students to participate in the pledge unless their parents or guardians sends a note letting them opt out India Landry says the last line of the pledge with liberty and Justice for all is not obviously what's going on in America today. The Republican attorney general says school children cannot unilaterally refuse to participate in the pledge Tom Roberts NBC News Radio passengers aboard. Papua New Guinea Jen have a story to tell after the plane landed in a lagoon Friday morning. There were forty seven people aboard a flight that landed short of the runway crews quickly helped them to safety. And there were no serious injuries reported. The Pacific daily news reports that the airport's manager said the plane ended up one hundred sixty yards from the runway the federated states of Micronesians a chain of thousands of small islands in the Pacific Ocean. That includes the us territory of Guam. HBO boxing will soon be no more. Brian shook explains Home Box Office has announced plans to drop its life boxing coverage by the end of the year HBO has been one of the top broadcasters of boxing, the last forty five years and many notable fighters including Mike Tyson Floyd, Mayweather, Oscar de LA Hoya and Roy Jones junior have appeared on the channel HBO has aired more than eleven hundred fights with the first coming in nineteen seventy three in a heavyweight title bout between George Foreman and Joe Frazier. Brian shook NBC News Radio prince has an honorary degree from the university of Minnesota. The degree is to recognize the Rockstars influence on music and his role in shaping his hometown of Minneapolis. Prince's sister received a doctorate of humane letters on his behalf from the school's president and region at a ceremony yesterday. This comes after the school at planned to present him with the degree before his death in two thousand sixteen. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio. The two thousand eighteen global citizen festival coming to New York's central park tomorrow. And I heart radio will be there to bring it to you live with performances by Jesse Jackson. Janet Jackson's the weekend. Shawn Mendes me a global citizen.

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"american bar association" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Newsradio eight forty W H E S Louisville an iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Despite multiple calls for an FBI investigation. The Senate Judiciary committee plans to vote in the morning on the supreme court nomination of bread Cavanaugh after Christine Blasi Ford detailed or allegations of sexual improprieties against cavenaugh when they were in high school together cavenaugh vehemently denied any wrongdoing before the committee, he came in with an extremely angry town, but he was also highly emotional, I mean, women were constantly tweeting suppose a woman were crying like that. It would have been a disaster. But he was allowed to get away with it. ABC news chief political analyst Cokie Roberts, moderate, Tennessee, Republican. Bob corker announced he would vote for the cavenaugh nomination. The American Bar Association is the latest to call for an FBI probe of cavenaugh before the nomination moves forward. After initially endorsing cavenaugh, the weekly Jesuit publication, America magazine withdrew its backing in Minneapolis trial has been ordered for the police officer who shot and killed a woman who'd called for help in twenty seven. I haven't been county judge denying motion to dismiss charges of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter against Minneapolis. Police officer Mohammad nor in the fatal shooting of Justin Damon, nor and another officer were responding to a nine one one. Call placed by Damon who claims she had heard a possible sexual assault happening near her home. She was fatally shot when she approached the police car, the judge setting officer his trial for April. Ryan burrow, ABC news to pilots dead to passengers on hospital critical lists after their private jet crashed after landing at Greenville, South Carolina. Breaking in to as it went down a steep embankment at runways and.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KSRO

"From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Despite multiple calls for an FBI investigation. The Senate Judiciary committee plans to vote in the morning on the supreme court nomination of bread cavenaugh after Christine Blasi Ford. Details are allegations of sexual improprieties against cavenaugh when they were in high school together cavenaugh vehemently denied any wrongdoing before the committee he came in with an extremely angry tone. But he was also highly emotional mean women were constantly, tweeting suppose a woman were crying like that. It would have been a disaster. But he was allowed to get away with it. ABC news chief political analyst Cokie Roberts, moderate, Tennessee, Republican. Bob corker announced he would vote for the cabinet nomination. The American Bar Association is the latest to call for an FBI probe of cavenaugh before the nomination moves forward. After initially endorsing cavenaugh, the weekly Jesuit publication, American magazine withdrew its backing in Minneapolis trial has been ordered for the police officer who shot and killed a woman who had called for help and twenty seven. Nineteen. I hadn't been county. Judge denying motion to dismiss charges of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter against Minneapolis. Police officer Muhammad nor in the fatal shooting of Justice Damon, nor and another officer were responding to a nine one one call placed by Damon who claimed she had heard of possible sexual assault happening near her home. She was fatally shot what she approached the police car. The judge setting officer nor trial for April. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Two pilots dead to passengers on hospital critical lists after their private jet crashed after landing at Greenville, South Carolina. Breaking in to as it went down a steep embankment at runways in all forty seven passengers and crew survived when an Air New Guinea, Boeing seven thirty seven ditched in the water short of the runway at took island and Micronesian only some minor injuries reported why the jetliner didn't make it.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And then a committee could go in and look at the computer generated grid and say, well, you know, this part of boulder doesn't have a lot in common with the western slope. So or you and then fix it. So people with common interests, or you know, you divide it from rural to urban. I mean, there's a lot of different ways to do this. But we've got to take it out of the hands of politicians, regardless of party, by the way, this is a bipartisan movement. So this is not a Republican idea. This is not a democratic idea. And unlike what they did in California, which was just monkey up their voting system so much that Democrats never have to worry about Republicans getting elected this one seems to be very fair, and we're going to talk to Heidi all at two o'clock. This may be the only ballot initiative that I'm voting for so far. I have not looked at all the roads initiatives, and I told Dave today, we're gonna start scheduling people about these initiatives in the next few weeks. We're going to be having a lot of coverage on this stuff. So if you are is confused as I have been 'cause there just seems like there's so many. Just stick around. We'll try and cover all that stuff and let make it easy for you to follow along. So a couple of things happened in DC and last week over the weekend that were. Did you ever look at our politicians and go to do they believe the words that come out of their own mouths? I mean, do you ever think about that and being genuine I being for real serious here because the whole Cory Booker show last week was so dumb. It was. So just contrived. It was so just I wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't practice looking concerned, but that wasn't even the worst part. So last week breath Cavanaugh who by by the way. Got the highest rating the American Bar Association can give out it doesn't mean that they endorse him. It means that his credentials are that impeccable completely impeccable. Right. And Brett Cavanaugh is now being singled out for an answer. That can reasonably be interpreted one of two ways. And of course, they're going to go with the worst way possible. But if I see one more progressive liberal with Alli avenue had time to vet in. We haven't had documents. We haven't had that bad bad, bad bad. I went back and looked up something over the weekend about Justice Elena Kagan do know that when Justice Elena Kagan was being affirmed Republicans asked for more time to reductions that they had been provided. And do you know what Harry Reid said just go ahead? And guess they'll go click, guess guess. No. He said, no. That's what he said. And the hearing started on time. And oddly, I didn't see any screeching from the Washington Post. I accidentally read an EJ Dion column today, and my I q drop. So if I sound dumber today. I apologize. I was gonna make Dave ready to just for punishment. But then I thought I liked Dave. I do Karen Trinidad what's coming up in the news and a hurricane Florence is a category. Four hurricane heading for the adcose. Sad new. You know, what rob Marciano from ABC says, it could become a cat fi out get out of that place. Dr west come stay with me. I know you're inviting everybody to come stay with you know, what that's fine with me. I gotta I gotta through. All right. We'll put the word out and a famous celebrity is fighting cancer for third time. Those stories coming up on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. KOA?.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KOMO

"Were this on this Friday evening, as we take a look at some of the day's top stories, the US economy, showing consistent strength, even after nearly a decade of growth with Friday's jobs report for August, signaling that employers remain confident enough to hire freely and finally paying more generously. And President Trump tweets, no collusion. A great day for America. After a former campaign adviser, George popadopoulos received a fourteen day prison sentence for lying to the FBI. Komo news time six sixteen after three days of senators, sparring and sharp questions for President Trump supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. His confirmation hearing continues today with legal experts and outside witnesses, including former Nixon White House counsel John dean for more on this. We say Hello to ABC's. Andy Field who joins us from Washington. Obviously, john. Dean has a unique perspective, Andy when it comes to abuse of power having worked for Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal. What points did he try to make today during his testimony? Very powerful opening statement. He said John being John dean famously turned him his own president fixing for abuse of power. Brett Cabanillas writing indicate Cavanaugh would vote in favor of not indicting sitting president. He said quote under judge Kavanagh's view if the president shot someone in cold blood on Fifth Avenue. That president could not be prosecuted while and open. Cavenaugh? If confirmed will be the most presidential powers friendly judge in the modern era. Which? Some critics who said that's exactly why President Trump nominated him because he needed a kind of a safety net on the supreme court is this Russia Muller investigation ever got there and Muller decided to indict him or bring charges he could reliably on bread. Kevin. Deciding votes to say sorry. Well, also, legal experts and witnesses who testified today in support of judge Cavin. Our what were some of the points that they were attempting to make. Well, the American Bar Association gave judge Cavanaugh a report they said, they gave him the highest rating possible in terms of integrity, and and. Being a person that people can trust and work with. He was diligent what he did. They they went to great pains to say that their assessment of Kavanagh w his political views or how he decided Capers put the fact that he was someone who was trustworthy who seem to a balanced and rely on the law one hundred twenty people so. Certainly a big seal of approval of the American Bar Association. And maybe judges get that kind of unanimous seal of approval. You only need in this new era fifty one votes for confirmation. And as of right now does it appear. The judge has the votes. He needs to become the next supreme court Justice does former Senator John Kyle of Arizona was sworn in today as the replacement for John McCain died last weekend or actually two weeks ago. He will be a reliable vote for judge Kavanagh's, well as pretty much every Republican mayor Susan Collins who is the only question, Mark. And she said she was going to vote for anyone who would uphold the right to abortion the Roe versus Wade decision. Cavanaugh is a little page about this all he would say is that it is decided law the problem with. Law doesn't mean that supreme court can't change besides all votes to overturn precedent. And he wouldn't say how we would hold on this one way or the other ABC's Andy Field. Good enough to join us from Washington. The latest on the process for the next supreme court nominee, which would appear to be judge Brad Kavanagh. Thanks so much for your time. Thank you. Komo news time six twenty. Here's your propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now, the Dow was down seventy nine points to end the week, the S and P five hundred lost six the NASDAQ dropped twenty points and finished lower for the fourth day in a row that is the worst start to a September for the NASDAQ since two thousand eight at the onset of the financial crisis. Tesla's stock finished down six percent for something that has nothing to do with the trade war CEO, Elon Musk smokes pot on a podcast after which to top executives resigned said the party's over Scott Goldberg, ABC news money at twenty and fifty past the hour and traffic coming.

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"american bar association" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The American Bar Association. I in particular, pay special attention to the recommendation, and for me speaking, personally, it is very important ABA gave Kavanagh well-qualified writing, although many Democrats appear ready to vote against him. Anyway, White House officials are reportedly compiling a list of a dozen people. They think could have written an anonymous op Ed in the New York Times that slammed the president elisa's e has more on Thursday night. Senator rand Paul said, he thinks all White House employees with security clearance, should undergo a lie detector test to prove that their hands are clean. Other insiders think senior White House officials should signed sworn affidavits attesting to the fact that they didn't write it. Elon Musk's getting a lot of attention apple podcast. He did last night. It's more because of what he did. Then what he said, the tesla and SpaceX CEO drank whiskey and took a hit of what host Joe Rogan said was a joint of marijuana and tobacco. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. A dozen passengers and crew on two American Airlines flights arriving from Europe are being given the all-clear after showing flu like symptoms upon arrival in Philadelphia yesterday NBC's Ron Motte has more for the today show, both planes were detained doctors evaluating everyone on board the twelve passengers with symptoms were quarantine briefly health officials letting them go after determining it will save the flights originated in Paris and Munich customs and border protection said the measure was taken as a precautionary move a day after an Emirates plane was quarantined after landing in New York from Dubai after its crew and passengers showed similar symptoms. The American Airlines flights were not quarantined damage from two of the largest wildfires in California. The season is reaching nearly a billion dollars state insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, says insured losses from homes and businesses lost in the medecine complex and car. Fires have topped eight hundred forty five million dollars nearly ten thousand homes and businesses were destroyed by the fires in northern California over the summer. Oscar winning actress Sally field is remembering her on and offscreen partner. Burt Reynolds in a statement field set her years with Reynolds, never leave her mind, adding he will be in my heart and my history for as long as I live field and rentals were in relationship from nineteen seventy seven to nine thousand nine hundred eighty two during that time they co starred in four movies, including smokey and the bandit and Hooper Reynolds died yesterday at the age of eighty to a new study says the person you're hooking up with on Tinder could be a psychopath. The Dutch study found that almost one in four people on the dating apper already in a committed relationship, and those people are more likely to be psychopaths than the single users. The study's author says non single people who were also on tender reported higher scores on neurosis psychopathy, then non-single people who were not on tender. The also reported more casual hookups than single users. The study suggests people with those personality traits might be more susceptible to using dating.

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"american bar association" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"american bar association" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Today's the final scheduled day of Senate confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Witnesses testifying both for and against Cavanagh. Paul Moxley is with the American Bar Association gave him the highest rating possible, which is unanimously well qualified. Fide Louisiana democratic congressman. Dr chairman of the Congressional Black caucus testified against Kevin when we represent a collective conscious of this country black white in the spirit of Goodman, Cheney's one who gave their life to make this country a more perfect union and to fight for civil rights in the fight for Justice in it is within that spirit that we have grave concerns and oppose the nomination of Justice cabinet also said to testify today parkland school, shooting survivor, ally, Eastman, Republicans hope to confirm cavenaugh in time for the first day of the new supreme court term on October. First wins news time one thirty five. Video has surfaced on YouTube of Tesla's, Elon Musk smoking pot in an interview with podcast host Joe Rogan in California where marijuana is legal. It's legal, right. So okay. How does that work? Do people get upset at you? If you do certain things. Baco and marijuana in there. It is the combination of tobacco marijuana's wonderful later musk said he started getting texts from friends saying what were you doing? He said, he rarely smokes pot. Meantime, Tesla's stock fell today on this news, Charlie rose is fighting back. Filing a motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by three former employees accusing him of sexual harassment. The former CBS news and PBS. Journalists says in court papers filed last night the women are trying to take what he calls routine at workplace interactions and banter and turn them into sexual misconduct. CBS is also seeking to get the case thrown out of New York state court, seventy four degrees now cloudy skies, the humidity. Seventy six percent Windsor northeast at twelve gusting to eighteen miles an hour, seventy four going up to seventy eight and we could see a shower around today wins news time one thirty six a major shakeup at project runway. And we think we know where the pop up. Mccartney concerts,.

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"american bar association" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"The american bar association is one of the top forty young attorneys in the country jenny welcome to the program thank you have having me on today jimmy recently wrote the book reuirement rewiring the way you think about retirement jimmy explained to me what requirements all about and why we need to change our views of retirement yeah so reuirement really came out of the research that i've done in the literacy realm and i did a retirement income literacy study that's been going on for a number of years but started that back in two thousand fourteen and kind of what we found is only about a quarter of those americans right around retirement or right in retirement could pass a basic retirement income literacy quiz and that just kind sparked to me this idea that you know while a lot of those individuals were doing well with their regular finances they had saved some money they really didn't know how to approach retirement yet and it was a lot of behavioral things a lot of attitudinal things a lot of misconceptions that really thought were holding people back give me an idea of one of the misconceptions people have about retirement yes so there's a couple of them but one of them the big one is what we would call our sequence of returns risk your average returns that a lot of individuals if they averaged eight percent returns for retirement it meant they could withdraw eight percent folio every year and not spend anything down and that was still the majority of the respondents were in there and and that's something that that has improved over time obviously but still that's a huge misconception out there for two huge reasons number one you're not going to earn an eight percent every year your retirement number one what a crazy assumption that is and that's the thing is people look back and maybe they weren't an index fund that has averaged eight right and they look back they saw average date so that's what we'll do in retirement too and that's you you said we're not going to get that every year we're going to have down years and you know we're going to have a big down your during your retirement and you're going to have to have a plan in place that manages your income for those drops in the market the second related misconception as you're describing it is that people assume that their goal is to never spend down their principal yeah and and that's a tough one and i think that kind of goes the two pieces.

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"american bar association" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"No groton clinton in law for only three years receiving a not qualified rating from the american bar association running a highly partisan blog and not disclosing his marriage to a white house lawyer thirty six year old brett tally was also a member of buddy he's got this go on foreign okay he was a member of the task loose paranormal research group oh from tiny two thousand nine to 2010 according to his senate judiciary committee cold air which was obtained by the daily muster's group according to its website searches for the truth of the paranormal existence the dalai toughest cases thank you client clinton clinton watson survey in their authored multiple books on this subject yeah really an unqualified kook i mean what the outcome save that our prosecutor ghost as our state the ringier chair of the cold following illiterate we because we broke the story he has a cult following in the literary world for his horror story novellas and it it doesn't make him qualified to be judged let me just preface to be anything at all so at least a federal judges have received not qualified ratings from a b a and there's also renewed attention the lack of aversely with in the trump administration is just a little bit of rain sleep we want to level playing field and we are making steps toward that not.

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"american bar association" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"I haven't actually uh almost two decades ago was that george w bush on at the base of the right wing and and and i behest in essence of the federal fight in more to kick the american bar association out of the process before nomination and so he used to be on the clinton ministration when i worked on judicial nominations that you would awaits uh before nomination um an advisory view from the american bar association which represents um you know which is the the the the association and lawyers in the country and has a committee um with lawyers who are uh esteemed in the steel uh duct interviews about whether a person who is being suggested poor judgeship as the temperature an experience for that wall and then if the if the aviator to together a recommendation that the person with us be qualified then the administration to quit ministration might not go forward is that without nomination um in fact you know would would likely seek another candidate what happened with bush he pushed the aviation process to after the nomination occurs and with this congress not even waiting for the abc's rating uh before they hold hearings on these guys so they so the the the senate judiciary committee the republicans are out there the republicans leading the senate have basically indicated that they don't care for the views of the actual possession um other that includes numerous lawyers and also you know judges who've been part of the apa um and in this instance you have a unanimous vote across the board by every single member of that 88 committee uh against the clock the qualifications of uh mr tally obtained um it's no wonder it i mean it's it's not up at a unanimous these unqualified because there were a standard below unqualified would earn it um he is so far removed from whatever would be the base line qualifications he he could make partner to law firm let alone a life blaming through a judge if there were any justice their bonus in the world and so i think that it's a sad day for america is that the right wing has taken hold of our of united senate and is acting in derogation of bear responsibilities to um give advice and consent actually meaningfully eyes on someone is fit unsuitable tube this life kind.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Denied i don't know why whether i would say he is the best qualified for this position but he does have a broad range of experience he has had a close of experience uh uh as a clerk if anything i think the most fair thing to say about this nomination is it's premature i think bread tally would have been excellent nominee ten years maybe even five years from now right now it's premature but as a baseline matter is he qualified i would say yes now you know my next question because the american bar association disagrees latte it's very very rare for that organisation to give out a not qualified rating for a federal nominee of it they gave wonderbra tally so they're a couple of it's about the aba ratings with respect to the trump administration the trump administration has changed the obama era policy of giving the aba advanced peaks or sneak peek sit there nominees the vomit obama administration would let the a be a look at the nominees before the nominations were announced give the obama administration its rating and then the administration to decide whether or not to go forward so obama's administration asked the aviator rate one hundred eighty five or so nominees at one point in the administration and fourteen of them were rated not qualified the obama administration than decided not to nominate those people the trump administration is less sympathetic to are interested in the nba's views they criticize the aba as leftleaning and so they have not been giving the advance peaks in so as a result some of their nominees are going to get ding does not qualified so recce tallies qualifications have come to the fore here as the trump administration nominates a lot of judges but david lat there's another issue that's come up in the last couple of days as reported by our partner the new york times that in his disclosures to the senate brett tally tells senators that he's married to the chief of staff of the white house counsel is that a significant omission so i think that he probably should have mentioned that just to be upfront about it but.

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"american bar association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A senate committee handed president trump and important victory today lawmakers advanced five nominees for lifetime a lifetime appointment charges that includes candidate who is described as qualified by the american bar association and peers carry johnson has the story people who closely follows gene noticed a pattern this year since nineteen eighty nine they say the american bar association has ranked just four people unanimously unqualified to service federal judges two of those ratings have come during the first year of the trump administration i think is unprecedented and eleven months to have this many judicial nominees rated knock that's christine lucious she works policy issues conference on civil and human rights lucia spent fourteen years on capitol hill where help vet nominees for us a croat name 88 rankings as an important part of the process for a evaluating candidates for the bench but the trump administration has adopted a different approach the white house's nominating people even be finishes its ratings carry severino of the conservative judicial crisis network explains i'm very concerned about the apa theater it's not a a neutral and nonpartisan profit as it stab at the white house spokeswoman kelly love says delivered on his promise to nominate highly fog senator richard durbin a democrat from illinois takes issue with that claim here's what i don't understand why those with the more and more of these judges coming from the trump administration experience at the judiciary committee today democrats focused on one judge candidate in particular bright tally he's a harvard law school glad abtahi appointment of the federal bench in alabama rated tim unanimously unqualified based on his lack i'll experience scott were forni democratic senator dianne feinstein it seemed to me that when you get to the bench of the federal trial court it would be helpful to have tried a case before instead mr crowley native a blogging and political and the area where he is devoted most of his energy is gone month after on men killed twenty children in newtown connecticut.

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"american bar association" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"american bar association" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The aba american bar association is committed to due process unless you are a gun owner here's part of what it says that's why it was troubling when what a starter while that might seem like a good policy meeting these gun violence restraining order in theory it should concern anyone who cares about due process and protecting constitutional rights that's why it was troubling when at the two thousand seventeen american bar association annual meeting the aba house of delegates formerly it opted resolution eleven eight b which urges state governments to put in place g v r os gun violence restraining orders which enable law enforcement to search for and sees a person's lawfully possessed arms on the theory that they may pose a danger to themselves or others now it goes on in the pieces gets more disturbing as you go down a little bit farther into it but part of what bothers me is but most states lack any reliable way of knowing who does and does not own guns and thus someone could suddenly find his home torn apart by police in search of weapons that may not even exist that person may not even know about the circumstances leading to the order and it says in our finalise it with this the believes at a g the ara would be brought at the behest of law enforcement family or other community members and unaccountable civilian therefore could report their neighbor who for whatever reason is a little creepy if a g the rl was issued police than show up at the neighbor's house and confiscate is got that creates an unacceptable potential for it views increases the already substantial threat of constitutional violations for the abi made up of trial turns out to support this should frighten every single american i don't care what your political strife is how and when you think about what would a pressured per her no it okay tonic kava gave my gun about you know like i said earlier you can have your gun complicate occur a de why you had 10 years ago but they let you keep your car you know cliff hampel accurate avenue legally purchased a gun make you qualify could be considered mentally ill and have your property confiscated at you pointed out in of we pointed out over and over again or a practical point how we john you know how go we age they kick indoors.

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