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Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS
"I have the privilege now of welcoming the next guest to the show. Josh hammer, the opinion editor for newsweek, Josh, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, good to see you, my Friends. Always a pleasure. I likewise, likewise. You are, in my opinion, one of the most prescient legal minds on the conservative side. I think you're very fair. I think you try and play it very fair, but you write extensively about the constitution, you are very well versed on the Supreme Court. Obviously you're the opinion editor at newsweek, so you have a very powerful platform. From a legal mind such as yours, looking at what's been going on over the past week and really accelerated over the last couple of days over the weekend, trying to paint a picture for the audience listening just how unprecedented this is and just how truly radical it is in your estimation. Yeah, no, Andrew, there's so much to unpack here, obviously. But before we get into the constitution and the Dobbs case and all of that, just any pro life perspective, someone who personally, you know, I cofounded law students for life, the pro life student group back when I was in law school at the University of Chicago. I have marched in sub zero temperatures in Chicago, back when I was in law school there on four life, it is really, really, really terrible that the culmination of now a half century of pro life efforts to speak on behalf of unborn children for the sacredness of all innocent human life has now been sullied by this unprecedented and really just disgusting alinsky eyed at all cost tactics that we are now seeing. And, you know, it's easy to call things unprecedented, but in this particular case, Andrew, they're literally is zero precedent for what we are seeing right now. This kind of thing simply does not happen. The Supreme Court literally can only get by when the justice is the clerks know that their emails are not going to be leaked because if the entire notion of a government of laws and not of men to kind of borrow the famous quip from John Adams back from the 1780s, if that phrase means anything at all, it means that the judicial branch and the Supreme Court in particular can not possibly be swayed or cowed by public mob
"andrew good" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Welcome back to the Jimbo Hannah show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we're taking calls for our guests to Roman Italy as Ukrainian born based now in the Dallas Texas area a vodka distillery in the name of the vodka crudo which means cool by the way KRT O and the website kruto vodka dot com and he's a very brave man at age 63 is going back to Ukraine around the 19th or the 20th his wife still in Dallas is not thrilled about that and again who knows what may be awaiting him but lots of people would like to speak with the Roman talis starting with Steve in the Topeka Kansas good evening Steve Hi Roman I just want to say that you're a very brave man and I don't think you realize it but you're fighting right now And I think what you're doing now is more important than anything a 63 year old man could do over there That's something for the young men and I think you should run your business I'm sure you're very successful and you could donate money to some of these young guys that want to go over there and fight You could lobby and go watching Your means and I just think that you could Follow what you're doing right now All right he tried to talk you out of going back a Roman No I understand the German energy is absolutely correct But here is the thing Yes We are very successful company We're doing pretty distant business But yes we do send money back directly to military accounts Yes I organize past Sunday two days ago walk yes so good But when I have 300 people and I'm not looking at 300 people I'm looking at 300 families If a husband works and he has a wife and children and he's getting salary and his supporting the family and more happy than anything These 300 these are still in Ukraine working for you correctly Since the war starts everything starts and because people sitting pretty much in the basements of subways and the big cities because our subways underground So that's a big best shelters So and they sitting there It's not you don't have no best They just sitting on the ground And children born there Yes this gentleman is correct But my wife here she can do what he mentioned We are raising money Yes we are trying to do awareness of people around the world would it be me here in the United States and I'm sure people like me who is a Ukrainian Americans or American Ukrainians I don't have to correctly say it because my children consider themselves just Americans It's not such thing as Ukrainian They call themselves Americans Are you aware of other call them what you will Ukrainian Americans who are also going back Very few from the area where I am yes but I am pretty much sure I can even guarantee a lot of them did And as far as I have information and I have a very good enclosing information with government I know a lot of Canadians a lot of them Americans young men volunteering to come and fight I believe anywhere between 16 and 40 thousand volunteers is already from different countries We're going to fight already fighting for Ukraine today as we speak Wow I had a call from Andrew Big difference between 16 and 40 Well let me tell you Andrew calls in from Rhode Island good evening Andrew Good evening how are you Jim Nice to hear great guest Speaking and giving us education on some realities over there I wanted to first ask if mister Taylor knows families in the area of North Miami and in Hollywood Florida where there are big population has migrated here I go down there quite a bit And especially during and after the Crimean War so do you have any friends and relatives that have migrated to the North Miami and Hollywood Florida area who are set up they've brought over there here to work in our wonderful country And to get their children educated here pay taxes They have businesses like markets like Eastern European food markets is fantastic It looks like our guests I'm sure he must know Ukrainian Americans in a variety of locations in the particular in the North Miami Hollywood Florida area Yes it is It's a few between Hollywood and sunny isles on Collins avenue It's a lot of Ukrainian or even not or and and Russian people are there A lot of them also run away from that dictator He is dictator he is not president If you look at 22 years that he is already on the top of Russian Federation We've changed four or 5 presidents Good bad and different We had election They don't 22 years you already staying on the top More than Stalin did And Stalin killed a lot of Ukrainian people send them to Siberia glides or kill them And she is following I guess very famous person steps Hitler bombard Ukraine chief bombarding Ukraine Stalin killed his own people And she is killing similar brothers I mean rather than I told you Cousins killing cousins nephews killing and uncles right now It doesn't make no sense Doesn't make no sense And what you did as you know every country when we have presidents we are some opposition some complaints some love him but what she did by coming in to our land Now we all want country and we follow our president Look at him He's still there You know one exiled Russian who put in put him in jail for many years He was in jail and now he's leading someone Switzerland You know what he said and I love what you said Stan while petition became clowns and some clown.
"andrew good" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Through the Tyler Texas area tonight Hello Andrew So I heard you talking about a restaurant workers and I heard you talk about the millennials and I'm 24 Okay I thought I'd call in Mobile means I work two jobs I work down in Dallas I'm just driving through Tyler I work about 80 hours a week but people quit and jobs generally the reason why millennials are Gen Z don't want to work Those jobs that pay more even if they don't enjoy them as we see our parents work in their butt off for 80 90 hours a week and they're not any happier So we figured out it did help support you for quite a while It did and I am a very grateful for it But you don't even plan to do that for your own kids or do you not plan to have any kids I don't know I would definitely do it for my kids Definitely An RV But not yet Not yet I have done it before I worked in a call center for about 5 years That I definitely did not enjoy but I've done it because the pay was good So if you had the financial responsibilities you would do it but you're not inclined to do it without that I gather There are ways to do it Most kitchens at least in Dallas as far as working in it restaurant most of them pay about at least $15 an hour which is enough to get a one bedroom apartment and pay for a car and a few loans If you're smart with your money but I would probably have to get a more corporate job if I was going to support children or something Yeah okay Your thoughts Carl Gould Well Andrea I really appreciate you calling in and sharing that The surprise of this all for all of you that are parents of a millennial is that our kids listen to us right So in other words we told our kids for years Don't use credit card debt Don't get it that don't use credit cards they are bad And Andrews generation is the most frugal generation ever They're conscious of their money And they've also like Andrew said they watched their parents and they said my God that didn't look fun at all You know why would you put yourself through the agony of a job that you don't like when there's so many jobs you could do So the way I see it Jim is I see it more as Andrew observed his parents and said look there's got to be a way to make enough money to meet my life's responsibilities And enjoy the process So it's the second half of the sentence as the second half of the sentence that his parents generation never considered They were happy to have the job They felt it was their obligation There was a different culture And we were taught you know you got a job be grateful for that But your lip if even if you don't like it and just do your job well there's just more opportunity There's more diversity in the type of work that you can do where for the most part not for everybody But for the most part though you can pick a vocation where you enjoy and meet your meet your obligations So Andrew I applaud you not only for the work ethic because Jim's kind of guy that's so that works long hours I was too and I spend my career hustling So I can really appreciate where you come from So I pulled you for putting in the time but also looking for something that you really enjoy Yeah Amen at that Amen to that Andrew Good luck to you sir As we turn to Mario in Central Florida hi Mario Hey Jimbo I believe it's on our experience in growing up As John Kennedy said it's not what you can do for you You can do for your country and Ronald Reagan You can go from liberty to tyranny one generation I was raised halfway between my grandfather's immigrant when they came from Europe They said we are now Americans Are nothing but Americans We have no dash in between And grant's drove trains were New York City transitory We have been city housing And dad was a fisherman but he drank a lot and also hard I worked hard all my life But my name was never an issue There was no such thing as a credit card We had no money So money never the issue Well it may have been an issue but it was not an issue that maybe you had a lot of choice about Mario although something that Mario brings up is rather interesting Carl in that If you look at the people who live in the developed countries and nobody wants to be compared to some third world whatever But in the developed countries Americans work longer and harder than anybody else in the world Yes There is no doubt about that And my wife is British and when she when she heard that we get two weeks worth of vacation each year she's like well what did you do wrong Did you get in trouble Did they take away the other 6 weeks I thought I said no you know She's like I had 8 weeks vacation That's just the way that culture in Europe And I'm like oh well that's cool I said well you know because we will take two you know And you're right about it Too We don't use all roads Well we're working during a Jim Come on Exactly So yeah in America I mean the work ethic is there We put the hours in I mean there is there is no doubt about that You're never going to as a culture as a society you would not be accusing Americans of having a having a slack work ethic no chance on that one All right more to come One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 and we'll be back in just a moment.
The Importance of Providing Quality Customer Service to Your Patrons
"You are doing the car wash. It was called prime car wash. The experience was a prime experience. Like your wife wanted where she could sit down with coffee not felix just to get away from there until they work it out. What else came in with the playbook what made it work The really the the customer service. I mean we. We wanted everybody to come in and feel like they were at a country club so the membership allows us to learn a lot of things about our member base and the other thing great about the member base is the cars. Were always clean so it wasn't like you had to spend a tremendous amount of time cleaning their cars so the rest of the time. You're just giving them white clubs glove service you. We knew their kids names. That was on the computer when they checked in soon as their car came in they were still in the car going through the tunnel but we knew they were going to be coming through the door. So the second andrew walks through the door where like andrew good to see you. You know how we're going so it's really just that personal touch. People were not expecting from a car wash and that does art. Andrew is to to be able to welcome him. Well if you're a member then we scan you as soon as you come in. I got it. And so the scan tells you who who i am and then i guess on the computer system. It says something about me from last time. is that right. That's right that's what you said. you know. The other difference is when you get in some of the great companies chick-fil-a being the first one that comes to mind when you take time to teach a sixteen year old kid what it is to give customer service meaning. We would get them out of the car. Wash like when you're at the car wash your in it and it's kind of the grind of the day and stuff so what we would do. Once we close down or even closed the car wash for a day we would take them. Give them classroom training and it was. We would literally sit them in a classroom and give them the attention that they needed to understand what it is to give what we called aggressive hospitality It's to be over overly Engaged in all customers. That are
"andrew good" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Won't go. ooh yeah heads. We have young in the bill. And hey young not good morning. Tim house is here. Hello tim good morning to you. A shutout to della andrews good morning. Beautiful how're you say. see is in the bill. The hey charles good morning. We have a micro street just grassy in the building more than my go shutout to veneta george hager all good morning. We turn up at goes rica. I'll stop it showing. Cut it out dragging jiaxuan koto is here. Hey josh good morning to you. Shutouts narrowly ragged mona. Natalie how are you today and teller is here. Hey and good morning cindy j. Hager we we miss. You can't yes. Dear jackson is here. Hey derechette original to sheldon harris. We have dawn smith in the bill. De 'cause the chat room member of the week. Hey chat remember other guys. Okay the sean hayes. Jones is here. Hey sean good morning to you from a waldorf maryland. The king of the black folks her back by right and also king of the we talked about that. The gogo music music gogo music..
"andrew good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"How about the Joker? Nickel? Yokich, the Nuggets big man scoring 47. 33 of which coming in the first half. Also, 12 rebounds as the Nuggets snap the Jazz 11 game win streak. Winning 1 28 21 17 happy Monday to everybody. We appreciate you being with us. Here's your phone, operate 55 to 1 to four CBS or on Twitter, DEA on CBS. Like I said, the phone. The floodgates are open on the phones. Pete's out this morning and tomorrow, so party like you've never partied before on the phones. This is gonna be fun. We begin right off the bat Andrews in Michigan here on CBS Sports Radio because Connor's hot on the phones, Andrew Good morning. Morning, gentlemen and D agent early nomination for trash Tuesday for tomorrow will put more as in there for that. I think what people tend to forget. In order for the Lions to be even competitive. We counted on Stafford to go out. Throw 300 plus yards and three touchdowns because we had no other. Think to rely on and now that you put him on a team with arguably the best defense. He has a run game. They have an offensive line. They have special teams. He goes out and have games like he had in Detroit. They're gonna bawl out. So this is a great point. You watched all of the lions. You watched all of Matthew Stafford's career when you look at him versus Jared Goff significant upgrade. Absolutely. That's what I'm saying. And that's why it's worth two first rounders. And if I could make one more quick observation D If you don't mind who is to say that now that the lines Aaron rebuild? No. They gave Dan Campbell of six year contract. I think Only because he came in Look, this roster is garbage. I can't do anything the first two or three years. Besides rebuild Who's to say they're not going to turn around and trade golfer more for more pics? It's a possibility. I don't know if you can with that contract. Andrew. I appreciate the phone call there. That's why I think part of the reason that they had to throw in an extra number one. Is because the lines I'll have to pay Jared Goff's deal those last two years. These next two years of Goths deal are pretty unwieldy, so I don't think you can flip him now. Here's the bit. Could we get to a situation where the quarterback musical chart chairs? The music stops, and there's a contender that wanted to Shawn Watson wanted. Matthew Stafford didn't get either one of them. Couldn't pry away Matt Ryan from Atlanta and it's sitting there going, boy. Our quarterback situation's bad We need to get better and On the eve of the season. They're willing to give you a second rounder for Jared Goff. But you have to eat some of his contract. Maybe that's in. That's in the possibility realm. I think. I think, though, that too Years of God's contract, make it prohibitively trade him. But I will say this. Everybody thought that God's deal was already untradeable and Somebody traded for it. It took a first rounder, but somebody traded for it. Speaking over the draft Jay Gruden. This is so interesting. This story was on CBS sports dot com. And most of the story or at least the original story. I think this is in The Washington Post originally. Was about how Washington approaches the draft that what's happened last couple of years and looking for a quarterback, etcetera. In the middle of this deal in the middle of this this piece in the Washington Post. J grid has a quote. That should have been the headline and it took everybody going like, Wait a second. I think that's the lead in this story before really gain traction. So this is from CBS sports, where they realize that this is the big news. Jay Gruden. Head coach formerly of Washington. Every year that I was there. We had a pretty good draft class with a couple of exceptions. And Alex Smith was really good about listening to the coaches because the coach is also did evaluations. When it came to our time to pick we'd always talk about the pics where we'd like to go. What happens if a guy's not there and we ran all of our scenarios? And then Dan Snyder would come in off of his yacht and make the pick. Sorry when I said Alex, but I meant Kyle Smith, their director of pro player personnel. Jaeger is just like, Yeah, we ran all of our possibilities. We had our guys. We had our draft board and that our pick came up and dance cider would quote come off his yacht and make the pick. You mean that's amazing. That's amazing. Now. I think Jay Gruden also had a hand in things being a disaster there. Think Jaeger is probably a little bit difficult to work with. I mean, we got pictures recruiting. Smoking something drinking something on the street with the young women, So I don't think you exactly was the perfect day coach either, but that's an unbelievable quote. Yeah, Like we had our draft board. We We took input from everybody. We had a consensus, and then our pick would come up and then dance cider would coming off of his yacht and make the pick. That's the perfect way to describe help. Awful. Dan Snyder has been as owner in Washington and why owners like that. Jerry Jones, Dan Snyder. Owners that think they know football and because they pay the bills will insert themselves into the football are the worst parts of the NFL those of the worst organizations. The owners that think they know, but they don't Most dangerous people are the people that don't know what they don't know They're the most dangerous people on Earth. And Dan Snyder doesn't know that he doesn't know football and inserts himself in there comes off his yacht. It makes the pick Dwayne Haskins. Standing by with headlines this morning is our resident kind, sir. Another week of headlines staring at you the face Andrew Bogus, So good morning. D a good morning to you as well. These headlines was sponsored by progressive insurance. 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"andrew good" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"CBS. Sports Radio. Andrew Good evening. What do you have for us tonight, My friend. That was really cute. What you played when I did your chart, and you're white. Spencey. Tourists and Scorpio. Opposites attract. That was cute. Very good. It was very good stuff. All right, Andrea. So we've been we've been waiting for the You know, we've been waiting for this kind of breakdown on the Super Bowl. I could talk about how Rob Gronkowski is really going to be the secret weapon. But forget about that. What one of the stars telling us about Tom Brady and this upcoming Super Bowl. Yes, I ran the charts for Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and Bruce Arians and Andy Reid. So first things first. Tom Brady. Um he's a Leo August 3rd 1977 11:48 a.m. Sand the tail actually have a birth time on him. 2000 really into astrology. And, you know, he's a Leo. Creative, dramatic. The king of the Zodiac. He thrives on appreciation and forecast wise, Uh, Mrs Tense Super Bowl. Jupiter and Aquarius, trying to his Mars in Gemini, February, 3rd to February 12 high energy positive, more confident, may receive increased recognition and influence at this time. So that's a positive transit to be coming into the Super Bowl with. Um it was interesting, though. Um, Andy the day after, um son, a post Saturn some disciplines feeling some limitation. That's an interesting aside. But you know, all in all, that's his chart, and he definitely also momentum coming into the Super Bowl. September 17 my Burgo birthday Twin Different Year 1995 for Patrick Mahomes. And he has some, you know, powerful transits. Pluto's trying his son. Confident, powerful, purposeful, can further his ambitions improve his potential. And abilities, But he also has your honest post Mars, which is that injury prone transit. I know who's recently in concussion protocol and had the turf toe and Jimmy Garoppolo has Mars in Scorpio, and he had a kind of some injuries, So I do like his chances. Um, I am kind of favorable there. But what really was interesting. The coaches Andy Andy Reid, March 1919 58 Los Angeles, California So he has a lot of positive Mo mentum, Um Jupiter, making a harmonious aspect to mercury, which is communication. They was clear and quick thinking, more alert and mentally agile, which is obviously the qualities you wanna have coaching the Super Bowl and then Jupiter in Aquarius. Connecting to his Venus in Aquarius, and that's a very favorable transit. That's a high point in recognition finances. Um, just a very favorable transit only happens once every 12 years. So I thought that was interesting and was a nice moment. They are, um for Andy Reid and then Bruce Arian. What's interesting? I saw something on think It was a football life yesterday on Bruce Arian. Just like a highlight of his career. And he has a positive Jupiter aspect. You put a trying son October 3rd 1952. January to February. 10th life is usually abundant, happy, confident, capable of achieving goals, more optimism and self confidence. But Mercury opposed Pluto's can be overbearing power struggles with others. So that's a little bit of a challenge there for air. Ian's Andy Reed's chart looks very strong, um, with those positive Jupiter aspect, so it'll be interesting to see Um what, exactly plays out there? Because I did the coaches charts and the QB and then Mercury retrograde Andy. That's a real wild card. Yes, January 30th just started yesterday. So February 20th. And that rules communication, um, technology, So expect a lot of replays. Reduce some communication. Um, miscommunications. And I think I alluded to it. The last Mercury's retrograde during the Super Bowl was the Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction and all the replays smell and Andy Reid clock issue coming up. Andrea said it my friend. Very a Andrea. Thank you for the breakdown. I love it that you take the time and give us some some fun stuff and looking at it a little differently at Virgo in service on Twitter, Andrea. Thank you, my friend and you know, it was really interesting about what Injurious said about Tom Brady. Needs to be appreciated. The whole the feeling of Hey, man, you're doing a good job here. That is one thing. That's a fair criticism of Bill Bell check rolled over the Tom Brady and it's interesting because look, we have our fun with Andrea and she's breaking it down with, you know, all the mercury retrograde in all this stuff, and and we can have a good time with it right. But Those do kind of breakdown. Personalities, do they? Not like she even talked about me and my wife. While it's very passive. She's okay to be lead. I'm very much the okay driver's seat. Here we go. Let's go kind of thing. But I think that was a bit of a problem for Tom Brady as it went along for as his years went along in New England. I guess I'm trying to say, whereas Robert Kraft Would be more than willing to come down rule of Tom Bread, his the greatest quality bicycles ever lived and his essentially another child to may. Whereas a bill ballot Jack kissed. Um yeah, it's all about theater team. Tom played well, but we did a lot of other good things out there, too. Snorting into the microphone when he's given normal press conference. I think that is a part of the deal and look I also think They're from some people that I've talked to around that Tampa organization. Then, in the very beginning, there was that sort of strong headedness from Bruce Air Ian's, and he was smart enough to realize, uh, yeah, I got a unicorn here. When a guy who can teach other people the way he wants things done, so maybe I'll take a half a step back and just sort of let the quarterback maybe have a lot of input as to how he wants things done. Cause I'll tell you this, folks..
"andrew good" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Justice Andrew Good to be Back after the long holiday weekend and thank you for spending some time with us. We still have some open lines. If you want to take part in the program here in the final segment, 651 99 5855 or use the hashtag T CME T on Twitter or parlor. So back in, uh preferably parlor 2000 and eight There was this program. It was the Raza Ethnic studies program inside a Tucson Unified School District, the largest school district in the state of Arizona. Now this was a Is that it wasn't an elective wasn't it goes there requirement it was it was. It was elective. It was it was an elective, but you could take it in place of American other credits right, taking them counted as an American history credit. This was fought tooth and nail. There was a there was a teacher inside of the program. John Ward, who came out and rule ended up leaving. You know, leaving the school district, Um, after he was exposed to what they were teaching inside these that things that these courses on ended up making quite a bit of quite a bit of news, and it it was. It was one of the stories that actually put the show that we were doing on the map in Southern Arizona at the time. So much so that the tooth the The state superintendent. Gosh is named now ex Kate. So Tom Horn. Tom Horn had actually pushed through legislation to ban the curriculum because it was decidedly anti American. It is it is anti American, and it is It's an indoctrination and what we saw where kids coming out of this program that went in, you know, normal, happy loving, you know, fun loving kids and came out radicalized, essentially radicalized came out with distinctly strong anti American views. I may even have I didn't even think about like, Keep Keep certain articles from a long time ago, um, in my in my folder in the off chance they pop up again on the look of it a little bit later on, but it was. It's fascinating because of the time when we were pushing against this particular program. Um, I still remember some of the marriage of the program and what John Ward had come out and talked about and what he was so concerned about. You know, the police were the extension of the white man's hand. They keeping them Individuals in their in their ghettos that minority groups were already at a disadvantage because the curriculum was racist against them. I mean, it was. It was horrible, horrible anti American stuff. And you flash forward and we've talked about this. You know, you go back to 2000 and eight you go back to 2007. You look at the ages of those students. And this is a This is a class that Had sort of had been sprinkled men around the country. It wasn't it wasn't in all the school district is just a handful of them in certain parts of the country. But we talked about the fact that when you track the ages of the kids that went through these courses And then you fast forward to now it's pretty clear that a majority of the individuals that have been causing so much devastation across the country, especially your antifa types, who are who are believing this kind of know most mainstream garbage coming from the left that came from these classes. Where individuals that were influenced, You know, we we call them back Then these were activists courses. You know, Drew. Drew is 100% right? That's what we were told time and time again, The students would come out of these courses angry. I saw this this morning and I just where they found all their kids to take part in chaining themselves to, you know to to immigration facilities. Theo beating the crap out of effigies of Joe Arpaio violently. You know, this is where this where all these kids come from, They have these little indoctrination radicalization centers. They pump him through. They pump him out, and now they're the ones occupying our streets and setting up autonomous zones in Minneapolis and Seattle and Portland. I saw this this morning and I just was shaking my head man, the Minneapolis from the after Alfa News, The Minneapolis Board of Education hopes its new ethnic studies requirement requirement. No. We'll help students develop skills down to become agents of change and create a learning environment environment that leads to action. This this'll would be a requirement. And from the Minnesota from the Minneapolis born of Education, a requirement starting with classes in 2025, all Minneapolis, students must earn a passing grade. In an ethnic studies course, according to a resolution that was passed by the school board earlier this month, a zoo opposed as I am to this. I don't worry about it too much because nobody graduates from Minneapolis schools anymore. So it's a really good point. Yeah, that's a really good point. Yeah, it's our responsibility to provide this opportunity for deep examination of power structures in our society, along with identifying ways to develop skills. You become agents of change now states the resolution, and by the way, just up front. It's just another one of those circumstances where the messaging and the way that they way that they term Things is such that the immediately what the ability to push back on it. For example. You go like why I'm against ethnic studies. You must be a racist then. Because why are you against the studying of other ethnicities? No, no, no, That's not. That's not what it is. Well, what's happened, But that's but that's But this is ethnic studies. This is this is critical Race theory. Yes, that's what this is the amended graduation requirement. Define an ethnic studies courses, one that includes the quote, explicit exploration of identity and Intersectionality, prioritizes the history and culture of historically marginalized groups, discusses the history and current role of race, racism and anti racist work and creates interdisciplinary learning that leads to action. No, this is just a bunch of radicalization, and you could frame it and all of your little your little nice language. You know, it's just anti racist work. Well, you know what? I've seen first hand the type of materials that you're giving out to teachers and other faculty members that is classified as anti racist, and it's not anti racist. It's pretty damn racist. Actually, because I've read it myself. I've seen it first. And it is all about exploring your whiteness and all your white privilege, and it just demonizes the white people across the board. In the in these in these anti racist literature that you're putting out there, and it forces people to change the way they think that's the that's the That's their goal. It's pretty Marxist. It's very Marxist, Pretty fascist school board member. Really Oh, it's all very awful. School board member Kimberly Capri. Me. I said she is looking forward to the conversation about how we could modify ethnic studies for middle school and elementary age students. I think by doing that we will definitely be in a better position to change the trajectory of racism in this country theater acceptance of differences they understanding of different cultures and just being more respectful of each other and celebrating each other's culture. And, yes, This course. Doesn't do any of that. There is not a country on the planet that is more accepting of different cultures than this one. Yep, there is not a country on the planet. That's it mention that such a job you're not parents. I know it is important for us to recognize that our history and our under and I'll understanding of history. Has been rooted in white supremacy for a long, long time in the United States, certainly and elsewhere, said the school board member Nelson Ins. I think to some extent is disappointing that we have to create a separate space for ethnic studies, he added later suggesting that the states Magic educational standards are embedded in white supremacy. Just really just did the state educational standards Drew are embedded in white supremacy. Better tear it all down them. Yeah, she's seriously just tear it all down. She really get rid of it all. We should get rid of the department of Public education. Yeah, let's get rid of all state level departments that have anything to do with education on Let's get it back down to the highest level of government that that that that is involved in your kid's education. Is at the county level. Let's do that..
"andrew good" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Back. Thanks for staying on board. John McGuinness with your news. 93.1 k live everywhere in the I Heart radio app. We've been talking about Veterans Day veterans the debt. We owe our veterans. By the way. That is a poll question. It's up now, if you want to answer that. Are we doing enough? Our veterans responses or you have three choices? Yes, no, where we could doom or I I think we could do more. Frankly, I also think we could do more to encourage Enlistment in the military. I think it's a It's a great thing for the individual as well as something that collectively worked extraordinarily well for our society as veterans as members of the military or discharge, they go into civilian life, depending upon what the nature of their background was. They may have varying degrees of challenges. Tio assimilate and get into a good track and do well while and Riviera is with wealth was wealth wise mortgage, and he actually has A specialty that deals with veterans and helping them navigate the maze of mortgage financing and getting all the best possible terms and andr joins us this afternoon, Andrew Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for joining us, sir. Hey, John. Thank you for having me happy to be here. My pleasant return date All our veterans. Thank you very much for that. So tell me what are some of the misunderstanding What veterans maybe tend to not realize in terms of benefits they have Particularly in the area of an advantageous way to acquire a home. Well, one of the you know, there's lots of veterans arm started lots of benefits that are available to veterans. Even as your previous collar was talking with you about. There's lots of them out there, but the easiest one to use Uh and easiest to get over is the homeland benefit and the biggest challenge, quite frankly, on using the home loan benefit is getting people to ask. If they have the opportunity to use it because there's so many misperceptions about it, the people just they self diagnose, and they don't ask if they have a chance to use it. You know, in the military A lot of times, people think that they have to use. You know it has to be for their first home or that they can only use the home loan one time or that they can only have one be alone at the same time, and none of those things are true. And so there are minute that could do multiple bites at the Apple for VA loans. Is that what you're saying? But certainly, I mean, it's what's interesting about it, too. Is that people everybody thinks about this benefit as something you can use to buy a home and it's certainly that that's what it was designed for when it was first put together. You know, it's designed for you to buy your primary residence, but people can also use it to refinance. So pretty much anything that you could do with another home long you could do with this benefit on DH. Usually, it's going to be out a lower interest rate and easier qualifying. To say that I think that's huge for people to understand that and and I know that this is my sense, at least, is that the common perception is that it's a one time experience. And so it for your first home interview. If you if you use it, then you can't use it again. Or if you failed to use it the first time there's not another opportunity. What we're saying is, there are multiple opportunities to take advantage of the benefits that come from these loans. Correct. 100%. And the reality is the easiest thing for anybody. Remember about any of this situation is the answer is no. If you don't ask I'm not really that simple. If you're thinking about that, you need financing on home. No matter what it is, You know, you owe it to yourself to ask about the VA home. I mean, that's the deal. Do we lose Andrew there you're cutting in and out there, Andrew, but but I think it's very important. And of course I look at the I guess there's maybe a predisposition for people discharged in the military. They've been taken orders. They've been living in an environment where we're frankly everything is provided for them. S O. The risk is They have not is inclined to toe look for benefits. Unfortunately, lost Andrew there, but I know that his website is va loans of California dot com veet loans of California dot com and I hate the thought of Of people being having earned that this not a give away. This is something people have earned as a result of their military service or selfless service to this country, and so so T not not be aware of the fact that they could take advantage of that program. I think we've got Andrew back, but in your absence there, and I was just talking about the shameful scenario in which people are unaware of a benefit that they have earned. That could really truly enhanced the life of themselves and their families. If all they do is asking, avail themselves of the opportunity with that pretty much describes your assessment of it. Most definitely, and really people who served in the military and it doesn't you know, people categorize themselves, whether they think they're veteran or they don't think they're better. And I mean, quite frankly, this is a benefit of military service. And if you were in the in the National Guard if you were in the reserves If you're serving active duty If you served in the past it really It's something that everybody should take advantage of. And a lot of times. What happens is this loan used to be very, very difficult to do long before I was doing. I've been doing these long since 2005. It gets a bad rap. But VA has done a ton to make it so much easier to use. And so you know, if you're talking to a real estate professional, you're talking to a lender, and they're trying to steer you away from it. My advice would be find, but he was a specialist in doing this lone, who does quite a few home and knows what they're doing, and I don't just take the first answer. And somebody tells you know what? Why would it's truly good? Why would there be a tendency to steer somebody away from it? It just sounds like a great program with phenomenal benefits. You know, That's a great question. God and mostly, it's because of lack of education on the changes about it because it used to be hard to do so, You know, there's no way when you have less than 10% of the military population ever taking advantage of this benefit. It really doesn't come up enough for for a lot of people to be very proficient at helping somebody use it. You know, it's like anything else. If you don't do it a lot, you don't know how to do it at the average loan officer in 2018 did 1.5 VA. Loans in the year? Wow. Right out of the home. Loan specialists will do 10 times that That's I mean, there are benefits to be realized for our veterans we've been talking about throughout the program. The the Incredible service contribution that these people make tar freedom, our liberties that we all take for granted, frankly. I should not be forgotten, and those benefits that they have earned should actually absolutely be taken advantage of. So Andrew can tell you all about this. You can reach him via loans of California dot com, and I really truly encourage anybody who has any possibility of being able to take advantage of this program. You're going to get better rates potentially, and the greater ease with which to add to process.
"andrew good" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Hold still. So I don't want tonight tonight tonight and some body. I have to do because I don't want somebody baby. Baby, You need to get you off. No, exactly have Tio I don't Maybe. But who gave so stranger look Good way, D'oh. Somebody gave him strange. 97.1 Wash. FM. Washington's variety of eighties nineties. Aim today. Alright Sam Smith and Normandy The answer with a stranger you buddy, Brad Andrews. Good morning. Thanks for getting up early. So not only is it you know, strange Halloween because 2020 and so many things are cancelled and this and that It's also strange because It's the first time since 1944 that we've had a full moon and not only a full moon but a blue moon on how we now just so you know, a blue moon. I believe in giving this correct is ah, the second full moon of the month. Like I said, hasn't happened since 1944 won't happen again until 2039. So there you go. Happy Halloween. Don't forget such a clocks back before you go to sleep. She was the host of SNL last weekend, a doubt coming up with the journey in a sea bass. I'm Dr Baker and E. R physician. If you're having like pain, swelling or redness, but haven't talked to your doctor yet, don't wait. This could be deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot, which could travel to your lungs and lead to a pulmonary embolism, which could cause chest pain or discomfort or difficulty breathing and to be deadly. Your symptoms could mean something serious. So don't wait. Talk to a.
"andrew good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Times. And so it was no wonder the Titans offense with struggling and now all of a sudden we're seeing the Titans. Move along like a well oiled machine. Mike Vrabel, of course, before he became the Titans head coach was the assistant at Houston. And so the Texans and Titans have a lot of connections, even going back, of course, to the fact that the Titans were once the Houston Oilers and every time it's the McNair family against the Adams family, It always becomes an interesting matchup. And this has always been a game that meant just a little bit more to both Fran Well, we'll see what it means for the Texas this afternoon. They're coming off their first win and badly need a win to stay competitive in the A F. C South and the Titans are just rolling right now. ATF or no looking better and better with each passing week. Brandt we will touch base after kick off. Thank you for checking in. I'm not rich, like the Titans said for no taking on the Texans at one and four. Let's head to Indianapolis, where Andrew Smyth is standing by, and the cult's coming off a loss so weak. Go trying to rally this afternoon against the Bengals. Andrew Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Richard. Are you okay? Thank you very much. I'm doing well. I appreciate the inquiry. Ah, here today. Lucas Oil Stadium. It's the I 74 showdown between the Colts and Bangles. Two teams that are 100 miles apart, but don't get a chance to play a whole lot. But today features the team that has some high post season hopes in the cold. At three and two. And as you mentioned coming off a loss in Cleveland last week against one that's still in a little bit of a building mode, but does have the NFL topic in the job burrow in the 13 and one Bangles the Colts needing a win to keep pace with unbeaten Tennessee in the FC South. They battled injuries at last weeks have been consistent Quarterback play, and that was their undoing. In that 30 to 23 loss in Cleveland, the defense allowed 24 1st half points on four possessions and then in the second half Utterback. Philip Rivers threw two interceptions, including a pick six and conceded the safety and so coach Frank Reich washed any discussion of a quarterback controversy very quickly. Last week, however, it is still rivers. Who is in command of this coltsoffense. Offensively, They've been good when rookie running back Jonathan Taylor has been with 370 yards. He's moved into the top 15 in the league and rushing will be facing a Cincinnati defense that ranks 30th in the league against the run, so establishing the run will be a key for the Colts. Today. The Bengals obviously trying to build around topic, Joe Burro, he's completing 65% of his passes that keeping pass rushers away from him has been an issue for the Bangles. He's been sacked really high 22 times, including seven times last week. They're 27 to 3 loss to Baltimore. Will face a tough test with the league's top pass defense. The Colts have today Indianapolis giving up just 266 yards a game, including 1 79 through the air, both leading the NFL. Justin Houston into Forest Buckner were both signed to give a little bit of an extra pass rush to the Colts. And that's those guys. I think we'll be having your ears pinned back today, so Cincinnati's really gonna need to rely on Joe Mixon, the league's fourth leading rusher, to keep the pressure off. Let's have a couple of significant injuries this week. All Pro linebacker Darius Leonard worked out before the game, but he was ruled inactive for the second straight game with a groin injury. They'll also be without the services of tight and Mo Alley. Cox Cold second leading receiver. He's out with a knee injury. They do get some good news. Left tackle Anthony Castonzo is back in the lineup after missing last week's game with a rib injury. The Bengals were relatively healthy, however. Or this one. So we're looking forward to a pretty good game this afternoon. The roof and windows are open at Lucas Oil Stadium. It's a beautiful 60 degree day here in Indianapolis. So should be a good one between the Colts and bagels in about a half hour. We like that, never a weather issue, because if the roof is open, it's good news of the roof is closed. It's perfect, whether it's regardless of what's happening outside real quick, Philip Rivers coming off a rough day. Eyes. The lack of a naughty season is an age catching up with him is has he taken a lot of criticism this week in Indianapolis? He did a little bit, especially during and right after the game last week, and there were some questions. Is it time to take a look at Jacoby beset? Frank writes that absolutely not. It is Phil Rivers teem. He's taken a little bit of heat a little bit of Chris criticism because the interceptions last week really were forced passes into traffic and the pick six Looked like it was going to be a back breaking moment at the time. Of course, right after that, the Colts returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown. So I got him back to even but, uh The late interception quashed any opportunity for the Colts to come back in that game, and obviously then they ended up falling by nine and that Cleveland, but that Is something that keeping the interceptions to a minimum and not forcing the ball in the traffic has really been the undoing for Phil Rivers and the Colts two losses this season, But he has big against 230th consecutive start passing both master Bruce Matthews for the fourth longest in league history, which is quite an accomplishment. Andrew will talk. You have to kick all thanks for checking in. Will do. Thank you. Alright, the bears coming in and foreign one there in Charlotte, where the Panthers have won three in a row will check in on that game coming up in just a couple of moments. But right now, let's get you caught up on everything with the latest CBS Sports Radio update. Here's Pete McCarthy. Sports Flash. Thanks.
"andrew good" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A merry we had John. And now we have another strange name. Kevin in South Aussies. Name, Kevin. Good morning. Good morning. A question for you. Haven't I met? I met, Uh, Mr Harry Running for the D. A office several times walking in off the Virginia Martin. Harry's his name. Martin. Harry. Yes, yes, And he's good. He's good for Austin. I don't think he's not partisan. He's right down the middle. When I met him. He didn't even tell me he was running for D a thing. Well, you know, we were heading on the show a couple of times, and you're absolutely right. He's kind of in the middle seems to be the kind of guy that just wants to enforce the law as it's written. He's showing the middle. He did name tell youse campaigning. Man. It's just I don't think he has the money backing him. I think that he if he did, he'd be out there. He resonated with me. And I'm you know, Republican moderate, you know, And and I just I just think that But I don't think his name's out. There hasn't been any news. I think he's doing a great job. I think he'd be great for off. You're not alone. A lot of people have called and said the very same thing. I think in the end under a normal election, he'd probably have plenty of money, but that Jose Garza got a bunch of outside money that's come in and and just just couldn't compete with the dollars Skerry Skerry. Scary proposition with him, and that's a scary future. Potentially Andrew Good morning on the tide of Don show. Hey, Good morning. I'm in Austin and expect that a new Braunfels. Yes, sir. I've been here for about 10 years, so the voting this morning were opened 8 to 6. And suppose, I guess Hayes and Travis But to give you some perspective, the 2016 election early voting I had the weight maybe 10 minutes when Bolshevik Beto was running against Cruz That line was out of the building and through the parking lot. Today, the line was out of the building through the parking lot. Down the street around the block and around the corner man. That's amazing man. That's that's tremendous. That's ah, some incredible voter turnout and again, I wonder how much is this is due to the social distancing. I wonder. I wonder if we're going to see The process takes longer, not only because of the lines, but because of maybe any sanitation steps that they're having to take inside. As far as I'm sure they have to really stay on top of that. And I know they will be, But I wonder if that's going to slow the process down. Probably. We'll see. Yeah, Let's see. Let's squeeze in Robert. Checking in from like Way. Texas had been there I have Robert Good morning. Good morning crew. You guys do a great job. Ah, Long time listener, a frequent caller. I wonder now that Adler has made this the government's responsibility. I just foresee What level are they going to send in the state that and they know that you guys talked about here the last week or two. What levels unison in GPS or activate the the National Guard. Inspect these folks in Austin, where the governor is it's anything about National Guard, but he has talked about immediately. We got extra state trooper patrols around the West campus area. Because we've had a rise and aggravated assaults and robberies. But I think what you're talking about is this legislative effort led by former Travis County sheriff and former state lawmaker Terry Keel that wants to take the authority of away from the City Council and given under the happy to the Department of public safety, right DPS and that's going to know what level in a way next, because you know, in a month or two. We're going to be a 50% increase. When they're talking about cash, he said. There was only half of it. Police out there And that was five days later has a sector of Austin, and that's the whole city of off. Eventually, it could be the whole city. I mean, it's got to go through the legislative process does, which I would think would get us some incredible pushback it at the capital. I thought this was a brilliant idea. From the very, very beginning. I'm sure that they're you know some drawbacks that you know. Ah, law enforcement person would be able to see that I don't but but on the surface, I think it's a really good idea. Squeeze it, George Real quick, Georgia del Valle. Good morning. Morning there, gentlemen. How are you this morning? Outstanding. What's going on? I won't let you know here still value When I got here, the vote early voting was able to do the whole process in 25 minutes. There's no lines at all of this time Valley out there. Alright, his polling site. They're good. Glad to hear someone's getting through the county's. Ah, I just noticed the Williamson County and Travis came. They got a pretty neat feature. You could type in your name and your address. And it shows you what's precincts of the closest and also give you a time of how long the wait is. That's good. That's pretty good. Yeah, Yeah, real time. I looks like if I want to vote early today, I go to the home despot there on Brody. There is where I would go in my neck of the woods. So you've never been to that place before you check it out. It's of day laborers and also don show 9 12 here. A K LBJ my Friends at furniture market, doing some incredible things. Yeah, they're back to normal operating hours. And 15 Large trucks just showed up to both of their locations, pulling things from the warehouse and put him on the showroom floor. You're going to see some incredible deals..
"andrew good" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I know it must be worth in back available now on your apple pods, Smart speaker to say play KNBR. Yeah, well, the Giants remember them. They haven't seen orange baseball and Jastremski. Somewhere in there looking like a friend you'll lose touch with for a while and you need to get re acquainted briefly showed up on Sunday. But since they didn't play Friday, didn't play Saturday. Didn't play Monday. Didn't play Tuesday. They're back tonight. At Oracle Park only to be the visiting team wearing road graze in batting in the top of the first so all crazy stuff to talk about with Andy Baggaley of the athletic Our weekly check in here, Andrew Good morning on the home a guest line. How are you? Hey, bags. Good morning. Good morning. How's everybody? We're breathing a little better, right? Conceive this guy That's good. Yeah, This guy's actually blew its like that. That's the color should be no man's amazing thing. It was one week ago today, I think was the orange Day was that was the Mars Day, So we've come a long way, baby. Okay, let's go through before getting some big picture giant stuff. Just go with the nitty gritty details here. They're the visiting team for the next two days. They'll be wearing their road grays and In baton in the top of the inning. I guess we stopped short of change in dugouts cell, right, Andy? Yeah, I think they're going to use the same dugout. Same clubhouse is for visiting at home. And we've seen this before. In 2013, there was was now in Cincinnati on July 4th. And I know the Reds did not want to give up. It was a son, a crowd. Obviously fireworks and everything like that. And then just when the weather was awful, he couldn't get it in. And the only time they had left on the schedule. I think there was like there was a mutual ofthe day where the Giants were gonna be finishing the course field. In the rock here in the red, you be alive. There was some talk that they would move it to a neutral site course killed game because of what happened to intersect there. But then they said, no 23 games in a row. We're not gonna do that. Let's just have the Reds play. The home team in San Francisco when they visit San Francisco later on in July. So that's what they did. And Dusty Baker was the manager then in the giant's plate, game one of the home team and played that everybody changed uniforms. They played a game to is the road team in the Reds. You know about it, Suck it, And so that's that's kind of a flavor of what we're going to see you in the next two games. The Mariners, you're going to be designated. Home team. No man. So there you go, Guys, don't you've been amply warned. If you tune in tonight and you see the Giants in Grey don't flip out. It's just for the next two days actually know. Then they'll go to Oakland, where their graves on Friday so I guess the biggest news to happen to them other than this crazy travel in the false Covic Dickerson is the Kevin Gausman news. And just kind of get to get the latest no structural damage. But are we Are we certain that he can pitch this weekend accomplished there? They still gonna wait a day or two. Well get capital. Did hedge a little bit, He said. Look, we still need to make sure that he's gonna be okay to make this start this weekend. No clearly got some inflammation in there because he wouldn't have tightness otherwise, so I'm sure they're doing things to try to calm that down. But, yeah, no. No structural damage. That's that, obviously is is really good news and you just celebrated could get these days. So ah, They're looking to hold him back in this weekend against the A's, and that's just going to be so critical. I mean, regardless of the fact that he's you know, private, their best starting pitcher this year. They just don't have a whole lot of rotation depth. And now all of a sudden you're in a position where instead of having a lot of flexibility with one ofthe day coming up Thursday that that's not going to be an offing island. In fact, we're going to end the season. With 13 games in 12 days, so they're they're starting pitching is really going to be tested. You know, one through five or beyond. So not having Kevin Gausman be a part of that mixed with the world be a crippling blow to this team even more so and, uh and then you look at the play offs and if you start having Cem Some hope that the Giants could sneak out of a first round. Siri's. Now you look at the way that the division series in the LCS or set up there's no off days anymore, so teams can't sort of, you know, deploy their ace multiple times in a row. A five game series. So Yeah, Rotation depth is going to be really, really important. If if you dare to dream a little bit, it's It's huge news. And by the way, forgive my ignorance here on the 13 games in 12 days, which is the doubleheader they have coming up. Yeah, they haven't rescheduled the one game in San Diego that they couldn't make up. They only made of one of the two games. We only played three out of four that responsibly in San Diego. So so they're going to fold that we're back in when the Padres visit for the final Siri's final weekend of the regular season. And they haven't announced when that's gonna be yet And that would be one for the road Graze again, Boy. I would presume. So This's the reason where their home whatever word yellow, whatever whatever the designate camera and by the way, just a quick detour on the Padres because we talked about this with Mike and Dwayne Monday and Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday, but I said, it's like the Giants are watching the neighbors fight, right. You're out on the lawn. You're here and you're seeing these two neighbors have a dispute, and they're yelling at each other for the Padres and Dodgers, or Ah, they're ramping up intensity and the Niners. The Giants are kind of Ah, eating their popcorn up here in San Francisco, watching Yeah, It's been some interesting theater and ah ah, transgression and clean her shot and wounded a little bit Dave around getting into it And, you know, really, It's kind of interesting thought exercises do the Giants and you may get in as the number eight C and you're going to face pretty much. Whoever wins in a West has one seat. Who would you rather him serious? Would you rather face the pod ways Would you rather face But the daughters or I don't know not only entertainment purposes that chance and knock out the Dodgers go to something Giants fans would want to relish..
"andrew good" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I have so much sympathy for our law enforcement officers right now. They don't have Ah, none of the City council that has their back. They don't have a city council that supports them. They have recruiting problems. They're understaffed, and they're not being able to to transition out of the more high crime, high danger high risk. He is with a frequent enough on a frequent enough rotation, and that's leading two to mental had mental health issues down line. It's inevitable human. Meanwhile, the Minneapolis city Clown soul is focusing their efforts rather than love rather than try to bolster up the law enforcement ranks and put do some good reforms in that department and get Get some good new blood officers in there. No, no, no. They're focusing on racism as a public health crisis. That's right. The public health emergency, you know, Drew fear is the path to the dark side and the left once you scared, boy, do they ever It's true. I do They ever right now look good because they believe it's it's not because they believe like it's a motivation right to pursue to protect our right wrongs, but because they want your personal power and money. They want you living in fear because they want to act like they are the solution. Yes, then that that enables them to control you. If they if they get you afraid of enough things, then they're the ones that you're going to come to and say, Well, tell me how to get through this. I mean, that's the Corona virus. Game plan has been from day one right, talking to a friend of mine the other day, And there was a story about about Jack Nicklaus. Former pro golfer 80 80. I think he's 80 81 years old. He and his wife both recovered from Cove it they had it. He got better and the person who's talking to who couldn't believe it. I was shocked. They were covered with glory shocked. Most people do. The vast vast majority of people recover from Cove in 19. It's not a death sentence, but you would think so, and that's the impression you get right you When you watch them talk about it. You'd think it was a death sentence. That's funny because you don't see any more of those stories anymore about people dealing with it. And all the and all the all the horrible tales that we were told in the beginning. Well, part of that's because a lot of those were made up. We actually found evidence of like and be, you know, MSNBC reporters who Never got confirmed that they had covert, but he got sick. And then they just said that they that they had it. The other new one drew just not to deviate too far. Because we're going to talk over 19 next hour. But you see all the all the talk around individuals who got reinfected. Alright, Well, they got it. They got infected again. You know what nobody talks about? The vast majority, like almost all of them that got infected again. They had no symptoms a second time around. It's the way you know this was a very this's a very complex, Ah little virus that was manufactured in Wuhan. This's there's many, many sides who spends a lot of time in the lab's really getting down the confusing complexity that I don't know. Ah, doctor, this virus still seems attracted to protest what we do can we make it so that it only goes to target and bars? The clown. Still did official will get to your phone calls. But the council did officially declare racism. A health emergency in the city via resolution that passed on July 17th says this racism in all its forms causes Are you ready? Persistent discrimination. And disparate outcomes in many areas of life. It goes on to claim that racism causes doing that thing with my fingers, cancer, coronary heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, high infant and maternal mortality rates. Demonstrating that racism is the root cause of social detriments of help. Look not everything that happens to someone happens because of their race, and that's and when you when you when you do this disparate data, and they love to do this Corona virus is affecting minorities. More than it's affecting white people They love to do this because it just reinforces the narratives that they want you to believe. But they leave out the fact that it actually has nothing to do with the race of the person. Yep. It's just is something bad happened to a minority, so the default is well, it happened because they were a minority. 6519895855 is the phone number. Let's go and talk with Douglas and Egan. Good Morning, Douglas. Welcome to Twin Cities. News Talk Justice Andrew Good morning. I don't comment about Mr Elephant complaining about police quitting. Well, I thought he wanted to defund the police. This is helping him deep on the police. They're quitting now. He didn't have to pay him helping him before the police. You know, they're going to get what they want, and they're going to get there One way or the other. Right? Exactly. Thanks. You recall what you wish for cause you just might get it. Let's go and we'll talk with Dom in Maple Grove. Good morning. Don Yeah. Good morning, gentlemen. I have a personal experience about You know, the police are having difficulty decoding. I have a neighbor that comes to more my long as the young kids. And that is a good friend of mine. And he was studying criminal justice and I said, You know, it was one year into the program anymore. All the neighborhood non. He works for home people, and he said, I'm making more money now. Right now, but maybe 25 30 bucks with overtime and how come you're not competing program will have to finish the program and you could You know, get more money..
"andrew good" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"andrew good" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To talk about the stand your ground laws in Kentucky the castle a law in Ohio and what your legal rights are as a property owner and as a person who wants to defend yourself if you find that your life or your property is threatened there are legal protections for yet and I think it's important to remind people of this in case you're confronted with a situation like many Americans have been around the country where the laws are not so forgiving but we actually are lucky to live in the tri state where you do have protections and rights as a as a property rights owner is that even as a renter as a human being to defend yourself if someone comes in and threatens you Andrew good evening how are you I'm a you know I'm I'm I'm doing fine thanks for having me obviously this is a difficult situation for people here and around the country and the first speaking personally my heart goes out to everybody and then on behalf of the employees were very poor happy to have the opportunity to hopefully clarify some issues that are on people's minds all right so in Ohio water the protections for someone in case someone breaks in to their house or their business and and they're breaking in with criminal intent and they are armed or do you know are threatening you and your property in some way tell me what Ohio statutes say at this point okay well that basically Ohio and Kentucky have adopted I won't say identical statutes but let let let's I'm and I wanna make it to the technical but the the ideas this if some if if if you harm somebody who is pretending to invade your home your vehicle your personal space or what have you before the statutes were enacted there something called justification other words if you know if you're being attacked you can you use it the justification of self defense to protect yourself with family yeah and it when you're in when you're faced with imminent imminent bodily injury the difference between the statutes and what used to exist in what we call common law or the color of the wall made by the courts is that justification with a defense that you had to prove the statute ship that they changed it so that if somebody's trying to break into your home it's presumed that they are doing so in an unlawful way that jeopardizes you or your family to physical harm thus justifying your use of appropriate force and that can include deadly force so so now if your vehicle in your home then you do not have to go and prove that you were justified in using that force the statute presumes that you were if somebody's trying to break in your house which I do think makes sense to most people right now is there any distinction or difference between Ohio and Kentucky in the laws not appreciably I mean like I said I don't want to make it to yet to arcane or you know get into the to do you can always come up with scenarios the bottom line is that if somebody's coming in or toward you in either your home or your vehicle you have the right to use it is presumed that you have the right to use deadly force or force that's commensurate with them and that the difference is you can't shoot them when they're running away all right so if they run off with your TV if they get in your house and they break in your house and they get out they run away their TV you can't shoot him in the back because the law still presumes that property does not overcome the value of life sure and and plus the the threat is gone at that point you have to approach it from a you have to call the police and file a robbery reporter well or whatever so exactly what you want about say you're walking on the street and someone approaches you and threatens bodily harm you mentioned about it it breaks into your home or your Roach is your vehicle but what about just a person and you're just minding your own business on the street that that's that's where you've got to justify that you were in imminent danger well yes it is and and then then that's really the the the dividing line is kind of what he called the castle doctrine or something similar there are certain areas where the law now sent to the Bahamas Mr had shoot standpoint presumes that you all are justifiably defending yourself if you're on the street or you're at the store or some other it out place and you end up using deadly force or you know you substantially injure somebody then you're still going at that point these laws don't apply you're going up to to to to to establish that you were and in yourself with the with the male lead a moment of force necessary but the same time the the the thing about public places trickling this pain ages there are no witnesses but their cameras everywhere Andrew hang.
"andrew good" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"You take a shower and get ready for work and then? Sit Down in your kitchen to work. When I work out of my house, I always get up. Take a shower as if I'm going to an office because I feel like I'm fully engaged. I'm not in in gear. I would feel the same way except when I'm with you. I don't do that. Really! It's Okay Hello Andrew Good Morning. Oh my God good morning, everybody. Thank you for waking up with us now. Andrea is a drama teacher in high school. and. So I know that you have musical's going on spring, musicals are are they in? They indefinitely postponed canceled. What's going on? So it is going district to district I am very lucky I drama teacher at Williamstown High School in South. Jersey go raves All over. ALL OVER SOUTH JERSEY. It depends on the district so some musicals that opened this weekend or open next weekend have just been indefinitely canceled, so those mean that means that those students auditioned in December have been rehearsing every day after school for the past three months, and all the set costumes everything are just being torn down I. Am very very. Is it's absolutely heartbreaking. Yesterday at two o'clock I thought that it was over I thought I, only had a couple of hours with my students to just rip everything down that we had been working on for so long, but by four thirty two hours before the curtain went up We got to do one performance. Only. So Andrea. What what show are you guys doing? What did you do last night for your one performance? Is! In Greece Okay Andrea. What is your favorite song from Greece my favorite song. I gotTa do the shoe, ops. got a little you a little bit of summer night Bob Bob. Let me, hear. You WanNA performed for us. You guys want to perform. I gotTA BE HONEST OUR ON. Hold on. Let me let me make it really clear to you our morning show stage is always open for you and. I don't perform anymore. I just put my kids, aren't they? What's your favorite song? Elvis can yeah. Mine from grace's beauty school dropout. I. Would I would have played Rizzo in grease that would have been. Pretty and I would have wanted to. Resolve! The summer. Nights Hold on one second, come on. I know the words. Some eleven had me. South. Girl Crazy A. Day. Digit Barry. No the lyrics. Wino-. Listening to you guys for twelve years I have party. Girl voiced being stressed. and. Lost my mind I'm taking you know what it's going to be good in and. Putting on a production in school, of course, the the end result is onstage, and the nerves of the curtain, going up in performing in front of your friends and family I get that, but putting the production together is learning experience building the sets working together so. Lost Andrea as their leader. I'm sure you did a fantastic job and they They still got a lot out of what you did. And you had one performance yet reformers last night. That's chose him. I said that the world is so crazy right now. Tensions are really high I said the point of entertainment and you guys and a musical is to have these people come in and escape the the negatives of their reality suspect these people have them smile how them last how them enjoying everything you and show them your talent, and your hardworking your passion, and for two hours of the. The musical, they'll forget all their troubles, and that's what we have to remember doing the House Times that yes, wash your hands and be mindful, but also find something that brings you absolutely, and that's what we're gonNA. Try to do every day here. We're going to get through this Andrea, your your blessing for those kids, and as they already. Thank you for listening to go have a great day, okay? All right well. Thank you for all that you even just listening to you in the morning, but he's everybody's days, so thank you for what you do. All right I wanNA. Do a musical now I know I. Don't know just hurt. I don't think it's a good idea. Warning so musical. We did a long time ago we did. What did we do? We did a musical. Upon a mattress. In College. Let's take a break coming up next Danielle. has a lot of stuff to talk about talking about some corona, but I also found some stuff that is not corona related hall, explaining why she's taking a break from touring next. Also giving you the things you need to know twice an hour to keep us informed with Gandhi coming up. This conversation really keep the listeners thrilled. Elvis Duran and the morning show. Oh, so you have.
"andrew good" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"What it meant. And Add fan three dictionaries tax that is specifically allocated to something so. I think that is one of the most important things that we need in. This country is something directing to health and in number ten. I mean put a moustache on the portrait of Mrs Thatcher. Turn the one of David Cameron to the wall and get rid of all a horrible wallpaper and replace it with a nice on. Lipitor are our washable vinyl unless you unless you thank our esteem. Candidates send her raptor of the most arriving Majok Workshop Party in. Beverly Jake's triple glaze soundproof. Turn Elated Nick Aplenty. Don't forget to use your vote wisely on the twelfth of December. which if you're listening on spotify defy has already pastas by Bernie Clifton podcast head-to-head election debates? IBM Fiona Bruce. The show now too. I asked the bundle. Andrew Beverly Triumphs and challenges. This can be flippant flippant. Soda can be serious talking about highs and lows in your life. Beverly can you think of a couple well. My one is is visible really so he sold. -rupt Assad stock saying in two thousand ten. I opted when we're at school stating fiddler on the roof uncle online to say where will I go with my husband and three children. I was remember it though. In some like seventy eight seventy nine always wanted to act but from that to two two thousand ten numbered at the time. What fulltime I? I just didn't at the time Stewart. You just pass me by and then in two thousand ten so not Burton Chronicle for people from Barnsley just raw talent going so I'm not really a shy person as you know. I thought I don't know I'm going to be out stage so I just I decided to go on. Just be background so I went for an audition and got the second female lead finished the librarian and then it got to Mrs Linden Three mortar. The pops welcome part so literally. My first show was playing five different people locks in different accents and different things so it was it was challenging but I love the fact that after all these years found the courage to do opt-in I started out in the May time a real gain into rehearsals and of thing and then I I addresses brother in in America over close to Iran game and he was really play so many company but actually new. I add this love for him. So you really backing me. All the way from America subtly in August. He was killed in Karak. Stem require refer at center on news and News at ten local. Nothing really really bad any effect me badly just in the middle of all the rehearsals for the show and I felt I couldn't one way but some it just told me Mrs said it would want to do it because the last time you spoke to him it was really about so although i. I didn't miss any rehearsals but I did think about going out to the show because our felt but not Jimmy on light rail from from PA- both I felt and through that I've carried on of been doing eight to ten shows a year filming mysteries. I've never really stopped. And I feel the same that spurred me onto Kellyanne doing when that's over tragedy this led to a triumph feeling. Change my life altogether. Thanks for sharing. Hackneyed phrase isn't it. The show must go on to be able to pull yourself out of that. It only briefly a a very positive thing to do I was I was into some received in Lowestoft in nineteen seventy seven of ten this the wives base dangling that to all my family lived in intelligence. My brother a my brother was ill and I remember getting the news the just before the phone of the side of the state on a run. Madonna told me brother died at age. Forty auty three and you just look at the wall and you think wow bull this three or four hundred people out there. Waiting to be entertained on a kind of something clicks doesn't it through but you actually find something you find something and get through it and even though hello sympathize. You can't tell them now. You just have to get on do they did. They didn't know the people show where there was coming to that I carried on I. They didn't show anything like that with the person so furnace brook Andrew Triumphs and tragedies yes and I don't think I've had a tragedy handsome -cational bad times but the triumph was I. It was the two hundred fiftieth anniversary. The founding of the Royal College of Surgeons and the time I was the senior league salmon for the country. That's difficult to believe that somebody with in my accent angleton invite to the Mansion House for the celebration and to meet the Queen so I thought Oh. That's what we can talk about Australian. Because we're both interested and I had to get one of the no strike chalices tailed co uh-huh Martin and went into a shopping area in Sheffield and I thought the poor chap was going to rent grand told them how I wanted to hire this and he. It was one of those. Typical won the men's Terry's had is going to the cutler's feast so I said no and they need sort of said get on a measure me inside leg and and then he said maintain qua- What's going to do? I said Oh into stuff down to mansion ounce to meet Queen in London. He said he'll going to meet the quick. Let me get out the best clothes I can find so gets down to London and the Queen just comes for the reception and she doesn't stay for the meal all line dope. Somebody's a one of the surgeons has listed names. It didn't just introduce me by name of my colleague who was standing next Mecca so that ruin but was quite good night but I never for realized time small. The Queen was I realized when she was meeting people out of camera she followed by one of her courtiers. Who who is carrying a tray with GIN and tonic on it so she can stop and have one having been bought by the people? So that's my moment of triumph. Hi I'm Ted to moment to tragic but very worrying moments in the late nineteen seventies. I was working in Manchester and I drift. Aren't to my office at eight o'clock clock in the morning and I saw two men coming to the departments and it looks strange and I saw knock on the professor's door. I never thought zolt anymore about until five minutes later. The prophet came to the door. Tom Meadow on his draft rights. Walters told a These two gentlemen to speak to you so awesome Communist said sit down. What can I do for you? He said we're we're from West Yorkshire Police. We have been informed by somebody who thinks she ought to Yorkshire ripper and then I said the wrong also got me covers being into that and I just started the job in Manchester and I was still living in lead for three months and I traveled every day from Leeds to Manchester and the letter which had been partly redacted you know. That's where the US the Black Penn bids for things don't want you to know like the personal sand. The bloody let us. I'm I'm done that you know. He asked me when I was on specific dates. The electorate said that I I hated prostitutes. I I thought you know that the interfered with my religion and I had all the surgical skills to rip out there in a you know this is is getting worrying and then it turned out that one day it gave me a number of dates. Mozart didn't realize one Hyundai at slope tough from the job to go to your races on Wednesday afternoon the Wednesday afternoon one of the murders was committed and I said that was filmed by ITV's that race meets in you get away and look at the film. Would you believe they spotted me alongside the parade ring before one of the races. Colm possibly have done so so they went away. So I don't know who did it and I still to this day. Don't know who wrote told them. The time was the Yorkshire ripper but I have to say it was a bit of a worrying tat remarkable echo. You're you're meeting with the Queen. Gene Andrew Good Fortune of meeting the Roy Rogers show forty h forty years ago this weekend. Great which was kind.
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"This squad the daily podcast brought to you by the team behind squawk box control to CNBC's essential morning show every day get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics today legendary investor Ron Baron believes strategy that goes beyond tomorrow is key to a positive outlook today the next fifty years there's going to be similar to the last fifty years that'd be twenty five times your money invest now tesla new Chairman Robyn Denholm took aligns job but she's still one of his biggest fan the way he runs the company is is phenomenal in Davos in the desert Saudi Arabia's anyone investment conference kicks off next week who's going WHO's not and why it matters commissions and happens companies. They don't have permanent enemies you know they don't have permanent friends they just have permanent interest I'm CNBC producer Cameron Kosta it's Friday October twenty fifth todd begins right now under by three two one two Andrew Good morning and welcome to spot right here on CNBC we love Nasdaq market site in Times Square meant Ross sorkin along with Joe Kernan becky quick with she is live in the barren investment conference with the legendary Ron Baron we're going to get to them in just Ron mine is a buy and hold investor who's long term strategy has made him a legend on Wall Street every year CNBC goes to his investors conference this year and many of years Kikoko's and so does Katie your usual podcast host they cut off this morning off camera we're at Lincoln Center in New York City today and this is where the baron investment conference is taking place it's an annual conference that we've been coming to since two thousand and eight so we've been longtime longtime participants in just coming along for the ride and seeing what Ron has to offer mazing thing is ron brings lots of big entertainment where it Lynn Lincoln Center so in the past he's brought guests like Barbra streisand or Bruce springsteen or McCartney which he said was his favorite but the big deal and the reason somebody shareholders who come here the Barron shareholders come is because he brings up his managers they give their take on the world and then they bring up the CEO's a lot of the the biggest companies that Burns invested in and and so it's really kind of a mix of entertainment and and and really of view of what's happening in the economy and what's happening in business so so Ron's whole perspective is by hold stocks for a long time this am businesses invest in people you know some of the people that we've met her over the years have been people like Elon Musk who's the head of Tesla and creator of Tesla we've met Kevin plank who was the founder and CEO of under armor he finds people who he thinks are at dynamic who have big ideas and then he watches the companies and watches the markets now he said buy and hold for a long time that doesn't mean buy and hold forever like Buffet Likes To do Warren Buffet likes to do under Armour Kevin Plank was a big investor in that company but there was a time if you eight years ago where he said Okay it's time to sell what's your big takeaway on Ron's message for investors right now particularly with the way the markets are you know if you look around it's a pretty turbulent time his take is that this is an incredible time to get into the markets he thinks people are far too pessimistic are host Barron Investment Conference Ron Barren Barren capitals chairman Ed. CEO Let's talk a little bit about your theme this year it's called what's next why what's next and what is next so what's next is that so we're looking for faster growth in the future then in the past and but what's next is the growth the economy goes for the stock market what do you mean economy and and what I think is that when you think about the turmoil that's taking place in the stock market now and everyone is afraid that's you know and people have higher amounts of cash and they've ever had before in Europe they have negative interest rates people so concerned is eighteen central banks can in Rio do there The interesting United States are have been going down the way I think about it though is that the stock market today is pretty much the same values nations that it was in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and sixteen point six times earnings or sixteen point five times earnings then then was amidst turmoil you had the city's on fire the national guard the streets are trying to keep law and order yet the Vietnam War protests women's rights protesting so so everything was it's a mess but but really sticks and the assassination of President Kennedy swapping my office about I have a lot of younger people mouse and they said tell me about this assignations sixties and people said well John Kennedy said anyone else and they said I don't know it was Martin Luther King in one thousand nine six eight and Robert Kennedy Nineteen Sixty eight they tried to get George awesome so so there was turmoil and it was a concern that that the country was going to survive but the stock market then was thousands on Al Jones is now twenty six or twenty seven thousand twenty six times the economy then was eight hundred and fifty billion is now twenty one point three trillion twenty five times so all you had to do this believe that this country was going to survive and invest then and you would have made twenty five hundred money and so I think that what's going to happen in the next fifty years of course I'll be one hundred twenty six by then and you can reach me at Barron Funds Dot Com they will know where uh-huh and but but I'm thinking about the next the next fifty years it's going to be similar to the last fifty years that'd be twenty five times or money if you invest now and and and even better is that interest rates today or one and a half percent one point six percent for ten years they're normally four and a half percent for ten years you have platform investments now so it used to be when I was young and you wanted to make money you'd build a factory for a million dollars or hotel and then maybe eight hundred thousand one hundred fifty thousand after you take the risk of putting up a million and so but now you've you've come into capital late business you have technology I therefore other people giving you money writing off have platform built you could be a licensor people could be using your business in the cloud and then all of a sudden you start getting revenues and that revenue you just seventy eighty ninety percent margin that's worth more than a earnings per share company without having put up the capital people finding some of these two so you can do it exactly so it's capital low interest rates the technology technology is making businesses grow faster because and and also it's it's making your costs be lower and then knowledge knowledge is growing the fastest pace than it's ever grown and it used to be one hundred years ago that knowledge doubled every hundred years and then after World War Two it was twenty five years and now it's every eighteen months and with the Internet of things going knowledge is going to double according to IBM every eight hours or twelve hours knowledge humankind but when when you look at our growth that we've seen to this point a lot of people say our economy is just stuck in a slower growth economy we're never going to be able to grow faster pace we've seen it pick up a little bit over the last several you ears but why isn't reflected in the numbers why isn't the economic growth stronger because you're right information technology all of these different ways of increasing our productivity are it's not reflected in government numbers right now people are afraid well you're in one of these the economy doesn't go like this it goes like this and and so the result to that whenever goes down people say this is it this is the end I better get out and so all these people watch remote show in the morning and everyone talks about well the stock market invested
"andrew good" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That's based on the ninth you a case of the potentially deadly disease eight other Essex County community instruction from Beverly to Newbury port see the risk level raised a moderate and the risk continues until the first killing frost other like that in the forecast in the next month. we'll get we'll be you'd be easy Boston's news right yeah that bright shiny object in the sky tonight will be the international space station good viewing tonight and tomorrow night for people in the eastern U. S. from Atlanta to Boston it is moving at more than seventeen thousand miles per hour so when you look up is key tonight it appears in the southwestern sky around eight forty eight PM tomorrow night viewing time starts just before eight o'clock seven thirty A. Dow and Bloomberg business news with Andro day good morning Andrew good morning Deborah Wall Street appears to be having a tough time swallowing shares of Darden restaurants after twenty seven percent gains at the beginning of the year there is a down pre market after the company posted a profit the top forecasts announced a stock buyback program but also reported disappointing total revenue I love gardening longhorn steakhouse comparable sales both topped expectations but Darden's finer dining brands of missed estimates as the United auto workers strike against General Motors drags on GMA burn through a billion dollars cash if this strike last a full week that's according to standard poor's it says GM could recover most of that when production resumes as the beatings the strike could result in lost production of as many as forty five thousand vehicles that's a B. futures down four dance sexy dress down sixteen Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up a scare in the air for.
U.S. jobless claims rebound from more than 48-and-a-half-year low By Reuters
"On. This Thursday morning, good morning Andrew Good morning Josh we just, got a couple of economic reports but once we get the opening bell in just. Under an hour a lot of the conversation on Wall Street is undoubtedly going, to be about Facebook let's start with the economic ratings. Orders placed with US factories for business equipment increased in June for the third. Month in a row that's, a sign of investment momentum heading into the, second half, of the, year despite corporate concerns over tariffs Commerce Department's reading of nonmilitary capital goods orders excluding aircraft rose point six percent last month that was better than. Forecast bookings for all durable goods or items meant, to last at, least three years increased one percent we also the. Latest on new jobless claims filings new claims, rose nine thousand last week to two hundred seventeen thousand the estimate was for two hundred fifteen thousand but we must keep in mind that the reading from the week before was the lowest since nineteen. Sixty nine for new jobless claims stock futures right now mixing it s and p futures down four Dow futures up fifty four NASDAQ futures. Falling fifty, three Points, following a spectacular earnings miss from Facebook which could result in a historically deep dive. For Facebook stock once we get the opening bell business reports at eight and, thirty eight past the hour Amanda rotate Bloomberg business on. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time eight thirty nine a new drug from. Cambridge based company is bringing, hope for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease we, get more, from CBS, Alison keys the drug not only reduced the amount of plaque on the brains of Alzheimer's patients but it also slowed the progression of dementia by. Thirty percents experts warned that more extensive trials of, the drug known, as b. a. n. two for a one will. Be needed but this could be the first, indication to successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's the study showed one hundred sixty one patients taking the highest dose of the drug had.
Japan, Andrew Bowden and Middle East discussed on The Bryan Crabtree Show
"And latin america's largest economy the firm has lost thirty four billion dollars market value since the strike began last week and shortages of food and fuel have shut airports schools and businesses shares in japan display and sharp have fallen after a report saying apple once oh led screens for all its new iphone models next year south korea's electronic times sites unidentified industry officials sports report samsung display has so far been the sole supplier of lead for use in iphones the bank of england is denying a rift with the uk treasury that's after the financial times said deputy governor for financial stability john cunliffe have fallen out with the treasury over concerns it would give away regulatory control after the european union rejected the uk's original proposal how however a spokesman says there's no truth in the idea of a policy split billionaire french businessman serge dessel has died at the age of ninety three he inherited an aviation empire from his father marcel who designed planes in world war one and expanded into real estate auction houses and the media staunchly conservative does so rebuffed efforts by president mitterrand to nationalize the company in the nineteen eighties and fought off restructuring efforts by president chirac ten years later global news twenty four hours a day on air and tech talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm deborah mao this is bloomberg thank you a cost cutting economists nicknamed miss scissors is the latest to be asked to form a government in italy carlo culturally says his only aim is to pass a budget and move the country towards new elections early next year the italian economy is still growing public finances remain under control can i can absolutely assure you that a government guided by myself guarantee caution in the handling of public finances calling people richie at least populous leaders however are pushing for a vote in the summer let's get more than managing editor for international and government i in europe the middle east and africa andrew bowden andrew good to see you this morning welcome back from russia here we are elections impeachment calls protests in.