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Ukraine hints it hit Russian missiles in occupied Crimea

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 hrs ago

Ukraine hints it hit Russian missiles in occupied Crimea

"Ukraine's militaries reporting what appears to be a brazen attack on Russian cruise missiles being carried by train in the occupied and illegally annexed Ukrainian Crimean Peninsula. The claim can not be independently verified. The vague statement by Ukraine's military intelligence agency says cruise missiles were destroyed by an explosion late Monday, as the weapons were being transported by rail, destined for submarine launch, the report doesn't explicitly say Ukraine was responsible or what weapon was used but the agency implies the Kyiv government is responsible by saying the explosion destroying the missiles continues the process of Russia's demilitarization and prepares the Ukrainian Peninsula of Crimea for D occupation. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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 Russia, Ukraine extend grain deal to aid world's poor

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Russia, Ukraine extend grain deal to aid world's poor

"Russia's president has traveled to Crimea to mark the 9th anniversary of the region's annexation from Ukraine, Russian president Vladimir Putin visited an art school and a children's center in the Black Sea Peninsula, Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, a move which provoked global condemnation, though much of the world has denounced the annexation as legal, Putin has shown no intention of relinquishing the Kremlin's gains. Instead, he recently stressed the importance of holding Crimea, stating Russia will do everything needed to fend off any threats. Putin's visit comes a day after an international court issued an arrest warrant against him for war crimes. I'm Karen Chammas

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Russia Carries Out Attack in Eastern Ukraine, Bloodiest Battle Yet

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Russia Carries Out Attack in Eastern Ukraine, Bloodiest Battle Yet

"The Russians their forces as reported by IBT have carried out relentless attacks on bakama a town In eastern Ukraine small eastern town and claim their to try and claim their first major prize for more than half a year They're trying to surround it The Ukrainians are putting up a massive resistance It's the bloodiest fight of the war so far And you haven't heard about it Ukrainian president zelensky who the pute noids and their hemorrhoids are trying to turn into the enemy He's a good man You see accused Moscow a throwing waves and waves of men into battle with no regard for their lives and said the fighting was most difficult but the city's defenses have been essential so far He said the enemy continues to advance the assault on the city continues the general staff of Ukraine's armed forces said in a Facebook post The leader of Russia's Wagner mercenary group said the Ukrainians were putting up furious resistance trying to hold the city at all costs Russia also said it had repelled a massive drone attack on Crimea the Peninsula had forced its seized by force from Ukraine and claimed to annex in 2014 And Moscow accused Kyiv of launching a series of drone strikes on targets in Russia Oh you don't say

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Russia Says It Has Taken Soledar as Kyiv Denies the Claim

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Says It Has Taken Soledar as Kyiv Denies the Claim

"Russia's defense ministry says its forces have captured the salt mining town of solid air in eastern Ukraine. The ministry says solid air, the focus of a bloody battle between Russian and Ukrainian forces was captured on Thursday night. There was no immediate confirmation from Ukrainian authorities to Russia's claim to have seized the town in eastern Ukraine's Donetsk region, one of four Ukrainian areas the Moscow has illegally annexed. Solidaires fall would mark a rare victory for the Kremlin after

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How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:18 min | 3 months ago

How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

"What we're dealing with is the speech by west and Churchill, what is known as the iron curtain speech it was actually the title sinews of peace, but it's known for the iron curtain and by the very famous words that Winston Churchill used as showing the iron curtain had fallen across Eastern Europe, and that was under Russian control. One of the things that is said in the speech and I want to bring it up because if you fast forward from when the speech was given 1946 in Fulton, Missouri, to now, one of the things that he mentioned in his speech is that Russia would be very concerned about his western border at the time because of Germany and others, but that is very the same thing that Putin and many of the Russian leaders have been mimicking for years about NATO, Putin has decided to invade Ukraine. He's decided to annex Crimea. There's so many things. And he did so with the very much of the effect of saying we do not want to see NATO expanded because for lack of a better term, we view NATO as a threat to our country. And so what was happening now was very much mimicked right after the World War II when we heard this speech to begin with.

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Power blackouts announced across Ukraine amid Russian shelling

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Power blackouts announced across Ukraine amid Russian shelling

"Blackouts and Ukraine's capital and other regions in the country are expected according to Ukraine's state electricity operator the move comes after Russia's devastating strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure Russian forces continue to pound Ukrainian villages with missiles and drones focusing on power plants water supplies and other civilian targets Moscow has said the recent barrage is a response to what it alleged were Ukrainian attacks on Russian annexed Crimea Ukraine has denied those allegations Russian shelling continued in the city of where two fires broke out and

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Ukraine thanks power workers as drone attacks strain grid

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Ukraine thanks power workers as drone attacks strain grid

"Ukraine's leader has thanked power workers as drone attacks strain at the national grid President volodymyr zelensky has publicly thanked the country's power workers for maintaining the electricity supply as Russia continues to target energy infrastructure ahead of the winter authorities have ordered rolling blackouts in many parts of the country and urged households to limit consumption as the infrastructure's targeted by drones in a likely Ukrainian response to the attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure the head of the port city of sebastopol in the Russian annexed region of Crimea said a power plant just outside the city had suffered minor damage in a drone attack I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russian-installed authorities order evacuation of Kherson

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Russian-installed authorities order evacuation of Kherson

"Russian installed authorities have ordered all residents of the southern Ukrainian city curzon to leave immediately ahead of an expected advance by Ukrainian troops In a telegram post the regional pro Kremlin administration calls on civilians who use boat crossings over the NEPA river to move deeper into Russian held territory citing a tense situation on the front and alleged terror attacks by Keith Ukrainian units are waging a counter offensive to recapture the occupied area Kirsten has been in Russian hands since the early days of the invasion in February the city is the capital of a region of the same name one of four Russian president Vladimir Putin illegally annexed last month I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russian official on negotiations with Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Russian official on negotiations with Ukraine

"The Kremlin says talks on Ukraine can happen Spokesman Dmitry peskov says president Vladimir Putin has been open for negotiations with Ukraine from the very beginning and nothing has changed in that respect Peskov was commenting on remarks made by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan who said the Putin appeared to be more open to negotiations than in the past Russian officials have repeatedly said they were not negotiate the return of the four Ukrainian regions must go illegally annexed last month Ukraine president volodymyr zelensky last month ruled out any talks with Moscow as long as Putin remains president I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russian President Vladimir Putin declares martial law in annexed regions of Ukraine, giving Kremlin tighter control

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Russian President Vladimir Putin declares martial law in annexed regions of Ukraine, giving Kremlin tighter control

"Russian president Vladimir Putin is imposing martial law in the four regions that Moscow recently annexed from Ukraine Putin didn't immediately spell out the measures that would be taken under the martial law but the Russian legislation envisages it may involve restrictions on travel and public gatherings and tighter censorship as well as giving broader powers to law enforcement agencies Putin two has granted emergency powers to the heads of other Russian regions The moves are the latest sign fighting in Ukraine isn't going Putin's way I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Raymond Ibrahim Discusses His New Book 'Defenders of the West'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Raymond Ibrahim Discusses His New Book 'Defenders of the West'

"To reacquaint ourselves with what is the historical faith. So you are doing that in your book. So the new book is defenders of the west, the Christian heroes who stood against Islam, let's talk about that. Who are some of these heroes? What is the context? Well, the context, in many ways, this book is actually a companion book to my previous book from 2018, which is sword and scimitar. 14 centuries of war between Islam and the west. And you may recall we spoke sometime back about that when the war college had invited me to speak about it and then care the Muslim Brotherhood wing at the council of American Islamic relations, protested and call this islamophobes and races and pulled the rug from underneath me, the water college capitulated. So forth anyway, they redeemed themselves eventually, but then they capitulated again, that's all different story. So the first book sorting scimitar looked at the sites of battles and really 8 of them and looked at the context. So it showed you the history of relations between Islam and the west and how it was really anchored in warfare and Jihad and conquest and three quarters of the Christian territory. It was eventually was conquered and annexed and swallowed up. Some of it eventually was reconquered as in the reconquista in Spain and the Balkans and so forth. In the new book, defenders of the west, I look again at 8, but this time what I call not decisive battle, 8 decisive men. And again, I thought this was important to just show people how Christians understood themselves Vis-à-vis Islamic Jihad and I can name a lot of them still basically we have and it's really three theaters of war that I look at really the crusaders, which is a just war defensive war and I get into explaining how, even though it was Europeans traveling to the Middle East, they were actually acting on certain commandments, including love your fellow man, because the Christians of that region were being completely annihilated and terrorized, tens

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Stephen Moore: Trump Just Got It

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Stephen Moore: Trump Just Got It

"The question before we went to break. When Larry kudlow and I would meet with Trump and talked about economic policy starting in about late 2015 when he was just started running for president. The thing that was amazing is every time Larry and I would walk out of the room and we'd go, he gets it. He just gets it. You know, as a businessman should. Yeah, exactly. I mean, this is one of the things that really, you know, I don't always agree with Donald Trump. Sometimes he does things I disagree with him, but he was the CEO. And I don't always like his annex. But he had this instinct about how to make things grow, how to build things. I mean, you look at people like Barack Obama or Joe Biden or any of the people in his cabinet. They've never done anything. That recent figure by one of the media outlets on the right. 62% of everyone in The White House who has a study. That none of them have. By the way, we didn't just find solution 2%. Let's finish the sentence. Didn't have private sector experience who are writing economic policy. And I just wanted to clarify that because people get confused. I don't mean they didn't run a business. No. I mean, they didn't even work for these people couldn't run around lemonade stand. Trump

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Rebekah Koffler on Putin's Shifting War Strategy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Rebekah Koffler on Putin's Shifting War Strategy

"The kerch bridge explosion, linking Crimea, the invaded annexed Crimea to Russia. How significant is that? Look, I was surprised. That is a ballsy move. That is a symbolic move. It's also a strategic move. Of course, Russia bombed a civilian target and killed maybe by now a dozen civilians in the capital Kyiv. But that's not that doesn't look good for Putin that this what is it? 12 mile long bridge is blown up by the Ukraine. It's pretty impressive. Like you said, the Ukrainians have the cojones to do this sort of stuff. Yes, it's highly significant for two reasons. Not only its symbolic, like you said, because it was Putin's pet project. He himself inaugurated this. It also disrupted a major supply route that the Russians used to continue offensive operations on Ukraine. And so now that is gone, Putin definitely is scratching his head. Does he do next? As I said, he is likely going to shift strategy because he has lost the conventional phase of this war about 80,000 Russians troops were either killed or wounded. His loss, his fight about 4000 missiles right now, his weapon supply is depleting his reaching out to Iranians for drones. He's reaching out to North Koreans

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 Large fire reported on key bridge linking Russia to Crimea

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Large fire reported on key bridge linking Russia to Crimea

"A truck bomb calls the fire and the collapse of a section of bridge linking Russian annexed Crimea with Russia itself the blast severed a key supply artery for Russia's faltering war efforts in southern Ukraine Russian authorities said the truck bomb caused 7 railway cars carrying fuel to catch fire the result they said was a partial collapse of two sections of the bridge a spokesperson for Crimea's Russian backed regional parliament accused Ukraine of the attack Russian authorities however did not blame anyone so far Ukrainian officials praised the attack but did not claim responsibility

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Russian rockets slam into Ukrainian city near nuclear plant

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Russian rockets slam into Ukrainian city near nuclear plant

"7 Russian rockets have slammed into residential buildings and zapper a city close to Europe's biggest nuclear power plant A fire engine is stationed next to what was once an apartment block but is now a large hill of rubble an immense and haunting plum of smoke rises from the debris as apparatus governor oleksandr saruk luxon at night when people were sleeping the enemy carried out a rocket attack against residential houses to upper floors are destroyed entrances to the buildings are ruined People were under the rubble Amongst those caught in the attack was a three year old girl who was taken to hospital for treatment The strikes came just hours after Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky announced the Ukraine military has retaken three more villages in one of the region's recently annexed by Russia Speaking to leaders at the organization of American states assembly zelensky was determined that Ukraine will defeat Russia For us right now how many of our people Russia will manage to kill before it admits a defeat I'm Karen Chammas

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 Retreating Russians leave their comrades' bodies behind

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Retreating Russians leave their comrades' bodies behind

"Retreating Russians who fled from a stronghold of left behind the bodies of their comrades On Norman hall Russian troops abandoned the key Ukrainian city of Lyman so rapidly they left the bodies of their comrades in the streets It was more evidence of Moscow's latest military defeat as it struggles to hang on to four regions of Ukraine that it illegally annexed last week Over the weekend Russian troops pulled back from Lyman with the Russians had used as a logistics and transport hub The troops fly it to avoid being encircled by Ukrainian forces Two days later an Associated Press team reporting from Lyman saw at least 18 bodies of Russian soldiers still on the ground A Norman

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Ukrainian tank unit holds line inside the Donbas

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Ukrainian tank unit holds line inside the Donbas

"Ukrainian tank units fighting Russian forces in the Donbass a holding their line despite the Kremlin's attempts to illegally annex the territory around them Ukrainian T 64 Soviet made tank fires while camouflaged in trees units have kept up patrols in their Russian built tanks some of which they say are captured from a Russian unit The city of bakhmut lies within the Ukrainian control area in the Don X region very close to the border with Luhansk which remains entirely occupied by Moscow an overwhelming majority of battle civilian population have left the city that has come under regular shelling since June Kyiv's forces have made recent gains around Lyman some 40 miles further north on the back of a successful counter offensive in recent weeks I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Illegal annexation of territory by Russia doesn't halt Ukraine forces

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Illegal annexation of territory by Russia doesn't halt Ukraine forces

"Russia has attacked the Ukrainian president's hometown and other targets with suicide drones and Ukraine took back full control of a strategic eastern city in a counteroffensive that has reshaped the war Russia's loss of the eastern city of Lyman which it had been using as a transport and logistics hub is a new blow to the Kremlin as it seeks to escalate the war by illegally annexing four regions of Ukraine and heightening threats to use nuclear force Russian president Vladimir Putin's land grab has threatened to push the conflict to a dangerous new level He also prompted Ukraine to formally apply for NATO membership a bid that one backing from 9 central and Eastern European NATO members fearful that Russia's aggression could eventually target them too

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"annex t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"annex t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Though thousands still remain unaccounted for, and more than $10 billion in damages. A shooting at a high school homecoming football game last night left one teenager dead another injured. Jim Forbes has that. Authorities in Tulsa, Oklahoma say, a suspect is still at large after the Friday night shooting at McLean high school. Tulsa police say the shooting happened in front of a large crowd near a homecoming football game. Officers found two teenage victims suffering with gunshot wounds, a 17 year old boy was pronounced dead at the scene and another 17 year old is in stable condition, a search is now underway for the suspect who police say ran off and is armed and dangerous. President of Ukraine, volodymyr zelensky says his nation is applying for NATO membership under an accelerated procedure. He said Friday the former Soviet republic has already completed its path to NATO and that it will require the consensus of NATO members as comments coming after Russian president Vladimir Putin annexed for regions of Ukraine. Jimmy Carter is celebrating his 98th birthday today. The former U.S. president and wife rosslyn are expected to spend the day with family at their home and planes Georgia, the Carter center is inviting people to send birthday greetings and photos to them at Carter center dot org. I'm Scott Carr. Former president Donald Trump is scheduled to be deposed later this month in a defamation lawsuit, a former magazine columnist E Jean Carroll has accused Trump of raping her in the 90s and says she plans to file a separate civil suit against Trump on top of a defamation lawsuit. Trump has denied Carroll's allegation that he raped her and has both accused her of lying and has attacked her physical appearance, is said to give testimony on October 19th despite his attorney requesting an exemption. The CDC is saying it has moderate confidence that the rate of monkeypox cases across the country will either decline or plateau over the next couple of weeks. Bryan shook has more. In its latest report on the outbreak, the CDC said cases could either decline or plateau or begin rising slowly or rapidly with exponential growth, monkeypox cases have dropped across the country in the last couple of weeks, averaging

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"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"In the podcast. And having listened to it already, I can confirm it is a fascinating story soon, thanks very much for running through it with us. As always, thanks very much, Jason. All 8 episodes of suli's podcast series are available now. Search for the prince wherever fine podcasts are sold and traded. If you subscribe to this show, you'll also see episodes of the prince appear on your app over the next few weekends. When people think about video game music, they often cast their minds back to their younger days when they might have been playing something like Super Mario Brothers or Tetris. Colin Campbell writes about video games for The Economist. Those soundtracks were limited by the sound chips of the day. But of course, things have moved on a lot in the last 30 years, and there are virtually no technological limitations on music today. Video game music today is being performed in some of the greatest classical music venues in the world. And every year you will find performances by the great orchestras who are celebrating the best games music.

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"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"But himself? Well, to me, it's just further evidence that mister Putin knows the war is going very badly for him. On one level, he may be going to use annexation as a way of saying I've won a great victory. It's really not much of a victory to hold a bunch of territory where you are constantly fighting to hold on to it. Or of course he may be doing it to rally support at home and to bring in a lot more troops. The declaration of these referendums coincided with his call for a while he calls it a limited mobilization. It's actually a sort of unlimited mobilization because no one really knows how many people he's going to try and bring in. And both of them are signs that the war is not going the way he wanted it to be. He's taken almost no new territory in the last four to 5 months. And in the meantime, what should the west what should Ukraine's allies do as this theater plays out? I think they must do more of the same. The supply of highly accurate, fairly long range rocket systems, so called high mass systems has absolutely changed the terms of engagement. Ukraine is now able to hit Russian ammunition centers, logistic centers, command and control, considerable distance. And the Russians can't hit them back. This is key, the Russians can only use highly inaccurate artillery and rockets against civilian targets, essentially. They can't reliably hit any military ones. And the west needs to just keep on doing that. And I think that is what's happening. Germany's sending more equipment even and just in the last couple of days, America has announced another tranche of money to send more of the long-range missiles. So they are doubling down, I think, in the west. And they need to continue to do that. Chris, thank you very much for your time. Thank you.

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"annex t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 6 months ago

"annex t" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stock markets sinking further this morning, you're a Sox 50 futures are 7 tenths of 1% lower S&P E minis are four tenths lower, negative session in Asia with the MSCI specific index down by 1.7% U.S. ten year treasury yields are moving higher, three spot 98, they breach the 4% mark a little bit earlier. That's the first time that's happened since 2010. The billboard dollar spot index, a third of 1% stronger, oil prices are falling too and recession fears down 1.4% on Brent to $85 and 6 cents. Okay, let's go to our top stories. The Bank of England's chief economist says that the government's tax cuts and the market reaction that followed require a significant monetary policy response, who pills those quasi quart X's fiscal changes have caused a significant repricing of assets. The Chancellor has again insisted that his tax cutting measures paid for by huge amounts of borrowing will work, but Charlie bean formerly the office for budget responsibility, which are usually checks government numbers is not convinced. You do find that crisis type events create collateral damage for the government in power and favor opposition parties. And for it to go so catastrophically wrong, I think makes it quite difficult to get out of. That was Charlie bean, the former head of the OBR. The International Monetary Fund has criticized the government's unfunded tax cuts by calling them excessive and warning the measures are likely to fuel the cost of living crisis in an extraordinary statement the IMF says it's closely monitoring the situation and urging the Chancellor to reevaluate quasi quartz plans have already drawn a sharp reaction on the markets. He's so far sticking to his proposals, though, a statement from the treasury says the Chancellor told leading financiers yesterday the government was committed to fiscal discipline. And now when it comes to the war in Ukraine, tensions between Europe and Russia have dramatically escalated as Moscow moves to annex parts of the country, the Kremlin is preparing to declare landslide victories in the hastily organized so called referendums that it held in the territories that are currently occupied by Russian forces. It comes as Russia threatens that you use gas supply state run gas giant Gazprom has warned that it may cut the last link still delivering gas to Western Europe and leaks were reported on the north stream pipelines to Germany where authorities have said that they suspect sabotage. It will be a struggle to avoid a U.S. recession. That's what San Francisco fed president Mary Daly thinks she's one of a host of U.S. policymakers who are doubling down on the need to continue hiking in the face of inflation. Daily adding, she has one eye on the effects that rates could have on the labor market. We have to balance that off with our dual mandate with full employment and trying to navigate that to bring inflation down while we do so as gently as possible not to tip unnecessarily the economy into a downturn that actually influences the full employment part of our mandate is a struggle. That San Francisco fed president Mary Daly, she's currently not a voting member of the FOMC. And now in top club but news apple is said to be backing off plans to increase production of its new iPhones this year after an anticipated surge in demand failed to materialize. Sources say that suppliers have been told to hold off ramping up the iPhone 14 by and the output by up to 6 million units in the second half, which hold that Apple is now aiming to produce 90 million handsets in the period so roughly the same as last year. Right, those are a few of our top stories. Let's have a look at what else is going on. Key events that we're watching out for today Bloomberg's Lee and guerin's has the look ahead, good morning, Leanne. It's Caroline good morning too, Anna 8 15 a.m. UK time so it's about 45 minutes away. The ECB pressing Christine nygaard is scheduled to speak at the Frankfurt forum on U.S. European geo economics at the BOE deputy governor John kunle he's due to speak at an event held by the association for financial markets in Europe and that will be at 9 15 a.m. UK time. There is also a barrage of fed speakers today so at three 15 p.m. UK time Jerome Powell he scheduled to give welcome remarks and an event hosted by the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis. We are also watching comments from Raphael bostic James bullard, Michelle Bowman, Thomas barkin, and Charles Evans, so really a lot of them speaking today, and on the data front, we have U.S. wholesale inventories at one 30 p.m. UK time that will be followed by U.S. pending home sales, and here in the UK Stephen and Caroline, the Chancellor quasi quatre, as we've been saying is expected to meet with top Wall Street executives later today, really to defend the government's fiscal plans and this comes a plunging pound and searching bond yields. I can't give you an exact time, but I know it will be later today. Yeah, I think it's going to be very interesting and there's a very good bit of analysis on the terminal today talking about quasi quilting or whether this policy mess is going to usher in austerity two. I mean, wow, that is such a kind of prospect of basically whether the government is going to have to slash spending on all sorts of other areas NHS. Schools, education, all sorts of other areas in order to sort of deliver on the tax cutting plan or not. Yeah, exactly a question of priorities that will have to be decisions will need to be made down the line. Let's turn next to one of our top interviews here on Bloomberg between the pound sell off geopolitical tensions rising and prices rise in globally. It's tough to plan for the future as a banker. One person who's feeling that pressure is the Deutsche Bank CEO Christian saving. He's been speaking to Bloomberg's hassle and amen in Singapore, who asked him about how he's coping with the turbulence on the markets. This is the decade of volatility because a lot of things which happened and obviously also with

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"annex t" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"annex t" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Voting in so called referendums in four Russian occupied regions of Ukraine ended today. Results are trickling in from Russian state media and unsurprisingly, they seem to overwhelmingly signal support for joining the Russian Federation. The voting was illegal under both Ukrainian and international law. There were wide reports of voter coercion. But still, this will likely pave the way for Russia to annex the land, and has been tracking all of this in Ukraine, hey cat. Hey there. So Kat, where are in the country were you and what have you been hearing? Yeah, so I've spent the last few days in villages near the southern front lines, meaning we've been getting about as close to the occupied areas as we can get. I was in one village just earlier today called tavris gay. It's southwest of the city of zapper Asia. And I ran into one 28 year old named Andre boyarsky. He told me his sister lives in an occupied village in the region, and he's been getting texts from her. And she told him that Russian soldiers came to our door with guns and cat or vote, and she voted yes. And I asked him, well, did she want to vote yes? And he got really animated. He told me, she's Ukrainian. Of course not. And it's not just her he told me. It's everyone there in that village. No one wants us, but what are they supposed to do with a gun pointed at them? And then he told me this. He says that his sister told him that her neighbors had tried to hide so that they didn't have to cast a ballot, but those same soldiers went and kicked down their door and forced them to vote. Wow, so Kat, did you hear Specializing stories in like tree that work from, other including people disease too? treatments, pruning Yeah, hazard absolutely tree removal. I and mean, I've consulting been talking, to serving people for Atlantis the last since 5 2003 days, basically since local this responsible voting started respectful. And more I've it Butte heard stories tree like that dot com over spelled and bout over again.. You know, the exiled governor for the occupied city of Melo topol down south. He said that residents there had been threatened with deportation to Russia if they refused to vote, for Taking example a look at the. So traffic

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"annex t" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"Of the shift has happened across hospitality. You know throughout the whole and not just vacation rentals or hotels restaurants and the way You know Uber and other platforms like that operate now so different and so it's very interesting but i'm curious to know for for you guys comes to your tech stack like my biggest hurdle as we keep moving forward to like tech enabled young everything is consolidation of texts. Not having to have twenty thousand different loggins and tabs open in order to make a simple function right because i kind of defeats the whole purpose of automation and technology in my opinion like having so spread across the border. How'd you guys consolidate your tech stack. Yeah that's i think you've nailed it. That's the winner. right tack. Looks different in two thousand twenty one than it did two thousand eighteen. I mean if you saw v one textile heat. It's like the the old school way to do tax dockets as you said many moving parts living out of multiple different browsers apps and we ought to create this illusion of perfection as this scene was your in for the operators in guests. Now that's probably the biggest biggest kind of focuses okay with the open. Api how do we drive this into a single source so that it is extremely seamless be operated essentially off the phone So we spent a lotta time Billingham connections and things like that and ensuring that the different pieces of software were using For school instead of using three different tools to accomplish individual things. We find tools that allow us to knock off multiple things get specific looking at you'll management meeting housekeeping communication. There's a lot of tack law firms other. Now bring this into space base as you know so op simplicity's name again for us for for you guys. Did you have to pick certain providers or did you guys build a lot of the stuff in house. Yes a combination. Proprietary attack answered party. I think that with the amount of time money resources that some of these companies are spending on technology. It's it makes sense to work with them. I mean all reference people like there continuously pushing the needle in like it's something as simple as access but they find ways to always be two steps ahead. I mean if you're build that out on proprietary level in a year we're going to be where that'd be one was like five years ago so proprietary attack for share where it's necessary and using the best of third parties offer that's readily available connecting all those pieces to make the all encompassing puzzle versus one piece the other because as you know it's it's important you have tech stocks that accomplishes everything a lot of the software allows you to do one thing within an operation definitely agree. I think we're seeing a lot of vendors Whether it's a pair to or you know any others On i just access but even. Pms is becoming channel managers because they realize like why are we. Just you know operating inboxes and calendars. We need to be like sinking with these channels. And like there's a lot of money not only a lot of money to be made but there's a lot more value. Add to have people join that software program So it's interesting to see that more companies are realizing we can be multi purpose You know whether it's texting and all these other things that you wouldn't think a back end software would do but they're adding in there to kind of keep that simplicity is pretty interesting I've a fun question for you. Since you're a guy like me an operations guy. I really wanna know what. Like if you had a prediction that you were going to be one hundred percent. I'll put a thousand dollars on right. Now that it will come true What is your prediction for the upcoming. I guess shift with its whole vacation. Rental hotel hybrid model that you see happening in the future. I really liked that question because it's safe. It's so open ended in the sense that it be Different ways i think the technology the accommodations faces all refer it to so short term. Rentals vacation rentals hotels. Is it interesting. Cross roads where what's going to materialize from all of this is the first operator that's able to service. All three of those Graphics underwent rela or under one roof and really kind of established. The next wave of why. I'll refer to it as cruel hospitality as like saunders non. Og in the space like you look at all these companies out there that are tech enabled establish themselves in. They're doing while icy huge opportunity for a new type of operator. I'm actually very optimistic. In terms of what we're up to but i also know that there's others who are going to emerge. I'm really excited to see. What the next generation apostolate looks like. There's always gonna be for five hundred groom hotels. There's no question about it. But i also think that there is a complete under service market where it's like you can touchdown. Costa rica have a technical vacation. Rental feels like a hotel but accessible on like airbnb so you nailing kind of multiple different things. They're gonna be in the words being built but it's experience it's kind of complimenting technology and under bringing i think culture and lifestyle about well as a huge piece that's missing the tax base the culture and lifestyle component. We've actually made a recent signing extreme exciting. But that's that's where it's gone. That's awesome and i think it's funny just hearing you say. The next generation of hospitality is like man. There once was a time than you. And i were the next generation of hospitality and that they like the future of it. We're already looking down another generation that's stepping up to the ranks. It's going to be crazy so And that just took me for a loop just thinking about that But no that's super cool. I think you're one hundred percent right. I think You know everything he said was spot on. So i'm going to add more to it because that good awesome. I just i think I wanna wrap like wrap this episode up with you but Four anyone who's listening as you know everything's in the show notes. But where is the number one spot for people to find you or the annex and where they learn more. Yeah absolutely so find me. Lincoln's my primary platform pretty active on his base variant of that discovering the annex. Check our instagram At annex hotels on our website. www dot the dot com Without giving away too much in the works of really exciting suffering that will out redoing website. The instagram pages is about to take off. And i don't say that with nothing behind it. We've actually just signed on. Daniel caesar as a chief cultural officer with the antics hotel witches at no small accomplishment for a little twenty four room hotel out of one end to other partners eric with chance and she'd asandra. I'm so we're really going to propel this thing to the next level tack is the focus of our operations culturing lifestyles. The folks brand interaction and growth is next for us. So it's gonna be fun to watch over shit. I can't wait and i love that. The instagram is the annex hotel. it's hells is plural. I love it. it's exciting times. I love it. Awesome will heard it. Slick talkers go ahead. Check out everything in the show notes. Make sure you check it out and stay at this beautiful property if you can get a room. Who knows that. They're probably gonna be fully booked by the time dry so you never say. Never say i'd never told you so. You.

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"annex t" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"So what was the leading moments or or turning point for you to leave airbnb and then did you go straight to the annex or what. What's the journey from Let's say cd. Yeah everybody was awesome again. It was established on someone that always likes to challenge myself learn in contribute Industry transparency. It kind of yours old when you're having be like degree work environments good but i mean there's so many pieces there to make it possible that you really have a specific task. It's kind of like. That's you're laying. These statement does to do with the annex. Came up in. I was actually interviewing for the antics at the same time. I was interviewing for airbnb. Okay i took airbnb at the time and everything seems to come full circle in his work out. But i've been watching that the entire time as to what was taking place and it was really still is a unique operator. It's kind of that. Beautiful blend between traditional hotels and rental approach like airbnb style accommodation with really heavy emphasis on tech. I mean we like to resolve his trials high tech low touch hotel and the opportunities here was to was to grow. Contribute and really build something so it was a st john from airbnb to here but it was equally exciting one just slightly different and i mean we're now at the state were worried about to take the annex blueprint and start introducing us to major cities across north america. Which is going to be really exciting as well. Now that's awesome and for the listeners. I don't know. Can you describe the annex. Like i look at the website and super beautiful clean. You could definitely tell us. It's tech enabled like that's the i think the high-tech low touch that you just said was a perfect way to describe it but What is the like if you were to be an elevator and pitching the annex. Somebody in a minute thirty or less. What would that be. Irv clock starts now. The nfl It's the high-tech loads which it's the height at low touch offering but what that means is the technology is here to enhance the guest experience. Not replace it with a lot of short term. Rentals are accommodations Technology the guest experiences. When you arrived you traditionally walk into the lobby and the ground floor has life culture to unusual wine bar. We're gonna programs event space. We have a cafe so there's life that exists at the hotel by the technology. Is there to allow you to interact with the space in a very modern way. So it's what i refer to as the future. Austerity is how he oregon. You start traveling. Want to travel so just trying to stay and you guys probably saw a huge pickup and maybe correct me if i'm wrong but like describe what his co. veg hotels in the overall tradition of what we saw in two thousand nineteen We're doing they're doing pretty they still are doing. Pretty bad when it comes to You know revenue numbers with occupancy because in the beginning before pre vaccinations and everything that people were really hesitant to be in common spaces like that you know in a close for sanity at check in The elevator all that stuff like what was that. Like for you guys on the sense where people were able to bypass a lot of that stuff and get rid of that fear of all right. How many people am i going to come in contact with. I'm on my journey to my room. versus now that they have that bypass. What's was that a sustainable model for you guys. During the beginning or is there dip but now it's it was. It was very validating for us. I mean obviously actions thousand eighteen pupils first interaction. the brand directly of doubtless cool and cool was the word that was tossed around. Come pandemic was last. This is cool and it was. This is how it should be like this. You should experience a hotel be it was the execution You get a lot of enquiries or calls asking. How does your hotel word with your front desk. And you explain the concept of people they go. Oh okay that means a lot of sense and to get this. At the beginning of the pandemic we're talki- march march thirteen two thousand twenty one st john's Shortly after that Our focus became less. How are we gonna drive the most revenue during the spirit of times. How can we serve our community. Giving we how very unique space and we hosted Healthcare workers are frontline healthcare workers in our patel at no cost to them for three months and we had zero cases or instances of cova because of direct with bill. Yeah there's no. There's no unnecessary Was very much. You comments enabled by technology to access in eurasia room. You're communicating via phone. The only onsite requirements for us were was anything maintenance related or housekeeping boundary strategic. And say. so we've done that the heroes now hotel initiative and we really just doubled down on that sense. It's like continuing to find ways to make this that much different in other spaces and how it would tell we think should be on the stage. Yeah and not talked about like this pet of the industry a lot but do you think this like sped up the learning curve that guests had to go through from going to a traditional hotel to a mobile high tech enabled hotel where they probably would have asked a lot more questions. Like how do i get my door code to work versus. Now it's like. Oh all right i was. That was that learning curve that kind of disappeared. You think sped up compared to what we're seeing in the previous years. Yeah i think it's it's kind of. It's like yes absolutely sped it up. People have been forced to adopt technology whether they like it or not and i think because the underlying tone of covert was always there in safety and contact be distanced was apart of people's normal routine. They were less inclined to ask questions of light. Why is it done this way and kind of understand that it was there to help them but frost. It wasn't anything different. We've always operated this way. So it's been really interesting to watch the adoption technology. Both operators guests over the last couple of years. I probably sped it up by five to seven years like you will get large. Operators like a and whatnot now mandated in five years. They're going to be completely contact in terms of access. So i think this is going to be very exciting time for the space sweet. I love that. I love that for you for you. What's your did you. Did you ever have like guests. Ask either you or your staff like. Oh did you guys do this because of the pandemic like did you go all contactless list because of covert or Like and if they did ask you that and you told them know what was the look on their face. I'm going to carry certain questions for sure. I think one of the biggest things i noticed was prepaid. Our demographic was probably a little more targeted than it is. Now where it's now more wide-ranging we're talking yet people who are in their twenties but you also get people in their sixties and it's kinda cool to watch rock with it because they understand it now. It's like they've become the tech experts of like very easy to use tack in his time. They feel proud of themselves. So it's not something questions about like. Oh did you guys do this. During kobe but more. So how do you do this. Why did he set the business up this way. Because by default kind of covert was isn't awful thing but they've been a blessing skies for our operations in insurance of just game where people see it and interact with it on as one of my friends and noise. Ware said to me. In the beginning. When i was on the test sites for cove in nineteen was that Kobe probably the worst but best thing to happen to the industry because.

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"annex t" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"All right everybody. Welcome back to slick talk the hospitality podcast again. Your host will slickers. And i'm really excited to jump in because we're going to talk about hybrid properties today and i got my main man from the annex hotel out in canada ryan. How're you doing today. we're doing some sausage will. Of course well. I was a little back story Giving to hear you talk on clubhouse a couple of months back through a mutual connection of ours mr francois with enzo connect and it was really cool and after being to look up the property and see what you are doing i was like. Oh we're going to have ryan. Gm of this hotel on the show. Get to geek out a little bit. You have a really cool background So just really excited jump in. But let's kick it off. Where does your journey begin full love. It started when is always a fun wet. I grew up around the street specifically hotels. I had a mother who was with fairmont hotels and resorts so from a young age. Me and my brother were once you got to bounce around these fantastic properties and experience. What we thought was free ice cream when you really just chuck him things back to your room. And that's what the fascination started was always curious about the other side. How do you create a guest experience. So rather than the high school i started working in housekeeping at the fairmont pacific rim had gone a number of progressive rolls from. There had stints overseas larger chains in north america. Therapy be saunder most recently here the annex. Oh i feel it got done a little bit of everything in the last kind of five to seven years specifically. It's been a heavy emphasis on tack so to speak in sight so auckland now it's really cool. I love that that this industry you can get so much experience by doing a lot of of everything a little bit of a lot or whatever you wanna call it. It's really cool. Because we have such a fluid industry that you can take any experience from fairmont hotels to pacific you know was the pacific rim housekeeping department and then down to airbnb and sandra now the annex super cool So tell me as a kid though. How cool was it to be floating around the hotel. I kinda like you own the place right. The feel like as a kid. It's kind of outrageous. Conor mcgregor walk with the rove. I feel like you don't really understand that age. How much goes into making you feel like that. But i think when you experience it from such a young age becomes kind of hard of you or your blood so yeah yes backlands While you didn't know anything else different right so it's like this is what you've known. That's kind of cool to see a playoff career Now tell us about your your experienced with going from housekeeping. You like what was that life. You go from that then did you. Where'd you go to after was saunder or airbnb. Yes oh Housekeeping was my starting point within the industry it became. I think obvious to me very early on that. I wanted to do a little bit. Everything to kind of be an ultimate generalists in a way want so from housekeeping jake on a number of progressive roles from a house guest services Front desk is about word by the way we'll valley from there really conscious. It naturally materialized. I mean post. Let's call it traditional hospitality when i went to flat. Look at the time which is now saunder. That's To jump into real estate acquisitions things like actually acquiring properties for the brand and then from there it was business development roles with always having strong strong fundamental understanding of operations and my most recent role or with the antics rate. Now that's really kind of everything coming together in one place because yes. You're overseeing the operation. But it's bert much. So building out. The tech stock and continuously finding ways to differentiate yourself from other tech driven operators. So it kind of comes full circle hundred percent and i am curious because you and i have a very similar background. I wasn't with airbnb or saunder but like being gm of a hotel and then also getting to really get embedded from housekeeping to maintenance know front desk the bad word All stuff did you see the flaws in the industry of overcomplicated systems or checklist and other things is that what kind of drove you to kind of shift. More towards technology side of things Getting into the position that you're in now Because for me. That's why i was like. Why are we doing it this way. Why is it to be so dang complicated and that kind of actually. That question always drove me to keep pushing. Yeah it's over honest. I think early on. You don't necessarily see it because you don't know any better right. You think that's the way it's always been done. But as i started to transition away for more of a traditional operation where you got the front dass. The systems are from nineteen eighty three And got into the technology. Space specifically with sandra airbnb. I saw that there was an opportunity to solve inefficiencies through technology but also enhance the guest experience the same time specifically the front desk by eliminating not and allowing access the room the sole lineups. You've solved an honest and a touch point. And it's what people want. Arrive is just seamless access. So it's things like nine and applying to all the business on the front and back in one hundred percent and do you feel like with technology. Because i think a lot of people even myself. Sometimes i'm guilty of putting on. The facade of technology enhances all this operations and guess experiences but the technology takes work on the backend. Like there's things go wrong. A smart hub could stop working disconnect from the wifi or something can happen right so with that like what do you think outweighs like. Do you think the old system and processes outweigh the little headaches. And hiccups happened with technology. Order the other way around. Sometimes i like. I like that question. I think it's a bit of give and take a look at the intention of old school processes is correct like when someone's coming to desk that moment of joy or delighted that initial experience but there's other ways to do that Obviously more efficient ways. More seamless ways with tac. There's things that go wrong from time to time. But i'd say the failure rate is so low technology these days that you kind of build it injure operation and it's very easy to use the opportunity to enhance a state like we're talking less than five percent Access so i'd say you're actually want to make mistakes in the old school way through technology. It's just the guest experiences different in both of those situations. Yeah i think you talked earlier to about giving the guests the opportunity to have the interaction that they want So not waiting in line but being able to come down and enjoy a drink in the lobby with maybe a front desk or guest service staff member or Even the gm yourself like being able to just hey go ahead check in your room keys opened aka your phone Go settle everything down. Come enjoy drink with me at the in the lobby or whatever that may be You know let's get to hang out and talk to have that connection if they want it right like. Is that the opportunities there right. So that's that's something that you kind of envisioned with this whole technology roll into the hospitality space for everybody here at the span. The technology tax doctor be specific is here to remove While we're lucky years everyone we have on mean we can do it very not one person per forty rooms Their hearing has the guest experience given the guests that type of interaction. It's more like you see well in the lobby and it's not behind the front desk at saint welcome to complete online the equal when we come back and join us drank as you said. That's a very different experience than like assisting someone with check in so to speak. So technology is there to remove task range. It worked for us. The people bring onto our teams there to enhance the guest experience I wish frankie bit simple..

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"annex t" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"The the high-tech touch it's the height of low touch offering. But what that means is the technology is here to enhance the guest experience. Not replace it with a lot of short term closer accommodations By acknowledging Is when you arrived. The annex you traditionally walk into the lobby and the ground floor has life culture to for wine bar. We've got a programs Event space. We have a cafe so there's life that exists at the hotel by the technology. Is there to allow you to derive with the space in a very modern way too. Slick talk a hospitality. Podcast were.

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Talk Annex Wealth management show on Wtmj and we are back at a Saturday September 11th 6 20 wtmj Money talked the annex Wealth management show. Joined in the studio Senator Ron Johnson, along with Dave Spinal, or president and CEO, Annex, Wealth management. Thank you, Danny and thank you, senator for sticking around a couple of questions that we're getting a lot from listeners is obviously we're talking about policy issues and the Federal Reserve and tapering the chairman is up for a renewal of his seat. So we're going to have to watch that, but a lot of people are asking us. About inflation and the fact that it's not really transitory in a lot of manners because of the fact that if you talk about what the definition of CPS rental equivalency is part of that, which is more permanent wages are going up. That's more permanent. So we are concerned about is inflation really transitory? I'm concerned. It's not, You know, basic definition. Inflation is too many dollars chasing too few goods and we're doing both. That's the definitely you've got this massive amount of Money creation by the Federal Reserve. All this deficit spending in the same time partly due to covid, but part because government policy where there aren't enough workers to you know, for example, manufacturers can't run full full shifts. Uh, so many things are an allocation. So we have enormous supply chain dislocations, incredible inflation, things like lumber and plastics and that type of thing. So you combine the fact that you have way too many dollars. And then you have manufacturers not even able to provide the orders they have, you know that they want to because they don't have Labour because of other spy allocation problems. That is the recipe for long term inflation. As you said to the wage gains, right commodity were price goes up and comes down. Once you increase people's wages. It's sticky, and then you create that expectation. Which is the real killer. That's that's what leads to long term inflation, where it's easy to get through price increases. Uh, that's that's a inflationary cycle and center. You know, we talked a lot about and you can just drive up and down the freeway and see the workers shortages as unemployment benefits roll off. Do we think that that is going to clear up at all? It doesn't look like it really has to The states that ended those things early. I mean, there's studies that didn't really affect employment. Part of the problem is we have so many different transfer payments. People have gotten used to not working or getting by on what sort of what kind of benefits you can get. And then you know the underground economy. Potentially. So you know, there was an article written by Nicholas Aggrastat, our miserable 21st century, not a real cheery title. He said about 20% of working age males are permanently out of the workforce. You can look at the labor participation rates and you were there just sticky. They're not increasing. That's really bad for a vibrant economy. And so you know, companies need folks obviously to create products and these supply chain dislocations. As you mentioned will continue. I do want to go back to a couple of policy issues. That are in front of us. One is a continuing resolution and the debt ceiling in front of us any insight there? Well, I love the effort following leader McConnell's announcement that we weren't going to help the Democrats increase the debt ceiling for their deficit spending. So I had led the effort to have 46. Republican senators say, Listen, you have the power. You're passing all this massive deaths of spending with your 51 votes. You can do it with 51 votes to increase the debt ceiling, so do it. Don't expect us to do they are they've been put on notice. They have every capability. And so I'd expect Republicans Lisa's 46 to stand by that pledge when they signed my letter, and we'll have to see how this plays a part. Of course, you know, we talk about the largest attacks increase since 1968 in the largest spending in more than 100 years, and I just don't see a whole lot of pushback and give us something to be positive about. I know you that makes you laugh senator. But What is it that we can look forward to? With this massive, Phil coming down the pike? Maybe November 2022. We sweep Democrats out of power, You know, Listen, if you're not happy with President Biden, creating the crisis of the border, this debacle withdraw from Afghanistan understand that it's Democrats. In the country in the congress that are enabling All this. Terrible policy. You know all these disasters, and so that's political accountability. People need to awaken to the urgency of the moment and hold that. Political parties in power accountable for this mortgage of our kids future all these disasters that really are hallmark of the Bite Administration. September 11th. Obviously 20 years ago, nobody will forget what had happened. What are your thoughts about where we are today? But whenever I think of September 11th I think of those iconic pictures of firefighters, Port Authority police walking up the stairs into danger. Well, everybody else is Saving their lives. Um In these tragedies. We always do seem to See and witness the absolute best of humanity in American characters. That's the first thing I think of. Thank you, Senator. I really appreciate it. And to all of those who had lost their lives on 9 11, our hearts continue to be with you. Thanks. That's Dave. Dave. Remember a couple years ago, Gordon Hop Erman was in, He lost a daughter. He lost a daughter, Andrea. And she was in the north Tower of the World Trade Center. As you said he lost his daughter, and he started the 911 memorial in key Waske. Um, and one of the things he did, Danny is he drove all the way back from New York with a steel beam from the North Tower of the World Trade Center £2200 still being and it was a caravan. There was no question about that in this memorial serves as a guy not only for the public But educators alike and think about the standing. If you're under age 20 years old, you weren't alive. When this happened, however, we're happy that we're part of this and we have supported this cause and you can too. Buy going to Wisconsin. 911 memorial dot com This money.

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"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Why, from the Annex Wealth Management Studios, This is Wisconsin's morning news. Here's your host, Jean Miller. Back in the saddle again. Good to see the crew. Last time we were all together. It was not here. It was at the golf course for the WTMJ Classic a week ago today doesn't feel like a year ago does that was that was a lot of fun. Good time, thanks to everybody who came out, participated all of our fans and partners and all of our teammates that were there too good chance to see everybody all at once, but no more living in the past. We look ahead to what's going on today. Janu did a road trip and we're going to hear the results of that road trip. You went up to Fox Valley, right, Nina? Neenah, Wisconsin Construction Company there, called Myron's Construction company has been holding an event called Built like a girl. For the last several years. They have, um girls who are going into high school on their on their job site and give them an opportunity to work with some tools. And drive a crane. Did you get to drive a crane? I did. Did you wreck anything? No. Because they had someone watching me. I didn't see anything online or in the papers all his gun and Milwaukee. Woman cousins green. They say Yeah, I know that that's again. Wait, Will you that will be coming up at 5 51 this morning. We're checking with Craig Gilbert as well. A new market University law school poll, just reinforcing what we know about politics in Wisconsin and most of the news. Is that good? He'll be live at 7 21 on the sporting front. The Reds and the Brewers renew hostilities still a big league for the crew, but no lead is big enough at this point in the season. Yeah, for sure. 7.5 games is what the Brewers carry into this three game series against the Reds, and it's It's exciting because they can maintain that lead and potentially stretch it out. It's also scary because if you have a bad series, all of a sudden it's down to 4.5 with a month to go, right, So it's another gigantic series an opportunity for the Brewers to Push ahead towards the postseason. Yeah, we get to that point now where I'm almost every game is going to feel like a playoff game. For the most part, the Brewers have a very tough stretch. They play a lot of contending team. I mean, you could be 25 games out, and that's certainly a worse position to be in a position we've been in in Milwaukee far too many times before, so I will take this 11 times out of 10 5 13 sports is next. This report is sponsored by first Midwest Bank helping build Business Momentum in Milwaukee. When the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra wanted to find harmony in a new home. They turned to us. I'm Dave Warner Market president of First Midwest Bank. We help them walk he symphony orchestras secure funding for a new space to keep inspiring the city.

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"annex t" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Midway along the lakefront this morning. It's also 77. 73 Bartlett in Aurora. It's 73 now your money on W G and the opening Bell rings this morning with investors hoping for more of the same today, the NASDAQ finished at a record high after the FDA approved the nation's first covid vaccine. Shares in vaccine makers rose along with the airlines and cruise industry stocks. Oil prices also surged nearly 6% at the closed Yesterday, The Dow gained 215 points the S and P added 37 asset jumped 227 and this morning U. S. Stock futures are at least in the green, although a little flat. Dow futures are up just 24 points. NASDAQ, which is erupt about a quarter percent this morning. Markets are mostly lower in Europe overnight and in Asia. Some gains as well. Good gains in In China. Some Apple employees are moving ahead with efforts to organize their launching a website called Apple To where employees can share stories of harassment or discrimination. The site invites the company for a culture of secrecy and retaliation and says it's time to now think different. And former union only about 15 employees that are directly involved in that organizing effort. I'm Steve Chris Annex on Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. M. I'm Bob Sullivan, host of AARP's The Perfect scam. This next episode will make you think twice. If we're booking your next vacation cancer during Covid was tough. We needed something to look forward to you. So I look on Craig's list and Oh, my goodness, this house was perfect Emails go back and forth. We do a wire transfer of the crooks are always experimenting..

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"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"In the earliest days of america's manned space program ace pilot mary wallace. Wally funk was acing all her in the privately funded women in space initiative but in nineteen sixty one. That scheme was cancelled. Neither she nor any of the so-called mercury thirteen women went to space last month though. Wally funk did go to space just aboard a sub orbital flight by blue origin. The four of us. We had a great time. It was it was wonderful. I wanna go again. Fast of the nearly six hundred people to have broken free of their earthly bonds. Only sixty seven have been women and there's more to it than just historical inequalities as female astronauts on able to fly as much as their male colleagues will never loads of reasons for this. Joe linus rights for the economist. Many of them are the same as the barriers hold women. Back in terrestrial professions. The space comes with some particular hurdles. One of them is the impact of spice troppo house on the human body. And what do you mean by that. What are those impact. Well when they're in space astronauts were exposed to a complex radiation environment and there are two main sources huge explosions could solar flares take place on the surface of the sun and they release massive amounts of radiation and then the russo galactic cosmic rays. These are high energy owns of in strips of electrons as they travel across solar systems close to the speed of light. These were big. Problem is highly penetrating and can't easily be stopped by shooting. This radiation can have a very nice effect on the body. Raising the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease can cause damage to the central nervous system which can lead to things like cognitive impairments. Memory problems on earth. We're potato by magnetic field which stretches around our planner and this does a pretty good job of protecting us from the radiation in space that makes sense but why then should the rules be any different for women for men but it's hard to study the effects of space radiation on the border so when deciding on how to crate radiation limits for their astronauts nassar of largely relied on a study that follows survivors of the atomic bomb was dropped on japan. In this echoed wall this has led them to believe. The women are a higher risk of developing radiation induced concert. Men partly because they tend to live longer and also because they can be more susceptible to certain cancers such as breast and thyroid based on this nassir of imposed a career limit for radiation exposure which aims to keep the chance of developing radiation induced. Fatal cancer two three percent above that nostrils and so how much exposure does that amount to in practice is where it's out on an individual basis. It would mean a thirty year. Old female would be limited exposure equivalent around one hundred. Nine hundred millisieverts knots. Compared to a fifty five year old man who could have roughly doubled up. Background radiation varies but for context and average american is exposed to around three or four millisieverts again and One hundred ninety day trip to the international space station could have anywhere between fifty and one hundred twenty millisieverts. They ceiling means a female ninety. Fly around half of the number of missions that mankind but some scientists say that there was actually no evidence for significant gender difference in radiation exposure and the associated risk of cancer. And these numbers. These limits are what america's space agency work to. Is that how it works for other countries. Well other space agencies such as the european russian bodies they don't have these differences. They have a single linnet set for all of our astronauts regardless of age agenda on the push for more diversity in his latest recruitment drive european space agency has emphasized women and applicants with disabilities applying to become astronauts so nasa have proposed a new flat radiation limit for all of our astronauts which would have around six hundred million voters. This would bring it in line with most of the other major space agencies. I'm would make gender less of a factor when deciding who gets to go on missions. So do you think all told with these amendments to the rules and more explicit pushes for diversity that will start to see more of it in space missions. We're hopefully yes. We will nassir of already released plans to put the first woman on the moon as part of their automated program. The new rules will cause a few problems when nasa another space agency start looking further afield. Us national academies of sciences engineering and medicine believe a trip to mars would exceed the limit one hundred and fifty percent they have proposed.

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"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Annex Wealth Management Studios at Radio City. Here's Jeanne Miller. May be able to give the air conditioning a bit of arrest after what a week 10 days worth of nonstop for use with highs in the mid seventies. Later on in the week. Meanwhile, we've got the return of the zipper merges. Well, Debbie lines. Are you still there? Yes, I am. Yeah, boy, This ought to be fun today. Yeah. So, from what I can see, it looks okay. Um yeah, First of all, where is it? It's going to be on 41 between Watertown Plank Road. And, um, Capital drive. Okay, technically, Swan Boulevard and capital drives ever and again For those who missed your excellent feature last week to explain this is where they actually want you to be a jerk of the wrote. Well, well, well, We don't want you to be a jerk. Be nice about it, but, you know, Yeah. Use all three lanes of traffic until the merge point And at that point Zipper in. So you go. I go. You go. I go kind of thing and just take your turn. And it really only I mean, technically speaking, you should only take like maybe a half a second more. If that for for you to let somebody in because everybody should be moving, But this is a good place. This is like driving in Britain. It's like being on the opposite side of the road. It's just against every fiber of your being. It's because your soul into defending your position in life and Yeah, okay, I get it. But I'm looking at an empty lane next to me. You know, um, you know, bleeding up to that point going. Why isn't anybody using that space? So you know where people are trying to be polite. Well, you think you know, but you could be polite at that point, right? That's where you want to be polite. Exactly. Just save all your politeness until you know it's it's critical mass time. Yeah, but there's nowhere else for the other guy to go. Yes. Yeah, but a new challenge. Play Nice out there today, Debbie. You'll keep an eye on the roads. You were advice, sir. Mr Deeds. What a game. You saw Incredible game the box pull even with the Nets in this best of seven, which is great, But things got exciting a little after the final buzzer to is the remaining media members inside the arena after most people had left just normally were evacuated from the area because the fire alarm was going off. So yeah, kind of a crazy day. But all things considered everybody's okay. Everybody's safe in a big time win for the box, which is good, Gene you watched at home. I did watch it home and the one thing I mean, there were So much energy and obviously a lot of excitement. But this really aged me because I realized I could not be there because it was so loud it was, but it was so loud. It was painful. Those cutaway shots to to the Dear District wide. There was nuts. It doesn't even look like Milwaukee said. Where is this happening? So I went out onto the balcony in the the big club up top to overlooked at your district as the game was ending the record little postgame video and just take some pictures and whatnot. It's in My post game video. We've got it up on wt NBA's Facebook page and on our Twitter you could hardly hear me speaking from like 10 stories up above the Dear District, I was the only one in the balcony. It was crazy downtown yesterday, and we do it again Thursday night with Game six Thursday night. Back at home Tuesday night is the pivotal game five. But yeah, the bucks have guaranteed themselves another home game, which is awesome. Sports of brandy is next. 5 14 new roof costs of fortune all that noise for days. How long does it take? None of that is necessary. A revolutionary new treatment called Roof. Max restores the flexibility of shingles and adds another five years to your existing roof roof. Max typically cost 20%.

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WTMJ 620

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"annex t" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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