23 Burst results for "Baucus"

Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

Optimal Living Daily

02:40 min | 9 months ago

Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.

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"baucus" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"baucus" Discussed on Mind Pump

"But i got a little impatient and i to end baucus starter. Bundle okay so. I'm currently doing the about about to go into face to anabolic and doing the no six. Pack no bs six-pack formula So i guess really. My question would be have format the programs and select the foundational workouts in trigger workouts from anabolic with the node bs. And then maybe where to from there. Yeah that's okay so. I'm glad you asked that because i actually designed both programs to be worked to work together right so in maps anabolic. You have the option of doing between two to three foundational workouts. A week in the no. Bs six pack formula Same thing you can do two to three foundational workouts a week now the no. Bs six-pack formula for people watching focuses entirely on the core building the muscles of the course. They're more visible even at higher body. Fat percentages both programs also have trigger sessions on the off days trigger sessions. Are these really short eight to ten minute. Low intensity workouts typically done with bands or body weight and just kind of trying to get a little bit of a burn a little bit of a pump. Send a small muscle-building signals so a lotta people question. How do i do both programs. Well here's what you do. You alternate the foundational workouts. Each so monday maps abolish foundational workout. Tuesday nobis six pack foundational workout wednesday maps anabolic foundational workout. And so on then on the foundational workouts days of map symbolic bollock. You do trigger sessions from the no. Bs six pack formula on the foundational workout days of the six pack formula. You do trigger sessions for maps anabolic. So every day or most days you're doing a foundational workout from one of the programs and trigger sessions for the other program. Does that make sense yet. Definitely i i've been doing Would say version of that I ask too many questions. If that's okay..

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"baucus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"baucus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Here. Larry come in lafayette. It feels better. What do you on the bucket any report. Yeah he's flawed. Once through the heart killed him but time we get about one. Am look the happened just a few minutes before. I got there while you got tapped. Ginger killer was getting lean had tricky pullover light. My anything from the labouring avon abusing regret active for one baucus annoy you but the wood on the floor the corner prompt that yet for no no fortunately none at the crop if comey something you have to hear nick brentano. You're nothing more than the name right. Now where they come from albany knows but he's moved in on most of the racket from town and moved in art. They must have a record. Add under that name. I've looked thing that gets me. is this. nobody's ever seen this guy. They don't know what he looks like. But they're all scattered death in your brentano big muscle and dangerous supposed to be responsible for a couple of unsolved killings and the only way miss to get them out in the open He pulled the trigger. Barca's bucking the panel work together. But you get them from his wife Living gary when joe got outta stir on day brentano called up right away baca taxes bag and land next thing we see a full of home. You figured on have been things to be quite a guy at the department. Going crazy underworld scan steph. I'll lose with that combination. They will leave us hopes. Though he's a little heavy handed. Larry make us flip one of these days.

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"baucus" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"baucus" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Which is kind of what we did and So there's that generally speaking the website. Thank you research dot com. It's right there in cars anyone who's ever wants to beat set up their own website it's very easy to do. I'm interested right now previously, a big bank can the twitter and stuff just compliance reasons I'm really enjoying hacking around in the twitter Lachey have equal. And Being able to see things like this without going through four hundred and being limited about what I can say by excellent. Also no I. Love. Your answers I mean I think and this is the thing about the hot. Take the day you ask me on Friday what makes me tick talking to smart people about smart topics and being able to expand. The logic because there is so much reading and a very good friend of mine said that an MBA is just a tour of the library and they show you where the books are. But if you don't go and read yourself, you will never accomplish anything and so for people who are unemployed and they should just go get an MBA in that credential will make them better. Know listening to podcast reading reports connecting with smart people, challenging opinions, and really resetting your thought I think is the most effective way for you to move forward. I mean certainly for Star I've always read Psalm. and. I always stress workout and smartphones guys in the ringers I'd really distance. The secret of Mile Career says. Gain, identifying who this guy is really guilty this things they're saying and reading books over the years of all types. That was that's that's absolutely one key point is to rain the only thing. That's my kids nate garbage man if you if you me what you can, you can do really WanNa. Go you know. One of the interesting to me is how you will twenty is good. He said Hey, we're gonNA start looking joint. It would be like, what are you thinking? How can you possibly stop bogut company in the US with bug at King and you know Donaldson whatever it's a nightmare baucus go and see and you look at it you five guys you go shake shack. Absolutely, answering existing market, and if you good at what you do in, really do it with strong view providing the customer service. You can succeed. You don't have to invent a whale tesla you know what I mean. You can actually just what cod straightforward business even showing and what your way up they will start. Awesome. Already suitable and this environment really means people have to think about that. you go out and basically make your own mind. There's no point lying government of generous. Yeah well. I love it, and then I look forward to having you back on the show I've really enjoyed our conversation. So a pulse. Thank you. Thanks for being on the show. Until next time everyone be safe. Be Good. Have a great day and by. They've lived up. Great..

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"baucus" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

Vaughn and Clay All Day

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"baucus" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

"Burden is light. Oh so good. There's nowhere in the world we can find that. Yeah yeah. And i think sometimes going back to the casual christianity church and we we go to religion. But we don't go to jesus and a difference there a hundred percent if you haven't listened to religion relationship so that's exactly what we talked about says. So yeah yeah. I think what one part of your story chelsea that i think is really cool is when god called you or sort of put it on your heart that the job that you were at at that time he was like okay. Maybe this isn't the drive you're going to continue to be at but you didn't know what the next couple steps would look like. Walk us through that process of trusting god because even when you knew that he was calling you into doing the residency at christ community even then. Obviously that's still hard to trust right because you don't know what that looks like. How are you able to take that step i that i think it's awesome that you did that. And clearly. that's what god wanted looking through the way that he's grown you and used it but baucus through that or for anyone who got maybe calling them into something but they're like. I don't know if i want to do that that sort of uncomfortable which that was for you. How did you do that. Good question yeah. I think looking back god gave me so many so many signs and so many little things along the way and he was he was preparing my heart for that decision for a year and a half and i didn't know that at the time but looking back i know that now he was preparing my heart so i remember in november of two thousand sixteen. I i. I'm a journalist. I journal so much. I would recommend that for anybody listening. I know some people don't think they're journal. But you can look back. And see a record of god's faithfulness. And i drive down what i think what i think the holy spirit is telling me i write down events i wrote down dates and so i wrote down in my journal in november of two thousand sixteen that.

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"baucus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"baucus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Again. My men's clinic dot com or call for 439 to 70 to 92 guys, Let's fix it for her. It's not hard. It's the stuff around the country with going on. People are talking about the law and order. Talk Radio 68 Wcbm. Saying that Joe Biden slipping, though, doesn't apply that Joe Biden had firm footing under him at some point if you go back to least the 1988 campaign Joe Biden did not. That was when he plagiarized the biography of British member of Parliament and had to drop out of the race. It's also where he yelled at a a citizen. I think it was Of a New Hampshire's about how much smarter you I graduated top of my law class after almost dropping out of the bottom half ended up graduating the top 2/3 Everything, he said. And that was a lie. He was like seventh from the bottom of his law class. He claimed that he got a full scholarship, an academic scholarship. Didn't he claimed that he won awards that he hadn't Now, so maybe Joe never had it. Maybe Joe never had it. He did have to aneurysms before that, To be honest and fair to Joe. Everybody I've known whose ad Brain surgery where their skull was actually opened up. They've changed a little bit. They're not necessarily dumber, but they are just different. Max Baucus, who's a senator from Montana, who went on to be Obama's ambassador, China and now works on behalf of the Chinese communist government, because it was a natural fit. Was the same way he changed dramatically after he suffered a motorcycle accident required brain surgery. So it's not just Joe. But Joe's running for president. I think they're certain legitimate questions that have to be asked Like Are you all there? We could start we would if Joe Biden were able to string together coherent sentences. With regularity. These questions wouldn't be asked that he can't and that he claims to have been arrested A bunch of times when he was never arrested Things like that that causes people to think you're either a liar or there's something else going on. So realistically, they're giving him the benefit of the doubt by assuming that it's his mind slipping and that he's not just a lying fraud..

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"baucus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"baucus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And that's because this is causing any consternation or hesitation in Beijing because they have problems also with India with that border clash, they've got a number of challenges around them as well. Is there any sense that they may be thinking? Maybe we pushed this too hard too fast. Well, they're very acting and the Chinese, um Strong U. S actions like closing consulate in some of the sanctions we opposed against Chai Chai Also China Chinese officials because of Hong Kong. Are really making it difficult for the reformers in China to press their case. Rather, it's causing the Hawks in China to advance their case. And it's so basically because of all his public statements back and forth. It always causes hardening both both sides. China's very tough Of course ahead of it. It has on the one hand, not two reactive against United States wants to maintain relationship with United States, their economies so much depends on strong. Trade best between our two countries, and, frankly, frankly, his reactions to some of America's statements have been pretty measured. They could be a stronger but they're pretty measured. He's doing that because he wants to keep a good relationship with our country. They're still buying a lot of products of the phase one deal. On the other hand, he's got hawks in this country to worry about angry with with what states of saying that pushing him to be more conservative, too. So it's Agent tough row to hoe. Finally, a ambassador Baucus Give us a sense of what Biden approach to China would be. I mean, we have a long way to go to the election, as I say, and we only have one president of time, so I don't want to get ahead of ourselves. But at least is a possibility. Now that Joe Biden could be the next president. How would he approach China differently? I think Joe Biden with a gauge more and fair, but firm, quiet diplomacy that is he would speak privately to president Cheesy. You can't do that for you. We're not going to go on what you're doing and back it up with with actions rather than being public. You won't use Twitter accounts like Trump does a quiet diplomacy firm and tough and strong. Tented more effective in all this name calling back and forth. He also will work with our allies much better. Trump hasn't done that. And in my experience to help encourage China to work with us, we have to work with our allies. Otherwise, China will divide and conquer big one country off against another so that those air to made differences. Okay. Thank you. So much for being with us today. That's Max Baucus. He's former U. S Ambassador to China under President Obama still ahead here Larry Summers.

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"baucus" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on The Heat

"See who's elected member the United States if I'm Donald Trump's be elected I think it'd be more of the same problems is Israel is second. If Joe Biden is elected I think you'll see a president who's a critical China Budget critical more responsible predictable way and will work with international institutions like the IMF handed w Joe Etcetera. So if that happens then I think that don't it's possible will come closer together. Look people in China like people had states. We'll wanting same thing we on it but the table decent jobs we WANNA take care bye gets good education. Ever governments address air water pollution healthcare CETERA. We all Chinese people American people so if we just got to take a deep breath and push the pause button low bid. It's likely back come around. Is that helps them? Just going back to your point on the possible outcomes of November election if we see president trump lose reelection. If we have a new president President Biden you see relations with China improving in many ways. I mean W we return of the whole idea of multi-lateralism will see Joe by attempting to establish states is later in the world work with international institutions. You also will be very suspicious of trade agreements. Frankly I go back to the old the roll Democratic Jews you know all trade agreements are good. Agreements required skeptical trade agreements rejecting American jobs. You probably will spend a lot of time on American infrastructure the America's economy a lot more than president trump has. I think you'll see certainly competition with China. I think you'll see a joe. Biden will not but they criticized China's near as much spider that is as more gravitas won't do things like that because he knows is wants to work with. China hasn't said things that don't upset. This seems to be agreement across party lines in the United States needs to be a lessening of. Us depend on China's manufacturing capabilities We've heard president trump talk about this humor time numerous times he wants to repatriate the manufacturing competitive capabilities. China back to this country. I mean realistically do see that happening. Some of it will but not a lot. American multinationals will do business they get the greatest return and that will be States they'll also be in China by far the world's largest market Chinese middle class but four hundred billion soon be larger than entire population nited states. They'll look at other countries as well and I think too that down that red hot judge Judy see right now what will start to diminish and when that happens then I think we'll find a Lomar openness in the multilateral system but with is wide very of the American speed at Walmart careful about it to class overseas live too much wine other countries. Now pharmaceutical very much depends upon China's our our semiconductor industry very much depend on China and decouple regarding way a frankly. I think that's going to cause a lot more bombs than solve much more than people realize today. President trump spent much of the first three years in office Engaging in what turned out to be a trade war with China then of course we have an agreement the first phase agreement and there was an agreement signed and then not have the pandemic What do you make of that? Do you think that trade agreements going to survive? This is it in any kind of jeopardy. Essentially was Rachel much before the one box and even then a Golfer China to buy stupid water plus dollars agriculture and in fact you energy as promised and at the same time trumpet after lowered tariffs. I part of that agreement. Corona virus though is really thrown all that off or batch of because the economy's both countries suffered such a low simmers in China art by near as much not buying west lockdown stayed home and said it awesome possible child to live up to two hundred goods. Why we do. I think that if adults China realize hey run viruses caused changing circumstances here so I just sit up renegotiate. Good thing if you had to advise the president right now on the best way of moving forward in this very important relationship. What would you say first of all? I'd have to listen to listen to me. I tell him that. China's not going anywhere where the two largest countries in the world we gotTA figure out of love with each other and figure out where we gain more respect from China and how China Gains March back from us. It's mutual respect. Outta do that. What I you stop calling each other names. Avoid all eat at public rhetoric A second together my judgment a longer term strategy states dealing with China United States as never really had a long term strategy plan spoke to China very off air reactives on the nature of democracy. I said okay. Let's planter Agree to China. If we agree to where we cannot agree we first privately. Tell them firmly. Sorry China we can't do that and if you do. That job will be significant repercussions repercussions with with obviously that near that. Did it in you have to stay in a way? They not backed up the Donna and a mutually respectful way. That's right. We are seeing some changes though. Chinese diplomat's becoming more vocal on social media in the in the in the press as well as the government pushes back against the kind of anti-chinese rhetoric that we're seeing in the United States is narrative being peddled by some media outlets What do you make of that the fact that there is a more aggressive tone while it's hard to know now they're called? Wolf wires on my experience doing with the Chinese diplomat's they're much more inclined. Try to find operation much more inclined to find some of them still old school and while there's talking about cooperation you're wondering do they really mean it or not but I think that still is the name of approach in foreign ministry for Mr Longing for example that is certainly his That so I hear about Wolf. Wears it? Some of them are saying that they say at unnoticed. Good cop bad cop I just don't know but I think who has in China realize it dumped the more there and let softball will worse loose. Were causing more problems with about Max Baucus. Thanks so much for in such. Thanks for joining us. Thank you that was a conversation with Max Baucus. Us Senator and Ambassador to China under the Obama Administration the heat is produced by CGT in America executive producer a tariff H. And the scene producers. John Gilmore Rushmore Barlow and Mavi cone produced. Today's podcast guest producer. Was I sing? And Director of digital development is Michael Sugary. Once again. I'm on ninety. Thanks for listening. Do you have a comment or question about today's podcast? Send US An e mail you can find us at hate. Pod COST AT CGT IN AMERICA DOT COM. And please if you like the heat help the word by subscribing rating or leaving a comment with your favorite podcast provider..

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"baucus" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on The Heat

"Good Golf between our two countries is deepening honest. Going Sore Clark's such agree that it's going to be difficult to put Humpty dumpty back together again say after the next election very good shape as the Kobe nineteen pandemic continues to destabilize society in the United States the administration of Donald Trump is continuing its attacks against China after weeks claiming the Chinese withheld information about the virus in its early at spreading unproven theories about its origin trump has not publicly threatened to cut ties to China and Thailand. But where will these attacks lead? All purely political to deflect blame for trump's own handling of the crisis what can parties do in both countries to avoid a permanent rift between the world's two largest superpowers. Hello I'm honored Naidoo. Welcome to the heat. Podcast IN THIS EPISODE. We share our broadcast interview with someone who knows very well the nuances and fragility of US China relations. Max Baucus was the eleventh. Us Ambassador to China under the Obama Administration. He also served as a US. Senator from Montana for almost thirty six years. He joined US Marsh- SKYPE FROM BELGRADE. Montana. Let's listen ambassador. Thanks so much for joining us. This is a time of rising tensions between China and the United States happening when we have a pandemic that's affected almost every country in the world and sent the global economy into a tailspin. How do you see how would you characterize this relationship right? Now is not good Fact I think it's as a result between our two countries is deepening as widening on going so far such that. It's going to be difficult to put Humpty dumpty back together again say after the next election. We're not a very good shape is not good. There are a lot of reasons. Why words such bad shape. But it's not good. Well let's look at some of those reasons. President trump and senior members of his administration have accused China of lack of transparency of a cover up informing the world of this corona virus outbreak. Yet if we look at a timeline of what happened we see that China was being as open as it could at the time. That would be my guess too. And that's my reading of the data. I mean some degree. We have to remember China's China. That is up some of the local officials for bit of prized when they learned about the Farris second didn't want Barris the superiors. There's a cultural Tennessee in China because it somewhat top-down out to give above you bad news and I add to that sort of the accuracy. China's quite sure so probably a took some time for the comfy to respond and to begin to lockdown Wuhan. Where did right because we look at the information that came out of China? It was heard around the world. Countries like Singapore South Korea New Zealand for instance. They had the same information and they were able to act very quickly flattening that curve as right. It's unfortunate that nice sponsors slow. The basically disorganized response because of the dynasty's from government concept of Laki it or not even a parliamentary democracy return. So it's difficult for different agencies in different states to coordinate to get a good solid response. We were slated to switch. Anyway we relate. Were not developing a response to something anyway. We were slow and if we look at one of the other more ominous developments we've heard from the US Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo who says that he has quote enormous evidenced. Corona virus came from a laboratory in the city of Wuhan. He's provided none of that evidence and in fact he's been contradicted by his own director of National Intelligence Israelis. Dr Anthony Fauci the Director of the National Institute of Allergen Infectious Diseases and one of the leading spokespeople on the outbreak here in the United States. So is the. Is The house spreading disinformation and for what reason? I of white put out with them a sector statement. He has backed off a little bit when you realize that weight Scientific COMMUNITIES POST. But he was saying is essentially The relationship in China was deteriorating anyway apart because of trade deal and more importantly because of the terrorist threats to trump slapped on China then when the virus came along that it just made batteries works. came up. It's not some other country at the health relationship. Add to that viruses dramatically. Slow down the economy slow China. Us others around the world and that's Aqazadeh Unemployment. In the last it's caused a lots of people do wonder about their next paycheck and somewhat blame China for that and so it just At the corner has made matters worse. Not Top of that. Your peyot is criticizing giant of the public. Artie issued a fifty seven page guide tubes. Republican senators Republican House members on how to win the elections in the key is to blame China China for the China for job loss. Lame China for cover up lamb chop and that's adding a lot more to denser between the two countries so would it be fair to say ambassador that this is a lot of election politics that we hearing right now that President trump by blaming China is basically deflecting attention away from his own. Handling of the corona virus outbreak in this country and many instances these own incompetence in dealing with that in essence. He's scapegoating China full. This isn't he. That's partly true is true that he is actually largely escape China but the division is deeper than that question. You just pose solid assumes once the election's over things will get back tomorrow. They won't GET BACK TO MALL. It's very difficult to forage a stronger relationship lace as strong as it was backsied up about two thousand thirteen says thirteen to To Jump Selection was slanted anyway and then the virus and in my judgment. Trump's digitally filed toward China is made worse. Add to that. There are a lot of pretty smart states. Were not speak up or people in office moderates especially moderate Republican side. We're afraid to speak up there. Timid timid by trump in it's kind of sliding toward a form of McCarthyism out is politically incorrect. Speak Truth to power and that's also happening and if we look at some of the broader implications of what's taking place What we're seeing from this deteriorating relationship there was an op-ed in the New York Times published on Monday. It said among other things that going abroad in search of monsters to destroy won't save Americans from pandemics but it does risking tangling the United States in a Cold War with the world's number two power Always standing on the brink of what could be another Cold War. I don't think so. You know what you mean by Gore particluar Soviet Union speech different THAN IT WAS NUKES DETROIT. Each other to that the condoms much much smaller than the Chinese economy. This time around were very tied to China tied to China that we were to Russia back then economically even with a trade section yards and second down no countries Doug about award at all authors a lot of competition and there's a lot of people in is states our concern about China. I saw a pew research Liquid showed two-thirds of Americans today of unfavorable China. Now that's probably because it's an actions. China's taken good example might be South China Sea in some of the trade barriers but also because of a market concern about their their security at partly. It's because of companies like wow always. Et Ear roundly criticized. United States and let Americans are various genes Other China's companies are spying the United States and that adds a lot of insecurity to. Yeah when I said Cold War was thinking at a time. When countries should be cooperating with each other coordinating their approaches to solving some of the world's big problems like the pandemic like climate change like fighting terrorism. And things like that. Could these two countries end up in a a state of tension constantly in a state of hostility? At all the time that's possible is undesirable? It possible United States is squadron of stark role is a role later the trump talking about America first criticising allies from traded Ramos drying from them. Who Harrison United States is under under trump. Anyway is as is watering Ship and drifting resin she in China. I'm not sure he must've be a world leader. That feels kind of they want to proceed with the commercial. Economic Growth Wrote Initiative for example. It's very possible that the two major superpowers that is the two largest countries in the world could drift. And that's going to cause a lot. More on uncertainty in the world is going to cause them lots of different countries to rummage g line with or do we align whatnot as far as possible. I think we have to wait to.

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A Conversation with Civil Rights Attorney Rabia Chaudry

Asian Enough

05:42 min | 2 years ago

A Conversation with Civil Rights Attorney Rabia Chaudry

"The story that works. You know I've had thousands of people over the years reach out. It's not just me not saying we read this book or we listen to this. We Watch this. And we didn't even realize some of the assumptions we held or the prejudices. We had about Muslims until we heard your story and was like Oh my God. You're just you're just like any of us and and you know it made it much more self aware I think storytelling is one of the most powerful aspects. Storytelling is what changes people's hearts and minds really. Nothing else works. What were some of the stories that I made you feel that like even growing up. You're always like a writer at heart. What were the stories that I took hold in you? Where did you get them? You know the stories growing up as an American Muslim when before nine eleven honestly a lot of people had no or maybe before the Iran hostage crisis. I'm trying to think of what international event made me realize that I'm a Muslim probably the first the first Gulf War. I remember the Gulf War. I was in middle school and the war began in the middle of the day and teacher came over to me and said hey tell your uncle Saddam Hussein to back off or something and I said who is it. Almost saying I'm not era. I don't even know what's happening and I was a kid. But you know a lot of the stories really just came from like my parents handing down stories like stories out of our religious traditions cultural tradition as an adult. I realize what's problematic with a lot of the stories? They're wonderful stories of very heroic stories but they also set up this false like idealism. That didn't allow us to feel like if you're a Muslim you can also have false. You can make mistakes. You can screw up because all the stories were told. Were about people who are just incredibly honorable. Did the most amazing things. And that's what you aspire to And that's what you're supposed to be What's an example? Gosh I mean one example is like my name so I'm named after medieval century like Muslim female saint one of the only Muslim female saints I best known I think she lived in the twelfth century. I don't even know Rubio other. We and you know the story I was told about her growing up. Was that you know she was incredibly right. Just and pious and she spent her days worshiping God in the evening she would go out and teach people and she had so much faith in God that she she just kind of stayed cloistered in this little space that she told people. Don't bring me any food. Because will deliver me. Sustenance and food would appear out of nowhere so for a little kid to be like okay I got like visas does incredible role model and And she says she was an amazing saint from what we know. But of course over the years you don't know what's been added to the tradition and it was just kind of this this really high expectation of piety and religious righteousness. That is really almost impossible to meet. Because you tell us a little bit about where you grew up your born in Pakistan and ended up in Maryland right. Yeah so I thought this was only like six or seven I was. I was under one when my parents came over here. Fundraising United States and my dad worked for the US Department of Agriculture. He was a veterinarian. And a lot of people don't know there's like this huge Boccassini veterinary like a whole gang of them in the US Department of Agriculture. They all came over in the seventies what we grew up in very small agricultural towns because of that. Because my dad had to work where you know where there was agricultural business oh Kansas Delaware Lancaster County Pennsylvania just very remote places where we were often the only people of color not just the only Muslim but really there were there. Were places where there were no other black people know. They're black families so very small town America. Then when I got about high school is when we kind of moved to a slightly bigger town with with diversity in it so but most of my formative years in adult life. I've grown up around the beltway. Northern Virginia or Maryland. And that's where I am. Now you've written on your blog that your parents know how to be quote critical of where we've been and where we are without throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Yeah I guess I just wanted to know how your parents raised you and how that shaped you my parents you know. They left boxes on one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred seventy s block. Assad never left them so as time moved on their idea of what's culturally appropriate for us was forever one thousand nine hundred seventy something bucks on. Meaning you know my dad would be like. Why don't you have your hair? Your hair should be in two braids and it should be well oiled and dress a certain way and you should at home. We always wore a boxing enclosing home. You know we only eight bucks any food at home but the funny thing is we would visit Baucus on like in the eighty s and ninety s people over there would be like all the women have their care cut and permed and look really cute and they'd be like what is wrong with you people. Why do you look like like? You're from a blast from the past. But you know my my parents are. My Dad is a very spiritual person. He's not like a a religious person. Like ritualistic my mom is much more religious. My mom raised us with some really strong values. And look the one thing that we heard and over and over again is the whole purpose of your life is how you're going to serve other people like what are you. GonNa do with all the education. The time the health the wealth the youth everything you have is basically like a test like we're being tested for. What are you GonNa do with it? That's the whole point of being here and so you know I. I always appreciate that because I think that's the one thing that's driven me to always feel like there's more there's more to do. There's a lot more to do.

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Lafayette 148 New York: Fantastically Vertical

American Fashion Podcast

09:35 min | 2 years ago

Lafayette 148 New York: Fantastically Vertical

"We are a global luxury lifestyle brand Led by women for women and the whole purpose of starting. The company was to be a vertical operation vertical. Meaning that we make everything ourselves So from start to finish we. We're able to control the process of manufacturing as well and you know we although we were founded in New York City. The company sort of outgrew the building and also knew that. We wanted to reinvest in some retail and in order to do that A. and Being a privately owned company. We're quite conservative. We decided to if we moved over to Brooklyn our rent. When I started the company it was nine dollars. A Square foot Twenty three years later it was ninety dollars a square foot so expensive so kind of expensive. So we we just you know. How do you re- reinvest in Your Business Model? So you know the number one expense for the company. Is the product the number two expenses? The people and number three was the rent so we went for number three because we didn't want to touch one into And found mazing hundred thousand square feet in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which is eight minutes by Uber from Lafayette Street and we collectively made a decision that this was great and we went to save money. But what we found was being on one floor completely changed the communications and the dynamics of how we work as a group so the culture which I think in today's world is such an important part of a business Our culture got better. It was good but it got great. Can you talk a little bit more about being a conservative business? Because I think a lot of people think about financing immediately when they're starting a business lately but but you haven't touched much of that well you know the first five years were really hard for the company and so not being Not Having the capital investments that may be other people had. We had to learn to live within our means. So what we would do. Is You know what we make. We would reinvest into the business. And so what what does is your growth is is more organic. Because you decide how you're going to grow how you're gonNA invest in in different areas when you want to grow and you don't WanNa you know. Look we all make mistakes? There's always a percentage of rnd and things that happened in in our business that you didn't predict but you know definitely we thought we needed a million dollars to start the company and ten million later we ran out of money and that was weird ca fears. You know the first five years Taught us a lot about what we didn't want to do in the future and you had to co-founders in the beginning I did and the Chinese AMERICANS SO MR and Mrs Sue were husband and wife team that manufactured clothes for me throughout my career Working at La's clayborn Donna. Karen Dana Buckman. So they were always there. They were always that jacket factory and yours needed great jacket in our industry That I could count on. You know they. They might have not been the cheapest factory because they were in New York City but they were reliable. Their quality was incredible and they were really nice. People that you could count on and so that relationship I kept throughout all the years whether or not I made close with them. 'cause it eventually. I moved to Hong Kong and started working for Germans and Italians and they didn't WanNA manufacturer New York so we just stayed friends and when it came back they asked me if I wanted to start a business with them and just the thought of not having to travel all over the world finding cheaper factories and being able to control the quality. The delivery the products Was Right up my alley. And they were just amazing. People that moved to America when they were in their teens they are forty years in America. They were you know They were that generation. Just like my parents were that came to the US to sort of you know. Build their dream In funding and in this case they ended up having to go back to their hometown. After forty years to rebuild our dream because in order to be competitive we had to move the factory if we wanted to stay vertical and you have an amazing sustainable complex in China. We have a fabulous. What you've built there. Yeah talk about that from the beginning and just training and what? That was what that was like. It's kind of fascinating okay. So you know We went over. Actually it was right after nine eleven and by the end of two thousand and one Mr Mrs Sue went home for the holidays and then he called me and told me he wanted to move the factory and by May of two thousand and two He flew me over there for one night to see the factory which consisted of three sewers a cutter in oppressor and just wanted to know what I thought of the factory. I was pretty speechless but I was smart enough to know that you know I could count on him so I asked him what he thought. And he said we're going to be just fine and he made sure we were justifying. He went from Ten Thousand Square feet to twenty thousand to forty thousand to the next time I visited him. He pulled up to an empty lot. And said what do you think and it was like? What did you do any says like bought the land And we're going to build our own facility. I want a building that is earthquake. Proof that sustainable. That's got solar panels on the roof for energy that that I can be comfortable Building in so he proceeded in less than two years to build a two hundred forty thousand square foot manufacturing facility that is state of the art incredible and today houses fifteen hundred people twelve hundred of which are sewers And you know anyone that visits it and plenty of important people have been from you know from the president. Fit's been there to to Mac Baucus. Who was the US ambassador to China and they all come there just to see what we've done and you know You know in our industry people just assume. Oh is it you know. Is it an acceptable factory? It's beyond acceptable. It's it's the pride of his hometown. So him and her really made a difference in their hometown. So was there a lot in terms of how he built the Culture In the quality of the factory in New York that was also taken there. And then you also side how to go so much. Further in terms of technology like to that. Just come naturally. No those are great questions. Because you know Mr superbeing factory New York City Was was getting smaller and smaller over the years. So technology was always a really important part of staying and surviving. So he was. He was ahead of his time in investing in whether it the Italian pressing machines or or or automatic cutting machines like all of this was sort of early. It was in his culture. Anyway you know when I think in East West Culture you know he used to. The First Holiday Party I went to I was there was only two people that weren't Chinese at the party. And he said turned to me and he said someday I wanted to be fifty fifty and you know he got he. He dreamed he dreamed really big but he wasn't a dreamer. He was a man that also taught you how to get the job done. You know you can rely on him and so he went back to his hometown and brought an American culture of manufacturing and also started teaching some of the local factories. How he would do it how we would do in the USA so you know. There was just an incredible ability to give back to the town. I mean after the factory was up and running of course we started to become profitable which was extremely exciting because after five tough years it was like wow when we could do hand embroideries and we could do leather in knits and things that we couldn't do in New York so it really helped us build at lifestyle brand but along with you know along with that You know he. He had to set up everything everything right. You know. Every there's eleven floors in the building each floor has different Sort of manufacturing system. You know there's there's a jacket floor. There's a blouse floor. There is a panton skirt floor. You know he built a building without columns in it and I don't know if anyone can say they've seen a modern building in China with twenty thousand square feet per floor without columns. But that's what you get to do when you build your own building you. You didn't have to figure out how the machinery would be laid out around these polls. So you know He. He was very amazing man.

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"baucus" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"It's GonNa do us DJ. I don't know if we'll ever get a follow up email but Dating Scene Yeah the DJ just why should Dalo tinder. They end the younger generation over these bumbled. and Tim I I just hear stories is bad fucking really really yes I thought you could just be so I mean bad news look at look look at the option Nichols Senator Baucus jokes jokes about what's tinder a whole bunch of joke but at the end of the day even Tim macos back down the practice. They gotTa Texter. I gotTa Talk to You Linden. Yeah like you can't get over the years that's exactly exactly exactly until they start knocking down. He's like Oh shit. I'm the man can hit this corner to make it to the league. That's true that's going to do this. We look at you guys this time. out guys. I'll make this quick so you can get back to your murder podcast or whatever. You're listening to I'm drama from group chat the number one podcast in the world world. We make cool people smarter and Smart People Cooler Seriously. Our topics ranged from Kim Kardashian. Jeff Bezos to Donald Trump and everything. In between if you want to be entertained and educated. Check us out right now in the podcast APP. Just search group chat by the way. The EX boyfriend isn't a killer. It's her best best friend who is sorry for ruining that but now you have a little bit more time. Give us a listen..

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The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan

FT News

06:53 min | 3 years ago

The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan

"Pakistan, says it has reached an agreement with the IMF on a six billion dollar loan justna sing discusses, what forced Imran Khan to seek help despite promising not to do so. And while the political cost is likely to be for his government for Stephanie, Finley and four hundred. Kareem Rasheed, Dr shave the TV new safe gooky held is. Assan IMF beyond Johnny was Stephanie. What are the terms and conditions of the six billion dollars package? That Pakistan is due to get from the International Monetary Fund. Do we know the details, yet, we don't know exactly, the agreement is still to be finalized, we expect that to happen in a couple of months, but we expect it will address Pakistan's gaping, current account deficit removed costly, energy subsidies and allow the rupee to float more freely is already fallen over twenty percent in the last year. But there are estimates that it may devalue another twenty percent and people are calling this one of the toughest IMF programs that Pakistan has seen because these reforms are expected to be introduced swiftly which will make it very hard for the average Pakistani who will have to cope with a rise in energy costs and a much weaker rupee Baucus on had already secured nine point two billion dollars in bilateral loans from countries such as Saudi Arabia UAE, an. China. Why did it have to go to the IMF, Pakistan thought that they could weather the storm when I was in his Lama Baden March? The government had said guests, they were in talks with the I m f but previously, they thought that they could get bilateral funding and sort of sort, the situation out by acting their own reforms, it became clear that, that wasn't enough. It wasn't enough money to address their obligations and Pakistan also needed the vote of confidence from the IMF that could unlock other funding and attract investors foot on Imran Khan had once declared he would rather die than beg to IMF waters. His government been telling the people of Pakistan now about the latest deal before the elections about a year ago, Imran Khan ran his political campaign promising to never go to the IMF for another loan. Now, this is something which has opponents are using against him because he's. Endeared words taken a u-turn completely gone back on his promise. So it's not an easy situation politically for the prime minister to handle, because it's a matter of record. There are video clips where he stood surrounded by thousands of people in political rallies, and promised, never to go to the I'm and today. He's doing exactly that because it's a very difficult economic situation in which he has no other options in the first eight months, nine months of his government. He tried to avoid going to the IMF tried to get loans from friendly countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE and China, but that has not been sufficient to restore what looks like very weak economic confidence. But halves the weakest in Pakistan's entire history. Ben. Ben just cook on the thought per up ninja member countries. Jauregui economic difficulty Maho on KOMO cut or up Cooper type John seldom see Pakistan economic situation. You high here. Did he facto finance minister, who's an advisor to the prime minister of the shake said, on record that Pakistan's economic situation of today has been fueled by policy failures under the previous government of former prime minister nervous Sharieff, so he talks about how Pakistan's exports crashed how Pakistan's previous government recklessly took foreign loans, and how they spent far beyond the topology of the Pakistanis feet to service. These loans to pay back these loans and future. Kluber bought a billion dollar Saul Kiara eighty to get so inches. Oh, good dictator, who? How might passed SE capacity eighty gam- buzzer? The hood cheesemakers take basically that was unavoidable. I'm John up. He has a point but I'm afraid such points. Don't really make a difference when it comes to public sentiment, and that is where the opposition is now going to try to fight it battle, what has the reaction been like in Pakistan has there been any reaction? Yet, the opposition has now confirmed that they're looking to St. agitation in the next few weeks, or a couple of months, the central point, the core point in the agitation campaign would be inflation across the country, as a consequence of Imran, Khan's agreement for the IMF, the only one point on which the government may have an advantage is that in the middle of Pakistan's scorching sun. But how many people would be discouraged from coming out on the streets? But we have to see we have to see how trends unfold in the coming months. Stephanie, how closely is the international community watching the situation in Pakistan? What are their main concerns if any the international community wants to see Pakistan, get serious about its economic reforms? It's not good for the region, if they are unstable and they really are putting on pressure for them to tackle terrorists operating on their soil in February. There was a terrorist attack in India, which put renewed pressure on Pakistan to tackle extremist groups, within its borders, which are threat, not only to region, but to Pakistan itself, Pakistan has a country of one hundred million people in a fast growing region, but Pakistan, has for so long squandered its potential. So the hope is now that this package could finally get. It back on the right track. This is now we can say the thirteenth package since the eighties. The IMF says it's the twenty first package since Pakistan joined the IMF, we've seen this before and Pakistan hasn't had a good history of concluding these programs or sticking to the reforms that it needs to people are hoping that this case will be different. People are cautiously optimistic watching and waiting to see if the government has the strength to carry out the reforms.

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China vice premier going to U.S. for trade talks despite Trump threats

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:23 min | 3 years ago

China vice premier going to U.S. for trade talks despite Trump threats

"All right. Let's talk trade similar here. Doug, China's vice premier Leila is still planning on going to the United States for high level trade. Talks those talks will start on Thursday. Now Trump's tariff hike is expected at twelve. Oh, one in the morning Friday in DC, theoretically right in the middle of those negotiations, and it looks like China is preparing retaliatory tariffs Limerick, Shaun Donovan in Washington calls. Trump's escalation unprecedented two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports. That will be hit with a twenty five percent tariff. Is you know, four times the size of the existing twenty five hundred centers on enrich fifty billion. They're much bigger. More consequential transit tariffs that will affect out of American businesses and that discomfort among US businesses. Maybe exactly why Max Baucus former US ambassador to China says that there will be a trade deal. Soon. Leaders have to save face. They gotta they need a deal, and there's going to be a deal, and my personal view is at the Trump bluster is pretty much that. And the Chinese know that the Chinese have seen Trump changes mind many times. So they're just gonna come on over and see if they get together on the other hand democratic Senator Chuck Schumer says President Trump should hang tough in negotiations and not

"baucus" Discussed on Voiciety

Voiciety

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on Voiciety

"It will feel like it's the end product But they are getting the early feedback responsible Same thing then. Let envision does for rebel. We do the exact same experience for For the conversation design so collaboration not just on building blocks together but also getting feedback and getting the designer feedback. So you can actually use a best and give it to somebody and say. Hey here's a lexus skill. that i'd designing bog already pisa. Why don't you give it a try. You will go ahead. You start talking. Trade will actually sent them commands lower. You'll walk through it and you might struggle. You might not but the diet session transcript is gold for designers because they can look back and say well. We thought this was the best experience possible. This was easiest visa yet most are so we didn't spending balloonist thing was we need to rethink this. So would you say that. That baucus more because he mentioned that you can kind of export this for developers. But would you say it's primarily on four designers people working in boise wax designers on the team to kind of play with designs in figure out A prototype for something. That has the potential there. So it's more focused on on. Maybe the design and prototyping and obviously less on the building and the. Yeah so yeah so thinking about that. Eighty off ninety person. Focus on designing word having and then then the Team and our effort is making the handlery easier for developers. So we have a robust. Api and open source libraries everything else to help developers when we know that what we're trying to do developer handle wrist of and lives easier in to starting off so dating excel files in all the assets coming in different places. It's all in one place for them but at the same time not getting in their ways so if they wanted to develop something on next boise platform and deployed there. They won't choice. they can do that..

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"baucus" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on The Big 98

"We're going to ball. No that's far away. Lady and the tramp we all eat the ball. We're going boxing, meet Baucus. Okay. All right. Chris Stapleton, millionaire here on the Bobby bones show. Has it? Sure. Come on. Tell me something good. A woman goes into labor at her house seven weeks early and know, what happens is just awesome. If you wanna hear you gotta hang out because that's coming up me something good next on the.

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"baucus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"baucus" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Uh-huh. Certainly caucus and figure out what makes the most sense with our dinner tonight Baucus, I just got to say, well, we can circle masters can caucus caucus and cross RT's offline you want want to have this conversation off line Christopher, I think tomorrow will be great at the Genesis opening mister Johnson you coming out to the clubs. I am certainly coming out to the club set up the valet for you. We'll have little breakfast in the clubhouse get that would be great. Make sure you've ring Meredith with us will merit hurt. This. You know, I know you've got some friends, but while you leave them at home, they're just they don't fit in around here, Mr. Johnson. Well, not really but barrel. K they could certainly help us out of some things. They know a few people. For slain assigning talk. I you're right. You're right. As literally ridiculous. I literally have asked Travis ties of asked you even ask my agent yesterday. I was sitting next to a gentleman having lunch, and I said to myself. Interesting. Why why are you talking about? Why are you? He was like, well, we talk some weeds. We we could certainly have this conversation in the morning and fly off. And And I'm I'm sitting sitting I'm I'm like. and he's talking loud. You know? It's not like, you know, a whisper, right? He's really talking loud was just like so I had to ask the ruling people talk like that. I just go get it. Call next time. No walk you through it. You know, what else can walk you through it. Travis. Wait. I got to figure out what it is what? Well, what what do we got here? Well, updated keys update of the morning, not Raj. So you tell me he. Well, Rony our it's a you. It's not a surprise. It comes up every time every sixty minutes. Look, man, relax. Chris Bosh is officially decided. He's not going to play basketball anymore. He's going to grow into an acting career. Oh, wow. That's a good day. This Chris boxers pasta aside, the NBA decided four cheek when he's been trying to Tori around with the play with a little bit in at the end of the day..

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"baucus" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Brady, of course. Carolina Baucus speaking to me from Atlanta about the Super Bowl now to association football. Whereas you've been hearing in the news Hakim Elleray has appeared in a cold. It's in Bangkok to fight the attempts to extradite him to his native Bahrain. He'd been playing in Australia having been granted asylum, but was arrested on his rival in Thailand on an international warrant charged with attacking a police station. Mr. Arabia denies that and says he was tortured in Bahrain for his political opposition the world football body fever and several prominent players supporting him on the field. Kenya's goma. Here have stunned. Egyptian giants symbolic in their opening. Confederation Cup group getting the reigning Kenyan champions only sixth in the Kenyan Premier League at the moment. But they came from behind to beat the five-time African Champions League. It's all two in Nairobi and in England Manchester City manager pep Guardiola was full of praise for Sergio a guero after the Argentine scored his fourteenth hat trick for the club in a three one win over arsenal. That moves city back into second place. Just two points off the Liverpool Liverpool, though could make that a five point gap. Again, if they win their game in hand that is at west time on. On Monday night. Also, meanwhile, they drop like Manchester United into six because United beat LeicesteR by one goal to nil. Now, of course, the story that's been dominating English football over the last couple of weeks has been an update in the last few hours wreckage from a plane carrying the Cardiff City. Football million Asala has been discovered near the Channel Islands between the south coast of England and the French coast the plane disappeared on its way from note in France to Cardiff with the newly signed Argentine striker and pilot David Ibbotson on board are reported. John Fernandez is in Guernsey and can join us live firstly firstly, John what exactly has been found. Well, twenty eight nautical miles north of Ganzi west of Alderney in the Channel Islands substantial wreckage, according to David man's the man launching this privately crowd funded Sach was found. Now, he says that this was found at nine thirty yesterday morning. They only did three posses until they stopped. And then got away from message and handed it over to the A I B are now conducting the salvage operation now he wouldn't be drawn on whether any bodies have been found, but he did say that it was a substantial amount of wreckage that had been found on the seabed in a particularly rough area of the ocean. So the the the chances are I think everyone has kind of written off the chances of finding anyone alive from this is that for. I think that's absolutely true. And I think from the start of this private sector operation, they very much more aware that this was going to be a recovery operation for a plane. But Mr Mann said now his job is done. These are the questions that the Sala family had of now been onset. So he's hoping that this will bring them at least some closure at least some idea of what happened to this missing piper Malibu that went missing two weeks ago today, it went missing at twenty past eight off the north coast of all. And that was the lost anybody has met we've seen a huge outpouring of grief from the footballing wild form, a pilot, David Robertson and Cardiff City footballer Amelia Saleh and a huge amount of money raised for this Satch effort, which eventually did pay dividends. Obviously, we're very very center of this process. Now, I'm just wondering whether having found something in the sea. Whether we're any closer to knowing. What exactly happened to this plane? I think that will be a much longer process, if I'm honest, the AARP, very thorough. They at the moment are working on the salvage operation. They are launching unmanned submersible vehicle as I said the conditions in the channel at the moment are not conducive to any kind of set actively they're out there because they have a large vessel, but can survive these these these tough waters, but it is not an easy task. It's an eight hundred foot boat, but the winds are high gale-force hair and the Channel Islands at the moment. Now, the hope is that they can get as much of this wreckage as possible. And then as you say, hopefully, that will lead them some way to finding out what happened to this aircraft. John. Thank you very much. John Fernandez joining us live from Ganzi on the sad story of the Cardiff City football Emiliano Sala Alastair, many, thanks. This is Newsday. Six minutes to the honest. Good Nigeria now and talk about political godfathers the term popularly used to describe this powerful men who can hand pick election candidates. Then pull resources into the campaigns to give them the best chance of winning. It's two weeks before the Nigerian elections. So the godfathers a busy and our correspondent Miami Jones traveled the country to meet some. Campaign season in Nigeria and that means endless political rallies. But behind a fan fan, some background figures stand out men who are not always running for office. But who many believe decide to winners and losers in Nigerian politics? Delia Shiro senior political lecture at the university of Lagos explains. Godfather, godfather.

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"baucus" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Democrat Senator Max Baucus for years, the two of you switching off his committee head, and and ranking member do you think you'll have a similar relationship in report with Senator Ron Wyden, the current democrat who's ranking member on the committee, everything that I've done Ryan Wyden. And so far, but a lot of it outside the finance committee. We've had we've worked very well together. And I'm starting out this year that will be able to work together. But you remember between two thousand one and two thousand nine the political environment than not so ideologically divided at the grassroots of America is much more ideologically divided the grassroots. So I think congress represents said ideological divide, and I believe that just the realities of politics twenty eighteen twenty nineteen make it more difficult to duplicate the very close working relationship that I had with Max Baucus because every bail, but maybe two or three that got out of committee. Or bipartisan, the only one I can remember is ObamaCare that got out a committee that wasn't bipartisan, and and we've had played more division even under Senator hatches chairmanship in recent years than normally what you'd have. But that's got nothing to do with Biden an eye getting long or not getting along. That's just kind of the reality of the political situation in America today reflected then in the congress will then thinking maybe beyond Senator Wyden, your committee has taken up drug pricing issues. You and Senator Wyden have worked somewhat on drug pricing already. But it's more than just the two of you. And on the committee. There's some Democrats really are aggressive about what they wanted to drug pricing. And there are some Republicans who don't seem all that interested in doing much at all how do you view your role? How are you going to bring them together as committee chairman to do something on drug pricing? I think is going to be very easy. I think almost on anything except a democrat effort to have the government dictate prices. I'm a free market person. I'm chairman when part d was passed. I was chairman during part d when when even Kennedy was against the government, the government, dictating pricing ago, stating prices, and so I come from an area where we wanted to.

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"baucus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The phones. But after giving it some thought during the update and during the break my knickebocker player of the game. Von only nine point eight seconds to go in the basketball game. The Nick Baucus down by two with a chance to tie or win with plenty of time to take that final shot nine point eight to go and von Louis did what he needed to do. He lost the handle of the basketball lost was stripped down at the other end of the floor was hardened for points. Sixty and sixty one game over one fourteen to one ten so violently. My knickebocker player of the game for doing what he needed to do. Find a way lows for the New York knickerbockers right to the phones, we go and Michael is calling from east. Yup. And yes, how I say your town. How do you say it? Yeah. Thanks. That's good. Okay. I'll take it. No harm. No foul. This is NFL. This is what do you think of the idea of the NFL Commissioner declaring that the results of the saints Rams game is invalid I'd love that. Then I got my dentist would win my bed, and he could require that the last few minutes of the game played on the point that pass interference. Is that that law that laws on the books? What you're talking about? Now. Well, now, tell me what you think the chances of that ever happening in your lifetime. Well, it makes.

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"baucus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"baucus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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U.S. government to pay $4.7 billion in tariff-related aid to farmers

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

02:10 min | 4 years ago

U.S. government to pay $4.7 billion in tariff-related aid to farmers

"Trump administration announcing its plans to help farmers impacted by retaliatory tariffs this is the first phase of emergency. Aid to farmers but spending, could go up to. Twelve billion dollars CVS is our lead signs. The agriculture department announced the government will spend up to one. Point two billion dollars to buy products from American farmers. Hurt by retaliatory tariffs from China and other countries the largest purchases include pork apples and dairy products there will also be almost five billion dollars Direct payments to farmers who produce some of

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