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Spring Break Travel Warning As Texas, Los Angeles Reopen

NBC Nightly News

02:29 min | 2 months ago

Spring Break Travel Warning As Texas, Los Angeles Reopen

"More states reopen and spring breakers cut loose. There is a new warning tonight about the dangers of rolling back. All those pandemic precautions. It comes as we hit a milestone in the number of americans vaccinated. Morgan chaska reports tonight is states reopened crowd. It seems that fuel pre pandemic now playing out in real time per spring break. Borelli decided we're gonna open up have. Dj's concerts everything. Businesses cashing in on spring breakers saint patrick's day partners and customers ready to move on. I wouldn't say we're really concerned about it right now. To be honest. I feel like it's pretty much tamed. Right now let mixed messaging on state. Reopenings confusing enough from top health official. We are going in the right directions. That's why i get so anxious. When i hear pulling back completely on public health measures like saying no more masks. No nothing like that. I mean that is a risky business when you do that. Risk or not reopening continues in states like texas where this week and mark the first one hundred percent capacity and no mask mandate under control. Expose everybody as an adult to be able to make their own decision. Now they should be forced in california los angeles starting their own reopening the city able to loosen rules after meeting their target of two million vaccinated in hard hit areas the us vaccination rate starting to take off saturday marking an all time record two point nine. Eight million americans receiving shots in arms in seattle the country's largest volunteer run sites now up and running able to vaccinate twenty two thousand people every day. We're going to be at the end of this soon. But i just want to emphasize every time. I say this we are so close. But we're not there yet progress. Nationwide massachusetts sounded pretty. Good famed cellist. Yo-yo ma celebrating his second shot as only he could joining nunes of americans. Now one step closer to this mix and morgan's with us morgan with the mask mandate lifted. What happens if texas numbers start to go back again. Built into this governor's order. Is it allowance for county leaders to reinstate some of those rules if cohen hospitalizations. Go up by more than fifteen percent over seven straight dates.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"There to pay their fight. This is a bar. By the way that whenever there's a little league, they sponsor a team that's charity event. You know, Joyce is donate to the charity. And finally, it just works out nice when the community give back to them in their hour of need. Hey, Joe, you know, before you go you got to tell me about and I didn't even know about this show on Netflix called cuties until I saw you post something. And I'm down to shore battling the chickens. I'm going like, okay with Joe talking about so curious. This is like I mean, explain it to a Zapopan. It probably as you can, you know, Because this is really a strange story. It's depraved. It is. A show about young girls who are well under age who are little girls. They're they're not. They're not teenagers. They're not. They're not approaching that 18 years that these are young girls. And they're being sexualized and treated in a very vulgar matter in this show, and unfortunately, I just pointed out that I've actually seen some dance recitals in the New York New Jersey area. And this isn't so far from what I witnessed. And to be honest, I have a relative who does dance recitals, and I've told her parents that I'm not going to any more of this stuff for years, but it's well before you do. I'm going to the dance recital anymore. They're perverse. The girls are doing weird gyrations. They're not coming out, saying Betty Boop and stuff like that They're doing weird sexualized moves. And to see that the fathers of other girls yelling and screaming and cheering and hooting, hollering. It was just a bizarre experience for me that made me uncomfortable and now I think everyone can see it. Because if they watch cuties, which I recommend, they don't watch that sort of a subject of the documentary. It does look like ah, pedophilia is what they're trying to. I mean, this seems to be like the celebrating that not to be. Is that too dramatic when I say that, Joe They're trying to shit like Carly. I guess the creators of a documentary or trying to expose it to some degree, but they could have done that, without actually realize movie they made. I mean, there's plenty of ways to explain bad things without taking part in the bed thing. So you're doing a great job? Urine Also, thank God for that, Joe Borelli. We appreciate it. Keep to fight, Joe. And you're always welcome here on the show. Anytime I did French so much. Yes, sir. And you're a good daddy taking care of the little one. I love it. Councilman Joe Borelli, Minority whip of the New York City Council. Hey, it's Piscopo in the morning on the am night 70 the answer. You get a chance to call it's 87797 29 19. I will get to the calls when we can. We will clear these airwaves for Congressman Mike Kelly, who was a great guy from Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania. There was a ruling on the pandemic and these shutdowns and there was a judge ruled that it was unconstitutional. You have this pandemic Shut down on the from Governor Wolf and Congressman Kelly will chat about that. And again We'll get to the phone calls when we can't at 7 30 for a lot to get into this morning Right now we're going a big al with the news. Lightman local right here on am night. 70 the answer Passion. This is am 97. The answer. 55 degrees at 7 35 amalgam too low with local news First. Here's what's going on New York City, hitting the pause button when it comes to moving homeless residents out of an Upper West Side hotel. This comes after housing advocates March the great Gracie Mansion over the weekend, calling on the mayor to reconsider moving more than 300 men out of the Lucerne Hotel. Residents on the upper West side have complained and increase homeless presence has impacted their quality of life. Signing people passed out on sidewalks of performing inappropriate acts on the street. The city says it will allow the homeless to stay in the hotel while it reviews the situation. Two boys are facing charges after publicly embarrassing a 14 year old, with autism in northern New Jersey community voicing outrage After a 10 year old in 13 year old pulled down the boy's pants in a park on Monday. Authorities say two teenage girls film the attack at a park and fair alone and posted it on Snapchat Tic tac. Three people will reportedly be charged his miners, a 19 year old, who was accused of filming. The incident will be charged as an adult in sports. The Giants lead 10 to 3 early but gave up 23 straight points in the 26 to 16 loss to the Steelers. Steve Cohen has reached an agreement with the Wilpon and Cats families to buy the Mets. It does not include us and why it needs to be approved by Major League baseball and the hedge fund manager fund manager will reportedly on 95% of the team, and it's valued at $2.4 billion. This comes after J. Lo and a Rod attempted to buy the team but dropped out of the bidding war last month. Stuck in traffic..

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Spain Virus Cases Pass Italy, Where Daily Deaths Are Falling

Anthony Valadez

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Spain Virus Cases Pass Italy, Where Daily Deaths Are Falling

"The rate of new deaths in Italy has slowed over the past four days but NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the number of new cases rose at a faster rate the death toll is more than fifteen thousand and the total number of cases is close to a hundred and twenty five thousand civil protection chief on journal Borelli said the number of patients in intensive care drop for the first time since the epidemic was revealed at the end of February officials believe Italy has reached a plateau ahead of an expected decline in the near future close to two hundred thousand people have been charged for violating the lockdown in nearly four hundred persons who tested positive have been charged for violating their quarantine orders risking four years in prison for endangering citizens health so people Jolie NPR news Rome Spain has overtaken Italy is Europe's hardest hit country with more than a hundred twenty four thousand cases but Lucy a Benavidez reports there are signs the rate of infections is starting to slow as of Saturday there were eight hundred and nine deaths reported in twenty four hours the lowest number in seven days on Thursday and Friday the country had reported more than nine hundred fatalities for each day the number of infections has also slowed down on Saturday the daily increase of new reported cases was at five point nine percent the lowest figure Spain has seen in at least three weeks some healthcare workers warn the numbers could be higher though since only the most serious cases are tested intensive care units across Spain are already past capacity and there's a lot of equipment and protective material in many

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Italy has lowest daily virus infections in 2 weeks

BBC World Service

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Italy has lowest daily virus infections in 2 weeks

"It is registered more deaths from the corona virus outbreaks in anywhere else in the world however there is some hope as officials that recorded a shop full in new coronavirus cases just over four thousand new patients were diagnosed in the latest daily tally that's the lowest number in two weeks that's right the remains stubbornly high another eight hundred and twelve people with the virus have died bringing the overall total to more than eleven and a half thousand people in Italy Silvia security Borelli is Italy correspondent for politico Europe and joins us now so the official line it is very much that this is the country heading in the right direction that those three weeks or so of lockdown I'm a paying off is that the general consensus good morning well absolutely that is what the government is saying and that is also why overnight they extended the log down through mid April and clearly people are still very much concerned because as you said the number of deaths is still very very high especially the northern regions of Lombardy is still very much the epicenter of the outbreak and is still suffering devastating numbers and hospitals are very much under pressure throughout the rest of the country people have some states that thanks to the lockdown measures at the outbreak isn't going to be as severe but of course because of the death toll isn't decreasing just yet these measures were extended and there is hope that if they are extended for perhaps another two weeks or more likely another month the situation will eventually improves I wonder what happens if another see everyone hopes it doesn't but if I'm on the part of the country say in the south become major that senses of the epidemic I'm happy with the health care resources essentially being pushed out to Lombardy and it will be very devastating effect straight on a similar scale elsewhere that's correct especially because other regions especially in the south don't have as many resources and that because of spending cuts many local hospitals have been shut down there are very few critical care medicine units in hospitals throughout the southern regions and these regions as we know are largely under developed there is a lot of organized crime and public funds are often distracted because of this so clearly if the main aim from the national government is to avoid an outbreak of the scale we've seen in Lombardy down south which his wife walked down measures have been extended and fines for people who don't abide by these rules have been increased we were seeing people traveling from the north to the south either to join their families or to spend the lockdown in their vacation home but precisely because of the region's cannot bear the pressure of an outbreak like the one we're seeing up north all of this has had to end and they found ways to cut a little limit on it of course this is a scenario that we hope we won't see and the numbers for the moment are saying that it's not going in that direction a brief if you could have people got their heads around the idea that these looks at measures are going to be around for a while absolutely absolutely some people are and thinking that schools will reopen before September and restaurant owners and business owners are thinking back the summer holiday season it's not even going to start and people that go to work or just thinking that they will have to work remotely at least until June okay Soviet security Borelli Italy correspondent for politico

Disease patterns and planetary health

Second Opinion

03:27 min | 1 year ago

Disease patterns and planetary health

"Sars and Moore's Ebola in now corona link with animals what we call zoonosis. It's more complicated than animals simply spreading viruses and pathogens to humans. This bread is often less direct and can involve intermediate hosts and behaviors. But as I've talked this week with disease ecology experts they have increasingly blamed humans for our destruction of biodiversity this then creates ripe conditions for pathogens to come into contact with humans building roads deforestation mining logging farming with heavy water use population growth exotic vacations and heavy hunting have all played a role in these emerging epidemics around the world. Densely packed populations increasingly live in close proximity to bats and rats and birds and pets. This creates new opportunities for interactions for things to move from one species to another so does our tendency to capture exotic animals and put them in cages and ship them around the world to be used as pets or sold in wet markets and eventually be consumed as food all these activities disperse viruses that have existed for eons in one species often in one location and then spread them globally. Dr Brian Bird is a leading veterinarian. Epidemiologist and the associate director of UC Davis is one health institute he has worked on the front lines of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone and other epidemics around the world. He has thought a great deal about these emerging epidemics at it quite clear that land use change and changing the environment chopping forest to plant crops. Things things of that nature are one of the leading risk factors for spillover buyers spillover of viruses from one species to another is increasingly common the CDC estimates that three quarters of new or emerging diseases that infect humans originating animals. It's not just exotic diseases like Corona Ebola and h one n one look at how we've destroyed forests to build American suburbs. This development disrupts the ecosystems enforces deer and rats and other animals to live in more densely packed areas or to venture outside of their normal habitat. This means that insects like ticks can more easily passed between animals. And then the ticks spread the bacteria borelli A- Bergdorf Ri- and there is a huge increase in line disease. Dr Bird reminds us that these changes have been going on since the industrial revolution. But he says that. Our interactions with that risk must change. We have to start to recognize that what we're doing as humanity in these wild areas is detrimental or taking the system out of balance into viruses. That all the other wildlife live in that ECO system and a sense of balance. It is this balance that has been ignored over the longer term solutions will start with awareness and hopefully that will lead to reason to action and more careful

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"borelli" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"borelli" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"This is the cat's table trunk. Cats Matiz Sunday morning. Well it's only a couple days away from New Year's and what is the new. You're going to bring well well sudden. Nobody knows what is today is is the minority leader of the city council Mister Borelli and Good morning how are you this Sunday morning the morning John. Merry Christmas and happy New Year to you. You and your whole family thank you into yours to all of a sudden people panicking. There was an article in Crain's magazine on Friday that a two top developers Gary and Michael Stern are leaving the city and the two biggest developers in the last few years in New York Everybody's scared of the new regulations of what they're doing and what you're about to. They do. Give us a report. What will you pointed out the story? And it's the opinion of two very very very prescient men who see the writing on the wall. They see what happened with just one year of democratic control of the New York State Senate and the New York state assembly and they know that this probably won't change in the near future and with that fact. They've made a calculated decision that it's wiser for them to invest in real estate development elsewhere. The United States of America then it is in New York City. And you know what John. It's sad to say but they are not wrong. The city is going in a direction that it makes it almost almost impossible for someone to develop market rate housing for average Joes and actually make a slight profit for the Democrats in Albany. You so you have to really you can't put yourself in your shoes because you wake up and have a normal pair of shoes to put our live normal shoes and normal outlook these people. Don't think that way they don't realize that a little a little bit of profit is the motivator of for people to develop the real estate of city of the State of New York doesn't make any sense if you're going to have a regulations regulations that regulate how much you can charge people how much you can increase the rent rate. How much you you? You must basically provide in terms of the quality of the building and the regulatory of functions of how the buildings have to be constructed and how we have to be preserved and heating temperatures and then on the opposite side. You you basically can't get the approvals to build higher density where you want to. I mean it just doesn't make sense if you're someone who's going to invest in real estate invest in the real estate of New York City anymore. It said John Now Cory Johnson has come up in a new law or to Jansher for tation tax. Does anybody you know what it really means. Well this is actually interesting. You pointed out this is something I am a proponent of John believe it or not so the thing that bothers a class one meaning one two three. The family home hotel almost more than anything else is that people like build the Blasios pay less in property taxes than someone who owns a smaller house elsewhere in the city so so bill de Blasio of as the Post pointed out has one point five or so million dollar home Someone who pays five hundred thousand dollars for their home actually pays the same. The attacks that we're proposing is not really a tax. It's changing the loophole. The de Blasios loophole really so that people who buy multimillion dollar homes whether they be in Park Slope Nope or in Taunton Villains Lila or in Howard. Beach are paying taxes on a million dollar home. This is a way to equalize things. This is something that Republicans and Democrats Rats are supportive. This is something that Cory Johnson and the mayor support in theory. They just want to wait indefinitely for this property tax commission to make its rules but the problem with the Property Tax Commission right now is that even if they they they come out with their report. Tomorrow it goes through a public hearing process. There's there's almost no chance that Albany takes up and passes a bill this year. That means it goes into next year. Twenty Twenty One and by two thousand twenty one. The property tax value documents have already been sent out to the homeowners for the fiscal year. Twenty twenty two not to confuse everyone but that means that even if the Property Tax Commission makes its recommendation tomorrow the sooner the students possible to get relief for a homeowner in the city of New York is fiscal year. Two Thousand Twenty three conveniently after the Mayor de Blasio is long gone and forgotten now. Let's let's a understand this if you are paying based on your home one hundred the thousand dollars and if our friend Frank Marino boot house and pay three hundred thousand dollars you'd have means he'll be paying tax on three hundred thousand a under this look correct under the current law right. The tax cap exists so that people don't get taxed out of their homes so what you have is It allows growth of five percent per year so you had people buying homes and we cap the tax on them from growing faster and faster and faster the value of these neighborhoods and the neighborhoods themselves changed so fundamentally that what was once a lower income neighbourhood is now one of the poshest neighborhoods neighborhoods in New York City Park Slope Carroll Gardens Williamsburg these areas. So we have new buyers buying properties for multi-million dollar values that are protected affected by a tax cap that was set set in place to protect. You Know Mrs mcgillicuddy or whoever it was who live in that house thirty years so the tax cap exists so that people who survived the battle days don't get removed as gentrification happens. It doesn't protect the gentrify themselves because again if that how home was was knocked knocked down and reconstructed or if there was a new subdivision or a new apartment building right down the road in the same neighborhood those people would pay the higher effective tax rates. Just like everyone everyone else people. Who doesn't that mean the people who want to sell their home? It's GonNa be hard for them to sell and they can't sell it for as much actors they thought they could because the new buyer will have to pay double triple tax. Well the the new buyer wouldn't be theoretically protected by a tax cap that wasn't in place to protect them. I mean John The overwhelming realities that this is a problem that only affects a very small amount of buyers in very hot real estate. Market people in in again in outer borough Queens are very frustrated that their taxes go up every year. Yes we understand that but they're really frustrated that people who are buying lying in the in the most posh and trendiest buildings and Brown stones in the city of New York are paying much less. I mean in my opinion if if the tax levy goes up say two or three percent every year which does right. We could either get that by raising taxes on everyone or getting people who are buying multimillion dollar properties to just pay the same rate as everybody else so. It's not asking them to pay three times as much. It's asking them to pay basically the same effective market rate as every other homeowner in the city of New York the New Year. Tell me what else. Why all these people moving out of New York or considering considering moving out of New York tell us what else is in store? Well look you whether you look at Energy prices whether you look at at the cost of homes whether you look at the the congestion pricing that's going to at some point get implemented me. New York is becoming less and less cost efficient for you live. I mean this is something that where I live in. Staten Island We we've been facing for quite some time. I joke with people all the time that I can be mayor someday but I'll be the mayor of Manila Pan New Jersey or some town. There I mean people are are frustrated that their cost of living is going up and on the rental side if you're paying market rate rents as as the majority of New Yorkers. Do you hear about these stories about the real estate regulations that you mentioned earlier. And you have to be cognizant that the more regulations we pay a place and the more number of affordable audible and and Subsidized units we build that oftentimes makes the market rents for everyone else. Get higher the same thing with property taxes when we artificially early subsidize the wealthiest people which we do And that's what we just talked about. We're still raising it on everyone else. you look at energy prices. John I mean. This is a city that that went out of its way to to use natural gas to to lower carbon emissions to clean our air. We were successful with that under Mayor Bloomberg now suddenly you know a carbon is the enemy and natural gas of the enemy we've We were closing Indian point. All these things are going to have an impact on our cost of energy see for New York City All of these things have cost on basically the the cost of everything then. You're adding congestion. Pricing when congestion pricing is implemented. Every single thing you buy why in Manhattan will cost more when everything we you consume in Manhattan is either truck as you know is either trucked or card into Manhattan we we. We don't have underground rail network or anything like that. So every single thing will cost more. On New Yorkers unsurprising that people don't leave in greater numbers frankly before are we sign off You gotTA promotion last week from Chairman Langworthy. Would you tell me about it sure. Yeah we'll twenty twenty is a big year for Republicans. We have a number number of competitive house we have a number of competitors competitive states Senate seats so the Chairman asked if I would help unpaid thankfully it's unpaid. But he asked if I would help spread the message of the Republican Party throughout the state. It's a job I love to do. I love talking about the good things we can do as Republicans and I like talking about the bad things that Democrats. We're doing that we can stop together. So it's a it's a role as a spokesman I'm GONNA take with A. I'm going to carry the flag down the field as a just pure joy pure personal joy. So thank you John for mentioning that while a minority leader Borelli. Thank you for coming on the show and happy New Year. We'll catch up a new youtube. Thank you this is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

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"borelli" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"De Blasios said, quote, I want to be very, very clear, the violent threat the threat that is ideological is very much from the right. I mean, I would ask Jews in Europe, if that's the Jews in Williamsburg, if that's the case, the Jews were being attacked on the streets in Williamsburg in his town. Those people are not being attacked by white supremacists. In fact, not a single case can be traceable to a white supremacist, the New York Times admitted this back in October. I've talked about this many times, because I think it's one of the most astonishing pieces of journalism I've ever seen in a major newspaper. The New York Times ran a piece back in October of last year talking about the radical uptick in anti semitism in New York, and they said, yeah. We haven't covered why haven't we covered it because it doesn't easily conform to an ideological narrative, they admit this openly. The New York Times said openly, the reason we didn't cover this is basically because it wasn't a bunch of white supremacists from upstate, Idaho, because it was a bunch of minority folks who were beating on a bunch of Jews in Williamsburg. Amazingly to Blasios wasn't just talking about US incidents. If you wanted to say violent incidents in the US are largely from white supremacists. At least you can make that case, but he was talking about international incidents as well. And that's absolute crap. The fact is that if you look at the international incidents if you look in Europe, a huge number of anti-semitic attacks have been perpetrated by radical Muslims in Europe and those radical Muslims have been protected by left-wing, governments, and by left-wing allies, the remarks, of course, media blowback from the city council members on both sides of the political aisle, so long as they were Jewish. That's the way this works if you're Jewish democrat, then you're allowed to come out against Bill de Blasio, if you're a non Jewish democrat, you have to pretend that he's not a moron climbed Deutsche Brooklyn Democrats, and I don't agree with the mayor. I haven't seen any white supremacists. Coming in here, committing these crimes. Indeed. According to the New York, Post New York police department chief Dermott shea said at the same press conference, the perpetrators of hate crimes run the gamut from teens to people with mental illness to first time offenders and career criminals. For example, a sixteen year old. Recently turned himself in, for punching orthodox Jewish man in the head in Williamsburg, Staten Island, Republican Borelli called the mayor's position laughable. He said, a simple, look at where answers Medicaid Krems of occurred, just as proves this unless you count central Brooklyn as the home of vast right wing conspiracy build the Blasios regularly says stupid things. But this is literally the stupidest thing he's ever said. Accurate fact, check harsh. But true. Again, when the data don't support your belief system, I suppose the just run with the narrative, anyway, your subjective perception of reality is all the matters is why the left has worked just endlessly to try and shift the entire anti semitism discussion from anti-semitism to the general right wing is responsible for anything. This is how you end up with BuzzFeed trying to report that I'm responsible for anti semitic attacks. That's how you end up there. You just ignore data. And instead, you look to what makes you feel better about yourself. What massages your feelings or coming up when you get to the twenty twenty race? So the twenty twenty race Joe Biden is finally running into a little bit of trouble. I mentioned yesterday poll from CNN the trip that his support had dropped from thirty nine percent to thirty two percents, and the insane contention by Ryan strike, the reporter over there, that this was a minor. This is a minor decline. He losing seven percent from thirty nine to thirty two and bring yourself within.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Joe Borelli is gonna join us. We're going to talk about mayor de Blasios possibly jumping into the presidential race this week. If you can believe this, I I mean, I heard some inside line from Arthur Dallas saying how prepared the mayor's to do this. So interesting to see I don't know how anybody services I mean, look at the numbers that Joe Biden has over Bernie Sanders ready. And I really think also Biden is in there with his son hunter taking one point five billion would be dollars from the Chinese to start a hedge fund not to mention what happened in Ukraine with the hunter. That will go by the wayside why? Because the press would never cover it. So does Joe Biden hang on do people say, whoa, whoa. What went on? And and he was saying Joe Biden knew saying how inappropriate was that's not. Fair to go after my family. Hello, welcome to the world of politics in the twenty first century, vice president Biden, so it's going to be interesting to see what's happening mayor de Blasios going in. I can't figure it out. I don't even know how we will surface, especially after that disastrous Trump Tower rally the other day was just embarrassing judging panels with us judge Anjali tunnel. My buddy from Bloomfield, New Jersey told you at the opening of the show. I wrote around Bloomfield yesterday d do that sometimes, you know, he's to Hewitt at the Frank Sinatra which sometimes he will go with his driver to Hoboken and just have the driver drive him around his city that go back to the where you from me. I'm all about community a mind. What's makes this country? Great is being proud of where you're from you know, and building out from there, and you and me will we stay here. And we you listening around the country and wherever you are. And around the world, even we have a lot of folks in Australia that listening, we thank you for that. But we stayed jersey. We stay in. Louis. We stay in Connecticut. We stay here yet the politicians could care less that we are rather than saying to you and to me, thank you. Thank you for being here. You know, what no property that no state income tax. We're going to bring in revenue it's just could care less. They just use you. And I and you and I stay in the way I talked about Bloomfield, New Jersey going down broad, you know, going broad and watch Ross brought up by brookdale park going by Holstein's, you know, where that has not changed. There was a butcher, Terry. Drugs is still there in brookdale and broke down and Bloomfield, New Jersey. This was we're I was brought up where I would just ride my bike with my brother Richie with Johnny Vargo. We jive Attila. We did hang in that area, man. And it's where we're from you know, and we believe in we love it, and we live it and the politicians could care less. They could care less than Albany and Trenton, and they just oh, they're gonna keep driving us out. But you we ain't going nowhere. We're gonna stay here. And we're going to change it. I bent on that Russell's Berg got that. He's true to his neighborhood avenue are Notre now, we're Michael the Brooklyn is this is where Russ is from a great time at the plaza will be talking about that not to mention about the Knicks draft disaster will be I know we'll be talking about that with Russ coming up. Mr Crowley hear rumor has it that our boss will drop by the studio. Jason Johnson is a season Republican strategist, founder of j two strategies. That's a firm based in Austin, Texas. He was also the chief strategist for Ted Cruz two thousand sixteen presidential campaign, and we're going to talk about immigration. Manzi grand putting forth his initiative today on immigration a package. Let's see if the Democrats will join together with the Trump administration and try to come up with some kind of immigration reform..

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"borelli" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Steve Somers here you there. Sue soon role Iraqi he's on the other side of the glass good to see sauce, and of course, no from the one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six, and we'll be with you, of course, for another two hours rose right up until two here on your fan, New York City. So, you know, all of what has been with the New York Yankees. You don't need me to repeat we came on during the rain delay a couple of hours ago and right after the post game show when we went back to the ballpark. So we shall continue the Yankee woes and just. Been awful in this Borelli month mid month of April already, and as I said earlier already in April. It's May Day with the Yankees. And what Cashman could do? Listen. I mean, you have to it'll be eleven after CC gets off the I L tomorrow he should start and you hopefully, he will look so much better than hap-. Look just a little while ago. Unable to get beyond the fourth inning. And was terrible. You know from that. And Paxton has been a disappointment so far and the only reliable starter. Let's be honest as Tanaka who has been berry ace like and holding up his end of the Morgan. And again, I mean, the here come, you know, the Yankees have not had the tough schedule in this month of April. And again, we thought well alright Boston was going to run away because look at the game. But Seattle off to the good start in Tampa one again. So the meek shall inherit the earth, if they are truly meek, and and again, I mean, the, you know, what is it the bigger you the bigger you are the harder your fall, and it has been a hard fall through this early part of the regular season. And again, the others that are healthy are not looking out. In other words, listen I mean, there are legitimate injury concerns here when you have so many key people on the outside looking in spending more time at the mayo clinic than on the on the baseball diamond. You have a problem. However. Nobody else's picking up and the bullpen. Supposedly the best bullpen in the game has looked anything. Like it not even better. Look like the best bullpen in New York City. Let alone the game green comes in or any to start the top of the seventh inning to Horon..

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Paul Manafort Could Get Two-Decade Prison Sentence

The Ray Lucia Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Manafort Could Get Two-Decade Prison Sentence

"New York. Republican calls for a lengthy sentence for. Manafort, USA radio's Rick Vincent reports after repeatedly lying to Robert Muller's. Investigators Paul Manafort, former member of the Trump two thousand sixteen campaign team should get a lengthy prison sentence that according to New York City Republican councilman Joseph Borelli, I mean, if you look at the crime, she was convicted of I think he was eight Bank fraud tax fraud hiding offshore accounts in Cyprus. This is someone who doesn't necessarily deserve leniency. I don't think he should be singled out for prosecution because of his ties with President Trump. But I also don't think you should be singled out for some sort of, you know, pardon or some sort of. Being let off easy essentially Borelli co-chair Trump's campaign during the two thousand sixteen New York Republican primary Borelli made his comments on CNN's new day

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"borelli" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Tell you. He oh, the only Honey bind in his life is his wife. Honey. All right coming up later in the hour. Dr Rosemary Bates talks about hearing and the elderly and the tied to depression in the elderly also will talk with Steve macmanus who's running for state Senate, also Ben Ferguson, seven forty five. In the meantime, hey, did, you know, the government shutdown believe me anytime, you turn on the mainstream media? That's all you hear about. And by the way, the death toll right now from the shutdown as the Democrats have said this would be gloom and doom the death toll right now stands at zero. Yeah. Zero joining us now landless Joe Borelli checks in with us this morning, Joe. Thank you for joining me here in Memphis. How are you? Good morning. Good morning. Thank you for having me. And you're you're absolutely right. If you don't turn on the news, you probably wouldn't notice. There was a government shutdown at all to be honest. Yeah. We were we were talking. Yeah. About about this. And this is going on I guess week four now, and I think the grizzlies had offered furloughed employees some free tickets to the game. And we're starting to see some of that. And I thought well, they're offering the furloughed employees tickets, but haven't they suffered enough already? No kidding gosh. After that performance yesterday. Joe I did laugh at I had a good chuckle earlier this morning because you know, the news is in foxy to the top the hours like, you know, Democrats aren't going to even negotiate on the government shutdown until, you know, this this shutdown is over I'm sorry on the border wall until the shutdown is over, and I'm like, well, isn't that like when you sit down at the poker table, and you say, I'm not gonna play poker with you until you show me your cards. I mean in that case in that analogy, the Democrats should have a free drink may they need one sit down at the table and get to business. You know, the problem that we see right now is that Democrats have been offering have been able to have been morally able to digest the fact of a ball for a wall for Dhaka funding scenario in the past. And when the president came out last Saturday, he basically threw down the gauntlet and made a deal that that does nothing but proved. The fact that they're just not willing to negotiate for anything. He put down stuff. He bet the same that they would have made in two thousand eighteen in two thousand seventeen and they didn't take the bait. Right. Right. And you've seen crazier things happened before. I know you probably have faith that President Trump can get this done because as the co chair when in New York for the Republican primary when he was at one percent of the nation was laughing. You're like, I wouldn't bet against this guy. Oh, yeah. Look at it. You know, I I've known President Trump's twenty thirteen and I can tell you for a fact he's not someone to bet against. But the appointment that you know, this lately. After the Saturday thing this press conference has become just an expose of democratic hypocrisy on an issue that is fundamental let you know, we we can take some jokes about the government shutdown. We can we can make a little bit light of it. There are people out there who are not getting getting paid. There are people out there who are not showing up to work who don't have to work and the reality is that if you ask Steny Hoyer twenty seventeen if you ask Joe Biden in two thousand eighteen if you ask even rep Luis Gutierrez one of the biggest liberals when it comes to immigration issue. All of them had said, let's sit down and make a wall for Dhaka deal. And it's on the table today. It was put on the table last week, and the Democrats just simply refused to sit down with the pct table and place. A bet are we hearing are you hearing anymore House Democrats that may be cracking a little bit under this? I know there was some talk over the weekend into yesterday about how there were some that were saying, okay while they may not have the ear yet of the leadership. They're ready to get there and say look we need to start talking. I think you're seeing a few chinks in the armor. You know, hopefully, that's an advance of a big deluge to follow. But the reality is unless Nancy Pelosi unless Chuck Schumer release the hounds less members of the party go to to make their own decisions their own choices their own answers to the question of whether the wall is immoral in twenty nineteen because it wasn't twenty seventeen or two thousand eighteen that's when you'll actually start seeing some compromise come out of Washington DC against the president is offering compromise. He's offering positions that aren't traditional Republican positions on DACA. For example. You know, this is what compromise looks like. And unfortunately, Democrats aren't responding in kind. Right. Can can Joe Manchin bring any moderate Democrats over with him in the Senate to help. And that's where the problem lies. I mean, the the problem really, I is functionally the Senate requirement that we need sixty votes, and you know. Boy last year, we were all talking about Joe magin how we need to get rid of them to some degree right now. We're we're we're probably happening in the democratic conference because he is representing one of these people who is willing to to sort of guide his conference slightly to the right. I wish there were more like him. Joe borelli? Thank you for joining us on Memphis morning news. If you want to find out more about Joe go to Joe Borelli NYC on Twitter and check him out and see what he's got to say. Joe? Thank you for joining us in Memphis. We appreciate you. Thank you very much. Right..

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Borelli hate you. Don't wanna miss Frankie, reminding me this. I sorta early Michael Cohen the president's the X attorney. He's being sentenced today in Manhattan, correct? Big day, eleven o'clock today in lower Manhattan. And it's it's definitely going to be some some theatrics. Michael Collins, an interesting guy, and he is a somewhat unsympathetic guy in all this. But I think we have to remember that this is someone who is going to go to jail for a long time only because President Trump became the president. This is someone who was being investigated is someone who wasn't being questioned for anything and essentially only got caught up in all this nonsense embarrassed peak guilty of committing several crimes and I'm not dismissing net. But nobody was paying any attention to this guy until Donald Trump became president. And I can't believe he did what he did. He flip flipped and still like the southern district on the yard and down there. They're gonna give him four years. Anyway, even though he did even though he was a wrapped even though he did flip. He still gonna give him four years. Joe? That's what you hear incorrect. I mean, the problem is that his testimony is so. You know in conflict with his previous testimony, which is incompetent his previous. I mean Frank is the criminal defendant groupie. So he would probably know exactly how much time might go is gonna get more than me. But yeah, I I can't see him getting off scot-free and not serving several years at minimum any any lied. He. I mean, he lied about lying. The whole thing is that fiasco. Hey, I I'm dying to hear your take on the president Pelosi humor meeting yesterday. I mean that was that was raw television. That was something that everyone, you know. I started seeing little glimpses of it on Twitter, and I immediately put the TV on. I think two out of the three participants actually came off pretty well to their base. I think Nancy Pelosi and look back at her democratic conference has said see I'm not this old out of touch woman. I'm someone who will stand up to the president. And I think she really. I think Donald Trump do the same thing. This is the swan song of the wall. We're gonna have a democratic majority a house very soon. This make his last effort. This is the the battle on the hill. I think Chuck Schumer the old one. It comes out looking bad. You know, having him sit there saying, let's debate this in private it. Just it just doesn't send the right message. You know, people on both sides should be saying, why don't we have this debate and public? What are you afraid of? I think I think she came in very bad. Yes humor. The police officer shot in Staten Island over the weekend. Joe Borelli, what do we know about how he's doing? He got out of the hospital yesterday in and kudos to the wonderful people at Staten Island university hospital north they have a great trauma center. They of course, always would take care of our first responders, and he looks to be doing pretty well. I mean, this is someone who was shot in the stomach not not exactly the best place to be shot during the bulletproof vest. And I have to say, I think I think they did a great job is that our hospital, and and and by the way kudos to the NYPD for arresting that a person who killed that firefighter in. Off the Dell Parkway just a couple of nights ago. Yeah. Terrible. Now on a much lighter note, Joe you took a very controversial position on Twitter yesterday in which you endorsed collie flower over broccoli what prompted that Chilver, Elliot. I tweet thing about President Trump all the time. And getting no response. I told the truth I stayed collie flower is better and greater and broccoli you shouldn't Darren Yellen. You know, your your own sailing genius. Broccoli rob. And roughly the same plant there not daring the Darren there nothing same plant that was a big defense. But I couldn't believe how many broccoli quarter out there. There are look cauliflower can be made into many things that can be it's so it's so versatile you can just fly. Holly flowering grill it and enjoy it on. So I don't want to hear any any type of a of of Rian from this. I don't want any type of you know, arguments against it colleague flowers grin and broccoli look at U dub rally, we love you Joe born the tally. We'll talk to you before Christmas job and our left. Oh, always appreciate anytime. You want to get away and you need to get away. Please call the show anytime. All right. A job early doing a great job in one of the true rising stars in politics in the city of New York seven fifty one deputies out there looking out for you on the roads Debbie do. Hey, how we doing? I know once the holiday season starts. My goodness gracious. It's impossible. How are you doing this morning? Cauliflower or broccoli? Let's see what's happening right now as you head to seventy eight westbound, Joe, you're busy bags at forty eight in Springfield. It's all due to an accident in the left lane. Inbound GWP, forty Lincoln thirty Holland thirty five it's gridlock. Alert day allow extra travel time Harlem river drive south into the one twenty is a collision there as well. You now nowhere nothing go..

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"borelli" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But my friends Rocco Tara Borelli and Christopher how are in the studio with me Rocco is from the Philadelphia area and does life insurance insecurities and as a financial adviser out in that area. And Chris, of course, is a. Vice president at a marketing alliance rate here in Troy, gentlemen. Good afternoon. Thanks for coming. Good afternoon. Brian. How are you? I'm doing great Rocco Taylor. Tell our listeners a little bit about your background in the industry, and how you came to be where you are now. Well, I got licensed in nineteen eighty-seven hard to believe it's that long ago for life insurance and securities and advisory type of work and was a personal producer for years and still personal producer for life insurance and retirement income planning and over the years, I started to become a broker and recruit other agents and train them in this business business wherein and today exactly what I'm doing today as training agents throughout mostly Philadelphia's south jersey region personally, producing doing some seminars and webinars and trying to adapt to the social media concept, which we all have to change with the times. So that's what I'm doing today. It's a little different now with social media. I have a Facebook page for financial services. But I was dragged kicking and screaming into doing that it it does make things easier and harder at the same time, doesn't it? Yes. It does. And we're constantly adapting in this business. So that's just part of it. And it could save a lot of money at the same time times where we used to live seminars and travel now it's all available via webinar and everybody meets the comfort of their own office at her desk. And and we could go over our plans you've been an advisor and a producer and everything for your whole career and still continue to do it. But you do an awful lot of training. And I know that used to help me on national conference calls training other agents, how to do things and you've been you've been really more in training, and and not just in Philly, but nationwide. Yes, yes, we work with a lot of agents throughout the country startup agents and agents at been in the business for a while and with different types of products because they're always, you know, evolving new products are coming down to pike. And I like to teach folks how. Establish trust with clients in this business until their story and try to gain business for themselves at the same time helping folks out there, Chris tell us a little bit about your background in the industry you've been on a home office side and the agents say pretty much every aspect of the business pretty well rounded at this point. About fifteen sixteen years total and part of that was a independent producer for while. And after that, we decided to go to national carrier and work there in marketing for quite some time. And then I actually been at ten ten years. I mean this be coming up on that in December. So. And part of my primary job role is as the vice president of business development, working hand-in-hand with people like Rocco. Helping uncover opportunities training carriers products that can speak to everybody and help to need nationwide. But all our people, you know, for the benefit of our listeners, the reason that these gentlemen are here. Rocco came in from Philadelphia this week we had some meetings downtown Detroit and Wednesday and Thursday in and Tuesday. Really? And I got together with some of the companies that that, you know, represent the products that we bring to you. And one of the gentlemen, was was reading something that said, yes, I sell life insurance. And he said I could have sold shoes and bread and clothing and all those other things and he said, yes, I sell those two because I provide coverage that provides those things once you're gone life insurance is important enough to its self proclaimed, Al admit that life insurance awareness month. But it really is more important now than ever with the rising cost of all these goods. To provide some protection at least in the early years if not forever. For the family when you're gone. Absolutely. Yes. It replaces income at puts money in the economy. And there's a gentleman you alluded to Brian mentioned yesterday at really locked me in when I delivered my first death claim years ago and saw the power we can do that we can keep families in their home when we could replace that income and help folks, it's a really remarkable thing that we do for people. You have delivered a death claim checks yourself. Yes. Yes. Many. And it's usually in that all that set of an occasion. Well, it brings a little happiness. I mean, they're grieving. But at least they know they could replace that income that they're used to they could stay in their home and provide for their children and self completing for college events and things like that really makes a difference in their lives. You mentioned social media at one of the things that is prevalent now to that that didn't use to be is what's called crowdfunding. And raising money via the internet pages. Like, go fund me, and what brings back to me the the need to have life insurance. And to take care of the ones you leave behind you. See a lot of tragedies that that come up on Facebook, and in the news, and and in too many cases, in my opinion. There's a gofundme page it has to be started just to pay for the funeral and people having to make donations just to pay for the funeral where you think by my friend, Rocco could've talked to them. You know ahead of time and gotten them a little bit of inexpensive coverage. You know? Maybe wouldn't maybe they wouldn't have to be relying on things like that this. Let's let's talk about the stages of life. Is it a good idea? Rocco? In your opinion to have some amount of life insurance. It pretty much every stage of your life or has it become unnecessary later on well, Bryan that depends on the individual. I think what their finances are like and what their whole situation is like there's so many different types of insurance right now. There's types of life. Assurance that. You don't need to die to use it. So some people fun nerve retirement with deferred cash value in life insurance, depending on the type that they buy. But I would I think depend on the individual person as I get older. I think maybe you're need depending on your state and all that could diminish because you responsibilities are much lower the houses paid to children are out. So maybe need like to burrow or final expense. But again, it always depends on the individual. Let's car as a review for our listeners and in support of life insurance awareness month. Let's talk about the different types of insurance that there are the probably the easiest to understand and one of the most common is term life who wants to take that one. Yeah. We'll take term with easy. For most people. That's where they start there. Insurance journey right for vision. First time homebuyers, protecting protecting a mortgage protecting a paycheck. So term really comes down to a premium or amount of money paid for a predetermined death benefit hundred thousand two hundred thousand five thousand dollars for a predetermined length of time could be ten years. Fifteen years thirty years. And it's very simple cut and dry pay the premium you're protected in that timeframe, and the only way you're getting anything out of it is if you do in fact pass away, and then it'll be someone else getting something out of that is correct. But that is in my mind, Chris that is what insurance is in every other aspect of insurance. Do you know what I'm getting at like take health insurance? Take auto insurance, take homeowners insurance or umbrella liability. If there is no claim there is no value to it. So term insurance is life insurance in its purest form. Yes. Correct. And it's also the least expensive. Yes, biggest bang for the dollar to you know. And that's why it's really attractive for young people. You know for them. It's all about protecting the the earning years. Right. So you have a young family. The winners. Are we're gonna work for thirty more years. Forty more years. Protect that value of what that's gonna come. Now term insurance is less expensive than the other forms, and we'll talk about the other forms too. And as you said, though, it's kind of setup for a specific length of time ten year term twenty year term, maybe even thirty year term. And so how it was described to me one time. Rocco tell me what you think of this is that term insurance is cheaper. Because the company never really expects to pay the claim is that fair. Yes. I think the numbers are less than two and a half percent of all term insurance resulting acclaim and people have to understand that's where it gets its name. It's for a term. So I sold a lot of term insurance back in the mid eighties and people tend to forget because they go with the lowest cost and then call in twenty years later to to what happened in my life insurance, while we the pull the file remember term insurance for a certain amount of time. And like Chris mentioned in the early years when you have the most responsibilities you can get the most protection for the least cost, but you have to understand that term eventually will will be up. And you in this conversion privileges. You have the converted to a permanent plan. But. Like, you mentioned you can get the most coverage in the years, you need it. When you have the mortgage the children, and then you could switch gears up the road. Well, I've had those conversations to on my life insurance. They wanted to go way up. I always tell people the good news is you're still here. So you go to print out a proposal that says you.

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"borelli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rod and his team that your friend, Sean Hannity sent you. I've never seen a more. The Republicans are doing some people never shut up. Absolutely. That's just the way we talk radio. You're listening to safe retirement solutions on talkradio six eighty WCBS and wcbMcom safe. Retirement solutions is rank is one of the top one hundred financial radio programs in the USA now more from rod Barohi. Well, everyone rod Borelli with safe retirement solutions back from our break here. You know, I'm talking about retirement ain't complaining, but but before I get onto that I just want to mention that my grandparents parish, the holy rosary church is having the polish fall festival this weekend, Saturday and Sunday. And I don't know if you're even if you're not I mean, my wife's not polish polish ancestry, and and she likes the keys, and the parochial and all that kind of stuff in it. Anyway, this kind of fun, but that's it in fells point the holy a beautiful church. You if you want to stop and go to mass, I just thought I'd mention that today. Again, we're talking about retirement, and they complaining and. I'm getting kind of hungry. Yeah. Some some parochial would be good, but retirement and complaining today, and you know, what I keep hearing these ads, you know, I hate annuities, blah, blah, blah, and you should too you know, who invested in annuities. Well, a lot of famous people, but how about Albert Einstein the guy who who said the compound interest is the greatest force in the universe. Compound interest is after all how the rich get richer Albert Einstein invested in annuities in the nineteen thirties. And I think he was a pretty smart guy. But let's get back on track. Here. I love annuities. If you get the right kind. They will work. The beginning. This a lot lately that you only need about eighty percent of your pre retirement income for retirement. This is the one that we can get kind of caught up in. Why would you only wanna have eighty percent of the income that you've become accustomed to living on coming in when you retire? Now. I know that some people may spend less when they retire and. And then when they're working. However, I mean, many people that spend the same amount or even more spend a tad bit more because they can they they have more time. It's my opinion that your retirement income plan should focus on helping you develop the same stream of income. At least initially. As you get used to seeing when you got that paycheck coming in a weekend a weekend. Here's another thing. That's been around for a long time. It's the four percent road says basically should plan to withdrawal four percent of your retirement funds from your portfolio taking a bit further. Some people use the four percent withdrawal role to plan to do this. So if you did a budget exercise, and you came up with the fact that you may need..

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"borelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What are called persistent borelli so in vitro laboratory setting there are the spire keats get killed by the standard majority get killed by the standard antibiotics doxycycline and maka silly but a subgroup maybe five to ten percent don't get killed and those are called persistent or or antibiotic tolerance it's not so much that they're tolerant so all antibiotics but they are tolerance to these specific antibiotics so in scientists now very prominent scientists around the country are examining what is the best way to not only kill the regular sparky's but also these persistent sparky's because that may be why some patients are having relapsing z lapses so we have a lot of listeners were eager to get in on the conversation let's go to jenny in the bronx ginny you're on the air one test positive for lime disease one will always test positive and the other part is if that's the case and one is in as symptomatic including that first time how is it what's the protocol for addressing if and when to re prescribe a course of antibiotics really and you're absolutely right that once you test positive it's very common even after treatments and even after ratification or what we think is the right occasion of spark you'll continue to test positive for a number of years and sometimes many years and so that leaves us with a huge conundrum which is when someone comes into the office and they've previously had lyme disease and then all of a sudden a year later or two years later they're coming out with joint pains and fatigue confusion and maybe word finding problems or shooting pains or stabbing pains that certainly sounds like a.

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"borelli" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"I'm really giving you the the bulk of my thoughts on her i will say about turning point that i mean the general issue that i have with with them is just that the the commentary that comes out of outfits like that isn't particularly sophisticated it's like cereal box conservatism like they've got a couple of slogans that they're able to pair it but for the most part it's like donald trump's defense force like anything that he's doing at the at this particular moment it's totally cool and in vogue and is the thing that we should be excited about and that that brand of conservatism has never been any interest to me whatsoever even when the doing your urban engaged even even when especially when they're doing urban engagement i've i've always had deep contempt for like black conservatism that affirmatively black conservatism where they talk about the democrats in what they're doing to our community and how they need to own it and their policies are destroying us again it's example it's the same kind of tribalism i think it was like blacklash was was that deneen borelli's book her name but it's it's it's that kind of thing and i just don't have our williams i don't have a lot of patients or interest in that crap it's it's the same tribalism except a hell of a lot less successful in far less persuasive like it just doesn't it doesn't even sell particularly well so i'm not sure why would get into bed with that garbage i am interested in something else which is generally speaking tribalism is stupid and dim and ugly and to the extent you're inserting that into various political issues you're probably not helping and i don't think that going to black lives matters events and essentially just shaming those kids and telling them they're stupid actors is particularly helpful i would much rather i'm finding gauging you i'm fine with calling you out if you're being a dope but i'm going to offer you something that's useful and if she doesn't understand that there are actual substantive issues when it comes to police reform that need to.

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"borelli" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It doesn't matter because you're providing goods and services to others what we're trying to do here is give people the news and information that you're not gonna get elsewhere and our hope is is that you use it you understand it that you're not misled by a lot of aronie us and fake and hysterical and hyperventilating reports that come out that have never been proven true and you know understand what is at stake for the country they wanted destroy this president they want to delegitimize him they want the democrats in power that that makes twenty eighteen extraordinarily important if you want the president to continue on his agenda and i think number one is voting number two talking to your friends you know a lot of people like trump and afraid to say it i mean i was watching kanye west all this week he spoke out for this woman candice owens was on my tv show last night what a what a wonderful person i mean so courageous and strong she did a town hall powerful voice and you know i really was impressed i mean kanye west stood up for her right to freedom of speech and you know literally said he has a love for donald trump that runs deep and he challenged what he said is the thought police that want to suppress freedom and i admire is independence i admire candice's independence if you're conservative and an african american you are treated horribly in this country it is full on racism fullon abuse tom arnold the things that he said about candice owens he should he should never any conservative that said anything similar that would be the end of them and their career it would be the end of them ever being taken seriously now sure he pulled down the tweets and the text but they were full of vile hatred deneen borelli writes about this in her book lack lash google my name and see what comes up just because she happens to be a black conservative and smart and bright and bill has fundamental beliefs i never understood how this bigotry is allowed to exist so the short answer is susannah just keep doing what you're doing you know and supporting shows like this helps me keep doing what i'm doing gives us a list of congressman thinks that we need to from barred their phones just because i think we're ready to do it.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine and then i want you to answer joe borelli's question what president could have won a third nonconsecutive term i think if bill clinton ran in oh wait he could have won a third term i would not have voted for him but i think coming after the bush presidency i think the country would have voted for bill clinton certainly i think he would have had a better shot than hillary did eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine joe i i i want to talk about our lewis's column in the daily news today but the front page of the daily news is quite interesting with this bill de blasio campaign finance scandal what is the scandal exactly well the scandal is that he is going out for dinner with people who are registered lobbyist who did in fact donate to his campaign that part is on the record right we have records for those things but he didn't disclose the fact that he was meeting with these people we have saying in in government and really in conflict of interest laws that there are no new best friends so if you're the mayor if you're the public advocate if you were the council member and you had known these lobbyists for for many years while you were in government they can't be your new best friend and suddenly don't require the disclosure laws but i think there's just goes back to to a just really really really a bad run for build a blonde on ethics issues and he is someone who in the very early part of his mayoralty really no one questioned his integrity and maybe that's right or maybe that's wrong but there really wasn't the these questions over a conflict of interest rules whether lobbyists were getting donations whether he was involved in pay to play over the past year you just see this ring around him just just being put squarely in the bulls eye of investigators and it's a shame it's a shame for government if democrats think this is problematic when it's trump's inner circle they surely must think it's problematic when it's bill de blasios inner circle it is interesting i do not hear the.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Morning program i'm frank moreno here with al too low and joe borelli already disappointed even we're just hoping it was joe piscopo and then just boom disappoint i tell you joe you have carved out quite a niche as a media personality much more so than i think any local elected official ever at least in staten island maybe guy molinari was comparable but i don't even think he didn't have the wasn't a punch out the was no cable new eighty nine now and the interest of full disclosure i do work part time for councilman borelli's my slave he is he's the minority whip of the new york city council what is the whip actually do well whips three votes together for the minority conference which essentially is myself the minority leader steven mattio and the minority member no title eric rich from queens how'd you like to be the one guy in a body of three out that doesn't get a title there's a leader there's a whip and then as you remember and i i like eric but he didn't get a chairmanship either and get no he's he's not happy about that but he's a good representative for the people of howard beach queens they certainly like them they certainly reelected him and i i tend to think he's going to run for something else before he's term limited in two thousand one it can it can you do you have any guesses as to what he might run for or or if you don't want to say i don't know for a fact but he was always interested in the.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"These stories at town hall dot com i'll patrick flaws you're about to embark on an audio adventure in which nothing is off limits politics movies organized crime and the social issues that relate irk you it's all on the rondo please welcome a man who all the talk show host wanna be and all the politicians come to see live on a 970 the answer frank the rondo oh yes like the announcer says the man who are the politicians come to see one of those politicians that has been good enough to come to see me this morning is my longtime friend of the minority whip of new york city council one of the few elected conservative republicans in new york city joe borelli councilman good morning thanks for murdering are you having fun so far i am having so much great when marlena shy of o who is a comic and a mom and a veteran news producer and social media producer and all around interesting person is here as well are you having fun i am except for this neck pain i think he should have a misuse next time i'm here well i see i saw you favoring that knack and then i was going to offer to rub it but then i figure okay not only a my dealing with the sec israel harassment error that were in but that in dealing with the fact that my longtime companion thought that you were someone i would try and cheat on her with a and i figured i'd better err on the side of staying on the side of the of the radio consul how did you hurt you neck it is a very boring story it's just a kink from sleeping when it's just the king from sleeping enjoys a racial terms there yeah you know what i think what a my pillow am i thought the you know what that we can do that is one of the few things i can do for you and by the way i want to encourage you if you're thinking about getting a better night's sleep goto mild mypillowcom and use the promo code am 970 if.

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"borelli" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The law firm of borelli associates you to protect your rights of work a difficult start to the american league wildcard game for the yankees the twin scored three runs in the first inning on homers from brian does your an eddie resolve yoyou extorted louis severino was taken out after just a third of an inning with runners on second and third chad green came and put out that fire he and three other new york relievers combined to throw one run all over and twothirds of the bombers ended up winning eight of four their first postseason victory in five years david robertson got the w with the longest out of his career three and a third shut out frames didi grigory has hit a threerun jack in the bottom of the first that nodded the game up brett gardner with a solo shot greg bird put the extra for good with a third of ingrid these single erin judge provided insurance a two run home run in the fourth judge says the yanks didn't get down despite the early deficit was defined no they're as his words were pouring know get down early and not have instead rink i'm in there and shut them down there in a purge un not you hear roar it's still not quash wall street is going to thing we've been doing all your was an old when we need on it is all i got was thumbed their horse as currency that i'll be network tommy cain lee in a role does chapman finished it off on the mound for the yankees minnesota started urban santana charged with four runs into winnings the loss went to jose barea we innings three runs it'll be the yankees versus the indians in the american league division series the tried to star trevor bauer in thursday's opener holding a score rick lubar back for game two but national league wildcard gained coming up tonight the diamondbacks with zack grinky on the mound hosting john gray and the rockies as expected the mets are not bringing back pitching coach dan ward than for 2018 he's held their positions since two thousand five they also dismiss head frane or ray ramirez former manager terry collins named special assistant to gm sandy alderson who says collins will concentrate on player development nba preseason at the garden the next beat the.

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"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"borelli" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of italy for over fifty years michael medved of three and a half years cheers our job is to vote on the radio good morning good morning mamma mia the know you think it's going to quiet down for just a little bit you know you really really kind of thing slow battle that no no every day summer time nobody takes up especially not councilman joe borelli joe tell you this guy guys unbelievable he's working all the time and kind enough to join us on the piscopo joe joe we got you loud and clear on the radio how you doing mr borelli good good morning i'm relaxing worrying of of the network ard right now i don't wear it joke closer to a new york got you so you really water and on your loved in the water shortage allows ordered along with disloyal upgrade about day now you gotta get up early and what are the grit before the fund it do you to do that with the flowers and i find that a descends really weird job really in your your big councilman you are the future of the republican party we all know that we all know a great your in politics in handling steady well you great on fox we love you for that but when you watery there's a solace to it isn't it is kind of tranquility we will you do go my my coffee a morning white shirt my coffee in the radio and your backyard have another having a what's wrong with a joke you know it goes back to be farmers in italy got some of it i really recovered in my life robert knepper hey plates coming in because mike michael michael now i'll tweet out a picture you look necessarily but we discovered a little bit of a flower a minute now so this is gonna give wants to flout that's right but them eight points aren't out yet my my mother as a little garden michael has a michaels gardening the flowers are coming out this is to funny joe wh what do you think what's going on with first of all with.

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