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Sebastian Reflects on Manhood and the 2nd Amendment
"Want to talk to you about the Second Amendment and how it was put into effect last night in my home. First, let's have a little reminder of, well, the manhood hour is going to be next with senior CIA operations officer Rick Prado, a legend in the black ops community. And in the spirit of our weekly manhood hour, you do not want to miss it. Let's listen to what the man in a wheelchair said on the floor of Congress an individual I was hanging out with at Mar-a-Lago just two weeks ago when the president made his historic announcement. And it has to do with the Second Amendment, and it's about being a man, cut 5. Our young men are taught that weaknesses strength that delicacy is desirable. And that being a soft metrosexual is more valuable than training the mind, body, and soul. Social media has weakened us. Siphoning our men of their will to fight to rise in a noble man or square their jaws and charge once more into the breach of life to defend what they love. So on this precipice of disaster, I ask the young men of this nation a question. Will you sit behind a screen while the story tales of your forefathers become myth? Or were you stand resolute against the dying light of America's golden age? We reclaim your masculinity. Will you become a man to be feared to be respected to be looked up to? Or you let this nation's next generation be its final generation? Will you let this next generation be our final generation of men? Thank you, Madison Cawthorn.
Jim Carafano on What Sets the U.S. Apart From Russia and China
"You've served this nation in uniform for more than 20 years in the U.S. Army. You fought the Cold War, are you ashamed of what we represent in terms of the administration and business leaders? So this is ironic. Because on the one hand, they talk about global norms and all this other human rights. Right. But on the other hand, when China or Iran or even Russia to these horrific terrible things, they just feel muted and embarrassed. And I think this is the difference between them and us. And by us, I don't mean we are neocons that want to go out and bomb everybody and bend everybody to America as well in the world. It's this notion of this is when we talk about America's global interests and responsibilities. It's not the World Economic Forum and globalism and global governance. It's about what's in the best interests of the American people and often we find out it is standing up for, you know, I say this all the time. What's the difference between us and Russia and Iran and the United States fundamental America and all the countries and people in America and that we have all kinds of different things. But fundamentally, we and the free world, whatever you want to we believe in basic human rights, not being beaten up and thrown in jail, not being allowed to pray. We believe in human rights, we believe that the governments ought to be elected by their people and the government ought to be accountable to their people. And we believe that I don't care some version of the free market system, whatever you want to call it. You work hard, you should get rewarded for that, right? And you should have private property. Exactly. Right. We believe in those things. China, Russia, Iran, they don't believe in any of those things. And not only do they not believe in them, they see their mere existence. As a threat to them. As the ultimate obstacle, the expansion of their power and influence and it must be destroyed. And that is why if you are in Moscow and Beijing in Tehran, you wake up every morning with one that today I hope is the last day America is in the world.
Why Is the Biden Regime So Silent on China? Boris Epshteyn Explains
"China. I think he's been speaking at my notes. Let's listen to president Trump's son, who had this interesting explanation as to why this administration is eating 200 lobsters at the state dinner last night in The White House and seeing nothing about the events in China. Almost shocked that the level of silence. And then I remembered, you know what? China's $1 billion investment into Hunter Biden when he flew over there on air force two and walked away. You know, China invested in a lot of crackheads folks. It's what they do. They definitely don't do other diligence than that. They get every crackhead and they give them a billion dollars into their fund, right? No, no, no. That investment is paying off in spades right now, folks. Yeah, very wise investment on behalf of Beijing when vice President Biden flew to China with his son on air force two. We played multiple times or played it again with our next buddy Jim carafano. The clips from Kirby from The White House saying no, we're not going to comment on the events occurring in China, which are utterly historic as somebody born in a former communist dictatorship whose family got out of there. Did you ever expect to see this from? I don't care political parties. Any political administration in America now? No. This is not America. And let's be honest, if you look at the history of America in the fight against the Soviet Union, Soviet communism, the same that Nixon was a Cold War warrior, Carter became a Cold War warrior. And Reagan was a call. It was bipartisan. JFK, LBJ. It was bipartisan. Right. Bill Clinton was strong, right? The events in the former Yugoslavia, right? Lack of leadership. The lack of presence. The lack of hegemonic from this administration isn't just troubling. It's treasonous. That's what it is. They are selling our country down the river,
Seb Welcomes Senior Advisor to Trump's 2024 Campaign, Boris Epshteyn
"Is the baron and he has a new title to share with us as he waves his baronial wave Boris Epstein. What is your new title? I'm proud to say in the honor to say that I'm a senior adviser for president Trump's third presidential win the campaign for The White House 2024. I wish I had some cigars in some champagne and some single malt to crack out congratulations. Senior adviser for the 2024 presidential campaign, so what can you tell us? What secrets can you dive in front of 3 million people right now? But here's this is a big time super secret plan. Okay, I'm going to everybody. Everybody should be able to pay attention, pay attention. This is like law school and I had a great Professor of law school and said, when they were whenever you said there's a three part test. Everybody else. So this is secret, the super secret player. It's the one point. Full spectrum dominance. Oh, I like that. I like that. Full spectrum. Force back from that one. So it's going to be on every front. We're going to absolutely. President Trump was running because he built the country into The Shining Beacon on a hill that it deserves to be that it's God's place. God's decision for it to be.
UK leader Sunak faces opposition in Parliament for 1st time
"Britain's new prime minister Rishi sunak is holding a meeting of his new cabinet before facing the opposition in parliament for the first time as leader Soon axe appointed a government mixing allies with experienced ministers from the previous governments as he tries to tackle Britain's multiple economic problems office says the lineup in his team aims to ensure that at this uncertain time this continuity at the heart of government but during the regular House of common session known as prime minister's questions opposition politicians are likely to focus on the baggage the new ministers carry from the governments of Boris Johnson and Charles
Nigel Farage on Why Liz Truss Was the Victim of a 'Globalist Coup'
"Nigel Farage joins us right now. Nigel, welcome back to the program for our American listeners. Can you offer some clarity about what the heck is going on in your beautiful sister country across the pond? An astonishing four months, Boris Johnson, the elected prime minister goes because, frankly, he wasn't truthful with the British public about many things. And elected as a conservative, he rather governed as a liberal, and people got upset. Then the queen dies. You know, she'd been there for 70 years. That was very destabilizing. We then got a new prime minister who attempted to introduce conservative philosophy. She wanted to reduce the size of a state and cut taxation. And the world went to war against her. The International Monetary Fund spoke about our mini budget in a way they'd never spoken about any country ever before. The American administration piled in. The German Chancellor piled in, and in the end, you might argue that some of their tax cuts weren't very well thought through, but we have been through in the course of the last two weeks. Nothing less than a globalist coup, we get a mangled Jeremy hum, out of left field, becomes Chancellor of the exchequer, and now we have a new prime minister. He's taken over today, our third and 7 weeks, but the name of Richie sunac, I can pronounce it, even if Joe Biden can't. And he of course is our first former Goldman Sachs prime minister. He's a globalist. He's a supporter of Central Bank, digital currencies. He's barely conservative at all. And it all goes to show that the British Conservative Party isn't conservative at all. And we have a real problem on our hands.
Next UK prime minister: Sunak closes in after Johnson balks
"Former treasury chief Rishi sunak is the strong favorite to be Britain's next prime minister Sunak could well be offered the post after former lead up Boris Johnson dropped out of the Conservative Party leadership contest The government party is choosing a replacement for Liz truss who quit last week sunak is the only candidate with confirmed support for more than 100 lawmakers the number needed to run in the election House of Commons leader penny Morton has so far fewer expressions of support but is aiming to reach the threshold by the time nominations close later in the day Charles De Ledesma London
Sebastian Is Joined by Grady Judd, Sheriff of Polk County, Florida
"Two kinds of sheriff in America, those who eschew the limelight and there are others who are prepared to stand in the limelight and are actually good at what they do here is one of them from Polk county sheriff Grady Judd. Play cut. I would highly suggest that if a looter breaks into your home, comes into your home while you're there to steal stuff. That you take your gun and you shoot him. You shoot him so that he looks like graded cheese because you know what? That's one looter that won't break into anyone else's home and take advantage of them when they're the most vulnerable and the most weak. Use your gun to defend yourself and your property until that criminal looks like grated trees. He started working for the pulp county sheriff's office as a dispatcher in 1972 at the age of 27. He attained the rank of captain, was elected to the office of sheriff in 2005, and he served on president Trump's coordinating council on juvenile justice. Welcome to America first, sheriff Judd. Sebastian's my honor to be with you today. How are you doing? I'm doing very well. I want to talk to you about the Second Amendment and that's superb little press conference you gave. But first, I got to ask you, maybe you've got a theory. I see two types of sheriff. Those who are comfortable with the media and who speak truthfully to the media and then others who hide. Why is that? Shouldn't all sheriffs if they're elected be prepared to talk out in front of the public? Well, I believe that they should. And I don't know why they don't. You know when we are elected, we work for the community. We work for the public. And the only way to successfully communicate with them is social media, radio, television, and newspaper. And I do that every day. I do interviews every day because the people have a right to know what their share is doing, what he's thinking, or what she's thinking. And my 5th term, and I've not had any serious opposition and had no opposition after my 5th term. So I think when you do what the public expects you to do, the way they expect you to do it, you keep the public informed that you're working for them and this is what you're doing to keep them safe.
How Did Russia Gain Access to Iranian Drones? James Carafano Explains
"Iran. I just mentioned Ukraine Jim, we talked to Jim carafano vice president heritage. Can you just for the sake of those who aren't national security wonks like us? Just walk us through this thing that Russia is using Iranian drones to bomb civilians in Ukraine. Can you explain how that happens? Well, I'll give you one better. Go ahead. How did those growing get to Russia? Get to Russia. And the answer is they were put on commercial Iranian airlines, and they were thrown through airports. Some of them like Heathrow. To Russia. So there's a big hole in the sanctions regime here. We're letting the Iranian commercial airlines funnel weapons. To Russia. And the other reporting, which is kind of mind boggling is there are Iranians in Ukraine, operating these drones. And some of them have already been killed, which essentially means Ukraine is a party to the conflict. And every single sanction that we're committing to the Russians, they should be committed to the Ukrainians. So
How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?
"Reason we have the federal government, originally it was only meant to be for interstate commerce and defense and foreign affairs. How do you not have a defense budget two years in? Well, how do you spend literally trillions of dollars in unprogrammed spending? Inflation reduction act, infrastructure thing. COVID thing, right? You add all that up. That's several $1 trillion. Not a nickel in there is for defense. And then of course, the impact of inflation is that you're actually losing defense funding because the 10% inflation. Right. And this is while we're actively supporting operations. In Ukraine, China is building out its military every day. Iran is as dangerous as ever. Russia, okay, maybe it was a paper Tiger, but if Putin survives, it's going to be just like Germany's defeat after World War I. The first thing that Germany started to do is how can we rebuild and come back better next time? So Russia is dangerous. Iran's dangerous North Korea is probably tested nuclear weapon by Thanksgiving. China is getting more dangerous. And we are basically funding important things like drag queen shows on bases. Training in the gender pronoun training in the navy gym. Yeah, right. The important stuff. And not even just in the military, you know, the State Department, they just report $20,000. To fund drag queen shows in Ecuador. That'll go down. That's what your tax dollars are going for. Not buying uniforms and ammunition, not your children, volunteered for military service and going, and we will find money that if your daughter needs an abortion, will pay her travels. You go into abortion, but we can't give her body armor
Boris Epshteyn's Message to Apathetic Voters
"Message to those in states like New York or California or Massachusetts of a Mont, who say, yeah, I'm a patriot, I'm a conservative, but this state is gone. My vote doesn't make a difference. What do you say to the baron? But now every vote counts. Every vote counts on November 8th, every vote counts. A 24 every vote is going to count. So go vote for Sue Kylie in New Jersey. Go for Peter and Hernandez in California for Lee zeldin in New York. Go out for at least the final of course in New York. Go out and vote, have your voices be heard and they're going to have your voices heard. We are going to have wins the likes we've never seen before. Fight, fight, fight, action, action, action, vote, vote, vote. And with those steps will fight with action voting, we're going to take back America, but it's on our shoulders as our shoulders do not give an inch, keep fighting, keep working. We're going to have a huge day on November 8th, and we're going to march right on from there to take back The White House. Wow,
James Carafano and Sebastian Discuss the Wisdom of Margaret Thatcher
"We were the first country. To attempt and to succeed in rolling back the frontiers of socialism, which is the first cousin to come in. No one else tried it. We were the first to do it. I remember some politicians saying, well, what's your very careful misses Thatcher? To see if you're succeed, we did. I just played that because my guests looked at that clip. We had in the show them and just said, can we have some more of that DNA? The iron lady. The woman who took the UK from literal piles of trash, you know, winter of discontent with the refuge piled up with the coal miners on strike. The defeating, the Argentinian junta in the Falklands, and along with Ronald Reagan and bless his St. John, Paul the second defeating the communist threat in Eastern Europe. And I think it's appetite to play it because I do believe, is there not a Thatcher center at the heritage foundation. No, it's not 8th acid center. It's the only Thatcher center that she would allow. To be named after her so it's the Margaret Thatcher center for freedom. That's the only one in the world. And she actually provided the initial endowment. But being a conservative, she said, I will give you X amount if you raise ten X
Boris Johnson returns to UK amidst rumors he will run for PM
"Former prime minister Boris Johnson has returned to Britain ahead of a possible tilt at reclaiming his former job Johnson was ousted by a series of ethics scandals just three months ago but boarded a flight back to London from his vacation in the Dominican Republic just days after the dramatic resignation of his successor Liz truss Johnson has not officially said he's running but some allies in the parliamentary party had been loudly calling for his return Tory lawmakers wishing to enter the race must secure the backing of 100 of their colleagues by 2 p.m. on Monday Charles De Ledesma London
Boris Johnson eyes comeback bid as UK Tories pick new leader
"British political analysts say Boris Johnson is eyeing a comeback bid as Britain's conservatives pick a new leader Former prime minister Boris Johnson is among several British lawmakers trying to scoop up support ahead of a short intense contest to become the country's next prime minister the Conservative Party is choosing a replacement for Liz trus who quit on Thursday after a turbulent 45 day term favorites include former treasury chief Rishi sunak and a House of Commons leader penny mordant the wildcard is Johnson who was forced to resign by the party just three months ago amid ethics scandals Meanwhile opposition leaders are calling for an early general election Charles De Ledesma London
Sebastian and Mike Graham Discuss Liz Truss' Resignation
"Given the situation, I can not deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party. I have therefore spoken to his majesty the king to notify him that I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party. No U turns this lady's not for turning, I remember that catch phrase from Margaret Thatcher when I lived in the UK well, this one didn't just do U turn. She got off the highway, a record 44 days in office, shortest serving prime minister ever, gone, goodbye, Liz truss. What does it all mean? How did it happen? We stay on top of international news as much as anything else. I'm your host Sebastian gorka, and you're listening to America first on the Salem news channel. Who do we rely upon? Our good friend across the Atlantic, the man who speaks truth and common sense on the fastest growing channel there. It is talk TV. It's our good friend. Mike Graham, welcome back to America first. Sebastian, thank you very much. Indeed, well, it's been quite a day. It's been quite a week. It's been quite a 44 days. You might say, as you said, the shortest period ever, some think this has been a remainder plot. There are those in this country who still can't take the fact that Brexit was a success and that we left the European Union. You know, we now have Jeremy hunt, who's had Chancellor, who voted to remain in the EU. Let's trust was a remainer who changed into a brexiter and is now out. Boris Johnson, however, is the big name on everybody's lips tonight because but hang on, hang on, hang on, didn't you just get rid of him, Mike? Yeah. We might be getting him back. It could be the greatest political comeback of all time. You know how he's very much like Donald Trump. They're trying to get him every single step of the way. They are terrified of Boris Johnson coming back because he is the one man who can unite the Tory party who can win an election against the Labor Party and who could actually restore everything for them. Nobody's quite sure if he's going to run, but he's already in the lead in the polls and he's already in the league in the House of Commons as far as MPs is supported.
UK spy chief says rise of China world's top security issue
"British spies have given the increasing British spies have given increasingly negative assessments of Beijing's influence and intentions Last year the head of the MI 6 overseas intelligence agency Richard Moore called China one of the biggest threats called China one of the biggest threats to Britain and its allies while in 2020 then British prime minister Boris Johnson followed the U.S. in banning Chinese tech firm way way as a security risk ordering it to be stripped out of the UK's 5G telecoms network by 2027
Jim Carafano Discusses His Recent Trip to Ukraine
"I am Sebastian gorka, this is America first with one of our regulars mister national security and foreign policy for the conservative mothership. It is, of course, the heritage foundation heritage and colonel Jim caravan of doctor carafano is freshly back from Ukraine, and he has so much to share with us. Don't you, Jim. So this is weird, you know, I was in the army for 25 years. I was never deployed to a combat zone once. And in the last two months, I've been in two combat zones, so you had two busy playing with those nuclear weapons. I care, right? I guess. So I had another group of experts working with a Polish think tank. So we went to Ukraine. You fly to the border, the Polish border. The Polish border take a train to ten hour train ride to Kyiv. So you and Boris Johnson, secret trainer. Yeah, yeah, everybody takes the secret train ride. It's a private train. It runs at night. The security is ridiculous. Everybody, WeChat our own SEAL Team 6 guy. I mean, it wasn't SEAL Team 6, but they look like social security. Yeah, they look like something out of the movie. And everywhere we had like this arsenal. And I was just like, I've pitied anybody that would come after us. But these were supplied by the Ukraine government. This was actually these were actually supplied by the Polish government. Wow. And so we went to bucha, which is the high water mark of the Russian incursion towards the capitol, which is stunning how close. Where there was basically genocide. Right. So the town horrible, terrible. I mean, one is how close they actually got to the capitol. The other is, is the destruction was just terrible. I mean, including obviously blowing up things that are not military targets in any way. We'll show some photographs and then of course this is a scene of one of the mass burial sites. And tragically on the day we left, they found it even bigger mass barrels. People bound tortured. Families bound together in the latest. Hundreds of people thrown into a hole in the ground. And no matter what you take away from this, no matter what side you're on, if you're a neocon or a restrainer or whatever and you want nobody can think that Putin is a global player. And the notion that you would just sit back on your hands and just let him run wild being the murderer and soulless godless killer that he is. And think that someday that wouldn't come after you. That's just nuts.
Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social
"Himself in battle against the deep state as chairman of the intelligence committee of the House, and now he runs truth, social congressman, chairman, president, CEO, Devin Nunes, welcome in studio. C that's it is a pleasure, honestly, to be here. You've invited me for so many years and it's great to see your Millennium Falcon, all your Star Wars paraphernalia around here. You got your red phone. I mean, it's great. I think we have a similar vintage, so I think you can appreciate all the stuff that my wife will like me to get out of the house and stuff my studio full of. But my wife would like for me to get all this stuff out of the house. You have to get a show insane and then we have to build your studio and then we can fill it. All right, I'm glad we've got a sense of humor because in Reagan's tradition we have to be happy warriors. I can't butt start with the news to shocking items that we have we have Steve Bannon mentioned this last week after he has to go to New York he was on the show with us after he walked out of that indictment in New York that dozens of people associated with president Trump being ambushed being subpoenaed by the DoJ. We have the confirmation today, 44 zero, including our regular friend here, Boris Epstein, who is a lawyer to president Trump had his phone, his phone taken away from him by the federal authorities. And then as you're walking into the studio with your colleague, we find out that danchenko, the notorious danchenko sauce with the Steele dossier, thanks to Durham filing. We now know he's an FBI informant. Did you know all of this? Did you know the subpoenas were coming danchenko was a plant? I have to have your response. Well, I think that let's take the danchenko stuff first and we can come back to the other subpoenas that Steve Bannon mentioned. But this is really breaking news right now. It's only a few hours old, Durham went to unseal some findings and in that, just to remind the audience, danchenko was the super secret Russian source that when we were investigating this, everybody said, oh, these people are going to die. These are sources that are close to Putin, Putin could off of a minute minute and it ends up sea bass that he was like within a few blocks of here. Yeah, it was a
"boris has" Discussed on WTOP
"Attack. People died in the attack. A new Justice Department operation called operation north star is nabbing violent criminals in major cities. The apprehended over 1500 fugitives in those cities, most of whom were wanted for the most serious violent and harmful offenses, including in particular homicide. Attorney general Merrick Garland says that monthlong operation targeted violent criminals sex offenders and gang members. Former president Trump's council has been subpoenaed to be deposed by the January 6th committee in a closed session ahead of next week's hearing, CBS Scott mcfarlane. They've long wanted to speak to pat cipollone because getting access to him to the former White House counsel puts them dead center right in the middle of the inner circle of Donald Trump during those pivotal hours of January 6th, the days before January 6th and the days after. CBS Allison keyes tells us President Biden has called Britney greiner's wife after getting a letter from Russia. The president's call comes a day after Britney greiner's wife sherrell appeared on CBS mornings, calling it disheartening that she had not spoken with mister Biden. My wife is struggling and we have to help her. In a statement The White House says the president offered his support to the grinder family. In the UK, prime minister Boris Johnson is not planning to step down anytime soon despite losing two cabinet officials this week. Johnson swiftly appointed replacements for his departing ministers. For some here, it's too little, too late. Boris has got to go. Edmund walking. As he survived this long, as CBS
"boris has" Discussed on WTOP
"For his departing ministers. For some here, it's too little, too late. Boris has got to go. Edmund walking. As he survived this long, as CBS is roxana siberi reporting, excessive heat warnings and advisories are now roasting the Midwest Deep South and southeast for another day of near record temperatures and high humidity. These guys are sweating it out on a roofing crew in Illinois. Severe storms are moving in, expected to break up that heat. The Dow is down 90 points this hour, this is CBS News. Facet wealth is an SEC registered investment adviser. They offer customized financial planning for you, not just your assets. Learn more at facet wealth dot com slash Jill. Good afternoon, so glad to have you with us on this Wednesday, July the 6th, we have humidity out there. It's 89°. Hello, everybody. I'm Hillary Howard. We have two big local stories this afternoon. One is a thwarted plan to stage a July 4th attack on Richmond. The other is the weather and that's where we'll start. Flash flood watch in effect for the immediate metro area, the southern edge stretches from Prince William and loudoun counties and extends through Maryland to the Pennsylvania line. The West Virginia Panhandle is also part of the watch, expect multiple rounds of showers and storms that could unleash a lot of rain and possible flooding. Keep it here on WTO where
"boris has" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show
"Everybody. Like, what was your thought process the idiot? Yeah. Oh God. Oh, the clothes lining clothes lining omos. Lashley clothes lining omos out of the ring, horrible. Yeah, best move. The Cody cutter, not that he hit it pretty good. Austin theory is a great salesman. He is. I'm going to give it to, I'm going to do the Lashley spine buster. To that security guard. Yeah, if you like the show faces of death. Yeah. It was legit. Got to hand it to them. All right, bro. All right, pre. Worst moment or segment. This, all right, award nominees, 24/7. Every Sega. Asuka. And I would probably say almost. Yeah. And I'm going to give it to almost just all of that with Cedric coming out. Just all of it horrible. I'm gonna say 24/7 because it was ten minutes left in the show and I was like, what is happening? What is this? Too close to the end. Why are you giving like Bel Air and Oscar no time? You have to fill it with this shit. They could add three more minutes. Yeah. And then best moments? Who are you? Are we? Are we just gonna say maybe the return of the goddess? Yeah, it's gotta be her because she's old music and old clothes coming out, I guess. They're coming her coming. Done. You coming. Yes. We're all coming. Oh yeah. You come might come. We all come for Alexa Bliss. Yes. The goddess. That works. Do you see her, I'm not gonna be able to pull it up. I thought it was, oh here, this one, have you seen this one? See if I can do it. Oh, I have it off. But yeah, she just Alexa Bliss. That's new. Yeah. Did you miss me? I'm back. Yep. Plus to not get that work. That'll work. Yeah. So, all right. And turn it on. Yeah. All right, please turn that off. Just get rid of it. Please it's gonna distract me. Okay. Come on. All right, breaking news. And the latest WWE earnings call, Stephanie McMahon said WWE recently signed a new deal in the role playing game space that will be announced soon. If you know anything about video games and RPG, a WWE RPG, that doesn't really make sense to me. No, but I guess we'll see what that is soon enough. Maybe it's RPGs are like Final Fantasy like Zelda Pokémon. Those are RPGs. Maybe it's like Xavier Woods going through undertaker's house or something. They could be or like, yeah, like Roman Reigns looking for every belt. Yeah. Like, oh, find every belt Roman. And this is how fast the video game is. Got them. Yes. Yeah, I don't know what, I don't know, I'm just, yeah, I'm curious to see what that'll be. I guess we'll see at some point. Also, fans have been pointing out that WWE has been using crowd shots from other shows for a while now. Again, I pointed this out. They used when we were at money in the bank and Cena came out. I was in like a large shot of people. So it's not like it was just on me, but I was like, oh, John Cena. And they used my reaction for like something else like a month later. Like something lame and I was like, I did not pop for that motherfucker, you know? So they've been, it's gotten even weirder. On 78 man's evil episode, they showed when Stephanie joined Triple H like she was in on it the whole time and they hugged, you know? They used the crowd shot from the raw episode that honored Eddie Guerrero after he died. The crowd shot was like RIP Eddie, vivo, you know, like viva, like all this Eddie Guerrero, RAP signs. And that wasn't very close to Eddie. No. No, it was like, no, like 5 years later. Oh wow. He more than that, I think. Yeah, it doesn't make sense. And then they recently used a crowd reaction from when John Cena came out as thuganomics from 2012 to kind of promo on The Rock. They used a crowd reaction for madcap moss and happy Corbin's feud. So I think madcap moss told a joke and then they showed everyone popping for John Cena coming. Oh my God. It's just so fucking weird. Stop. That's enough. Yeah. Wow. Wow. So all right, onto a rumors. Kevin Owens wins back the universal title? Maybe. Bel Air club to finally get a second member? Brock Lesnar willingly works a full schedule? No chance. Next year's WrestleMania will be in Saudi Arabia. Converse. So Roman Reigns at a house show in New Jersey. The night before backlash said, hey, I might not be here again. If that's the case, thank you. And see you later. And we were like, oh, is he retiring? Like, what's going on? Apparently his new contract, he signed the new contract with a, excuse me, with a lighter schedule. So he's not going to be doing as many house shows. Right. And this place in New Jersey was just like a small arena. They're not going to get TV time. So they're thinking that's what he meant. Like I'm not going to be back at this arena. Or he did that the day before they were on the negotiations. Maybe Scott Boris has his agent. Right. He's like, hey, say this at a house show. Yeah, that would be worth 20 million. You said we talked about that on the backlash recap that a lot of people, you know, like famous people, they say that they're going to retire just to negotiation tactic. Right. It happens. So we'll see. Also, there have been rumors that the WWE draft is coming back in September. Great. They're doing another draft. That means nothing. Wild card. Who cares? Yeah, it doesn't matter, 'cause they have wild cards every week. And then Mia yim, formerly known as reckoning, you might know her as reckoning. Yeah, Damon pre sold reckoning. She signed with Impact Wrestling. That is like official, like she's already shown up, but the report is that it's only for 6 months. It just saw her. There have been so many people that go to impact for 6 months and then that's it. And then you never see them again. That happened with so many people. Yeah. So I guess that's what they like to do there. 6 months, try you out and see how it works, but try you out. Try you out. All right. Yeah, and there she is. All right, trivia time. Sure. This one is, I don't think I've done this before because it sounds like we did it or something. But I don't think so. Quite simply, who was the first McMahon to win a championship in what was it? Okay, Stephanie's one. Vince is one, Linda certainly hasn't, right? Is Triple H and McMahon technically? No, I'm just kidding. Yes. Has she won a title? I'm sure Shane's probably been the hardcore champion. It's probably a joke, 'cause we all know about Stephanie women's champion. I'm gonna say Shane hardcore. Yeah, I remember this. Wasn't the hardcore. It was Shane. The European Championship. I knew it was one of those two. Yeah. Nice. Yeah. But you got the name right. Yeah. And then Stephanie has been the women's champ, Vince was the WWF champ for like a day. Yeah. Crazy. We're Sean grabbed the Jack Daniels. The rule book says, oh, sorry. That was the rumble..
"boris has" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"You know, Chile is a primary oil importer. So that's affecting inflation due to the global fuel price rises, but also the previous government spent pretty wildly during the pandemic fueling what was a big consumer boom. And now that's come to a pretty abrupt end. And when you look at the latest surveys, the main reasons behind this wall in support is Chilean spiel they have less money to spend and that their economic prospects are getting worse. This has also been headlines about crime in that country. What's going on in that front and is it linked to indigenous tribes has been suggested sometimes. Yeah, so there's a conflict goes back many, many years, but the escalation of violence or what some would describe as terrorist acts is all due to a long-standing land dispute between the mapuche indigenous peoples from both southern Chile and southern Argentina and the authorities as they try to take back greater control of their ancestral lands. Now another element is that supposedly a lot of criminal gangs and drug gangs have associated or forced themselves on to the indigenous campaign. And this is not only hurting how the land disputes perceived amongst the public, but also the type of crimes being committed. So things like the burning of buses, the burning of churches, gun crime. And this is something that didn't happen in Chile before. And on top of that, to the very far north of the country, there's a migration crisis with thousands of people mainly from Haiti and Venezuela arriving at the Chilean border every week. So that's sort of the backdrop to the security problems that haven't gone away with the new president and Boris may be seen as a very good orator, but can these conflict really be resolved through dialog or do they sort of need boots on the ground? And that's the debate that's happening at the moment in Chile and it would appear that Boris has removed a state of emergency last month that was in the south, which actually has only made the problems worse. Boris has also embraced plans to rewrite the constitution. What's going on in that front? So this rewrite is now in an absolutely critical phase where actual articles are being finalised and included in the new text. The body in charge of the rewrite has actually until the end of May to get this together and then it will be looked at by a separate committee sort of crossing dotting the I's and crossing the T's. Now once finalized, the new constitution will be put to a mandatory referendum in September in a simple yes no vote. But what's worrying is whether this plebiscite could turn into a referendum on Boris's government, right? Because he has endorsed the process. He's one of the main protagonists in the street demonstrations that demanded for this change in Chile that ultimately led to this call for a rewrite. And so rather than a vote may be on the type of constitution chileans have in front of them, it turns into a popularity contest, whether you approve of the government or disapprove. There is, of course, the chance that this is rejected, and then the current constitution drawn up under Pinochet remains. I mean, that's in theory, although that could also change, but it's a very delicate and new process that many countries worldwide haven't faced in recent history. Do you think Gillian's feel like the constitution needs to be rewritten? Certainly, I mean, from speaking to people, as I say, that the current one was drawn up during the military dictatorship, although heavily revised since. So there was broad broad support for when this idea was presented now there is a sense that there's a decline in support for the redrafting process, partly because of the way it's sort of taking place right. It's a very democratic process. It's very transparent. But there is a sense that the minute the S is will outweigh the nose. They're joining us from Chile, thank you very much. It's almost 1220 here in London. You are with the briefing. Let's continue then with some of today's newspapers with a journalist and broadcast to Juliet Lin Li Julia joins us from our newsroom in Zürich, how are you today? Hello Marcus all well here. Thank you. It's so nice to hear your voice here on Monaco 24. Shall we start by talking about the Pope and Ukraine and what courier de la Sierra is saying about all this? Absolutely. So at the Vatican Pope watchers have been busying themselves analyzing that very interview that Francis gave this week in which he said he'd be ready to go to Moscow to meet Putin. Now, the Pope has been very vocal in his calls for peace since invasion of Ukraine, but he's also walking Marcus a very fine political and spiritual tightrope if you want. And it's admittedly not easy. So far he's failing to end the war despite a lot of Vatican diplomatic efforts on multiple fronts. He did try to call for an Easter truce, but that didn't come about. He tried saying he'd be willing to go to Kyiv to help peace efforts at some point, and now in this interview he did say, well, the time now isn't right. So will he go to Moscow markets? Don't hold your breath, particularly. Because in this recent interview, he spoke rather poorly of the head of the Russian Orthodox Church patriarch kirill, with whom the Catholic Church is trying to improve relations. So in fact, Francis said the patriarch quote can not lower himself to become Vladimir Putin's altar boy. Now that's a low blow and a veiled reference to curio's refusal to call the Ukraine war anything other than a justified special military operation and is continued support of Putin. So a Russian Orthodox Church spokesman today came back saying the Pope's words were regrettable and unlikely to contribute to dialog and markets at the same time as John Francois is today reporting just now from Brussels at the European Commission is mulling slapping sanctions on kyrill for being a long-standing Putin ally. That news was dismissed by the patriarchs press office as nonsense because religious leaders shouldn't face sanctions, but let's see if they do go ahead. Either way, markets its turbulent times between Brussels, Rome, Moscow, but going back to the diplomatic balancing act the pontiff is trying to execute as one observer put it. Let me just wrap with this, said bear in mind that the word pontiff comes from Ponte bridge and his supporters say it's Francis job to keep channels open and to try to bridge the divides that are currently tearing apart Ukraine and Russia, no matter how great a challenge that may be. Are you optimistic at all that the Pope could play some kind of a role when it comes to international diplomacy in this situation? Perhaps some kind of a role as opposed to a key life-changing role. I mean, certainly the Vatican likes to emphasize it's their soft diplomacy that brings about results. Let's see. Let's see. Indeed, let's continue then with some news from the ticino local press. Swiss diplomacy and the upcoming Ukraine reform conference. Yes, the media and Italian speaking Switzerland are focusing today on the possibility that valor de mer zelensky might be coming to lugano in a couple of months together with possibly Boris Johnson, Mario Draghi, and of course the Swiss president in yato cassis. Lugano is his hometown. And at the beginning of July, the Swiss are hosting a long planned conference on Ukraine. Now, when it was organized, the focus was to be on reforms for foreign investment, just when the country was coming into its own in a certain economic sense and in certain sectors,.
"boris has" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Sorry, sorry, reds. I guess the rockies are out there too, although that is a park effect. And this is based on stuff at Cameron has a whole model that's just based on the characteristics of the pitches, not the outcomes, but how fast is it? What's the release point how much does it move that sort of thing? So it's not just the results. In fact, it's not at all the results. It's just do pitchers have better stuff when they leave this team or go to that team and maybe that's a change in pitch selection. Maybe it's a change in pitch quality, maybe it's a combination of both, but that perception that pitchers do just seem to get better when they go to the race or get worse after leaving the race. It is borne out by these numbers and it's also the other teams that you would expect that are kind of at the forefront of pitch design or this tech driven progressive player development. It's just, it's almost surprising to see how unsurprising the results are. Yeah, you know, these teams develop reputations, positive reputations for reason. And I think one of the things that is always amazing to me about these is how some of the teams that don't change year over year over year over year because you have staff that moves around and teams adapt to what other teams are doing and they start to mimic that in their own player dev and then you have a couple that just year after year after year after year seemed to be really getting the most out of their guys. So yeah, and you'd think that if you had a reputation for doing that, that everyone else would just be able to reverse engineer what it is that they're doing or the pitchers would change teams and you'd ask like, hey, if you were just with the race, what did they tell you? Yeah. You know, because obviously the pitcher is still want to be successful. They don't want to turn into pumpkins when they leave. And so you'd think they'd be willing to share whatever insights they have, or you would hire people from that organization, which the rays have been plundered from a brain drain perspective. Former Reyes executives are running half the teams in baseball. It seems like these days. So you'd think it would be hard to sustain that advantage in apparently not at least for this period that Cameron's measuring. I don't know exactly what sample this is, but it seems to have been persistent at least over the past few years. And this is not like a new thing. I mean, these are the teams that you might have thought of a couple years ago and so you'd think everyone else would have caught up by now, but not necessarily. And he did this for pitchers, not batters. It's harder like there's no equivalent for stuff exactly for batters except I guess exit velocity or launching or that sort of thing. And I think he tried to look into that and it wasn't as clear, easy to do that analysis. But it is very striking. And so I will link to this if you get questions every now and then, you know, like which team is good at development and it's hard to say from the outside sometimes we're not privy to everything that they're doing or not doing, but these are the results at least and they kind of match what you would think. I do wonder, I think we talked about this recently, but I always wonder what stuff like this, you know, there's the obvious player development approach piece of it. And I wonder if part of the effect that we see was stuff like this is, you know, the pro scouting folks being good at identifying pitchers not only who have deficiencies that their player dev would be in a spot to help remedy and sort of course correct, but also whether they are doing any of the work to determine that particular guy is receptive to this kind of feedback versus that guy who's not, you know, and I do wonder sometimes why we don't see players as they shift organizations being able to either carry those gains over or translate their own gains into something actionable for the team that they are joining is like they're like I can't tell you how or why it works. I just know that they told me to do this thing and now I'm better. So I think that I wonder how much of it is good identification of potential new members of the organization not only for their actual underlying pitch characteristics, but for a willingness to sort of buy into a process. So I was wondering about that too. Yeah, and I guess you'd want to validate this to make sure that the results improve too that it's not the stuff throwing harder, but you lose your command or something, but I'm sure there's a correlation there. Anyway, I want to tell you about something I learned this week, which was fascinating to me because I'm always really interested in the roads not taken when it comes to baseball history and sometimes someone will have an idea at some point and for whatever reason it was not adopted at the time. Maybe it was ahead of its time and you wonder the alternate history if they had to actually embrace this and started doing this, how would that have changed the course of history and not just baseball history, there are lots of non baseball history examples of that too, but I wrote that article earlier this week about the idea of limiting the number of pictures on active rosters and I was corresponding a bit about it with an author named Richard hershberger, who has written a lot for saber and done a lot of research and he had a book come out a couple of years ago called strike for the evolution of baseball. He's really an expert in 19th century baseball and how the game evolved and so he was complimentary as the article bit he told me about something that I did not know about, which is that there is an example way back in the 19th century of someone essentially discovering or intuiting the times through the order effect. And trying to put it into use and I think it's a really illustrative example of just the ways that innovation works or doesn't work in baseball and other fields in general because this experiment lasted for about a week until it was summarily ended, but it's really incredible that it happened that early and fascinating to think of what would have happened if they had stuck with it. So I'll give you a little information here and I'll link to all the appropriate citations because Richard sent me some articles from the period. So this was something that happened in 1889 and the starring figure here is John T brush who at the time was the owner of the Indianapolis hoosiers who were a national league club major league national league club at the time. And he later went on to own the Cincinnati reds and part of the Orioles and then most famously owned the New York Giants where he had a lot of success and brush was a very smart operator and I'll link to his saber bio, which has some information about it, although I've got to just read you the end of the first paragraph of his saber bio here. So it says this was written by John sacrament. He says, brush was not well liked by players or the press, quote chicanery is the ozone, which keeps his old frame from snapping, wrote one critic, and dark lantern methods, the food which vitalizes his bodily tissues. So if we translate that into 21st century English, chicanery is the ozone, which keeps his old frame from snapping, wrote one critic, and dark lantern methods, the food which vitalizes his bodily tissues. I'm just shocked to learn that Scott Boris has been alive for such a long time. Yeah, I know, right. He's a portal. Yeah, I don't know what they thought ozone did at that time. Or what they thought an absence of ozone would do, but basically they're saying chicanery was like keeping him alive. He was chicanery was coursing through his bloodstream, basically. And dark lantern methods. He abandoned name. Yeah, it's like the dark web of the early 20th century. I guess, was what he was at too..
"boris has" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Talks with financial institutions to draft a buyout proposal that would be led by domestic investors It's after toshiba shareholders rejected a plan by management to split the conglomerate into two companies Companies spokesperson said that it is still considering options And no decision has been made yet SoftBank is said to be seeking a valuation of at least $60 billion for arm when the chip designer goes public Supposed to say that SoftBank is aiming for a higher amount than it would have received from its failed sale to Nvidia and is poised to a point global sax JPMorgan and Mizuho to lead the loan transaction Philip Morris is working on options to exit the Russian market following the invasion of Ukraine Marlborough cigarette maker says it intends to leave because it's become too complex to the business there for the Boris has already reduced manufacturing of operations suspended marketing canceled product loans in the country Deutsche Bank's wealth management business has stopped accepting new Russian clients living abroad the move follows the German lenders decision to wind down business in Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine Offshore accounts specifically held by wealthy Russian investors have come under scrutiny after the west imposed sanctions on many of them Chinese EV maker neo has posted a fourth quarter earnings miss with a net loss of $336 million in the reporting period Neo has faced intense supply disruption across a number of items like its rivals However it did see revenue jump in the three months ending December rising 49% on the year The rounds 25,000 vehicles delivered And that is your Bloomberg business flash Let's dig into some other movers across the global market smash specifically on commodities looking at iron ore here intraday extending the gap above a $150 You got demand bets outweighing COVID and the mental has proved pretty resilient in the face of activity curves across the nation with the COVID-19 resurgence basically the Chinese government has put in new measures in the past few weeks and sort of throughout all of that The iron ore has been a volatile trade but at the moment looking to extend some of the gains at 840 let's set the board and get to cryptocurrencies as well where we're seeing yes Bitcoin is still quite close to that range just barely about $40,000 The moment at $44,000 $45,000 seen as a key line in the sand here currently up about three tenths of 1% And then equity futures called just around the flat line here It's actually too close to call He.
"boris has" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"The left wing former student activist took 55% of the vote in December's election. Well ahead of his hard right opponent, Jose Antonio cast, who won 44%. It's just the latest win in a recent wave of leftist leaders taking office in Latin America. The region certainly has history when it comes to a resurgent left. A trend that a couple of decades ago, but the likes of Hugo Chavez in power in Venezuela and the kirchners in Argentina. That leftward lean led to big disparities in agendas and outcomes across the continent. The question now is where the latest leftist wave will take it. Covering up Bart is just 36 years old and he said to be Chile's youngest president. He calls himself a libertarian socialist. Michael Reed writes baio, a column on Latin American affairs. He wants to create a kind of European style universal welfare state and he's very much a 21st century leftist with a green agenda of environmental regulation and stress on feminism and gender and racial equality. His victory in the presidential election in December was widely seen as spearheading a new so called pink tide of left wing government in Latin America. And what are some other examples of the pink tide? Well, it began really in 2018. It was the victory of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in Mexico. The victory of the perilous in Argentina, the federal gear, and election victories for the left in Peru and Honduras. Last year, if we look at forward a bit, two left wingers, Gustavo Petro in Colombia and Louisa Nasser Lula da Silva in Brazil are leading the opinion polls ahead of presidential elections in their countries. And then, of course, there is also the issue of the dictatorial left wing presidents of Venezuela and Nicaragua and communist Cuba. And that's why some people argue that Latin America is poised to swing decisively to the left. And what do you make of that argument? It's more complicated than that. The dominant political trend for several years in Latin America has been anti incumbency. In midterm elections last year in Argentina and Mexico, for example, the ruling left of Santa parties lost ground. The left has done well recently, mainly because voters have rejected unpopular right of center governments, which have had to grapple with economic stagnation and then the pandemic. If you look at region wide opinion polls, they don't show that voters have really shifted to the left ideologically. But they do want better public services and think that their countries are governed for the benefit of a privileged few, which other things being equal can't help the left. But historically, there have been big shifts to the left in Latin America. Yes, that's right. The current event are being compared with an earlier so called pink tide in the region, which began with the election of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela in 1998. And it included the likes of Lula and Brazil and Evo Morales in Bolivia and Nestor Kirchner and his wife Christina Fernández de Kirchner in Argentina and then Rafael Correa in Ecuador. These leaders actually differed quite a lot in their political outlook. A former Mexican foreign minister and political scientist wrote at that time that there were two lefts in the region, one which he saw as represented by Lula and the Workers Party in Brazil, the broad front in Uruguay, and the center left consultation correlation in Chile was modern open minded reformist and internationalist. The other Cassini terms was quote nationalist strident and closed minded and came from Latin America's tradition of populism and that left included Chavez ever Morales in Bolivia, the kitchen is in Argentina and Correa in Ecuador. All of whom nationalized businesses and railed against him American imperialism. Today, that earlier distinction of two lefts still holds to an extent, but if anything, there are even more variations among the region's left form leaders than in the past. What's the variation in this pink tide? Well, if to take one example, there are differences in attitudes to democracy and human rights around the world and in the region, Gabriel Boris has criticized human rights abuses in Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and has been very emphatic in denouncing Russia's invasion of Ukraine. On the other hand, Gustavo Petro from Colombia was until recently a fan of Chavez, but now he criticizes Nicolas Maduro, Chavez's successor as Venezuela's president, especially for dependence on fossil fuels because Petro is an environmentalist. Mister Maduro has complained of the emergence of a so called cowardly left that attacks him. And then on Russia, there have been differences as well. The left wing governments of Argentina, Mexico and Peru, or voted for the resolution at the UN General Assembly, condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine. But Venezuela and Nicaragua have been allies and clients of Russia and have held back from condemning it. Mexico has tried to have its tortilla and eat it as it were. Has said he wants to keep good relations with all countries and criticize the censorship of Russian state media by western social networks, but his government did vote for that UN resolution condemning it. But what about on economic issues where the left in Latin America has split most in the past? Earlier wave of leaders such as Chavez and Lula and Morales and Correa, all benefited from a big commodity boom and although commodity prices have risen again recently and obviously the prices of oil and gas and some other commodities spiked since the invasion of Ukraine. The bonanza may be smaller this time. And at the same time, there is a public demand for more social spending after the pandemic. And with interest rates rising, the increased public debt taken on because of the pandemic will be more expensive to service and all that means that there's likely to be less statism and more pragmatism this time around. Not for the law in Mexico is a partial exception is poured money into Pemex, the state owned oil firm. And he's trying to change the constitution to penalize private investors in energy. So it is something of a mixed picture. I mean, what's the overall view? What to make of this current so called Bing tied. What all these leaders have in common is that they see the state as a force for good in some way or another. Perhaps the biggest difference among them is between Gabriel Borat and the rest. And it's a generational difference. For him, the existential issues, a climate change, gender inequality, and the recognition of indigenous communities. But for the older left, represented by Lula, Lopez amino Christina Fernández, or Louis R saint Bolivia, attitudes are defined still more by issues of class and those of the Cold War, anti imperialism, if you like. But despite these differences, there's a lot of fellow feeling among many of the new crop. They talk of working together and in that respect, I think the most significant of them could be loose or simply because of his political experience and the weight of Brazil in the region, but for now, all eyes in the region are on Gabriel Boris and Chile. Michael, thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. We've always suffered verbal and sad physical abuse, but the pandemic obviously heightened that because there was flash points triggers. Claire is a manager at a supermarket in the southeast of England. And this is actually the worst thing. You get used to it, and that shouldn't happen. It can affect you mentally. Obviously, sadly, physically as well, but I think the mental impact can be far worse. Recently, Claire has been making.
"boris has" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"We've got another earnings alert on Pinterest, shares are jumping after it's report Julia Boris has the latest read Julia. Well, Melissa Pinterest bouncing off a 52 week low that had hit today before the market closed. Now it's up about 6% after hours on earnings and revenue that both beat expectations. The company's weak point, though, was its monthly active user numbers instead of gaining the 6 million that analysts expected. It actually lost 10 million monthly active users over the course of the quarter to end with 444 million. That the company did reassure that things are starting to turn around, saying that as of November 2nd, global monthly active users had gained 3 million from the end of the quarter. Also saying the current expectation is that fourth quarter revenue will grow in the high teens percentage range year over year and that non gaap operating expenses will grow in the low teens quarter over quarter. SEO Ben silverman saying quote, our key strategic priorities for 2021 remain anchored in content, pinner experience advertiser success in shopping. We plan to continue investing in these this year. Now the company did say they intend to provide more detail in terms of their outlook on the earnings call that starts at about 45 minutes. We are also of course listening for any mention of their failed deal talks with PayPal or if they're exploring other deals or even ways to grow shopping on the platform that is of course something that PayPal would have enabled. Melissa, Julia, thanks, Julia borstein on Pinterest and the setup was spot on, of course, from Julia, and that is 52 week low heading into this release. And today's session. So Grasso, when you make the stock here. Yeah, so I think it had more to do with the 52 week low, technical bounce, the market, market participants paid more attention to the revenues being up and average revenue per user being up. They should have paid more attention to monthly active users falling even though there's a spin positive spin that the company can put on that. But I still wouldn't be a buyer of this, but you're gonna have to give it a couple of days because it upset and took the street by surprise. So you could see a rally in this for a number of days before it starts to get back to that declining trend that we've seen. All right, as the sole member on the panel actually has a Pinterest page a guy obviously that's you. What did you make of this quarter? And should investors hold out hope that it's going to be a takeout target? Yeah, it's interesting. I think the monthly average average users is a bit of a distraction. I think it's easy to look at that, but I think you're taking the eye off the ball. I mean, earnings growth is there. I get the valuation is rich, but then Nathan says this all the time and I happen to agree with them. I think Pinterest would be a great tuck in play for somebody. You saw what happened on the back of the PayPal news obviously then subsequently sort of some cold water thrown on it, but where there's smoke there's fire. And if it's not PayPal at somebody else, so I think Steve is right in that this stock could probably rally more than people think. It's at a series of lower highs and lower lows since that all time high think in May, but you get, you know, you start getting north of 55 or so, which is not unreasonable given what we've seen, and maybe the stock can break out to the upside. Just curious before we move on to square guy who? Talking for who? I mean, Google, I think I thought you were saying who has a Pinterest page. I think you do. I mean, yeah. I think Apple would be pretty interesting. I think there are a number of sites that could use Pinterest on Walmart. Just in terms of what they can do with their user Walmart, I think I heard somebody say that they all make sense. It's just a question of who's going to pull the trigger. Yeah, that was Tim Seymour with the Walmart chime in. I like that. That's interesting. Yeah. Let's move on to square. Shares the digital payments stock down after its report. The earnings call is now underway. Kate.
"boris has" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Bombardier's well email world series gets underway tonight. The atlanta braves america's team now at the moment taking on the houston astros. The astros defeated the boston. Red sox the ales as the braves took down the almighty dodgers in the. This is an eight win team in the atlanta braves that has made it to the world. Series eddie rosario for the braves has been fantastic. He wins the mvp for the nfl cs And now it's got a lot of intrigue right. This is the first time The braves have been back into the world series since nineteen ninety nine and the astros of course back in two thousand nineteen when they were being on trash cans so now this series gets underway. Tonight six nine the official first pitch on fox With i'm sure joe buck on the call tonight Can the brits do it. Can the braves finish this thing of as you've known for quite some time the rockies are my They are my team. They are my team but the braves are close. Second for me. I've been a fan of the Brace for going on six years now so everybody just call me a bandwagon wagner. Bit scared to come out and say tell that everybody. I all daters on the bandwagon. Well i've been there for a little bit longer than that but i'm taking the braids and six brazen six in this one angel. What are your thoughts Well i grew up in alabama. And i grew about three hours from atlanta. Knew i wasn't really into baseball growing up a ton. But i knew a lot of people that were braves. Fans a lot of chipper jones fan. So i knew the braves are But i do like the brazen this. I've not a fan of the astros as an organization. No i do family in houston though. But yeah i'm gonna go braves raising six to version six. Let's go baby angel. And i agree. We can't be we can't be beaten. We it's been scientifically proven cannot be beaten. The denver nuggets started off the year. Two and now they took on the cleveland cavaliers last night looking to move to three and how to start th year. Here's how it went down. The is mortgage got a good look getting loose. Talk yoka chance to take it on himself. Scott no one can make a shot martins in elaine on what not on the reverse covered her nate and he puts it up at. Boris has sleep on the way back. Gordon for three robards has got birkenau prize. That don't know quarter scott got ahead. Barton's store the turns the quarterback to your kids kitchen but said three onto yokich as it. Does you'll catch the nuggets showed some Braid sponsor down five heading into the fourth quarter. But then the cleveland cleveland cavaliers Who are one to going into this game. The start to pull away score seven points in the fourth quarter nicole. Eeo they raining mvp. Twenty four points nineteen rebounds Michael michael malone and the post game said almost in every time out this from katie windy by the way and takes altitude for the broadcast. Those clips you just heard but Katie wenjie Tweeting out a bit ago about michael malone in the In almost every sideline huddle. He kept saying. Don't turn the ball over. Protect the paint. Protect the pain. Protect the ball. The nuggets gave up fifty six points in the paint and had twenty two turnovers leading the thirty two points so fifty-six plus thirty to eight points out of the ninety nine scored by cleveland. There i mean that is. That's an incredibly difficult Stat line for the nuggets but we will see what they can do. Is they play again tonight. they will take on the utah jazz in utah in utah. Eight o'clock Tip-off on tnt. Tonight for that one as well. Like i said bernie hole is to join us to talk a little bit. More about this Denver nuggets basketball team along the way but as we continue to look around the sports world Did you see tom. Brady's Deal with the fan After his six hundred touchdown throw. Somehow mike evans went and put the ball in the stands. So this guy has it and obviously that is a That's worth quite a bit of money. That's worth quite a bit of money there. This guy ends up giving the paul back. He gives the ball back to one of the people it was. Tom didn't come and get it. It was one of. Tom's guys came over and got it and last night on the monday night. Football when the peyton and eli cast is going on. Tom brady jumped on with them. And tom. jokingly said along the lines of That that fan lost all leverage all negotiation leverage. As soon as he handed up all back he was kidding. Of course but For the six hundred touchdown ball. This fan will be Getting to signed. Let's to sign tom. Brady jerseys assigned mike evans jersey. Game cleats from my kevin's as well Let me see what else here he will get the to signed. Brady jersey's a helmet another site another jersey autographed by evans and evans. Game worn cleats as well as some pass regular season passes for the rest of the year. So i mean he made out pretty pretty okay. He also got like a thousand dollars to their fans shops thousand dollars to the fan store. But even more than that. And i saw that he I saw that. Tom brady caption this on an instagram post. Brady told the manning's that he also promised kennedy did receive one bitcoin which had a value of more than sixty two thousand dollars as of tuesday morning. So all that combined. What do you think you look. I mean did did he get out with eighty five thousand dollars. I'd say so. That's a lot of sports memorabilia. Even if you don't want it you could sell it for a long right. So you get sixty two thousand there right off the bat with that bitcoin. But i i don't know that ball is going to be worth so much money so much money it's going to be. It's going to be in canton right. I mean that's where it's gotta go. But i thought it was interesting. They made the team has also providing a pair of season tickets to kennedy for the remainder of twenty twenty one. All of two thousand twenty two thousand dollars credit to the official team store. I think he made out all right. I have just for the the controversy of it. I wanted to see him. Hold onto that ball. Let's see the tom. How about how bad do.
"boris has" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Laundering by jane. Saif and fraser nelson now. This week we had a cabinet reshuffle. I'm one of the top lines. Miss the fact that michael gov has been charged trying to beef up the leveling up agenda fraser part of the issue at this which burston still sees a key plank of his election message of he hopes. We has domestic. Reform is no one is quite sure what it means. Do you think michael gold can fix us. I think he can fix this one of the things who goes very good that is coming up with theses journalists in the same way. The boris johnson. A journalist this strange thing is that boris has failed to answer zone ezee question. What does leveling up mean..
"boris has" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"About? Who were setting those percentages again. Fivethirtyeight dot com, which should make Silver's website. Yeah, OK, OK. Yeah, yeah. You know, you don't want to believe that there are those question marks, but there are and in look, I'm not. I'm not pulling my hair out on sports radio. What we do is just complain about the inane sometimes and to have the problem of having all these arms. And me, wondering if the parent can go a little deeper. That's why I don't have a Hall of fame status and and all those winds and leading major league teams, But you know, you wonder sometimes, and, uh, Tony LaRussa will will make decisions that not all of us totally understand, but he's the man with the record. The kopeck issue is, uh, is really Intriguing. Well, I mean, it's intriguing is too. I think most of us believe that he'll be in the rotation next year. I mean, that that there would be an upset to me if he wasn't right. Well, that would be the ultimate destination. Sure, yeah, and you know again, what do you do with Dallas cycle since he's owed 18 million next year and 20 year following and I said yesterday, the good news is He has a, uh, investing in his pitch. Best contract investing for 2024. I think has to pitch 320 innings over this season and next, and when you can't get a third inning that's not going to vest so you don't have to worry about paying them Another 20 million as a player option, so right, I mean, I don't know what you do with him. If this is just a one off that he's having a struggling season and We'll get his mind writing his body right and come back and be the old Dallas critical next season. I mean, that's got to be the hope and the belief but who knows? Um, But, yeah, I would think Kopeck is going to be in the rotation next year. No matter And you go from there. Maybe it's Carlos Jordan, who's not here because Scott Boris has got him as a free agent, and they're going to make the most money they can make. And hopefully the White Sox are the ones given him. Give him the pile of money. But, you know, right now, you wouldn't know how that's going to play out, right? Uh yeah. Kopecks got to be a starter next year. Um, but the Dallas kaiko issue. Uh, He not that he's kicked the time to do this. You know, it's not that he was purposely, but it's a hell of a time when you have a Giolito and a lin on the D l because you know, I I thought prior to those guys going on the D l. It's like, okay, What do we just put Lopez in and spell him a Relief spot and let them rest a little more and try to get his head together. But that's not an option now. Renaldo Lopez has been pretty good. Yeah, well, right, right. And and And But now Lopez has to start. Uh, you notice fell relief for the other guys on the I L so it's just not a great time. But as long as we have the bats swinging and swinging hard for the fences You know, we've got Kansas City again today. Dylan cease has been really, really good lately. And you have seen a steady improvement. Yeah, Yeah. We still appreciate that. You're never going to let that go. Are you to Paris Sees what else you need. All right, So right now, Brian right now, Cubs fan, what hurts you more cease or human errors. Or the equal at this point. Well, I mean, ceased was supposedly just to throw in, right, but that's a hell when you're throwing a guy who can throw 100 Plus MPH. I don't like those through it, and I had even when he struggled. Initially, I thought again. You can't coach 100 plus miles an hour, So now he's figured it out. Yeah, And, you know, let's just put that on the field Jed worst moves with because that maybe not a whole host of them, but there's probably half a dozen and that's certainly that that Contreras trade would be right. In that 25%. Yeah. Look, every team has, um There are a couple people here on ESPN 1000. I won't mention names Miller and, uh, Falco that are still upset about tattoos, Junior I've let that go because Yeah, You know, it's It's just one piece in a big puzzle if we had retained him who knows if we would not have made that trade for Quintana to you guys, So there's too many pieces like a comparison? Yeah, yet. He was such a non factor. I forget his name. Um It's like a Jenga game, right? You can't really you can't really say okay? That's as simple as that. And and I get that in, and there was a time where Jimenez was obviously the big winner and he still is really in that trade. But boy ceases getting up there and I know when the season started, Fred and I who are usually on, you know Sundays. Together. We had talked and he was all about Dane done it and he was not about cease and so early on, there was a question. Is this going to pan out and and it wasn't like Fred was reaching? It was kind of like, okay, How is this going to work out, But he has really improved over the season. It's been a pleasure to watch and he is going to be a tremendous asset moving forward. Can you imagine being a Padres fan right now, after their off season and with his junior? Wow, and you know now the night will be a playoff team. And you know it was Larry Rock Child's fault, because he the towels rule didn't work there. I mean, So they launched the pitching coach. I mean it just again, winning the off season and recon. Everyone's celebrating winning now season And yet here, the White Sox are winning the regular season as well. So it's interesting business when everyone else was sitting on their hands for the most part, the Padres we're getting you, Darvish, and we live in dealing with and they were. Really you could argue they they were the most active. That's it as far as money spent and moves made. Yep. For a smaller market. And, Yep, what? That's got that. Yeah. So that's baseball, baby. I mean, you've ever known right? I mean, no, no, You don't know We've got Jesse coming up at 10. We're definitely going to hit him up on Lot of things on the South side. We'll talk about the North side as well. Bears talk. Sure. Why not? I think we're all still wondering. What is going on as far as the old line and how these things going to look, I don't like this, uh, this dead week between preseason and regular season. I'm ready to get it going. Yeah. Gives you too much time to just say that Maggie, and by the way, we have a Twitter poll question right that Where's your confidence level? And Matt Nagy? Now how the hell Yeah. It always play calling, right? Yeah, Don't worry about it. Now worry about the guys calling the place and the place into anti dog. It's interesting because will hit that audio next when we come back from the break, but I I saw something in rain Delay theater that we're gonna play some audio and that will trigger that poll that we have up on ESPN 1000 on Twitter. It's Hanley it. Xander, This is ESPN 1000 on Sunday morning will be taking your calls. 3123323776 remember were available on the APP and on FM on HD two at 100.3. It's ESPN 1000 E S. P. N 1000 goes home for Sports Chicago Sauce. This ball ball is Len KASPER and Darren Jackson. Bring you all the action struck him out with Qatar. McKnight here for pre and post game socks and Royals today at 12 30 on ESPN, 1000 and 100.3.
"boris has" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts
"We're shutting that putin is the the grid provocateur. No i think the problem is. We're marinated in our own propaganda and that includes governor ministers in. Mp's the most of them are absolutely out to lunch on this issue. 'cause what's the talking point you see time and time again when you listened to the british or the us or the european media. We're concerned about the build up of russian troops on the ukrainian border with. They failed to ever mention his that. Russia borders ukraine. So they're they're well within their rights to build up their troops or run drills anywhere In their own territory if if the us would restrict its drills to us territory. I'm sure the would be less tense But obviously as people in washington that would disagree with me on that. Because they'd say that the us is running drills all over the world including along russians border along with nato and that makes the world feel safer so it depends who you believe In in that story but they've twisted this fact making russia sound like it's aggressive Because it's concerned about nato pressed right up and circling russia from the bolt from the baltic states right around eastern europe and now georgia and now the underboss ability ukraine and make really clearly. The possibility of ukraine joining nato is a red line as far as russia's concerned but just very briefly What are your thoughts on comment. That that's even. If they had sunk itch as defender that would not have started More serious conflict. I think it would have been a crisis but it would probably forced some actual diplomacy actual negotiations because at the end of the day russia's war gamed out this to too great detail. They know exactly how it's going to play out. I'm sure nato has done the same. So all of the drills all of the rhetoric all the talking all. the posturing really doesn't amount to much when you come down to it. Both sides do not want anything near a shooting war. It's not in russia's interest certainly not in ukraine's interest and it's definitely not in any european countries interest except maybe those countries that are just far away enough that they won't be directly affected by have a powerful military industrial Base yeah and who can profit heavily off the crisis. I'm not going to go into details but you know we were talking about their aso. Yes okay well. Look we're gonna add with this and just a quick comment about the announcement. That nissan is going to build a new generation of all electric vehicles and sutherland alongside. And you gigafactory from envision vision e. a. s. a. sc at. It's a major vote of confidence in the uk. Partly at are highly skilled. Workers in the northeast. Who said that will. Boss johnson on twitter. So what has nissan announced will they. It's one billion punt Ev electric vehicle hub The world's first e manufacturing ecosystem. What are they talking about. They're they're talking about one hundred thousand nissin electric vehicles a year night. The latest figures that i have in terms of a car assembly in the uk from twenty nine hundred when one point three million cars were assembled in this country We know that the narrative in the wrist zero is that we replace our fossil fuel Car fleet with electric vehicles as quickly as possible. Twenty forty is when the right is when the They're going to stop. selling petrol. Driven cars undergoing to only be able to get electric vehicles. After my question is how could we possibly be replacing the car fleet. If we're only going to be building a hundred thousand electric vehicles year. But i just want to remind everybody. We've mentioned this a couple of times. This report from the global warming policy foundation. This is a an organization which is very much on the global warming side of the argument skeptic side. No they're not. Obviously not on the skeptic side. They are absolutely so they are electrifying. The uk and the won't of engineering. This report is about the state of the electrification of this country. On whether it's actually possible to meet the targets or not and so Electrifying the uk. They made the point that the equivalent energy stored at a conventional car Filled with approximately ten half gallons of gasoline. A navy needs a battery. The wit of at least half ton the production. Those batteries extremely energy intensive includes mining processing huge amounts of copper aluminium and left them and so they're making the point. They made the point of this report of the conversion of the uk. Car fleet would require two hundred percent of the annual global production of cobalt seventy five percent of the annual global production of lithium carbonate at fifty percent more than fifty percent of the annual global production of copper and arrived one hundred percent of the annual global production of some rarest including the neodymium so They're really making the point here that this idea of replacing what we've got is ridiculous because the role materials aren't there to do it and aside from that the electricity generating capacity isn't there stood at aside from that. The charging points aren't there to do it. And if you think of the amount of time that it takes charge a v at the moment and also the limited range of. He's still this point what you have to do to the the motorway network to actually provide the charging capacity For cars traveling Therefore it may be from point of view A good thing for this investment in the north for nissan but from a the ability to travel from the point of view of us on our personal liberty and our ability to travel in vehicles. This is going to have a chilling effect because it is not could be possible to replace The fossil fuel best cars. We have with eve and therefore well. I don't think we're going to be traveling very much in the not too distant future. I mean that's all well and good all those facts. Mike all those facts but central party has decreed chairman. Boris has said no more petrol cars. And we're going all electric by twenty thirty or whatever. So are you saying that central party you sing. The chairman is wrong. I'm saying he's right. I'm saying what he's not telling us at. The moment is that we are not going to be entitled to own a car. That's that's what puna boiled onto because there aren't going to be enough cars to go round so it's only gonna be it's gonna be very much. Soviet model is going to be the chairman. The bureau and his special friends get the nice black cars with batteries. Suv's yes and the rest. Don't get anything flying cars. Maybe ops but not with battery are going to be too. So where the plebs riot again on entree on the train. Yes and the buses right. Yes the electric bus. If you're lucky. Yeah yeah cycling. Yes that's true cycling so you can get to london might take you two days. It's going to be just as quick as an ebay. Yeah probably yes. Probably got on that point. We'll have to leave it for today. Thank you very much for joining us today. Patrick thank you to job roy. For joining us as well. We'll be back at the same time as usual one pm on monday africa weekends and we hope to see them by..
"boris has" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"In some rain. Not today. But Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Right now, the forecast says possible All right. Here's the Here's the plan for today. First hour is wide open. As of now, okay if the president does speak Supposed to at any moment. News conference after meeting with NATO. I hope to carry it. Live the CNN. Some of it, okay. Apparently, they're already like an hour behind on the schedule, so they're not really sure when the president will speak, but I mean it has been. I don't know if a whole heck of a lot has gotten done, but it's been an interesting trip to follow. The president going to the G seven and meeting with the queen and having tea with the queen and walking through the gardens with the queen, meeting with the Queen and Winter Passel Castle in any way, and now going on tonight, NATO and then Wednesday, the big meeting with a Vlad the Impaler. Oh, he's a killer. Boris Johnson was asked if he agreed with Joe Biden is Putin a killer? And Boris has said, How do you like my hair? My hair. Look okay today. Anyway. President, apparently Cramming, Um With a meeting with Putin on Wednesday. And you know, you see a lot of, uh, a lot of scrawls, and they had a lot of headlines that He is meeting or he is a boning up on Putin's tactics. Which leads you to believe? I don't know. I mean, is it substance? Or is it or is it just, You know who's the best chess player here? If it's really just who's the best chess player? I don't know. Well, you know what's the point? But I guess there's a point. What do I know? I means Putin and Biden. What do I know? Anyway. And as of now, still no joint press conference afterwards you call a guy killer. Biden called Putin a killer. I don't know if you really want to stand up with the guy after you met with him in private, and hopefully they're taking notes and Unlike boot, Putin and Putin and Trump, You know, it's just like in secret. Don't really know what the hell happened. But hopefully, you know Biden will have translators and other people in the room of the staff in the room and people taking notes, and it won't be, uh, All the Ah big mystery afterwards anyway. So if the president does step up to the microphone for an expected press conference at any time, following the meetings with their And NATO. We will. We'll go to it. If we can. Okay, first hour, those wide open. You want to jump in. Talk about anything on your mind. Anything that happened to you over the weekend? Anything you think it's really cool that's happening. Or not so cool. That is happening. 505. 4 to 4. 12 60. Anything on your mind? At two o'clock today, We'll talk to Franz Vote and Linda Martinello from Mexico performing our society. They're getting ready to start doing shows. Live shows. The performing Arts Society at two Brian Friedman at 2 30 Today. Brian Friedman is the owner of the Rosewood. In of the Anasazi beautiful hotel downtown. Brian Friedman is the owner. We'll talk to him. Three o'clock today. Alex Streeper in Morris Sack, sir. On the art walk. Santa Fe. And Christina Cordova will be here at 3 30 from New Mexico State Park. Now, every state agency Is involved with The States' efforts. Well, let's just say the Governor's efforts to reach 60% by July one people in Mexico vaccinated And with that we can 100% reopen this thing to Mexico reopened economy. But because we're 40,000 plus short of 60% The push is on. So every state agency is helping in the push. You should help in the push. You're not vaccinated. You're not opposed to it. You're just lazy. Or in the drama. Well, I don't know. It's just too hard, You know. Go do it. Just go do it. You can help. You can send your employees. Get vaccine given time off. You can actually get compensated in tax rebates from the federal government. So we would love love love to get to 60%. But thanks the rate of people getting vaccinated has really slowed down. Get to that in a 2nd 1st of all, nothing really new to report on the Rincon fire up in the Pecos. I know people are concerned about it. It has not exploded into a huge acreage fire. It's in very, very tough terrain, 11,000 plus feet. It is very steep, very rugged, very hard to get to the Lot of the forest up there is dead from insect infestation, mostly the spruce beetle. Kill a lot of trees. Still the Saturday National Forest reporting somewhere over 200 acres. That's the latest still end 0% contain. That's the latest No real structures. A couple old cabins. Maybe you want or to various, Uh, Forest service structures could be in danger, and there's smoke obviously blowing around. Not much we can do about that. You can. Do you know what you can do if you're allergic or sensitive to smoke? And if you need help with that you can email me Richard Santa fe dot com. I'll tell you how to borrow a HEPA filter so Not a lot to not a lot new to report on the Rent con fire, which is the new fire started on Friday. Up in the pay coast We get more will pass it along for sure. It is definitely Fire season all across this state and all across the west, for sure. All right. So here's the deal. We have the vax to the max. Right. You can register to win up to, you know, like five million bucks in cash and all kinds of other sort of great prizes from all kinds of great partners across New Mexico. You can. Also now if you are Going to get your First vaccination shot. You can, you know, pass, Go and collect 100 bucks 100 bunkers just for getting a shot in the arm. So Take advantage of that. Mean if you're still waiting, and then the mayor said on Friday, he said, the old people the old people are are getting vaccinated..
"boris has" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"For the O. Reilly update message of the day President Biden's first foreign trip. Eight days. Lots of stuff going on. Today, Mr Biden meets with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London. Courtesy call Old Boris has no international power or even influence. Then. On June 11 tomorrow and the next day, the 12th. The president will attend the G seven summit in Cornwall, England. Very nice town on the bay there. And I guess the G summit people will talk about food. The economy somewhere. What? I'm not sure what they'll talk about. Remember it used to be the G eight. But they kicked Putin out. Because Russia is so obnoxious and causing so much trouble. So Putin Got the boot and it's now G seven. So there's nothing wrong with having these meetings. Um they all bloviate and I don't know what's accomplished there. And if anything is I will report it accurately. Then on June 13th, Mr Biden and the first lady will meet with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle outside of London. Another photo op, although the queen can get kind of feisty, but I don't expect Any kind of negativity. Actually, the queen like Donald Trump. It was an interesting dynamic there, and the reason she did was that Donald Trump's mother? Was a huge fan of the royal family because she was born in Scotland. And people don't know this, but that was the basis of President Trump and Queen Elizabeth's rapport. But This is fine. I mean, as long as uh Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Don't crash it. I don't think they will. That's this is a Problem with the president of the United States meeting with the queen. It's It's fine. I mean, this is called diplomacy. By the way, there is no American ambassador in in England yet I haven't been appointed. That's a big job. He or she. I think it might be a shoe this time around. Okay. So after England, then President Biden goes to Brussels, Belgium, one of the most boring cities in Europe to meet with the NATO allies. So you may remember that the NATO chiefs did not like President Trump because Trump demanded that NATO countries pay a What they agreed to pay for the military alliance. And countries like Germany weren't hang up. And Trump embarrassed them, so they didn't like trump. They're going to love Biden because Biden is not going to insist. That NATO pay what they said they would pay. He's simply not going to do that. All right. Then, after NATO he meets with the European Union again. I have no idea what that's going to be about. I'd probably fall asleep. But then the last day Biden meets with Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. First of all great town. Geneva is a great town now. Putin. He's not going to cause a scene. But Putin is a cold blooded killer. As I told Donald Trump In my last formal interview with him. Putin's a bad man. But That one. I'll pay attention to. I'm Bill O Reilly. I approve that message by actually writing it. For more honest news analysis, please. San Francisco I'm back Bill O Reilly here and I'll have the O. Reilly update for you at the end of this hour on 8 60 am the answer. Mike Gallagher calls China to the map. Maybe China is going to have to Own.
"boris has" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
"President biden's first foreign trip eight days. Lots of stuff going on today. Mr biden meets with british prime minister. Boris johnson in london. Courtesy call old. Boris has no international power or even influence then on june eleven tomorrow and the next day the twelfth the president will attend the g seven. Summit in cornwall england. Very nice town on the bay there. And i guess the g. summit people will talk about to the economy somewhere. What i'm not sure what they'll talk about remember. It used to be the g. Eight but they kicked putin out because russia is so obnoxious and causing so much trouble so putin got the booth and it's now g seven so there's nothing wrong with having these meetings day all bloviating and i don't know what's accomplish there and if anything is i will report it accurately then on june thirteenth. Mr biden and the first lady will meet with queen elizabeth at windsor castle. Outside of london another photo op. All the queen can get kind of feisty. But i don't expect any kind of negativity actually the queen like donald trump. It was an interesting dynamic. There and the reason she did was donald. Trump's mother was a huge fan of the royal family because she was born in scotland and people know this but that was the basis of president trump in queen elizabeth's rapport. But this is fine. I mean as long as prince. Harry and meghan markle. Don't crash it. i don't think they will. That's this other problem with the president of the united states meeting with the queen. It's it's fine. I mean this is called diplomacy by the way there is no american ambassador in england yet hasn't been appointed. It's a big job. He or she think it might be a she this time around. Okay so after england then. President biden goes to brussels belgium. One of the most boring cities in europe. To meet with the nato ally is so you may remember that nato chiefs did not like president trump because he demanded that nato countries pay what they agreed to pay for the military alliance and countries like germany weren't paying up and trump embarrassed them so they didn't like trump. they're gonna love biden. Biggest biden is not going to insist that nato pay what they said they would pay. He simply not going to do that all right. Then after nato he meets with the european union again. I have no idea what that's going to be about. I'd probably fall asleep. But then the last day biden meets with putin in geneva switzerland first of all great town geneva greytown now putin. He's not caused a scene. But putin is a cold blooded killer as i told donald trump in my last formal interview with him Putin's a bad man. But that one i'll pay attention to. I'm bill o'reilly. I approve that message by actually writing for more honest news analysis. Please visit bill. O'reilly dot com. Check out my new book killing them. Odd number one in a moment something. You might not know now. The o'reilly update brings you. Something you might not know on this day in one thousand nine thirty five. A man named bill wilson stockbroker from new york was on a business trip in akron ohio. The man had been battling alcohol addiction for years. Feeling the temptation to drink on the road. Wilson used a phone book to find a local church. That ultimately led him to dr bob smith a former alcoholic. They developed an approach to treating alcohol abuse. That would rely on help from fellow addicts. The organization would become alcoholics anonymous. One of the most successful public health initiatives in us history despite major problems with substance abuse. Alcohol remains one of the biggest industries in the usa generating more than two hundred and fifty billion dollars last year alone. About sixty five percent of adults consider themselves regular alcohol drinkers averaging about five beverages a week. The typical american consumes two gallons of hard liquor every year but the actual number varies by age younger americans enjoying cocktails more than their parents. The most popular spirits last year vodka and bourbon. All the booze has major consequences on the health of this nation. Economists say alcohol abuse causes two fifty billion dollars in lost productivity incarceration premature death hospitalization. The us department of labor reports fifty percent of all on the job accidents are alcohol related. But it's not entirely bad news. Doctor say drinking a glass of wine every three days or so can lower blood pressure reduce brain damage following a stroke and provide a good source of anti oxidants. But you can get those elsewhere teen. Drinking is on the decline. That's good news as well. Fifteen percent of high school seniors say. They've been drunk in the last month. That number was twenty five percent a decade ago but the reason for that is pot while teams may be drinking less. The percentage of young people consuming marijuana on a daily basis is way up and that combined with alcohol will make the younger generation very steady back after this. Thank you for listening to the riley update. I am bill o'reilly no spin just facts and always looking out for you..
"boris has" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"Background. The chance they exchequer the home secretary to name brought to. I'm talking about black people specifically. Because i do think it's quite important not to lump everyone from non white backgrounds together because obviously asian people for example face prejudice to you but it might be different prejudice to that faced by black people sixty two percent for example of jesus people's from indian backgrounds strong parts an english mass twenty seven percent black caribbean. You're three times as likely to be stopped and searched if you're black than if you're asian so that's why i was specifically asking about how many black people there are in the current cabinet. Well the to have sat in with Boris johnson is prime minister all the two most diverse cabinets. I've ever sat. well. I think the boris johnson has got a very good record on this and it brings people in an listens to a diversity of views and its diversity of thought. That's the really important thing when you taking those big decisions around the cabinet table saying that people from black background shouldn't really worry that there aren't any. There isn't a single person from that background at the cabinet table because he thought yeah several diverse thoughts in their this first one. There's a whole series of people. How many black people in the cabinet was the whole series of people from black and ethnic minority community with know the whole series. Do yeah because there are only two and neither of them were black. So and then he goes onto mall tokenism. This is the most diverse two of the most diverse cabinet. I've ever seen it doesn't say much. The tory party's existed for hundred twenty years. Something like that and this is these are the most diverse get. Some of my cabinets are very diverse. Doesn't actually say much for previous cabinets and know. Boris johnson does not have a good record on this talk about us. So we've seen to even say it's it's like yeah. I understand why he felt the need to lie when questioned whether people would for by but then to go that far and suggest that. Boris has a good rick record. Why out there. Who who is he. Appealing to hang. Engine yeah i mean the thing about sophie. Virginia question is is really well thought out. Well put because it just kind of goodwill. It isn't about you just because you've got to a people of beim group and in fact the the contribution gladly to the problem of institutional racism racism which the government report says the risen on. What they what they did was do away with the description of blackened ethic just did away with that. You can't have now that they've done away with it because that's the problem that's the equivalent of you know that problem with the brakes in the car. Where the like. He's coming on to indicate the break. We'll fix it. We'll fix it we'll just typed over it. That's the problem is still there. They've just taken away..
"boris has" Discussed on Liminal Podcast
"We have roadmap with coming out of this goddamn mess. Well yeah we all. But i take everything that mr boris johnson says with a very large teaspoon of so so yes we are on the road to coming out of this supposedly but i will eat my hat if every single one of those dates that he announced actually happens when he said it would think that's a wise way to look at it is kind best case scenario and if the last year towards anything so many of those so keep that mindset. I think yeah absolutely about regardless of any of these announcements that boris has been making. We still have a very exciting show for you today. So this week we are chatting to the author of did dorey journal of soon be first time dot and our guest today wrote this journal as a almost like a a message to his unborn. Child is an unfiltered irreverently. Funny honest heartfelt account of one man's journey to fatherhood as he contemplates his new identity as a daddy. I'm prepares for the responsibility of a lifetime. And we've got something very exciting connected to this week's guest the choice gonna talk to us about now. Yes if you sign while mainly list we're going to give away a free. E book audiobook version of the dory as well as that if you share the episode on social media. We're also going to be way. Signed copy will announce those winners at the end of.