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"brendan byrne" Discussed on Amanpour
"The disease first and foremost. What people need to understand is that there is global cooperation when you look at most of the G. Twenty countries so Europeans have come together with W. H. O. With countries from the South and created this act a accelerator but the US is missing at the table and that is a tragedy for the world and one of the things we know is that, for instance, if the first set of vaccine doses, the first two, billion doses, there's good modeling that says if it only goes to rich world countries you're going. To have twice as much death around the world. So the US needs to be at that table and it's not right now and that is a tragedy for everybody. What do you think it'll mean if the US is not at the table in terms of of who will get the vaccine when and if it means, we're GONNA see far more death around the world twice as much death because when a vaccine is available, who should it go to I? It should go to the healthcare workers all over the world i. And so that is yes in the US in Europe but it's healthcare workers in all these countries in Africa and India because they're the ones who take care of us and take care of everybody else and think about it. Seventy percent of healthcare workers are also women. So having the US not at the table, not participating not adding money for the rest of the world and helping with this plan for. Distribution means we're going to see more death and disability And that is really a tragedy I. Wonder how worried you are about these staggering statistics that we're seeing of such small percentages relatively of people in the most developed parts of the world the United States even Europe saying that they'd be willing to take a vaccine when and if one is actually delivered anytime soon. It's incredibly disappointing because what we're seeing is twenty five years of gains in vaccinations has been erased in twenty five weeks. The drop in vaccination rates is profound moms and dads all over the world. Tell me what I see them standing in line to health clinic and I say, why are here they say for vaccines for my children and you've asked them how far what they did to get there they wrote a bus, they walked fifteen kilometers, vaccines, save lives in. So we have to get through this time of disinformation. We will have at some point a safe and efficacious vaccine and I think once it starts to be delivered and people start to see other people. Taking it and being able to go back on with their normal daily life. Then you'll see the vaccination rates start to rise again, but it's it's terrible. What's gone on? What happens is all about modeling I guess what happens you talked about the truth it's important to get the truth out there when the president of the United States is we now know from the Bob Woodward book admits to Bob Woodward this is a deadly pandemic it's airborne all of that stuff but in public says that it's a miracle, it'll go away you know etcetera etcetera etcetera and as he himself he's doubled down says, yeah of course I played it down I don't want to cause panic. What does that lack of transparency all that that? What does that dude? You think the public who are looking for answers? I think we've gotten our answer in public. We we know there has been a complete lack of leadership. We know that there is not a national testing and contact tracing plan and you can look at the deaths in the United States and you can say the reason those numbers are as high as they are particularly percentage wise compared to other countries is because of that lack of leadership. We know families make good decisions with facts and with the right information and the United States deserves to have leadership that is honest with the American people and that is not what we have had and it's caused more illness and it's caused more deaths in our own country Melinda Gates. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me Christiane. We'd really at a turning point and now of course to America's reckoning with racial injustice Dr. Eddie Cloud, junior is the chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University, his latest book beginning again, James Baldwin's America and it's urgent lessons for our own I'm lies is the current moment in the context of one of America's greatest writers ask what we can learn from Baldwin's own struggle, and he tells Walter Isaacson why America must confront the lies tells itself about being a quote redeem AH NATION Thanks Christiane in Professor Glide welcome to the show it's my pleasure. You know this book is incredibly time on James Baldwin, and when you started, you probably did not know how timely it was going to be. What did you undertake this project? You, know in some ways I had to deal with despair and disillusionment you know I had. I didn't believe the country would would choose Donald Trump. And I watched it happen. And then I watched the hyper partisanship evidence itself in very specific ways and how the ugliness. Of Race and racism. was, beginning to overwhelm. And so I had to I had to find resources Walter for myself to how to pick up the pieces and begin again because it looked as if at least as I sat down to write the book two years ago as if the country was doing it again. that it was turning its back on the possibility of being otherwise. and I had to find some resources and Jimi was was that resource. Baldwin talks about the temptation of despair, which is what you'd just raise. How did it help you to prevent yourself from free falling into despair? Well you know I mean there's there. You know he actually at one point he described his spirits elegant elegant despair that you have to turn to. The reality of those you love. The future that you that you hope for that she pray for. And you have to figure out a way to replenish. To find the resources in yourself to begin to To to begin again. and. So it was kind of rummaging through what he calls the ruins rummaging through his writing. that I that I was able to to to find resources to to put pen to pad and to write my way out of kind of despair. So it was the work actually sounds Carlisle Ian designate. On Difficult I. Mean. It sounds like you know he writes at the Messi -ness of our story alive reflects the Messi News of our interior lot was a difficult for you to have to dig into your own emotional life. Oh absolutely. Baltin is an exacting companion..
"brendan byrne" Discussed on Amanpour
"We're not going to succeed together protecting. Californians. It'll start getting cooler. You just watch I. Wish Science. I don't think signs knows actually. So that was the wildfire crisis and it comes as he also doubt on Corona Virus Science. The Pew Research Center Today Report America's standing overseas has plummeted over its corona virus response. So perhaps, the president and his allies can take a breather from the country's juuling crises amid A. White House ceremony marking the normalization of ties between Israel and two of its regional Arab neighbors Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. We're here this afternoon to change the course of history after decades of division and conflict we marked the dawn of a new middle. East thanks to the great courage of the leaders of these three countries. We take a major stride toward a future in which people of all faiths and backgrounds live in peace and prosperity. Now my first guest tonight Michael Anton has worked closely with President trump as a former national security council spokesman. His new book is called the stakes and he joins me now from the White House where he was invited to witness that ceremony we have just seen. Michael Anton Welcome to the program on. You must be reading a little bit of a sigh of relief because here's a spotlight on something that's being portrayed as a success and that has received some. Kudos, just tell me what you think. This signing ceremony will do what is big big meaning to you right now. Well. It's the first normalization of relations between Israel and an Arab state in a quarter century and it's not just one but it's to Arab states in the span of a month although to be realistic these things take much more time than a month to to work through I. Think it means a lot of things for regional cooperation economic cooperation in the middle. East it means a lot. It has a lot to do with. This emerging anti Iran alliance that has brought the Arab states and Israel closer together because they both have the same concern and it's possible that this could be a real milestone toward achieving peace between Israel and the Palestinians. There's sort of two views of how you approach that as a negotiator from the outside and the old way which presidents of both parties tried was get to direct talks between Israel. And the Palestinians early and often, and this way is what happens if we talked to the Arab states around the Palestinians everybody knows that a final deal can't really be made without the support of the Arab states who will need to legitimize it who need to encourage the Palestinians diplomatically, and frankly will will need to pledge some economic and other types of aid to prop up a Palestinian state. So When when these very powerful, rich and influential of states make deal with Israel I. Think you see peace between Israel and the Palestinians more and not less likely. Now in no one can say win this I've been an open and very very. Challenging issue for a half century or more but I think we've taken a step in the right direction with this deal. So to be fair I mean it's interesting. You mentioned the is because almost nobody on that platform did and then not invited to the ceremony today and they broken off relations with the US as you know better than I do over the issue of Jerusalem, etc on. Some have suggested as you know, also, the UAE in Bahrain never had any war with Israel. So it's not really a peace agreement is more of a normalization. It's race is yeah. Great for Israel to feel that it is more surrounded by friends rather than enemies in the region. Some have suggested now that the Arabs if they are table with Israel if they increasingly normalized relations, they will be able to put the Palestinian case more emphatically with Israel rather than Israel being outside. Do you foresee that being a possibility I? Expect that, and if I recall correctly, the Foreign Minister of the his remarks did mention the Palestinians at the ceremony just now I. Think you're right that they will probably try to the PA- I at least I hope you're right. I think that when the president recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, he only stated reality on the ground there was zero point zero chance that in a final status negotiation, Israel was going to move its capital by recognizing that reality he was trying to move the process forward so that that the Parties could talk about the core issues that really still divided them in between them I. Think the Palestinian leadership did their people a disservice by walking away from those talks I expected or hoped at the time that that walking away would be temporary maybe it would last month. So weeks or months, and that temperatures would cool and people would come back and stop talking. It's now been by my count about almost three years if I have that right and those talks haven't been taking place I don't think that that's constructive. For the Palestinian people and I hope that this ceremony today, the reality that underlies this ceremony will begin to change minds on that point for all for all parties concerned. Well, it will be interesting and wish sure that there will be more Arab states joining as the president said in his own sources say but on the Palestinian issue as you know, nobody expected Israel to move its capital from Jerusalem. But under international agreements, it's meant to be shed in the finals a final peace agreement on the of the most. Well look the movement of the United States. Embassy into Jerusalem does not in any way a pre prejudge any kind of final status all final status questions that you're talking about were still open when the president made that announcement and they're still open now right and you know sadly for jared. Kushner, who so hard on a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians that hasn't actually come to fruition now, I want to ask you this you. Know Prime Minister Benjamin. Netanyahu today said, let's not be cynical. Let's look towards the future and towards hope and peace. So we've already established that that the Palestinians piece hasn't been addressed yet and the countries who went into this deal now, the UAE Bahrain while certainly backed by Saudi. Arabia you have been at war against Yemen there's no mention. Of Yemen as you know, thousands of Yemenis killed by that a US supported campaigned against Yemen. When do you see that leading I? Mean you know that Washington, where you are right now is Saudi Arabia and the you're not very well thought of, in Congress, because of this war. Well, I can tell you who thought even less of in Congress and that's ran. We move. You didn't mention in this context, but we haven't is that Iran is the big foreign driver of the Yemeni war and Rans. Actions destabilizing and destructive actions in the middle. East is as I said earlier and I will repeat I think it's an important point are a big part of the reason why these Arab states are willing to normalize relations have closer cooperation with Israel because they recognize a common threat and a common interest. So the Yemeni problem is is fundamentally in Iran problem and this is one of the reason why the president has been so tough on Iran in sanctioning Iran in.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"That's good way. Got him in midnights in your I was the problem. All right, let's go through areas Marios and Mama at the junction on New Jersey one on 1.5, a Mario Steve, How are you doing? Good. How are you? I'm doing well, family. Everybody's well, I'm right here. It's a load ahead. If I was to hear about your number one voter Hey, come on A sortie. Ah! Make sure you go ahead, throw their voting red investors tell other people throw me a vote. They go that I shouldn't do. But you know what's funny If I was a Democrat, I both you and bow three times over again. You don't vote early and often. Ah, I'm not a Democrat, either, though. No, these are legalized marijuana. My wife said he's gonna blow for you See that, Okay? See that you could come by to get a raffle ticket though. There you go. You got Mrs Marry? Oh, voting for you. Yeah. What is your category? Work on what New Jersey All right ads go in New Jersey. Okay. Oh, technical difficulties together. They actually put these should be the questions on paper. May I wound up smoking? Where did roll this's what tribute will be like of marijuana gets legalized People watch All right, Okay. Named former governor of New Jersey, whom the inside centre used to be named after Hey. Jim McGreevey. Be Jon Corzine. Steve Brendan Byrne. Di Richard use I think I want to go with Brenda. Bernard. Yeah, I think I.
NASA to launch mission to Mars
"NASA spacecraft bound for Mars launches from Florida Today. It's one of three missions taking off this summer. While Mars and the Earth are in a favorable orbit. The new U. S mission is carrying something unusual for a spacecraft a microphone. From member station W O M F E Brendan Byrne tells you about it from Hiss. When the perseverance Rover lands on Mars in February, it will unpack a suite of scientific experiments to help uncover ancient signs of life on the red Planet. High tech cameras, spectrometers sensors, and this is the voice of Roger. Weeks speaking to you through the bars microphone on super Camp. Roger Weans is the principal investigator of the rover super Camp, a slew of instruments, including a camera, laser and spectrometer that will examine the rocks and soil of Mars for organic compounds, a hint that there might be further evidence of past life. Tucked away inside the super cam is the Mars microphone. And so what is there to listen to anything interesting? First of all on Mars, and so we should hear wind sounds. We should hear sounds of the rover. We might hear things that we never expected to hear. And so that's going to be interesting to find out. The Mike will also listen as perseverance is on board laser blasts nearby rocks, you might think we're going to hear like you. But you probably won't University of Central Florida Planetary scientists Addie Dove says the sounds of Martian rock blast will help scientists determined if they might contain organic material evidence of life on Mars. But it will actually sound more like this. Microphones on spacecraft are quite rare, really, because there's not much to here in space for sound waves to travel. You need an atmosphere sort of like a slinky, right compressed the sound waves in between the source and your ear drums. And then they make your ear drums reverberate. That's how we hear sound. Still, spacecraft microphones have been used before. NASA's insight. Mars Lander caught a snippet of sound capturing wind vibrations from two of its sensors, not exactly microphones. The observation was a surprise to mission managers. Engineers converted the vibrations into sound, speeding it up and shifting the frequency up by 100 times for our ears to hearing planetary society, says hearing things from another world would help build public support for space missions. For decades, The organization has lobbied for microphones on spacecraft, but those efforts have fallen short for technical reasons or lack of funding. So what will Mars actually sound like? That's still a mystery. The atmosphere of Mars is far less dense than Earth's and made up of mostly carbon dioxide. That's going to change the way sound works on Mars, says Weans. You could not hear somebody scream from a block away on Mars. On DSO. That's just that's life on Mars. But what we what we will be able to hear is our things that are close up, and it's going to still give us just a whole new world of information from this new sense that we will have on Mars. The Mike can also listen for mechanical issues as the rover moves across its landing site, Jezreel Crater. It's like when you're driving your car, and here a strange rattling sound. You know, it's time to take it to a mechanic. For NPR
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts will venture outside the international space station on a spacewalk. They'll upgrade the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. After it's Bob Banking and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Restaurants have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with the U. S
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts are scheduled to conduct a spacewalk this morning from member station W O M. F E Brendan Byrne reports that their mission is to upgrade the international space station's power grid. After it's Bob Banchan and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Astronauts have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with a US
SpaceX set to launch two NASA astronauts to space station
"In a matter of hours SpaceX could be making history as the first private company to help NASA send humans into orbit from member station WMFE in Orlando here's Brendan Byrne NASA's bother banking and Doug Hurley are set to rights SpaceX's crew dragon capsule to the international space station launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida it's the first time NASA astronauts are flying on a commercially designed and built vehicle NASA has given SpaceX the final go for launch after completing critical engineering reviews and conducting a dress rehearsal of launch day the one thing that could stand in the way of a successful liftoff is whether Air Force forecasters say there's a chance of rain and clouds at the launch site could scrub the
"brendan byrne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To be exact that's going to be in your way until midnight tonight delays there are back to the Bronx river parkway our next date is in less than ten minutes on WCBS let's get the five day forecast then here's meteorologist Frank straight tonight we'll have mostly cloudy skies for most though it's a nice evening however stray showers will be passing by north of the city showers become more widespread effect much of the area after the dental B. fifty four bit down there tomorrow what's going to be another war one with a mix of clouds and sunshine will reach seventy eight joy that because we won't reach the seventies again for several days product will be cloudy storm passing by to the south brings area south of the city so brain a little rain can get into the city the reason or likely stay dry low fifty four again the bodies would be when he does the cooter will have clouds and sun with a stray afternoon showers sixty four for the high in mid town Tuesday will have a mix of clouds and sun with a high about sixty four again but even colder for Wednesday into Thursday both X. we mostly cloudy with a shower around high fifty eight Wednesday and sixty on Thursday it's too bad building clouds to the west of us to block the sun set but it is still very pretty out there and the temperature in Central Park seventy one degrees it's sixty five in Greenlawn sixty nine over granite chin seventy one in Forest Hills W. CBS news time seven fifty there may be a little extra mint if you're a fan of the official drink of the Kentucky Derby from what he does other things like that you know those mint juleps are so popular for the Kentucky Derby since the real races postponed over the coronavirus the farm that usually supply cement for the drinks got stuck with a surplus that's a two toned surplus that's enough for one hundred twenty seven thousand mint juleps this year the derby set for today is currently scheduled for the first Saturday in September no word on what's going to happen to all of that meant Alison Keyes CBS news Bruce Springsteen's newest release will support coronavirus relief efforts in the garden state Brendan Byrne nineteen eighty one was recorded on the last night of the bosses arena opening six show run at the former Brendan Byrne arena in the meadow lands that includes the debut of his cover of Tom Waits is Jersey girl the albums available on Springsteen's official website in a variety of formats all sales.
NASA to launch first crewed mission from US in decade
"NASA's been waiting nearly a decade to be able to launch a human crew back into space from the United States that could all change soon with member station W. M. F. ET Brendan Byrne reports NASA and SpaceX have set a date on may twenty seventh NASA and SpaceX say they will launch veteran astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley from Kennedy Space Center to the international space station it's the first human test mission for NASA's commercial crew program a six billion dollar partnership with private companies SpaceX and Boeing to ferry astronauts to the ISS SpaceX's falcon nine successfully launched an uncrewed capsule to the space station last year since the end of the shuttle program NASA has relied on the Russian space agency for rights to the station and uncrewed test mission of Boeing's astronaut capsule failed back in December the company says it will try once more before attempting to launch
"brendan byrne" Discussed on KOMO
"What he said in a letter to the nation's governors and we're heading into the final stretch of March it's going to be a damp turn here we're gonna see rain at times cool temperatures and that means lowering snow levels over the passes this weekend all the rest of the forecast coming up next Brendan Byrne state here from Seattle five I wanted to extend a special thanks to our work out we sponsor nature's market they have a huge selection of organic natural food options including their organic grass fed beef and pork home grown right here in this gadget valley and of course they have a knowledgeable staff ready to answer all your questions this week twenty five percent off all CBD products then thirty percent off all nature's market supplements check out nature's market cap dot com or come talk to they're knowledgeable staff at the store nature's market in Kent when it comes to homeownership and the ins and outs of real estate or YouTube did street talked with Chris stayed nine AM Sundays on komo news with the new to the pavement of our northwest stomping grounds street talk with Chris Stevens a panel of industry insiders there to take your calls and give you the what's what in the mortgage industry this week Laura keel sits in bringing her expertise on reverse mortgages straight talk with Chris Davis nine AM Sundays on komo news warning signs of a foundation problem can lead to expensive repairs down the road so if you have windows that stick towards the jam walls the crack or even floors called match day hi I'm Matthew Kotte with matinee.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on KOMO
"Gate the earlier crash we were watching on westbound ninety just before one hundred fiftieth Avenue that has been cleared and traffic is moving through once again our next call traffic at eight fifty four the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk calmer weather good evening arts Sanders mostly clear tonight lows in the mid thirties tomorrow mostly sunny highs in the lower sixties partly sunny Sunday lower sixties Monday cloudy with a chance of rain in the morning rain at times by afternoon highs around fifty Tuesday mostly cloudy chance of showers the morning showers likely by afternoon with five fifty partly sunny on Wednesday chance of showers in the afternoon lower fifties Thursday mostly cloudy chance of rain fifty degrees Friday rain likely in the morning rain at times by afternoon high fifty overnight lows around forty that's your latest weather from the Carmel forecast team Brendan Byrne state here from Seattle five I wanted to extend a special thanks to our work out we sponsor nature's market they have a huge selection of organic and natural food options including their organic grass fed beef and pork home grown right here in this gadget valley and of course they have a knowledgeable staff ready to answer all your questions this week twenty five percent off all CBD products M. thirty percent off all nature's market supplements check out nature's market cap dot com or come talk to they're knowledgeable staff at the store nature's market being chant at Thai court title peace of mind and happy clients that's what they're all about Susan from Bellevue wrote Thai court title and escrow is my go to for title escrow closings and questions in my business.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Now all in their thirties mountain had moved to where Almasy site and Sarah Garrison Brandon May Chin remained in Sheffield. Sara lived in a semi detached property on Greg House. Road in Shaya Green and Brendan Byrne Grieve Road nearly three miles away so he was a regular fixture at his sisters hyme arriving seven. Am daily supporting. Sarah with her six children doing the school run and helping around the house often making cups of tea bowl. Appearances Brandon was very supportive brother on on dunk. Oh easing the strain. Tony System. Because the children's father never seen to be around in fact as far as the children could recall so you'd never been around when they asked about their biological father. They were told tool tales about his whereabouts inevitably ably Serra's explanation would have been questioned in time by one of our sons when they rolled and perhaps brave enough to query it. She told them that father had died in world. War Two an impulse ability since in two thousand nineteen I and and Blake Barris her eldest children with thirteen and fourteen years old respectively. Sarah was born four decades after the conflict. The identity of the Father Abba to all fixed children was only nine to Sarah. Barris and half brother Brendan.
SpaceX gets ready to rehearse worst-case scenario for Crew Dragon spaceflights
"X is set to test critical safety systems. Saturday of its spacecraft designed to carry humans to the International Space Station from member the station W. M. F. E. Brendan Byrne reports. The Crew Dragon Test Capsule. We'll launch on a falcon nine rocket from Kennedy Space Center. If all goes according to plan eighty four seconds after liftoff the UNCROWNED capsule activate its launch abort system engines on the capsule will fire pushing the capsule away from the bottom portion of the rocket. It's is one of the final certification tests for space x before launching humans on a mission to the space station. The goal of the test is to prove the crew dragon. Safety Systems will work in the unlikely. Weekly event of an emergency during launch spacex completed a successful unpiloted mission of the crew dragon to the station last
First all-female space walk is a symbolic moment for NASA
"It's a routine space walk but down here on earth people are celebrating a milestone from member station W. MFC Brendan Byrne has the story it's the first all female space walk and space policy analyst Laura for sick is celebrating of course I'm excited that they're both women and off the most is walk into a long overdue a previous attempt at an all female space walk was scrapped back in March when the correct size space suits for the would be walkers couldn't be ready in time instead a male and female astronaut perform the task NASA's Megan macarthur says all for NASA astronauts on board the station now two women and two men can perform the power replacement task but I think the fact that it will be two women just as a reflection of the fact that we have so many capable qualified women in the office and you know many coming in through the different career channels that bring them into the astronaut office women in space walking for decades the Soviet union's Svetlana Savitskaya followed shortly by NASA's Catherine Sullivan became the first woman space walkers back in nineteen eighty four on separate missions and since then more than a dozen women had ventured outside in space but self described friends cook in mere understand the significance of their schedule walk here's cook speaking from the station in the past women haven't always been at the table and it's wonderful to be contributing to the human space flight program at a time when all contributions are being accepted when everyone has a role floating next to cook inside the station mir agrees what we're doing now shows all the work that went into the decades prior all the women that work to get us where we are today and I think the nice thing is for us we don't even really think about it on a daily basis it's just normal were part of the team were doing this work as an efficient team working together with everybody else so it's really nice to see how far that we've come so have criticized NASA and the media for the recent focus on gender diversity in space flight when women have been in space for decades retire NASA astronaut nickel Stott has lived in space more than one Hundred Days and participated in a space walk back in two thousand nine she's worked to get more women into engineering and the astronaut corps are we train astronauts is astronaut doesn't matter what flavor you are I love seeing now that we we are in a place where we have a much larger balance of women and men
"brendan byrne" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW
"Hey My friends it's Brendan Byrne Short in welcome to a special episode of the Brennan Show where we a jump into some of the best of my motivational books. Hey y'all been asking for this for a long time and we finally put it together for you. Every single day I do a new sixty second audio sort of of my best quotes or of coaching that we put on instagram and I have just gotten such an outpouring of love for these as you can see each of them tend to get you know tens and tens of thousands or tens and tens and tens of thousands of views so much love for these and basically what I've done is i. If you haven't seen it <hes> please follow me on Instagram Brennan Bouchard uh-huh and what I like to do is post an actual quote of mine that written from one of my six books or you know the thousands of blogs articles that I've done and what I like to do is just grab a little bit of a quote. Maybe it's two to three sentences and so I read the quote on Instagram and then I just go off on that Colt for like sixty seconds so literally just one.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW
"Hey, my friends, it's Brendan Byrne, short and welcome to a special episode of the Brennan show, where we jump into some of the best of my motivational quotes. Hey, all y'all been asking for this for a long time. And we finally put it together for you every single day. I do a new sixty second audio sort of, of my best quotes, or of coaching that we put on Instagram and I have just gotten such an outpouring of love for these, as you can see each of them tends to get tens and tens of thousands or tens of tonnes of tens of thousands of views so much love for these and basically what I've done is I if you haven't seen it, please follow me on Instagram at Brennan Bernard and what like to do is post an actual quote of mine that written from one of my six books, or, you know, the thousands of blogs articles that I've done and what I like to do is just grab a little bit of a quote, maybe it's two to three sentences. And so, I read the quote on Instagram and then I just go off on that quote for like sixty seconds for literally just one minute of fire. Has much as I can pretty much every single day on Instagram that I created originally and people just wanted like a roundup of those. So finally, somebody actually deemed me on Instagram said, man, you should do a mash up of all these on your podcast, frigging inspiring their inciteful their motivational because there's some of the best of what I've written. And I think you'll really enjoy these, it's kind of a funny format because each of them was only sixty second, and we're string together a bunch of them from this week for you right here in what we're gonna call the motivational quotes episodes. I hope you'll really enjoy that. So without further ado, enjoy these sixty seconds of motivation for your day, my friend. If you really like these make sure your follow me on Instagram and also just do a simple favor that I know you guys are liking these take a screen shot of where you're listening to this posted up on your socials, and use hashtag, the Brandon show that way, I can see who's really engaging with these motivational quotes sessions. Nhs and we'll be doing some giveaways in this weekend over the next couple of weeks. So make sure use the hashtag the Brennan show when you post about these motivational quotes sessions with that. Let's go. The an example of the kind of conduct you wish to see in the world. Don't expect love excellent generosity. If you do not radiate, such.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"After these news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. The Justice department has filed more charges against WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, NPR's Carrie Johnson has more. Remember Julian Assange, already faced one charge conspiracy to engage in computer hacking for his role in the leak by former army private Chelsea Manning manning gave WikiLeaks State Department cables warlords in assessment of detainees at Guantanamo. A grand jury in Virginia slapped Julian Assange with seventeen more charges. These are extremely serious alleging violations of the espionage act that includes conspiracy to obtain receive and disclosed national defense information and attempting to crack a password to help Chelsea Manning. Get into database to obtain even more secrets, NPR's Carrie Johnson reporting SpaceX successfully launched sixty satellites and a single rocket from Cape Canaveral Florida last night for member station. W M. F E. Brendan Byrne reports is the first step in the company's effort to blanket, the globe, with broadband internet access about an hour after launching from Florida space coast SpaceX, deployed, sixty of the tightly packed five hundred pound satellites into orbit. It's the first step of the company's plan to launch thousands of the Starling satellites to provide reliable, affordable internet, anywhere in the world. Spacex says the mission will push the limits of the satellites, and expect some failures along the way program managers will use the findings to improve future, designs company, founder and lead designer Elon Musk says the system will need at least a dozen more launches carrying sixty satellites to provide moderate internet coverage for NPR news. I'm Brendan Byrne. Reservoirs near the Arkansas.
Cape Canaveral Florida, Brendan Byrne And Starlink discussed on Morning Edition
"SpaceX launch of falcon nine rocket was delayed Wednesday by level wins. Cape Canaveral Florida from member station. W M, F E in Orlando. Brendan Byrne reports the private space company will try again tonight. The launch will be the first operational fleet of SpaceX is broadband constellation to create a global network of broadband internet access the constellation called Starlink will consist of thousands of five hundred pound satellites about three and a forty mile. About the earth surface SpaceX launch to prototype satellites
"brendan byrne" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Was Yahoo music and I've. Many over left there. Yeah. I was Dave's boss and oh by you. Don't wanna be right. Wants to get you done. Well, Dave Dame's eighties. Dave's dave. Everybody loves you. But everybody's afraid to you. Tell me how to manage you. And he said, I'm an amazing founder a pretty good manager, a shitty employees. So don't make me be an employee. Tell me what you need let me figure out how to get it. And they was remarkable that way and people love him. And if you look at Jimmy patera now the head of ESPN Dagobert graduate, Bob Robak, right? All these amazing people. You look at Zander Laurie. Now renouncing monkey for Dave. This just everywhere you go. What a beautiful drawn. Yes. And that was like the Mench move finish the mission. Yup. And only Cheryl because of the power of Cheryl, and Dave and her willingness to be vulnerable and honest and transparent talked about resilience road option B, which is helped me and millions of others. So. The Dave Goldberg legacy needs to be your so generous to ask because it needs to be said, and repeat it's a little bit. My we're elect Passovers story needs to be passed out. Here's a guy from Minneapolis who, you know, was not arrogant who is not brash. He believed in what he believed him. But mostly he believed in people any believe in helping people you just went into hundreds of people all over the place in Minnesota, right where Davis had been friends in the town where everybody's working in angle and trying to get a leg up to get something done. He was the opposite. He was the guy who would help you. And he would meet with me, you got me going, but see it, but anybody that actually knows him and works with him loves him, and has so much respect for what Cheryl and his family and his children have been able to continue to try to overcome because it was such a shock such a young man craze powerful we played poker two days before he died, and we're sitting there, and then it's a real lesson for all of. Us in terms of what am I I have so many favorite Dave Goldberg stories. But I think one of my most favorite is. Everybody knows me knows Springsteen fanatic seen short on shows seventy nine. Yeah. Well, you're a rookie. But my mom would take me in the eighties. Brendan byrne. There you go which which I ended up I've six nights, he plied we see three nineteen Eighty-four. My. Right. My then girlfriend bought the worst seats in the house of the Brendan Byrne arena slept online all night took me that concert. I decided that night I need to be married to this woman, and we are still married thirty years later, she for that reason. But Dave, here's a thing. Dave because he ran Yahoo music Davis. My Keita's Springsteen tickets his budget was approved every year with no argument as long as I got regular tickets spring. But but the thing is he would come with me more important he'd come with my daughters. And so I remember one day, we're all piling into the car and Dave gets in the way back. They was like six foot four. No, he's a linebacker, and he crawled up in this little thing in the way back. So my daughter's didn't have to do it. And you know, David, Ben rich, will you would never know it, and that comes from his mom, by the way is remarkable woman. But and he spent the entire time quizzing my kids on Springsteen before they went to the show, and and so my daughter's feel like Dave touch their lives forever. Because here's a guy who could have done talked to anybody. Who respected them at a young age and love them for it. And so and I'm very blessed because Dave's on eight and I share birthday. And so I just ran into Nate at the warriors. He said he he took quite a young gentleman. He I remember the funeral was his daddy were sports acade- greeted everybody. That's in remarkable family have nothing but love and respect. And I miss David..
"brendan byrne" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Good morning. I'm Brendan Byrne dot Carol MacKenzie. Tim McLaughlin at the editor's desk. Three things to know at seven forty five attorney general William bar tells congress in a letter that the Russia investigation did not find evidence that the president or his campaign conspired with Russia on the issue of obstruction of Justice attorney general Barr says the report does not exonerate him. But that the president will not be charged Democrats and Republicans alike want the entire report released Barr says he's committed to releasing as much as possible. Number three. The attorney general also says Muller did not recommend more indictments. But he did refer several cases to other law enforcement offices for further action makers from our area reacting to the release of the attorney general summary of the mother report ws, Tim Jimenez, checking in live with that part of the story. Tim Brennan, the main message from Democrats, including Senator Chris coons of Delaware is the full Muller reports should be released. Coons also said investigation stemming from Muller's work should be allowed to continue as for the report clearing the president and his team of working with Russia. Frankly, I think it is a good thing. You know, Muller did not conclude that our president conspired with a hostile power in the conduct of his campaign. Now, even though many Republicans have come out in support of the president and have been calling for the country to move forward. We still haven't heard from Senator pets who me of Pennsylvania or bucks county congressman Brian Fitzpatrick both called for transparency when it was announced the Muller investigation ended late last week. And Fitzpatrick added quote once that occurs once we respond accordingly. It is time to move on Brennan Carroll. All right. Thanks Thursday marks forty years since the partial meltdown at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant outside Harrisburg, KYW NewsRadio taking a look back at the near catastrophe while also looking at the future of nuclear power. Here's KYW's suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert started around four AM March twenty eighth nineteen seventy nine three mile island's unit. Two.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So. I was just looking at some of the games that are going on. Because we've had like a I don't know like a satellite link-up blow out. We don't have any TV. I do have. I actually have the CBS sports network coming in and HQ. So I'm getting all the news and highlights and scores and everything and I'm watching Nevada play. But that's the only channels. I get. So here's what I got jazz ninety seven to seventy eight blowing out the sons what about I don't know five and a half left one hundred eighty now a twenty point below dare Joe Ingles has fifteen and eleven dimes rockets putting it on the kings and sat down at the half seventy six forty five of the golden one hardens got twenty five at the half. He'll get the thirty easily the warriors and Spurs a good one in the first at least thirty three twenty nine warriors. You seldom blaming Kevin Durant with fifteen the nuggets lose in jersey, excuse me, Brooklyn to the nets. How about that? I called him the jersey. Net. Domes- the days DEA rue the days carbide that was your team back in the day when they blade in jersey over at the Continental Airlines arena. That's right in the swamp. What did they call before that Brendan Byrne Brendan Byrne had had a bunch of names Continental Airlines arena, Brendan Byrne was something is odd. Send Jenner had a bunch of names. Nets win it by five one thousand five hundred thirty Dangelo Russell twenty seven and eleven dimes pal against beat. The bulls by five in Chicago Pels, get thirty one from Julius Randle Zach LeVine, Twenty-eight the other way for the bowls box win one forty eight twenty nine one twenty nine over the wizards blow him out Greek freak with forty three six and four and the Mavericks outlast worn by six in Dallas Campbell had thirty in the loss. Don jr. The triple double nineteen ten and eleven not bad for LUKA. My name is LUKA leaves five four over the senators, and how about the Rangers in a shootout beat the Bruins at the world's most famous. Mafia, did not your hockey team at one than I did you even know I did see that they came back in one of the shootout there were up one nothing went down Boston came back to the lead. And they fought back and in the end nice effort there. So so you're ticked off that they lost. And then today he ticked off it when they can't to you're right either way. Well, did they lose to the other night? Was I mad at him for kings on the kings? They blew that game. They got beat in overtime right on to fully go over here with the goal of like less than a minute left. And then give up a goal less than a minute into overtime. Baylor lost to Texas in Austin, eighty four seventy two TCU by a bucket over Oklahoma state. That was a good game tonight. Seventy to sixty eight Bama beats Georgia by fifteen Colorado over UCLA at Pauley, eighty four seventy three they beat them in LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, lipstick city, Wisconsin, I think about to beat Minnesota fifty to forty six in many apple is that was the last one. I saw fifty to forty six the last time I checked there's about thirty seconds left their LSU and Mississippi State about this there in oh. Tied at eighty threes. I think I need to turn that one on. I got that one. I got that offering going here on the plus I can go right to it right now. He. I got the overtime going now carbohydrate guy to underway. Cow and Oregon ducks out ten with nine minutes left in the game, Nevada leads fifty to forty wanted to happen. Fort Collins over Colorado state, Nevada fifty to forty one. Final temple eighty one sixty three day blew out. You kinda hit that game. I hit Maryland over debris ASCA sixty to forty five in Lincoln. And I'm looking for other ones. Here you go failure by the Irish tonight Garber high. They lose the Miami. How embarrassing sixty do forty seven. I mean Miami's not that good. They're ten and twelve they beat Miami down there a couple of weeks ago. So Miami return the favor Richmond. Eighty one sixty seven spiders over George Mason. All messed by four over am, Wichita state, Wednesday, East Carolina, sixty five forty nine. Indiana state beat Evansville easily. Davidson by fifteen of a Rhode Island. Georgia Tech gets whacked by Clemson in Atlanta, sixty five forty two VCU by ten over GW Fordham beat UMass providence loses at home to the Hoyas seventy six sixty seven. A good one tonight in Pittsburgh, Saint Bonnie, escaped fifty one forty nine over the Duquesne dukes who are fifteen and eight pretty tough. And then Bradley beats northern Iowa. I'm just looking at games that have some interest, Missouri state, southern Illinois, Missouri state wins it sixty five fifty nine air force by five over Wyoming. And then you USC getting underway right now in in LA UNLV, Boise out of the gates Broncos up six nothing early in that one in Boise. So there's tons of action than I carbo ride. There's a lot of activity, and we can't see very much of it about ten percent of it. I'm watching the overtime right now. It's eighty five eighty Mississippi State in starkville. Going on a log on you don't seem excited tonight about it. I mean college rack, we're almost there. We're almost to where you wanna be one month to go get to the conference tournaments. Then we really start cooking. Yeah. That's crazy. I can't wait for that conference tournaments and NCAA tournament. I've already got that's where it's at. I've already got stuff brewing road trip. I think it's crucial that we get out and be with the people would be blue. All of the Bebo one zero live. They hear that he juggles Carver high. They want to meet them publicly the Bibo they want to they want to touch him. They went to him and get to know him. They can do that on February twenty third at the offside tavern in downtown Manhattan. He'll have feel session where people can feel him and get to know him publicly live with the islanders show. He's doing I'll see podcasts live from eight to ten that night at the bar. It's on fourteenth street in Manhattan. And there's ten February twenty eighth at the that's. Oh, that's an outdoor party. Correct. That's a tailgate party. There'll be people puffing Dube's at that. Check check on here. Check one two. So there you go and mafia, and I already planning trying to pull off some huge gigs in Vegas. Atlantic city. Dallas how Dallas next month? We'll be there for the Spence Garcia fight allegedly. We're trying to pull off a bash in Dallas have no idea what's happening there. But we're trying to pull it off. We're hoping for some help from that end. The they'll find us as a sports bar that people wanna get hammered and watch for l live the night before the fight. That's what we're looking for a little love. We're not asking for much. And then either way we're going to do it down there one way or the other. We're doing it allegedly the show down there at that fight Jerry's world. It's going to be quite a scene. I don't know. Somebody told me that it's in like a building next to Jerry's world. It's not even at the football stadium. I didn't believe that. When I heard it are you hearing that. Are you feeling out? Are you is there any word on that? Because. Allegedly. I mean, seventy said there's a like some kind of building connected to it or something or near it a facility where they might have the family. Why would they not have it at the at the stadium? Where the Cowboys play. That's where I think it is. That's I always believe that's where that was going to be somebody tiny Tommy it was somewhere else. And I wasn't having it. What are you guys right here? I'm looking from back when they announced the fight which was back in November says right here. The fight will headline the first FOX pay per view card and will take place at AT and T stadium. The home of the Dallas in Arlington. I that's it. And discuss how boys owner Jerry Jones is a big boxing fan and wanted to host another major fight at a stadium. Doesn't sound like any next door to me. There's no next door. Maybe your next door. Neighbor is going to go to the fight. That's going to be a great by Mikey Garcia going up to waits to fight Errol, Spence dangerous commodity that guy. He's lethal. Do. You think Spence and bud Crawford or two of the best fighters in the world right now. Fastest and best. You know in terms of skill. I think they are. You're boy, bud Crawford. Love my guy, bud. We love bud Crawford. The all time greats there underway in Fort Collins. Now, a ten point Nevada lead their twenty one and one, and they know how to handle their busy. Taking on the nine and thirteen Rams of rata state. I'm kind of ready for Nevada to like play real teams again like they had a good non-conference back in November December. But watching them wack these mountain west teams every night. Just isn't it isn't doing it for me anymore? So do you think they'll be able to go on like a run in the NC double A's again this year? That they're gonna they're gonna definitely have that opportunity. They're going to be what you figure they're going to be in the top three seed lines. Right. I mean, I think there'll be a three maybe two, but I think more likely a three. Yeah. I mean, they're good. You can't deny him a high seen with that record. There's a maybe though, they don't respect their schedule. Do you think there's I actually think that's what will give them a three instead of a two. They're probably good enough to be a two, but because of the conference they play in how do you feel about like their schedule like who they play. You know what I mean? Like, look the mountain west is one of those conferences that some years. It has a bunch of good teams in some years. It doesn't have any you know, there was a couple of years ago where they had a bunch of at large. Boise, colorado. They they had to Wyoming. They had a bunch of good teams. And now this year too down year, but they have one monster team in Nevada. So they're playing conference games, obviously. But prior to that they had played. Utah, and then they played Akron Grand Canyon. Arizona state from the pack twelve USC Loyola ramblers of Chicago UMass tolls. You know, argh, Little Rock and Pacific and BYU. You know, I really I mean, I'll give you air. Stay. Back Pac twelve teams and beat him. Whether it's Arizona state USC in Utah. We need all of them. The only team that many impressive ones. That's for sure they lost. They got blown out at the pit in Albuquerque. That was one bad game eighty loss. Right. They got blown out eighty five fifty eight in that game. That's a very average team. They played them again this Saturday. Well, they I'm telling you when they're gonna play them at home and kick their so here's the deal when you go to that in Albuquerque danger happens. It's a tough place to play you an anyone's capable of losing their they constantly pull out these wins at that place. It's a great barn. No doubt about eight five five two one two four two two seven is ferrallonthebench. This is sports radio. Do you have frequent heartburn like the kind of heartburn where you stash in tacit to everywhere, you feel like you've got to have those chalky tablets just in case heartburn strikes. 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"brendan byrne" Discussed on Z100
"It was years ago. But it was still but so do feel, like a part of. The team Outside the door Title I think it was called Brendan Byrne arena Middle, lanes and knock on the door the. Guys it's me Greg t. you. Remember me I still have my parking pass Parking press barking You go to. Your parking spot you have a, good cry I said I. Was very I had my own. Devils jerseys on the back remember. When it was so nice So I do like the devil Oh my God You are the real life cocoa I just you know I'm, telling you, if Elvis Fired I'd. Come back the next day To go to the gas station. And just sit by the pumps And sniff the pump you know. Lie I'd still go. To the same gas station that I worked I worked at before I worked here Ages ago When you get out of the car until, the, kid hey I, tell them, I go, you know I used to. Work here I worked for about. Nine years I was here when they painted this When they took away the soda machines You go find the writings on the wall GT loves. Whatever there's so, many, problems I. Swear issues I got issues man five AM so we did nothing about what. Else during the morning shows doing today reminiscent I don't know how this happened. And we just totally got off the rails but, remember when we used to do a show I, swear we've been talking. For way, too long Bernie biters at traffic we really. We haven't done. Anything about the show today nothing we. Have we have guests on the show today we have so many things. Happening and we've done nothing else, is listening I. Apologize we haven't done Elvis any Justice whatsoever, remember when you had a job by God I swear to. You we're gonna talk about what's going on During morning, show. Coming up next on the five three more.
U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years
"Powerful man brought down by accusations of sexual harassment and assault. The description of what he did to them was exactly what he did to me. We take a closer look. At one of these stories and ask a simple question why now first this news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk the deadly northern California wildfire. That is forced tens of. Thousands of people, to flee their homes slowed down Sunday after days of explosive growth but Cal fire deputy chief Brett Gavia says the fire is fire from contained. The fire does continue to grow on us in some remote inaccessible areas were making our way into those areas. The positive thing about that is that we are out away from many of the residents structures and. Critical infrastructure the, so-called car fire has now consumed one hundred thirty nine, square miles. Of land in northern California meanwhile officials said a. Second firefighter died fighting a huge boys near Yosemite national park there are currently seventeen major. Fires, burning, in California Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he believes the US economy will continue. To see, strong growth, for the next several years NPR's merit Kennedy reports second quarter growth came in at four point one percent the latest growth rate is the highest one in nearly. Four years and on Fox News Sunday Treasury. Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said to expect more of the same we can only project a couple of years in the future but I think we're well on this. Path for several years he. Predicted four or, five years of sustained three percent growth many economists are sceptical that current rates will continue though Federal Reserve officials told congress this month that they. Project GDP growth rates of under three percent next year and lower in twenty twenty and the ongoing trade fight. Also has the potential to limit growth Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Israeli authorities have freed a Palestinian. Teen activist who, served eight months in prison for hitting as rarely soldiers, outside her. Home in the West Bank as NPR's Daniel estrin Reports the case has. Drawn widespread attention seventeen-year-old ahead TIMMY me spoke to reporters and activists. In her, village of, Nabi solid power to the people she said the people can decide their way of resistance with her long frizzy blond hair I had to me became an internationally. Recognized symbol She was, recorded kicking and slapping two Israeli. Soldiers outside her home in the Israeli-occupied West Bank after. The video went viral angering many Israelis she was. Arrested she and her mother who posted the video online served eight. Months in prison for assault and encouraging violence asked. If she'd do it again hits soldiers the way she, did she said she couldn't say much for fear of rearrest many Israelis see to me as a violent provocateur. Many Palestinians say she represents a defiant young generation of Palestinian youth one of. Many who have been jailed. By Israel Daniel estrin NPR news. Nebi Saleh. In the West Bank the average price of regular grade gasoline in, the US fell three cents. A gallon over the past two weeks the average price still fifty nine cents, higher than. It was a year, ago this is NPR news Fifteen. People have been taken to hospitals after an ammonia leak bird's-eye food, plant in southeastern Wisconsin a total. Of one hundred forty people were working. The overnight. Shift at the factory when alarms and sensors started going off besides the fifteen people taken to. Five area hospitals around Darien Wisconsin another seventy. Five workers were. Checked at the scene and released as NASA celebrates sixty years since its creation by congress its new leader is putting a focus on returning, to the Mon for member station. W. m. f. e. Brendan Byrne reports the agency continues. To explore space eleven years after the founding of. NASA a Saturn five rocket launched Apollo astronauts on a mission to. Walk on the moon now NASA wants to go. Back the space agency is developing its next big rocket, the space launch system to send humans back to the moon a test launch of that rocket is scheduled in. About two years followed by a fully crewed mission shortly after NASA is also. Exploring Mars Rovers curiosity And spirit, are active on the red planet and another Rover is set to join the pair watching twenty twenty the agency is also. Helping scientists discover Exo planets planets outside our solar system by developing space, based telescopes, to search for other worlds for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne at the. Weekend, box office mission impossible fallout easily took the number one spot on the, domestic charts second place went to mama Mia here we go again. Which fell fifty seven percents in its second weekend in theaters the, equalizer to slid the third and. Hotel Transylvania three summer vacation took fourth. I'm Jim NPR news. In Washington Support for NPR. Comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Walton, family foundation, we're opportunity takes root more information, is available at Walton, family foundation dot org and the John D and Catherine t. MacArthur foundation, at macfound dot org.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Over forty percent so so certainly a lot more china coming so brandon i'm gonna play the cynic here somebody might say that this is coming at kind of an interesting time as the chinese economy slows and at a very high valuation period for emerging markets and other risk assets what's the risk that investors are about to get burned very badly and frankly these shares could get hurt if there is some sort of mass exodus from em well i think em equities are very different from em fixed income emergingmarket fixed income indices don't include the most stable em currency which has been the reaction be em equities have held up because em china i'm sorry these chinese asia's that are being added are at a very low p e the shanghai composite has a p of under fifteen at the same time this msa inclusion will force active managers and investors globally to go to china and to better understand their economy and capital markets and i think that's the best thing that can happen between china the united states right now he's a better understanding of one another and i do believe as evidenced by china's pm i which was released last night the chinese economy is potentially doing a little bit better than than some of the neighboring nabobs the negativity out there thank you so much for being with us really interesting shift that is going to happen after close today with the shares being included in msci's global index is brendan byrne is chief investment officer crane shares joining us on the phone coming up we're gonna be talking about personal loans being made online and how standards are tightening for some right now though let's head toward ninety nine one studios in washington dc nancy lyons is there with world and international headlines nancy thanks lisa mexico says it will impose tariffs on a variety of products including flat.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Feds obama justice department and he pretended as if it was some sort of political retribution for opposing a cuban policy and everybody laughed at that and i just said you know for years now everybody who who's ever been in jersey politics knew this guy was dirty i mean you just knew it hudson county was the former governor brendan byrne said he wanted to be buried so he can stay active in politics i mean it's bad up there you know and we always knew it and then he gets off and then the fed on dried hung yours so technically speaking yes hung jury they declined to retry him and now he's running around like he's beat this thing you know the standards that are people new jersey is smart enough to realize okay listen stuff goes on whatever but enough is enough i mean this is like beyond saying this is just normal business he's embarrassed the so much you think about his credibility in washington what he's ever going to deliver for us and the role model kids to say all i took this trip to paris so i went i i helped get visas for his girlfriend's apparently from dominican republic also that's the kind of leadership supporting a constituent in in florida and taking hundreds of thousands of contribution now the guy does the government and it's part of his penalty the sentencing is seventeen years in jail and has the payback i don't know how many tens of forty million something dollars back to medicare how about senator menendez returning the money for that he was received seven hundred fifty thousand of contributions whatever's return that so the government gets his money back for medicare because otherwise i'm not sure this dr meltzer gonna give them the government back back money maybe senator manasseh said set the role said the model give the money back here yeah i agree with you you know you gotta run and get back on the campaign trail last question for you the president again over the weekend reiterated he wants to send it to go down to fifty one votes the nuclear option to avoid having the sixty vote filibuster that you know can't get anything done thoughts on that i i think the system worked for.
Five New York doctors charged with taking kickbacks from Insys
"Premium classroom five others the airlines eleven airlines surveyed south west got top overall satisfaction rating among the premium level travelers hawaiian airlines in alaska airlines scored the best on wall street today the dow closed up seventy two points the s and p five hundred gained four points you're listening to npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky saint patrick's day is tha tomorrow and today jersey city paid tribute to one of its beloved irishman wnyc's rebecca ibarra was at healy's tavern where the ashes of former governor brendan byrne will have a temporary home burn was born in west orange but frenzy he had a soft spot for hudson county with all of its well known political shenanigans former jersey city mayor jeremiah healy says the running joke was he wanted to be buried in hudson county so that he could remain active in politics so for a few days part of burns ashes will stay at this irish saloon and his wife ruth he says he wouldn't have had it any other way i know he knows he's here and it's wonderful burns final resting place is still to be determined five new york doctors have been charged with taking bribes and kickbacks from an arizona based pharmaceutical company to prescribe large volumes of a highly addictive painkiller prosecutor said today the men collected tens of thousands of dollars working for the speaker's bureau of insys therapeutics which has not commented prosecutors say the doctors prescribe millions of dollars worth of a potent feno based spray and use their patients as instruments for profit two muslim women say the new york city police department forced them to remove their he jobs while they were being arrested they're suing the city to change the policy the lawsuit comes after the city settled a similar suits with three women a few weeks ago the nypd revised its policy over the course of that litigation so people can request to be photographed in a private room by an officer of the same gender the lawsuit alleges that police don't regularly follow that policy wnyc at ten six support for npr comes from the john d and catherine t macarthur foundation supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world more information is at macfound dot org this week secretary of state rex tillerson was voted off the island back when he was hired the president chose him in part because he looked the.
"brendan byrne" Discussed on KPCC
"Will be filled with space station trash then they will undock from the station and brought up in the earth's atmosphere nasa pays private companies orbital atk in space two sense applies to the station space x is planning on launching a capsule packed with more supplies to station next month from kennedy space center in florida for npr news i'm brendan byrne a marine corps drill instructors ten years in prison for abusing young recruits an eightman jury at camp lejeune north carolina also senate's thirtyfouryearold gunnery sergeant joseph fee likes to forfeiture of all pay reduction of his rank to private and dishonorable discharge felix in iraq vet veteran was found guilty of hitting kicking and choking recruits and singled out moslem military volunteers for abuse at the marine corps parris island south carolina facility this is npr britain and the european union are still locked in a stalemate over london's pending from the eu jiggling fit tells us negotiations won't move forward until the uk offers more money to square accounts the uk's anxious to hammer out a new trading relationship with eu single market or more than half a billion consumers there's the sticky matter of the socalled divorce bill de mel the uk must pay the covers obligations to the eu budget these reportedly offered about twenty three billion dollars the eu to seventy billion dollars union leader michel barnier as as the uk has just two weeks to clarify its financial gene were potentially face months of delay the clock is ticking as the uk is scheduled to leave eu in 2019 and risks walking away without a new trade deal frank length at npr news legged osama bin laden's half john one of many rested this week in saudi arabia whose crown prince has launched a crackdown on corruption that has resulted in the detention of members of the royal family prominent businessmen and government officials bacher bin laden as the chairman of the saudi binladin group saudi arabia's government says more than two hundred people had been detained in its anti corruption probe heuberger is appealing a uk decision requires the ride hailing company to treat its drivers as employees and not independent contractors a british panel determined that uber drivers should receive minimum wage and paid holidays employment lawyers expect higher courts to hear the case early next year uber.