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Dems Planning Next Steps for Build Back Better, Says Maryland Senator
"Democrat Maryland senator Ben cardin yesterday said that Democrats are prepared to move forward on the build back better. Plan this, of course, hit a roadblock by way of Joe Manchin, just prior to Christmas. Senator cardin said that a lot of them were disappointed that it wasn't passed, but he says that there was going to be basically my words not his a new and improved version of Bill better and cut number 6, Fox News chief Washington correspondents and Fox News Sunday guest host Mike Emmanuel asked the Democrat. If he was opening to scaling things back a bit, cut number 6. Does scaling back the bill to win over moderates risk losing progressives in both the Senate and the House? Well, we've got to find that sweet spot. And I think as long as everyone's at the table is we're negotiating on the President Biden has always included all parts of our caucus in these discussions. I think we can reach that sweet spot. Look, a lot of us are going to be disappointed, but we're not perfection be the enemy of getting something done. So we need to get something done. I think we'll be pragmatic about it, but we want to make sure it deals with the issues that we are facing in our communities. Noting the challenge and appeasing to both the moderates and the progressives in this party, the senator said that he believed it's possible to craft the legislation or rewrite the legislation in a way that will satisfy
"cardin" Discussed on WTOP
"One of Maryland senators is optimistic Congress can find another way to agree on President Biden's build back better Bill Democratic senator Ben cardin speaking on Fox News Sunday suggesting Democrats are open to scaling back the bill to reach the finish line but there are still some big priorities We know working families have tax issues We've got to extend certain tax provisions to help working families and families with children West Virginia senator Joe Manchin brought negotiations back to square one saying he wouldn't support the version of the bill that passed the house Kyle Cooper WTO news Maryland governor Larry Hogan enters his last full year in office in 2022 but there's speculation he might make a run for The White House or maybe the Senate Is reported to be talking with Republicans about challenging incumbent democratic senator Chris van hollen next year CNN says Hogan has been increasingly taking calls from strategists and senators who've been urging him to enter the race Hogan is popular but so is van Holland and Maryland is a deep blue state that almost always sends Democrats to Congress President Biden beat Donald Trump in Maryland by 33 percentage points and a CNN notes there hasn't been a competitive Senate race in Maryland for decades News 1237 Are you excited about being a new grandmother Of course I am A little intimidated too Why Taking care of a baby today is so different than when I had you But mom you did great with me Thanks son But I put you on your stomach to sleep Right But now we know that baby should always be placed on their backs to sleep for naps and at night to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome or sids You also slept with blankets and toys in your crib True But now we know to keep everything out of the crib except for my sweet baby girl No blankets pillows or other softer loose items Daddy's going to teach nana all the ways to keep you safe while you.
"cardin" Discussed on WTOP
"National 62 international airport Delos and BWI 59° Thanks so much The forecast is brought to you by patient first patient first is now open in Aspen Hill physicians x-rays lab tests and prescription drugs It's four 41 So where do we stand on president Joe Biden's social spending plan West Virginia senator Joe Manchin brought negotiations back to square one saying he would not support the version of the bill that passed the house Maryland senator Ben cardin joined Fox News Sunday to discuss the road ahead There is unanimity in our caucus that we want to get a bill to the president And we are working to see what that Bill will contain President Biden's directly involved in these negotiations we need to deal with the affordability of child care because it affects our workforce and having workers available for our economy We've got to deal with the cost of higher education We know working families have tax issues We've got to extend certain tax provisions to help working families and families with children There are things that need to get done that shouldn't be partisan We should be able to get these issues worked out We are prepared to move We just need to make sure we have an enemy in our caucus and that's what we're working on And we will start on that next week when we return So do the garden had a lot more to say on this and other topics you can hear more next hour It's four 42 a pair of Michigan lawmakers from opposing parties on Sunday described the atmosphere on Capitol Hill in 2021 as toxic Republican Fred Upton and Democrat Debbie dingell appeared on CNN's State of the Union with Dana bash today Upton and dingle described an atmosphere of nasty words and even members of Congress receiving physical threats of violence Upton said it's a pretty toxic place I've never seen anything like this before Dingle adding we need to really worry about our democracy and find a way that you can disagree with people and do it in a civil and agreeable way Prince William county is asking for more than $440 million from the Northern Virginia transportation authority for 8 road projects the county may not get all at once with just 1.2 billion to Dole out across Northern Virginia In 2020 the county requested 237.5 million for 11 projects and received.
"cardin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're checking in with him for the next two weeks. Moralize during this impeachment trial. We're gonna welcome now One of those will be sitting in judgment of former President Trump. Democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland. Senator Thank you so much for being with us. Give us a sense from your perspective. Will the American people learn anything? Because one of the advantages and disadvantages of this is all of this was done almost in plain sight, wasn't it? Well, that's true, But I think you'll see the House managers make the case and connect the dots in a way by using video presentations and the actual language used, so I think you'll see it in a coherent manner to try to prove the case that the president in fact incited the insurrection so I think we all have to stay tuned on Majora. I'm obviously need to watch how this case is presented by both the managers and the president's attorneys on it. They each have of 16 hours, so they have plenty of time to make their case and we'll have to see where their presentations lead us. So as a juror, what will you be looking for? And maybe as important, what will you be looking across the island? Seeing your Republican counterparts react to we know what President Trump said. We know what happened at the Capitol, which was horrific for us all. What is the connection that needs to be made? Well, incitement to insurrection is in a very serious charge, and we know that the president was promoting something that was totally untrue about the fraud during the election process. We know that he motivated a large number of people I think we're looking for is to see how the president intended. The group that he assembled on January 26 what action he anticipated. And then I think equally important is what the president did after we saw the insurrection taking place. What action did he take in order to bring order back to the capital? And how long did he wait? And was he really encouraged by what he saw in the capital itself? These are all issues. I think they're gonna be pretty important as we go forward. The senators are jurors at the same time. It is, since you're also witnesses because you were in the middle of some of what happened when it was happening. As you do. Look across the aisle. Do you have a sense of what? Republican senators would need to see in order to vote to convict. Well, you're exactly right. We were all most of us were on the floor of the Senate. As the riders were knocking on our door. We were in harm's way s O. We saw first and foremost the front line of the of the attack. So I think we all hope that we are not defined by being a Democrat or Republican. This is a constitutional responsibility there. Many who believe the only way you can hold the president accountable for action while he is president is through the impeachment process. So each of us have to make our own judgments. I recognize that But these are extremely serious charges. We know what the president did leading up to this. We know the way that he was inciting a group. We know the action that he asked him to take. The question is, each of us has to make a judgment as to whether we can how we will vote on the articles themselves. Even if you spend the next couple of weeks and the impeachment trial, one of the challenges the Senate is to multitask, so I can call it that because there's also the question of the stimulus bill that is pending. Right now. I know you have a particular responsibility in the Senate for small business, which has been a focal point A lot of concern with stimulus. What are you looking for a stimulus to help small businesses. Well, you're exactly right about multi casting. I am the chair of the small Business Entrepreneurship Committee, and we have a portion of the stimulus bill that we have to finalize during these next few days or weeks, So we have to multi task It's interesting that $900 billion has already been made available through previous covert related packages directly for small business. The priority right now is to focus date on those small businesses that really need it the smaller of the small businesses those that were in industries that were dramatically effective because of the restrictions on gathering such as restaurants. On to make sure that we do everything we can get covert 19 behind us. That's so important for small businesses to get their customers back. Comfortable the to be out and enjoy our economy and spend money in our economy. Senator Cardinals unit well know there have been some who've raised questions about the earlier rounds of stimulus. And whether, in fact, it did make it to the smallest. This moment is that people who need it the most. Is this a different approach. You're taking this time to make sure that he gets the ones who truly need it. Absolutely. We are very much targeting the relief to the most neediest of the small businesses in the smaller the small businesses s. Oh, absolutely. We will. We will be tailoring this next round to make sure we get to those who desperately need this help. And what about the rest of us to be still, Do you have any pause it all about the size of the $1.9. Trillion is, you know there's some debate now among some economists, whether given where the economy is right now, whether that's an awful lot of money to pump in the economy. No, I don't. I know that the needs out there so great. I've looked at each of the component allocations. We need to doom or in regards to the Covic vaccine distributions and and covert production of the vaccines. We need to have an all out effort to deal with that our state, local governments are in desperate need. Our schools need to open safely and would be able to remain on open safely. Uh, just going down the list. Nutrition programs need help the size of the problems. American families are hurting. The direct payment checks will help the unemployment insurance extension..
Trump's Senate impeachment trial will start the week of Feb. 8, Schumer says
"For former President Trump's second impeachment trial is more clear today. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll send the article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced the trial will begin during the week of February. 8th, Maryland Senator Ben Cardin says the two week delay clears the Senate's agenda to deal with President Biden's Cabinet picks before turning their attention to the Trump trial. We really need to take up his many as possible so that we have the full team Place to deal with these national issues from the pandemic to the economy to national security, so I hope they will use those two weeks.
"cardin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"December 29th everybody. It's Tuesday. If you're like us. Maybe you're having a three day work week. So really, this day is Wednesday, right? Are you just You just are informed. It's Tuesday and you go. Okay. Thank you. That's really wins to wait. Wedding, The things where just confounded everybody. Um All right. We got is just start the show. We have a very notable, uh, fashion obituary. A life well lived. Pierre Cardin has passed away at the age of 98. Um, I guess I really didn't even know that he was still alive. And, um, so it's like what you know, and anyway, but one of the things that he did. Is he was the first designer and he got lots of crap about it. Coco Chanel. All the designers turned up their noses get kicked out of some You know, like a French could tour Um, I forget what the association is because he was the first one to take his name. And it was on towels, luggage. If you and look at the brands now, everybody does. Everyone does lots and lots of crap about doing it at the time. And, um He had kind of a interesting curse. So he was Italian by birth, and he was like from a big family and his family moved when he was small to France. But he was apprenticed to a tailor in Vichy at the age of 17 specializing in women's suits, and when he moved The Paris He designed the sets and the costumes for beauty and the beast in 1947. Wow, they they did, and he worked with Christian Dior in the house of Dior, and then he set up his own label in 1950. And he created what is considered the legendary bubble dress in 1954. And yet, like I said he ruffled feathers in the fashion establishment because he designed Uh, ready to wear, Which is what you buy off the rack that's ready to wear for the Parisian. Um Department store Printemps, So there's Galeries Lafayette is the big one and then print Tom is the other. You know, like a Dayton's Donald? Okay, Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I got it. Yeah. So they were just horrified. Well, how could you do that? Dare you? And, um he just he just kind of But all the things for all of it and he broke ground. He was the first person to designer to hold a fashion square and Red Square in Moscow in 1991 200,000. People showed up and He was very much like the globalization. He recognized Japan as a market and he wanted his clothes to be worn by everyday people. He's quoted My goal was the street that my name of my creations are the streets, celebrities, princesses. That wasn't my cup of tea. I respected them. I dined with him, but I didn't see them in my dresses. So Wow. It was, um His sunglasses, You name it. He had a mirrored of licensing agreements, and he made more money than anybody else. Now his Much used and franchise name. The Pierre Cardin brand of inches lost its luster. When you put up his fashion label in 2011, it didn't sell about it. But Anyway, A lot of people in the fashion world are, you know, just remembering him. Designers that worked under him. And, yeah, it's been fun. I mean, with Afghan, many things I'm introduced to this world is from Lori. Knowing who he is, was one of them and I, you know, during the last hours looking at some of his stuff, his fashion was just gorgeous. Beautiful, beautiful. I mean, and also can we acknowledge that he Was in the leggings before we were in the leggings. Yeah, He was very, very like he That was his aesthetic. He want to design for the woman that on the go on in the street in all of that, and he I guess he lived in some little town in the south of France, and he just kept buying up buildings. And so people were kind of like, huh? Again, You know, he was ruffling feathers get angry. He was but buying them up. But anyway, um It was a global brand before anyone else had a global brand brand or did any of it And then he was. He was allowed back into the The French You know, established whatever it was called. Gosh, I can't think of it, but he was allowed back in, but he didn't even really care. He'd been booted out of it. And he also did that, like the space age Dad stuff And it was like Mod meets space age. Yeah, he was. He was the guy who introduced us to Mod fashion. So anyway, so that if you are interested, there's a lot of good obituaries out there and good fashion people remembering him, um, on Twitter and Instagram or Rico. We need to find somebody who has one of these dresses. Oh, I know. I bet you Oh, I'm I know for a fact. Well, I remember when, um, who was it? Um, Holston. Did I partnership with her? JC Penney's And I remember I was so excited because you knew who Alston was, because everybody more Holsten to studio 54. So it must have been like in the early eighties or whatever, and I had, just like Probably 60 or $50. And I got this. Jumpsuit. You know, out of the jersey It's the word of a wedding. Did you keep it? You still have it? No, I didn't keep it. But there's a photo of me and at a wedding and I just was like, Oh, that was my Holsten from JC Penny. Post that on your guys, Instagram, you have to go. That sounds amazing. Gosh, but Yeah, that was he. Paved the way for all of that, so and if you are thinking that, um you know, 2020 has just absolutely sucked. Holly is posted at least some pop culture moments that happened in 2020 that did bring us joy. So if you want to take a look at that left hosted for you less suck. It helps. That's right. And also we're gonna be talking books. Uh, 3 30. Laurie Hertzel, Who's the senior book editor for the surgery in Is going to be with us. Thank God because I've been reading some bad books. I acquired a bunch of books because my mom, they sold their house and she just gave me a bunch of books where she random, whatever. And there's a reason I hadn't acquired these earlier. They're not great. And so I need some good books. My letter posted a list of the The Books that the Star Tribune Um Picked out with their editors. Some of the best books of 2020 if you need some idea, And of course we have our Loj book club. Well, yeah, I've got my fingers on the pulse of that. That's the only thing I have coming, But, yeah. Besides that, I just said, dark when we come back. It's our story. We can't get enough of it's the thing on our bingo card. We did not see coming in 2020. We can't get enough of this Another lorry and Julia moment. You know when when you think about Madonna when she lived in England so long, she's managed to get the affected accent. One of cultural little tiny bit, which was over there with Chris Martin. I mean, I love when I go to his earlier rags, the accent Yeah, and people think I'm from there, but I don't come home from those countries pretending I'm from there What I'm from I'm Laurie..
"cardin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"29th everybody. It's Tuesday. If you're like us. If you're having a three day work week, So really, this day is Wednesday. Yeah, right. Are you just You just are informed. It's Tuesday and you go. Oh, okay. Thank you. Just really Wednesday. Wait, Wedding, The things where just compound, everybody. Um All right. We got is just start the show. We have a very notable, uh, fashion obituary. A life well lived. Pierre Cardin has passed away at the age of 98. Um, I guess I really didn't even know that he was still alive. And so it's like what you know, and anyway, but one of the things that he did. Is he was the first designer and he got lots of crap about it. Coco Chanel. All the designers turned up their noses get kicked out of some You know, like a French could tour Um, I forget what the association because he was the first one to take his name, and it was on towels, luggage. If you and look at the brands now, everybody does. Everyone does lots and lots of crap about doing it at the time. And, um He kind of interesting curse. So he was Italian by birth, and he was like from a big family and his family moved when he was small to France. But he was apprenticed to a tailor in Vichy at the age of 17 specializing in women's suits, and when he moved The Paris He designed the sets and the costumes for beauty and the beast in 1947. Wow, and they they did, and he worked with Christian Dior in the house of Dior, and then he set up his own label in 1950. And he created what is considered the legendary bubble dress in 1954. And yet, like I said he ruffled feathers in the fashion establishment because he designed Uh, ready to wear, Which is what you buy off the rack of ready to wear for the Parisian. Um Department store Printemps, So there's Galeries Lafayette is the big one in them print. Tom is the other You know, like a Dayton's Donald? Okay, Okay. Yeah. Yeah, God sees. Yeah. So they were just horrified. Well, how could you do that? Dare you? And, um he just he just kind of But all the things for all of it and he broke ground. He was the first person to designer to hold a fashion square and Red Square in Moscow in 1991 200,000. People showed up and He was very much like the globalization. He recognized Japan as a market and he wanted his clothes to be worn by everyday people. He's quoted My goal was the street that my name of my creations are the streets, celebrities, princesses. That wasn't my cup of tea. I respected them. I dined with him, but I didn't see them in my dresses. So Wow. It was, um, sunglasses, you name it. He had a mirrored of licensing agreements, and he made more money than anybody else. Now his Much used and franchise name. The Pierre Cardin brand of inches lost its luster. When you put up his fashion label in 2011, it didn't sell about it. But Anyway, a lot of people in the fashion world or, you know, just remembering him. Designers that worked under him. And, yeah, it's been fun. I mean, with Afghan, many things I'm introduced to this world is from Lori. Knowing who he is, was one of them. And I you know during the last hour is looking up some of his stuff. His fashion was just gorgeous. Beautiful, beautiful. I mean, and also can we acknowledge that he Was in the leggings before we were in the leggings. Yeah, He was very, very like he That was his aesthetic. He want to design for the woman that on the go on in the street in all of that, and He, um I guess he lived in some little town in the south of France. And he just kept buying up buildings. And so people were kind of like, huh? Again, You know, he was ruffling feathers get angry. He was but buying them up. But anyway, um It was a global brand before anyone else had a global brand brand or did any of it And then he was. He was allowed back into the The French You know, established whatever it was called. Gosh, I can't think of it, but he was allowed back in, but he didn't even really care. Yeah, he'd been booted out of it. And he also did that. Like the space age. I did stuff and it was like Mod meets space age. Yeah, he was He was the guy who introduced us to Mod is a fashion. So anyway, so that if you are interested, there's a lot of good obituaries out there and good fashion people remembering him, um, on Twitter and Instagram or Rico. We need to find somebody who has one of these dresses. Oh, I know. I bet you Oh, I'm I know for a fact. Well, I remember when, um, who was it? Um, Holston. Did I partnership with J. C. Penney's And I remember I was so excited because you knew Holston was because everybody more Holsten to studio 54. So it must have been like in the early eighties or whatever, and I had, just like Like Probably 60 or $50. And I got this. Jumpsuit. You know how the jersey the word of a wedding? Did you keep it? You still have it? I didn't keep it. But there's a photo of me and at a wedding and I just was like, Oh, that was my Holsten for JC Penny. Post that on your guys, Instagram, you have to go. That sounds amazing. Gosh, but yeah, that was he. Paved the way for all of that, so and if you are thinking that, um you know, 2020 has just absolutely sucked. Holly is posted at least some pop culture moments that happened in 2020 that did bring us joy. So if you want to take a look at that last hosted for you less suck. It helps. That's right. And also we're gonna be talking books. Uh, 3 30. Laurie Hertzel, Who's the senior book editor for the surgery in Is going to be with us..
"cardin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Go through a lot of things from the year we have a Special year in program for the first of the year, and I thought to myself Why am I doing a year in program for the first the first of the year? We ought to have some other way. I will put pieces of things together because Victoria and fill the cowards that they I don't want to work on New Year's Day. I don't mind. Listen, this is just fun being here with everybody. Yakking about what's going on. Sort of a universal thing for me. Anyway, It almost seems when I although I've had the last 34 years is, you know Victoria started to travel a little. Take a trip in the spring and take a driven the fall And this year I feel like I'm like everybody else kind of left out in the cold because I wanted to do that and haven't been able to. So when I'm here and I'm able to I find that it is natural for me to do. The radio program just feels like The right way to spend a few hours a day with people talk about what's going on and stuff, So I actually miss it when I'm not here, and I know that everybody needs to change once in a while, but I think there's So much going on and it Z for people. I hear this from time to time, and I will admit to it myself. It's a sort of cathartic experience to be able to just get it off your chest. You know, just okay. This is it. This is what's going this is how I feel. About it and so moving into that mindset is kind of a cool thing every day, and I feel like this is a favor in a manner of speaking. But most people, you know they're not like me. But okay, let's let's have some time off. Let's have some time away with me. This is it's just It's good. It's a great feeling. To be here and be able to ask questions and give advice. Maybe give thanks and move into whatever the next deal is, and I see that Speaking of past things that Pierre Cardin how many people your age Victoria know who Pierre Cardin was. Do you think the desire? Do you know who he was? Well, I'm a fan of fashion. So yes, I do know who he was in the fashion, the high fashion sense back in the fifties and sixties. Um, I would say the average person my age Knows of. Maybe some of the PR Pierre Cardin label in TJ Maxx. It was slapped on everything. Whether it's cheap cologne or a beach towel became a cheap became, it was cheapened. By him giving into all of the money, but his name when first it became iconic was in the early sixties. Hey, was Somebody who I remember because, you know, I've told you a number of times my father was in the clothing business, and I worked with my father for six or seven years here and there even when I was in high school. And one of the things that we ran into more often than not was the Pierre Cardin label. The company that my father worked with was the largest manufacturer, men's boys in suits and sport coats in the world. On, but we were. It was a blind labels. You put anybody labeled in it, and Cardin's name was once one of those names that was always there, always on the rack. Always people were talking about it. Johnny Carson used to joke about it. As a matter of fact, Johnny Carson started his own line of clothing that was a knockoff of Pierre Cardin's look in the seventies. Anyway, so and his signature. There were a lot of people who sold a lot of his thing. He made a lot of money. This guy they passed had a good life passed away at the age of 98, but I'm not sure whether he lived in Paris all of his life for in France. I think he spent a lot of time here in America, but he was a tailor. Kids started as a teenage Taylor that doesn't that sound like it sounds like that's how all those designers started back in the day. And, you know, I mean, that's the all of the great designers. Um Oscar de la Renta also started as a tailor's apprentice at a young age, so that that's an Alexander McQueen. Same thing. Ah, lot of him. That was just the way to go. They worked in small fashion houses and either Milan or in Paris, and that's how they got their start. I mean, Pierre Cardin and you give him credit. He you know, he made a lot of money by selling out yourself. That was another one that sold out. You sell a wrong Yeah. Yeah, And so I mean, Pierre Cardin made a lot of money. He ended up buying the famous French restaurant. Max seems so He bought a lot of real estate. He's I'm sure he left his family with with a huge fortune. Unfortunately, you know, when you sell out that much, and you license everything you know you're left with the legacy of crack water. Yeah, you watered down good you who would you say today? Is the equivalent the modern day equivalent of Pierre Cardin, who's around now designing things that people are paying attention to. I'm not in the fashion business, you kind of are at least you're aware of it. You're knowledgeable, cognizant. So who would be the current day equivalent of Pierre Cardin? Man? Women who Who's around doing that stuff? Well, I mean, in terms of like licensing and cheapening the brand Well, no, that's become a little bit around Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger. Okay? Yeah. Strength. Yeah, they've gone so mainstream. Um, you know, if you look at it, it's a lot of the fashion. You know, moguls who are true designers have have died. Karl Lagerfeld died last year. The year before. Um And and he was, I would say he was kind of like the last of that old guard. And he designed for Chanel. And now it's just other you know much lesser known names are are stepping into those roles that used to just be one head designer for whatever the label was, and then you know, and then a bunch of people working under now it's sort of the labels first, and we don't really know much about The designers who are the head designers, so it's kind of a shift in in the fashion world, for sure. Is the story of a fellow hiking in the foothills north of Salt Lake City this weekend. He fell 100 ft. Guess what he was doing. Oh, no. Another selfie hip. I was walking near the base of Ensign Peak but a mile from Salt Lake City. He slipped and fell. 100 ft. You get too close to the age, took a picture of himself and tumbled halfway down the cliff into a rock quarry. And then yes, was rescued me. No identity. Heard it broke his leg and his pelvis. But you can imagine there have been images posted of this guy hanging over the edge and he couldn't learn..
"cardin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Overnight. We should see clear skies dropping down to the upper thirties around 40 ft. Below. Then, on Wednesday Sunny and 64 Thursday partly cloudy and 61 it's 61 right now and Chandler whether brought to you By Howard Air. I'm Deck Aylin on Arizona's news Station. Katya Our News. Arizona's news station, K T. A. R news 92 3 FM. You're locked into the gate Owes and Chad show do it. Monica Lucien Berry marksman within for Gators and Chad on this Tuesday, coldest day of the week, coldest day of the New Year. The old year head head head to New Year's Eve on Thursday. And Monica. Sad news today. You probably even know who this is. But Pierre Cardin, you ever hear him worse? I know who that is A zoo man My age. Pierre Cardin was he put his name on everything is a famous designer. Really, really good designer that at some point kind of started branding his name out there, and I still remember a Zaha Young boy teenage boy getting my first suit. And it was a Pierre Cardin. My parents take Yes. Compare card on And it was That was a big thing. Well, he passed away today. He was 98 years old. Wow. So, yeah, it is a long life that is, and he just passed. I saw that name was like my goodness. Look at that made famous on Seinfeld as well. Hey, the shaming. We were just talking about this before the news on people with the Mass. There's definitely been some of that, right whether you're shaming people for wearing a mask or shaming him for not wearing a mask. There's there have been. There's a lot of attitude. People have out in public about people who feel very strong. They do. And I think the next step here is going to start. We're gonna start shaming people who don't get the vaccine. I think that's next. Now. Spain has already announced they're going to keep a registry of people who don't get vaccinated. So I guess you'll come off the Red Street when you get your vaccine, And the question now is What are we gonna do here? The United States? I don't know that they'll be a registry. I don't think you'll be able go online and look, but they'll be a secret registry where we're gonna know, right? I mean, look, I have friends who for whatever their reasons are aren't going to get this vaccine. They've told me that I think a couple of more wavering they may get it eventually. And if Look, if you're saying you're not gonna get it because you want to see if there's any side effects, or you're worried about it not being fully fully understand, tested. Sure. But for some people like a friend of mine who are very healthy, and they say, I don't love the put this in my body. I don't like people injecting stuff. Body Is my temple. Anything? Yeah. I don't get a flu shot, either. I'm healthy. If I get this, I'll be okay. I'll come out of it. I'll be okay. And as I've started talking some of them, I said, Well, You're probably right. But what if you're the one in 100 or one in 200? Because we have heard about young people, people in their thirties and forties and fifties that were, for all intents and purposes. They were very healthy and took care of themselves. But unfortunately this hit them and they died. I mentioned earlier this week. I have a friend who I hadn't seen in a while, but we stay in touch online a little bit. And he was 48 years old, and he just died of coronavirus. Any two little kids and it's It's awful. And those who is the exception, not the rule, but it happens. So you look at someone and say, why would you risk it if this vaccine is here? That is so effective and will block it and keep you from getting covered most of the time. Why wouldn't you take that? And when you start asking that way, it weakens them a little bit, because there's not no, there's no evidence that it's harming you. There's no I mean the first member we were getting They're injecting a tracker into you. And there's only a Bill Gates is putting his name and address and your arm. Whatever it is, Okay, well, that's not happening..
Iconic designer Pierre Cardin dies at 98
"Iconic designer who helped create the looks of the sixties has died. Pierre Cardin has died. He was 98. The designer, was born. In Italy than educated in France, where he worked for Christian Dior. Cardin was known for futurist looks that were sometimes made of vinyl and other synthetics, creating iconic designs of the sixties. He also invented the mod chic styles of the seventies. Cardin was also a pioneer of transforming elite fashion into designs for everyday people at the peak of his success in the seventies and eighties. His products were sold It 100,000 locations worldwide.
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"2 $2000. But many Republicans balked. The vote was to 75 to 1 34 on Lee 44 Republicans out of nearly 200. The house voted to support the president's plan. House also voting to override President Trump's veto of the massive defense bill with over 100 Republicans voting against the president. The defense bill has passed for 59 straight years, but President Trump Vito did last week because there is no provision to end section 2 30, which protects Internet firms and calls for base is named after Confederate generals to be changed. In Washington. Lucas Tomlinson Fox News Those $2000 coronavirus stimulus checks may not have enough support to get through the Senate and President Trump on Twitter writes. Weak and tired Republican leadership will allow the bad defense bill to pass. Home prices jump nearly 8% in October from a year ago. That's the largest annual increases. June 2014. The Corona virus pandemic has more people looking for bigger homes, maybe with office or work out or more outdoor space and that demand is driving up prices. The fashion designer Pierre Cardin, died 98 years old. The designer was born in Italy than educated in France, where he worked for Christian Dior Cardin was known for futurist looks. It was sometimes made of vinyl and other synthetics, creating iconic designs of the sixties. He also invented the mod chic styles of the seventies, Cardin was also a pioneer of transforming elite fashion into designs for everyday people. At the peak of his success in the seventies and eighties, his products were sold It 100,000 locations worldwide. Oxygen. Es Sola Americans listening to Fox News likey 20. W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go ahead of schedule. It's 28 Sunny in Indianapolis. I'm Donny Burgess. Here's what's turning.
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"Other forms of piracy can be considered felonies, but streaming kind of wasn't in that category. Until now, the bill increases fines and for repeat offenders. Penalties of up to 10 years in prison passes. The news has caught the attention of people who use live streaming services like twitch. Also a lot of concern from streamers specifically like twitch streamers who might be streaming footage of a game or a movie, as you know, as part of their general streaming and what this is going to mean for them, but lawmakers see it isn't designed to target individuals. This isn't about you or me. Downloading a movie that maybe we should download. It's about the people who are building for profit sites to share that material with tech trends. I'm generally in ABC News. We got word this morning from Paris that Pierre Cardin has died. The French designer who's famous name and bossed everything from rich wrist watches to bedsheets. He was 98 years old. He was a licensing maverick. His name went on thousands of products. And in the brand's heyday in the seventies and eighties, goods bearing his fancy cursive signature were sold it about 100,000 outlets worldwide, and that number dwindled dramatically in later years as his products were increasingly regarded this cheaply made and his clothing, which decades earlier had remained virtually unchanged from his 19 sixties era styles. Felt almost laughably dated, in the words of some fashion critics that Pierre Cardin definitely made his mark again. He was 98 years old. Homeowners time 7 29, and we have an ABC News update over the years you've brought them into your home. You were prescribed opioids.
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"Hello. This is Danielle. Yeah. Off yet Scott with the BBC News. The British government is coming under growing pressure to further tighten coronavirus restrictions as infections sword despite strict prevention measures across much of the country. More than 41,000 new cases were recorded on Monday, Pal of Ghost reports. Scenario that officials and healthcare staff most feared over rapid surgeon cases at a time when hospitals are most under pressure appears to be coming true. There are already more than 20,000 covert patients in hospitals in England higher than at the peak of the first wave in April. Many of the government scientific experts believe that there's a significant risk of a further rise in cases they believe that minister should get ahead of the virus by imposing tougher restrictions sooner rather than later. On earthquake of magnitude 6.4 has struck central Croatia, causing serious damage. The town of Petrina appears to have been worst hit. At least one person. A 12 year old girl was killed his are Balkans correspondent Night, Delauney. The quake struck at lunchtime and appears to have caused the worst damage in the town of PETA Rayna Pictures from the scene show rubble on the roads and buildings in a state of collapse. Emergency workers could be seen rescuing people from the wreckage. Trainee is man made an appeal for the national authorities to help Prime Minister Andrei Plank of itches responded by sending hundreds of soldiers. Croatia's capital Zagreb has also been affected. Power cuts brought the city's trends to a halt, and police called on residents to stay off the roads. The French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98. He was hailed for his vision recreations but also for being a pioneer off stylish, ready to wear clothes for the masses. During his more than seven decades in fashion. Pierre Cardin overhauled the industry by successfully licensing his brand name Natasha Greenberg looks back at his life. From childhood. Pierre Cardin Heart was set on a life in fashion. He left home at 17 to work for a tailor in Vichy and after the second World War designed in Paris for pack and do your before he began in business on his own. Hold on, acquired a reputation as a designer of extravagant and fantastic costumes, who was also the first leading couturier to break with tradition by designing ready to wear clothes, Firstly for women, and then for men. Fell down, was particularly influential in the 19 sixties, His space age collection featured knitted can't suit's tight leather trousers and batwing jumpsuits. Russia says it has banned several German security and intelligence officials from entering the country in response to European Union sanctions. The Foreign Ministry did not name the people it banned. In October, the EU imposed sanctions on the head of Russia's military intelligence service and other officials suspected off involvement in a computer hacking attack on the German parliament. World News from the BBC. This is W. N. Y. C in New York at 904. Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. Healthcare providers could be fined up to a million dollars or have their New York state licenses revoked if they violate vaccine distribution guidelines. That's under a new executive order, which governor Cuomo said he signed yesterday. It comes after the state opened an investigation into a look. Local urgent care company called Park Care Health Commissioner Dr Howard Zucker said the company's first wrong move was when it filled out a form telling the state it was qualified to receive the vaccine when it wasn't That's strike one and number two. They moved it from one area to another area, which was inappropriate. So that's strike two on then they gave it to people who were not on the priority list. And so that was strike three. The state attorney general is now investigating. In a statement, a spokesperson for the company said it administered 869 of the 2300 doses of the vaccine it received and has now returned the remainder of the doses to the state. Manhattan's district attorney is investigating a confrontation in which a woman allegedly falsely accused Ah black teenager of stealing her phone. Cheon Harold, a prominent jazz musician, posted a video of the incident on Social Media. He says. The woman scratched, tackled and grabbed his 14 year old son in the lobby of the downtown Manhattan hotel where they were staying, Harold says an uber driver returned the woman's phone shortly afterward. In a tweet. Mayor de Blasio called the incident racist and says the woman's behavior quote was an affront to.
Pierre Cardin, French fashion designer, dies aged 98
"Off the roads. The French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98. He was hailed for his vision recreations but also for being a pioneer off stylish, ready to wear clothes for the masses. During his more than seven decades in fashion. Pierre Cardin overhauled the industry by successfully licensing his brand name Natasha Greenberg looks back at his life. From childhood. Pierre Cardin Heart was set on a life in fashion. He left home at 17 to work for a tailor in Vichy and after the second World War designed in Paris for pack and do your before he began in business on his own. Hold on, acquired a reputation as a designer of extravagant and fantastic costumes, who was also the first leading couturier to break with tradition by designing ready to wear clothes, Firstly for women, and then for men. Fell down, was particularly influential in the 19 sixties, His space age collection featured knitted can't suit's tight leather
Famed French designer Pierre Cardin dies at 98
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting famed French designer Pierre Cardin dies at ninety eight famed French designer Pierre Cardin has died according to the French academy of fine arts he was ninety eight Cardin became a fashion icon beginning in the nineteen fifties and rose to fame in the nineteen sixties with futuristic styles that included sharp shapes and graphic patterns in the nineteen seventies and eighties through aggressive licensing the card then name became a world brand embossed on thousands of products from wristwatches to bed sheets the fine arts academy did not give the cause of death or say where he died hi Mike Rossio
Pierre Cardin Was the First Frenchman to Open a Business in Communist China
"French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has die made his name by a pending fashion styles in the 19 sixties and seventies, putting women in bubble dresses and futuristic space suits in 1978 Pierre Cardin was the first Frenchman toe open a business in communist China. He organized a fashion show in Beijing's Forbidden City. Carlin was also a savvy businessman on successfully licensed his brand name. Here's is one of the most familiar names in fashion. He died in Paris age. 98. Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS Paris,
Iconic designer Pierre Cardin dies at 98
"Designer pierre cardin has died at the age of ninety eight in a career spanning more than seven decades he was best known for his avangard style and his space age design. He found this fashion house in nineteen fifty and introduced the iconic bubble dress in one thousand nine hundred eighty four koran was born in italy in one thousand nine hundred ninety two but later emigrated to france in a statement. His family said he died at a hospital today. Outside of
Congress OK’s memorial to fallen journalists on national land in Washington, DC
"Reserve resilience of the district students and teachers. A bill that allows the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation to build a memorial in D. C is headed President Trump's desk after lawmakers passed it this week. Congress has approved Bill Being a national memorial toe fallen journalists on federal land downtown. It comes two years after five people were killed in a mass shooting in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, co sponsor Maryland Senator Ben Cardin says those who personify the First Amendment rights granted to every citizen have made the nation stronger. The bill now goes to President Trump. The fallen Journalist Memorial Foundation will choose the location and worked to raise the
Can Airport COVID-19 Testing Encourage More People To Fly?
"So if you're itching to travel the airlines for their part are going to say go ahead and do it many airlines are requiring masks there disinfecting cabins they're touting their hospital great air filtration systems. They're even starting to Cova tests at the airport. Here's NPR's David Schaper. Imagine. A Hawaiian vacation with the lush islands, sparkling beaches. It's the kind of trip people planned for way in advance and then cove. It got in the way we had a trip from last spring that Battie added his wife and four kids postponed their dream vacation back in. March. When Hawaii began requiring every traveler to self quarantine for fourteen days upon arrival that essentially shutdown tourism after all who would wanna fly all the way to Hawaii just to be trapped in their hotel room for two weeks. But the bad he had a family finally landed Honolulu's airport last week after it opened to those who test negative for the corona virus, we got a rapid test. It took about thirty minutes you know. The NASAL SWAB tests. Everybody's clear. Ever excited in airlines are excited to to get paying customers back on their plane. So they're now offering passengers preflight cove in nineteen testing for some destinations united was the first to announce on the spot preflight testing at San Francisco's airport for Hawaii bound travelers for results fifteen minutes it cost you two, hundred, fifty dollars. There are also cheaper forty eight hour in home or clinic testing options and other airlines are following suit now even some. Airports are getting into the COVID testing game. We do the test right here in the main terminal Tampa. International Airport CEO. Joel Lapointe says his airport is offering travellers to any destination two kinds of tests. The rapid test which will give you results in fifteen minutes cost fifty seven dollars, and then the more accurate our test costs a hundred and twenty five dollars and you get your results within forty eight hours a few other airports now offer testing. To, Henry heartfelt heads the atmosphere research group travel industry research firm what the airlines and airports are trying to do is remove every possible obstacle. People have when they start to think about taking a trip but some public health experts our concern because not all of the tests are reliable and what that means is that the likelihood that they will actually identify a positive case in an a symtomatic individual is fairly low Mercedes. Cardin is an epidemiologist at. Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. You could get a negative test but in fact a day or two later, your viral levels could surge and then you're really quite infectious and so I fear that it provides a false sense of security to do the on the spot testing the less the business travel association's joining others in calling for more widespread airport cove in nineteen testing in an attempt to jump-start industry decimated by the pandemic
CDC reverses COVID-19 testing guidance after report of interference
"Guidelines suggesting that people who have been exposed to the Corona virus don't necessarily have to get tested. NPR's Rob Stein reports. The revised guidance comes as thie us near is 200,000 deaths from Coben 19. The CDC is now saying that anyone who has had close contact with someone with covert 19 should get tested for the virus. The updated Cardin's comes after the agency had come under heavy criticism for previously suggesting that testing of exposed people isn't always necessary. Public health experts say testing exposed people is crucial to spot any new infections quickly and prevent new outbreaks from occurring. The confusion over the CDC recommendations has raised widespread concern about political interference, damaging CDC crucial role in providing reliable advice during a public health crisis. Rob Stein. NPR NEWS Belarus is accusing the U.
Cheriss May & Idris T Solomon
"Thanks for doing this guys for the last couple of weeks I have been thinking about what role I. wanted the show to play in terms of the dialogue that's happening. With this and I thought it was better than me. Sort of giving voice to it myself that it be a much better to have a dialogue with people is one of the things. I was realizing over the last two weeks outside of my own house. Old I really haven't discussed this stuff in. You know my wife and I have talked about how `bout it, but I really hadn't. Beyond that really. Considered? What kind of conversations I? I would want to have with people outside of my own home. My own faith and I think it is important dialogue to have especially. Amongst photographers photography are actually documenting. What's happening right now, but it will also lived the experience of being. Covering this. Just, just briefly I I experienced the LA riots back in I think it was ninety to ninety one. And one of the things and I grew up in that neighborhood I grow near arts in Normandy probably about two miles. My family's home is is there. And one of the things that I remember very vividly. Besides all the cast that was happening is the presence of a lot of photographers in those communities. Not just the photo journalist, but a lot of people who were just photographing independently. One of the things that really bothered me about that. Is that a lot of those people had never come to the community photographic before. That, many of them would not come back afterwards. And then later on when I would look at portfolios. like six months to a year later I would see images. That were made during the riot. But they were without any sort of context or any sort of greater egg relation of what had happened what led to those events happening? Changing and that's spurred me to work on a project. That I've been working on now for thirty years on downtown Los Angeles largely because I felt like at the time. This is years before it became what it is now in terms of gentrification, but it was a part of Los Angeles I had grown up in and I felt that had been dismissed to a great degree and I just wanted to. Use My camera to sort of illustrate. What I felt was beautiful, interesting about a part of Los Angeles that was fiving and important to a minority community here in Los Angeles now it's become gentrified in now. It's completely at very very different thing, but as I see the events of the last couple of weeks, I have thought very much the same thing. You're saying all these people going out and making photographs. And I just felt like you know us as photographers regardless of race. We have to think about. Not just the kinds of pictures that we make, but those pictures are intended for. And the impact it can have especially if those of us who are out there. Making photographs are not working journalists and I just wanted to have a dialogue with both of you. Because you guys are both working photographers on the east, coast. Photographing these events and Photographing. Events. Not only American society with Black Cultural Society before going to continue doing this. And I just to hear I your own personal. How you are both Alliott. Both are personally experiencing these events. And then we can get into much greater conversation in terms of the role of photography now and going forward, cherise, I think you can take since you've actually been out in a failed. Covering summit is now well I have to say first and foremost as a black woman have a personal stake in experience with what's going on. I have my personal stories of you know experiencing racism. I can remember as far back as I was in third grade. The was third grade when I I was called a nigger. From there I became more aware of that in. It has carried through to the woman. I am today. I've had experiences of being stopped. While driving my car in questioned, whose car is this where you going? Where do you live, you know? At broke. No Laws I've had experiences of male male family members and friends who have had violent interactions so having that personal story it gives me a perspective when I go in and I'm actually covering the current the current things that are going on now with the protest in the demonstrations that are happening all over. ME. What I will say is this time it feels different of cupboard, protests and things before, but this time it feels like the youth are really what what I've seen. What I've noticed is the youth are more engaged in their on fire in their serious You can see that there are so many young people out there. In their organized they have an agenda. They have action items. And they're calling for certain things to be done or they will continue. With the protests with the work that feels very different, because it's a stronger a stronger voice now the other thing I'm seeing that's different out there are. There are more white people out there this time. Whereas before it was mostly black, people who were calling you know saying. Stop doing this to me. And calling for change now you have white youth who were out there as well as I saw other people, too, but like I said it's been mostly like a younger movement in terms of who are really out there in the numbers with them. Having what experience yesterday was. They have printed out their agenda and these action items in. They've given it to their legislative representatives. They're calling them. They're following up, so that's been probably like the biggest thing I've seen. Is that the youth are more engaged which. May Have Time In. They're not giving up in there, not scared That's the other thing you know. They're not scared to voice the problems that they see. They're not. To demand for these changes. This time around of being closer to home and I've been watching. Some of my friends out. There believe covering this protest top to bottom in light was such a high level of qualities amazing. Is One of those things where. Fast, forward, twenty thirty forty years and twenty twenty is in the history books. Would be proud to say that I know a lot of top officials. Who when documenting this time in history? So I've been close to home, you know I have a five year old son, and for me. The question of should I be out there? Covering this or should I be here covering my son? and. That's been a big question mark throughout the last week and a half when. The protests began and last night was the first night that. You know told my wife I'm going to go out there. It will fuel events happening in picked when I was close to home in. Backed up mcgeer? Wait now and by the time I got is the crowd had already dispersed. I was online trying to figure out if there was something else happening now close enough that I can get to. And the social media feeds had updated at that time so I, just said all right. Let me just go home. When I got home I started. Seeing all feeds, update and I just. decided to stay home, but you know my wife was. Worried rightfully so I would have been choosing to go out after the curfew. Dowse set in New York, which means that. Just, walk into my car I. could have just been arrested. Just welcome to the car or driving Cardin I'm seeing footage of police officers. Yanking people out of the car the after curfew, so those are the things that you ought. To Take into consideration and you know I. didn't grow was father's radio home so the last thing I wanna do is put myself in this situation where I'm not at home for my son so. I do know that they are the ways that we can be protesting that we can't be revolutionizing. You know it's not just a one-size-fits-all type of situation you know on. We can revolutionize by reading informing ourselves equipment ourselves with enough knowledge and information today. The was not pulled over is anymore. Re can right you know contribute with words you know. I'm seeing a lot of photographers being jerked around with the licensing so so so bringing awareness to how can properly get business stuff to together Sodano? Getting jerked and we get the proper value for all photos does a lot of different ways that we can contribute to this protest without being in front
Democrats stall Trump's $250B business virus aid package
"Republicans introduced legislation to add two hundred fifty billion dollars to the program aimed at helping businesses keep employees on the payroll we need more funding and we need it fast Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell tried to fast track the legislation is there objection to object Sir from Maryland with Ben Cardin and Democrats demanding among other things protections for minority owned businesses having trouble getting money from traditional lenders we got to get this right accusing McConnell of a political stunt he knew would fail the legislation is not dead with both sides agreeing more money is urgently needed Sager make ani Washington
Trump's Syria envoy says he wasn't consulted on troop withdrawal
"Senators continue their bipartisan condemnation of president trump's decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria correspondent Linda Kenyan has that story the trump administration special envoy for Syria and the anti ISIS coalition says he was not consulted about president trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria James Jeffrey told the Senate foreign relations committee the volatile situation created by the U. S. troop withdrawal has been made even more volatile now that Russia has become involved this devil's brew mixes together the three champions of Middle East asada local despot aside arguably worse than Saddam a Qaddafi and ideological stayed on the March a rien in several variants of radical Islamic terror from ISIS to our newsroom given all of that and the fact that the US abandon its Kurdish allies were fighting ISIS senator Ben Cardin and Jeffrey does he agree with the president's action you are fully in accord with the president's decision to relocate our troops I carry out the instructions my question to you full you've you've now said didn't have any effect so do you agree with this policy or not I agree that presidents have to make that decision not people in the bureaucracy such as any for the record you did not answer my question Jeffries testimony came as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell brought a resolution to the Senate floor denouncing Turkey's invasion of northern Syria and prodding president trump to hold his withdrawal of US troops from the region we cannot effectively support our partners on the ground without a military presence McConnell did not include sanctions against Turkey for its aggression against the Kurds saying now is not the time when it is like extremely carefully before we employ the same tools against a democratic NATO allies that we would against the worst rogue state Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the president's actions effectively on least those very rogue states the currents were fighting to contain their ISIS prisoners escaping and Schumer says this puts the US in danger this one of the worst decisions in decades senator Tammy Duckworth a wounded war veteran says to prevent another terrorist attack the U. S. cannot turn its back on its allies to work with us now and of course says trump has not only betrayed America's allies he has betrayed the American people I am tired of trump wrapping himself in the flag in the morning and then abandoning our troops our allies and our values by the
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"George nori with you our final segment with the little Naldo route all Cole how may doing on your last name Ronaldo pretty close. we'll go through to call is that a cell yeah. there was brutal child many years ago I'm interested to give our what we leave before we go to the call I would love to respond to that last caller okay. right yeah go ahead yeah two things there he was talking about whether or not basically the planet goes more than six thousand years back any you know that could be a pretty contentious subject a lot of people. I want to share with you a really great story that comes out of the scopes monkey trial they recall the scopes monkey trial William Jennings Bryan was pleading the case of Adam and eve in the garden. illegal to teach in Tennessee the idea of the theory of evolution. Clarence Darrow was defending the concept of evolution well we don't want that case but one indicated court of public opinion. what happened with this case was so contentious it was so do this was like waking up the civil war because it was but people real of their religion. that's a very famous Jesuit priest named JRT sure they have. wrote an incredible observation about that contest and he said you know. if it doesn't really matter whether you think there was a garden of Eden or you think that people before we all agree humans are here now why don't we start from that perspective. the fighting about what may or may not have occurred it doesn't really have relevance today so how shall we live now was question and lets the heel that injury by saying we are humans however we got here no we won't do together as humans about what Cardin was actually I was but the pope initially because he was viewed as too radical and it turned out that the the record of history he won the battle. with people because if you get all wrapped up in your knickers on whether the planet six thousand acres or not it becomes a religious conversation just like the platter. and we're just conversations don't really help us if we're trying to come up with scientific conclusion so if you wanna know how old rock use use carbon dating don't look it up in the Thomas. the person the Tom well there's no question to me this planet is four and a half billion years old not six that would be the evidence if you're talking evidence not sure exactly what you're just talking facts don't just facts that's a lie. Carlos so I I sure that because I think it's really port and I also wanted to share one of the thing which I think is really important and the there is he was talking with the rise of anti semitism in New York let's get real the semitism is right into a symptom of rising all over this country and frankly he would faster in Europe. and I think one of the reasons very sad. he said and I blame that Bibi Netanyahu for a big part of it really why absolutely because in babies. first for power over such a long period of time he's been willing to make alliance after alliance that are not in the interest of the Jewish people look at what he's doing it with the Saudis frankly look what he's doing it trying to cobble together his next which is not gonna make it I don't think the cabinet. why did but why is he fighting so hard to stay in power because he's about to be indicted so it is not because of noble view of the Israeli state. and what I think we should happen is that Israel should be the neutral broker the bank if you will the Switzerland of the Middle East and the out of clients on both sides of the aisle SUNY entry why get caught in a war Saudis talk Benjamin Netanyahu into starting with the run by getting the American people of the Iran deal how crazy is that until they solve the Palestinian issue they'll never be peace out in that region well it is usually brings I think by the way I think brings up the heart of why I am concerned and so we know would be be just ran for reelection unsuccessfully. he pledged he would take over all the west bank characters which is not with the Palestinians want to hear well not only that but it would be reversing all of the political and historical view of the American government including the current one back for fifty sixty years. okay so we we doing he's violating American foreign policy for vain glorious attempt to get himself reelected it didn't even work wasn't. but with a heavily armed because they realize that their their military risk is greater Netanyahu than it would be putting the general in charge that's right by the way that's that's that's that's shared all the security forces in Israel been fed up with Netanyahu for years so in an attempt to cling to power BB has subjected to the Israeli people to a rise in. ocean. and and and there are a lot of other reasons for anti semitism and I'm not blaming Benjamin Netanyahu all by himself but what I am saying is if you are Jewish what you want to do is hold up the peacemakers in your midst and you will meet you will find peace remember little Gandhi quote if you believe in the Old Testament and hyper nine two for two we will all end up to listen blah. all right he was all righty what so again it's not so we met you know so don't take me like complaining everything I know that there's a terrible illness of the land about one way at the semitism is growing and by the way there's a terrible illness in the land in the way that people have gotten very jingoistic and I think racist and a lot of ways and I think it shows up all kinds of different ways and be great conversation have longer but I do believe that and I have a very long history of association with the Jewish state just to let you know and was basically all of my partners virtually all of them for the last forty years of fifty years of the joke so it's not like I'm saying this is a Christian looking down and use the exact opposite what I'm hoping for is I can create help to create with my Jewish brothers and sisters a more peaceful world because I don't believe anti semitism has any place anywhere in the world and we need to work on it together and I think that any Israeli leader like Netanyahu who's rejected by his own military by his own secret service by his own shin bet all those people. can't keep trying to create controversy in the name of the Jewish they wanted to in the name of Benni BB Netanyahu I hope you failed for the cabin I think you will fail and I think that dance was not exactly a radical he's a former head of the Israeli military will form a cabinet and they will now start to work on a meaningful solution to the Palestinian question because remember that the challenge here is if there is no Palestinian state in Israel have Philip Arabs vote inside of Israel and that would be the end of the Jewish state that's an interesting take let's go to Carlos and San Francisco go ahead Carlos good evening good morning too you can organize your guest Mr vertigo as I was explaining to your screen or in trying to formulate my question I'm really unclear as far as the geo political core has as as a geopolitical strategy with regards to what I am little I understand about the petrol dollar and I was asking I wanted to ask your gas if you could clarify the pencil dollar as the type of military foreign policy to insure or contribute in some way to peace in the region and if we go you know Middle East oil free how how does the pencil dollar retain any value from any type of geo political peace in the region okay explain a little bit of that friend although because that's what's got Saddam Hussein in hot water. yeah it would you use the term it's hard to get your first name Carlos this is Carlos circle that's a part of when you use the term petrol double but what you mean I think and I'm just checking to see if this is true the amount of money that gets created in dollars from the sale of oil is that what you mean by federal dollars well that's one that's one understanding that I've that I've deduced from the content that I've availed myself to and another and another iteration of what I understand is that the US currency that whatever oil is produced or whatever oil is and the commodity of well within the region within trading partners of L. packed that it's hard to to the value of the US currency as opposed to other currencies and so so let me let me go because the together for you okay a few minutes ago go ahead or not so the petrol dollars is it is generally referrals to to the all the dollars that are made from the sale of oil which up until this time I've always been done in U. S. denominated could change dollars so when you buy or sell oil in the world up until now you've done it in dollars and that's what the reason is because we have what's called the reserve currency the planet meeting where the backstop every other currency okay and when you are the reserve currency you can print as much debt as you want and nobody can take you down because you own the bank so to speak which is why we can have right now today two hundred percent of GDP that which is astronomically high higher than it was at the end of World War two if you believe that higher than it was is a percentage of GDP then at the end of the revolutionary war in the seventeen hundreds. what you're talking about though is a really important issue because with starting to happen is a number of countries are now trading oil in non dollar denominated transactions so you can buy Chinese oil. with the rainy in dollars you can buy Iranian oil with Chinese one or remember. what's happening is there's a there's a strong movement globally now unfortunately due to the U. S. dealt by pre replacing us as a reserve currency. the combination currencies and that will happen if we continue on the current course whether or not the petrol dollars tied to petroleum which is not where the real problem is the problem is that the dollar is the reserve currency and that is in jeopardy and in fact current ministration policies are pushing this further towards that jeopardy to the point where if we are not the reserve currency our debt levels will be unsustainable it's going to be me in Midland Texas style.
"cardin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Control measures I'm in caves president trump said he had a mostly congratulatory discussion with Ukraine's new leader and that Joe Biden and his son were discussed and the president as to consider making public a transcript of the phone call will make a determination about. how to release it releasing it saying what we said was an absolutely perfect conversation problem is when you're speaking a foreign leaders here one foreign leaders to. feel that they should be speaking openly and good you have to be talking to people Attorney General William Barr has been on Capitol Hill recently to meet with lawmakers about new gun control measures democratic senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tells NBC's meet the press that there could be progress on the issue the president trump would challenge the gun lobby Attorney General brought up to Congress last week a fairly reasonable proposal that would expand background checks to commercial sales there's some things I don't like about it but it's absolutely a platform for negotiation the NRA opposes it and so the critical question now is sitting on the president's desk if is he willing to take on the end right there's been a big increase in the number of tips about the potential for mass shooting experts say it's possible that media coverage of the mass shootings last month encourage more people to report suspicious activity the bureau says tips to law enforcers conned by fifteen thousand a week after thirty four people were killed in mass shootings in California Texas and Ohio last month but the forty say it's difficult to identify and predict who the next shooter will be even though some would be shooters send text messages or pose threats on social media I'm Jim Johnson tropical storm as person for the Virgin Islands importer Rico newly formed tropical storm Karen will move across the eastern Caribbean tonight and tomorrow and is packing forty mile an hour winds with higher gusts I am in Kate's. WMAL news at five oh two I'm Steve coming Maryland senator Ben Cardin says.
Should 10-Year-Old Kids Be Kept in Juvenile Detention?
"If I think back to being ten all oh really in the moment right like he didn't think about the future I didn't think about the future are even other people necessarily like you just ate the last biscuit or maybe you would twenty-five audits in in one sitting so that's not super unusual for ten year old but I mean if you there's no laws against eating all the biscuit yeah yeah and apart from the stupidity of this Biscuit Metaphor that essentially the argument that a lot of experts in campaign is using it the moment to try to convince the government that ten is too young to go to jail. Oh the biscuits or or anything really I mean. Call it juvenile detention but it's more or less the same thing so we spoke to someone who's worked with the kids who assembly spices. Dr mccreadie was a pediatrician Parkfield Youth Justice precinct in Melbourne like what do you see when you walk up to that place so looking at a secure facility so as the doctor had take rs scan to get through the front door and get my bags chicken makes right and you don't see young people walking around the premises unaccompanied I need. They're in lockdown or in their rooms. I've not and win. They're in and I've been spicer supervised but it's certainly got the leave feel secure facility and what are the kind of rooms like. Is it kind of look like a kid's an owner Keith. That's right now. It doesn't the rooms what you imagine prison. Cells is television. The ruins a very thick secure door. The root of two room and most of the children are in single rooms is a few that were buying latching mushroom single renter not television elevation no cancels or anything else which could possibly use to is where things off to self harm with so certainly a feeling of deprivation when you walk into the roofs. What do you think it would have been like being someone. Is You nine ten. Eleven twelve live somewhere like that. I think gets an appropriate place. We've got to remember that in all states criminal responsibility is ten years of age and that means the children from the age of ten which could being grateful can be arrested helping the police cell before magistrate any pass Writing Prison Mark Environments and these we're talking about really young children at young age or the young ended now have reached ten year old boy. Mutt Life Eddie kilograms sentiment is so really talking about very small children and it's interesting for example. The World Children's hospital recommends that children schouten should be the cab boost to say to a hundred and forty five centimeters must ten eleven. We would still be small enough to be in a booster say on the community. How often would you see someone that young coming through the doors of facility might pop Ville supposed in across a stray the six hundred children a year under the age of fourteen in that detention. Most of them are remanded the number actually found guilty of a crime that six hundred children a year sixty to seventy percent of children regional United States so obviously tennis is the point at which courts will right. We can hold you responsible but how how frequent is it will. How uncommon is it to to see a ten year old coming through or or a court excising that ride once kids he ten eleven that we've recently saying key to attend charged edged they may not be incarcerated charged magistrates children's coats try to put him in protective scaffolding around around children but absent children incacerated because I got made by all conditions in the bio conditions because the way the style of Child Protection Shinnecock Feis them and because the char protection's gotten away the place in the magistrates do have the capacity to put them remains or radically for their it kitchen so there are efforts my to keep the ten to fourteen year olds should been charged with crimes out of the centers but sometimes the alternatives hundreds just out there right and it's like this is the first time that anyone has heard the argument that ten is on the young side to go to jail like Queensland and the Northern Territory have both been handed recommendations mendacious to raise the age of criminal responsibility to fourteen year but so far nothing's changed so last week a twelve year old original boy from the NCAA traveled to the UN in Geneva to the case Muslims dawn. I'm twelve years old. I'm from India and God were country. I came here to speak with you because Australia. Incumbent is not listening thus at Alz Nebulous and the kids like me but we have important thanks to say I'm the Stein and your documentary and my blood runs. The film shot style felt like a failure at school. I was always worried about being taken from my family. House nearly locked up in Linden House lucky because my family had no rhyme smart they love me. They found a way to keep me safe. There are some things I want to see changed. I Want my school to be run BAB paypal. I want adults to stop curling tenure kids and Dale. I want my language. Don Cardin language films on kids. It is a bad dreams hopes and our rights. I hope you could make things better for us Thank you
"cardin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Call eight eight eight nine eight eight. Josh, that's triple eight nine eight eight. J. O S H now. Let's get back in the huddle with the financial quarter. Bac. Secure. I don't know who the three congress people. Who were against this Bill, but I want to salute them the we know who is against this Bill will we know. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio and Senator Ben Cardin, of Maryland, were for it. That's the Senate version. Retha. R. E S A. It's one of the top priorities. I don't I I don't know if we can get the roll call vote cow, my producer of see who voted against the secure act. Convert did against the security of retirement individuals. Now, if you vote for this cure act or against it, I want to salute you, and it's time to call your Senator and say vote against the secure act, it will make your retirement less secure. So go ahead. Who do we have? Go ahead, Jerry. Josh? I have to ten years, certain RA's, and I've collected on both of them, and they're over ten years. But when I took these, they guaranteed at the were finished at the ten year certain that you would still continue to get the same amount of money until you die. Okay. Is that is that going to affect these IRA's, this new guess, in that it's not going to affect an annuity? I mean, if if you've a ten year certain annuity. Ten years certain newly you're still gonna get the income, your heirs would not. No, I realize that. So, in other words, it's not going to set anything. That's it's got to be grandfathered in. No, it's not grandfathered in see, that's okay. If you have how much do you have an IRA? Well, the one was like eighty five thousand and the other one was like thirty. Okay. Okay. It's about hundred fifteen the, the point of this law is when you die that hundred fifteen has to be spent down over ten years that wine fifteen when you pass would have to be emptied. All the money that is put in. But they guarantee will this is what you're referring to is, then, in new itty where you get guaranteed lifetime income for ten years certain and your life. It's life and ten years, which means that, if you died before the ten years were up. Let's say you died in the seventh year, the company would pay for three remaining years, and then pay them, nothing only has no impact on that because you're spending it out of. So because when you die, in fact, it makes all I raise when one dies, a ten year certain nuit, that's exactly good illustration. Okay. So if you die with the one fifteen in wasn't NA tenure certain newest sin a regular IRA, or a regular annuity, not an immediate nudity. Tenure immediate annuity. Album with this Bill. Is it forces, the heirs to spend the money and pay the tax? And by the way, the nays were just an Amash Representative masi and Representative ROY according to the a roll call vote. So Thomas Massie the Republican in Kentucky's fourth congressional district Republican and then Representative ROY I don't know who that is. But off the competitive ROY of the twenty first district of Texas, sort of three principal conservatives who are not going or libertarian ish minded people who don't think this is good Niagara with them. So I agree with three people in congress. Two hundred and thirty Democrats, not one, a democrat voted against the Bill. There were four who were no votes and some some Republican votes as well. Three seven Republican votes, but two hundred thirty as for the Democrats one hundred eighty seven yeas for the Republicans, four hundred seventy two three so go ahead. Sorry..
"cardin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You are listening to Kelly Kodama said killing Cardin of sawn credible salon located in the hard rock hotel in Las Vegas. It's gonna be exciting. I don't for the hard rock that loves to have people come in and looking for your specifically. But I gotta think it is a big deal for communities because people, you know. It's a way where you'll find out. Great people by doing those things you're gonna find the best people are going to be comfortable that will you recommend the place. Whatever it is. It's going to be good in that makes it all the more valuable to keep you as the place, they take care of their hair. So we wanna give back give back as much as we possibly can. I mean, and that's why it's so nice to be hard. Because you know, we did galley is literally right below our salon. So you could away you can do that you could be in and out, and we wanna be able to support the community. So we're supporting countless soccer teams. Baseball teams football team being involved in the community that way, we support, you know, diabetes foundations throughout like that that I really think that today in today's society and today's feeling as far as the generation that we're dealing with now most of the kids that I work with now, I call them kids. It's not I mean, I because I think I'm like family, but most of the kids now are more more engaged in why we're doing it and what we're doing so back in the day. It used to be you know, I can give you this amount of money, and that that would make your decision, but nowadays people are saying, okay. Well, what difference I'm gonna make that making my decision on where I'm going to work. And that's what we wanna do as we continue on a writing your mission statement, you're devoted to innovation. As you see this field, as we mentioned before it's something that hasn't changed a lot. And yet you're doing something nobody else's done as you will come to the future is something where to really continue to kind of dominate the business. It got to be on the cutting edge of this stuff. And it doesn't mean be strange either that just means getting people what they want. Well, and when you said being strange, I think that's a part that a lot of kids when they start off of the business if they go towards that's what number one. It's what attracts a lot of people to our business. But the opposite side something that for us is it different too. Because we have a lot of kids where when they go through this program. We actually haven't covered up their tattoos, if they have multiple things you haven't taken out the reason why is because we want to get a guest engage with the person as opposed to formula which and then once they built a business we been that back in because we don't want the person to be freaked out by the image. We want them to think. Wow. This phenomenal person. Oh, you happen to have to. Oh, you happen to have these things. So we're not trying to shock people. We wanna have upstanding, amazing people who happen to do gray hair. And if you want great hair, you gotta go to Kelly khardina salon. It's in the hard rock in Las Vegas, absolutely killing. Where is your place online? We can go. They can check it out. Make reservations. Before they head out. Absolutely. It's Kelly Cardini, salon dot com, and what I would suggest that if they have. And if any of you out there have an experienced the flood, we do think called shampoo champagne Sunday, and it's one of those days where I at downtimes most on open. You could come through have a phenomenal blow dry credible washouts experience. You have champagne.
"cardin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"To the people who are desperate Maryland. Democrat Senator Ben Cardin, this is Fox News. Accuweather forecast here. He's a plaza of sunshine this afternoon. High forty considerable cloudiness tonight with occasional rain followed by steadier rain low thirty one periods of rain in the morning tomorrow. Otherwise considerable clouds a mild day but turning breezy in the afternoon, high forty nine and a very windy day for Monday, high thirty two I'm Alicia Daniels. Newsradio eight ten and one zero three one WG by the capital region's. Breaking news, traffic and weather station. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. What's going on sports fanatics at sandy west? I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back this week in nineteen zero nine where the Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young at age forty one to the Cleveland naps who would eventually be called the Cleveland Indians. Young went nineteen fifteen to twenty six in his first season with Cleveland jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred fifty three August, a Bush junior. The head of Anheuser Busch brewing company buys the Saint Louis cardinals baseball team for three point seven five million dollars this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty Walter O'Malley, the owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers purchases Chavez ravine for four hundred ninety four thousand dollars Dodger Stadium open their April tenth nineteen sixty two this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty five Frank Gifford announces his retirement from football, and we'll move his career into the broadcast booth. Also this week in nineteen sixty five the NFL adds a sixth official on the field. The line judge this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy four Gordie Howe comes out of retirement for one million dollars to play for the Houston EROs of the newly formed world hockey association. Also on the team were his sons Mark and Marty how retired from hockey for good at age fifty to this week in one thousand nine hundred seven San Francisco Giants Barry Bonds signs, a record twenty two point nine million dollars two year contract and this week in two thousand sixteen at the fifty eighth Daytona five hundred Tenny Hamlin wins the closest finish in race history by just one one hundredth of a second over Martin true ex junior. That's your iheartradio weekend sports.
Criticism over Trump claiming credit for North Korea not launching missiles in 2018.
"Criticism today of US President Donald Trump saying and taking credit for not firing missiles, Kim, not fire any missile sense of. I Trump Kim summit democratic Senator Ben Cardin, says it's only because Kim doesn't need to do any testing Kim Jong has to be extremely pleased that he's been able to get legitimacy on the international front and has done virtually nothing the changes behavior within his own country. The president announced last night the second summit will be the end of the month in Vietnam and Chosun Ilbo reported the summit March for South Korea US military drills could be
‘We’re talking’: McConnell and Schumer attempt to defuse shutdown
"Government would reopen. The congress would go it with the White House and reach a deal to end the impasse over the border wall. Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, one of the leaders of the group says it represents a milestone for the first time in thirty four days. You've had a bipartisan group of senators coming together. The other leader is Maryland democrat, Ben Cardin, we are committed to working together to come up with a bipartisan proposal for border security in this country Graham who says he spoke to the president about this bipartisan efforts as Democrats probably could come away with some wins. You aren't eight hundred million dollars for refugee assistance. You'll get it. We all need more judges two hundred and fifty more border patrol agents on the border would be good for assault. But Graham, says the agreement also will have to include something else money for barrier is required to get this deal done Graham says he does not believe it will be a concrete wall. But rather a combination of border security measures, which in some cases might be fencing and others more border patrol agents or other enhancements the Senate is back at work today. So as the working group whether they can move the ball down the field at all remains to be seen. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's eleven past President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, and the Senate intelligence committee have agreed on February twelve interview date. The panel subpoenaed Cohen after he postponed his scheduled testimony in front of the house oversight committee, citing threats from the president, California, congressman, Eric swollen. Well, is urging Cohen to share his story before he heads to prison if I can address Michael Cohen. I I would tell him is someone who's talked to witnesses who have broken away from gangs before you know, one yet to protect. Yourself as well to be smart about that. In two you've already done the hard part. You've come forward you've broken away. You've given your account don't allow a paper tiger to bully you. And also, the the message that you sent to other witnesses with their courage can be very helpful in an investigation, California. Democratic Representative Eric's swale will Cohen will head to prison March sixth. It's twelve passed up next on America in the morning. The pope at World Youth Day
Trump says GOP "won" on failed Senate shutdown votes
"Played out. It was a day that began with high hopes that the end of the shutdown was near but hopes were dashed after the Senate failed to clear the sixty vote hurdle required a pass to separate bills. The White House back proposal failed by vote of fifty to forty seven. It would have reopened the government in exchange for five point seven billion dollars for President Trump's border wall and also would have extended temporary protections for some immigrants who have been in the country for years. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, urged senators, not to support it vote for the president's plan is very simply an endorsement of government by extortion. The second Bill championed by Senator Schumer failed despite this impassioned plea or amendment is nearly the same Bill Republicans all voted for a month ago. The Bill would have reopened the governor. Government under a short term CR or continuing resolution until February eighth during that time. Congress in the White House would presumably work out their differences on border security issues. Discord within the Republican party itself over the shutdown became evident when six GOP senators cross party lines and voted with the Democrats to cast the second Bill still at fell short of the sixty vote threshold it needed the final tally fifty two to forty four the back to back failures main the government shutdown continues in more than eight hundred thousand federal workers caught in the middle will miss another paycheck today, Texas, Republican Ted Cruz blamed the Democrats, it's not substantive. They voted for three hundred fifty miles a wall. So why are they shutting the government down over two hundred and thirty four miles of wall. Senator she told Cruz they didn't shut down the government last month. The Senate unanimously passed the short term Bill to keep the government open. It was leader McConnell's idea everyone thought the president would support it. But President Trump buckled. To the most extreme voices in his party and reversed his position at the eleventh hour, Ted Cruz wasn't buying it. Okay. We get they hate Donald Trump. If anyone in America had missed that point that they really really really don't like this man, they're yelling and screaming and bellowing has made that abundantly clear he was referring to Colorado democrat Michael Bennet who had had enough with the president's demand for a wall. This idea that he was going to build a medieval walled border of Texas, take it from the farmers and ranchers that were there the next. So now what I've never been more optimistic damn now, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham joining hands with a bipartisan working group proposing a three week continuing resolution during which time federal workers would go back to work the government would reopen the congress would go she it with the White House and reach a deal to end the impasse over the border wall. Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, one of the leaders of the group says it represents a milestone for the first time in thirty four days. You've had a bipartisan group of senators coming together. The other leader is Maryland democrat, Ben Cardin, we are committed to working together to come up with a bipartisan proposal for border security in this country Graham who says he spoke to the president about this bipartisan efforts as Democrats probably could come away with some wins aren't eight hundred million dollars for refugee assistance. She'll get it. We all need more. Judges two hundred fifty more border patrol agents on the border would be good for assault. But Graham says the agreement. It also will have to include something else money for barrier is required to get this deal. Done Graham says he does not believe it will be a concrete wall. But rather a combination of border security measures, which in some cases might be fencing and others more border patrol agents or other enhancements the Senate is back at work today. So is the working group whether they can move the ball down the field at all
"cardin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World is listening. Vase off reaction congress investigates. I'm Mike moss. The White House spokesman Sarah Sanders has two words for a potentially damaging report from BuzzFeed categorically false, the report alleges the president encouraged his former lawyer Michael Cohen delighted congress about Trump's business in Russia. More from correspondent, Linda Kenyon on Capitol Hill and Michael Cohen testifies before congress next month, he could reveal impeachable offenses Republican congressman Adam Kinsey of Ellen is cautious about using that term for a person like me to stand up and say, whether it's impeachable or not impeachable or anything on any of these frankly before we have this hotel evidence. I think is is frankly dangerous democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland, this information is extremely serious. Like kindergarten says let's get the facts they were congress really needs to do is protect them all our investigation. Michael Cohen testifies before a house committee on February eighth. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Crowds of people pack the national. Mall today for the March for life. The annual March against abortion March President Jean Mancini we have continued to March every single year, regardless of if there's a blizzard right thousand regardless of if there's subzero temperatures twenty fourteen right? Or even this year a government shutdown? The partial government shutdown on its twenty eighth day with no end in sight, the city of new London. Connecticut today opened up a pop up food free to help the coast guard staff who aren't getting paid. The White House has President Trump will hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon late next month. The US has tried to get the north to end its nuclear program. Encouraging reports about US China trade talks suggesting China is willing to even up the trade balance. But the US says it wants to be able to verify compliance.
"cardin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Talk radio five sixty San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon just tell Alexa, five six shutdown toll market bounce. I'm naked. There was no meeting of minds during Friday's session between President Trump and congressional leaders in an effort to end a partial government shutdown. Trump is sticking to his five point six billion dollar demand for border wall. Funding democratic Senator Ben Cardin says the shutdown is taking a toll. Clearly, this shutdown is ridiculous. It hurts. People people are trying to figure out how they're gonna pay their mortgages, how to pay their bills people who need government services aren't getting them. People want to buy a home can't get that HA approval of their mortgage payments, and the list goes on and on and on Trump says he would prefer coming to terms on wall funding with congress, but he could go another route, and we can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No, we can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we could call a national emergency and build it very quickly. So another way of doing it. Reassuring remarks from the Federal Reserve chairman coupled with an upbeat jobs report so stocks bounced back on Friday as correspondent Steve Kastenbaum explained. It was quite the remarkable turnaround with the Dow Jones industrial average gaining seven hundred forty seven points or three point two nine percent investors. I started driving prices up after the Labor Department released a better than expected jobs report. Then the Federal Reserve chairman gave Wall Street reason to believe that the fed would hold off on additional interest rate hikes when he said they're watching markets, and they will be patient with policy. The president gave word that US military personnel. Have been deployed to kgab own the action comes in response to possible violent demonstrations in the Democratic Republic of Congo following a disputed presidential election. A six hundred twelve pound bluefin tuna sold for a record three million dollars in the first auction of twenty thousand nine and Tokyo that figure is more than double the twenty thirteen price. I'm barton. Taking a look at K S F O traffic. We haven't overturn accident.
Migrant caravan moves north across Mexico
"Top administration official comments on the Central American caravans in Mexico. USA radio's ripped Vincent has more homeland security secretary Christian Nielsen on Fox News Sunday Cardin is not getting in talking about the thousands of central Americans making their way toward the US Mexico border anima synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. She says law enforcement is well prepared shorting strawberry amount of planning and training for active shooter events as well. As just protection of soft targets in crowded spaces in