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"caroline hicks" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:41 min | Last month

"caroline hicks" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Don't believe this would have happened in any other environment with any other president and he gave credit to the company the pharmaceutical companies and he gave credit to everybody else and then at the end grudgingly he said and yes even former president. Donald trump well. What the hell. This guy made it happen. He drove this buggy whipped. He pushed he gave no alternative and coming from a business background. He had an approach that no other president. All of them practically spending a good portion of their adult professional careers in politics. I i think they would have accepted that. It would have taken longer and he just refused to accept. He willed it to happen well. Back in october there was an article by caroline hicks. That said white house. Deputy chief of staff says covid nineteen vaccine likely available by end of two thousand and twenty one. It was part of operation warp speed. There were some who laughed that this would happen. There were some who denied that it would happen but very few people believed that it could happen. And guess what we now take for. Granted it did had we not been in an election year and had it not been president trump. Been anyone else. They would have won the nobel peace prize. That deputy chief of staff is former louisiana congressman and then assistant to the president for planning and implementation and former And not former still dr louisiana's own doctor john fleming. Who is our guest. Dr fleming talk to me about your involvement in operation warp speed including the president's expectation. That we will get this thing done quickly and your understanding that this is not an easy thing to do. but we'll michael Thanks for having me on. If i could. I'd like to make one correction. You said that. I said by the end of twenty twenty one. I'm sorry twenty twenty yup. you're. I'm reading it directly. You're right so Which are quite right. I've got the scars and bruises to show that president trump when he wants something done at light speed You move mountains to do it. And of course i mean that tongue in cheek. Of course He was he's very A really great guy to work for full of grace. And i'd love to do it again sometime But he definitely put the pressure on. So let's back up for second. Remember that one of the things that set donald trump apart as a builder developer businessman in new york city was he took on a an outdoor skating. Rink that nobody could get Put back into action and he did it in record time way under budget and that tells you something about the man and what he expects in what he can do so when the pandemic hit very early on we own the The colona virus taskforce and inside the white house in the west wing and so forth knew that the ultimate solution is the president. You and as the cdc ultimate solution was going to be immunizations and we needed to do many many. Other things like p. p. e. protective things and then to laters and all that we must begin immediately developing vaccine is the only way we really stopped this pandemic and so work was begun however I'm not aware of any vaccine. That was developed anywhere close to this maybe two to five years. In some cases some cases ten years twelve years and yet it was done in really approximately nine to ten months and so the question is how did we do that without cutting corners and the answer is very simple number one. The technology and vaccines has advanced tremendously. And using the m are innate. The messenger are in vaccine which moderna adviser are Really help things to make fast and effective. That was number one number two. The president had the idea that we buy down the risk. Normally a pharmaceutical company will develop the vaccine Tested on animals then tested on a few human subjects Wait to see what happens And they would be very careful with ghana investment because many of these just don't work out and and that money is wasted so they typically go very carefully and they wait until fully approved by the fda before they even begin manufacturing. What president trump said and what operation warp speed did under the tutelage of the coronavirus taskforce which is sort of you say Wants to say look. Do it. All in parallel. Let's do it simultaneously. Pick six or seven great candidates vaccines. Let's test them. But let's manufacturer them almost simultaneously and whatever the cost are will be born by government and that was of course developed in the cares act that was passed where billions of dollars was spent to take away that financial risk for for pharmaceutical companies. So we the end the way it was accomplished in record time was to simply say look. Everybody get to work. This is gonna be a public private partnership and it was it took the pharmaceutical companies with their industrial might power and all of the innovation intelligence they head but it took government with its power. That's really the defense production act and many other things to put the resources in place so get all happened so neither one could have done it by themselves but it was all under the careful watch of donald trump or president. I'm going to be up against a break here in just a minute art fleming. But i'd like to go through and get a little granular asked to this process. Kind of time. Line of that. I guess pfizer had the first vaccine that came to market. But when you first start you know you've gotta virus in the early days. We didn't know that much about the virus you know. We were developing knowledge. Just we went along. I don't know what information y'all have presumably a lot more than the public did. But how do you begin. The process of directing these companies in giving them some level of direction as to how to begin this vaccine. Or do the or do you say. Come to us with ideas. What's the germ of that. Well specifically when it comes to developing a vaccine against the virus. what's important is to get the dna footprint of that and again that's another advancement. We have over prior years. Remember that when we developed the polio vaccine. Smallpox vaccine those things. We didn't have that information. We weren't able to determine what the actual dna signature was of the virus so we have many capabilities today so The president turned it over to the nih And to the cdc The experts in this not the political but the experts within these and he said look. We're going to supply all the money you need. And we're also going to engage with the us army which has a big role in vaccine development for obvious reasons because this could be involved in a national emergency which actually was and so. He brought everybody together. And that's when we develop the corona vars task force so all the key members all of the agencies that health and human services thema united states army the military in general all of that under the vice president and ultimately president of the united states so it took bringing all of these experts Together and all the newest technologies and the best minds and putting all.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:14 min | Last month

"caroline hicks" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Couple of days ago, I received a video from a listener. And it was a segment that Jake Tapper had done. About having received a vaccine. And he was giving credit for the fact that this was a medical miracle that a vaccine had been created in such Record time. We've never seen anything like that. And and, of course, you know the FDA and everybody. I think prior lot of the protocols were stripped away to get this thing to market because the whole country wanted it to happen. But I don't believe this would have happened. In any other environment with any other president, and he gave credit to the company, the pharmaceutical companies and he gave credit to everybody else. And then at the end Grudgingly. He said, Yes. Even former President Donald Trump. Well. What the hell? This guy made it happen. He drove this buggy He whipped. He pushed. He gave no alternative and coming from a business background. He had an approach that no other president, all of them. Practically spending a good portion of their adult professional careers in politics. I think they would have accepted that it would have taken longer and he just refused to accept, he willed it to happen. Well. Back in October, There was an article by Caroline Hicks. That, said. White House Deputy Chief of Staff says covert 19 vaccine likely available By end of 2021. It was part of Operation works speed. There were some who laughed that this would happen. There was some who denied that it would happen, but very few people believe that it could happen. And guess what. We now take for granted. It did had we not been in an election year and had it not been President Trump been anyone else they would have won the Nobel Peace Prize. That Deputy Chief of staff is former Louisiana congressman and then assistant to the president for planning and implementation. And former and not former. Still, Dr Louisiana's own doctor, John Fleming, who is our guest. Dr. Fleming talked to me about your involvement in Operation works speed, including the president's expectation that we won't get this thing done quickly. And your understanding that this is not an easy thing to do, but Uh, well, Michael, Thanks for having me on if I could. I'd like to make one correction. You said that I said by the end of 2021. I'm sorry, 2020. Yeah, You're right. I'm reading it directly. You're right, So, but you're quite right. I've got the scars and the bruises to show that President Trump When you want something done it like speed, You move mountains to do it. And, of course, I mean that Tony and cheek Of course. Hey was he's a very Uh, really great guy. Toe work for full of grace. And I'd love to do it again sometime, but he definitely put the pressure on. So let's back up for a second. Remember of that. One of the things that That Donald Trump apart as a builder to develop her businessman in New York City, was he took on a new outdoor skating rink that nobody could get. Put back into action, and he did it in record time way under budget. That tells you something about the man and what he expects and what he could do. So when the pandemic hit very early on We own the, uh, the coronavirus task force. And inside the White House in the West Wing and so forth, knew that the ultimate solution is the president you and as the CDC, The ultimate solution was going to be immunizations. And while we needed to do many, many other things Like PPE, you know, protective things and ventilators and all that we must begin immediately developing a vaccine That is the only way we really stop this pandemic And so work was begun, however. Um, I'm not aware of any vaccine that was developed anywhere. Close to this. Maybe 2 to 5 years in some cases, some cases 10 years 12 years. And yet it was done in really up approximately 9 to 10 months. And so the question is. How did we do that without cutting corners? And the answer is very simple. Number one the technology and vaccines. His advanced tremendously and using the M or in a the messenger RNA vaccine, which modern ER and Fizer are Really helped things to make it fast and effective. That was number one. Number two. The president had the idea that we buy down the risk normally a pharmaceutical company Will develop the vaccine tested on animals, then tested on a few human subjects. Wait to see what happens on there will be very careful with dollar investment. Because many of these just don't work out and that money is wasted, so they typically go very carefully. And they wait until it's fully approved by the FDA before they even begin manufacturing and what President Trump said. And what operation Warp speed did. Under the tutelage of the coronavirus task Force, which I served owners, you say. Wants to say, Look, do it all in parallel. Let's do it simultaneously that pick six or seven great candidates of vaccines. Let's test um, but less manufacturing almost simultaneously and whatever the cost star will be born by government. And that was, of course. Developing the cares act that was passed for billions of dollars was spent to take away that financial risk for foreign pharmaceutical companies. So in the end the away that it was accomplished. Record time was to simply say, Look, Everybody get to work. This is going to be a public private partnership, and it was. It took the pharmaceutical companies with their industrial might and power and all of the innovation and intelligence they had. But it took government with its power through the Defense Production Act and many other things. To put the resource is in place. So it all happened, so neither one could have done it by themselves. But it was all under the careful watch. Of done Trump our president. I'm going to be up against a break here in just a minute. Dark Fleming, but I'd like to go through and get a little granular. As to this process kind of a timeline of that. I guess Fizer had the first vaccine that came to market but when you first start, you know you've got a virus in the early days. We didn't know that much. About the virus. You know we were developing knowledge is as we went along. I don't know what information you all have, presumably a lot more than the public did. But how do you begin the process of directing these companies and giving them some level of direction as to how to begin this vaccine. Order the or do you say come to us with ideas? What's the germ of that? Well, uh, specifically when it comes to developing a vaccine against the virus. What's important Is to get couldna footprint of that Carson again. That's another advancement we have over prior years. Remember that when we developed the polio vaccine, smallpox vaccine those things We?.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:56 min | Last month

"caroline hicks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Stations. Oh, free. Video from a listener. And it was a segment that Jake Tapper had done. About having received a vaccine. And he was giving credit for the fact that this was a medical miracle that a vaccine had been created in such Record time. We've never seen anything like that. And and, of course, you know the FDA and everybody, I think, pry. A lot of the protocols were stripped away to get this thing to market because the whole country wanted it to happen. But I don't believe this would have happened. In any other environment with any other president, and he gave credit to the company, the pharmaceutical companies and he gave credit to everybody else. And then at the end Grudgingly, he said. And, yes, Even former President Donald Trump. Well. What the hell? This guy made it happen. He drove this buggy He whipped. He pushed. He gave no alternative and coming from a business background. He had an approach that no other president, all of them. Practically spending a good portion of their adult professional careers in politics. I think they would have accepted that it would have taken longer and he just refused to accept, he willed it to happen. Well. Back in October, There was an article by Caroline Hicks. That, said. White House Deputy Chief of Staff says covert 19 vaccine likely available By end of 2021. It was part of Operation works speed. There were some who laughed that this would happen. There was some who denied that it would happen, but very few people believe that it could happen. And guess what. We now take for granted. It did, and we not been in an election year and had it not been President. Trump met anyone else they would have won the Nobel Peace Prize. That Deputy Chief of staff is former Louisiana congressman and then assistant to the president for planning and implementation. And former and not former. Still, Dr Louisiana's own doctor, John Fleming, who is our guest. Dr. Fleming talked to me about your involvement in Operation works speed, including the president's expectation that we won't get this thing done quickly and your understanding that this is not an easy thing to do, but Yeah, well, Michael, thanks for having me on if I could. I'd like to make one correction. You said that I said by the end of 2021. I'm sorry, 2020 I, Paul? Yeah, You're right. I'm reading it directly. You're right. So, but you're quite right. I've got the scars and the bruises to show that President Trump When he wants something done at light speed, You move mountains to do it. And, of course, I mean that tongue in cheek. Of course. Hey was he's a very Uh, really great guy. Toe work for full of grace. And I'd love to do it again sometime, but he definitely put the pressure on. So let's back up for a second. Remember that? One of the things that That Donald Trump apart as a builder to develop her businessman in New York City, was he took on an outdoor skating rink. That nobody could get put back into action. And he did it in record time way under budget. That tells you something about the man and what he expects and what he could do. So when the pandemic hit very early on We on the, uh, the coronavirus task force. And inside the White House in the West Wing and so forth, knew that the ultimate solution is the president you and as the CDC, The ultimate solution was going to be immunizations. And while we needed to do many, many other things Like PPE, you know, protective things and ventilators and all that we must begin immediately developing a vaccine That is the only way we really stop this pandemic. And so work was begun, however. Um, I'm not aware of any vaccine that was developed anywhere. Close to this. Maybe 2 to 5 years in some cases, some cases 10 years 12 years. And yet it was done in really up approximately 9 to 10 months. So the question is, How did we do that without cutting corners? And the answer is very simple. At number one, the technology and vaccines his advanced tremendously. And using the M or in a the messenger RNA vaccine, which modern er implies. There are really helped things to make it fast and effective. That was number one. Number two. The president had the idea that we buy down the risk normally a pharmaceutical company. Will develop the vaccine tested on animals, then tested on a few human subjects. Wait to see what happens. And there will be very careful with dollar investment. Because many of these just don't work out and that money is wasted, so they typically go very carefully. And they wait until it's fully approved by the FDA before they even begin manufacturing. What President Trump said. And what operation Warp speed did. Under the tutelage of The coronavirus task Force, which I serve going as you say. Wants to say, Look, do it all in parallel. Let's do it simultaneously that pick six or seven great candidates of vaccines. Let's test um, but less manufacturing almost simultaneously. And whatever the cost star will be born by government, and that was, of course. Developed in the cares act that was passed for billions of dollars was spent to take away that financial risk for foreign pharmaceutical companies. So in the end the away that it was accomplished. In record time was to simply say, Look, Everybody get to work. This is going to be a public private partnership, and it was it took the pharmaceutical companies. With their industrial might and power and all of the innovation intelligence they had. But it took government with its power that through the Defense production act and many other things. To put the resource is in place..

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:07 min | Last month

"caroline hicks" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"A couple of days ago. I received a video from a listener. And it was a segment. That jake tapper had done about Having received a vaccine and he was given credit for the fact that this was a medical miracle that a vaccine had been created in such record time. We've never seen anything like that. And then of course you know the fda and everybody a i think pray. A lot of the protocols were stripped away to get this thing to market because the whole country wanted it to happen. But i don't believe this would have happened in any other environment with any other president and he gave credit to the company the pharmaceutical companies and he gave credit to everybody else and then at the end grudgingly he said in yes even former president donald trump. Well what the hell this guy made it. Hap- he drove this buggy. He whipped he pushed. He gave no alternative and coming from a business background. He had an approach that no other president. All of them practically spending a good portion of their adult professional careers in politics. I i think they would have accepted that. It would have taken longer and he just refused to accept. He willed it to happen well. Back in october there was an article by caroline hicks. That said white house. Deputy chief of staff says covid nineteen vaccine likely available by end of twenty twenty one. It was part of operation warp speed. There were some who laughed that this would happen. There was some who denied that it would happen but very few people believed that it could happen. And guess what we now take for. Granted it did had we not been in an election year and had it not been president trump else they would have won the nobel peace prize. That deputy chief of staff is former louisiana congressman and then assistant to the president for planning and implementation and former And and not former still. Dr louisiana's own doctor john fleming. Who is our guest. Dr fleming talk to me about your involvement in operation warp speed including the president's expectation. That we get this thing done quickly and your understanding that this is not an easy thing to.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"caroline hicks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ipswich. Red 42 degrees in Worcester. We're at 50 degrees in Plymouth. In Boston right now, 47 degrees and cloudy skies. It is 905 on WBC news radio, The Mbita holding public hearings once again and on covert 19 related service cuts as transit advocates are concerned about people who rely on that service. The most appearing before Boston City Council committee and allegedly with the Austin Brighton Health Collaborative, says more needs to be done with developers asking them to pay to support the MB ta we as a city and as advocates need to go back very strongly to any development. Proposed and say you need to contribute to our already functioning public transit system. Do not create your own private system. We have a shuttle service. It's the MB ta. We've all seen. Those private bus is rolling around town councilors talked about a free MBT a arguing for it, saying it costs almost as much to take in fares as affairs themselves. Take in. Aeryn Rygel WBZ Boston's news radio at 906, a federal appeals court upholding a lower court decision clearing Harvard of intentionally discriminating against Asian American applicants. Two judges on the first Circuit Court of Appeals. In Boston, rejecting claims from an anti affirmative action group that accuses Harvard of imposing a racial penalty on Asian Americans. The ruling delivers a blow to the group students for fair admissions and moves the case a step closer to a possible review by the Supreme Court. Harvard right now denying any discrimination, meantime, at 906, the remains of Hurricane a to have been causing deadly flash floods in parts of the Carolinas. At least four people dead, many others missing in Alexander County, North Carolina. Reporter Caroline Hicks is in Alexandria County. At a campground where search crews are searching for several missing people's houses, Campers and cars disappearing under rising floodwater. Search and rescue crews evacuated 31 people Thursday, finding three people dead teams on votes are spending hours searching for two others still missing. Including a baby, Manda said. This man had the baby and.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"caroline hicks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com back live about Hansel and WCM here the port is blowing up and you know we've got to go to this guy Bruce who's been patiently waiting for almost fifteen minutes wow well thank you Bruce Bruce you're live on the bypass your your question or comment for myself for Mister Wallace a couple comments and maybe maybe a question is there okay so I was the longest since nineteen seventy eight apartment complex within walking distance I bought this house in nineteen eighty one expat all minus the tax now and I've never seen it is bad it is now the crying the opiate addictions so many city services it's ridiculous and obviously the third person is crime and I agree with education but apparently is a lot of problems were out that the school district I understand that also I believe education isn't just about a degree it's about your entire life my house is full of books I'm a blue collar guy as as a as a member so hearing here in jail anyway a lot of things have changed former city is Indian culture might not support also interference obviously the crying you'll be detection but also city services I think there is a person next to me in my neighborhood there's somebody somebody been running a junk yard I scrap operations Adam this detached house and I've been complaining for too many every year to try to stop it is owning issue it's a quality of life and the illegal drugs all over Baltimore city yes I've been I've been an advocate for this and well any counseling with direction representing my district Z. Caroline Hicks no well yeah don't don't get me started on C. K. I'm sorry for it yeah yeah you know it helps our country the controller don't practice out that would connect it is and what printer a delegate the Maryland General Assembly yeah and I'm pulling for you I don't know that much about you but it's difficult for any for any independent consumers I mean to cut you off you got another call and I want Mr I'm running out of time here are you still living in the city now yes unfortunately okay so you're living well we're gonna hang in there you could you could you could hang in there till November when things are gonna change right you promised me but we need you out there we need you know Bob agrees do we need everybody Bruce this is about everybody this man's going to lift us up when we're gonna and he's going to take the lead on all the stuff he's got a fabulous business mind but he's got a great heart and and we talked about that proves one thing we've we've missed in this city the servant leadership and and you know that needs to come back and and I think he's bringing that back course listen Sir thank you so much for your patience hanging on hang in there because hopes up hopes on its way let's take one more call it real quick any we've got we'll in Baltimore so you're live in about half show you have obviously will need I love your show but first off I want to I want to give a shout out to one of my best friends and in the world glad you're still live in brother he had a massive heart attack yesterday for five stents put in a note with a ninety percent blockage in the class you're still living brother but I'm voting for Bob Wallace I want to say hi and I am going to send money to Bob Wallace I've been following him for a while research Bob Wallace she she only one out there that's worth anything and by the way people like Bruce this call buying a home he's the one that makes the city go round yeah but I voted in cherry hill yesterday the other day and you know but I just wanna ask you one thing I just want to say one I just want to state this one point we thought you name me one city and you can't do it I know that the union one city in the United States where white people go out and murder hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of hundreds of their fellow citizens you can't do it but all in here what happened conversely speaking in this study we hundreds in the hot blacks are going out and murdering hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of our fellow citizens it it's just an outrage and that's the only thing I wanted to say you know other than our support Bob Wallace following him for a while you know I appreciate him as whole story that's the kind of guy that we need and we gotta get behind him with money that's all thank you all right I appreciate that thank you so much we'll for calling public get back to this because our time's gonna die I want to make it go through all these things you talk about your you know what why do this I mean you are a very successful guy I I know your heart you know it's been a little bit of time together we spoke on the phone a number of time Bob you could kind of go off and enjoy your life yes Sir you've worked very hard your son is sitting here next to you why do this bomb we know about I go back to a quote that was that that that that that the Albert Einstein said at the height of the the the rise of Nazism in Germany where what to and what he said was as Hitler was consolidating his power and in **** Germany he said that the world is a dangerous place not not because of those who commit evil but because of those who see evil and do nothing while I'm not suggesting that the leadership has been evil what I am suggesting is that it has not been efficient no it's not been a servant leadership model and so for men and women who see that and noted the strong and not do anything about it yeah we are just as bad as anyone else so my view is stop complaining yeah jump in and out to which you can to make the system better yes I'm conscionable I mean a and a and a in in the service a lot of these people I listen I I'm just not a fan of Catherine PO I went on the air on October fifth of two thousand eighteen and I call for her resignation long before healthy all year and I felt I had the sense Bob that these were people who were not in it for others they read it for themselves it was either the next election or or whatever and and I and I and then when Jack young came on board we talked about that I think in fairness a lot of these people they don't have the vision they don't have the experience and you have a problem they don't have you had we've all had successes and failures and growing things over and and all of that and so I think that's from my perspective that's one of the things that you bring to the guy that just called you know when you look around the folks is not about the big Democrat Republican you know we got Mister Wallace is an independent is going to run and and I I gotta tell you look around at all let's let's just blank slate you look around a lot of these cities are struggling they are run by democratic mayors a lot of these places a lot of these problems are very similar one place to the next I don't know how we argue with the facts I don't know when you look at this we look at the Baltimore city school system it's failed this stage thirty the murder rate these are the facts absolutely that's why I say this to to to to to the the people Baltimore give me a chance back give it give an independent businessman entrepreneur engineer give me a chance to show a different path to victory the I think that our city can engage in but I need people to give me a chance I need to go to Wallace for mayor dot com if they want to donate well they want to volunteer they have ideas about that they want to provide to solve problems we are open we are building a team of diverse people from different backgrounds who have great ideas we have one thing in common they have a passion to turn Baltimore around at passion is no color no religion or whatever you've got you've got to have you said boots on the ground you got to have skin in the game or all those all those you know cliches that we can definitely use Bob is there one thing in particular for you as as a business guy that really see I mean it's broken systemically but is there one thing that you would you talked about restoring hope and vision for people that you want to attack and counterattack immediately they have some results your first day in office what would that be so I I think for right now the most the most important issue about is the crisis in in public safety right public safety and public safety okay because what that what's happening is is that businesses like mine right leaving the city families are leaving the city yeah so bit so so if we can't fix that they were going to use lose our tax base that's right lose out if they're not coming back and not coming back they're not hard to get him back yeah it was hard to get back in their first one Hundred Days we want to dress the crisis of public safety love that we won't attack these these drug these drug market scripted out all throughout the city that these guys are dealing drugs with no no oversight from police no consequences no consequences so we want to deal with that with a deal getting boots on the ground in the find creative ways to get boost in presence in the community thank you they need help hold that thought first we got to take a break we'll be right back in just a little bit this W. C. B. M. traffic.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"caroline hicks" Discussed on Pod Save America

"And good health. We have time today to take some of your questions that that you've been asking on various social media platforms so let's let's dig into a few of them before we up for you. Get to your interview with Jason Todd Floor on twitter asks where does Biden sit in terms of cash on hand? Nobody's talking about this nor the huge money advantage. That trump has in the general. Well Todd we've been talking about it maybe not on the pied yet but we've been you have been texting nervously about it. So trump's money advantage is the most massive money advantage that anyone has ever had and we haven't even begun to talk about the Republican Super Backs. The Cook brothers and everyone else who will be engaging in this election. He raised a quarter billion dollars last quarter which is an ungodly amount of money. Biden had a very good fundraising quarter where he raised forty six million but there is a very well reported and quite disturbing New York Times article about Biden's fundraising which shows that that money mostly dropped off a cliff. Once the pandemic hit and people were sheltered at home and people can became very concerned about the crisis so you Biden as candidate who to date to date has been primarily offline freezer through. You know. He's He may raise more of his money than a bunch of the other mechanics through high dollar fundraisers and now. He is locked in his house unable to go to high dollar fundraiser. So it is a cause of immense concern. Yeah so If you're worried about. Donald Trump winning a second term You know if you can consider donating to Joe bought you know and people will say just that Hillary Clinton had way more money than Donald Trump. Two Thousand Sixteen and still lost and that is true job. I am does not need Donald Trump's money when he doesn't need more money he doesn't need as much money but he does need enough right he doesn't need to wipe away. Donald Trump's cash advantage. And he probably never will but he doesn't need enough money to run a great campaign right. Now that's right. Okay Ben Key via the phone. Some pundits are floating the idea of Biden going ahead and announcing key members of his cabinet. Do you think this is a good strategy? And he still won't come on the POD. I don't know someday. It is an available option for him. He can take it if he wants. If we love going to do everything we can do to help them. So that's right. Yeah we don't care either way. What do you think about? What do you think about the Tom Friedman strategy. There we are. We should say the Tom Friedman column which went around to way too. Many people that I know and came back to me was like you know Biden mission announce this big unity cabinet with you know. Republicans and AFC and everyone in between we should all SORTA like come together and hug and sing Kumbaya and all that kind of stuff. But I think there is a separate idea of just announcing whatever cabinet he would announce after he becomes president. I would say that time Friedman column came out when I was doing my book tour back when we travel. Oh Wow that was. That was five years ago. Six years ago two months two months ago and And I got asked about this column at Every Stop. I went to and the first time I got asked was in a bookstore and I- reflexively laughed hysterically. But here's the thing I will tell you. People who go to book events in bookstores really like Tom. Friedman look I'm sure my you know a lot of people I know and love and think very smart. Who Love Tom Friedman? To where just very fucking cynical adult. Just you know pundits that have been around for two off yes I I wanNA hear those words in my braid every night before I go to sleep for a month. Thank you I mean look I think the I think it is a good idea. I think it is worth exploring. Daming some of them you don't have to have to like roll out the SBA administrator now by the but I think it may be a administrator with all the small business gonNA unfair to the SBA. I apologize but I think there's like it. It's always sounds like one of those terrible ideas that people suggest without any context of reality and so I'm hesitant to endorse it myself. But so if he announced someone who we announce the Treasury Secretary designate era designate. That would give people an image of you of what his government looks like. It may help with some constituencies some questions about whether how progressive he was going to a all the time on twitter which is reality people saying did. Joe Biden is GonNa Point Jamie Dimon to be his secretary Which is obviously not going to do and so like you could quell some of that. I think it's an additional circuits to zoom chats. Right now I think the surrogate point is well taken I also think my mind often goes to something. Biden said towards the end of the primary where he told the crowd you know. I see myself as a bridge to the younger generation. Right which is very self-aware thing to say that he knows he's you know can be president at seventy seven years old And that the Democratic Party is becoming younger and more progressive. He understands that and I think he could show that by sort of announcing a cabinet that is That is part of the next generation right that represents the next generation and by the way I think you know. Obama did this to an extent during the economic crisis when he talked to a lot of sort of economic experts. And obviously there's a whole debate about who he chose that we don't have to go into right now but I think is particularly around the economic crisis and this was a point that our pals made on our show hacks on tap David axelrod that like announcing economic team specifically would actually help because it would show sort of exude competent. Send like you have a group of people who can help get the country through the crisis now. I do think if you do that. There's a premium on selecting people who are not just like smart economy people but also you know progressive's and people who are going to send a signal to a lot of constituencies that Joe Biden is going to take sort of helping the middle working middle class and the poor seriously so I think that would be okay idea. This is the hill. I'M GONNA die on Katie Puerto for Treasury Secretary. I love it I love it. Great Messenger. Sumer Advocate Bridge. The next generation just is such a no brainer to me. Doesn't doesn't Take Elizabeth Warren out of the Senate. Which is you know that because Elizabeth Warren for Treasury Secretary also great but neither Senate. Okay some fun stuff. Anthony Orlando on twitter asks. Let's get to the important stuff. What's in your quarantine binge-watching rotation do you WanNa tell us John when you've been washing? Yeah we've been watching too hot to handle. Here's my here's my thing. In general in non pandemic times I tend to not watch Content that will make me more anxious than the news already. Does I do watch some of it but it usually a high bar because I feel anxious all day reading twitter and reading the news so I usually like to watch more mindless stuff or comedy. I hadn't even tougher time with all of that. In the pandemic. I can't focus on really good high quality television so we've been looking for sort of silly our stuff to watch and early came across to handle. I met flakes which is a reality. Do you WanNa give everyone the plot. Yes I'm going to. I'm about to punch of very attractive. People that they put on an island from all over the world who aren't allowed to have sex with each other or even kiss each other or else they lose some prize money and that's it man. That's the plot and you just see what happens and it is It is wild S- then there are some. There are some fascinating people. That's all I'll say about that I am sure that before this quarantine ends and mid twenty twenty three. We will have watched too hot to handle it is. You would always watch the same garbage reality shows that that we have been. We've actually been watching obviously below deck ceiling. Which is excellent. I guess so. We're very very enjoyed. That top chef is on and I would tell anyone who was looking for something really enjoyable to binge is. Go Watch all seasons a top chef. Okay I haven't watched should have is amazing and you do in this environment to get past the fact that is almost like a period piece because a lot of people eating and eating establishments which is not something that we call. It's like watching people have to use a payphone in a movie from the eighties. It's very very disconnecting for life. We have been watching Miss America on. Hello I WANNA watch. The which is great is really great. We watched the first couple upsets. We also watched also on. Hello little fires everywhere to be surprised even though you had told me in advance a cameo from your brother. That's right any favorites thanks. That's right yeah it was but she definitely told me and I definitely forgot and I looked up for my phone and your brother was on my TV. Which has happened before but it was. It was out of context there and then to anyone who loves sports I finally got around to watching the first two episodes dance. I really WANNA watch. Yeah it's really great and I mean it's phenomenal. Like that is like my exact era a basketball because I like one of the first. My first basketball memory is being allowed to stay up to watch the North Carolina. Georgetown Game With my dad and that shopping made the Jordan made. So like that's the beginning of my bass box through everything so it's it. It would be phenomenal robot. Sports was allowed to exist. But one of the questions from Lindsey Zinger was questioned for Dan. How are you coping without the NBA? Because I need tips. I'm guessing last I will. I will last dance fulfills that I think The Earl of the ring have been doing this very fun. Podcast series where they redraft all the previous rafts of Ura basketball draft nerd. That's fun yeah but I will also say that as a sixers fan. This season has been so stressful. That I don't think I could survive the pandemic with the sixers not ever scoring out of the pick and roll like it would be more than I could possibly take and so there. Is this like weird sick relief that I don't have to be mad about? I could never live in a world brandon. What's trumps programs for two hours and then turn on. Sixers road game like that would be more than I can. That's that's rough. Caroline Hicks asks. Can you guys chat about the Mark Warner Tuna Sandwich debacle from Internet? That was I heard a lot of people talking about it and I was like what is it making a big deal out of the guys just making tuna sandwich and then I watched it and I was just I mean for those of you haven't seen it. I don't know why Mark Warner decided he needed to do this. Ensure this with the world but he made it tuna sandwich like he dumps the tuna out on some bread with all the water. And from the can he squirts like ten times too much fucking. Mayo on the Sandwich. He slaps at a piece of cheese on IT and then he throws in the microwave for just thirty seconds..

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"caroline hicks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bali's airport authoritay last night there were shovel airline should cancel flights such as k l m jetstar air asia and virgina passengers have been welsh shirt some of them are lodged in hotels flew with other airlines and egyptian officials investigating friday's massacre a mosque say the attackers were flying the flag glamoc state more than three hundred people died in the assault in northern sinai imam mohammad fatah says the attackers showed no mercy uh about two minutes brought forward what sounded like an explosion outside the most people came in firing at all the worshippers hitting anybody and everybody global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg marcus bikes whereabouts sandra nearly full with the morning sports his call embezzling manchester city of eight points clear at the top of the premier league a late goal from brian stirling help them come from behind to beat huddersfield two asta arcelor to the trump four but alexa sanchez injurytime penalty giving them a one nowin and everton's with struggles under can't take it boss david unsworth continue following a four one thumping at southampton wolves lead at the top of the championship is back to four points secondplaced cardiff narrowed the gap with a twonil win at nottingham forest celtic remain on course to make it backtoback trebles nature attending the scottish league cup brendan rogge's side with two new winners over motherwell in the final at hampden he's the first celtic boss to win four domestic trophies in a row since junk stain meanwhile aberdeen a three points off the top of the scottish premiership they narrowed the gap on celtic with a three one victory abdul monarch but have now played a game more the mellitus of franz a davis cup tennis champions for the first time since two thousand and one waiting for luke belgium's steve dorsey cbs three two victory in the final of ago vive la calle's caroline hick davis scout grace i can try from spores he got lowest ahead for bloomberg daybreak hear president trump tweeted is a big week for tax cuts and many other things of great importance next we look ahead to the republicans plan to push a tax overhaul to the president's death by the end of the year this is a lifetime life kevin gallagher is.

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"caroline hicks" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"caroline hicks" Discussed on WGTK

"In two thousand five uh fourstar general by the name of peter pace who was then uh uh the uh the chief of staff of the pentagon uh he gave a speech where he said we have to learn from history yeah we failed to take into consideration i ever take seriously what hitler said about what he was going to to to the jews and the rest of the world we didn't take you to seriously what he said of speeches as a result you know we gained we got involved world war two and millions in millions of people were killed this message was to these officers at the defence university that he was giving a speech to he said you have to take seriously what the muslim extremists say yeah and if we take seriously what they say whether it's in the koran or the huggy for whether they are saying things today then we should be on guard and do everything we can to stop it as you mentioned you know the chatanooga case where you know uh muslim terror one muslim terrorists shot and killed former range and a navy sailor uh the fourteen people who were killed in a san benito how can we forget about that stuff right right uh would you want to say a few words about uh what's your name talaeh would in uh sure sure lasse caroline hick a highly kaley would this is one of the cases that we had i just briefly mentioned it uh in the beginning of the end of your program she was in the eleventh great world history glass hitler plot a high school in in maryland and he was being taught that most muslim faith is stronger than the average christian islam at heart is a peaceful religion these were power points took a whole class was watching and she hot is a personal struggle and devotion to islam especially lee involving spiritual diff uh disciplined and then she was asked to confess or profess the islamic conversion creed there is no god but allah and mohammad is the messenger of allah on issues also required to learn the five pillars of faith now and keighley discuss this with her father was a former marine who had served in the first persian gulf war who has they vomit at volunteer fireman ed uh gone to the.

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