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Fresh update on "cats" discussed on Frankie Russo

Frankie Russo

00:44 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cats" discussed on Frankie Russo

"Probably wasted hundreds of dollars that he doesn't even have that he could easily have been shooting craps with in Atlantic City because you know the moment he gets any money in his pocket He's thinking G with the first game of craps that I can hit If I can't make it to Atlantic City maybe I can get a Gambino wire room somewhere on highland boulevard That's right I couldn't believe that He wasn't even tap in to my wife But was the animal welfare expert in especially an expert on cats Having rescued dozens and dozens in our lifetime we'll deal with all that later on But it was hot out there Ladies and gentlemen a big difference to what we had seen.

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Fresh update on "cats" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cats" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Vaccines We move people during operation allies refuge We move 35,000 travelers through here We moved a lot of vaccines for operation warp speed baby formula This is probably a new one for us CBS's Wendy Gillette says it cat come too soon Four babies are hospitalized at the medical university of South Carolina because of issues related to the baby formula shortage an Atlanta hospital has also treated children because of the shortage I am never seen anything like this Doctor Mark corkins treated a toddler and a preschooler who were hospitalized in Memphis this week They come in dehydrated You give them IV fluids Can.

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Tucker Carlson: Biden Gives Baby Formula to Illegals, Not Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

Tucker Carlson: Biden Gives Baby Formula to Illegals, Not Americans

"Let's listen again some more of Tucker Carlson cut number 9 talking a little bit about the baby food, the formula being sent to the border, but not to Americans. You're seeing footage from our Bill illusion right on the screen when the only reporters who've been covering the disaster or border, the pictures you're looking at show a group of more than a hundred illegal aliens crossing into this country, Eagle Pass Texas. Now there are only two border patrol agents on the scene, clearly they're outmatched. By the way, they're not coming from Mexico, they're coming from faraway places like Venezuela and Cuba, which by the way is an island where they come in because Joe Biden left our screen door open. Once they get here, the Biden administration will give them food supplies that you can't buy. And those would include baby formula. A Florida congresswoman called cat cam X is these illegal aliens are getting quote pallets of baby formula from the Biden administration. As kamek put it quote, they are sending pallets. Pallets of baby formula to the border. Meanwhile, in our own district here at home, we can not find baby formula. We reached out to customs and border protection to find out how much baby formula the agency has purchased they would not tell us. It's not their duty to respond to the public apparently, but they didn't deny that they had bought it. Spokesman told us that quote, ensuring migrants and formula is in line with this administration's commitments. So how much money does people gonna take, you wonder? It's two humiliating. How much more are people going to take? It's hard to believe anymore that this is all accidental. This is by design. This is absolutely deliberate. These catastrophes are intentionally self afflicted.

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Comeback Cats do it again, rally to top Caps 5-3 in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Comeback Cats do it again, rally to top Caps 5-3 in Game 5

"The the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers earned earned earned earned a a a a five five five five three three three three victory victory victory victory over over over over the the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals to to to to grab grab grab grab a a a a three three three three two two two two lead lead lead lead in in in in their their their their opening opening opening opening round round round round series series series series carver carver carver carver he he he he collected collected collected collected points points points points in in in in five five five five straight straight straight straight goals goals goals goals after after after after Washington Washington Washington Washington took took took took a a a a three three three three nothing nothing nothing nothing lead lead lead lead on on on on T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie second second second second goal goal goal goal of of of of the the the the night night night night Sentinel Sentinel Sentinel teammates teammates teammates from from from lot lot lot of of of friends friends friends and and and I I I mean mean mean yeah yeah yeah I I I mean mean mean it's it's it's it's it's it's nice nice nice hearing hearing hearing from from from family family family and and and friends friends friends and and and just just just so so so reaching reaching reaching out out out for for for Haiti's Haiti's Haiti's first first first goal goal goal of of of the the the game game game open open open to to to come come come back back back and and and a a a second second second put put put the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers ahead ahead ahead forty forty forty three three three just just just over over over three three three minutes minutes minutes into into into the the the third third third period period period he he he also also also set set set up up up goals goals goals by by by Patrick Patrick Patrick corr corr corr Quist Quist Quist Sam Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart Reinhart and and and Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux our our our question question question Reinhardt Reinhardt Reinhardt scored scored scored two two two fourteen fourteen fourteen apart apart apart late late late in in in the the the second second second period period period tying tying tying the the the game game game game game game six six six is is is Friday Friday Friday in in in Washington Washington Washington I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.

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Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

"Leslie Berlin Twitter CMO A Twitter CMO a something of communications from a meeting Monday in a leaked audio We want to thank project veritas which is constantly under attack by the FBI and the DoJ and The New York Times This is a fantastic room With a fantastic young leader in James O'Keefe Cat 9 go Out of the board and mister monster plan on dealing with a mass exodus considering the acquisition is by a person with questionable ethics with the authority I can answer this for mister Musk if I may The exits over there drag your ass out of there and go join Disney Get the hell out of here Or maybe you can work for Nike in China Maybe you'll enjoy that or maybe or maybe you'll enjoy working for Apple in China Go ahead But drag your ass out of here And the fast of the better Questionable ethics they said mister Musk you know what That's based on ladies and gentlemen These constant attacks and filings against him in the Securities and Exchange Commission Where the bureaucracy is highly politicized and anti business Oh so he must be unethical He must be unethical So these are the dead Enders These are the hardcore lefties that are used to controlling your speech And they don't like the fact that now this is going to be a private company So they need to go Mass exodus are you kidding me A lot of people would love to work there Love it Love

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Panthers' win streak reaches 10 games with 6-1 rout of Wings

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Panthers' win streak reaches 10 games with 6-1 rout of Wings

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Darren Beattie: Elon Musk Better Be Prepared for What's Coming

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Darren Beattie: Elon Musk Better Be Prepared for What's Coming

"He's Darren Beatty of revolver, Darren, welcome to America first. It's great to be here. Thank you for having me, Seth. So first things first, I got to give you guys that revolver massive, massive credit. For I mean, of all the journalistic outlets out there, you have done the most in depth analysis of the videos of the iPhone footage from January the 6th. Who's ray eps, who's the guy on the tower, everybody out there, you need to read those two in depth articles on the movements, the events of January the 6th add to that Julie Kelly's amazing pieces at American greatness and you'll have a much better picture of what actually happened on that day. So congratulations to you Darren. We can talk about that in our next segment, but we've got a couple of minutes here. Musk, Elon Musk, not going on the board, good news, because then he can engineer a hostile taker of over of Twitter, give us your take of how much of a cat amongst the pigeons, Elon's recent purchases have been. Well, I think it's extremely significant and certainly portends good things, although we'll have to wait and see how things actually materialize. But what I've been trying to caution Elon is that he needs to understand exactly what he's getting into. This is not any ordinary hostile takeover because Twitter is not ordinary company. Despite its relatively modest market cap by corporate standards, it is an Elon's correct characterization, the global public square, and control over the global public square is virtually priceless in a society such as ours. And so if he goes for Twitter and attempts to make it an actual free speech platform, this amounts effectively to what I'd call a declaration of war against the regime and he better be prepared for what's coming.

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East-leading Panthers beat Jets 6-1, win streak at 9 games

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

East-leading Panthers beat Jets 6-1, win streak at 9 games

"The the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers picked picked picked picked up up up up their their their their ninth ninth ninth ninth straight straight straight straight win win win win by by by by blowing blowing blowing blowing out out out out the the the the jets jets jets jets six six six six one one one one Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Huberdeau Huberdeau Huberdeau Huberdeau stretched stretched stretched stretched his his his his point point point point streak streak streak streak to to to to thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen games games games games scoring scoring scoring scoring twice twice twice twice and and and and setting setting setting setting up up up up another another another another who who who who were were were were to to to to reach reach reach reach the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty goal goal goal goal plateau plateau plateau plateau and and and and leads leads leads leads the the the the NHL NHL NHL NHL with with with with seventy seventy seventy seventy eight eight eight eight Gustav Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling Forsling scored scored scored twice twice twice in in in the the the second second second period period period to to to put put put the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers ahead ahead ahead for for for nothing nothing nothing I I I don't don't don't know know know if if if you you you got got got a a a lot lot lot of of of confidence confidence confidence when when when you you you score score score for for for sure sure sure but but but you you you know know know you you you can can can you you you can can can play play play good good good without without without scoring scoring scoring and and and have have have a a a good good good confidence confidence confidence but but but for for for sure sure sure scoring scoring scoring goals goals goals is is is not not not bad bad bad Florida Florida Florida has has has outscored outscored outscored its its its opponents opponents opponents forty forty forty seven seven seven twenty twenty twenty six six six during during during the the the win win win streak streak streak as as as it it it tries tries tries to to to wrap wrap wrap up up up the the the Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic division division division title title title the the the cats cats cats are are are ten ten ten points points points ahead ahead ahead of of of the the the may may may believes believes believes the the the division division division race race race and and and two two two points points points in in in back back back of of of Colorado Colorado Colorado for for for the the the overall overall overall legally legally legally I'm I'm I'm chain chain chain ferry ferry ferry

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Dan Bongino's Love Affair With the Deadlift

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Dan Bongino's Love Affair With the Deadlift

"But one of the questions was about my love affair with the deadlift but I'll tell you one of the lessons I've learned in gosh now 30 plus years of being under this deal Is if you can do a force stretch at the bottom you got to be I mean it can be dangerous You got to be careful You could risk a tear if you're not ready for it You gotta be really really warmed up But say you're doing a bench press especially on those bench press machines where you can you know you can be a little more wide ranging with the range of motion because you don't have to worry about getting pinned underneath a bar If you hold that stretch position at the back and you're using a decent amount of weight I don't care how long you've been lifted You are going to be sore as the next day I woke up this morning And I don't really lift heavy anymore I'm 47 I don't know how much of the capacity to do that My nervous system just doesn't fire like it used to But man I woke up this morning with someone sitting on my chest I had this old Secret Service friend He's telling me that this thing this little being called Ken Jones My kid Joan What the hell can show him Long story short is it was the end of a trip and we were in Canada and we had had a few adult sodas and a bar at the end of the trip and we were getting ready to get on a flight the next day back to the New York field office the agent's name was John this guy right And he's like man he's like I'm feeling a little rough this morning Ken Jones got me I'm like who's Kim Jong He's like it's that cat that when you've had a couple too many drinks he beats you up at night and pees on your face and stuff And I'm like that's real I'm like he's like no it's not real You idiot That kid shown That's what I felt like this morning Kim Jong Gabi I was like damn my chest is killing me

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Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the struggles of being a baby boomer is to try to stay engaged with the rest of the world. So the world doesn't pass you by. At least for some of us, we try to remain connected to the current slang. The other day I saw a news story where I realized it was somewhat out of touch, at least with some slang, some urban dictionary slaying, somebody was talking about Kanye West and his latest girlfriend. The reason he supposed they broke up with her because she goes goblin mode. They're like, okay, that's a new one I'd never heard of before. Goblin mode refers to a person who was generally messy, likely unshowered and acting kind of feral, like a feral cat due to laziness or aversion to going outside. You find it in the urban dictionary you find it in tumblr. It's been around for years, but not something that ever heard before. Of course I chuckled, because there are a lot of words these days in the urban dictionary. A lot of different types of slang that you just don't hear. Most of them created through memes. Somebody just creates a word and it kind of goes viral. And we'll see more and more of that as the world starts separating into its own little tribes. And a lot of people are studying these words. Goblin mode, I'll admit. It's pretty much what I am right now.

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Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the struggles of being a baby boomer is to try to stay engaged with the rest of the world. So the world doesn't pass you by. At least for some of us, we try to remain connected to the current slang. The other day I saw a news story where I realized it was somewhat out of touch, at least with some slang, some urban dictionary slaying, somebody was talking about Kanye West and his latest girlfriend. The reason he supposed they broke up with her because she goes goblin mode. They're like, okay, that's a new one I'd never heard of before. Goblin mode refers to a person who was generally messy, likely unshowered and acting kind of feral, like a feral cat due to laziness or aversion to going outside. You find it in the urban dictionary you find it in tumblr. It's been around for years, but not something that ever heard before. Of course I chuckled, because there are a lot of words these days in the urban dictionary. A lot of different types of slang that you just don't hear. Most of them created through memes. Somebody just creates a word and it kind of goes viral. And we'll see more and more of that as the world starts separating into its own little tribes. And a lot of people are studying these words. Goblin mode, I'll admit. It's pretty much what I am right now.

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Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Goblin Mode (MM #4034)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the struggles of being a baby boomer is to try to stay engaged with the rest of the world. So the world doesn't pass you by. At least for some of us, we try to remain connected to the current slang. The other day I saw a news story where I realized it was somewhat out of touch, at least with some slang, some urban dictionary slaying, somebody was talking about Kanye West and his latest girlfriend. The reason he supposed they broke up with her because she goes goblin mode. They're like, okay, that's a new one I'd never heard of before. Goblin mode refers to a person who was generally messy, likely unshowered and acting kind of feral, like a feral cat due to laziness or aversion to going outside. You find it in the urban dictionary you find it in tumblr. It's been around for years, but not something that ever heard before. Of course I chuckled, because there are a lot of words these days in the urban dictionary. A lot of different types of slang that you just don't hear. Most of them created through memes. Somebody just creates a word and it kind of goes viral. And we'll see more and more of that as the world starts separating into its own little tribes. And a lot of people are studying these words. Goblin mode, I'll admit. It's pretty much what I am right now.

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Panthers overcome 4-goal deficit for 7-6 OT win over Devils

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Panthers overcome 4-goal deficit for 7-6 OT win over Devils

"The the Panthers Panthers stormed stormed back back from from a a four four goal goal third third period period deficit deficit to to beat beat the the devil devil seven seven to to six six in in overtime overtime Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling scored scored twice twice including including the the game game ender ender one one forty forty five five into into overtime overtime to to make make Florida Florida the the first first Eastern Eastern Conference Conference team team to to reach reach one one hundred hundred points points Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov also also had had two two goals goals for for the the cats cats who who trailed trailed six six two two with with under under fourteen fourteen and and a a half half minutes minutes remaining remaining obviously obviously we we gotta gotta clean clean up up a a lot lot a a lot lot of of things things it it wasn't wasn't like like this this is is the the third third grade grade was was in in our our thank thank you you game game at at all all Barkov Barkov scored scored twice twice for for the the extra extra attacker attacker including including the the tying tying tally tally with with one one twenty twenty four four left left in in regulation regulation the the devils devils lost lost for for the the eighth eighth time time in in eleven eleven games games despite despite a a hattrick hattrick by by a a gore gore shared shared goals goals which which I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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'The World Made by Hand' Series With James Kunstler

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 2 months ago

'The World Made by Hand' Series With James Kunstler

"I'm talking to James Howard kunstler, who is a complicated cat man. Jim, you really are. You're eclectic and wide ranging. And so I'm thinking of this interview just as an introductory to introduce my audience to you because you've written a lot of really spectacular fiction, we were just talking about the geography of nowhere and those three books, which are genuinely important in thinking about the world. In which we live, but so getting back to fiction, you wrote four novels that are part of the world made by hand series you call it talk about that. What are these novels? Well, after I wrote the long emergency, which was about the possibility of our techno industrial society actually collapsing. I wanted to write a series of novels that would give people a tactile and direct sense of what the experience would be like to live in the post economic collapse world. So I set these novels in this small town and upstate New York. Where the townspeople are terribly depressed and demoralized by the failures of modernity. And into this small town comes a band of evangelicals. Who are fleeing the disorders of dixieland and coming further north and they buy the decommissioned high school and they establish their new Jerusalem in it and around it. You know, they turn the ball fields into gardens and so on. And so a great deal of the book of all four of the novels is concerned with the interplay between the evangelicals and the demoralized townspeople who have been let down by modernity. And it turns out the evangelicals and they began the book rather darkly because their leader, a fellow named brother job, seemed to be a kind of dark character, but he became more heroic as the series went on. And, you know, I think you end up feeling a lot of admiration for what had become the re enchantment of daily life, a spiritual re enchantment of daily life in a way that most Americans living today could never probably imagine right now.

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Ukraine's child refugees a huge challenge for host countries

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine's child refugees a huge challenge for host countries

"According to figures released by UNICEF children account for about half of the more than three million Ukrainians who fled the country trees bordering Ukraine Poland Hungary Slovakia Romania and Moldova body century to seemingly unending flow of refugees and the authorities of facing the additional monumental task of providing long term mental cat to traumatize Ukrainian children over the past twenty days an average of fifty five children have been fleeing every minute a friend unlikely to change as Russian forces continue their advance new arrivals are expected to overwhelm underfunded and poorly managed schools in tiny Moldova but also incredibly affluent Poland I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

"While refugees keep crossing into Poland from Ukraine an organization has set up a shelter for pets stranded in the chaos of war this is Taurus foundation and Sasha Winkler giving these animals a home nobody think about it the everybody thing alive from anybody the same life as a human they're getting help from volunteers like Sonya Mortensen dissing cleaning and helping the talks she says these animals are very stressed some of them are a street dogs to have never been in human hands and other ones are family dogs and that is just left and sometimes with a letter and but the ride we hope we can find out dogs and cats again can you very emotional because this is Winkler says it's the same case with pets as people escaping war supplies are hard to find the one thing August food and cat food because around the world that Iraqi will so does nothing of this volunteers are also supplying food to deliver to animals in Ukraine I'm a Donahue

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"cats" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"cats" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Between cat and their person through cat communication and energy healing. Her goal is to ensure that a newly adopted cat gets a fair chance of being welcomed into their family with open arms. The cat advocate in her always wants to ensure that no cats gets taken back to a shelter because of behavior issues. She works with clients to address aggressive behaviors, poor litter box habits, skittishness, and more. The goal is to teach owners more about the human side of cats and how they feel just as scared and ungrounded as we can in new environments. She's found that the more we recognize how our behaviors, thoughts, emotions, and actions can influence cats. The more we can grow individually as well as our cats and the life we co create with them. One of her missions in this work is to educate cat owners about holistic alternatives once medical issues have been ruled out. The spiritual layer of cat behavior and how they respond to our energy. In her eyes, there is no such thing as a bad cat, but merely a cat who requires a bit of emotional and energetic support. Another passion of Jessica's is teaching animal communication using tangible methods like muscle testing or a pendulum. She offers online and in person workshops to educate cat owners on how to include them in decisions regarding their well-being like food and litter preferences and even picking out their name. Jessica's mom to three perfect little kitties, Merlin, leota, and Columbia, and when not working, you can find Jessica spending quality time with her husband, Andrew at Walt Disney World, or jam skating on the local trails. She currently resides in the Tampa Bay Area. Jessica, welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. Hello. So I went through it in a bit in your bio, but share with our listeners, how did you become so passionate about cats? What is it about cats that really turned you on? Oh my gosh. Well, I first fell in love with cats when I was about the age of four and my uncle also my godfather decided I needed a cat and just needed one. So he just brought one home and so it was just love at first sight. And we were together for 18 years and I tell you, I'm still not over her passing away. Her name was Dora and she was just perfect and ever since then I've always had cats. It is just, it's my lifeline. If I don't have a cat near me, like I literally don't know what to do with myself. And when I was a kid, I just always dreamed like, oh my God, it would be so cool if I could just talk to cats. Like, I want to be able to talk to cats. Like, what are they thinking? And now I can know what they're thinking. And it's so cool. I feel like I manifested this. That is really cool. So, but you've had this interesting journey because you came to this through your own health issues. Yeah. And so, you know, tell us a little bit if you wouldn't mind sharing a bit about your health issues. You talked about having some migraines and some other issues. So it sounds like you had to learn how to communicate with your own body with yourself first and foremost to be able to help you out. And how did you do that? I mean, I would say magic, but honestly, I've got very lucky in working with different practitioners during those ten years of migraines..

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"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"So they say, though only count your last vote but I don't have any confidence in the New York City Board of elections or The New York State Board of Elections That will actually be able to only count one of your votes by the way speaking voting I understand there's a key trump rally in Brooklyn today that somebody with your last name happens to be headlining. You won't you know more Well. So your daughter Andrea is headlining this big get out the vote rally along with dove. Hiking today and This is be a big event that a lot of people. A lot of people are are excited about Brian. Now, it's starts at four thirty. Bay Parkway. And there's GonNa be some speeches ends at. Marine Park at five. PM In Brooklyn. That is Brooklyn Right. Yes. Absolutely. And and. It's going to be a parade of cars. Supporting trump. Well you know that's the thing that I don't think these pulse take into account John and I think even Merton agree with this is you know trump maybe down in a lot of these polls but the voter stews Yasim on behalf of the trump people as measured by these trump caravan, these trump poke parades and a number of other things. That's something that I think is really going to play a significant role in this election I mean, do you get the sense that the voters for Biden have the same kind of enthusiasm? Is the trump voters Yeah. But there I think a democratic voter will be more likely to. Maintain the social distancing guidelines. Than the trump. Republican voters are you see when I see all these Republicans at the trump rallies? They didn't the social distinct mandates anyway. They didn't like wearing masks they want America to reopen. A Democrat, is more likely to say you know what we need proceed with caution. So when they say well look at Joe Biden's crowds. There's nobody in them. What does that? Bring that up mark. There's a reason for Marino as done as interviewed a doctor. And he's got some interesting numbers. Everybody talks about you know remember what we said covert is driving fear everybody talks about Oh we got a million different. Positive tests, for. Covert. But you might have taken five million TASS nobody talks about the death ray and frank on the other side of midnight show you had a doctor that talked about that right can you tell us about it? Yeah. You know and I appreciate you mentioning that you know I'm.

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"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The break. Gotham. City at Batman New York City has the cat man you're listening to the cats round. Am Nine seventy theater and I got from. Welcome back New York. This is the early edition of the cats roundtable and we're here sparring it on. What's right. What's wrong mostly we agree but sometimes, we disagree the latest question is on the Rasmussen poll exposed black America that they trust the president of the United States after the debate by forty six percent and let's put it to. Attest I mean J.. J. P. UP in Albany What what what say you I did not see that poll, but I have seen historically Rasmusen, his republican-leaning firm, but embarrassed harassment Madison was one of the few polling firms that had the twenty sixteen election right in terms of in in terms of their polls, I've been looking at the real clear politics average state by state, and it's a very interesting chart that shows where. Biden is now in each state and where trump is versus where hillary and trump were four years ago and looking at those averages I think it's a close to race Moore. What do you think about the new Rasmussen Palm Leaky Net Rasmussen right now on twitter all this is looks like trump propaganda here or most of it he's got re tweet from Larry Elder. WHO's a noted Republican? He's got articles trash and buying how bad he did in the in the debate. I don't know how much I can trust these a poll from Rasmussen, anymore because. You know JP said Rasmussen was the only one right in two, thousand sixteen and the way I feel I don't trust any pollster but. The trending is. I think the black community and I consider myself though you know, I'm involved with a one hundred black men I consider myself one hundred and first black man okay. and. Greek now, the one hundred one. Did it because I am I was raised in Harlem I hung out in Harlem and. We. Have a lot of friends. From Harlem. And those people want. You know the Democratic Party. Gives them the same violin. And really never delivered for them. Obama was a black president but eight years he did a lie and Kim delivered to them. All he did. He deliver. Did Not I've seen it right? Say let's go. To Brian Yeah, I was GONNA say John So I was looking at the poll and I saw after the debate, it showed that trump had a significant increase with black voters according to this Rasmussen poll and I'm not surprised because I forget who it was, but I heard a. African. American commentator recently, saying that trump is the first politician who's actually speaking directly to young African American males and making a case to them and that they're usually overlooked or taken for granted and trump in that debate and just the way he speaks I mean he's getting support. He Got Kanye West he got fifty cent..

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"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Brazi taxes having to deal with things like a fifteen dollar minimum wage and basically you gotta be pulling your hair assists political Frank Morano do you think this is political? You know the country has opened up nobody's telling anybody that it shouldn't be. You shouldn't take caution. But is this political that we keeping the ninth largest economy the country closed. Well it certainly looks that way John I mean what's wrong with saying to a restaurant owner? All right. If you're not comfortable opening indoor dining if you're not comfortable, you don't feel like you can do it safely than stay close continue with the outdoor dining. But if you can open safely and if you can adhere to the restrictions that are in place in the rest of the state go ahead and do it. What's wrong with trusting people? To say okay. If you want to go out to dinner and Dine Doors, you can do that if you don't then don't. But right now New Yorkers are being denied choices as ludicrous in my judgment you sound hungry Frank I mean you sound pretty upset about this you sound like you need easy y'all grissom. I do I do I saw last night he's not dying hung. He's pretty visit. I've never heard Frank. So passionate about it. You know I gotta pay. Them and Maria prepared at John Party yesterday Marie on the. Job. The tremendous and you know she said to Peter King, who's one of the finest public servants that we have in our in our area you know your Zach I'm not a Republican or a Democrat you're exactly the kind of American we need more of in in politics and government and She's so right about that and I think we need a few more. Peter Kings in in government and few less partisans. I agree one hundred percent Peter King was a great congressman he did. A great job for New York and. You know I feel bad. See Him go is our congressman I represent. All New York in Suffolk County. in Washington and. It Sat. Yeah. John before we run out of time to get to the rest of the action packed addition and the cats roundtable gotta get your take on what we would normally see this week, which is the reopening of New York City schools. They were scheduled to reopen on the ten. It was announced a couple of days ago that. Now, it's going to be delayed until the twenty spurs the Teacher's Union still seems unhappy about the preparations, the city's making even talk of an illegal strike Do you think that we'll see kids back in school on the twenty first or will this delay? The warriors be pushed back further I? Have a funny feeling is going to be push back further. and. A. You know the Teacher's Union has a problem What do you do? Fifty five year olds and above what do you do with people with teachers that that? Have Diabetes or heart disease or or overweight because they're the most susceptible to the flu and I think what's the British word they're trying to sort things out? I had the vicar general who Catholic Church on my show last week. And Catholic. Schools are going to be opening up normal normal course of business. So then it goes back to the federal government frank where they're saying is the people should have the right to put their kids and any kind of school that they want. and. Maybe get funding for those hits..

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"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The big bucks to go? Yeah. Now that point lead at least emerge credit, he didn't do with the New York Metropolitans in the Milwaukee brewers in the Milwaukee. Bucks did he actually showed up to work today aside from the athletes making millions of dollars that you chose not to do their job because they wanted to protest the shooting of Jacob Ray here? I hear that Tartus on the line. Let's go to Curtis and with us this morning is my good friend Curtis Leila the general that runs the Guardian Angels and trying to protect some of the neighborhoods in the city of New York. Good Morning. How are you this morning? I couldn't be any worse mental shape because, John I'm watching city fall apart in front of the city that you love I love it. So many others but especially, it being turned over to the armed thugs in fact, I just came from a scene. A while back in Washington Heights in broad daylight, there was bracing shootout by individual who just like totally oblivious to their surroundings spend women. The elderly they just decided they would have shootout at the a OK corral. Actually they never hit their intended targets the COPS we're not able to respond in time. It's just another situation in which the criminals school, the streets and mayor nowhere to be found nowhere to be found in these situations, not just in the European inner city where violence has unfortunately been a way of. Life at times but also enabled said never before experienced filing cried like the upper west side of Manhattan. Where not only is there a total change in the quality of life due to the homeless and the emotionally disturbed doing warehouse empty hotels but they're actually they've been knife fight seven shootings. People are a mass exodus I. I've never seen so many moving vans in my life John. That's a tragedy There was a press conference. I asked Moran Not Cover. In Suffolk, county today with the Suffolk County executive and is four hundred, twenty, five, thousand New Yorkers in Suffolk County and they want to keep them. They don't want to go back. And you're moving I guess Towel Story Curtis thank you for what you do anything else. You WanNa tell them what percent for the time being. Yup Well, obviously, our elected officials at the police in command that pretty much told us were on our own. So I'm hoping more communities will reach out to us more people will telling the Guardian Angel so that we could at least make your community streets safe because. We can't wait. We can't wait any longer we we've got we've got to control audacity and our destiny starts with Public Safety John. Carter I suggest maybe you can hire some retired vets that have canister fan training or Iraq training that could help you protect the city of New York. And not under the restrictions. Politicians have given to police offices while you're absolutely right and able said I grew up in Brownsville east new. York where I started the Guardian Angels in the South Bronx DVD's veterans of the Iraq War Afghan campaign because there's so much gunfire this so many shell casings by and there's always the promise of gang members to drive by shootings for the first time John, we've never had that in our life never had drive by shootings. The shitty. Promising more retribution more of a cycle of violence. We could use all the help. We can get excellent ideas. Yeah. I'll thank you courtesy why and let's catch up again as soon as possible we'll keep fighting the good fight out there John Act you. This is the Catherine table we write back..

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"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Page story in the. New York Times New Yorkers are fleeing to the suburbs quote. The demand is insane in July John. There was a one hundred twelve percent increase in Westchester. A seventy three percent increase in home sales in Fairfield County. At the same time the number of property sold the Manhattan was down fifty six percent. So people in New York are moving with their feet to the suburbs. It's increasing rather than decreasing Steve Blown Suffolk. County had a press conference on Friday. Talking about four, hundred, twenty, five thousand New Yorkers living in Suffolk county right now traditionally, the all come back. By Day but I don't think they're coming back registering their kids in schools out here Frank Marino. What do you think we're good morning John Good Morning JP. Find Interesting is Manhattan housing prices which never go down I have now started to go down and at the same time the price of buying a house in a place like the Hamptons or any part of eastern Suffolk County he's up to one, hundred, ninety, two percent. So these stories of New Yorkers leaving it's much more than just anecdotes stories in the New York. Times. The New York Post people really are. Fleeing as you point out, not only they registering their kids in schools out there but with businesses, no longer requiring workers to show up as much less incentive for living New York people are fed up with the crime and fed up with the fact that in Long Island Westchester, Orange County Rock, you can go to a restaurant and dying indoors when in new. York City. You can't. We just opened the museums on. Last week. So I I think people are getting fed up job. I I do believe the people getting fed up people asked me Kathy. Wild asked me. What does it take to to move back and I said look. The streets have to be safe. People don't want to walk around in unsafe streets and and the mayor the city council has tied the policemen's. Hands they put the police in handcuffs. As I say, instead of putting criminals in an crops enough is enough put these criminals back into rikers island and at least what. The criminals that that use guns and knives to threaten people were also eager to see what happens if the mayor's planned layoffs of twenty, two thousand workers does through if some of those workers include sanitation I mean you could see a situation where New York City which has already gotten a bit dirtier over the course of the last few months. If we start cutting back on sanitation John you're GonNa see just pandemic Phil? Frank the big lie. He hired thirty five thousand workers and he's off twenty two. Why don't you lay off to part of the thirty five year higher and that is threatening to? Instead of threatening to layoff policemen and Sanitation Workers A. It's a threat to the American citizens to New York citizens, and it's part of the big lie..

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"cats" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"cats" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Their goal is to help solve the outdoor cat population problem in New York by creating a sustainable model for how hyper local. Grassroots groups can serve on the frontlines in partnership with larger animal welfare organizations by day will is a brand strategist with an advertising advertising agency. He enjoys documenting his T. N. R. and rescue work through video. Photography and social media believes authentic storytelling is the key to rallying supporters reporters behind your 'cause well like to welcome you to the show. Thank you great to be here. You are just fantastic on instagram. And the videos that you do it's just I. It's absolutely amazing. And we're going to do a deep dive talking about the storytelling and the video work that you do. And that you're you're just so excellent at but I you shared a little bit in your bio I about your interest and how you got involved with the kitties and Flatbush but tells a little bit before that have you always been a passionate cat person years of always been passionate cap person. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a household with cats in developed sort of a lifelong appreciation for them from early. Early moment. I kind of use myself. There's an example of someone who might WanNa talk to from an audience perspective because just a few years ago despite being a lifelong cat lover spite having cats for most of my life I knew zero absolutely nothing about what was going on in New York and teen are any of that stuff so I try to use that as a reference this point. Remember that you could really love animals. You could want to support them. But there's a lot of folks who we aren't really even reached yet that's amazing it. We get stuck in our sort of in our world worlds and we talk about tr and we talk about community cats and we talk about rescue foster care this and that Blah Blah and we figure everybody knows what we're talking about about but really most people don't have any idea and is that something you look at when you're talking about storytelling and trying to share messaging with with your organization one hundred percent to your point. I think the longer you're involved in the space the more you realize that we are Sort of under resource to meet the challenge in any given large city so despite having a lot of very caring people who make great sacrifices to do their part the problem is very large. That's the challenge is huge so realize pretty quickly. We're going to need a lot more people on the front lines and this can't be seen as some quirky. Obviously you guys talked about all the old tropes before another episodes but this can't be seen as some weird thing this has to be seen as community service. This has to be seen as civic engagement Smith and doing your part and so. I think it's our challenge. I think it's everyone's challenge to talk to that much much larger audience who maybe loves cats But doesn't know about any of these issues yet so I think that's a shared opportunity and responsibility for all animal ever groups when you started flatbush cats. What's is five? Oh One C.. Three did you decide to go it alone from the very beginning or did you research other organizations and just feel like they weren't covering covering the same topics that you were interested in. It's a great question. I mean so. Set the scene for our listeners. Because flatbush is just a tiny part of Brooklyn. If if you were looking at a map of the borough Is Right in the center. We've got over two point five million residents just in Brooklyn. That's not even all of New York. It's one the most populous cities in the country behind La in Chicago just Brooklyn and the ZIP code. Levin has over eighty thousand people per square mile. That's that's the highest density of any SIP code in Brooklyn it's one of the highest densities of cousin country so when we got started definitely there was no. There's no way to really provide full. Oh coverage or a city that large join C. L. as well in other areas you could you could just we're gonNA small area To really have the most impact possible and so when we originally got started it was a classic scenario moved to a new spots. He gets everywhere we did. Of course contacts larger groups. We googled and contacted activists. ASPCA contacted the few shelters that we could find. That's still a little bit of a broken system hoping to maybe play a role in connecting people. Who who want to help with the right resources right now? You're kind of feels like you're digging through the yellow pages and you get a list of twenty groups you email them all all groups get all all the same help requests. So that's another topic but I really WANNA maybe contribute to solving that but after some searching we realized that we needed to get involved and do this ourselves later on we did meet some other groups work in up peripheral area like Brooklyn cast. Who was really helpful for us when I got started but again the with the city that large and that dense you really have to have focused resources in any given area to be able to make any kind of impact so so that you wanted to be able to really focus and work on a targeted area? Were you aware of that of the sort of targeted approach with regards to community cats or was that just your own personal decision. It took a lot of research. I mean I'm I try to be as solutions oriented person. I try to be inefficient person with our time. Obviously obviously when you're on the front lines doing tr rescue and you see this cycle first hand at some point you step back and say there's gotta be a better way. There's got to be something we can do to. It actually turned the water off as opposed scooping buckets out of the basement and so that research led me to a larger industry groups and associations actually found your article Stacey believe it was for sheltering magazine really talked about the community cats pyramid. Do you want to give like a short overview of what that is sure. Sure yes Animal Sheltering magazine profiled the Community Cats Pyramid. You can find the blog post on the community. PODCAST DOT COM website. You just do community. Cats has pyramid. And it'll come right up by basically it's a modeled after the food pyramid and it's the the triangle at the base of the triangle is offering low cost or no cost spay neuter assistance for owned cats. And then you go up and you have trap neuter return and then you go up and you have adoption and rescue. And ideally early. You get to the tippy tippy top. We're talking barn relocation or sanctuary or foster for life for something like that and that should be the smallest population of cats that. We're assisting testing if you want to really reduce your overpopulation situation in your community really need to have very easy access to either free or super super low cost spay neuter cats in the community for owned cats. And that's really going to be one of your biggest game changers with tr. Being at that next level and I find many organizations that pyramid is upside down. Because they're doing so much more rescue and adoption and very little assistance in the owned cap communities. Unity's so yeah I'm glad you found an animal. Sheltering I was wonderful that they they covered it and we also have it in Spanish too. It's out in a blog post out at a group in Spain. Yeah and I I would love to see more discussion about that especially again as a maybe an outsider. Someone's new to the space. Maybe it's discussed in certain meetings or conferences ince's but that was a huge lightbulb for us because as much as we love this work this is our spare time like were wrong tears. We have day jobs like this is nights and weekends operation. We need to know that our time is being spent efficiently and that was a huge eye opener that it's kind of kind of commonsense if you're just only doing rescue you're only pulling cats off the street that's one hundred percent reactive while we're happy to help. Those cats were happy to tell the stories five to ten years from now. I want to be able to look at my neighborhood. which is huge and say that we've made a measurable impact and so the only way we can track that impact is either from the top down or the bottom autumn up and the bottom up method of saying we did X.? Number of adoptions it again wild very critical that's like saying we scooped x number of buckets of water out and I really they WANNA say. Actually we canvas this entire area. We provided spay neuter awareness to people we had conversations. We made low cost spay neuter vaccination ax nation in bet care services available those are the kinds of impacts that we want to track and ultimately we also want to track the intake city shelters from our zip Zip code. Unfortunately we're having trouble men information down and also a lot of folks that our neighborhood don't even know about the city shelter. They just put their cat outside. But we're making progress towards getting our hands around the real metrics that matter and really focusing on them so that we can make sure we have a real impact over few years having groups being able able to share information and I know it can be sometimes challenging because the questions may be a little bit different but you know even if we can get a mini baseline line of some information that we're willing to share. I think is really helpful. We have in Massachusetts. There's a group called Boston homeless cats and we only get together once or twice a year but one of at those meetings revolves around data sharing for the groups in the Greater Boston area. And I think it's incredibly helpful for everybody to be able to understand what's going on. And what the challenges are and you know what people have seen for the previous year. So you know I I really hope. In any city or any area and regional area groups do take the time to put at a meeting together at least once or twice a year to maybe have some of those objective goals.

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"cats" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"cats" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"I agree it's wrong but what I'm saying. What my point is about the the sexual energy of it is that there could have been something quite fun to play with? You could have made it really kind of funny and we ID and dirty. If if a filmmaker had the courage to kind of amplify or that extra energy and kind of channel then perhaps it could have been an interesting film but the problem is that Tom. Hooper is so aggressively Wli middle-brow his modus operandi. Is this kind of tasteful. Yeah middle of the road sensible filmmaking. which you know you see with the the king's speech you sit with his version of Les Miserables? Your say See it with the Danish garlic. Got It well. This attempt to kind of tasteful prestige and that does not map onto hats now because cats is mad camp nightmare. Should you've been braced. Bit more of that. He should have what what I think and I completely agree with what someone's saying what I think the film shows is that he should have gone one way a or the other and this film is exactly in the middle. What they should have been was would be either a stark form approach where you kind of perhaps take the CGI out and looking at humans and you strip it and you actually make it and you make it a piece of music? Kina Bausch and it's all about the dance. Alexey breakdown that okay. All you kind of embrace that camp nurse that vulgarity. You put on a show like you really really do something Gaudy but also you know Alabama's Lerman or something like that that really rejoices in this stuff and what we're left with here. Is this bedraggled think that makes no sense and never tries to explain itself and it needs to bad yes And then in terms of the expanding itself I presume this sticks very are we closely to the stage musical so any exposition of plus an investigation. Was that happened is done in song says hardly any talking in the film. It's it's all done in verse and with the musical backdrop. That's timing. I found quite tiring to I. I should say this on the program. I have a tiny nap about halfway through your off because as holly said Holly says it was basically like the x factor. All the cats came on and had to introduce themselves and do this song which is about that personality in in that life in that back story and then Judi dench judges them and then there's a winner and that was it was kind of like when every single cat from James Corden sort of fat cat to you. Every single one of them had come out and done their policy pace you. It became kind of wearing you. Fill that we could have had a bit more exposition of a Jellicoe cat is it sounds like a rude word. It's utterly tedious. I mean there's a moment in the middle of the film and I only kind of realize. In retrospect I was looking at my notes. I had written Well watching the movie I was like. Why is there a random dance number in the middle of the film? That has no purpose and I guess it's just. I figured it was just a utilize all of the unsolvable and showed that you know they're doing dancers and this is a stage. Musical winner was a call back to that later I realized that was the local ball. Oh that was. That was the key event that had it'd be leading up to and it was so confusing. Yeah I've seen law films uh-huh you think that I would be able to process this information but it's so kind of obscured just icon awful awful. I I should add that somebody told me this morning and I'm really sorry to have to say this. That jellicoe is only an approximation of the phrase little In a kind of baby voice. Jeddah Cou Cou Cam which makes my insides flare up mine. My my certainly has rising back at but not in a good way. Thanks for showing LEXA Casper and you wanted to talk about Rebel Wilson strange role. And and she seems to inhabit. We've talked about Judy. dench in have focused a furry Judi dench nfo code you have problems with every Wilson's outfit well for no reason could descend rebel. Wilson is the only character in the film Who has a costumed that can somehow UNZIP but which which is also her her own skin? Sushi's divesting herself. I think twice in the film of her own outer casing her her own ferry outer casing For reasons of comic relief or towards the end of the film in order to escape Being tied up. Yes it's a really confusing moment completely pulls the rug out from under the whole film because who are these cats and what what does it. Who are these creatures creatures? Yeah everything's made up. Can they older. And if they could they could all escape and and how. How far can you ZIP right down to the kind of the Bundy is it? Come down where I mean. Her seems to be well straight enough because she's a human actor. Yes kind of finishes about Inter unzipped with Alexa. Then you'd presumably zip it up bounce back. I think I think the ZIP ends around the area of the Venus they say has been your review you said they have the cats have no bums all you actually glad that we don't sort of subject subject to the fifty piece cats bomb. I mean I should clarify that. They have they have bottoms and many of the cost of dances so in fact that element of their anatomy is really nicely fleshed out but they don't they don't have an Asus recently and that's the bit that's lacking and I I would have liked to see some ENA says on display okay. So that was cats as described as discussed by his hands and Casper Salmon. Cimarron I I know you wanted to talk about Taylor Swift's role as bomb ballerina. She think there's some improves the lot. The world's One of the world's biggest pop stars. I thought. Aw that Taylor would be an interesting person to go into a little bit more detail about. Because she's really the only person who comes out of this mess unscathed and I don't now whether that has anything to do with celebrity with her contract in the film and the sort of stipulations of the role with the role of being a sexy cat a coupon florina It's it's hard to kind of know which enables her to kind of come away unscathed but she the as having a a kind of interesting moment. I think her last album was a lover which came out. This year was considered to be broadly Rutley a critical success. Or they're kind of muted compared to some of her previous records. But I think people's Laura is a return to form which really should have paved the way for her to have this explosive Christmas moment. She's just turned thirty the other week. She has just been announced as the Sunday headliner for Glastonbury next year. which is the the class embrace fiftieth anniversary? Big Big good things exactly and so. Ideally this is her first major film role in a musical is Aku. She's written us on with Andrew. Lloyd Webber for the firm could beat ghosts which is terrible and she she should be kind of shining in this moment and I think some of that glow who allows her to kind of get through the film while the other actors will clearly be remembered for this and it will the film will be kind of look back on. I think as a career low for of people whereas Taylor. She has fun with the role she does. This sort of school go britishness she has a school Ugo Britishness to her. She stomps around she. does a little British accent is quite funny And she's having a good time time. You know some of the other actors in the foam look like they're having a terrible time as I said before. Jennifer Hudson is crying and every single one of her scenes and then my heart goes out to Jennifer Hudson by wanting to watch and by the end of it it was sort of getting. It was harrowing. It was she seemed to have such a harrowing back story. Worry that came alive on the screen. That didn't seem to match the film. It seemed like she came from another source of film somehow walked off another staged three and she was right. Well it's my Roy. Oh God and she'd come from a properly grownups aside film rather than the children's bitter sadness exactly and you. Have you have to remember that. This film is being certificates. Ticketed as a you so you know. I think they imagined that children will go and see it but with with Taylor swift in particular. I just feel like she really. I kind of leaned into the the camp shininess of the whereas the others were clearly instructed to play it very very straight with no kind of glimmer in there. I kind of swinging arched eyebrow exactly where she kind of she has this knowingness about her performance. And and I think that saves her from the film and she also I suppose has the advantage in cats of turning up halfway through and leaving almost directly afterwards which is what you think quite the other stars motor fortitude done having seen the final card. Yeah she's not really in the ensemble she just comes on. She sings a a sort of sexy slinky song. About Idris Elba's McCafferty she dusts everyone with a kind of catnip which makes everyone some spark in drugged up and then she goes on her. Merry Way. It's it's definitely a metaphor for the closing so classroom in many ways. I hope she sings McCafferty at Glastonbury. I feel like it will be a wasted opportunity unity. If she doesn't do you think the Glastonbury crowd will enjoy ironic moment. I think that they would enjoy. I think they'd enjoy it more than they enjoy beautiful ghosts. which is the single similar? Thank you very much Casper you wanted to talk. You've taken a slightly different direction. You want to Edward the conqueror by road dole yet. Well I thought about this short story Edward Conquer by rote dull because I suppose I must have read it around the time that my my sister was very very briefly obsessed with the soundtrack of cats which had been to see in London and I was reading this as a teenager and I think it's quite fun fund Reading Road Del when you're a teenager if you're reading his grown-up stories which quite kinky and where'd and perverted and to feel that you've moved on from the kind kind of child perversion of his kids. Books to actually a kind of much more Out in the open witness and cruelty is really fun and it made me think of this short story which finds a woman becoming obsessed with the idea that a cat is the reincarnation of the composer list. It's quite again like with cats and I'm going to try to control the line hair. Oh go on well it. It relies quite large suspension initiative disbelief. Yeah but what's quite interesting about this short story. Is that unlike cats the film. It's good on cats okay because cats antenna thing. They're not the reincarnation of list and they're not as the film cats depicts fund luffing cats. They do the thing they want to lie down. They want to scratch at some things but every now and then they play a little bit but they're not there there isn't anything more to them. They're certainly not the second greatest composer in the history music. Yeah exactly what. The composer in history list got. He was so fine bit. What's really fun about the short story? About Edward Conqueror is that this woman is putting all of this stuff onto this completely blameless cat and it ends up in this absolute horror show at her husband becomes jealous obviously of discount that she is now praising greatly and takes matters into his own hands and this is the cat in question in the role dull story. Is it a cat sized cat all or full sized cat does it move in and out of this so so move in and out of scale let the cats and cats do. I think it's a standard sized cat. Although it does have them does have big eyebrows. I believe from from my recollection. It's got quite the eyebrows. What though It's polls like for doing. I mean I'm thinking of composition. I'm thinking of scales also thinking of spanning these four operatives what said with the con- crews pools like it's just Again I think just a a normal porn cat and when when she plays list on the piano she finds the cat's attention awakening which is partly. What leads you to believe? He's the reincarnation of list is comp- completely man story but I d love it for being so sort of you know just just clearly about a cat so stupid stupid and it's just a cat stuff. Yeah exactly it. Refuses any linked to To Francis Casper. Thank you very much for that. Thanks for thanks for throwing your paper boat into the choppy waters. norcal coach show for the first time. What a strange half hour we've had Thank you both very much. Indeed that brings us to the end of this week's show cats. If you dad thousand cinemas now thank very much my guest today. Symon Hands Casper Salmon and of course my producer Holly Fischer. We'll be back at the same time next week for a twenty nine thousand nine roundup in film music and novels does for me Robert Down. Thank you very much thank you..

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11:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable John Cats Matijas here Washington what the heck is going on the Justice Department the F._B._I.. You know we've had a couple of common sense Democrats Jason Show now. I bought a commonsense Republican with us. Today is former Senator Alfonse D'Amato Senator D'Amato. How are you to send him morning terrific John Great weekend? I'm glad that the Congress has taken the break because what we've seen to date is a spectacle a show that not move our country forward in any meaningful way. It's been a big charade. It was the other uses when the Congress takes a break and least our taxes go up during that week. At least they can't come up with any more craziness <hes> and the kinds of proposals little set. We've seen and this nonsense about bringing impeachment and to be quite candidate with you. I think that the show that we've just seen as a actual heuristic team I've seen it didn't look like he had command of anything who former F._B._i.. Director Muller Muller Muller was just a loss just totally totally lauch and and he he didn't have no he did not have Khloe couldn't answer the questions as related to what is their require basically defined it a a person innocent. There's no requirements <hes> gotta find somebody guilty then and they have to be beyond a reasonable doubt but there's nothing as it relates that the innocent of person to person doesn't have to prove that they're innocent. This is ridiculous and that whole section to you have no answer for why they had a section. Doing there is related to basically trying to say well. We can't say he's innocent. What do you mean that that there's no nothing in the law that says you have to show that the person is innocent because your show that that that he was guilty of something no they could not do that? Muller was just it was horrific. <hes> I I wonder if even even newry was and he certainly didn't know what was in the report and he had to have somebody out of your side who assist them every second. I I mean I it was a disgrace to be. I never knew well. Well you know sat. It was saddened away. He never knew who appointed him the F._B._I.. Director originally is something like that. <hes> well it really is. He could not answer questions that you should have been able person who was in charge of <hes> this whole process and it was obvious <hes> that could not respond to legitimate inquiries and I'd like to know where do you get off saying that. A person has supported that they're innocent. That isn't our law. The loss as a person is presumed to be innocent until you can prove that he or she is guilty of whatever crime nippy charged with over whatever charts of crime you're investigating but but they don't have to prove that they're innocent what can portion of the law that's number one and number two the wasting unkind this thing if you're going to have an impeachment proceedings and they say well we're gonNA think and we're going to start here that set grin sector about the business of the people what about the crisis on the border what about seeming into it to to change the laws so that you make them enforceable instead of catcher and released catch somebody who comes over and just released them <hes> what about catching return returned to the country came from or return to the area that you left to get into this country so I I mean that's the only way you're going to stop this overcrowding etc.. <hes> what are we going to do just build more and more what facilities for people who come over here all more place to live and taxpayers keep paying for millions of people coming in billions and billions undocumented some poor people fool with generally can have a reason for coming here and some who who are bad. I mean don't we beckons shouldn't be a process my gosh this is insane so I'm glad they're they're out <hes>. Maybe we stop these charades because it really was it was horrendous as I have to tell you muller. He looked like he was in another world senator. I you know I hope at one time. The Muller was a a great <hes> soldier and and a great F._B._i.. Guy But obviously <hes> something has gone taking over for him cinna question. I we ask you senator who was manipulating that whole situation. If Muller wasn't capable of making those kind of decisions well look at the team. That was <hes> maybe. Maybe he didn't pull a team. Maybe he wasn't capable picking the team and he was just put there as a frontman Bollywood assembled <hes> with most of those because they're check their backgrounds all of one party wall of them Democrats. I don't think there was one republican there most of them active and contributing and think that they should be undertaking this investigation something yes in certainly doesn't doesn't smell right and the report is scandalous and shocking for its ineptitude and and it took I'll tell you this one good thing about Muller beings there <hes> I would never never have known and many others wouldn't have known how they distorted the Justice System <hes> and how that report was distorted. I mean section to where they basically go up to a AH about that improve his innocence and there were ten ten things in there with a bunch of nonsense is there never should have been the section to there's no requirements of war <hes> that a person his or her innocence weather how you put your silly thing and yet that is what the the main stay of all of their argument was and and and it's just long and I don't know who's responsible Montreal for putting it together. Certainly Muller was the Guy <hes> who is responsible for putting the team together not who advised him. I don't know I don't know but the onus false upon him and and she could even talk his way out of them anything it was pathetic. We looked rather say now. I WANNA Democrats who make important and others they can point when when they say let's make sure that we have laws that put tax the legitimacy of our voting protest the sanctity of the American voting system against any manipulation foreign <hes> or domestic. They WanNa make sure that people have a right to to elect <hes> people that they choose and that the majority ways we don't want election manipulation regulation et CETERA WE WANNA keep foreign governments and others from perverting <hes> of the system. I'll voting process which is which so many people have laid their lives down for our freedom which guarantees out freedom we don't want some despot or foreign country or or powerful boop from within manipulating voting process so there is where we should be concentrating our efforts. How do we ensure the legitimacy? Of Our elective process pool man was arrested <hes>. I'm sure he's guilty of something but they treated him. Tanks is a bad guy. I broke the laws. Nowadays there's no there's no doubt about an and and he hit money he live report money. He didn't make reports the you're with that lobbyists so required required to do I have no sympathy for him but he democratic partners and nobody's even supreme well. If you want to say that there should be investigations with respect to how nick they've got the Pfizer warrants and how phony information was used as the basis to get those lawrence that eighth worthwhile investigating no doubt about it but <hes> <hes> don't bring ring Manafort in <hes>. I am not sympathetic either but I'm saying he had partners that only one-sided people want side of Washington was investigated the other side. I was not well. That's true and that's because the President Predator Attorney General was over his head right from the beginning is heading the brought him in that'd be quite candid with you. You know reward people with <hes> becoming an attorney general because they were they support Acu- <hes> it was not in my opinion qualify <hes> to be the attorney general and that's one of the problems you have senator. We have one minute left. What are you going to tell the American people is? They're going to be justice in Washington. Well look I think if we should concentrate on on doing the things that are necessarily <hes>. We talked about rebuilding America the infrastructure that's something that both parties should come together on <hes> we talk about the <hes> the crisis with the social security system unless unless we fix it we can and we should both parties should come together the other we talk about the crisis in healthcare and they've been some good suggestions but for the insurance companies to manipulate during the extent that the American public is overpaying we talk about the high prices of drugs <hes> every year the prices book six to eight percent the beginning of the year and then in the middle of the year. They increase them again another six percent. That's nonsense so let's talk about getting these things under control. That's the kind of thing we should be debating. We should be preparing legislation and go forward and protect him. How can people so great country? We're headed in the right direction and this is wrong..

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CATS Roundtable

07:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Good Morning New York. This is the cats roundtable John Cats Martinez here Sunday morning. Well going around New York today. Nassau County what is going on we have with us the county executive Laura Koran and former newspaper Reporter County legislator and now she is tackling straightening out a county that had many problems in the past good morning Laura Rally this morning good morning. I'm just fine. Thanks and thanks for having me on Nassau County. How many many problems in the past you've had indictments of officials I try to I do business there? We've had all headaches out there. Almost where I swore him that coming back to Nassau County you the newtown key executive there. Tell us all things you've found and what you have cured and what your vision is well. You are right. There were a lot of messes here in Nassau County that we inherited <hes> you know Dighton men's convictions corruption financial problems. I mean you name it. <hes> I have faced these problems ahead on and I wanna Lord you back to do business in Nassau County. I mean what big part of my mission is to create a business friendly environment in the county. You know our tax payers pay very high taxes here in the county and so we need to do everything everything we can to grow the tax base to create jobs and to create this business friendly environment that I am. I'm so bullish on <hes> you know one thing that actually generates a lot of revenue for our county is are thriving thriving film business. Most people don't think of filming in Nassau County but there's a lot that goes on here. I know Queens was doing a big item on filming Manhattan always did it be item of filming. How big is your business for NASA? It's big we have two major students. There's Gold Coast Studios and Grummin Studios and actually out best page in the old aviation manufacturing areas so there's all this great base so right now. The Sopranos Prequel was being filmed there John Wake was there. I mean you name it. There's so much that goes on one of the owners the owners of the owner of the grim studios now looking to open up another large studio in Port Washington and just apart from the studios we have so so many fabulous locations you know got the beaches. We've got the School Gold Coast Mansions. We've got the suburban vibe the urban vibe the role rural whatever you need. We've got it and each year because it's close to the city so it's saves saves money. It's not as expensive as the city and they don't have to pay the union guys to travel so far so it's really kind of the sweet spot that what are you doing for business. People <hes> that I remember when we were doing a project project at the real estate project we are property touched three different towns and we needed three towns to say yes how getting over that bureaucratic upon my language B._S.. There is so much of it we have. We have unlike the city where the city everything the garbage the police fire the schools etc.. We have about three hundred independent taxing jurisdictions here in the county. We've got three large towns that are really like many counties sixty four villages fifty six school districts et Cetera so <hes> the the lines are strange. You have to get approval from every single every single municipality every single stakeholder and and <hes> and it's not easy and so we're trying really hard to streamline the process to work with everyone creating relationships with all of the towns and villages creating relationships across the aisle to make this as easy as possible. I mean we all we know. I know how hard it is so we're doing everything we can't make it easier. <hes> one thing that we do have is our Nassau County I._D.. A Industrial Development Agency and that's the that's the are the entity that is charged with giving tax incentives business and <hes> they're doing great work. You know where we're giving some great deals for affordable housing which we desperately need to keep our young people and other things that grow the tax base and create jobs here so you know at the county level we don't control shoulders zoning but we do have the ITA <hes> this wonderful incentive program and also we have our great film commission you know going back to him not you also had some security problems as far as M._S.. Thirteen gangs and some I'm your little towns <hes>. Are you winning the war you know it this anytime there is any violent <hes> it. It's just too much <hes> I have to say. We have not had an M._S.. Thirteen Verte here. We've only had one the past year one is too many <hes> but it's definitely a stark decline from a few years ago. When we had more <hes> we have zero tolerance post to M._S.? Thirteen and other gangs or police are very proactive. I've <hes> and we know that we can't solve with enforcement alone. Obviously the enforcement is tough and we have a toughie a and a wonderful police department very hardworking men and women who work day in and day out but we're also working with the school. We're looking for prevention. We're looking for ways to get these kids before the gang does set them on the right path so you know it's a multi pronged approach and we are committed to doing it. You know very proud that Nassau County is the Safest County of its is in the nation and that is a real testament the hard working men and women are police department. How is the Education System <hes> if a family decides to move out to get a decent education for the kids yeah? We have great schools here N._F._O.. County but unlike the city where the. In New York City runs the entire school system. We have fifty six independent school. Districts are tiny them are really you know sort of normal size. Some are quite small but these are independent entities. <hes> that role themselves you know their direct relationship is right to the state but that being said Jericho psoriasis I mean is some of the top district in the entire country. So a lot of people vote here for the schools. I mean you overall payroll to pay all those people rules towns and villages a house the overall taxes taxes. I mean off your property tax bill right you have county tax. If you live in a village village tax town tax school tax fire tax etcetera etcetera off your property tax dollar dollar about two-thirds anywhere from two to three quarters of that sixty six to seventy five cents on the dollar goes to the school districts to county. We are not raising taxes at the county level <hes> that's about sixteen cents on the dollar so it's a pretty pretty good bargain for the cops for the sewage for the roads for the parks for everything we do. It's just sixteen cents on the dollar however you know before we have. We have a lot of government out here. We got a minute left. Give give me Your Vision Ridge for the next two three years when that so accounting said this is what I wanted to accomplished to main things number one restoring trust in government because so many of our leaders are on trial heading for jail <hes> you you know facing indictment. We have to work hard to begin to restore the trust so I don't allow anyone that I point I signed executive orders to this effect in my government to raise money for my campaigns or to serve leadership positions and political parties because I want there it could be no question as to why they're there because of the right person for the job number two I wanNA bring jobs to Nassau County. I WANNA create more affordable housing and I want or young people to choose to stay here. They're educated here in the best schools and then too often they leave..

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CATS Roundtable

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable chunk cats TS here with us. This morning is one of the greatest economists of our time rewarded by President Donald Trump. Pretty presidential medal of freedom last week is he's alpha. Good morning doctor for how are you? Supporting berry wall, John. How are you today? Congressional I am great because I'm talking to you and congratulations on, on a well received in a well well deserved. Well, let me just tell you very, honestly, it's not deserved. But I give it back, John. I'll tell us how was it to bring your entire family into the Oval Office and get rewarded with the presidential medal? Any Oval Office spent a president of the United States. It was all inspiring. And let me just say was so Hetty that I'm not sure I remembered, it, really clearly it's one of those, it's probably the best day of my life, you know, I've been serving trying to serve presents for fifty years. Now started with Nixon in nineteen seventy George George Hilton right hand person back then and all the way through till now. And you know, this was the culmination and I just can't believe it happened. It still seems like a dream. I haven't slept yet because just I'm sitting there we're just sort of smiling, and giggling, and, and I just it's amazing for me. I just haven't felt anything like that in a long while, and I'm awestruck to be honest with you. Well, I was watching it on television, and there was a. Beautiful, and I was I was living at through your eyes. Well, thank you, John, with it was really fun. And, you know, I do really like this president, not just because of this, as, you know, I've, I've supported his economic policies from the very beginning. And I just think he's doing a great job. I mean he is on a par if not maybe in the first term even better than Ronald Reagan. The chairman and the fed fuel about him Powell. I sure that Powell doesn't feel good about Donald Trump. But, you know, it's not his job to feel good or bad about Donald Trump. You know, the fed should not be independent of the administration, never showed the none of those people were elected, they're all pointed, and there's no reason for them being appointed its policy tool that should be in the hands of the congress and the president to make our country better not enough hands of some Princeton professors who've never worked a day in their lives, except on academic papers far from reality. And so I don't think there should be an independent fed, but Kevin, there is one, I think Powell's doing a fine job. But I wish he hadn't hadn't raised the last rate because the market really did suffer afterwards. But, you know, I think he feels very besieged. I don't think he has control of his board. And I think the pressure by the president just really puts a tight squeeze on him. And I feel sort of sorry for the man now. Tell you I'm a businessman, and I make decisions day to day that affects ten thousand of our employees, and the decisions are based on if I feel good. If I feel good economy, is good if I feel good that the president or the congress is not going to do anything stupid, and that the fed is not going to do anything stupid. So all those count into my feelings about investing money in America, and maybe it shouldn't but it does of course, it does your human like all the rest of us and the thing that's really need. Is it is that, you know, you should be able to judge the administration and have an impact, for example, if the president does a bad job as let's say, let's let me go way back in time, like Jimmy Carter. We control them the hell out of office. And, you know, you can't throw the fed out of office 'cause they're appointed you know, they're not elected. They're not responsible to electorate. And so I, I would love to see the administration control the fed much more. Has, let's talk about a little bit of business in last few days of Mnuchin said that the China trade deal might be as close as ninety percent done. Do you believe that how do you feel about that? I feel I had when I flew back from Washington, and that wonderful, wonderful day, I flew back with Bob, Woodward, he, and I sat together and, you know, Bob from Watergate fame, and we made a bet. We he's a hell of a wonderful guys a fellow yearly couple classes behind me and he's very impressive person but we made a bet where we disagreed on one topic and the bet was his follows. I bet that the president would have a free trade deal with China within six months. I bet a buck with Woodward. Woodward took me on. I also bet another dollar that the president would have a deal done within twelve months, and would took me on that as well. Now, I believe that President Trump is a free trader and really wants a good trade for both China and the US and Woodward does. Not believe that he believes Trump is the tariff man, and I just don't and we'll see very soon. But I believe that Trump really is going to get a good deal. And I think when that happens, you're going to see this market goes through the ceiling now the treasury rate is factory. Some of those in the ten year treasury is close to two percent. So what are the? That hasn't happened. Yeah. I think one of the things you have to think about on the treasury rate. And one of these, it's really important to think about is that the rest of the world is part of the US market, and the rest of the world's rates are all negative now now the US is not negative nor as Britain. But the rest of the world's rates are negative. I mean you actually have to pay to give the money to the government, not the other way around. And so, I think that's affecting our markets a lot, and it's quite unusual for us. But I think that's where we should look the other thing that bothers me on this John is go prices are up a lot. And that's not a good sign. Prices are up and oil prices almost back to sixty. I know they're up a little bit too. And I, I worry about that. I don't know why gold prices would be up if my view of the world is correct. It's a it's a counter indicator and it bothers me a lot. I'm trying to figure it out. We'll lose to world's the world market would e nited states market. Do you see any slowing up at all? Or do you see concern, and I'll tell you what? You know, people said, you went to Joe Biden event last week and I did is there a concern that the Chinese possibly waiting for an administration? Now be nicer to them, then Donald Trump would bit. You know, I, I really honestly, think that Donald Trump is China's best friend, what Trump is trying to do is impose good economic policies on free trade, and China will benefit enormously. From good policies, as will the US. So I think trade barriers really hurt both the imposing and the imposed upon countries. And if China gets control of its intellectual property problem that will help Chinese markets a lot as well. You know, Chinese companies are not only stealing from US companies, they're stealing from each other, as well. And when you have a culture of stealing, it's not good for anyone. It's not good for the economy. And I think that's partly why China suffering, we'll Powell this week last week, said that the really not gonna cut way rates unless they really see a slowing of the markets. You know, I don't know why he would say that to be honest with you. The fed is always followed interest rates, not lead, them and rates have fallen dramatically. Now given the race of fallen dramatically. He should be following suit and dropping the discount rate in accordance with the fallen rates in the US. And he's not done that which is really the. Of tradition. You know, at the tiny raised the rates, I did not oppose his raising the rates. I think that ten year t Bill was something like over three percent and, and now that it's fallen down to less than two percent or just around two percent. He should be lowering rates in accordance with those rates coming down, and why he is now sort of stiffening his backbone and fighting back or something makes no sense to me. He should be professional and lower rates just the way should've when rates fall in the market. What do you recommend going forward? We're going the mixed eighteen months is going to be what the election of November twenty twenties. Independent. You do have the ear of the president. Are you going to be able to make any recommendations a what you think he redoing the next eighteen months? Well, let me just let me just dissuade, you of that, that I have is here. I don't he's his own man. Totally and completely. You know they're a couple of things I've been involved with on him where he and I see exactly I I and I love it. But it wasn't my influence on him. But got those good policy. He really did it himself. No understood. But on meet the press, he did say I listened to the left. I listened to the right and I make my own decisions. He did say that. Yeah. Lisburn his ear of what you should do. In addition for the next eighteen months. Well, what are you done just this last couple of days that I think, is as big as the tax Bill is he's gone for transparency in medicine transparency, and pricey and transparency and quality if that's true that we can get that, now the executive order was signed, if that plays out, like I think it's going to play out, this is going to be the Republican policy to offset the Affordable Care Act, and it's going to lead to a huge drop in medical costs and prices, and a very big increase in the availability of good medical services for people in the US. It is far better than any plan I've ever seen in, you know, this is from the president. So I'm a huge fan of this. And I think it's really big. So that's the one I think, is going to be huge in the election of two thousand twenty. We got about a minute left. Anything else you wanna tell the American public. No. I just wanna thank you for all you done John. You've been a huge, huge supporter of free enterprise, pro growth, economic policies, and I can't tell you how grateful I am to you for what you've done. I've just really appreciate and you got a great family as well. So I do nothing but wish you the very best. Thank you. And you know my belief I know campus left. No. Right. And I just wanna to get the truth to the American public. And me too. I'm with you one hundred percent on that. Dr laufer. Thank you so much for coming on our show. And, and telling you the truth to the American people, and we'll catch up with you, again, real soon. And congratulations, again, on a medal of freedom. Thank you very much. John talk you later. Thank you. This is the cats roundtable. We'll be right back..

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CATS Roundtable

09:33 min | 3 years ago

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"This is the cats roundtable, John cats Batista's here. One of the most important thing in our lives is energy. It runs our air conditioning, of course, and what's going on. We've had problems in the Middle East, we've had problems with people protesting cold protesting nuclear energy, Willis this morning as deputy Secretary, Dan, brunette. Good morning mister secretary. How are you? Good morning, John. I'm doing great. Thanks for having me today. Now you've just gotten back from Israel. What brings the deputy secretary of energy to Israel. And what did you find out in what's going on? Well, judge an exciting place to be Israel is developing cyber technologies are developing internet capabilities. They're developing computing capabilities that are very, very exciting and leading to new new production. If you will, of. Energy in that particular part of the world. And in addition to that they've done some, some flynt's, there's now, some of the largest cast reserves and guests feels that have been found in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, and we were there to talk to them about potential infrastructure development and moving that gas on shore to Israel, and perhaps around the world. Now, a lot of it depends on the interrelations between I guess down in that area Cyprus, and Israel and Turkey, have you found any difficulties are they working things out, or, you know, John, there's some there's some activity that's going on the various countries, there's disputes about who owns what portion of those gas fields, and we're hopeful that, you know, the State Department under the State Department, leave the US State Department, the US government can be helpful in helping them resolve some of those issues, and I expect that they will be in the very near future. But we're interested in, in having this. Sputum resolved quickly because we think that this gas has the potential to help some other hot spots around the world. And what I mean by that is primarily Europe, as we've seen over the course of the last few years, Europe, has become more and more dependent upon Russian gas. And we would like to see them have additional options available in the marketplace. And if we can develop the infrastructure in the eastern Mediterranean, and move at gas to Europe. It provides them with another option in that particular part of the world and. With the problems going on in the straits. I know what's going between the president and Iran, etc. The sweaty said to have alternative ways of moving product telemarketers, the Saudi said you had to turn it of ways of moving product, what were they? Well, you know, there, there are a number of different options that we have talked about over the course of the last few years. Straight Samore, moves historically, as you know, been a, a problem area and the geography there creates an advantage for certain countries in that region to stop production. Oh to slow production or at least slow the oil and gas from reaching the market with the Saudi Saudi folks have talked about over the course of a number of years is, you know, potentially developing a pipeline that might run through Jordan through Israel in allow that gas and oil to reach the Mediterranean. And if we were able to help them do. That in some way, and obviously, it reduces the risk that currently say, spy, rainy activity in the in the straits before moves view, feel comfortable with what's going on with Turkey. I know that Ertegun had a problem in the elections last week. And what do you see things going? Well, you know, I think the Turkish government and the Turkish industries decided to start drilling in some of these areas that we mentioned earlier is being disputed, I would hope that they would continue to talk to their neighbors and Cyprus as well as their neighbors in Lebanon, and Israel and potentially work out the boundaries for these fines. It's very important that they do that. Every country is a write in, you know, under their sovereign governments to pursue whatever economic activity that they think is in the best interests of their citizens. But in this case, I think it's important that we sit down and you know, have a robust dialogue to really. Salvage the boundary so that everyone can become a part of this exciting find in the eastern, then why don't we move over to America for Jochen in America has become the highest? It's ever been. Is that correct? That is. Correct. That is correct. How many we producer of oil and gas in the world? We ought to biggest one gas producer will, I mean nobody would ever dream. Now it happened. What help to get that way innovation in one simple? Word innovation the development of technologies that allow us to now. See the reserves that we have any, I mean in the seismic the ability to look at these seismic formations and, and see the reserves in ways, we couldn't see just a ten twelve fifteen twenty year second part of that is development of technologies that allow us to reach these reserves economically efficiently. We couldn't do that to decades ago, and in a word. Innovation has changed the energy industry. And it's allowed us to become as I mentioned earlier, the world's largest producer of oil and gas. And we suspect that, that position will remain, perhaps as long as the next decade, perhaps, even two decades to come. Now, if you add up Mexico, Canada and the United States, how many bows day, we do we produce what percentage is that of the world will United States. We produce thirteen million barrels per day, and we have an organization within the US department of energy called the energy invasion, ministration, they estimate that, that productions getting crease by another million barrels per day in twenty twenty so we'll be at approximately fourteen million barrels per which, again, John, it's just on heard of at least in my lifetime. That's unheard of so he's production numbers of strong. I would have to look at the numbers for Mexico and Kim. Canada to give you a precise number. But the American production alone is changing. The, the face of world energy. So we could say North America is self sufficient, and we have enough to exploit. Absolutely absolutely. We are it is estimated that toward the end of this year, or perhaps in twenty twenty for the first time. Again in my lifetime. We will become a net energy exporter. So not only the world's largest producer voting. Yes. But we will become in America net energy exporter. And that hasn't happened since the nineteen fifties. Now what's going on in the in the Greenmarket e wind energy water, etc? Etc. Is that any any home, hold, it all was it to make the people that want to feel better? Well, I think it's, you know, it's important purposes of reducing the emissions across the country, you know, John, we have a great story in America to tell, you know, between two thousand five and two thousand seventeen we reduce carbon emissions in the United States by roughly fourteen percent. And this is why the economy crew seventeen percent that same period and, you know, that's largely due to fuel efficiency it's largely due to the transition to things like natural gas, and it's importantly, due to the fact that we have a very strong nuclear industry here in the United States, which is zero emissions fuel source for us in America. So we, we've got a good story to tell there and, you know, the president has done enormous work in taking back, you know, some of the, the more burdensome and more onerous climate rules that were imposed by the Obama. Ministration and I think, you know, you'll see those industries who've renewable industry continue to grow over the course of the next, you know, call it five years or ten years. We have a minute left. Anything else would I tell your Mark from public? Well, I think we just covered a, you know, a fair amount of ground here. But I think it's important for Americans to know that American energy is great again. It's a fantastic place to be the country's in a much different posture. They were just two years ago. And as a result of the strength that we have developed in American energy, this president has options that not many presidents in the past of head. And we see we're seeing that reflected all around the world. It's given them great strength in the pregnant Goshi since they're ongoing. And it's allowing him to make decisions that, you know, frankly, that many presidents have been able to make Dan brunette. Deputy secretary of energy. Thank you for your service to our country. And thank you for coming on Sunday morning and letting the American people know what's going on. And we'll catch up with you again. Real soon. Thank you, John. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

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CATS Roundtable

07:28 min | 3 years ago

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"Good morning, New York. This is the catch roundtable trunk cats were here, Sunday morning with us. This morning is assembly woman. Nicole Meyer, taxes, and I understand she has performed miracles in Albany, this we and she's with us this Sunday morning. Good morning. Somebody moment is, how are you great John? How are you doing? I am great. I understand you have pulled off a coup in Albany. Have you have a new Bill that you have stopped illegal immigrants or undocumented immigrants from voting, which everybody believes you have to be an American citizen to vote? Tell tell audience all about it. Okay. I'll tell you what happened, you know this year in Albany. It was really a mess and unfortunately, under one party rule a lot of bad legislation became law. And sometimes the victories that we have, or are stopping bad things from taking place stopping bad laws from going into effect, and what what happened was as you know, last week, there was a Bill that in it'd be signed by governor Cuomo do give driver's license to illegal immigrants and that became law enforcement, I debated against it. So dominion, my collie but nonetheless, we were outnumbered on the votes. And so it became the law, but three days later, they introduced a Bill on the last day of session, which would have automatically registered those who applied for drivers licenses to vote. So the Bill, which actually stated that people have to opt out from this program, so everyone who applied for a driver's license, whether they're eligible or not, whether they're citizens or not would be sent to the board of elections as an application. Unless they physically opted out of the program. And then, so basically puts the burden on the individual to say, I'm not eligible to vote and I opted out the minus doing that your application would be sent automatically to the board of elections. So we, we found these flaws in the Bill. We made a lot of noise. We with the media's how we will expose what was taking place in the Senate has passed the Bill. But after we expose what was in it. The assembly took it off the agenda the eleventh hour. And so we finish session this year without passing that very misguided and very flawed piece of legislation that would have jeopardized the integrity of our election, and diminish the votes of the citizens, so we have to be very cautious with any type of automatic voter registration of Bill or law that comes now following this, this bed initial bad piece of legislation that gave drivers licenses to those who are country unlawfully now under our constitution. You have to be a citizen to vote as is that true. You have to be a citizen to vote. But unfortunately, John, you know, there are some blatant attempts to try to undermine that look what the house of representatives did recently. I mean you know, you know, I'm running for congress and a maximum running against refused to even vote for a resolution that condemns illegal immigrants voting in local municipalities, you know that that and that, you know, 'cause you're Cortez and Ilan Omar and any other members also refused to condemn it. So we have to be very vigilant, we're talking about the fundamental foundation of our democracy of our elections. And, and if we jeopardize the integrity of our elections that will be the end of our state. It'll be the end of our country. And so, you know, I take this very seriously, the idea that they were going to look to pass some type of solution like this. That would provide a there was very, very flawed. But it would provide basically. A loophole for people who are registered to register to vote, even though they're not eligible and the worst part of the Bill was every even specific language in there that said, if someone, quote unquote, unknowingly registered to vote or unknowingly voted who was not eligible, they wouldn't face any penalties. That's what was actually in the Bill Wang, which that the Senate passed this past week, and that we were able to stop from coming to the floor. So keep an eye out because I typically they'll be attempts to do this again when we return to session for next year. So we need to be vigilant about this, and I understand the governor actually came out as well following the following this whole debacle and said that the Bill was flawed that he would not have signed it, if it came before him, we need to hold the governor accountable, make sure that he continues to do the right thing, and work with us to ensure that we preserve our our election system here, a minute left. Were the people in assembly and the Senate that knew that floor was there and they wanted to pass it? Well, they knew the flow is there. In fact, they acknowledged the floor and in the New York Post article of came out that day they actually said that they will they had, they would fix it in a amendment next year to the loss of they were actually planning to pass this Bill, make it law, and then pass a chapter amendments next year. I mean I mean, that was ridiculous to be able to go forward with a Bill knowing that there was such a fatal flaw in this, and, and that's what's wrong with Albany's that have taking your time, you know, making sure your language legislation is right? I mean, we're not writing essay contest year writing laws and every word matters. And we have to ensure that it is done precisely as intended. So the fact that they were going to go forward this Bill until. We close them out on it was really a disgrace and shows how government doesn't work. Sometimes nico- mega tax you did well for all of New York. Now, I understand you're running for congress from Staten Island and Brooklyn, and you wanna fix Washington. Tell us about that. Well, you know, I wanna take the same fight the same passion energy that I've had in Albany fighting, my constituents Brooklyn and Staten Island and, yes, go to Washington. We, we need New York City needs one Representative in opposition right now. We don't have one Republican in Washington. That's your father you. Whether you're a democrat or Republican because we all we do pride ourselves in having a two party system, and we see what's happening on one party rule in the city level and on the state level here in New York. And so we need at least one boy to go to Washington from New York City, who will be commonsense voice and provide an alternative perspective. And so, look, I think that there's a lot to be done in Washington, both for. For the nation, but also for local issues in my district, and I think it would give me a great platform to fight for the things that I've been fighting for to push back on mayor to Blasios and his agenda. You know, he's a lot of things that are fixing New York City here that there's better oversight your city housing authority infrastructure in subway system. Oh, my out of time. Thank you so much for coming on. Good luck in your race for congress. We need Washington, straightened out, and you are passionate you're half Cuban Latino and half Greek. That's a lot of passion Mia. Good luck again. And thank you for coming on. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

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CATS Roundtable

14:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable, John cats. Cotija Sunday morning. What's going on all of the sudden everybody's running for president, you seeing polls all over the place. And this is one of the nation's holsters and mostly Republican politics. John mclaughlin. How are you, John? I'm doing great. It's a very good time to be upholster poll though exchange President Trump's bolster for now for over a few years. Is that correct? Yes, I met him in twenty eleven he's sticking around in two thousand twelve but then he posts his timing was impeccable and went back to work for him helped him in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen election now we're getting ready for next year. Same out with some new terminology, Trump on Thursday came out with, what equalled fake polls. What pray tell America about how faith are some polls? I mean, I have my own opinions on it when, when people ran for mayor in New York, but I like to hear your your European. You've seen the inside of a campaign where you run a campaign, you ran for mayor. And, and maybe he had a better pulse that you can pull it off. But, but I did my best tried to help you behind. And. Yeah. But I told you the truth, and, and we did what we had to do, and you ran a great race in spite of the fact that there were other odds. But let's talk about President Trump. I don't blame him for being very cynical about the pulse because the pulse that you've seen in a campaign that he sees in a campaign, maybe. Maybe nine point nine percent of those pulse. We never release their strategic indepth information about how to win how to change the pulse and the polls, he's referring to a media pulse. And when I worked for in twenty sixteen right before the election in all these battleground states. They don't have them losing. I mean at this point in time, you know, one poll had him losing fifty eight fifty to thirty two against against Hillary Clinton. And then right. At the end of the race. They all had us losing it was a Hillary electoral law. And when you look at the electoral votes, they said the day before the election and the weekend before the election. They said we only had one hundred sixty four electoral votes. We got three hundred four of the five thirty one it was a decisive win. But these polls when you look at the media pulses all different types, and I'm a statistician I have an MBA quantitative methods from Fordham. And, and I, I look at is who they polling who they calling? And if they're not talking to likely voters. They're wasting their clients interviews. A lot of these polls are adults and there's two hundred forty million eligible voters in the country and a lot of those registered voters are eligible voters, don't vote. And a lot of those people are, are in these polls and last time, S strategy is to win the Sunday before the election. I, I was on, on the phone Jared Kushner, and with bypass count. But I've plus Kalfa campaign manager is in charge of digital at all the analytics, he was certain we were going to win. And I was telling Jared that all the polls have tied, and we need to need to have a great turnout on Tuesday to win, and we had a record turn out of one hundred thirty nine million voters nine million more than Romney and Obama had and it was because Donald Trump busted his butt to bring it out. Millions of people from the heartland, and the rust belt and the sun belt that were able to change the polls and win a historic victory. So, so he did it. It was going to five or six cities day states day. He was doing TV interviews and radio interviews around the country and the key place to get out the vote, and we all do that. And these Paul's missed all that, and it's because they do these adults and these, you know, not likely voters, and they're randomly calling people when we do Paul's campaign. I call the voter. I know exactly who I'm calling because it's a database. It's more expensive. It's harder to do, but it's more accurate and it helps candidates win. Now, I remember join one at a mayo races. Bill Thompson was running against the mayor sitting mayor and all the pulses said, Bill Thompson is twenty points behind who was the running for mayor at that time. Right. And it seemed like every poster had it wrong because Bill Thompson, Bill Thompson, did not raise any money because why should you go against the city? Mayor. Why should you? You give Bill Thompson any money. And at the end of the day, Bill Thompson was on your few points of right? And it was because he was running against an incumbent mayor Bloomberg. And what mayor Bloomberg had at that point in the polls was all he was going to get because what, what they missed in the analysis was the people that were undecided didn't wanna vote for Bloomberg. They knew who he was. And whether it was they're upset about the taxes going up on their homes or the fact that they didn't plow snow in the winter or something like that they weren't going to vote for, and I tell you, what if you looked at the polls in those polls, I remember looking at them a lot of undecided were African American and Hispanic minority voters, and they ended up going for Thomson, once they found out who he was at center, so you gotta be careful analysis of these pollsters. We've all been burned by polls, where sometimes you make a, you know, you're looking at the ball, and you're saying, I know him in a close race, but it could go either way, but a lot of these polls there. Really, not as undecided, as people think, and a lot of the polls back in two thousand sixteen and a lot of these polls. Now, those undecided voters, a lot of them are Trump voters. And they used to talk about a hidden from folks and now with the media being so hostile. I mean it's president has a great record economies deal. Well, he's got a positive job approval in the economy, America's safer and stronger. He's done great things for the country and people with forecasting models. Like she Ratna wrote or not there, two weeks ago, the New York Times saying the models of forecasting, that President Trump will get reelected, even at this early stage, but the polls when they're not done well done as cheaply inefficiently as they were done back in twenty sixteen. They're going to be wrong again. They're doubling down on the on on poor science at the time. So, and they don't know how to analyze, he's Trump voters because they don't like talk in the media because they know the media's like ninety percent. Negative coverage are their president now you're the president's post way. Why do you think President Trump is right now? If the election was next week now I saw poem in, in Texas, which is Republican territory. Traditionally that Biden could beat Trump in Texas, which I didn't believe so where are we? Well, I don't believe. I don't believe it either. I know that Paul, you're talking about usually in Texas, the first thing I do when I look at a poll as I looked at the party affiliation. Because Trump has a solid conservative Republican base, and he's getting ninety percent of the Republican vote that pull you had in Texas, normally, the Republicans have a ten point party -ffiliated advantage that poll had only a couple of points, maybe three or four points Republican van. So you shorting Trump's six points right off the bat and these other Democrats are undefined right now. So, so when I truly believe the president's on his way to re-election and, and what's, what everybody knows even the Democrats opposition is the last two presidents, who got reelected on election day. They had a fifty one percent job approval. That was George W Bush in two thousand and four anyone reelection fifty one percent and in twenty twelve Obama had a fifty one percent Java for the NBA on on election day, and he won fifty one percent. So they are struggling there. The democrat. Throng everything they can to stop Trump to de rail his agenda to keep them from doing things precisely to keep his job approval from going over fifty percent. And he's in the high forties. I'm most pulse. But the likely voter poll, yes. This past Wednesday this past Wednesday and Rasmussen, their poll had the president's job for among likely voters at fifty percent. So if the president is able to raise your travel will this year and the Democrats are going off the deep end. I mean Elizabeth Warren is now moving into second place in national polls like the yougov Paul the morning, register pulse. She was in virtual Sanders among Iowa caucus goes, the Nevada caucus goers among Democrats, she's in second place. She's moving up. So they're moving into a place where you're going to have somebody other than Biden, Biden is like, flatter weakening, and you could get somebody like Elizabeth Warren, a camera, Harrison, even Bernie Sanders could still make come back. But you're going to get somebody in the Trish. Shen of say Mondale to cocky, or even McGovern coming out of the Democratic Party. So with the president, if his job approval record success continues, which it will, and the Democrats of keep on going to the left and nominated extremists, I think the president is a good bet as Stephen her set in those models in the forecast that he will get reelected, but we will take nothing for granted, and we'll keep working hard for election day next year. Now tell us about the democratic poll says twenty people running twenty four people at least Lee. What are you? It's, it's a very volatile field. And, and you've got twenty three Democrats it's historic. I mean, last time, President Trump able to come out of feel the seventeen candidates, and he wanted historic upset getting the nomination anyone a historic election, if there'd be Republican then went on to beat the Washington, establishing this time around the Democrats, they're all, like, it's a derangement, there'd be where they're so perplexed by President Trump. Not just the fact that they couldn't believe you one last time. But now that they can't believe he's such a successful president, where people do like his policies, and they do like what he's accomplishing, and they really like the fact that he's a tough guy who's really able to, you know, do the job that, that the country needs. He's really uniquely position to, to get reelected. But the democrat field, I think they're, they're trying to nominate the most anti Trump candidate in the field and by doing so they're nominating somebody who's extreme radical liberal, or, or, and really out of touch with the values of me mce. They stand for. Open borders, high taxes, fewer jobs. I mean, it's, it's there if they're running against Trump, they're running against excess, and that's a prescription for failure for them. Back in Reagan days back, you know, I saw mutual friend that was a Reagan's chief of staff here today. It's the Konami stupid. Now, the greatest, it's ever been. Why doesn't Donald Trump have sixty percent or seventy percent? But it's because a lot of Reagan got negative coverage..

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CATS Roundtable

07:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable, John cats. Matija send me morning. What's going on, on the skies with us? Today is our listeners, one of their favorite guests. We got Steve Kates, otherwise known as Dr sky. Good morning, Steve. How are you this morning? Good morning, John. Always a privilege and honor to be with you. I'm doing great. And you know, it's just so amazing John, I'm hearing stories that NASA is now opening up the space station for people like us, but here's the caveat. It's going to cost us. Fifty million dollars. If we want to go from here to up there. Ouch. Ouch. That's a lot of money. He's there. Per day per day. Stay besides I don't know. But I'll tell you I heard some somehow through the grapevine, and the in the internet there that supposedly it's thirty five thousand dollar a night charge. If you want an earth facing view with your room like you'd wanna notion view on a cruise ship. So, hey, at least there's moving forward. Right. Wouldn't that be great to go? Less john. There's so many good things to talk about here. Hey as we move into this weekend in June. I want to remind the listeners out there that the planet Jupiter. John, obviously, the largest planet in the solar system is really easy for everybody to see even if you live in a big city with a lot of lights, just look to the southeast guy right after sunset. That's the big right, big bright, white ball light, that you see about three hundred ninety eight million miles away, and John, I've been watching this as many people. Did you know that even at a pair of Benach killers? If you hold them steady you can see the four basic moons of Jupiter, and that's incredible. And one of them, the satellite called Gani me, this is another trivia thing. That's impressive here on Sunday. Morning that satellite gaining me is actually larger than the planet mercury. So is going through some changes, John this big spot for red spots storm is unraveling and it's been there for five hundred years. Nobody knows why it's just an exciting time to be studying Jupiter and the NASA space probe Juno is hopefully going to get the best view from its orbit around the punditry, but are amazing so that red spots for how long well, we think it's been there for five hundred years. But again, here's the part that's not maybe totally accurate. It's not because of me or because of the scientists reports this storm was observed after Galileo I found the moons around he, he discovered them on January seven to sixteen ten but the spot was seen later like around sixteen sixty and then there was a period of time when nobody saw it, but at least five hundred years is what they say. And what is it? It's a storm, that's called an anti-cyclone, meaning those counterclockwise and originally Johnny was. A couple of times larger than the size of the earth. So imagine the big hurricane or cyclone that spinning every six is around in a circle, and it's been there that long nobody understands why. But something unusual is happening as, as we're speaking now on Jupiter, now, those also discussion that no suspicions had somebody moons around Jupiter might have had water and other Clinton shows, you know, the story goes, Tepe, John, and this is it in our short interview today. He could go back to the movie, one of my great favorites. And I'm sure if people haven't seen it put it on their list of see two thousand one space odyssey but in the sequel and not to give away the ending of the movie if they haven't seen it, but they're basically saying, don't go and touch your opo. That's a sacred place. So you're Roba in the real science world is one of those satellites, the and moons that may have an icy ocean with organic, material dot dot dot maybe some sort of primitive life. And now, NASA has a funded spacecraft or at least they did just before the presidential election to head out there in about maybe four or five years to explore. What might lie John underneath the ocean or the water that they think, is there on your Oba, so that's amazing. So theoretically life may be not just the possibility on Mars. But maybe also around this massive planet Jupiter, which, by the way, John, if you just live the listeners an idea of how massive Jupiter is it would take thirteen hundred twenty earth's you could pack inside that beaks fear, and that's large by any estimation if that is correct. What do you make out after sky will will these disclosures by the government on UFO's that on navy has been chasing? I'm glad you asked you on, you know, for the longest time, I've studied this and done so much, the history channel asked us to be part of a project blue book when the first game out that great series on history channel back in January way back when Dr Jalen hynick I looked up this process of what was happening the government we always thought was studying, and now as you're reporting, and many people know, maybe some don't that navy pilots are seeing these objects, John, that are moving at hyper speeds. In other words, something that we here on earth. Don't think that even the Russians or Chinese or even maybe ourselves have the technology to do this, and what is this, you'll see an object shoot across the sky ninety degree angle, and then shoot away into the sky at foulland's and thousands of miles an hour. So the bottom line is the government's admitting that they have been studying this. And I believe, John, it's an ongoing investigation because one day, maybe we'll report it here on your radio show and talk in detail about this, wouldn't it be amazing to hear that, yes, we have detected some sort of extraterrestrial life. I'm not saying friendly or not. But the point is, I think people are smart enough and could handle it. But do you think I, I think disclosure should happen sooner than later, if that's something to disclose? Absolutely, john. Anything else? Dr sky, I just want to remind people that they can get to see a lot of the spacecraft's that go around the earth, and here's one a little bit of the tip. If people go to our website, Dr sky dot com. And look on the left side of the website, there's a thing called satellite locator Muslims saying, John earth terms is actually Nevada, where you're listening to the cats round roundtable, you can go and punch in your city, and let's say right here in Phoenix Arizona, where I'm base you can go out and I just watched it last night. Looked at it through the telescope and I can actually see the solar panels albeit, you know, a little bit out of focus space stations, only about two hundred sixty miles above the earth for John. That's great because you can see the Hubble space telescope the space station, a lot of other Russian and American spacecraft and even some of the so-called, then secret reconnaissance satellites that are still up there who knows maybe if they're working or not. But just check that out and John, it's always great because so many of the listeners love to get. Questions answered, and I always say at this way humbly if you've got questions, we've got answers my Email, if you'd like to get in touch with me, simply this DR sky, not your sky show, hat, gmaiLcom, and we do appreciate John so many things Somers, a great time. Not only was vacations and people looking out for things to do what a beautiful thing. John to go out with the family or yourself and just go out and observe and take our minds off of some of the things that were so obsessed with or so, you know, so much part of our lives. Let's learn and enjoy the wonders of the sky is I always remind people in a very simple and humble way, always remember what to keep your eyes to the skies. Steve Kates dot to sky. Thank you, and a happy Sunday, and we'll catch up with you again real. Thank you, Jim. Thank you. This is the cats roundtable. We'll be right back..

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CATS Roundtable

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"cats" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Joining New York. This is the catch roundtable Tron cats Matiz extended morning, well, what coming up in twenty twenty one where they might turn off Indian point. What do we do? Then we have an trinity that we have to turn off the air conditioners. What's going to happen with us? This morning is Catherine Loubier she's delegate general for the province of Quebec. And she has a solution. Good morning, Catherine. How are you? Good morning. I'm good. How are you? I'm fine. Now you now represent the the new premier of Quebec. Yes. House would go the premier of Quebec was elected last October in Quebec. And he you're here as a delegate general, which is something like a consul general, but you represent the province of Quebec, Nicole, you delegate general. I do I do I represent Quebec Cintra. I defend Quebec's interest. And I tried to grab a -tunities for for Quebec for Quebec's economy. And you have a solution. I do I have a solution because we have a surplus of hydro-electricity in Quebec it's clean, it's reliable, and it's available to to New York New York state for when in New York City as well, which is the largest consumer, of course of energy in New York state. That is wonderful. You mean, I can turn on my echinacea after they shut down Indian point. Well, we'll we'll have to have a project because there's a little bit of a bottleneck in the south of the state to transmit more electricity. So they'll need to be a project moving forward such as the champlin Hudson cable that is already well, advance and permitted that could be one of the solution going forward in in time for the closure of Indian point. And you could yes. Push the button on and have a clean reliable source of 'electricity for New York City. And that's hydro. Electric itchy. That's energy made by by water. Yeah. You not burning fossil fuels and you not burning nuclear so clean clean energy. It's clean clean energy. And so we have a lot of it in Quebec, we have a large surplus, and so we're interested in selling, of course to our friends and on -tario, but also our friends India clinic provinces, we already do Sal 'electricity to New York City about twenty percent of the renewable mix of energy comes from hydro-quebec. And the good thing is we're able to store energy on top of channeling new energy were able to store it. So we can manage mix mixed energy with solar and wind, and and be the the trustable source if you may of clean energy that can that can feed New York City for for many years ahead. So New Yorkers several. Worried that if Indian point is shut down there is a solution. How many watts or amateur energy does Indian point? But if it were to close, I believe it's one thousand megawatt that would be needed to make up for it. And how much is Quebec willing to offer New York City of York state one thousand megawatt, and we can offer more as well. But there's a project you might have heard of to provide more trysofi hydro-electricity to Massachusetts. And there's a line that will be built if all the process move sward, but governor mills is on board through Maine. And so that line will will will allow Quebec to transmit more electrobi- hardware Quebec. But there will be some left plenty left for New York for that one thousand megawatt and more so governor Cuomo and mayor de Blasio you better sign up quick before they sell it to Massachusetts any other states. Well, I want to thank you on behalf of all New Yorkers. Thank you, and and all yorker stupa leave in clean energy. So not only do we shut down the nuclear weap- of the nuclear, but we get clean energy besides. Yes, exactly. Is that what you call a double win? It's a double win. And it's with our first friend and partner our first trading partner in the US is New York, New York state, of course, in our first trading partner in the world is the United States, and we want to continue to to grow our relationship, and and try to get her Catherine Lou VA delegate general of Kubeck. Thank you so much for coming into the catch round table. And we look forward to talk to you again was a real pleasure. Thank you. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back.

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04:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Good Morning, America. This is the catch table. John cats Martinez here Sunday morning, what's going on in New York. Next week. We have Marine Corps, Lieutenant General Robert rock with us. And there's a big event on may second Cipriani's downtown to benefit the Marine Corps scholarship foundation. Good morning general. How are you this morning? I'm doing just fine. Cather you today. I I am good. Now, the Marine Corps has a big event this week on may second. Tell us about the Marine Corps scholarship foundation recourse. Cal foundation is the oldest. It's the largest provider of needs based scholarships to military children since nineteen sixty two we provided over forty thousand scholarships worth over one hundred twenty five million dollars. I think the key thing here is that we were actually founded in New York City in nineteen sixty two and the store. He's kinda neat because the group of veteran marines live by retired Brigadier General, mardi rock more got together. When they learned a child of a World War Two middle Rana recipient didn't have enough money to send his son to college. So they have some sort of small dinner race fifteen hundred dollars sent that child to college and the Marine Corps scholarship foundation was born. So we we have a root break here in New York City, and since then we've become a national organization, but I would say that the city is the heart of the mission this year, the the letter neck ball in New York City is only raised seven hundred thousand dollars and is looking to get a million dollars. And we have a fantastic honoree. And that happens to be you kept. So thank you very much for what you do for us. The word I'm managing help. With all I am is conduit to help these kids, and you know, we all believe in our kids because kids are the future of our country, and you're doing God's work with which you join tell us again. Who is eligible, this is all professional Marine Corps people their kids. It's the sons our daughters of an honorably discharged marine, navy Cormon or religious program specialists that serve with marines. They have to have a two point oh grade point average, the accepted tuna credited school or career technical education program, and they have to have a needs based income which for us is in find is below the basic pay of the sergeant major of the ring core, which is about one hundred two thousand dollars right now. Now are there e- we give? Scholarship to every child that qualifies technique is really what makes us difference. That is so wonderful. Are there is a shortage of money or you get almost every child at qualifies jets one? Well, we we do give a it's kind of like a the Marine Corps tradition of leaving. No one behind on the battlefield. And so we leave no one behind the call for a scholarship, the as you could tell the twenty three hundred scholarships that we put out a year for about this year. It's going to be eight point one million dollars the awards range from fifteen hundred dollars to ten thousand dollars dependent upon need. But in reality, we we always looking to raise more money and raise the average value of the award. And quite frankly, the we have a couple of groups that reserve one is the group that is eligible for federal financial aid, which is comes through telegrams. And then we also have the group that's in the lower middle, which is just right above there. That is often. Squeezed out. And so that's really our biggest knee that group right there. General. I thank you for your service and everything you do for these kids, and like we said to kids who are future. I just want to tell our audience. There's a website if you can contribute or one who attend. It's WWW M C S F got off Marine Corps scholarship foundation dot org. And the event is Thursday may second this Thursday coming and it's the leather Nick bull, and it takes care of all the Marine Corps kids that are eligible for scholarships and general you do wonderful things. Thank you very much. And the reason I do it is really just because of the experiences being marine for thirty six years. And watching what they do for us. So it's really an honor to get back to them and to their families. And and give them these life saving. Life-changing Mike shaking scholarships. Well, Marine Corps ten in Trento. Thank you so much, and we'll catch up with you. I'll see you next Thursday that cats have good day. Thank you. This is the cats roundtable. We'll be right back.

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