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"cbs jobs" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Goals, and that is to put values on transparency into how the United Nations works. And we hope to be able to work with the Chinese on improving that. Thanks. Let's go to Richard Wrath one virtually Oh, I'm sorry, and on on I will get back to you on the quartet. But I will just say on on that issue is that we would hope to find a way to find a peaceful solution. That provides security and safety for for Israel and security for the Palestinians. Let's take one virtually let's go to Richard CNN. Thank you, madam President. Welcome to New York. Good to see you Libya and colleagues. Thank you for not lecturing us to say good afternoon. We had Ambassador Haley's first press appearance were elected on He had to say. Good morning. Moving past that you have you represented administration, which is pledging need for diversity and change and gender rights and the whole Penelope of different things on You have arrived in time for the selection of a secretary general term, whether it will be a renewal or new candidate speaking in your national capacity and speaking of the woman, don't you think? After 76 years it's time for more than half the population in the world to be represented at the United Nations by a woman as secretary general. Thank you. That's a loaded question on I will take it as a loaded question. We will support the most qualified candidate for the job, but we absolutely Leave and support diversity. We want to support gender balance, and we will look at the candidates who are presented to us and review them accordingly. Thanks so much. Let's go to Pamela Fall CBS job I was listening. Thank you, Liv E in. Thank you, Ambassador Thomas Greenfield and Nice to see you. Ambassador Day Llorente's Um, my Pamela far from CBS News. My question is about Iran. The IAEA this morning did say I think we're allowed to take these off while we're asking the eye, eh? Eh? Did say the D g grocery this morning mentioned it that countries shouldn't get caught up in, um I issues in order to move forward on negotiations, and there's obviously a lot going on with the US backed efforts in Vienna. Um my question in N in Geneva. My question is it is a U. N resolution, and a lot of the negotiations in its initiation went took place here. What do you think the U s conducive? Oh, and with partners to move the ball forward on what President? Biden said he wants to do on negotiations. And then as the secondary sort of separate big question, I thought Richard Roth would ask one of these eyes. What keeps you up at night? And I mean, now that you're in the not general and not personally speaking But in your job now that you're here at the U. N headquarters, Thank you. This is a press briefing with U S Ambassador to the U. N Linda Thomas Greenfield on C Span radio. WCS pfm Washington Thank you for both questions and very nice to meet you. Um you know, President Biden made very clear during the campaign and we have heard him speak on this issue since he has, uh, moved into the presidency. We are looking Uh, for opportunities to encourage the Iranians to go back to two compliance on if they make that decision, we are prepared. Uh to, um uh, also rejoin the JCP away. I will tell you that we were disappointed by Iran's decision to suspend implementation of the additional protocol and the transparent See measures on the JCP away. We think it's an opportunity that they have really lost. And we hope that they will. They will reconsider that specifically on the I will refer you to them on that. But we support their efforts to continue to, uh, Tonto, engage and investigate the situation.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 7 months ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on WGN Radio

"M I'm Steve Berg friend. I know that there's still another bunch that is completely anxious and is wanting to take a serious pause. There are others who are just hesitant. Including some health care workers. I encourage people to look to the FDA and the advisory Committee on Immunization practices so that we can get all the information I d ph will be putting out will continue to put out information about this vaccine as well working with various community groups to make sure that everyone has the information they need to make an informed decision that's doctor and goes. Daisy K. The director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, Talking about those who Might be concerned about getting the vaccine for covert 19. We talked about the fact that it's already being distributed in the UK earlier today, talking to MP Steve Brian. On Chicago's afternoon news coming up on the program, Terry Savage will be here. Jeremy Gantz, also contributing editor for the Center for Illinois Politics to a look behind what he calls Illinois's blue facade. The growing readiness it really is that you know, we kind of joke about the fact that there's this movement to succeed by some parts of the state away from Chicago, but we really are becoming Uh, much more divided than we used to. A lot of areas that went blue 10 20 years ago are now deep, deep red, So we'll talk to Jeremy Dance about his piece there. Any insurers well will be along. A little bit later, I put no Apple is out with their new headphones. And Ashley, you could get a pair for $550.0 the new ones that were actually featuring that tonight in our tech segment, so actually gets this year she is a with news nation and national correspondent. So did you get a chance to try them out? No, I have the old ones. And now I don't think they're working because I haven't cleaned them in a while. So I may need to do pair those You have airpods? Ay, Dios and you can hear. Do they work Well for you. They, Diogo. Um I like them. Okay? I wish I could use them here to talk to you. Stay that be cool. We'll work on that. Engineers can do almost anything. We'll get right on that. CBS is hiring doctors or who are they? Hiring here is we get ready for you? Expand these vaccinations. Yeah, That's right. They're hiring nurses, pharmacists, even pharmacy techs. Even some pharmacy interns. They really need all hands on right. I know this is going to be so put that on your tag pharmacy. Internal Pharmacy. Interns are welcome, but you could actually go to the CBS Jobs website and see The jobs that are available in your community. They have the priority markets. Those are states like Missouri, Oklahoma, Vermont, Alaska. Illinois is not on there for some reason, but Thies air workers who will be going into these long term care facilities. When the vaccine is available. They'll also be eligible for hero pay, and it's not. It's not that hard to give yourself a shot. Regular people do it all the time, right? Well, No, they do. Um, yeah, but I mean, you know, if you have diabetes, you have other reasons to give yourself a shot. That's exactly it's not too unusual. But these pharmacists, you know, they will be giving the best care and guidance to everyone. And you know, this really is one big mission and It's going to take an army of people. Yeah, it really is. I get my vaccination from a pharmacy assistant, wouldn't you? I think I would You know, One of my friends is a farm assistant. You know, she's given me the flu shot in the past and Um, yeah, It's just it's efficient. It's also convenient as well. If you're in the grocery store, um a lot of retailers also hiring pharmacists right now, so it's not just CBS give myself the flu shot every year. Who Really? Yeah, I trust I feel more comfortable doing it myself. You know, whatever works for you kind of hard to reach around, but it works. Um American airlines expanding. It's a pre flight testing as well. How does this work? So you get a test and then you know, Once you've gotten to the airport on, you're waiting for your flight. Whether or not you're positive, right? We talked about these at home tests, but this is one that you purchase through the airline and this will be available starting tomorrow for all travelers here in the U. S in Puerto Rico. So it is a service that will cost you. Those kits are about $130. But at the Dallas Fort Worth airport, which is a hub for American, you can actually get that in person test. On def You test positive course you cannot. Get on the flight rights. That's a tough thing If you're feeling okay. What Obama right, right. I don't know, Would you? I don't know if I would do it. I hate to say that, but I don't think if I'm feeling fine, I don't think I'm going to get a test, You know, makes you wonder how many people will We'll take this extra step. And then if you do test positive, you do have to wait another 14 days to re book. And, of course, if you you would want to know. So that's the other side of it. Yeah, I don't know. Uh, I think about it, so I'm not flying anywhere until Anyway. For a few weeks Now I have no home for the holidays. I guess. This year you got that, right? Actually catch the national correspondent for News Nation. Thanks, actually,.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But maybe they're starting to feel a little bit better about what's happening maybe it's victory lap for the NFL Players Association so Demorris Smith heads up the NFL. Players Association will join US coming up as well. If you'd like get in touch with the program you can variety of ways you can email. You can dial up you can tweet. You can watch on YouTube dot com slash. The Dan Patrick. Show of Course Fox. Sports radio are three hundred. Sixty two radio affiliates around the country. We got to play the day stat of the day and mclovin promises. A good poll question. Today I win. That's very relevant to you. Oh all right. We'll hold off on that. Yes let me start with the AL michaels situation. The hot stove period was a term that originated in baseball in that was used to describe the off season. All the moves that were being made. And now it's become a huge deal in every sport like we have a hot stove league for all sports including broadcasting. And we've got rumor mills it. You know not quite sure if this is true or not but I'm hearing now really took off when. Cbs Sign. Tony Romo for seventeen million dollars a year then. The news came out that. Cbs actually looked at Peyton. Manning remember when we heard the salary for Peyton manning that it was somewhere between ten and twelve million. But you got romo for seventeen and maybe I've got it out of order or the. Espn was looking at Peyton Manning for ten to twelve million dollars a year and I went first of all if you offer him ten to twelve million dollars a year. The first thing Payton's going to say is I want more than Tony Romo. If you want me to do this I got a couple of Super Bowl rings here. I'm the one that originated. All at the line of Scrimmage. I'll tell you what's happening in real time. Espn also reportedly interested in Philip rivers. Now I think Philip rivers might turn out to be sneaky good. He's different than than Peyton. Is I think. Just his delivery got a little bit that southern drawl to him and I think he's sneaky funny and he can be prickly they're probably in the broadcast booth but now we're listening to guy. I thought drew brees. If drew brees got a good enough offer that maybe he was going to go into the broadcast booth. I'd have no inside knowledge on this but I thought if he was going to be decided not to come back and the CBS job was open or the Monday night job was open that maybe drew brees would take that but he he would be leaving a very good team and that's why he's coming back to play. But now we have trade rumors here. L. Michaels was once traded by a ESPN ABC NBC. And he was traded for Oswald the lucky rabbit true story Oswald the lucky rabbit now Oswald the lucky rabbit is revered by the Disney family because Oswald the lucky rabbit was a precursor to Mickey Mouse. Back in the nineteen twenties and they wanted to have those rights and you had L. Michaels one of the great play by play voices in the history of sports traded. And now there's talk that maybe. Espn ABC is going to try to trade back for Al Michaels. I don't know if Oswald the lucky rabbit gets back in the deal again but they want to try to pair him. 'cause Payton's not going to do this unless he's got a great play by play voice with it doubt. I was told that last night that who paint would love from what I was told to be paired with Mike tirico Well Mike. Tirico does so many things for NBC. Sports than be sports would be crazy to have mike involved in deal. Plus Al Michaels has been doing this a long time. I think I would like to stay around do one more super bowl here and ESPN ABC tried to get a super bowl. Here if Peyton could work with Mike Tirico because I think Peyton from what I was told. Peyton had talked to Jon. Gruden and Gruden said you know if you can work with Mike. Tirico do so well then Mike of course went. Nbc and Mike. Not even doing the football game on Sunday night. He's doing the studio hosting a duties but now the possibility of and we did reach out to Al and AL is out of pocket today. I don't know if I was ever been out of pocket. But he is today and that's probably a smart thing. It's a smart thing. I'll stay out of pocket today but we were curious if he was willing to come on and talk about that. But if you'RE AL got a super bowl coming.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He went to shoot around that morning. Game five it was here in los angeles <hes> before atoms press conference so he's at shoot around and he goes i. He had to call his boss and say rick. I don't i don't know if the player's gonna play. I don't know what's going to happen tonight like i. They're they're prepared to walk out and about an hour later. Adam silver has his press conference bands and for life and instead of having riots. We have like this big celebration at staples center. It was like ding dong. The evil racist is dead but like if adam silver didn't do exactly what he did and go as far as he did. I don't think they would have played that game. Staples center is a popular place for drama especially these days and not to move on from your amazing thirty podcast sag. I like it yeah. Tyron loo- ooh i love apparently going to be an assistant coach for doc rivers in the clippers in lebron's building. How's that going to be taken on one and that <hes> it's a you know we're all like especially with you know the drama of him in the lakers <hes> and how that unfolded unfolded <hes> so yeah you know he was people get was on that staff was a member of the clippers for on doc staff before he got the cavs cbs job <hes> and he's a doc rivers is one of his mentors and so i think you know he will get another head coaching job but until he does this is a great stepping stone and and on <hes> a nice little snub. You're like a nice little <hes> <hes> shot at the lakers made for now has to be upset about this right because he likes title. He wants as an option right. Yeah i mean like lebron made a very public show of at of being frank logos press conference. He showed up. He was wearing like neon pink. It was basically like look at me. I'm here and being supportive. Okay okay but <hes> taylor was his guy. I mean that's that's that's what he wanted. So this is <hes> he got over it. He moved past that they have anthony. Davis lebron's keeping his mouth shut and saying all the right things but <hes> nice little nice little move by the clippers there. I'm enjoying this budding rivalry because i'm like one of those people who think there's a real rivalry intel the team start playing each other inspector hate each other organically but <hes> these types of moved to disallow song it could be a rivalry is not a close one. I think it's fair fair to describe ramona seriously great work on the thirty for thirty podcast. It's the sterling affairs debuts august twenty th you can get it anywhere you can find podcast and best of luck with with this and and best of luck on the new n._b._a..

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Right Terry's, hashtag beat Terry. And speaking of big babies, you guys ten pounds thirteen ounces. That's how big Jessica Simpson's baby wise, we can tell pictures of her baby girl. She's also a teeny tiny. She's so short. I mean when you when she has a baby. Yeah. And she's she's like a person like me. She just gained weight when you have baby. I mean, it's fifty five pounds for me. Each time. Listen, that's just these women who are like going gained like eighteen pounds. I'm like good for you. Out of here. Human. Your belly is the truth. So Jessica Simpson Eric Johnson had their third baby. And her name is birdie Mae Johnson. That sounds like a driver birdie may. Yeah, I love it. So that sweet. Love it. They also have Maxwell drew, and then their son ace Kanoute can execute. It's. Is it? Right. Is it Kanoute or maybe just Newt no news is good news would make me think like a little lizard. Yeah. Little lizard. Yeah. And then it makes me hungry for fig Newton's. That's delicious. Yeah. Full of her kids and their name. How can you hate fig Newton's? Oh, tastes like ground up. Man, you guys. Okay. Jenny McCarthy is really dishing in this new book about the view. Have you been reading about this my gosh? Okay. So this book is called ladies who paunchy explosive inside story of the view. And in it Jenny McCarthy is talking about her stint on the show as miserable. She was on the view from two thousand thirteen to twenty fourteen and she says essentially that Barbara Walters was awful to her and horrible that she took the job with the expectation that they wanted to kind of turn the show into more humor and pop culture and less of a political obsession. And so she Jenny McCarthy says she turned down her own talk show on CBS to take a gig view. And then it was horrible that she had no idea which version of Barbara, Walter. She was going to get every day. She said, I've never seen a woman. Yeah. Like that before until I worked with Barbara Walters. And she says. Imagine a woman like Barbara Walters who is then Eighty-three and approaching her final year on the show janea McCarthy says it's her last year, and she doesn't want to leave think about that. And I'm the newbie there. She also says that Barbara would forget who the celebrities being discussed on the show were. So then she was told that Barbara didn't wanna discuss pop culture anymore. And they they couldn't talk about it anymore because Barbara couldn't remember who the people were which I mean, I get it. You know, Eighty-three like she cares who Justin Bieber is. Your audience to talking to you. Well, and essentially Jenny McCarthy was then instructed to talk about politics, and then she says, I panicked because I don't consider myself a political person. Now, I had to figure out am I coming out as a Republican or a democrat? Where do I stand on all these social issues and political issues? She said I was going to work crying every day. I went home, and I was miserable. She said it really was the most miserable. I've been on a job in my twenty five years of show business while I kicked myself for not taking the CBS job. Of course, that being said, I mean, how long, you know, talk shows are tough, right? I mean, yes. So it would have made it. Good point. Very good. Crazy. We'll look and I would be mad to lexin. Donna had a great conversation about this. It's one thing. You know, you you do the job as written? And you you you do the jobs as a as most contracts say, but look if your soul the villa goods, if you sign onto the view, and they say, hey, Jenny we want you to come on to be the pop culture maybe in midway through. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, no. We don't want you to be you. Oh, and by the way, we want you to be Elizabeth Hasselbeck. Yeah. That's not fair. It's not saying you can't blame her for failing you set her up to fail by doing that set her up to fail. I think it's just so shocking to hear about Barbara like yelling and screaming at people. I just I mean, that's so foreign to me. But I've had jobs, and then I did cry to work on my way to work every day to what he should do that you should be. Arthur, I mean, this is very I mean, this is nothing new to the three of us. She yells at you. You coffee pods guys. Mommy,.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Listen to it. That doesn't have the whole thing. People agree with it. So those people are happy very happy. Loose is someone is looking for Beethoven signs Beethoven family, his descendants Arabic. Those are in public domain. Well. Zack says his newly confirmed girlfriend Dotson is already taught him lots of lessons about love already. No more couple senators congressman and he's running for president president. Hasn't there a hot looking couple? I bet she's could some lessons Fanis wedding plans with Blake Shelton on hold until she gets an all meant this isn't a British tabloid. Okay. I have no it's an us weekly is reporting that she's she's began the formal process of getting her first marriage to Gavin Bush annulled K. Here's my problem with this. They've three kids together. And I know people who do this and you've been an old twice, but you didn't have cats. That's rachel. I do not understand bastards were made in the making of any of my. I mean, I just I don't believe this story. They. Out there because they haven't been in the news. She hasn't been in the news. She hasn't been in the news and little while she really would like to get married wise to get married. This is now. No. He's dragging his feet already been married twice. Yeah. Well, everything's gone. So well, why would? Like, I think it'd be hard because when someone gets that close to your kids because she is a young Kingston whose Kingston's older, but whatever young is he's three or four. No, he's older than he was a baby when Abebe anymore. He was like four or five. Oh, fine. Whatever that's young tend to use your kids to some guy going together for like three years. No. So she wants to seal the deal. That's what I'm trying to say. I think they're perfectly happy the way there. I really do. All right. Okay. Jenny McCarthy in an excerpt published today by vulture, this is from this punched explosive inside story of the view in. It's this reporter did this book. We've Don he's been trying to get this guy. He's going to be on so many shows bigger national get numb, but according to Jenny McCarthy, this is an extra this which she gave this guy on the record. She tells them after she started after she got the job she thought. Well, I I she turned down an opportunity with CBS for own daytime talk show to join the view. I can't even believe she did that number one. I can't even believe she did that why I don't know. Okay. Why would you want to join the view she replaced replaced joy Behar in Elizabeth Hasselbeck? That's the season. She came twenty twenty four fourteen was Sherri shepherd who else was there. Whoopi goldberg. Walter Walters and her and said, she said when she started she'd always she said, hopefully, I remember telling myself, I'll get the Barbara Walters. Who is nice. It was a miserable. Experience told the reporter. You know, the, mommy, dear the movie. Mommy, dearest McCarthy says that I've never seen a woman yell like that before until I worked with Barbara Walters. She was three years old and she was approaching our final year. Wow. I think that would be really hard. She also claims that Walters would forget who the celebrities were being discussed on the shore like McCarthy's issues told she brought up like a Katy Perry story in something and Barbara's is biggest saucers debris who is that. In is like we interviewed her for a special. You did last week. But remember, you know, Barbara Walters is eighty three then she was told a week later. We're not gonna do pop culture anymore because Walters doesn't know who the people are. We wanna have you do more political things. She just looked online at shell. Yes. She said, I panicked. Myself a political person she didn't fit she came one thing. And then he said it just she said I was going to work crying every day. I went home I was miserable. It was the most miserable. I've been on a job in show business in twenty five years. I kick myself for not taking the CBS job. Yeah. I think they've hit a stride. Finally on the view. I really like the lineup right now. I feel like it's respectful. I feel like they listen to each other in their smart women, and Barbara it was time time's getting crabby touchy. And everybody was and I even haven't I really haven't missed Whoopee. I didn't miss her either. Because the thing between joy and whippy. Sometimes just bugs me will in Whoopie. Sometimes I don't know. Yeah. I really kind of she'll get wound up about something. But if anyone else's wound up she dismisses, it kind of she has a way she just has an interesting way seems like she's tired of that. I think she's tired. But yet at the same time I like her. Yeah. It feels good having her back in that. Well, as if Wendy Williams didn't have enough to worry about a fan is accusing her show of discriminating against her because of their age and race. Wendy Williams, and she had to take a bus into two trains, and she was on a cane, and they said old people were using canes. Come forward. Yeah. Well, let me just tell you my thoughts because I went home, and I watched the whole her announcement yesterday. Yeah. Here's what I think is going on. Okay. With Wendy is that. Yes, she slept. She was struggling big time. I think that does she fractured her shoulder. Yeah. I'm trying to think something happened. Well, she confronted his husband her husband and his mistress and she got some house down. But I think from her slipping back into drinking and using pills in whatever her diction was during the period. I was it was really scary to watch. Because I think you know, when you're an addict, and you slip Ganic. It's worse. It's quicker. It's faster. Everything's exacerbated. And I think that Kevin has been has told her I'm not in love with you anymore. But I love you. And I'm going to help you through this because I'm gonna be leaving you. I really do. Oh, this is my thought is that he he's not given up this other woman. She was down in Florida with him when he's visiting her. And I think what's happening is he wants her to get stable for her Kevin junior and for her role of his heavy influence on her show. I feel like he wants he needs her to be a paycheck Lorrie. So. Need him anymore? Maybe she gets healthy. She will give him the. Well. I think I either think he's you're already think they know they're done with each other. And I feel like that's kind of my thought on it, and I could be completely off. But I think that they're sticking together to get through this crisis because they know for the Bank, they need each other. Oh, all right. Well,.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR, Richard you've seen. No updates on Stephen Colbert, his job heavier. He's still got his job has CBS job. Yeah. As far as I know. Yeah. Okay. So he can say whatever he wants wonder if he if he had gone on the earned call somebody hot chocolate, you suppose that he'd be fired. I mean with that be enough then if he called me hot chocolate, I don't think so I just wondered if he suggested that you and one of your male colleagues play holster with a private body part. And a and well, I don't even get into. It's it's it's just so distasteful what he said about President Trump and Russian President Putin. And for for Colbert is still have his job is not funny. You can say it's comedy. But where's the algae btcu community on this? Where are they where where the protests outside? No. But, you know, get Bill O'Reilly fired Billy Bush fired for his private conversation with Donald Trump. But said on live TV, that's okay. We can do that. Anyway. I'm going to go into a rant here. If I'm not careful, and I don't have time to do that. I'm sorry. It's the Frank Beckmann show, go on ramp. I noticed absolutely just sickened me that somebody can get away with doing that. And there's so many double standards out there. But that's one, and we'll just we'll see what happens double standards in the media. Oh, imagine that. Yeah. I wonder how long will take the the free press and Mike Thompson come up with a cartoon on that one. I can't wait, Mike. Let's see. You're smart Aleck cartoon on this one. Ticks me off at any rate. Tell you what there was a a meeting held a couple of years ago by about five hundred former Michigan football players, and they they met with Jim Harbaugh and with the interim athletic director at the time, Jim Hackett and the outlined a number of concerns. They wanted to get former players coaching staff in the athletic department, all on the same page. They did that in a lot of different ways not every way. But in in a lot of different ways former players wanted to see the football team winning again, they're doing that wanted to reestablish some of the traditions it made Michigan football great in years past. They've done some of that. And there was also there was also a concern that they wanted to set up a fund had Jim Betts do this. I wanna do us up an endowment funded support. Former players that had fallen on bad times either financial. Or healthwise one of the big issues was dementia. And so they contacted the doctor on the other end of our line. He's a naturopathic physician. His name is Peter Glidden. Dr Peter Glidden, and he is currently treating three former U of M football players with. Let's I don't want to call it experimental because you've been doing it for some time. But it's it's a more natural remedy to try to go after dementia, and Eddie may be helpful to others out there who have family members suffering from a Dr Glidden. Good morning. Nice to have you with us, Mr. Beckmann such a pleasure to be here. Really? Thanks so much. Well, please call me Frank. I and I appreciate the kind words. So what dementia is something that we're we're pretty much told. There's there's no cure for it. Once you've got it. Forget it. It's just going to get worse. As time goes on their done a whole lot. You can do not true. Well, let's put it all in perspective. Right. We we haven't had a free medical market here in the United States for nearly a hundred years. It's just been the pharmaceutical industry and conventionally trained MD's running the show and for goodness sakes. You know from their training from their point of view. I mean, there's no cure for heartburn. There's no cure for blood pressure. There's no cure for arthritis. There's no cure for anything. The methodology that conventionally trained medical doctors bless their hearts are trained in only offers management for chronic illnesses. Right. So you don't care the heartburn. You don't care the arthritis..

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fires of this kind could bring about there are a lot of reasons why we're seeing wildfires of this kind. It's not just one thing for starters. Consider the national forest land that abuts the Sierra Nevada foothills in towns like paradise. These forests need to burn to regenerate. But for more than a century. Now people have mostly suppressed wildfires. So there's this huge amount of fuel built up and around. Brian Beck's home was a lot of dense stands of trees. That are extremely flammable. It is beautiful up there. And we love the trees. But you know, there's such a thing as too many, you know, in in an area, especially when they're clustered that close together, you know, they do need to be thinned Beck's home is still standing he's one of the lucky ones. But he thinks the damage here didn't have to be so bad with more thinning of trees in the clearing out of more brush, she says both on public and private land around his neighborhood. His own property owners association. Still restricts how many trees can be cut down and needs to be a consistent thinning throughout you know. And I think you had that been done over the last decade or more. I don't think this would have happened like this. Now, there are also just more homes and even whole towns being built out into areas where these deadly fires flare up or quickly move into one. Recent study predicted several million homes in the west are at immediate risk Suzy Coker is a forester with the university of California's cooperative extension service here in the Sierra. We haven't caught up and to retrofit existing housing stock to fend off embers is a long-term expensive proposition. These wind driven fires often carry Aaron ambers that land on a roof for get sucked into event long after the main wall of flames has passed through. In fact, that's when most homes actually burn in wildfires even areas like paradise that have been inhabited for one hundred. Forty years are more vulnerable than they used to be. And that's not because there's new development, but because there's a new climate around the old community, and that brings us to one of the biggest factors climate change droughts are longer and more severe the snow is melting quicker and the fire seasons are longer if not year round the foothills around paradise should already be well into the winter rainy season, but it's been more than two hundred days since there was even measurable precipitation. Governor Brown says no matter how much you try to do to prepare before a wildfire starts sometimes nothing can be done to stop these mega fires. We're gonna have more difficulties of things can give better. They're going to get more challenging because of the continuing alteration of the climate lack of moisture early snow melt and festival is. And so David a pretty sobering. Assessment there from California governor Jerry Brown. Yeah. Indeed. I'm here with my colleague, Kirk siegler. I'm who brought us that reporting. And is there any way to make the situation better? The governor makes it sound like, no. But there are factors here like climate change, which is obviously become so politicized. You've got this issue of real estate where people are living. And then the the question of whether you can control have controlled fires controlled burns it any consensus about how habits need to change. You know, I'd like to say if there's going to be one optimistic thing out of this. I can already detect that people are going to be getting together and trying to figure something out because these fires just keep getting worse and worse mean even saw some pretty at least burn front of the cameras yesterday. Some pretty big commitments to work together between governor Brown and the Trump administration here in Chico. You know, I think there's also going to be pushed to build smarter in these places, you're not going to get people to move out of fire prone areas, but we can maybe build better we can build more adapted communities to be a more resilient to fire and figure out better ways to get people out when there's when there's a crisis like this. So I think there's going to be a lot of tough questions ahead, and you may see some consensus. Okay. Another big tough question. We talk about these fires becoming so big. How did this one start? Well, the investigation into that is continuing in the sheriff is told us, you know, we may not know for some time. But there is a lot of attention on utility Pacific Gas and electric PG filed a report to state utility regulators last week. Reporting that they had a transmission line go off line near where this campfire started. There have already been some lawsuits filed against the utility by some of the fire victims, and you know, PG, and he was also found to be at fault in wildfires here last year due to its infrastructure. So there's going to be a lot of attention on them wanna stress at this point nothing has been determined in terms of the investigation into the fire. But a lot of questions still to be answered NPR's Kirk siegler with me here in Chico, California, Kurt, thanks. You're welcome parts of the caravan have been reaching a town at the US Mexico border. You're a member of the caravan before the election, President Trump warned of a quote, invasion of asylum seekers at the border NPR's Carrie Kahn now reports small numbers of people, quote trickling and seeking asylum legally under President Trump's orders more than five thousand US troops, deployed against the not invasion from K J Z Z frontiers desk in Tucson, Michelle. Marie Cocco reports on what summer do. Doing newly elected democratic mayor. No was busy with election day. When the army arrived in Nogales, Arizona aesthetically pleasing is not the troops. Started erecting coils glistening razor wire all along the tops of the US Mexico border wall that separates a small border town from its sister in Mexico razor, wire concertina wire is not what you wanna see on offense with two countries that have been friends and traded forever. President Donald Trump ordered the military to the border to shore up customs and border protection. They're supposed to take over logistical and support jobs to free up border patrol agents and inspectors at the ports, but Guerrino worries at this razor wire military buildup could chill relations with neighbouring Mexican shoppers. You know, sixty five percent to seventy percent of our sales tax comes from people that cross two novellas Arizona too. Good afternoon and welcome. I'm Colonel Larry. Dewey commander sixteenth military. Police brigade Bragg North Carolina, Dewey and his counterparts and see explained that the main reason for the buildup was a caravan of mostly Central American migrants making their way up to the border from Mexico. The troops are not allowed to have any direct contact with the migrants that CBS's job. Our mission is not to stop the caravan of migrants, rather we are here to support personnel. So they can continue to serve law enforcement capacity and encouraging enabled a lawful, and peaceful immigration the caravanning migrants reportedly intend to seek asylum in the US through further west at the wanna still CPS brought him pallets of children's cereal animal crackers baby wipes diapers to prepare for them. Should they come to new Gallos but officials like Petra horn acting director of BP's Tucson field office? Still worry the migrants will overwhelm border agents. Our goal is if individuals are wanting to seek asylum. They need to do. So in an orderly fashion of the several hundred migrants on a caravan that arrived peacefully last spring ninety three percent passed in the initial credible. Fear interview with C BP and were allowed into the US horn worries to sheer number of migrants moving north means this time, maybe different. Well, I can tell you that in Nagaland where we sit today this past week. We have had multiple groups trying to run through our vehicle or lane. So it is already happening. Standing on a street corner. Downtown Nogales be sent about this was talking about the military buildup with a friend. He is a US citizen who was born in Mexico. It does. Rear data, the US has the right to security border. He says. But it's turning that into a nervous psychosis. He says the first of the migrants have already arrived in the border city of decline where they will be told to wait in line at the port of entry to ask CB p officers for asylum for NPR news. I'm Marie school in Nogales. Arizona..

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on KCRW

"Is not what you wanna see on offense with two countries that have been friends and traded forever. President donna. Trump ordered the military to the border to shore up customs and border protection. They're supposed to take over logistical support jobs to free up border patrol agents and inspectors at the ports, but Guerrino worries at this razor wire military buildup could chill relations with neighbouring Mexican shoppers. You know, sixty five percent to seventy percent of our sales tax comes from people that cross to Nevada. Studies to shot. Good afternoon. And welcome. I am Colonel Larry Dewey commander of the sixteenth military police brigade Bragg, North Carolina, Dewey and his counterparts in P explained that the main reason for the buildup was a caravan of mostly Central American migrants making their way up to the border from Mexico. The troops are not allowed to have any direct contact with the migrants that CBS's job. Our mission is not to stop the caravan of migrants, rather we are here to support personnel. So they can continue to serve in a law enforcement capacity and encouraging enabled the lawful and. Peaceful immigration the caravanning migrants reportedly intend to seek asylum in the US through further west at the wanna still CPS brought him pallets of children's cereal animal crackers baby wipes diapers to prepare for them. Should they come to know gallows but officials like petro horn acting director of CB's Tucson field office? Still worry the migrants will overwhelm border agents. Our goal is if individuals are wanting to seek asylum. They need to do. So in an orderly fashion of the several hundred migrants on a caravan that arrived peacefully last spring ninety three percent passed in the initial credible. Fear interview with C BP and were allowed into the US horn worries the sheer number of migrants, moving north means this time may be different. Well, I can tell you that in Nogales where we sit today this past week. We have had multiple groups trying to run through our vehicle or lane. So it is already happening. Standing on a street corner. Downtown Nogales be sent about this.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on KCRW

"Is not what you wanna see on offense. With two countries that have been friends and traded forever. President Donald Trump ordered the military to the border to shore up customs and border protection. They're supposed to take over logistical support jobs to free up border patrol agents and inspectors at the ports, but Guerrino worries at this razor wire military buildup could chill relations with neighboring Mexican shoppers. You know, sixty five percent to seventy percent of our sales tax comes from people that cross to novellas shot. Good afternoon. And welcome. I'm Colonel Larry Dewey, commander of the sixteenth military police brigade Bragg, North Carolina, Dewey and his counterparts in CB P explained that the main reason for the buildup was a caravan of mostly Central American migrants making their way up to the border from Mexico. The troops are not allowed to have any direct contact with the migrants that CBS's job. Our mission is not to stop the caravan migrants. Rather we are here to support VP. Personnel. So they can continue to serve in a law enforcement capacity and encouraging enable the lawful, and peaceful immigration the caravanning migrants reportedly intend to seek asylum in the US through further west Doina still CPS brought him pallets of children's cereal animal crackers baby wipes diapers to prepare for them. Should they come to know gals but officials like Petra horn acting director Obse BP's Tucson field office. Still worry the migrants will overwhelm border agents. Our goal is if individuals are wanting to seek asylum. They need to do. So in an orderly fashion of the several hundred migrants on a caravan that arrived peacefully last spring ninety three percent passed in the initial credible. Fear interview with see BP and were allowed into the US horn worries the sheer number of migrants, moving north means this time may be different. Well, I can tell you that in Nagaland where we sit today this past week. We have had multiple groups. Trying to run through our vehicle lane. So it is already happening. Meaning standing on a street corner.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Lucky here look here our good friend andy mccarthy at national review coming through when o'clock again this guy is the david poppy ortiz of clutch hitters oh big andy you spin on joe show few times as well cbs job i'll have his piece up at national review you doing yourself and the community of the surface of you read this piece i'm sorry i love you to death rate it it'll be at the show notes if you don't want to click on my website don't care go to national review and read it really i don't need the clicks i don't need the money it's conveniently there for you bongino dot com do what you want look it up i tweeted it out if you want to go to twitter andy mccarthy's piece it's like wow that's interesting that they're now suggesting it was never about trump remember joe peace with honor you wasn't about trump now guys it was about the russian dough talk about the spy here is jim commes testimony from march of twenty seventeen again hat tip andy poppy ortiz mccarthy jim kolbe in march i have been authorized by the department of justice to confirm that the fbi as part of our counter intelligence missing is investigating the russian government's efforts to intervene us use me interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any leaks between individuals associated with the trump campaign and the russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and russia's efforts way way how is that how is that joe we were just told by former federal prosecutor trey goudy.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Host of the cbs reality tv programme big brother was the host of the early show on cbs and then is still is moderator of the cbs daytime show the talk wait wider and i know this in a given why it i know that i know she is mary to the chairman of cbs maybe that's why she's got all these cbs jobs that would be julie chen i'll yeah 48 today wish her a happy birthday happy birthday julie the time for some more analysing early show on cbs morphed at one point into cbs this morning and for a long time the host was highly regarded a host the also hosted a selftitled the pbs talk show and it was ousted in november because of allegations of sexual harassment he is seventy six years old you know one you'll love well maybe you don't love them and carrier as you are correct thieves seventy say he had also to other free is not bad huzzah not bad impact weekly keep going on and off you'll get this one all right let's let's give it a try her right we'll give you this were nominated for academy awards in three consecutive years for her to see his roles in silver linings playbook american hustle and the american sniper he was the highest paid actor in those three years bradley cooper you are correct teach 43 delay from saleh walls set out three out of four don't tell that state rep beacon pound sand ice go intesa thanks are wpro news time six fifty six jesse is back the rest of our staff knowing that set in once traffic center he was your drive producing dot com regional traffic well trigger into an.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"If they go hey we want your body now this will pay whenever we can a sure you wanna suited up here you know how good this team can be three games left of the regular season plus playoffs can you can you give a six games russell simplify the huffins for hill with israel i would romo do i know i don't think he would i don't think he would why when he do is it because the eagle's irs because he's killing at cvs i do think he's killing at cvs are these were successful cakes and i jump in here sure if he's co if we all agree is doing a great job of cbs job delay avoid beater fifteen 20year run at cvs would probably just give it back to when every wide for six games go headtohead so rule that i don't think it's the saying i don't think he goes all their motor arrival i think that people gallagher fun i hated them all those years but i think he allowed to go up at garrett but rather and have to worry about them now see that's interesting if he felt like you know what i want to stick it to the cowboys not fan base but their former coach and and all its whether mugler in girich of the other guy over me and wow i don't have a job because you pick dark who now isn't as good i mean a lot of this stuff can be unfair doubted wouldn't be the most surprising thing in the history of human nature to go you still pick somebody over me ripe jeez yeah do you think the other part of listen part of rumble would probably logistical the cowboys apps and you would be sticking even if the cowboys make the pledge you'd be sticking it to them by going to win with the eagles now does it mean when a super bowls means is getting there does it mean that all hey i could feel how i feel about europe but i still of jerry jones.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Career backup rumble shown he's been stud he hasn't been heard this year we gotta get up and zip line let's do this he do you think roma would do it let's say let's play super fancy here added denver resula show yes me right now for hit who if they go hey we want your body now this will pay whatever we can a sure you wanna suited up here you know how good this team can be three games lots of the regular season plus playoffs can you can you give a six games was will simplify the huffins for hill israel i would romo do i know i don't think he would i don't think he would why when you do it is it because the eagle's irs because he's killing had cbs i do think he's kellyanne cbs are these for success occasion jump in here sure if he's co if we all agree is doing a great job of cbs job away avoid heavier fifteen 20year run riot cbs would probably just give it back to when every wide for six games go ahead okay so ruled out i don't think it's the eagles thing i don't think he goes authored by motor arrival i think that people gallagher fun i hated them all those years but i think you've got to go up at gear but you'd rather than even have to worry about them now see that's interesting if he felt like you know what i want a stick it to the cowboys not fan base but their former coach and and all is whether wither buguera inject the other guy over me and wow i don't have a job because you picked out who now isn't as good i mean a lot of this stuff can be unfair yeah it wouldn't be the most surprising thing in the history of human nature to go get still pick somebody over me right jeez yeah do you think another part of listen part of rumble would probably loves to the cowboys apps and you would be sticking even if the cowboys make the pledge you'd be sticking it to them by going to win with the eagles now does it mean when a super bowls means is getting there does it mean that all hey i could feel how i feel about europe but i still of jerry jones i just think it's this is where i.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Cbs jobs that are being lost overseas and if you really are gonna offer a walker of a tax cut than do you have the guarantees that the companies would come vat that would be my asterisks we jumped back into what i call the pandora's box that was flung wide open thanks to harvey weinstein or weinstein rather and the latest is it spreading into radio and television that spin and other it's been in media because of matt lauer accept revolt pbs the suspended the distribution of the tab a smiley show because of some allegations against a smiley they're saying they hired an outside law firm to handle an investigation into it the inquiry uncovered multiple credible gatien's of conduct that's inconsistent with the values and standards of pbs so that's what happened there smiley isn't saying anything he's a longtime radio guy tv radio host all third he's a 30minute interview show that errors on weeknights on pbs since two thousand and four walmart is among the sponsors that helps fund the show whoa that's all over the the website it's wellknown if you've ever seen it i've seen a show course and he's had all kinds of uh you know a big career in media abc cnn the accept her so this is a a huge huge allegation this uh goes along with the pbs booting charlie rose who is accused of harassing multiple women by making unwanted sexual advances and he said he deeply apologize for what he said was inappropriate behavior that was rows but nothing from smiley so we'll see where that goes every day another shoe seems to drop the world's changing fast and the reactions of allegations and harassed of harassment accenture.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"In a minute on congress is one of congress's enumerated powers is the power to raise revenue and spend money the constitution says that the congress has that power but it doesn't say how the congress is to exercise it so that process has evolved over time through laws that have been passed and there are three agencies congress has created two eight in this process the first of those agencies is the office of management and budget or omb this is basically the president's accounting office it helps executive agencies figure out what they're doing from their strategies to managing their budgets and that's where mick mulvaney as and then there's the gao or the government accountability office it's a non partisan agency that works for congress it's headed by the comptroller of the united states and this agency if you think of omb as the president's accounting office you can think of gao as the federal government's auditor it's it's there to make sure that things are being done correctly and that taxpayer dollars are being spent wisely at wisely is probably too strong word i'm going to say it's there to make sure that taxpayer dollars are being spent lawfully then there's the congressional budget office or the cbo which you've heard a lot about over the past two years it is a partisan agency that works for congress as well and the cbs's job is to analyse the economics of federal programs so those three agencies are all involved in different stages of the process and i want you to also recognize that most money being spent by the federal government every year isn't really debated in the budget process because it's mandatory spending sixty two percent of the money the federal government spends every year has been authorized by laws passed with a sixty vote majority in the senate and so it's not a huge part of what's going on in the annual budget process because there is a much to do with it none of off social security medicare.

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"cbs jobs" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"cbs jobs" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Ban people they don't like to ban ideas they don't like that's obviously not that's the violate and then to terrorise trump's businesses and brag about right and brag about doing so and also what is the status of this youtube employee whose on tape alex he specifically calling you out he says that we determine what's legitimate and what's illegitimate and that's a dangerous that know that that's not youtube cbs job to determine whether this don't they get the streisand affect like like they've been caught that the white house one was obama unbecoming about you and shut you down that shot you out there even more or trying to shut me down don't they get that yes we are going to hit on the censorship but we're still growing despite it because people don't wow this must be really important yeah i mean they i don't think they understand i don't think they they they realize they're not going to change their behaviour because it's the virtuous thing to do they're not gonna stop doing this immoral up this is don't take my word for he says the violation of their own ethics the managing editor of the new york times has responded to us he said that they are violating their ethical policies but they're not going to clean up their act because they're doing wrong things they're only going to clean up our act if we lighter if we shall light on the cockroaches and this is just the tip of the iceberg alex we want them to states an isolated incident they said it was just a junior position doing this we hope that they say these things because alex what's coming next is a much higher level editor who is also admit into a political agenda and it's a very systemic thing the difference between austin them they say is that we have a political agenda and they don't but we are exposing that life for what it is well i mean we got documents months ago the gugel admitted were real where they parted company for over a million dollars to the around with real people voting is down so they do it in the aswan they hired outside pr companies have thousands of people go vote us now on i mean this is just insane it's gets over the top yeah i mean it's insane but that's the power of every time i go on your show i say this we confirm suspicions.

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