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'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 7 months ago

'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

"You type in let's go brand into Google news, it is everywhere. AP news. How let's go Brandon became code for insulting bought Joe Biden. The Washington Post, let's go brain and is Republican vulgar governing agenda. By Dana millbank. Oh yeah, but drag queen story are perfectly cool. All right, the fact that 6 year olds get exposed to dudes that are in dresses. 22 hours ago Trump campaign joins the let's go Brandon trend. The NPR national public radio. Here's what let's go Brandon actually means and how it made its way to Congress. Fox 8, let's go Brandon, here's where the viral meme comes from. Three days ago, how the anti Biden song let's go Brandon became a shadow smash. And I can continue. The left is perplexed that there would be a grassroots non centralized non CNN non AT&T, by the way, this is what's so amazing about this is Black Lives Matter is totally corporate. It was top down centralized, every corporation was behind it. This is totally let's just say not coordinated. There's no central command center for let's go Brandon. There's no multi-million dollars spending campaign. There's no pledges from PepsiCo or from Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, saying we're going to pledge $30 billion to get rid of let's go Brandon equity in our country. No, this is just kind of bottom up. Where the Black Lives Matter thing B 11 incorporated was totally manufactured. It was absolute top down, and yet let's go Brandon thing is happening why because people are feeling the reality of Joe Biden's

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"central command center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"central command center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Local business CEOs teamed up to create a report on homelessness and the list of recommendations to address it. I raise his hand. And Scott is here with the details, Boy. How many times have I heard this story have quite a few. Quite a few. Definitely. And I think maybe from this group before this is from challenge Seattle. It's a group of various business leaders led by former governor Christine Gregoire. Who a couple of years back decided that they wanted to really start to come up with work collaboratively and find a way to solve the homelessness issue and make a difference. It's been kind of quiet from them for a while that I'll change yesterday with this report that shows just how bad the homeless situation is here and also what the strain is on the system. At a year annual rate. They say there's 3500 visits 5000 jail bookings 4000 mental health calls that are currently going to police. And then there's the hospitalized for behavioral health issues are 2500 that people who are going through those It's a really big strain on the system is the point. So They came out yesterday with their own ideas of what they would like to do, and this is Basically create some emergency shelter, more transparency and things along those lines. Former Governor Christine Gregoire heads the group up, darling to see that we're the second fastest growing chronic homeless population in the country. At an annual growth of 42% in Seattle, King County. Now she and the challenge Channel folks made a serious of recommendations in this report. And I thought this was interesting that includes the creation of a central command center like one big hub where everything is organized. To communicate with those who are working to get people off the street. Lot of absolutely well meaning well intentioned people who are trying to help with the chronic homeless situation but are not coordinating and working together. Otherwise, you continue to perpetuate kind of a web of services with no central communication. While the Biden administration just announced that it was going to be sending a little more than 1300 housing vouchers to Seattle to help the homeless situation, Gregoire says. That's nowhere near enough. Yes, a voucher for housing is good. That assumes one you have the housing, which we do not and two. It assumes that somebody's gonna be able to provide those on demand services, and there's no assurance of that right now. Now. The report came as the Seattle City Council has started to talk about how much our how they're going to spend more than $200 million that they're getting in federal covert dollars. And a homeless folks who spoke to Cairo seven TV say this system is broken, and people can't figure out how to get the help that they need should be easier. Dudes had an average of 10 years..

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"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And he was one who was okay? He was okay. I don't think there's any video, hopefully of the child who was who was killed Caitlyn Jenner, continuing the slow rollout of her gubernatorial campaign. With an interview with Fox News. Sean Hannity. She calls herself a compassionate disruptor kicked off a run two weeks ago, and it looks like she's going to sit down with Sean Hannity today think about the pressure on her to answer questions. In a substantive manner. I mean, if people anywhere listen, I don't care what people outside of California think about her because they don't have a chance to vote in the recall and the potential choosing of a new governor. But For people who are in California. This is an important interview for her, and I'm curious to see how that goes. Number three. House Republican Liz Cheney is still as of right now Number three in the House in terms of Republican leadership. Former President Trump. We told you he's off Facebook. He does have a new I guess you'd call it a communication platform on his On his website. Donald J. Trump dot com There's something called desk. And it's just a syriza of notes from him, sort of the longer versions of tweets that he might be sending had hey, still be allowed on the social media platforms and you can't interact with them. You can't respond to him or whatever. But you can then repost his comment on social media. One of the things that he said hey issued a statement saying he gave his complete and total endorsement to house Republican at least the fan it to take over. And called Liz Cheney a warmonger a couple of times. Well, the death toll from that collapse of an overpass in Mexico City on the Metro has climbed to 24 crews are still working. Clear that wreckage and the anger is growing because this was not the first catastrophe to hit what is one of the world's largest mass transit systems. The the anger, the frustration continues. The mayor Claudia Sheinbaum, promised this thorough investigation. The president had suggested that all of this would be wide open to the public. Everything would be transparent. The outside firm and the federal prosecutor's office, they say, will be brought in to investigate what exactly happened. It was a tense press conference yesterday, she said. We're going to get to the truth. We're not going to cover anything up. This is the request we're making to the prosecutor's office. There will be accountability. The collapse followed a spate of issues with Metro, including trains crashing into each other of fire that tour through the systems Central Command Center is well. It also occurred online 12 the Golden Line, which opened to they say fanfare as As a symbol of modernization of the metro system in Mexico City, But it was beset by closures and construction problems like you see from time to time when government gets together, toe open up infrastructure. On in one of the odd twists of social media. These tweets did age. Well, for example, Paulina Garcia 45 year old resident of that area in that southeastern A, Burrow said. I always said one day it's going to collapse. There were retweets yesterday of old tweets. Suggesting that people did not feel comfortable Now, listen, I don't know if it's just visually. They look at this thing, and they say that can't be stable or if there were people with some sort of engineering prowess, who said that is not capable of surviving over the course of years with with Metro trains running on them, the head of the Metro Workers Union said four of the lines were Tom by time bomb. Excuse me because the infrastructure were so dilapidated. That does not instill confidence. No line 12. This golden line carried approximately 350,000 passengers a day from that South South eastern burrow. Lot like not even say it. That whatever it's called the neighborhood, they said it's kind of semi rural to the south central part of the capital and Like you mentioned they were is this it was heralded as sort of the modernization of the metro system. It was long overdue infrastructure advancement for this metro system that was founded in the late sixties but has been chronically underfunded since then. Subways director Florencia sorry Ana says that this line received a very rigorous daily inspection. Was reviewed in June of last year after an earthquake that was strong but did not cause significant damage to the city. City report in 2017 noted significant damage to a portion of that line after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake that year. The Foreign Relations Secretariat. Foreign Relations secretary Guy named Marcello, a bar abroad was the mayor from 2006 to 12 when this line went up. He is also one of those guys who's getting heat for this. Because even though he is considered likely presidential material down the road abroad, said those responsible should be identified. And he would make himself available to authorities to answer any questions because he was the one who oversaw all of this. When that golden Line line 12 opens 2012. All right, coming up next. What you watching Wednesday? We've got a new show that you're going to tell me about. I'm excited for that. We've got a couple things we We got our eyes on like jeopardy. They say they're close to naming Alex Trebek's permanent replacement. Ooh. So you know what we know about that, and the night court is coming back during Shannon will continue just moment. Layla Mohammed's over there with an update. Investigators of the fire that hollowed out the San Gabriel mission say they found their arsonist. For many lifelong parishioners. The fire has been a little death. Father, John Bull News says his church was rocked by last summer's fire, though now they know who's responsible. John David Corey Jr think Gabriel fired Afternoon. Antonio Integrity, says Corey was already serving time for an unrelated arson when investigators tied him to the fire that destroyed the roof of the mission, causing more than $6 million in damage. But we are resurrection people, and we look ahead to the future. It's a future where the mission has a new roof by August, serendipitously time for 250th anniversary in San Gabriel, Chris and Carl. Okay if I news Coast Guard says they got a distress call about a boat hitting rocks in the ocean near Rancho Palace. Virgie's, but it hasn't found anything. That call came in yesterday, but the Coast Guard says it's search hasn't found a boat or wreckage. Two bills to in the way spousal rape is prosecuted, have stalled in the state lawmakers were hoping to end what has been called in archaic distinction between spousal rape and other forms of sexual assault. The bills would have meant that the rape of a spouse would be treated and punished the same as any rape. The measures didn't get a committee hearing before last week's deadline, but lawmakers will try again next year. California is one of only 11 states where a rapist faces lesser charges if they happen to be married to the person they raped. Debra Mark Ko Phi News, one of the Republicans running for governor of California, has shared the start of his campaign tour with a furry face. John Cox appeared in Sacramento yesterday with a trained £1000 bear name tag. Cox is calling himself the Beast, as opposed to the beauty governor knew some people in Europe can expect to see Mill warms at the grocery store. Soon the European Union has approved a proposal to market the worms as a novel food The use is Food Safety agency said earlier.

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Mayor Lightfoot Thanks City Workers as Chicago's Restaurant Week Kicks Off

WGN Programming

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Mayor Lightfoot Thanks City Workers as Chicago's Restaurant Week Kicks Off

"Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot could decide to keep city restrictions at current levels. Given its high population and separate Coben 19 vaccine program. The city is expected to shed light soon on its plan. Today, the mayor thanks city workers as she officially kicked up restaurant Week. Every city department that has Sacrifice. It has worked their tails off to make sure that we have a solid infrastructure for distributing vest room, speaking from the city's Central Command Center restaurant week runs through April, 4th. And for the first time it includes take out and delivery in addition to the usual indoor and outdoor dining reservations,

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"central command center" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"central command center" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"central command center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KGO 810

"Right that's chip Franklin so stay tuned for that this discussion is not going away like I said we'll discuss more tomorrow you're listening to KGO for special report protests across America the brother of George Floyd has appealed for peace in the aftermath of riots and arson fires following the death of his brother in Minneapolis Terence Floyd toward the crowd near where his brother was killed that violence is not the answer that's the way I don't the debate ministration is offering help to jurisdictions around the country White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany there will be additional federal assets deployed across the nation there will be a central command center in conjunction with the state and local governments that will include general Milley secretary asked for an AG barb a curfew is being imposed in New York City starting at eleven PM tonight after days of protests today's decision further limits the movement of the cities eight point six million people IBM Kate's the World Health Organization says it was surprised by president trump's decision that the US is cutting ties with the organization of the confusing or even questionable aspects to this is that the announcement by the president came just one week after he gave the W. H. O. thirty days to make changes or he would then consider pulling out when that announcement came there was suggestions that the president would need congressional approval anyway as the U. S. is a founding country of the organization the world has long benefited from the strong collaborative engagement with the government and the people of the United States the general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he heard about the withdrawal in the media nothing official and hopes the relationship with the U. S. continues I'm Jim wrote the US Naval Academy is planning to have its forty four hundred midshipmen returned to campus in Annapolis Maryland for the fall students completed the spring semester online on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average.

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"central command center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Studio super talk ninety nine protests across America the brother of George Floyd has appealed for peace in the aftermath of riots and arson fires following the death of his brother in Minneapolis Terence Floyd toward the crowd near where his brother was killed that violence is not the answer that's the way that's what the debate ministration is offering help to jurisdictions around the country White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany there will be additional federal assets deployed across the nation there will be a central command center in conjunction with the state and local governments that will include general Milley secretary asked for an AG barb a curfew is being imposed in New York City starting at eleven PM tonight after days of protests today's decision further limits the movement of the cities eight point six million people IBM Kate's the World Health Organization says it was surprised by president trump's decision that the US is cutting ties with the organization of the confusing or even questionable aspects to this is that the announcement by the president came just one week after he gave the W. H. O. thirty days to make changes or he would then consider pulling out when that announcement came there was suggestions that the president would need congressional approval anyway as the U. S. is a founding country of the organization the world has long benefited from the strong collaborative engagement with the government and the people of the United States Russia general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he heard about the withdrawal in the media nothing official and hopes the relationship with the U. S. continues I'm Jim wrote the US Naval Academy is planning to have its forty four hundred midshipmen returned to campus in Annapolis Maryland for the fall students completed the spring semester online on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average.

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"central command center" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And violence is not the answer that's the way I don't the job administration is offering help to jurisdictions around the country White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany there will be additional federal assets deployed across the nation there will be a central command center in conjunction with the state or local governments that will include general Milley secretary asked for an AG barb a curfew is being imposed in New York City starting at eleven PM tonight after days of protests today's decision further limits the movement of the cities eight point six million people I'm Dan Cates the World Health Organization says it was surprised by president trump's decision that the US is cutting ties with the organization of the confusing or even questionable aspects to this is that the announcement by the president came just one week after he gave the W. H. O. thirty days to make changes or he would then consider pulling out when that announcement came there was suggestions that the president would need congressional approval anyway as the U. S. is a founding country of the organization the world has long benefited from the strong collaborative engagement with the government and the people of the United States the general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he heard about the withdrawal in the media nothing official and hopes the relationship with the U. S. continues I'm Jim wrote the US Naval Academy is planning to have its forty four hundred midshipmen return to campus in Annapolis Maryland for the fall students completed the spring semester online on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained ninety.

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"central command center" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"I hope everyone's joined the show. I wanted to take a quick break and talk about the twenty twenty keynote symposium. I had the opportunity to be a keynote speaker. This past year at the first annual microbiome keynote symposium this was the first symposium curated to unite experts in the field of microbiome therapeutics and Functional Medicine in order to create practical solutions to impact the lives around us. The second annual microbiome keynote symposium presented by microbiome labs in Scottsdale Arizona will be November thirteen to November. Fifteen twenty twenty. Check it out. The venue is amazing. Now let's get back to the show one other thing I wanted to talk about. Is You know we know that a lot of people present with Gi symptoms gastrointestinal symptoms and that This virus can be detected in stool and it's felt that many who present with Jay symptoms may have a more aggressive clinical course. Oh I'm sure the microbiome has a story to tell that. We just Evan fully uncovered yet. But what do you think just as a microbiologist could be going on? And why why this could be the case. I think there's a couple of things Number one indicates that fecal oral route is a way of getting this virus and Tikolo route is a route of getting numerous infections If people aren't familiar that what that means is that inadvertent getting Getting fecal matter and I know it sounds totally gross which is better microscopic poop matter into your oral cavity. How does that happen well? I'll just give you one a couple of examples if you've ever gone bowling right arm if you if you put your fingers in a bowling ball and you throw the ball down the lane you have picked up way more fecal matter from other people than you would be stuck in the toilet because some of these what we call four nights these are inanimate objects that people frequently they transfer people's fecal matter because lots and lots of people don't wash hands adequately even after going bathroom breaks so people are carrying around fecal matter on their hands and when they talk stuff like door knobs and buttons and all of that stuff and you touched the same thing. You're picking up the matter and if the viruses present in fecal matter and at some point you touch your nose or your mouth. You're getting that economic your system into the digestive track out also means that. There's a potential of transmitting into food right. So food is contaminated. You know if you've got Somebody preparing you a sandwich with dirty hands. And then they contaminate the sandwich and then you eat the sandwich you're getting a source of the virus And early on it was assumed because this is an envelope virus which are which tend not to be very strong viruses outside of their ability to cells but when they're sitting there on their own in the outside of the body they're not very tough. And so the presumption was the stomach. Acid would kill off the virus but it's becoming clear that the virus has some sort of way of surviving through stomach. Acid May Be hidden within suit. You know where where it's protected to some degree from the stomach. Acid that's being released and not only is it detectable in the stool but in the most recent publication on the pediatric cases of Kobe. Nineteen they found that it was detectable in the stool for far longer than it was detectable in the upper respiratory tract so even when the patients when the symptoms went away they would do the nasal fringing swamp. Like they're doing now. They would test negative with the nasal fringy swab and yet they would still find positive. Test of the virus in this tool for another two weeks Beyond when the nasal fragile tests show negative so he could mean that it persists the gut longer than we think Now there's a couple of benefits that and a couple of negatives that right so the first part is talking about the negatives if the virus can infect the gut one of the issues is the gut is full of ace two receptors. Right off every cell in your gut lining can express the receptor and does and as it turns out the east. Two receptor plays a very important role in communication with the microbiome. And in fact modulating the microbiome and the receptor response to nutrients in the Diet. So one of the studies I've recently seen was this was a study that was done well before this was not done. A response to this. But it's interesting to see. The function of this as two receptor. Is that in cases of malnutrition. The bar has a attenuated. Function of the H two receptor and the Easter receptor seems to play a role in controlling the types of microbes. That existed in your microbiome and so this study was focused on how this malnutrition lead to the formation of colitis right. What what is the correlation? There they found that the absence of certain Amino Acids tripton reduces the function of the receptor. And because of that. You don't get the ability to repair the gut lining that is seen in that inflammatory. Damage Colitis so you can't prepare the lining effectively and the types of bacteria that are living in that art of your of your God also modulated in change you end up with less of the protective bacteria in so Malnutrition is disrupting the function of this receptor. And that dysfunction of the receptor creates inflammation in more damage to the Gut. Lining and then that disrupts types of bacteria that living in that part of the gut so this is really intimate connection between the expressions of receptor their function and the types of bacteria in the gut nutrition seems to play a role. So imagine if you're somebody with poor nutrition right now. Not Eating very well. And you've you've had multiple courses antibiotics in your life and your gut is already a little bit messed up and you've got tends to be more inflammatory so you've got a bunch of food sensitivities and so on when the virus enters you got it gives the virus a better chance of more rapid replication because the immune system in your gut where seventy to eighty percent of your immune system exists is not responding adequately to sequester the virus in the gut itself right. So that's why these people present with Gi symptoms. I for a few days which means rapid replication of the virus going on in the gun increasing inflammation in the gun and the problem with inflammation in the gut is that creates inflammation in the rest of the body by the gut is kind of the Central Command Center for how the rest of the body response everything so now a reservoir of high levels of viral replication and that also drives systemic inflammation in a major way by Odin viral load floods into the bloodstream from the GUT. Then it's going to cause really profound response in that person. Spotty now doesn't benefit to it if you have a healthy gut presumably and this is my options hypothesis based on the signs. We can't references specific study. That has done this but presumably if you have a really healthy gut and you've been eating well and you. Microbiome is really shown and that communication between the microbiome immune system is really strong. And you've not an inflammatory responder. In the God. When the virus enters the gut that being the place where most of your immune tissue is it gives your system an opportunity to create a robust response to that virus in the gut itself before it can ever get to the rest of the body or before it can proliferate in the rest of the body so in some ways my hypothesis. Is that if you had a really healthy? Got in a healthy microbiome and a well-functioning immune system as a result of that you get this exposure to this virus which seems to be in a large percentage of people in the gut fifty three percent. I think one of the studies set said in the Journal. Gastroenterology you can. Mount a very effective robust response against the virus. You can get a little bit of the Blow Torch Responsive make which might make your gut feel a little bit on the easy for day or two. But then the adaptive guys come in and they will mount really effective precision response against the virus. So that when the virus starts proliferating anywhere else in your body it gets quench.

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"central command center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KCRW

"How are you I'm Emily I went to visit her a few months ago at her home in Maryland a place for students by nature inside and out there's blueberry bushes out front and a bird bath outback Elizabeth is a career health policy consultant she and her husband Matt Cullen got seriously into bird watching after trip to Costa Rica I love all the water birds I grew up in Florida so I like the big wading birds and they're easy to see their other hobby is playing board games and in two thousand fourteen Elizabeth scheme group had a conversation that changed her life they were talking about how much they loved the mechanics of board games dice rolling collecting items but the themes were kind of repetitive there's a lot of games but castles and about trains and about space and I'm just not excited about those things not said you know there should be a board game about birds and my brain just sort of latched on to that and started thinking about us like I think I think that game so Elizabeth broke out her trusted Sibley field guides and started making bird cards trying to represent the rules of ecology as board game mechanics in the same way let's say you build settlements and Catan most board games have resources in them that like wood and or and stone Anna's like one with the resources being if this wasn't a given that humans and moves like in a game about birds instead and so the researchers are the things of the birds eat in the past five or six years there's been a boom in stem powered board games we now have evolution terraforming Mars psychosis and Tesla versus Edison both published by the science he gain company genius games and for Elizabeth this signals a growing appetite for board games exploring a greater diversity of themes from a greater diversity of designers I think that's happening more and more as publishers realize that it's not as risky as they may have thought it was and while this is not a scientist her game is kind of a quiet lesson in ecology at least that was Angela Twinings impression she's a lecturer at the university of Tennessee Knoxville and while reviewing the game for science magazine noticed something about how the bird cards complemented one another you kind of start off with a completely blank nature preserve and you're trying to attract the birds into your prisoner one at a time like you know the order actually really matter and you might get a different community depending on who gets there first so when we spend the first bird cards you place in your nature preserve impacts other bird cards in the future and that is a real concept in ecology known as the priority effect that's like you know the order in which you need a ride to a new habitat can actually dictate the way that community structure the so Elizabeth Hargrave while not an ornithologist by sticking to the facts when it came to bird behavior ended up modeling some of the inner workings of ecosystems when we spend came out last year her hope was simply to get burgers into board gaming and board gamers into burning but what I hadn't really thought about is that there is this set of people who are already burgers and board gamers and they lost it they're not the only ones to date wingspan has sold over three hundred thousand for NPR news I'm Emily kwong this is NPR news hi is Jennifer ferro KCRW's president I know things are uncertain for you right now they sure are for us to I. Casey are W. we have just a few people on site most of our hosts are broadcasting from makeshift studios at home producers are connecting from the kitchen tables all in order to keep vital information and relief coming to you they say you really find out who your friends are in a crisis and I hope we show you who we are let's stay connected email us or reach out on Instagram or Twitter we are here for you I'm one of the only onto the point Andy Slavitt work for Barack Obama he's offered to help Donald Trump but I think there's a lot of time managing his ego that could be better spent managing the crisis and decided on tweeting podcasting and defend them act on our to the point but cast good to have you along on this showery Thursday afternoon it is four twenty nine here KCRW immaculate habitat for company just ahead we are going to have news headlines from in P. are also some stories in the case are W. newsroom and then we're hearing from Bill Gates he is going to offer his insight on the corona virus he has stepped up to the plate and is throwing a lot of money behind research to get us through this pandemic and then a very curious story following Mr gates for more than a century pandemics have gone hand in hand with fear about beards gentlemen if you are sporting a beard and does that put you at a higher risk for corona virus we will find out in a little over five minutes here case your W. time now for thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the nation's top infectious disease control official Dr Anthony Fauci told reporters this evening that well covered nineteen deaths continue to rise there's been a decline in the number of new hospitalizations he says this is due to efforts across the country as governors call on citizens to continue the fight against corona virus staying at home social distancing and now wearing masks in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says the state is beginning to flatten the covert nineteen curve but huge challenges remain we have received another three thousand seven hundred and forty eight positive test three thousand seven hundred forty eight positive tests pushing our statewide total of fifty one thousand and twenty seven for the third day in a row the state of New York reported a record number of coronavirus deaths seven hundred ninety nine race in the total above seven thousand governor Andrew Cuomo says so far New York City hospitals have stood up under the strain in California some local officials are challenging an order by governor Gavin Newsom to lend five hundred ventilators from his state to state with greater needs NPR's Leila Fadel has details Susan said he made the decision because among the scores of ventilators California has deployed some eight thousand are not being used we can't just sit on assets and we can save lives and help our fellow Americans and so I just want to clear up any anxiety in that space or any ambiguity he made the announcement to share ventilators earlier this week but it's a price some California counties still scrambling for supplies places like hard hit Santa Clara county ordered businesses this week to report if they have any players and is offering to pay a thousand dollars to anyone willing to hand over used or old ventilators Lee love father NPR news Los Angeles on Wall Street the Dow rose to eighty one the nasdaq up sixty two this is NPR at four thirty to at this is case your W. news I met Gillam California has issued a statewide soft lockdown in its prisons amid the covert nineteen pandemic case it'll be cerise castle reports inmates will be fed in their cells but will still have access to the yard supply canteens and phone calls the California department of corrections and rehabilitation has restricted visits implemented temperature checks for employees and plan the early release of some thirty five hundred inmates to mitigate the spread of covert nineteen and its facilities three federal judges are scrutinizing whether more action is required U. S. district judge John to gar has asked for a report on whether early releases can be tripled a response is due Friday U. S. district judge Kimberly Muller is asking for the state to respond to a proposed order to resume admitting inmates to psychiatric hospitals that was shut down to limit the spread of the virus but leaves people in crisis without critical care case releases cerise castle overtime rather overtime has also become mandatory for some prison medical staff the head of California correctional health care services told prison nurses if they were ordered to work extended shifts or to skip their days off they have to do it L. A. juvenile courts are now holding a dependency hearings from remote locations to reduce the spread of covert nineteen the shift started it today a week after a juvenile judge showed symptoms consistent with the virus cater to be Jerome Campbell reports attorneys and other parties who are involved in proceedings at admin D. Adleman children's courthouse now must attend via webex or telephone that's because two weeks ago an unnamed juvenile judge at the facility was asked to self quarantine due to covert nineteen symptoms parties who have hearings planned for Alfa jam a Courtney juvenile justice center court house will also join remotely L. A. corps officials at large say they have been aiming to reduce exposure since last month by delaying trials and only allowing essential staff and parties into courthouses cater to be strong Campbell Delhi court officials say they've already closed three quarters of their courtrooms to minimize operations only billionaire Patrick soon Shiong has proposed by the shuttered St Vincent Medical Center out right after the state's Attorney General objected to its sale to a foundation controlled by soon Shiong and his wife the hospital is owned by Verity the nonprofit health provider that's in bankruptcy it's currently being leased to the states soon Shiong has said his goal is to create a Central Command center that would attract doctors and experts on the corona virus and relieve pressure on other hospitals California Attorney General Javier Becerra has raised concerns about self dealing however because a company that's controlled by soon Shiong is.

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"central command center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KCRW

"To an fictional wherever you get your podcasts live from NPR news I'm Laxmi saying the cumulative tally of American workers relying on unemployment assistance during the nation's public health crisis is the most staggering yet more than sixteen million people in just the last three weeks economists gusto she warns brace yourself we're gonna see job losses in the in the millions in April this will be the worst month ever for job losses we're likely to see the unemployment rate a move above ten percent in the near term you know this is going to be far worse than the Great Recession that we saw in two thousand eight two thousand and nine Tesla Shea with PNC financial services group even though the trump administration is projecting the Philadelphia will be a hot spot in the corona virus outbreak it's scaling back federally supported testing sites in the area and peers Jeff Brady explains at a White House briefing last night vice president Mike pence singled out Philadelphia as an area of concern and said he talked with Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf and as we begin to see early a trend lines in Philadelphia I assured him that we were going to continue to flow resources and support to that community but FEMA and the U. S. department of health and Human Services plan to end support for to drive through testing sites in the Philadelphia area both are expected to close tomorrow a bipartisan group of federal lawmakers from Pennsylvania sent a letter to the HHS asking that one of the sites we can't open from KCRW I'm Terry Glaser with this local news update LA mayor Eric Garcetti says he's talking with business owners about the possibility of using antibody tests to try to bring people back to work soon the technology is new out there aren't there aren't many of them out there yet but the mayor says that could help the local economy get moving again after the corona virus outbreak could we see ourselves as a business test all of our employees and then see the ones that are immune and have them start coming back to work in the future and I think that is a sound plan Garcetti also announced a new program yesterday called LA care score which helps small businesses navigate the application process for federal loans remember these are competitive loan so if another part of the country is better at this than us that means they'll be less money for our businesses to apply to the university of Washington study that many politicians are quoting says California's covert nineteen cases will pick as early as next week by governor Gavin Newsom projects that peak will be as late as may L. A. billionaire Patrick soon Shiong is proposing to buy the shattered Saint Vincent Medical Center out right after the state Attorney General objected to its sale to a foundation controlled by soon Shiong and his wife the hospital is owned by Verity a nonprofit health provider that's in bankruptcy it's currently being leased to the state soon Shiong has said his goal is to create a Central Command center that would attract doctors and experts on the corona virus and relieve pressure on other hospitals Attorney General Javier Becerra has raised concerns about self dealing though because a company that's controlled by soon Shiong is one of Verdi's creditors have you found yourself feeling stressed anxious or depressed during the corona virus pandemic you're far from alone mental health officials in California say they can help this case your W. Catherine Barnes report state Surgeon General Dr Nadine Burke Harris has rolled out some tips to help take the edge off well face masks and ventilators help minimize the primary health effects of the pandemic Harris says mental stress from things like lost wages close schools and physical distancing can cause the body to try and compensate in different ways during times of heightened stress our bodies make more stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol and these can affect our health our behaviors and our emotions Harris says there are six key strategies to help manage and lessen that stress first she says maintain supportive.

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"central command center" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

10:12 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The Trump Biden battle is heating up. We could talk about that. We could follow on yesterday's conversation about workforce. I have a good workforce story for you. Does share a little frustration. I don't know if this never happened to you. I could talk about that we can talk about. Well, let me tell you about our guests. There's some great guests. Coming up Branko she'll be here. He's the triple amputee veteran raising money for the border wall. They have taken the money you've donated and built wall. And some of the toughest areas along the board of the New Mexico Texas border with Mexico. There is now wall along a mountainside that's been done some international water organization yesterday, or the day before lacked their gate, open. They didn't want the wall actually down. They've solved that crisis now but it's just one battle after another for these guys. We'll get an update on that aren't calf USA CEO Bill Bullard OB here. The folks that aren't calf came on early before the tariff or removed from Mexico. And the. Folks remark have said, you know, we're glad there's tariffs going on. Everybody else was saying the sky was falling over terrace. This guy said, we're glad thank you. So I wanna find out a little bit why they were bucking the trend there. And we've had number folks suggest we have our on the program and talk about their view for cattle producers, then Chris Berg will be here. The host of the program called point of view k x four in the east at six thirty every night. And is also on west Dakota FOX at nine thirty each weeknight. Okay. All right. So tell me what's on your mind. We can talk about any of those things or anything you'd like to talk about today on the program, we call what's on your mind. I first story on the workforce, then yesterday we were at the workforce Development Council. Tons of talent in one room. This is governor Doug Burgum, workforce Development Council is chaired by Michelle Comber, who is the department of commerce Commissioner, but an all star lineup of business. Becca damietta. I may just really good people smart people. A business owners all of really, really good. And they're kind of getting down to now. Okay, where are we going to focus? What are we going to do? Let's get some subcommittees going. They had a number percentage yesterday. We had those up on Facebook really interesting ideas really neat things. They're having the F five conversation f five is doing incredible work, and taking people who are incarcerated or come right on Jalen, finding them a job. That's darned tough to do darn tough to do. But they do it with, with, with the heart. With a faith based entity, and, and some of the best employees are former incarcerated individuals mean things like that really need Patrick manure and the group that the, the golden path solutions. We've told you about developing a profile of students. Students in highschool matching the profiles with jobs in the in the workforce, pretty incredible. Here's my story from today. So after all that conversation all that innovation all those good ideas yesterday, my head just ready to explode with all these wonderful ideas to take on the workforce challenges. We have here in the heartland. And I go to McDonald's restaurant. Along an interstate. This is this is a McDonald's restaurant that happens to be a thirty second avenue south I twenty nine in Fargo. But a McDonald's restaurant at truckstop think of the traffic Love's truck. Stop gets in a day, right? A lot. Donalds in the Love's truck. Stop I go to the drive through. But seven this morning. And there's an orange cone blocking my entrance into the. Drive through. For you. For you. So I go inside and nurse between a thousand and fifteen hundred people in line in this very small McDonalds at that point, why recognize that if I actually stay in that line. I might get my sausage egg cheese biscuit at about six tonight. If I don't what I'm saying? So I say breakfast, all day these days. Yeah, I just have to wait. Yeah. The clock would flip and I'd still be in line. So, you know, and I've had this happen before, and others have as well. And I've heard from university. Yeah. Darn it can't believe me, they can't get people can't get people. It's a McDonald's in a truck. Stop on interstate if you own or manage that and you can't get people, then it's time to go to work for burger time or something, you know, you you've you've overreached, you can't handle McDonald's. The iconic hamburger maker. I think that's poor management. I don't think that's the type workforce. I mean, it is a tight workforce, but so anyway, any any ideas for these folks. I just find myself very frustrated. And I said, I just where's your innovation? Where's your ideas? I remember Gupta, North Dakota guys that started command central command center, command center was labor force group. They helped the might not and WalMart. My not and Williston. Walmart's rather. I remember this if I if I remember this correctly staff up during the height of the oil, boom. When if you could fog a mirror, you made one hundred grand a year. Right. So it was very tough to find people. And if if they if they found people they worked for high paying jobs, right? So they found a way to do a grid and basically break up their workday into four hour increments, incremented, fine. Retired people find you know, moms that drop the kids off at school. It would mind make a couple extra box, and they just found the nontraditional workforce, and they filled the fill the time when it worked for them. You know what that was an idea that was innovation that was thinking through a problem sort of, like us in the immigration situation here right now in the United States. Let's see, we don't have a system that verifies that they are citizens, so they so they can work anywhere. Once they bust through, we've now created an incentive to bust through. We've now given them a carrot dangling. We have this goofy system that says, if you come with a child, we're going to hold you for a couple of days, then we're gonna let you go because you have a child, and we have no way to hold you. Well, now the child's passport you're gonna be grabbing kids off the street, come up with a different plan, secure the border. Get up. Come on. We're better than this, folks. We are my opinion there on a couple of key issues years. Welcome. Eight hundred two two eight zero five zero text me, seven zero one three six seven two zero five four techs Todd seven zero one two two six eight five three. Adam. Is calling Adam, what's on your mind? Adam. Is this the point where I'm supposed to be hearing guys Jack Jack Jack head? What's on your mind? Jack. Okay, I disagree with the management issue. And this is because I don't Facebook much because I, I look for a few things here, and there it's amazing how many people should on Facebook and say, hey, I'm looking for a job, but it's got a pay X number of dollars. So if anything recruiter baseball. The problem you have society, today to so stinking lazy. To go to Facebook and ask the stupid question. Gee, I need a job where can I find a job? And that just irritates out of it then. I also remember this. Are you should on a board of directors for a nursing home in Fargo? Okay. We had a care coordinator. Now the employee didn't want money. They want better benefits. They wanted a care coordinator. I should. Okay. So the board of directors voted in a care coordinator. You don't care coordinator does make sure they get out of bed. Make sure they have a good breakfast in their belly can get to work on time. Can't help them. Please their kids in some type of care, or they'll go pick them up because they just don't want to get out of bed. It was amazing. Amazing. So it's not the fact that we need people to come into this country and work. It's the fact that population of today doesn't want to work the. Facebook, you'll find all the employees you want for McDonald's. But they have already stipulations and it's ridiculous. Just have no work ethic or the care coordinator was for the employees. This year saying the care coordinator was for the employees to coddle the employee's basically. Yeah. Yeah. We didn't want more money than didn't want better benefits. They wanted to Cutler. Can you come get me out of bed? And by the way, I need some eat on my way to work or my car has a flat tire. I can't come to work today or the best one place. I have no place for my kids, without you bring the daycare, expensive the real today. Go to work the real problem. If you hire a care coordinator, that doesn't care. I do worry when I hear stories like that. And I don't doubt any of it? But I still say if you own a McDonald's on interstate in Fargo you manage a McDonald's and interstate you there find a way to keep your drive through open or shut it down a handed off to somebody else. Let Hardee's try you know. I mean I just think that's ridiculous. I hear what you're saying. Jackie.

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"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"County radio station. Searching, the crash site. Joe Klein live from the KFI twenty newsroom in area around March air reserve base. In riverside is still off limits more than eighteen hours after an f sixteen fighter jet crashed into a nearby warehouse. The to fifteen freeway is closed along with them surface streets, the crash yesterday happened during a training, mission base, vice commander Colonel, Thomas McNamara, wouldn't say today. What kinds of weapons were on board, the jet to cause so much concern as I mentioned earlier safety is our primary concern. He would not confirm reports that several ordinances were removed from the site overnight. We can say that are explosive ordnance team disposal team is site and is working through the situation at this time the pilot and a dozen people hurt on the ground were taken to the hospital after the crash, a local district is stepping up security to stop school shootings. The Beverly Hills school district is among two hundred US school districts using gunshot detection systems. Experts say that vice looks like a smoke detector and tracks bullet. Shockwave at soon as fire. An alert that goes out to teachers and cops on an app called share nine one one mapping out exactly where bullet came from the school board out of the system and other measures including armed security officers following the parkland shooting. The districts also plans to add a central command center in the fall that will monitor all school, surveillance cameras, and online activity for potential threats Monica Rix, KFI news. A jury has rejected a lawsuit blaming five LAPD officers for a man's choking death in jail. The men had pulled a bag of heroin from his buttocks and swallowed it during a strip. Search lawyer Corey, Brent says the officers were only trying to stop the band during the booking in two thousand sixteen. He would actively struggling in resisting. What the officers and then poking his fingers down his throat in an effort to try to get this large object down his throat the jury earlier this month rejected the family's request for twelve and a half million dollars. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. New research has shown a link between faster melting mountain snow. Oh pack and wildfires. Portland state professor Kelly Gleason says fires last year burned into eleven percent. More afforest in the west, but it's interesting, the years when we get really early snow melt are highly related to the years. We get big long lasting hot fires. Gleason says fast, no pack melt impacts water supplies available later in the summer. She says the fires also burned force canopy, which is supposed to snow directly to the sun officials in Palm Beach, and Broward counties in Florida say the feds are planning to send in hundreds of migrants each month. Florida Republican governor Brown descent says he's not sure where the plan came from this was not something that came down from the White House. This was something that came out of the agencies and, you know, sometimes this stuff this stuff happens. And so it's going to be something I'm gonna have to talk with, with the president.

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"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We had like weapons like scissors or books, and like some of the kids who are actually like willing to risk their lives. School says the students involved in the proposal have been punished though, officials are not saying how a local school district is stepping up security to stop school shootings. Beverly Hills school district is among two hundred school districts using gunshot -tection systems, experts say the device looks like a smoke detector and tracks bullet shockwave at Sudas as his fire. Flying on alert that goes out to teachers and cops on an app called share nine one one mapping out exactly where it came from school board out of the system and other measures including armed security officers following the parkland shooting. The districts also plans to add a central command center in the fall will monitor all school, surveillance cameras, and online activity for potential threats Monica Rix, KFI new jury has rejected a lawsuit blaming five LAPD officers for a man's choking death in jail. The men had pulled a bag of heroin from his books and swallowed it during a strip. Search lawyer Corey, Brent says the officers were only trying to stop the band during the booking in two thousand sixteen. He would actively struggling in resisting the officers and men poking his fingers down his throat in an effort to try to get this large object down his throat the jury earlier this month rejected the family's request for twelve and a half million dollars. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Some people in San Clemente who say they worked hard to live near the beach, or getting. Victim to make room for the homeless and anonymous company bought vista del mar apartments for more than three million dollars. Then, leased it to the nonprofit friendships shelter, which proceeded to hand out ninety day notices we scurry with taxes. We work hard Jeremy's been at the property a year. Others have been as long as twenty five years. They're creating a new problem by forcing us out to solve the problem of giving homes, the seventeen people whom he says we'll never contribute to society. The friendship shelter says current renters will be relocated, according to law, and the chronically homeless will use housing vouchers from the county in lieu of rent in San Clemente corporate Carson caffeine is let's see what's up with that drive.

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"central command center" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Chad Benson show on news ninety six point five w independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. What you to be president United States qualifies me to be president states is my life experience. People are gonna think it's my Starbucks experience. What I've learned along the way it sharing success. It's recognizing every business decision. Does not an economic one. And it's an understanding a real understanding. That somebody has to restore the promise of America. Howard Schultz today on with the morning show, by the way, if you've not seen morning Joe lately, I ask you to take a look at it because something's going on with Joe's hair. That is. Well, quite frankly, it's amazing. I don't know what it is. It's pretty awesome. It's starting to maneuver its way up in the air kind of it seems to be doing stuff on its own. That is spectacular. I don't know if that's makers doing right? You know, if he's posh spice to his David Beckham. But it's pretty spectacular. It is. So they they hit him with some riveting questions. What you know, what makes you qualified? He's assis- gender white male. I think he says cheddar I don't want to put it out there because he may no longer is that I want to speak too soon, and he's a white male, and he's gonna buy success of the White House. Now, he's not get by the White House. Yes. You can. Hey, can't we Trump? Did. He did if that's true. Then why at the coke brothers president because I'm sure they enjoy that. Because they know they're really it's a crappy job, right, right? Bloomberg Scott a ton of money tons of money. He got all kinds of money. He could flip Schultz and Trump. For their money and probably go. Why not? Why? I've said it's gotta be top down at an independent with great disrupters are amazing disrupters are great. You look back through time. And you see the people that have disrupted business and systems and you've seen and disruptive. I went in. And I broke everything. And then they know they changed things they disrupted the way that business was conducted. Normally. And it was good. It was very good. I'm all for it. I think an independent would be great. And in the data age where we are so polarized. Right. We're so tribal. It's so ridiculous. Is it interesting to say that maybe having somebody at the top of that quote, unquote ladder? Would be interesting because the Republicans can then talk to the base of Republicans, the Democrats could talk to their base of Democrats without worrying about this baloney that I'm going to govern for both sides because the reality is you could say that you could even attempt to do that. But the other side doesn't want you. So nothing you're going to do matters. So maybe having that bridge between the two can actually get some stuff done. And it's funny to see the way that everybody is tacking Howard Schultz says shirts. Right. Because as they go after them. It's mostly and he's left leaning. They're pissed it would they be saying it if he was a bit right-leaning, look, I have news for you. He's not as left leaning. As the progressives. That are overtaken the party want. He pooh-poohed the Medicare for all. Let's get rid of what's going on out there with this thought process that we could just get rid of the entire insurance thing in Kamala Harris has said that she since backed away from that. But it's very interesting. And I believe that when you find if you go back through history, and you look at great disruptors. And see what they did. Right. J P Morgan. Who took Edison and the thought process of electron density, and then took tesla bought out Westinghouse and crushed him and took that and said, hey, kerosense cheap. Everybody can use it. There's a monopoly on it. But guess what I'm going to disrupt? Everything by changing the entire game. Saying screw that. This is what you need disruptor. The ipod the iphone disruptor. Right. You look at people who've disrupted. It's huge. At what they've been able to do. Maybe he's what we need. Maybe he's not. Maybe he doesn't have a is cubes chance in hell. But the reality is. Disrupters have been good. And the potential for him to at least make enough noise to get people to think outside of their tribalism box. I think is a good thing. The Chicago office of emergency management and communications spokesman Richard guide says of Wednesday morning, they have one hundred and twenty two people in dozens of warming shelters. Fifty four people have used warming buses, deployed across the city everything that we've been predicting over the last seven to ten days. We're in the midst of it. The next forty eight hours is is going to be crucial fifteen Chicago agencies, including police fire utility and transportation departments are working twenty four hours a day over the next two days from a central command center to respond to the cold. Yeah. It's freezing. Like. Like being out in the Dakotas somewhere where you know. I it's it's just frozen tundra. And there's not a lot around. There's one hundred thousand people Chicago's the fourth biggest city the country smash it. Right fifth, depending on what rank you looking at. It's a huge six eight second third. Massive.

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"central command center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We've been predicting over the last seven to ten days is happening. So now, we're in the midst of it, the next forty eight hours is is going to be crucial fifteen Chicago agencies, including police fire utility and transportation departments are working twenty four hours a day over the next two days from the central command center to respond to the cold. Yeah. It's cold producer. Phil a quick reminder of what nature can do to you nature will mess, you up mess. You minus forty fifty sixty degrees with wind chill and places. It's insane. It is. And we're not talking about like we always joke about is a frozen tundra. And you're out there. And you're in North Dakota, South Dakota. So you've got this just you've got a small group of of of tiny cities to mid level cities. We're talking about Chicago, Chicago, the third or fourth largest city in the country. Colder than Everest colder than the anti Arctic. Crazy. It is. It is nuts. And there are people out there. My little brother he is just as I am and outside in two days. He's he's like texting me stuff. Like, he's just I hope this finds you. Well. I may never see you guys again. I'm indoors. But nobody can get me Dr Pepper. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. They are meeting. What are they meeting about? Well over the next coming days and weeks, they're going to be meeting about. Yes. Immigration to see if we're going to have a wall or not have a wall. Is that a possibility that they don't get this done? I think it's a huge possibility and the border security, you know, Cording to everybody border security is always important. To everybody. One thing that everybody agrees on. We can all agree that we must do everything we can to prevent another unnecessary and destructive government shutdown. Yeah. I absolutely understand that we don't need another one of those that didn't do anybody. Any good? Nobody won some people lost a struggle. It was a hardship. On some and it was stupid. But both parties don't seem. I'll say Trump drives me crazy at times. But he's given something and something I reminded my democratic friends. The other day is celebrated this understand that hey, you got to the fifteenth of February. Then. We could be back in the same situation or he says on declaring a state of emergency. I'm gonna throw seven and a half billion dollars that I found elsewhere. Into the wall. And all that stuff. I offered you before is now off the table. And you got nothing. So something to think about smart border security is not overly reliant on physical barriers which the Trump administration had failed to demonstrate our cost effective compared to better technology and more personnel. You need everything. It can't be won the the comparison was here. Well, you know works for Israel. Here's something for Israel. I want everybody realize. We're and all the bigger wall is between Egypt Gaza. That's a bigger will. That's a real concrete wall. That goes down some twenty meters. Right because they were digging holes underneath it. So they had to take it. It's not but on the border fence or wall in Israel. They have snipers, right? We're not putting snipers up there. It's a smaller more condensed area. It's not thirteen hundred miles. There's a lot of things does it work potentially. Yeah. Every I looked at Harvard study, they said, you know, walls in a lot of these places, you know, Spain and keeping people out they were looking at at what did to in areas there where people are trying to come up from Rocco it really stop it made it harder for people to get over. And it's really slow down the influx of people. Yeah. But you've got to one of the things that they will tell you this in the studies they enforce the law. So they catch you. They enforce the laws which we don't do this now. Okay. Your he can go wander around for two or three years and tried to get in here for court that right there, still drives me crazy. They'll catch and release them. So it's very interesting. To see again. There's an easy way to go about doing this by making e verify it. Coming after business owners who hire a legally. Make it easier for people to get temporary work visas to come here. It's not a hard fix when you start doing things like that. You'd be surprised there. What's the jobs dry up? The people coming here illegally. We'll also go. Well, if I'm going to be broke and homeless I might as well do it in my own country three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Tammy just tweeted at us from beautiful Las Vegas has my mom's in Chippewa falls, Wisconsin at a at a very warm, minus fifty five. You just sleep at the station. I will say a couple of weeks ago. I mean, I had I had ice on my windshield for like two days in a row, but I did I survived. It was tough. I had to wear short sleeves. But I had put a brisk, you know, jacket on a little brisk, but only until the car heated up three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. It's the Chad Benson shoe. With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. Almost two million Americans are living with amputation..

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"central command center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That potentially this could end up reelecting Donald Trump. I don't believe that what I see is that the majority of Americans are not being represented by the far, right? Extreme of the Republican party, the far left extreme of the Democratic Party. And I think lifelong Republicans have lifelong Democrats, given a legitimate choice for a better way. We'll find a home a legitimate choice. And that's a big thing. Because so far our third party options. Are Jill Stein, the green party, or whatever the hell that thing was, you know, Gary Johnson who just look. You know, there's not a legitimate third party a legitimate third party here him potential. Yeah. What apple -solutely? Top-down disrupt the whole system throat out of whack and make them actually worked for the people. I'll have a bit of that three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. I'm going to tell you guys this right now I worked out at the gym about two three hours ago wit and boxed. Name is kind kinda warm outside. So I'm still in shorts. The Chicago office of emergency management and communications spokesman Richard Guida says as of Wednesday morning, they have one hundred twenty two people in dozens of warming shelters. Fifty four people have used warming buses, deployed across the city everything that we've been predicting over the last seven to ten days. Is happening. So now, we're in the midst of it, the next forty eight hours is going to be crucial fifteen Chicago agencies, including police fire utility and transportation departments are working twenty four hours a day over the next two days from the central command center to respond to the cold. Yeah. It's cold producer. Phil a quick reminder of what nature can do to you nature will mess, you up mess. You up minus forty fifty sixty degrees with wind chill and places. It's insane. It is. And we're not talking about like we always joke about the frozen tundra. And you're out there. And you're in North Dakota, South Dakota. So you've got this just you've got a small group of of of tiny cities to mid level cities. What is it about Chicago? We're talking about Chicago the third or fourth largest city in the country. Colder than Everest colder than the antibiotic. Crazy. It is. It is nuts and their people out there. My brother he is just he's been outside in two days. He's he's like texting me stuff. Like, he's just I hope this finds you. Well. I may never see you guys again, I'm indoors. But nobody can get me Dr Pepper. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. They are meeting. What are they meeting about? Well over the next coming days and weeks, they're going to be meeting about. Yes, immigration, deceive. We're going to have a wall or not have a wall said a possibility that they don't get this done. I think it's a huge possibility and border security. You know, according to everybody border security is always important. To everybody. One thing that everybody agrees on. We can all agree that we must do everything we can to prevent another unnecessary and destructive government shutdown. Yeah. I absolutely understand that we don't need another one of those that didn't do anybody. Any good? Nobody won some people lost its struggle. It was a hardship. On some and it was stupid. But both parties don't seem. I'll say Trump drives me crazy at times. But he's given something and something I reminded my democratic friends. The other day is celebrated this understand that hey, you got to the fifteenth of February. Then. We could be back in the same situation. Or he says, I'm declaring a state of emergency. I'm gonna throw seven and a half billion dollars that I found elsewhere. Into the wall. And all that stuff. I offered you before is now off the table. And you got nothing. So something to think about smart border security is not overly reliant on physical barriers which the Trump administration had failed to demonstrate our cost effective compared to better technology and more personnel. You need everything. It can't be won the comparison always works for Israel. Here's something for Israel. I want everybody realize. We're fence all the bigger wall. Is between Egypt Gaza? That's a bigger wall. That's a real concrete wall. That goes down some twenty meters. Right because they were digging holes underneath it. So they headed it's not but on the border fence or wall in Israel. They have snipers, right? We're not putting snipers up there. It's a smaller more condensed area. It's not thirteen hundred miles. There's a lot of things does it work potentially. Yeah. Every I looked at a Harvard study, they said walls in a lot of these places, you know, Spain and keeping people out they were looking at at what did to in areas there where people are trying to come up from Rocco it really stop it made it harder for people to get over. And it's really slowed down the influx of people. But you've got to one of the things that they'll tell you this in the studies, they inforce the law. So they catch you then forced the laws, which we don't do there's no, okay, you're here. So you can go wander around for two or three years, then try to get in here for court that right there, still drives me crazy. They'll catch and release them. So it's very interesting. To see again. There's an easy way to go about doing this by making e verify it. Coming after business owners who hire a legally. Make it easier for people to get temporary work visas to come here. It's not a hard fix when you start doing things like that. You'd be surprised there. What's the jobs dry up? The people coming here illegally will also go. Well, if I'm going to be broke and homeless I might as well do it my own country three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Tammy just tweeted at us from a beautiful Las Vegas has my mom's in Chippewa falls, Wisconsin at a at a very warm, minus fifty five. You just sleep at the station. I will say a couple of weeks ago. I mean, I had to I had ice on my windshield for like two days in a row, but I did I survived. It was tough. I'd wear short sleeves. But I had to put a brisk, you know, jacket on a little brisk, but.

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"central command center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Last seven to ten days is heavy. So now, we're in the midst of it, the next forty eight hours is is going to be crucial fifteen Chicago agencies, including police fire utility and transportation departments are working twenty four hours a day over the next two days from a central command center to respond to the cold. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago the trailblazers continue their four game homestand tonight, welcoming the sizzling Utah Jazz to the motor center Portland is one nine of its last twelve the jazz won eleven of their last thirteen. Coverage begins at five thirty with a tip at seven thirty on the home of the blazers rip city sports radio. Six twenty. The fed is taking a pause on interest rates central. Reserve chair. Jerome Powell says the Federal Open Market committee has decided to be patient on raising interest rates says he says their current policy is right about neutral with low unemployment and inflation right about two percent. I would wanna see a need for the rate increases. And for me, a big part of that would be inflation. You also says while the US economy appears to be in good shape. There are some concerns that could affected such as slowing economies in China and Europe as well as weakening business and consumer sentiments, Mark Remillard, ABC news. New York Wall Street is liking that the Dow skyrocketed four hundred thirty five points today, the NASDAQ jumped one hundred and fifty five and the s&p gained forty one. The news is a service of crunch fitness, north, west, traffic, and weather are next. When I had my brother. It was always like we have to get there early. So I can smoke a cigarette before we go inside. I'm I'm a little sister..

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"central command center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"central command center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Over the last seven to ten days. So now, we're in the midst of it, the next forty eight hours is going to be crucial fifteen Chicago agencies, including police fire utility and transportation departments are working twenty four hours a day over the next two. Two days from a central command center to respond to the Cole two people are dead after a fire and a home in the two thousand block of west fifty third on the south side this morning WGN's. Eric wrong was higher fighters say when they got here there was a lot of fire coming from the rear of the home right now. The cause of the fire is under investigation. The two people killed in the fire have not been identified. Eric wrong. WGN new people were injured in a fire at an outside medal factory near the goose island neighborhood. The fire was at sippy medals on north Elston avenue. Mayoral candidate. Gary McCarthy says he expects more to come from the Ed Burke, Danny Sali's investigation. And he says he'd moved to crack down on corruption. If he wins the race this point, I I would probably look to create a task force with the FBI in Chicago PD to work specifically on corrupt politicians in city government because it's just the way of life. Gary McCarthy talked with WGN Steve Cochran this morning and Wisconsin's governor Tony Everts top aide says the administer. Gration was surprised by the news that Foxconn technology is changing the focus of its massive project in the state Iverson administration says it's been in constant contexts learning the company plans to move away from the manufacturing of liquid crystal display screens at campus and toward creating a hub for research and development. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Join WGN radio biggest stare.

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