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Mark Levin: The FBI Needs to Be Disbanded and Eliminanted

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin: The FBI Needs to Be Disbanded and Eliminanted

"Let this serve as another example of why the FBI doesn't need to just be reprimanded but that it needs to be disbanded And I've come to that conclusion too We need a new organization built from the bottom up The FBI needs to be eliminated Because in too many ways it's not become a domestic Surveillance And arm of the big government central government Only for the Democrats by the way Only for the Democrats by the way the Democrats you notice never talk about due process anymore or civil liberties anymore Less of course you're a terrorist or a mass murder or you're a BLM burning down buildings The FBI simply can not be trusted to uphold the rights of American citizens any longer A reality that is borne out by its own politicized actions And that is exactly true And that is where we are today

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If You're a Democrat, Take a Real Sober Look at Your Country

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 months ago

If You're a Democrat, Take a Real Sober Look at Your Country

"If you're a Democrat and by this I don't mean an American Marxist I mean an old time Democrat whether you're young or old is beside the point You need to take a sober look at what's taking place in your country A sober look You know damn well what's going on here Is atrocious his diabolical Every single day that borders open the southern border It's shocking they're getting MS 13 members now People who are deported who would who had raped little girls their catching them again and again Is this what immigration is about ladies and gentlemen In the Democrat party wants to give blanket Amnesty as soon as possible The spending is appalling and what they want to do to this country Is unbelievable The bigger the central government gets the less your liberty exists It shrinks that's the truth And you can see what's happening with speech Whether it's big tech or big media and now school board meetings The school boardings intended to intimidate you Unbelievable to wake up to this every day But this is what we're facing

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With the Americans Gone, Afghanistan Enters Its Uncertain, Taliban-Led Future

Politics and More Podcast

01:47 min | 4 months ago

With the Americans Gone, Afghanistan Enters Its Uncertain, Taliban-Led Future

"Robin wright a new yorker contributing writer who covers foreign policy joins me to discuss the unforeseen consequences of the war on terror and the future of afghanistan as a haven for al-qaeda and other terrorist groups. Hi robin welcome to the program. So good to talk to you again. A lovely to be with you dorothy you. I visited afghanistan in nineteen ninety nine when the taliban were in power. And you've been back several times since most recently in march. What have afghans had to say to you over the years about the american occupation. Well of course. Afghanistan is not one country it is a very divided country by ethnicity and tribes bisect. And so they don't have one united view. I do think that at the time of the. Us intervention there was a hope among many maybe even most afghans that repressive rule by religious extremists would end. And a new future would include participatory democracy perhaps a decentralisation of power so that the the divisive provinces would each have more autonomy in ruling themselves unfortunately the government that have succeeded the taliban have all been deeply corrupt and so it was a very flawed democracy. And i think that by the end of twenty years there were many afghans. Even those who didn't like the taliban who were disgusted by the government and that was reflected most of all by the collapse of the afghan army which at the end of the day. Just didn't want to fight for the central government.

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Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

"Ida didn't care if you were a Democrat or Republican. Says Biden, ruler Urban This destruction is everywhere, and it's a matter of life and death. And we're all in this together. This is one of the great challenges of our time, but I'm confident we'll meet it. They're howling at the moon. And they're calling it science. They're howling at the moon, and they're calling it science. And the only people The only people who have to You have to surrender to this. It's not government bureaucrats know they're going to enrich themselves. It's not the central government. It's going to get bigger. Not the politicians know they're going to be more powerful. It's you. The working people this country. Of little relationship to the government. It's you. Shortly before the president spoke newly minted New York governor Kathy Hash oil, However, the hell you pronounce it joined the New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has done a fantastic job. Other local leaders To discuss the daunting recovery efforts underway across the New York metropolitan region. Every official who spoke made it a point to stress the need for action on human caused climate change. Human caused climate change. If it's human cause than humans must be controlled. If humans Are the evil if humans are the problem. Than humans must be controlled. And of course by other

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Jim Hanson: It's Nothing New That Everything Is a Problem in Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Jim Hanson: It's Nothing New That Everything Is a Problem in Afghanistan

"Going out of their do you agree with his assessment that it's not just that the Taliban or problem? Everything is a problem in Afghanistan. 100% correct. There is no there to the extent there is a central government. It's a place for corruption to happen and you know, for spoils to be distributed, but it is in no way more important to any of these people in their tribal affiliations. It's a tribal culture. It's an honor culture, and they don't believe in the nation of Afghanistan as much as they believe in using what we think the nation of Afghanistan should be to gain advantage for themselves and against their competitors and enemies, and it's not like this is new has no one in in the Biden administration, read a history book. It is the graveyard of empires. And everybody who's gone there has failed were just the latest and right now they're showing no ability to do even withdrawal from the quagmire. We were in with the slightest bit of competence. I am sad in a way I can't even begin to convey

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Afghan official says Taliban negotiators heading to presidential palace

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Afghan official says Taliban negotiators heading to presidential palace

"Are said to be at the presidential palace in Kabul today seeking the unconditional surrender of the central government. Afghan officials say the president Ashraf Ghani, has left the country. Meanwhile, helicopters buzzed overhead to evacuate personnel from the U. S embassy. While smoke rose near the compound. Staff destroyed important documents can watch White

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Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power

"Taliban fighters have entered Kabul and seek the unconditional surrender of the central governments the sound is spreading gunshots pierced the air in the streets of Kabul which otherwise remains largely quiets helicopters buzzed overhead some apparently evacuating personnel at the US embassy Kabul residents up to will have like many others is the Taliban could be imposed a brutal rule people worry about the how the bill without a boundary that was before I know it's a little different others like Miriam remains Stevie defiance against any imposition the Taliban would enforce we are not the people you know go back to the dark it up I'm a girl and I don't get a vote anyone acting interior minister Abdul Satar masak while we sold the people their safety security the city is guaranteed and it will not be attacks the agreement for the big city of Kabul is that power will be transferred peacefully an interim administration I'm Karen Thomas

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Taliban Take Afghanistan's Third-Largest City in Onslaught

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Taliban Take Afghanistan's Third-Largest City in Onslaught

"The taliban seized three more afghan provincial capitals and the local army headquarters on wednesday completing a blitz across the country's northeast and giving them control of two-thirds of the nation as the us nato finalized their withdrawal after decades of war the fall of the capitals of badakhstan bank land and farrah provinces put increasing pressure on the country's central government to send the tide of the advance even as it lost a major base in kunduz president ashraf ghani rushed to balkh province already surrounded by taliban held territory to seek help from warlords many links to allegations of atrocities and corruption in pushing back the insurgents he'll say replaced his army chief of staff while the capital of kabul itself has not been directly. Threatened me advance the stunning speed of the offensive racist questions of how long the afghan government can maintain control of the slivers of the country. It has left. The government's may eventually be forced to pull back to defend the capital and just a few other cities the success at the taliban offensive also calls into question whether they would ever rejoin long. Stalled peace talks in qatar aimed at moving afghanistan toward an inclusive interim administration as the west hoped instead. The taliban could come to power by force or the country could splinter into factional fighting like it did after the soviet withdrawal in nineteen thousand nine. The multiple battlefronts have stretched the government special operations forces while regular troops have often fled the battlefield and the violence is push thousands of civilians to seek safety in the capitol the us military which plans to complete its withdrawal by the end of the month because conducted some s strikes but has largely avoided involving itself in the ground campaign.

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What's Happening in D.C. Right Now Is Downright Unconstitutional

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 5 months ago

What's Happening in D.C. Right Now Is Downright Unconstitutional

"Read your Constitution. Your Constitution is all about limited government. It's all about separation of powers. It's all about individual liberty, private property right federalism that is state authority. It's all about commerce, The commerce clause. All about representative government where the states are represented in the Senate, where the people are represented in the House. Everything that's going on in Washington D C right now. Is a subterfuge. Is extra constitutional, if not downright unconstitutional, and I don't give a damn what the Supreme Court has to say about it. I read the same document they read. That Congress doesn't have the power to pass a so called spending bill. That turns the nation inside out that massively expands the power of the central government that opens our border wide to illegal aliens. That's not in the Constitution. We've reached a point Where no longer are we dealing with incrementalism? Here and he's here. It's not a soft tyranny. It's a hard tyranny.

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Afghan Officials: 3 More Provincial Capitals Fall to Taliban

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Afghan Officials: 3 More Provincial Capitals Fall to Taliban

"Officials say the Taliban have season three more provincial capitals in Afghanistan putting and nine of the nation's thirty four insurgents hands amid the U. S. withdrawal from the country the four of the capitals of Badakhshan and Baghlan provinces to the north east and Far province to the west put increasing pressure on the country's central government to stem the tide of the advance well couple itself has not been directly threatened in the advance the Taliban offensive continues to stretch I've got security forces now largely fighting against insurgents on their own are you bringing a senior official already has said at least sixty five percent of Afghanistan is held by the insurgents with the government's continuing to lose ground I'm sorry out Sheckley

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Masks, Infrastructure Spending: Generational Theft Is Robbing From Your Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Masks, Infrastructure Spending: Generational Theft Is Robbing From Your Children

"Spending bill with the democrats. What are those two things have in common. We'll put simply. This is a pattern that are ruling. Class has grown accustomed to of generational theft robbing from your children to satisfy the present. Now i think having short-term abilities to borrow money for war or for a central government programming insert emergency circumstances. That could be justified. That's nowhere near where we are as a nation starting after the two thousand eight housing crisis which was created largely because of the federal government by the way our leaders grew addicted and so did our financial leaders by the way and our wall street leaders and the people in the corporate world with cheap money from the federal government advantageous public policy programs where they could boost their prophets expand their portfolios while middle income workers continually get crushed leveraging your fiscal situation as a nation to gratify the present and the rob or pillage plunder ransack from. Your children is morally disgraceful. And we're going to name the names of every single one of the republicans here on this program. Because i felt that we haven't been controversial enough this week on our

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Tesla Crushing It in China's Car Cap and Trade

Switched On

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Crushing It in China's Car Cap and Trade

"See. Thanks for joining today. Can you start a softest with a very very high level. Overview of china's emission reduction target china's president xi jinping after announced a net zero carbon your targets in september so the goal is to have china rich carbon peak by twenty thirty and to recover neutral by twenty sixty so what it translate into the road transport sector is well although there is no specific targets that for particular sector pains I turn that the country. The central government wants all sectors in in the country to essentially to decarbonise and the pathway for different for different sectors. You is paris a lot so they wanna hit their peak of emissions. What'd you say. Twenty thirty twenty thirty twenty thirty and then start coming down to zero by twenty sixty thirty years to come down the mountain. I guess today we're going to focus mostly on evt's or electric vehicles and a policy. That's come into play to try to get those sales up and therefore get the emissions down from the transportation sector. Can you explain to us. Just the well start us off with the name of the policy and a bit about its objectives. They use policy toys. After new energy vehicle mandate so new under be a cold is kind of china's definition electric vehicle plug in hybrid infused l. vehicles so the mandate is very similar to california zero emission vehicle or theft mandate and eight requires automakers to sell electric vehicles in order to produce nab credit. That's gonna meet a government assigned target so essentially the policy tool is designed to push automakers to sell more electric vehicles which the broader goal of china's push behind on trivia co is not only to reduce carbon emission but also deals oriented import and to transform is industry towards more events.

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"central government" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"central government" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yeah listen to these two. Clips tesla one. In china tesla in china seems to be having one problem after another. It was a company that really seems like it could do no wrong in china for a long time but last several months. We've seen that number of regulatory issues that we've seen a lot of bad press citing the chinese media a lot of criticism on chinese social networks. All of any country like china is in subway tolerated. This would not be happening if the government were not okay on some level with tesla coming in for the sort of criticism so clearly at this sort of honeymoon at the tesla was having in china. Just incredible success almost unheard of success. A foreign company at almost any kind has come to an end at too much work difficult period to in. What is the world's largest automotive market. Yes even be courtney by the central government. Where was this report from. I think this is an td but because and listen to part to this is where it gets even more weird because you'll hear is originally. In february of this year there was some news that regulators including some some accordance that chinese market regulation agencies had summoned tesla executives for meetings over. What the government referred to as quality and safety issues. Then we had a very strange incident at the shanghai auto show in april. Where a woman. A protester got into the show climbed on top of a tesla car at the company's booth and began shouting that brake failure. Her model three at nearly killed four or five minutes and that again is something that out uncensored on chinese social media viral was heavily covered in state controlled media at so. There was a sense that the government was tolerant of people bringing tesla in for a fair bit of criticism. And that's something. That was quite new so and then most recently..

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"central government" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"central government" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yeah listen to these two. Clips tesla one. In china tesla in china seems to be having one problem after another. It was a company that really seems like it could do no wrong in china for a long time but over the last several months. We've seen that number of regulatory issues that we've seen a lot of bad press citing the chinese media a lot of criticism on chinese social networks. All of any country like china is in subway tolerated. It would not be happening if the government were not okay on some level with tesla coming in for the sort of criticism so clearly at this sort of honeymoon at the tesla was having in china. Just incredible success almost unheard of success. A foreign company at almost any kind has come to an end at into mush work. Difficult period to in. What is the world's largest automotive market. Yes even be courtney by the central government. Where was this report from. I think this is an td lunka enthusi- but and listen to part to. This is where it gets even more weird. Because you'll hear is originally. In february of this year there was some news that regulators including some some accordance that chinese market regulation agencies had summoned tesla executives for meetings over. What the government referred to as quality and safety issues. Then we had a very strange incident at the shanghai auto show in april. Where a woman. A protester got into the show climbed on top of a tesla car at the company's booth and began shouting that brake failure. Her model three killed four or five minutes and that again is something that out uncensored on chinese social media viral heavily covered in state controlled media so there was a sense that the government was tolerant of people bringing tesla in for a fair bit of criticism. And that's something that was quite new so and then most recently..

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Myanmar air strikes send ethnic Karen fleeing to Thailand

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Myanmar air strikes send ethnic Karen fleeing to Thailand

"Thousands of villages in eastern ma'am all her from the Karen ethnic minority fled across the border into Thailand the exodus was prompted by several S. strikes on a Carrington with a position in the area the bombing of Karen states metro district near the side win referred by minimal forces left many injured in some dads the director of humanitarian group free Burma Rangers David you bank says the attack was unexpected there are multiple airstrikes and what was very different for us is we haven't had air strikes there for over twenty years tension at the frontier comes as pro democracy leaders are seeking to have the Karen and other ethnic groups join them as allies which would add an armed element to that struggle so far the ethnic armed groups have any committed to providing protection to protesters in the areas they control the Karen National Union okay I need the leading political party for the Karen minority is one of more than a dozen ethical Kanai stations that have been fighting for decades to gain more time to me for me MO central governments I'm Karen Thomas

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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:46 min | 11 months ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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UNICEF chief’s appeal for access to children caught up in Ethiopia’s Tigray

UN News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

UNICEF chief’s appeal for access to children caught up in Ethiopia’s Tigray

"Three months since fighting began in ethiopia northern state of tigray great concern for the plight of youngsters there. The un children's fund unicef has warned in an alert on wednesday the agency's executive director henrietta. Four said that the very little was known about the impact of the conflict was deeply troubling because of difficulties getting humanitarian access. The warning comes almost two weeks since unicef and partners dispatched twenty nine trucks filled with emergency nutrition health and protection supplies entity gray where central government soldiers have confronted tigray people's liberation front forces. That convoy was a step in the right direction but nowhere near the level of access and scale of support. That is actually needed. Miss four said unicef cited reports of three hundred unaccompanied or separated children among the more than fifty seven thousand people who fled to neighboring sudan the are potentially many more among the approximately two hundred eighty thousand internally displaced in tigray and neighboring regions the un agency said

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Why China is Joining the Global Push to Regulate Big Tech

WSJ Tech News Briefing

08:24 min | 1 year ago

Why China is Joining the Global Push to Regulate Big Tech

"When it comes to regulating big tack europe has been taking an aggressive stance for a while now and as we talked about on the show. We've seen some action from the us as well but lately china has made moves to join in our reporter. Sam schechner joins me from paris. To talk about why china is getting involved now. What it's doing and what impact could be protect companies. Hey sam thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so before we get to china's action. I wanted to start by bringing us up to speed. European regulators have really been leading the charge when it comes to regulating tack. What have they been focusing on your right. That europe has really been at the leading edge. A lot of these these types of new rules europe's new privacy law the gdp our general data protection regulation was one of the first of the of a new class of transversal privacy laws. And that's actually been emulated in a number of parts of the world. Europe has also been among the first to initiate antitrust investigations into big companies including google and apple amazon and actually has issued decisions against google totaling more than nine billion dollars with fines in recent years and now europe is also helping lead the charge when it comes to coming up with new competition regulations. It's something that's been bubbling in academic circles for quite a while whether or not there's a handful of companies that are so big that they need their own special rules to make sure that they treat everyone fairly to make sure that companies have a chance to rise up and challenge them and the he us antitrust are also in charge of new digital regulation. Here margaret avesta your actually describe it with a metaphor to the automobile. She said that when cars were first invented it a new technology and after some period of time people realize that maybe we need traffic lights right and a lot of action clearly stemming from from that sort of mindset. We've also seen some action in the us as well right. There is indeed some momentum in the us four new competition rules you know given the political environment and some of the differences between democrats and republicans. It's not clear that there'll be an agreement that being said last summer. Democrats in the house. Judiciary committee released a report calling for changes to antitrust laws and creation of new types of obligations and republicans in their own report actually endorsed albeit a narrower set of changes but some areas of agreement such as requirements tech. Giant's make their services interoperable so there is the possibility that some types of legislation might see the light of day in the us dot. So that's sort of the lay of the land but china has also recently joined the push with some new proposals. What do they unveil well. That's right in. November china issued its first draft guidelines for how they want to regulate competitive behavior by digital giants and on paper the guidelines are actually very similar to some of the things that have come out in europe. The uk also has a set of regulations for big tech companies that the proposed and china's proposals include things like blocking companies from crunching consumer data in order to set discriminatory prices or at selling prices below cost to help gain market share. Some of the classic things that might be anti competitive more generally but that big companies are accused of doing and in potentially more difficult to identify with this. And i understand. China has a pretty short history with the sort of regulation. Why are they getting involved now. Well on one hand. China has one of the shortest histories of antitrust regulation of major global economies only adopted its anti-monopoly law in two thousand eight but more cynically. Some people have noted that this push began just slightly after an october speech from alibaba founder. Jack ma who publicly lashed out at the chinese government's tight financial regulations and following that there were a series of regulatory actions against elements of his internet empire. And so the question has been raised when you talk to. Experts is this chinese. Push about really trying to rein in big tech companies to preserve competition. Or is it about taking on people. Like mr ma who they think are challenging the power of the central government. And you know when you talk to when you talk to experts. They say that mon- speech may have been the trigger but that there have been longstanding concerns about increasing concentration among the chinese internet giants including including alibaba but also other companies to rate and since alibaba is one of china's biggest most powerful companies. Making jack ma. One of china's most powerful businessmen. This sort of illustrates broader difference between china and some of the other countries that we've talked about you know. China wants to exert a lot more control over attack and the internet then does the west could barrier in terms of getting different governments on the same page. Well that's a very good question you know we. We really don't know what the long term impacts are going to be of these rules. I mean for one thing. They haven't actually been applied yet. These are proposals and you're right that china's internet is largely dominated by its own set of companies not by global giants and chinese internet. Companies are much less present overseas. So you know it's it's a question. How much one regulatory system or the other will end up prevailing. There are certainly more countries in china's orbit that could end up adopting china's approach to internet regulation but in some cases in some senses that there's similar motivations behind what's going on. I mean whether you're trying to preserve state power for its own sake or because you want to make sure that there can be a new set of companies that come up to challenge. I mean those are still it boils down to saying certain companies have gotten too big and something needs to be done about them and so the more that those sorts of rules are being proposed. It certainly would count as momentum for them. And you know it's not a it's not a given that these things will be done so momentum is meaningful. i mean you. You have free market proponents. Who argue that. These types of proposals go too far that they would hobble digital markets and leave some people worse off so while there is a growing number of experts and competition regulators who say we might need rules like this they certainly aren't unopposed. So china's entry into the fray could potentially impact the course of the debate. Yeah and just to take further. What's the outlook for big tech. Now that china's join this push and how are the company is responding. Well i think big tech. Is these big tech. Giants are increasingly aware that they're going to be facing more regulation whether it's about privacy whether it's you know updates to tax rules whether it's about their obligations to other companies in terms of new competition regulations. It's just a fact of life. And so i think at this point. They're they're now down to figuring out how to make sure that these rules are ones that they can live with. You know when you talk to facebook they sort of are perhaps the most acquiescent saying that we acknowledge these types of rules must apply to us. Amazon and google say more that they would hope that rules that would be rules that apply to all companies not trying to focus on a few. But i think it's it's certainly fair to say that these companies are going to find themselves much more regulated and they have at the last couple decades have been a sort of open playing field for them. It seems likely that they're going to find their their field of action more limited. They may have time doing the same kinds of acquisitions that they had done before. Or certainly will face more scrutiny. Before they're able to complete them. Some regulations on the table could in the case of repeated non-compliance go as far as breakup. I think really the us would have to get more into the game for that to to truly be on the table. Indeed the ftc's suit against facebook last year did specifically talk about unwinding some of facebook's acquisitions

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WHO experts to arrive in Wuhan this week

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

WHO experts to arrive in Wuhan this week

"China says will help organization experts will begin the fact finding visit this week in the central city of Wuhan with the corona virus was first detected in late twenty nineteen Beijing's foreign ministry says experts would fly from Singapore to hand on Thursday other details office schedule haven't been announced and the central government's national health commission was offered no further information the visit has been expected for months and WHO's chief Ted Ross last week expressed frustration the arrangements for taking so long to finalise after China announced the visit Monday to address said the scientist who hail from several nations will be focusing on how could the nineteen first jumped to people I'm Charles the last month

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"central government" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"central government" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Central government must provide. The resource is for training. Professional development. Competitive working conditions and officer wellness programs so that l. A p D is positioned to be the absolute best Police department in the country. That's a goal we can achieve. That achievement will create Excitement commitment. Recruiting mo mentum and community support and, most importantly, the safe city that the people of Louisville deserve and demand. Achieving our goals also requires that we have an experience. Progressive reform minded leader. Who believes in the role of policing. It also knows that the practice of policing must evolve with the times that we live in someone who will focus on the steps necessary. To restore confidence of residents, especially those traditionally marginalized. Someone tough. And undaunted by the challenges. Someone skilled Open to new ideas. Someone who has proven that she can listen, and she can lead Leader as the public requested in our focus groups who not only understands But embraces the co production of public safety. Residents and police working together. With accountability, transparency, honesty and compassion. That's why today I'm very excited to announce that Erica Shields will on January 19th become the new chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department. Graduations. Their.

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Tigray: Hundreds of civilians reported killed in artillery strikes

UN News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Tigray: Hundreds of civilians reported killed in artillery strikes

"Of artillery strikes on civilians and mass killings of non competence in ethiopia's tigray region must be investigated and full access granted to independent investigators. He writes chief. Michelle basch let said on tuesday. The appeal by the high commissioner for human rights follows seven weeks of conflict in northern ethiopia between central government soldiers and tigray people's liberation front forces that has displaced tens of thousands fighting is said to be continuing particularly in some areas of central and southern tigray ms bachelet said before citing the alleged mass killing of several hundred people mainly in the western tigray town of my camera. On the night of november. It is essential that there are investigations into allegations of human rights violations. There against both americans anti grants. The high commissioner insisted

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"central government" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"central government" Discussed on KTOK

"Would close to two trillion dollar bill that didn't create jobs only added to the national debt so let's not make it sound like this is something something exorbitant it's not something is there the most massive spending bill in world history is not exorbitant ladies and gents now we're on to the next one and there might be another one after that if you don't raise your voice is like I am it's just a matter of time that this one Congress in this one event is going to forever restructure this society in a way that in the long term will create poverty in an enormously powerful central government president trump's not gonna be president forever and you can hear the mindset here this is what I can continue to talk with this what I keep talking about the president is constantly attacked because him by some pseudo conservatives and never Trumpers he should have acted faster in the first few weeks of this you should have acted he should have told people to shudder at how presidents listening to the sites is that they say listen to your site just missed producer is not what they tell listen to your expert he was listening to his experts and one more time well maybe not one more time maybe I'll do it again on January twenty sixth here's what America's expert said to John cash to me this here's what America's experts said Dr Fauci and I'm not attacking a month say here's what he said here's what the president was listening to January twenty sixth cut to go what do you tell the American people about what's going on should I be scared well I don't think so the American people should not be worried or frightened by this it's a very very low risk to the United States it isn't something that the American public needs to worry about or be frightened about because we have ways of preparing of screening of people coming in and we have ways of responding like we did with this one case in Seattle Washington who I traveled to China and brought back the inspection I didn't hear any TV host or radio host who any Democrats while they're in the middle there impeachment trial now one of the ringing bells sounding alarm so no this needs to be taken seriously the only person in Congress who did was Tom cotton but they were listening to Tom cotton where they now I'll tell you what Democrats were saying thanks to gradient they put a montage together the New York City health commissioner the mayor of New York speaker Pelosi John leave New York state senator Bernie Sanders Ron plain who is Biden's right hand guy that Obama's right hand guy here's what they were saying early on cop one go the race to new Yorkers for.

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"central government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"central government" Discussed on KTRH

"Would close to two trillion dollar bill that didn't create jobs only added to the national debt so let's not make it sound like this is something something exorbitant it's not something exert the most massive spending bill in world history is not exorbitant ladies and gents now we're on to the next one and there might be another one after that if you don't raise your voice is like I am it's just a matter of time that this one Congress in this one event is going to forever restructure this society in a way that in the long term will create poverty in an enormously powerful central government president trump's not gonna be president forever and you can hear the mindset here this is what I can continue to talk with this what I keep talking about the president this constantly attack because it by some pseudo conservatives and never Trumpers he should have acted faster in the first few weeks of this you should have acted he should have told people to shudder at how presidents listening to the sites is that they say listen to your site just missed producer is not what they tell listen to your expert he was listening to his experts and one more time well maybe not one more time maybe I'll do it again on January twenty sixth here's what America's expert said to John casta Metis here's what America's experts said Dr Fauci and I'm not attacking I must say here's what he said here's what the president was listening to January twenty sixth cut to go what do you tell the American people about what's going on should I be scared I don't think so the American people should not be worried or frightened by this it's a very very low risk to the United States it isn't something that the American public needs to worry about or be frightened about because we have ways of preparing of screening of people coming in and we have ways of responding like we did with this one case in Seattle Washington who I traveled to China and brought back the inspection I didn't hear any TV host or radio host who any Democrats while they're in the middle there impeachment trial now one of the ringing bells sounding alarm so no this needs to be taken seriously the only person in Congress who did was Tom cotton but they were listening to Tom cotton where they now I'll tell you what Democrats were saying thanks to gradient they put a montage together the New York City health commissioner the mayor of New York speaker Pelosi John lead New York state senator Bernie Sanders Ron clean who is Biden's right hand guy that Obama's right hand guy here's what they were saying early on cop one go the race to new Yorkers.

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"central government" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"central government" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It would close to two trillion dollar bill that didn't create jobs only added to the national debt so let's not make it sound like this is something something exorbitant it's not something exert the most massive spending bill in world history is not exorbitant ladies and gents now on to the next one and there might be another one after that if you don't raise your voice is like I am it's just a matter of time that this one Congress in this one event is going to forever restructure this society in a way that in the long term will create poverty in an enormously powerful central government president trump's not gonna be president forever and you can hear the mindset here this is what I can continue to talk with this what I keep talking about the president is constantly attacked because him by some sort of conservatives and never Trumpers he should have acted faster in the first few weeks of this you should have acted he should have told people to shudder at how presidents listening to the sites is that they say listen to your site dismissed producer is not what they told listen to your expert he was listening to his expert and one more time well maybe not one more time maybe I'll do it again on January twenty sixth here's what America's experts said to John cash to me this here's what America's experts said Dr Fauci and I'm not attacking I must say here's what he said here's what the president was listening to January twenty sixth cut to go what do you tell the American people about what's going on should I be scared well I don't think so the American people should not be worried or frightened by this it's a very very low risk to the United States it isn't something that the American public needs to worry about or be frightened about because we have ways of preparing of screening of people coming in and we have ways of responding like we did with this one case in Seattle Washington who I traveled to China and brought back the inspection I didn't hear any TV host a radio host many Democrats while they're in the middle there impeachment trial now one of the ringing bells sounding alarm say no this needs to be taken seriously the only person in Congress who did was Tom cotton but they were listening to Tom cotton where they now I'll tell you what Democrats were saying thanks to gradient they put a montage together the nearest city health commissioner the mayor of New York speaker Pelosi John leave New York state senator Bernie Sanders Ron plain who was Biden's right hand guy that Obama's right hand guy here's what they were saying early on top one go the race to new Yorkers.

China senator Bernie Sanders Ron New York Seattle Obama Biden Pelosi John commissioner Tom cotton Congress Washington United States Dr Fauci America producer Trumpers president trump
"central government" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on KGO 810

"Contesting as Azerbaijan takes another step towards the comfort of democracy in a region that is troubled and also promising joining me this morning in Baku on the shores of this Caspian Sea where the weather is temperate in spring light although we can expect winter to return at any moment joining me is my colleague in co host Christopher Nixon **** who airlifted in within these last hours on the excellent Turkish airlines Chris a very good morning to you good morning it's great to be here and so excited to be back in Baku I know the band gets back together absent Dorothy Lamar Monica Crowley has other tasks these days very important tasks she is the Assistant Secretary of the treasury for public affairs and she sends her regards to this audience and she intends some day to rejoin Bing Crosby and Bob Hope heart Dorothy Lamar but we carry on without yes it will be in the distant future maybe in five years so Dorothy we miss you and any of that we go immediately to the business at hand which is the region the promise of the region Chris and I've traveled here over the last few years a lot more it Kristin I believe our education let us to let us to understand we'd ever do this was an absent part of my education in the twenty century about yours a totally absent from mine and I'm amazed not only by the rich cultural history but also by the rich history of commerce in science and so many things in this region it's been so impressive to be exploring the treatment right these are former Soviet client states meaning that they were in the slave to the Soviet empire for nearly a century and the apparatus that took charge of governance in those capitals in those cities under Soviet rule was non transparent and untrustworthy and generally understood to be an apparatus that serves the central government the transformation process under way right now is a new generation and a new generation learning to deal with governance and responsibility in the age of the iPhone everybody has an I phone we see things automatically Kristin your ex areas these last years we went to ask and together we went back together at yeah the young people are they distinctly different than there than the boomers my generation absolutely different the young people are focused on commerce they're focused on business they want to create jobs you wanna treat big businesses that's what makes this area I think a very exciting part of the world course there's so much wealth whether it's mineral wealth are otherwise in this part of the world but the young people they want to focus on creating businesses they focus on the markets this is a part.

"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The central government is tightening his grip on the Hong Kong the central government has time in a game made it very clear that they want Hong Kong to succeed on the one country two systems as she says she has told her that she said that the president she has told her that says that he will not resign says she feels western media has been unfair in its reporting of the protests the first U. S. corona virus case today I'm going by representatives from the state of Washington to announce that we have now confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus in United States CDC infectious disease director Nancy miss on a this brings a number of countries to five and north Korea's temporarily banned for interest as a corona precaution global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm AT Baxter of all right Juliet thank you so much and good to have you back he in Singapore when joined by other via Dessie ahead of applied research I continue go and Libya you when I was speaking earlier about this coronavirus the impact of course and concerns into global growth tell me a little bit about how you're reading this and whether or not this is going to actually have some kind of long term impact so as usual mother nature always throws you a curve at some point on we had the bush fires in Australia and the last quarter and and now we have this right so usually if you look back through history those kinds of natural disasters don't have a lasting effect on fundamentals but they do impact sentiment to do impact investor sentiment than we saw that not for a reaction yesterday in a non Kong obviously this particular natural disaster or if you want to call it that is going to impact to resume even worse in Hong Kong so anybody who was betting on a a recovery of to return this year after the signing of the mini deal and maybe a better economic gross globally is probably revising that bad now but other sectors other other markets other industries rather I should not be affected by it we see also a much better reaction this time around from the Chinese authorities and we did when sars started there they did react very quickly it's now also gotten attention globally so the first case in the US which means they will also be working on some kind of solution so hopefully this is going to be much more contained do you think some investors might be a little disappointed that they're not getting a bigger dip if they missed a little bit of the rally so far this was a perfect time perhaps for a dip and we got one day we got one day so far is usually usually that's the way right natural disasters usually more of a buying opportunity and if the fundamentals underneath there are good which is the case right now so yes people might have been looking for a big a deep as he said volatility readings are still very low much much lower than they were doing for example S. hours epidemic core or any other kind of natural disaster so we still you know pretty blase about all this and and and as far as investors are concerned and maybe one day so you get volatility in Hong Kong I guess was probably quite high yesterday but as you say it's a June especially on the S. and P. five hundred what is your outlook for volatility mating full of that was we grapple with all these changes all right now that volatility is is you know on character sickly low and what we're telling our clients to do is like if you if your trying to projects what is the worst outcome for your part fo you do not use today's volatility readings because when things get bad this is not the validity to you're going to get find out what your but for you might be might have might do a photo ID's twice as fact right today's today's readings are just not really what you're gonna get when things get bad all right yeah you stay with us to live in a death see ahead all the planned research contigo with me here in the Singapore studio on Bloomberg daybreak Asian using that okay two two five.

Hong Kong
"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The central government is tightening his grip on the Hong Kong the central government has time in a game made it very clear that they want Hong Kong to succeed on the one country two systems yeah she's as president she is told her that she says he will not resign say she feels western media has been on a fair in its reporting of the protests the first U. S. corona case confirmed today I'm joined by representatives from the state of Washington to announce that we have now confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus in United States CDC infectious disease director Nancy miss on a this brings a number of countries now to five with infections and north Korea's temporarily banned foreign tourists as a corona precaution global news twenty four hours a day on air and I'm quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries I'm AT Baxter back to you Douglas all right nine minutes past the hour daybreak Asia and the guest for the half hour use doctor Martin Scholes senior economist Fujitsu research institute joining us on the line from Tokyo Dr Scholl's pleasure to have you on the program yesterday was all about the B. O. J. keeping policy on change that was kind of expected but they raise the economic growth forecast for this year what do you think they're looking at well this is actually in the positive case for Japan for this year right now we again ideally getting better data out of Asia growth is picking up a little bit trade optimism is coming back and the Japanese yen is in this benign environment much much lower than last year that helps companies three men to flee domestically they are the Olympics coming and major government spending so the bank of Japan for the time being remains out of the market interesting though wasn't it mas in that we did see the bank of Japan have a look at the stimulus in play man you have in play and actually I've managed to boost that growth full costs across the board here I do believe that get a TV these new targets they basically rely on these out five government spending packages which is very slow to come in it was the the idea of the package and government policy both boosting the economy while it was still in the doldrums with increasing Texas late last year trade war going on but not in a more benign environment it is quite sure that this is because spending help on the other hand the bank of Japan is no paddling back on its overall policy stance it's not X. pens and every anymore and it's actually not focusing on two percent inflation anymore it's for because there's no one percent it seems to be fine with it so don't expect anything from the bank of Japan this year I would guess he was kind of interesting that the prime minister Ave is legislative session speech didn't even mention the word deflation does that mean that the B. O. J. as under less pressure to meet that target now in some way in Japan policy has shifted from monetary policy towards fiscal policy this is really the government stands right now the bank of Japan is printing money financing the government more and more directly so it is about fiscal policy we have seen this shift in Europe we're seeing it quite a bit in the U. S. as well I am not entirely sure if this is positive but overall central banks have become much more reluctant to do anything in particular will the oval of the the international environments improving I'm sorry were shot now what we've talked a lot on the program about the fact that you know they've been manipulating the yield curve their their also heavily invested in exchange traded funds when we continue the conversation Dr Scholl's I want to get your take on the ETF space and whether you think it's time maybe for the B. O. J. to lighten up on some.

Hong Kong
"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The central government is tightening his grip on the Hong Kong the central government has time in a game made it very clear that they want home called to succeed on the one country two systems and she says that she has told her that on many occasions she social not resign and says she feels western media has been unfair in its reporting of the protest the first U. S. corona case confirmed Hey I'm joined by representatives from the state of Washington to announce that we have now confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus in United States CDC infectious disease director and that's the most on a this brings a number of countries not to five and north Korea's temporarily banned for interest as a corona precaution global news twenty four hours a day on air and a quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco I'm AT Baxter's this is Bloomberg all right it thanks very much nine minutes here past the hour as this corona virus spreads a spring in Bloomberg's Tom mackenzie who is in Beijing so Tom three areas like to cover what the government's doing also how the government is trying to avoid a political crisis and then the the back lash on social media let's start with the latest efforts by China to to curb the spread well first of all we have checks now at airports and train stations in some parts of China screening of passengers as they travel across the country again just to reiterate we're expecting upwards of three billion trips across the country in out of the region across the region as well as the lunar new year gets on the way so there is heightened vigilance around the traveling all of people across the country in out of the cities but take care of course around we'll hand which has a population of eleven million which is believed to be of course the source of this virus in fact the report yesterday that group tools out to all of that city have now been banned so they have stepped up to these checks and they are trying they say at least to be transparent in terms of informing the public about the numbers of cases where they're spreading to and also the number of fatalities of you said we've got around three hundred cases sort of father being reported and six deaths as you also pointed out across about five different countries at cities because here in in China including Beijing but also South Korea Thailand Japan and now the U. S. I mean the thing is it's made all that much worse isn't it by had actually being on was a hub of cross roads to rail quite often even that the buses and also by aviation that's right Lou hand is not an insignificant city it's a major manufacturing hop there's a lot of water would call production that happens that along with other industries as I said it's a relatively large population eleven million and as you rightly points out it is something of a transport hop as well in and around central China so that made the situation around controlling this that much more difficult now there's been criticism of local officials particularly online here that they weren't quick enough to act to that their first priority was in fact to slow down the transmission of information rather than to get a grip on this disease all right Tom thanks very much that's Bloomberg's Tom mackenzie on with us live here in Beijing this is Bloomberg daybreak Asia we.

Hong Kong
"central government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on AP News

"The central government in Beijing to rethink how to handle the protests now in their six month the district councils have little power but the vote became a referendum on public support for the protests handled ice sellers in Alaska's native wailing villages are becoming unreliable thanks to global warming and other modern factors largely indigenous far north communities have relied on the underground food sellers for generations to age their food and keep the cold throughout the year their dog like chambers into the underground permafrost typically reachable through long shots of the surface this is the the presence of villagers are working to adopt as more sellers are experiencing pulling water and mold one villages built a new community seller incorporating modern technology others are compensating with walk in freezer locals and researchers say the problem's been building for decades it's a warming climate touches multiple facets of life including thawing permafrost and shorter periods of coastal eyes that provides protection from powerful storm south Korea's scored back to back xtratime wins over China and Hong Kong to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics in the men's rugby sevens competition the south Koreans had group wins over Afghanistan and Sri Lanka before beating Malaysia thirty two to seven in the quarter finals on Sunday and holding of China twelve seven in the semi finals with the winner of the Asian qualifying tournament guaranteed a spot at Tokyo South Korea scored an extra time to beat Hong Kong twelve seven in the deciding match it means Hong Kong and China go into a last ditch tournament in France to vie for the last of twelve places in the men's tournament at the twenty twenty Olympics.

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"central government" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The central government in the United States they grow more power yes and then we become even yes at some time and that way everything is even there you have it that's what we all want it right now is the forecast we'll start the day out along the east coast under mostly cloudy skies with lots of rain extending from Florida all the way up through the New England states but that's going to change as we get throughout the day today showers will begin drifting off shore so for those areas experiencing rain for places like the mid Atlantic and the east coast beaches we could see some drying out later this afternoon another pocket of rain today just on the leeward side of the Rocky Mountains to the east eastern Colorado Kansas and Nebraska as well as northern Oklahoma over the threat of showers today for most of Texas will remain hot and dry in the west things remain bone dry with the likelihood of the red flag warnings for areas of the desert southwest and west coast due to low humidity so a little bit of wind and some fuels that could spark wildfire with a ways to go for your fourth of July holiday weekend the national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout does your M. seven does examine your daughter as a break exactly a little social the morning sent me this story touching a lot of people on social media getting a lot of reaction obviously on our Facebook page really well our view standing in your pictures I love eight social media is buzzing about and your favorite teacher he's going to have to be a part of that conversation morning we want to hear from you we morning from smoke signals two typewriters the television right in the palm of your hand news is always evolving one thing that has our lifelong dedication to storytelling for those every night at five thirty and July fourth party on the floor that was about a fifty gallon whenever Joe was arrested sixty two drivers on suspicion of do you why in San Diego county so far this July fourth weekend that's twenty eight more Boston at this time last year during the independence day weekend the average price of regular gas and slip on behalf of sent yesterday to three dollars seventy five and a half cents per gallon yeah clubs is that's about two and a half cents higher than a week ago and the Convair water ski club will offer low cost water skiing wake boarding lessons starting at eighty am with the south end of Crown Point beach this report sponsored by mothers against drunk driving for victims of drunk and drugged driving your grief is unique but you are not alone you always have a place that bad call the twenty four hour victim hotline at eight seven seven AM EDT help or visit mad dot org mostly cloudy overnight right now sixty five degrees at Lindbergh field and US women's soccer team will play the Netherlands for the World Cup championship this morning at eight eight AM Pacific time Aymeric Roy aims have sixty KFMB talk of breaking the CBS news update people in southern California are still shaken up after two major earthquakes it within two days last week a seven point one had Friday night right after a six point four struck on Thursday but Margot her duty in the governor's office says things could have been much worse we do know that there were a number of injuries and most of my would characterize in the minor to moderate level.

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"central government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The central government in the United States has grown more power yes and then that we that we become even yes at some time and that way everything is even there you have it and that's what we all want it right now here's our forecast will start the day out along the east coast under mostly cloudy skies with lots of rain extending from Florida all the way up through the New England states but that's going to change as we get throughout the day today showers will begin drifting off shore so for those areas experiencing rain for places like the mid Atlantic and the east coast beaches we could see some drying out later this afternoon another pocket of rain today just on the leeward side of the Rocky Mountains to the east eastern Colorado Kansas and Nebraska as well as northern Oklahoma over the threat of showers today for most of Texas will remain hot and dry in the west things remain bone dry with the likelihood of the red flag warnings for areas of the desert southwest and west coast due to low humidity so a little bit of wind and some fuels that could spark wildfire with a ways to go for your fourth of July holiday weekend the national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout there is no news news station is K. T. A. R. news ninety two three FM Hey it's Tom from the **** pizzeria you asked for it and now it's here I'm excited to announce that the **** app is live ordering your financiers favorites like pizza salad in Wayne's is now even.

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"central government" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The central government in the United States is growing more power yes and then we then we become even yes at some time and that way everything is even there you have it that's what we all want it right now is the forecast will start the day out along the east coast under mostly cloudy skies with lots of rain extending from Florida all the way up through the New England states but that's going to change as we get throughout the day today showers will begin drifting off shore so for those areas experiencing rain for places like the mid Atlantic and the east coast beaches we could see some drying out later this afternoon another pocket of rain today just on the leeward side of the Rocky Mountains to the east eastern Colorado Kansas and Nebraska as well as northern Oklahoma over the threat of showers today for most of Texas will remain hot and dry in the west things remain bone dry with the likelihood of the red flag warnings for areas of the desert southwest and west coast due to low humidity so a little bit of wind and some fuels that could spark wildfire with a ways to go for your fourth of July holiday weekend the national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout do your eyes on the road for accidents slowdowns and road conditions to the WTMJ hall Mazda Milwaukee dot com traffic tip line had four one four two zero three eight one hundred search for the temporary fix it's like you back here again in the pharmacy out looking for the new and improved pillar spray that will clear up your stuff you know that's right because at least it helps your brief break yeah.

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"central government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of the central government in the United States at grow or power. Yes. Then we become even. Yes. At some time in that way. Everything is even there you have it. And that's what we all want it, right. Here's your forecast. A strong ridge of high pressure in the upper atmosphere is directing warm temperatures from the south right on up through the middle of the country in North Dakota today, we'll see temperatures in the nineties for places like Bismarck. In Nebraska Lincoln, we'll hit near one hundred today. Kansas City Kansas. Ninety five Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Ninety three Denver will be over ninety five degrees today. Phoenix got them all beat at one oh, eight Chicago eighty nine Dallas ninety two for today's high temperatures such as this, you want to check out, perhaps elderly neighbors, keep your pets hydrated, or indoors and drink, plenty of fluids, if you're going to be outside for any length of time for many of these areas late afternoon. Thunderstorms will take place due to the daytime heating. We'll see a good chance of showers today in eastern, Texas, through the architects, through the panhandle and down through southern Florida and backup along the Georgia. Coast. Your. National forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist, John trout. prescription required online physician consultation are only available at the physician determines prescriptions appropriate see website for full details guys canoes the outrageously expensive little blue pill is now generic which means you can get the prescription medication to treat at affordable prices and hymns makes it extra affordable right now get your first month supply for free all you pay just five dollars for your medical consultation when you go to four hymns dot com slash tough after that it's just thirty bucks a month supply sure beats paying big bucks for just one blue pill doesn't it plus you won't need an awkward in person doctor's appointment to get the prescription hymns has doctors online who can prescribe the medication and a pharmacy sends it right to your door it's affordable private and incredibly easy nobody likes dealing with the now thanks to him nobody has to and that's really good news to get your first order for just five bucks you need to go to this exclusive address for him dot com slash tough that's four hymns dot com slash tough for your first month for just five bucks for him Dot com slash tough..

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"central government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of the central government in the United States at grow or power. Yes. And then we become even. Yes. And that way, everything is even there you have it. And that's what we all want it, right. Here's your forecast. A strong ridge of high pressure in the upper atmosphere is directing warm temperatures from the south right on up through the middle of the country in North Dakota today, we'll see temperatures in the nineties for places like Bismarck in Nebraska Lincoln will hit near one hundred today. Kansas City Kansas, ninety five Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Ninety three Denver will be over ninety five degrees today. Phoenix got them all beat at one oh, eight Chicago eighty nine Dallas ninety two for today's high temperatures such as this, you want to check out, perhaps elderly neighbors, keep your pets hydrated, or indoors and drink, plenty of fluids, if you're going to be outside for any length of time for many of these areas late afternoon. Thunderstorms will take place due to the daytime heating. We'll see a good chance of showers today in eastern, Texas, through the architects, through the panhandle and down through southern Florida and backup along the Georgia coast. You're. National forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist, John trout. Arizona's news station is KTAR news ninety two three FM Arizona's license. Number two, two two four eight six. I have a six bedroom home. My husband travels often. I didn't really feel comfortable with the alarm systems and I didn't find them to be reliable retard finish property crimes detective, I found this system with the screens being.

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"central government" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"central government" Discussed on WJR 760

"GM. Now has a female CEO and a majority of women on the board of directors Penske corporation is doing a ribbon cutting of a new logistics center in Romulus. It'll serve as a major distribution hub for Kroger and will employ about four hundred workers and Penske corporation president, bud Danker, who was also chairman of the Detroit grand prix is still celebrating the grand prix events and foreseeing more improvements. Bell park improvements. We've made to the park over the last many years now in our tenth year of running this race from corporation have been just tremendous. And we saw the beauty of it this past weekend with Scott fountain now flowing again, because of the help from DT in the grand prix and, and also the beauty Abell great overhead shots on NBC to the world were just unbelievable. President Trump says in London, he believes that Brexit will happen even after the exit of the Prime Minister Theresa may that deal is teed up. I think is really keyed up. I think they have to do something, and perhaps you. Won't be given the credit they deserve if they do something. But I think you deserve a lot of credit. I really do think deserve. A lot of credit. President says tariffs are still slated to go into effect next week in Mexico, Mexico call. They wanna meet. They're gonna meet on Wednesday. Secretary Pompeo is going to be at the meeting along with a few others that are very good at this, and we are going to see if we can do something. But I think it's more likely that the tariffs go on, and we'll probably be talking during the time that the tariffs are on, they're going to be paid the Mexican foreign minister is quoted as saying that he believes that a deal can be reached on trade, and that may lead to a decision by Mexico to further strengthen the controls on illegal border crossers. And the stock market is responding. In kind President Trump and the British Prime minister may held a joint news conference on the president's second day of his three-day state visit to Britain, and the president took a moment to thank Queen Elizabeth for entertain. Winning him and his family at the state dinner the night before we wanna thank her majesty the Queen. Who I had a lovely dinner with last night. A fantastic person fantastic woman for so graciously inviting us to this state. Visit it was very, very special commemorations for the thirtieth anniversary of the tannin square massacre, take place, worldwide coverage or discussion of the event is quashed in China. Correspondent Ivan Watson says in Hong Kong memorials are allowed many people are concerned that their democratic freedoms are being chipped away, at by the central government in China, and that's why people are here, commemorating, the people who died thirty years ago, and they say fighting for their democratic freedoms that they're afraid will be taken away. Murder-suicide in Brighton. The incident involved a mother and daughter believed to be under the age of ten. Police think the woman killed the girl and then shot herself in the head. There was a custody situation. Detroit police. I. Identifies. The victim in a domestic shooting in garden city as thirty four year old sergeant Elaine Williams. The chief said that she was a fourteen year veteran and a rising star in the department. The garden city police are saying that shooting happened inside of her home on Bilton street. Family members of Sergeant William say that she had had enough of her boyfriend's drinking and was going to throw him out of the house. They also say that police told them that she was shot in the head under boyfriend faked his own shooting, his condition has not been released a woman who put vising interbay friends juice to make him sick in Dearborn has pleaded guilty to domestic violence. WJR news time ten thirty. WJR traffic.

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