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"classroom nations" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"classroom nations" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Putin has four or 5 times now threatened the use of nuclear weapons So this is suddenly two months ago people the notion of nuclear weapons being used was a very abstract thing and now people are saying well what happens if he does use what's called a tactical nuclear weapon what's the response So I think now Putin I mean Russia is now truly you know and this is a classroom nation I think the larger question goes back to what you were talking about a little while ago which is the relationship or the competition between the United States and China are two economies are very intertwined in ways that people would never think that a lot of the medicines they take are made in China But on the other hand of course you can see that the other discussions about strategic rivals and great power competition and so I think that's a great deal for the issue for the 20th century What is going to be the relationship between the United States and China Exactly Can you stay for one more segment Do you have a little bit of time Sure Okay We'll talk to him with Daniel jerkin the new book essential reading here for bohannon listeners the new map energy climate and the clash of nations penguin press 8 6 6 50 Jimbo I'm sitting here you know they sit on lakes of oil in Saudi Arabia Here in Pennsylvania we're sitting on lakes of natural gas that could pull Eastern Europe pull Europe Western Europe away from Putin and dependence on them If we continue to use our energy or at least hauling we do it DOM to your Dano at 8 6 6 50 Jimbo here on the Jimbo handing show Broken bricks falling fences damaged doors Gorilla glue of course Gorilla glue is incredibly strong 100% waterproof and bonds virtually everything Gorilla.

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"classroom nations" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"classroom nations" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W ell jealousy. Cincinnati There's no longer a curfew in Ohio. This is the three o'clock report nine Matt Reese breaking now hospitalizations because of the Corona virus or way down, and that is allowing the governor toe lift Ohio's curfew that has been in effect since. Before Thanksgiving as of noon today that expired, which is good news for bars and restaurants, which have had to close early and miss out on a lot of revenue from late night alcohol and food sales. The governor Mike DeWine, cautions, though, that they can always reinstate the curfew. If the numbers Turn for the worse. What we don't know is where what's gonna happen with the variance? Um, you've seen some of the national stories about how fast it replicates. We don't know so we could be back in a situation where have climbing cases. We certainly hope we don't do that. But we all can control this. To some extent in one way we can control is to continue where mask continue to keep the distance. Whether shouldn't workplace whether some schools whether it's our own personal personal lives. The latest coronavirus numbers for Ohio new cases in the past 24 hours, well below the 21 Day average at about 2800. Number of deaths and Ohio very high today and in the next few days that will be the case because the Department of Health is reconcile Ng numbers from late last year. So today's report of new deaths hit 721, including 70 for the last 24 hours. Indiana reporting about 1800 new cases in the past day that's fairly low compared to previous weeks and days. 26 new deaths reported in Indiana in the past 24 hours, Kentucky's number's coming out Later this afternoon. By the way, the White House looks for CDC school reopening guidelines to come out tomorrow. Those guidelines of the next step to getting students back in the classrooms. Nation water. Let's check your drive right now the latest traffic.

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"classroom nations" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"classroom nations" Discussed on WTOP

"President Trump. It was very resounding acknowledgement that we need to go forward together and that we need to go forward in a way that helps us beat back the really dangerous and negative Democrat policies. The Defense Department is trying to tackle extremism in the ranks. Correspondent CAMI McCormick Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has told military leaders to talk to troops about the issue. He's ordering a stand down for that to happen. A Pentagon spokesman says the attack on the capital was a wake up call. Some of the National Guard personnel assigned a Washington afterwards where either sent home or not deployed at all because background checks turned up some issues, including potential ties to extremist groups. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky says new data show it's time to send kids back to classrooms. Nation of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe re opening of school, San Francisco is suing its own district to try to reopen schools. Of White police officer in Columbus, Ohio, fired after the shooting death of a black man in December, has now been charged with murder. Adam Koi is accused of opening fire after Andre Hill came out of his garage holding a cell phone. State attorney General Dave Yost. I believe the evidence in this case Supports the indictment. My office will vigorously Prosecute this case. CBS is Lisa Matteo says Americans are still clamoring to buy guns. Americans purchased more than two million guns in January and 80%. Year over year surge. The Washington Post analysis of federal gun background check data shows. It's the second highest one month total on record. Last year, firearms sales saw a spike during the coronavirus lockdown and after the killing of George Floyd, he's had the number one album in the US For the past three weeks. Morgan Wallen considered The future of.

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"classroom nations" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"classroom nations" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Of greatly exaggerated the media that it's causing earthquakes that that they're these unknown risk sort of in the same way that the West has played up the risks. Nuclear power that have never truly materialized in well built nuclear facilities. Well it, you know, even in the film that showed people you know, lighting, you know water because it's supposedly had, you know, because of fracking actually didn't come from that It came from other things. You know, I actually was on a commission that, you know, reviewed all of this, and it's say it has to be regulated properly. There were you know, there were some earthquakes in Oklahoma because of not fracking, but because of you. Three injection of the water that comes out from cracking into an imp. Inappropriate location. But mostly, you know, the notion of poisons water. I mean, this is you know, we're producing huge amount of oil with just technology. And if there was really these, you know really problems we hear about them consistently. But you know, it's the thing that excited either, are ah are either Unusual or things that need to be fixed or actually didn't happen. So you know this, but I find again. There's this kind of emotional reaction which environmental disaster When people don't actually say Well, okay, tell me what the environmental problems. There's some things that have to be managed to have to manage emissions and so forth. You have to matter. You know it's an industrial activity, but the kind of Ah talked it out there. I mean, this is you know, this is a great American story about disruptive technology. And you know, I didn't tell the story of the guys who made it happen And, you know, they did it by being stubborn and having a different way of doing things And no one really saw how no one really believes it could even happen. Most people who textbook said it couldn't happen. And yet it's made the United States the world's largest oil producer, now amazing. I'm seeing Daniel Jurgen. His new book is the new map, energy climate and the clash of nations. So what would it Joe Biden presidency Mean for gas prices, For example, I think one of the going theories of the left is that we need a massive carbon tax. This, of course, will be passed on to consumers of gasoline. It's a regressive tax because the people who most need to use the gas or the people need to drive the work, not the Richie riches. You get to sit home and do their jobs remotely. Basically all the people who've been hurt by the Koven 19 pandemic we still need to commute to work in actual physical places will be hurt by increased gas tax is, for example, what would shutting down Frank And you two gas prices. Shut, shutting down gas prices, you know, but you got the best people they would go up and I think that's what World oil market would tighten. We'd be importing a lot more oil and you know, so it's going to be interesting if Joe Biden is president that he's a pragmatic politician, you know, how's he going to do the trade offs between you know the people who, you know? Want to stop all this activity and people who worry about the economy and worry about, you know, getting re elected? So, but I think the reason gasoline prices air down big reason benefit to American consumers is because of the shale revolution. Otherwise, we'd have a much tighter oil market would have higher prices would be back to where we were in 2012 when we're looking at $5 Gallon prices. The book is really worthwhile. It's called the new map, energy climate and the Classroom Nations. Daniel again really appreciated time and all of your work despicable. Daniel Jurgens work. He's a Pulitzer Prize winner back when the Pulitzer Prize actually meant you wrote good things not photographed for The New York Times and appreciate it, and it's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you very much, All right. We're taking your calls coming up in 855236 30 to 28 that is 855. 236 30 to 28. This is the bench appear Osho. You are not your diagnosis. A medical chart is not your identity and vision loss does not define you. You and Dr shows who you are, and you are.

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"classroom nations" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"classroom nations" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And the Clash of nations. So what would it Joe Biden presidency Mean for gas prices, for example, I think one of the going theories of the left is that we need a massive carbon tax. This, of course, will be passed on to consumers of gasoline. It's a regressive tax because the people who most need to use the gas or the people need to drive to work. Not the Richie riches. You get to sit home and do their jobs remotely. Basically all the people who've been hurt by the cove in 19 pandemic still need to commute to work in natural physical places will be hurt by increased gas tax is, for example, what would shutting down fracking due to gas prices? Shut shutting down gas prices, You know, but that type of gases of the best people they would go up and I think that's uh World oil market with Titan. We'd be importing a lot more oil and you know, so it's going to be interesting if Joe Biden is president that he's a pragmatic politician, you know, how's he going to do the trade offs between you know the people who, you know? Want to stop all this activity and people who worry about the economy and worry about, you know, getting re elected? So, but I think the reason gasoline prices air down big reason big benefit to American consumers is because of the shell revolution. Otherwise, we'd have a much tighter oil market would have higher prices would be back to where we were in 2012 when we're looking at $5 Gallon prices. The book is really worthwhile. It's called the new map, energy climate and the Classroom Nations. Daniel again really appreciate the time and all of your work by the despicable Daniel Jurgens work. He's a Pulitzer Prize winner back when the Pulitzer Prize actually meant you wrote good things, not bullcrap for The New York Times and Appreciate it, and it's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you very much, All right. We're taking your calls coming up in 855236 30 to 28 that is 855. 236 30 to 28. This is the bench of Hero show Trump set to hold a rally tonight in Wisconsin. News.

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