33 Burst results for "Clovis"

"clovis" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

06:07 min | 2 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Here's a site we're going to dig it up and find out everything there is no but now there's a mindset of like great. We know there's a site here We know of other sites in the general area. We can draw a lot of conclusions. The the most preserved we can make this site is to not dig up. Well that's right and the reality is of course is that nobody's making ten thousand year old sites anymore right on their finite Are there more out there. Yeah probably Do we need to continue to dig them. Well it really all depends if you know about that time period you know about that region. What's the point of digging yet another folsom site for example. Because you might find a body and there's not many bodies well that gets us into a very different set of ethical questions right. Yeah sorry steve Look i'm well okay. Let we'll get to that in a sec. Well it's just it's a great question. Yeah no so. There are sites that i have excavated that i haven't fully excavated save. Save a chunk Well folsom is the best example right. There's a certain point when you're doing Excavation and in that you sort of hit the point of redundancy you've learned a whole bunch but the further and more you dig. You're not really learning that much more at that point. You should stop because at that point. All you're doing is adding to the collection that you don't really need because it's not telling you anything new on the other hand somebody could come along to fulsome seventy years after me as i came along seventy years after the first excavation and i learned a hell of a lot that they didn't learn because they were just paleontologist bones out of the ground right so if i leave a chunk of that there and i did somebody coming along seventy years later can figure out all the things that i did wrong. They know the right questions and they might have. They might different questions. Different julie just as i did after the first ones neanderthal are. It's like we like it. Seems like it's monthly at this point. There's some new thing about neanderthal. It's all it's all genetics. It's all the ancient dna. But to steve's question about a body so we've learned a tremendous amount about human population history of the americas in literally just the last seven years because it was just seven years ago that s cooler slaves group of which i'm a part of Provided the first sequence of clovis individual so we have a genome of a clovis person from the ends excite in that seven right here. oh yeah oh absolutely. That boy's name is one right. Yeah it's It's near will saul far from here not far. Yeah so In that seven years we've sequenced and other labs have as well a number of genomes and things that i mean. Look there's a lot. I can learn as an archaeologist. I can learn about what people hunted. I can learn about how far they traveled across the landscape. I can learn about how they responded to different environments how they were impacted by different environments what impacts were on different environments. The one thing. I can't do as an archaeologist as population history. If you've got an artifact over you know in this site over here and i've got an artifact and that side over here and they kind of look alike. We might want to say. Oh well. they're part of the same population but we would have no idea right because artifacts can look alike for a variety of reasons not necessarily just because they're historically related genome. And i've got a genome. I can tell you precisely how closely their related i can look at. I can look at patterns of admixture. You know we know in different groups got together because we see gene flow just as all of us have a bit of neanderthal. Dna and us right so we know there well. Sex between early modern humans and the dolls. So yeah there's a tremendous amount to be learned from ancient skeletons. The flip side is there are some ethical issues in concerns when you're doing genetic research with populations regardless of sort of where they are and who they are You know there's a certain amount of protocols that you know one goes through to get permission to do genetic research because you can learn a lot not all of it good about a population. It's particularly challenging issue here in the americas because the relationship between the indigenous native american communities and the scientific communities have not always been good. Because you know on the scientific side we have a lot of sense to atone for you know for the first hundred or two hundred and fifty years of anthropology we have anthropologists you know having skulls sent to them from native american Battlesites right where the us army would go in. And just sort of gather up a bunch of the heads and ship them back to washington So there's a long and kind of sorted unfortunate history in the relationship between native americans and you know the scientific community and getting into jeans getting into dna is a particularly invasive. The wrong word but it can be viewed in that way. They can be contradictory right. Well i mean what it is. You know it's taking your essence it's taking your dna. And i know a lot of a lot of people are concerned about well. How much do people know about me from my jeans. How much did they know about dna. And so you attach that to sort of difficult history between the scientific community and the native american community and their feelings about their dna. Being part of somebody else's study you know we understand our history. We don't necessarily need you telling stories about who we are and where we come from. I think you bills speak to this better me. But there's also an issue of of defending a narrative against like narrative..

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"clovis" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"That it's not easy getting in and out of that basin over the long geological time but if you're a hunter gatherer and you're in this basin in its in the dead of winter they're getting just tons of snow up on these passes you're essentially stuck there but here's the good news. The animals are stuck there too right. So if you've got Elk and bison that are spending the summer up at twelve or thirteen thousand feet you know they can do okay and snow but you know they're gonna come down and so we're all the other animals and so you've basically got a refrigerator on the valley floor below you that you can see from miles away. You've got ample stone you've got water. Why not just park yourself here at eight thousand feet in the rockies so my thinking you know coming trauma freeze your well. Yeah but these folks knew what they were in for because they they clearly. This wasn't a case where they kind of came in in the summer. They were hunting and The first snowfall. We're stuck here. They knew exactly what they were doing. They found one of the most ideal spots in that entire basin to set up their winter camp and stayed there through the winter. Have you found any formal remains at all. There's the there's a beautiful theory killed by a horrible fact. The fact is is that we. We haven't found anything to impurity demonstrate and this is the frustrating part of this whole project to try to find anything that would clearly insecurity confirm that this was a winner occupation. It's just not there. We found thirty. Four thousand bones scraps. What ninety nine percent of which are no bigger than your thumbnail because this is a very cold environment. it's a very harsh environment You got a lot of freeze thraw and cracking and you know bone just doesn't preserve and that's the problem as interesting shining observation in areas like that high elevation serious exposure find a lot of cracked. Antler goes quick the the that freeze thaw and and how hot the son gets on those south facing slopes the brown antler once it falls off crack.

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"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Top fifteen finishers so you know if you're anywhere near the top fifteen you've got to be You've got to be playing this weekend trying to trying to move up on that leaderboard so It be exciting. Cdot come in. But it's going to be hard to catch dylan. there's no doubt well. And i'm just looking at the overall. I gave you the top five. Kevin engelhardt sitting six. Greg lewis kenny jordan. Eighth kevin cox ninth Jim ciba's nice job. Jim is sitting tenth. Stephen gravina is eleventh. James connors twelfth pete is thirteenth caroline stobhill fourteenth and Mike feroza is sitting fifteenth. So those are your money slots for right now Going into closing weekend and the quite a few of those slots are pretty tight point. Why so he of course Before we go. I should mention the you know. This season You know you're usually preparing for eclipse and saturday was the The finalist announcement It's not going to be the typical Ceremony but The still you know still going to be honored Be honoring the champions for twenty twenty. Exactly and of course we're we're well into the virtual event and but nevertheless you know beaches honoring Like you said all the great moments From twenty twenty and of course we're We'll have our our top ten Eclipse award champions of the first fifty years. We'll be counting those down during the.

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"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Into the the main event in august. This this friday. Saturday and sunday so should should be a fun weekend and look forward to recapping everything with you in the coming weeks and then of course we jump right in to qualify birth for the twenty twenty two nhc Starting the following weekend. And i'm just looking. You mentioned the leader boards. And i know that typically today We'll we'll probably see some updates from the weekend. But dillon donnelly is who we talked to earlier last year mid year or so Had has had just a a pretty magical run. I mean he eats bernie much control Things from upfront. And he goes into this closing weekend As the as the tour leader how. About how about sally She's right there and we heard earlier in the year. Tom blosser sitting third and brett weiner fourth. And who's the top fifth the david wolfe also noting. Let's say you've got a you mentioned. The you mentioned the leaderboard on those that. Pavon scored a seat but I see eugene callan He's top. Julie la boyko trae styles Sitting third jeff passat and tracy richards. There's your top five there. You've also got the rookies. let's say let's take a look at the rookie leaderboard as well Chris and dur Leading the the rookies led to.

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"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Down and we helped her out but that was also right right after the time of the fire so we were kind of helping each other out You know it was a a good thing and then You know we try to have horses that are in training and all the time That was a disconnect. Casey get We're talking to clovis grain and crane thoroughbreds. He's got a nice website actually and you can. You can see some of the some the specifics i just poking around. And there's the services right there. And i do want to ask them about a couple of other aspects and he mentioned that linda rice end up. Some ors is his father worked for going backward for lenders dad late that so will who case case telling me that the phone may have may have gone dead. Because he's going. It's going straight to voicemail. Well that's no good all right. I'll be up for a second and give you another shot. The the other the other parts of of crane's career. I want to touch on is the the attention. He pays to horses the come through his program because he has claimed back some horses near the end of their career and then has turned around and and entered them in the thoroughbred makeover. And any one. I got a little. I guess it's a little boy. It's longer longer ago than i thought. It looks like it looks like it was in twenty fifth theme. Is that right. Yeah but boy that it doesn't seem like it was five years ago but He won The the makeover with a That was the rich working ranch division. They call it But i also think he had a rodeo horse just in the last couple of years that one the overall So i wanted to ask them about that. No good case Well role that was too bad. I wanted to spend another another ten minutes with with clovis Well you know we'll do. We'll we'll save it for We'll get him as we get. Yeah it's all right well in that case. Let's so let's shift gears and we'll get. We'll get keith shabalin. And we'll get back to call that part one of a visit with clovis grain and you can you can see everything about his operation crane thoroughbreds dot com so the upbeat report. That fire was last march right in early march and march seventh. So i have a fire that destroys the the barn and they saved There was fifteen horses that day and saved another seven. There were there was a it was a barn. The hell twenty two. And so you know. In in the media aftermath of of the fire comes comes the covid scenario that Starts impacting the scale sales schedule and the essential message. I think you got there from from clovis grain. Is that Y- keep moving forward right that that That the upbeat the upbeat method and message of the day very keeps shambling is going to join us here momentarily and i wanted to get keith. in late. last week. I reached out to him and just days remain. We've only got Between now and saturday the last few days of qualification for this year's nhc and of course the actual nhc itself not until august In vegas which ends up being a a very smart maneuver by anti ira making that decision. Keith shambling joins us now keith. Go morning happy new year. Good morning steve. How are you. I am good and You know Great to connect a reached out last week. And then i think i missed your return message on friday but i wanted to make sure that we gave everybody the heads up. I mean pretty much wrapping up qualifications for vegas in august. This is it. This is.

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"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Back at the races twenty five minutes into our one on this tuesday and you know sometimes when the topics come up or names come up and i'll mention on the air. I said. oh we should we should you know should reach out to x. Or we should see what's going on with why yesterday when clovis crain's name came up and i said well we really should check in with him. He had last winter. It had the fire at the at the barn and glovas is worth checking in with at anytime. Because you don't know what he's up to. We might be out. You know breaking baby's getting them ready he might be doing. Sales crappy might be getting a horse ready for the thoroughbred makeover. It might be might be at a rodeo competition one of the most interesting horsemen around the game. Clovis crane good morning. Glow his i i i I wanted to see how things transpired after last year. and I i suppose we should start there and give everybody an update. There was such a huge outpouring of support for you and your family After the fire. Yeah i can't tell you how thankful we are or the mortuaries our friends and All the people that helped polish through our forever be grateful for everyone that you know Gave us support and help you. Don't basically text us up and drugs through so we could be alright. I we're okay We've restructured a little bit. We've rebuilt some facilities that we need with coded and The environment of the pennsylvania governor and things like that we put into the hold button on build many solid structures with put up temporary structures right now. And and we. We're back at a normal capacity. Would just restructure it. Exactly what we're doing but My family's good You know and at the end of the day. That's the main thing We made it through last year was obviously. It was a tough year when everybody. But we're okay We're doing well. There's a strong and Obviously with the outpouring of support We're very fortunate. Have but if you've done well and the farm the facility and in lebanon pennsylvania. So you're you're really strategically located and you're within each of you know though the whole eastern seaboard When it comes to you know sales you you you focus on to mon him so you know you're not you're not far at all. Yeah i had gone to miami We have every year since they've had to sail We go to tony. My job s Several times used to go to california when Barrett's had it. We.

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"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You had to pass a swim yet to get a swim certificate at some point in your four years you had to go down to the notorious line very notorious and and get checked off. You couldn't graduate without that. And i know a lot of people who you'd always hear stories of people who were hesitant you know that they really were swimmers. And they were. They didn't want to. They kept putting it off putting it off. I just i hadn't thought about that forever. Got a bunch of things to do today and We should have. They should have a very interesting eclectic morning and yesterday's yesterday's conversation with with the mig. Which when you know when rich takes the bit and runs you just you gotta you gotta give him. You know you gotta give him free rein. Everybody loves listening to that. And then you say tony. Obviously the the conversation with tony and asking last week. The same reaction One of the parts of the discussion with rich. That just caught my eye when we talked about that. Inter borough that he that he won and clovis crane road in. And i as i said in a crane last Winter had a barn fire at his training facility in lebanon pennsylvania. A fascinating guy. And we're gonna talk them about ten minutes a little less than ten minutes actually These i followed through on on my my promise to. Let's check in with globus. Great and you know he trains he gets. Babies started a for some clients and for pin oaks. you're listening to two year old pin oaks. And he'll tell you about it. I mean he starts a lot of orces every year and he he had not only did he have a successful apprenticeship. He got too big he. He basically outgrew an opportunity to have a full writing career but after he got too big he had a has had a very successful rodeo career. And you'll recall. Was it two years ago. Maybe three years ago. He won the The makeover the retired racehorse project thoroughbred makeover. He won with a kind of an all around rodeo trainee. he's a fascinating guy and You know he's he's he's been busted up a few different times over the years With you know bull riding in den you know that kind of those kinds of antics so clovis great this morning here about a bunch of different things that In his background what he's always recovered I think he lost. That doesn't orces in a in the fire and Those big outpouring support. I'm sure you remember. We sent out Links to the it was go. Fund me kinda things and We'll catch up with clovis great Natalia lynch as promised off of her first training win and we'll talk about her background and getting out on her own and winning steak as as her first win. I mentioned that our friend l. gold gold square that al gave her a chance and moved some more sinister and the gets rewarded with the wendell. Fong winning on saturday down at laurel. So we'll talked into talia andy sterling As well this morning we'll talk to the actually our early. Because i know he's got something later this morning. So ten o'clock for andy and course l. today brought to you by lubar sin and reborn as well and I've got a handful of things for For doc Some of it one part of it one part of it kind of uplifting and really.

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"clovis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From Clovis, their mom, Tama Bastos is an E r nurse, and it's so chilling to hear her. Tell her kids. This will be over soon. That was last April, 3. But I don't let it let it get me down because this final world a month later, we brought you a show about how the pandemic was making it tough for a lot of Californians with disabilities. Our intern are yellow. Markowitz brought us a story about a man named Echoed Ramidus. He's autistic and a disability rights activist in L. A. His daily routine is really important to him. The pandemic disrupted all that. But he figured out a way to create a new routine that also helped his neighbors. So this is me doing something. On the weekend, I decided to put together a little flyer for some of my neighbors. It was late in March, when Californians were starting to panic about Corona virus and Ecto Ramirez posted this video on YouTube and so with everybody just kind of hoarding. Uh and panicking right now. They really made things a lot more difficult forward. Some of the people who are more small normal right now, which is a procedure sonar disables actor has around expressive face and really kind eyes. He's 45. He lives with his mom in a rent controlled mobile home park in Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley. Most of his neighbors are elderly and disabled. So he posted flyers and folks doors, asking them to reach out if they needed food delivered. That's what I'm doing, you know, instead of panicking, which I am, but this is kind of how I'm working with my society.

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How major US stock indexes fared this week

Bloomberg Markets

01:28 min | 7 months ago

How major US stock indexes fared this week

"Wilson. Dave what you've seen in the small capital. Well, the short answer is it Does Paul main After a day when the Russell 2000 index was little changed? It starts We're taking off. Rustles up. 2.6% is actually beating the S and P five hundred's advance of 2.4%. So smaller companies finally kind of going along for the ride. Now, the Russells biggest game belongs to up work whose ticker is U P. W K. The online job. Recruiters climbed 39, a half percent up work posted expected profit for the third quarter as revenue beat ANALYSTSAVERAGE estimate. The Bloomberg survey Presidio Technologies Ticker are easy. I has risen 32% Third quarter profit at the maker of home automation devices was triple the average projection and MEREDITH ticker MDP has add about 26% the media companies third quarter authorities were far above estimates and sales beat projections by the most in more than a decade. Now The rest of steepest drop belongs to Clovis Oncology Ticker. See LVS the cancer drug developers fallen 21% Clovis cut of fall your sales work asked and said it would swap stock for about $65 Million of convertible debt and paying identity picker. Ticker P I. N G. Ping has lost. 15.5%, the maker of network access software, had an unexpected loss for the third quarter.

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"clovis" Discussed on Nerdette

Nerdette

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"clovis" Discussed on Nerdette

"That's awesome. I don't think you know comedy is dead I think it'll be around for quite some time and you know we figured it out as you said for now. Well six and a half episodes in two woke and I'm really looking forward to seeing Clovis as major character development over the course of the next forty five minutes. Close.

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Senate fails to advance slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill

Ray Appleton

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Senate fails to advance slimmed-down GOP coronavirus relief bill

"Senate Democrats have defeated GOP leaders Latest covert 19 relief bill by a vote of 52 to 47. We were fiscally responsible. We work to help open school, so we do all these things. The Democrats know Suren closely don't wanted they don't want to bill And that was Senator Rick Scott of Florida. Democratic leaders say the Senate Corona virus bill would have done nothing to help state and local workers. 46 annual Clovis Fast

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Russia worked to help Trump in 2016 election: Senate panel

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:35 min | 10 months ago

Russia worked to help Trump in 2016 election: Senate panel

"Million documents. Hundreds of witness interviews and the consensus from Democrats and Republicans in the Senate Intelligence Committee is that Russia aggressively tried to influence 2016 presidential campaign, and the Trump campaign was happy to accept Russian help, they said. So in 1000 page report this week, the committee also reportedly made criminal referrals to federal prosecutors believe in a number of people have lied or maid. Contradictory statements to investigators were going to turn now to Justin. Rude. He's a former congressional investigator now director of the project on Government Oversight. Thanks so much for being with us good to be with you. According to officials who spoke with the Times, The Washington Post NBC News the intelligence Committee Told the Department of Justice that Steve Bannon, Erik Prince Sam Clovis Alternate Associates appeared to have made false statements to the committee and that Donald Trump Jr and Jared Kushner had made statements that were contradicted by other testimony. How often does a congressional committee make a referral like that? But they're not common, but I would say they're not infrequent. It's hard to say for sure, because sometimes these pearls are made publicly. Sometimes they're made privately. These obviously we've made privately so it's hard to have AH, clear accounts, but it's not uncommon, especially at the end of a lengthy investigation like this one toe have examples of Witnesses say you feel may have not have been fully forthcoming on there's a matter almost house. You need to refer that to Department of justice and ask them to look look into a little further. Would you have any concern based on what we do know now that the Justice Department is ignoring Congress or slowing down the process? This is not a normal year. That is not a normal administration for sure make that difficult to see inside a black box of the situation like this. Certainly there are concerns from politicization of the Department of Justice. But I would also say that historically speaking when Congress makes with pearls to the Department of Justice for anything but particularly around obstruction, or or false statements, types of concerns If the figures of the subjects of those girls are connected to the administration administration officials regardless of whether they're Democratic Republican, the Department of Justice rarely takes those cases up frequently. These were for Those are much more successful if they target a private individual. Well, what a tradition. Why don't they traditionally picked them up old fashioned politics? It's hard to convince the Department of Justice to go after a member of their own administration on DH while I think false statements, serious charge, and certainly any federal investigator would tell you get in. I think there are people have gone to prison for lying to Congress, right? Oh, absolutely, and in recent history as well, So I think that we should probably point to that evidence as well. You got Michael Cohen, who pled guilty to a charge of lying to Congress. He had Roger Stone, who was convicted of making false statements now, But those were coming through the Mueller team. The special prosecutor's team and these referrals are going to the U. S Attorney's office here in D. C. Which I think has a little bit of a body a record. I think Congress just heard from members that office in June. I believe about interns around politicization there. In the cases of Michael Flynn and Excuse me and Roger Stone sentencing. So, so it's tough to read whether or not it's going to move forward. I would say that while the Department of Justice don't get these referrals from Congress from committees from members because it's just a letter anyone any member of Congress or the Mini can write one of these letters. I think they tend Give credence to these work world become, as this one does from the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is to say first that's being made on a bipartisan basis by the by the chair and vice chair of the committee is coming at the end of an extensive and detailed investigation. That's just one person's opinion. Kind of popping off. They you assume have AH, decent. Body of records to refer to and the third one is they didn't publicly They didn't try to politicize it so that I think a lot of watches gives credence in some real gravity. Well, thanks very much for being with us. Justin Road, directs the Congressional Oversight Initiative at the project on Government Oversight. We're very grateful for your time. Thank you, sir. For having me At

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To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own

Leo Laporte

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own

"Firefighters in the Angeles National Forest or using a bunch bunch of of little little fires fires to to contain contain a a big big fire fire that's that's consumed consumed nearly nearly 15,000 15,000 acres acres backfires backfires or or back back burns burns or or used used to to steer steer a a fire fire into into a a containment containment line line or or create create a a firebreak firebreak backing fires. A nice, safe controlled method are consuming fuel. The embers are going back into the burn, so there's no opportunity for re ignition. Jim D'Amico's a strike team leader from Clovis, and says back Burns are a great way to speed up containment. But sometimes that controlled burns Khun get a little out of control. That's why, he says there's always water dropping helicopters

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How to Pivot and Persevere with AJ Picard

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:06 min | 11 months ago

How to Pivot and Persevere with AJ Picard

"I wanNA. Do Asia is really focus on today's topic, which is going to be all about how to pivots in persevered, and these are two things that have never never been more important than this post cove in one thousand. Thousand Nine hundred world that we live in for sure there's a lot of pivoting going on. There's a lot of persevering going on and guess what fire nation if you are falling short and either of those categories, you are gonNA struggle, but if you are just thriving in both of those, then you can be thriving as well so less with your background AJ. Who the heck are you? Where are you from? And then what? The heck got you here to this point today? Man. I'm actually from born and raised from Philadelphia Pa. Living in Maryland and I kind of started my entrepreneurial journey back in two thousand seventeen when I started going full time on developing the social media at that I'm now pushing. Right now called Clara. And what club really does is just help. You feel more connected to your surrounding community by providing our users with a way to connect with locals in the area and discover things to do in their community as well, so let's maybe talk quickly about club, because I am curious like how you initially came up with this idea like I love talking about the Aha moment like that poor in like why that happened for you and then also sure just like one or two. You think are kind of cool case. Studies of people that are used Clovis excessively for one was actually sitting in the king of Prussia Mall. Near Philadelphia, it's it's massive mall and I was in the food court, and I was just people watching day, and it was around the time back in two thousand fourteen, when instagram started kind of picking up traction and twitter. We had snapchat as well and I was thinking to myself. Why couldn't I why can't I I guess? Hone in on a specific location and connect with people in that same location as me almost like a hyper local platform, so that's kind of how I thought of that idea of. Like. I want to connect with people that are in this mall right now. Correct correct and I was like you know this could be a great way. You know if I'm in college to meet New People at a party. That might be super crowded it could be used at a networking event or even at a sports game, just just to connect with people in that same location that you're currently that that was the goal. Is this for businesses to? Because like what kind of POPs into? My mind is like I'm walking into King. King of Prussia Mall and I get an alert on my phone, says hey, not sure if you're hungry if you are for the next ten minutes, we're going to have fifty percent off. Pretzels over at pretzels are us in like I would just be like well. I wasn't actually that hungry. Until you just kind of maybe think of Pretzel in my mouth so here off I go. Is that like one of those things that could happen? Man So these businesses can create a location based announcements or promotion so to speak so when users. Don't into that specific location where their promotion is located in. They're going to collect it, which means that you know if you did walk in through that King of Prussia. Mall Front door. You collect every promotion that that business in that King of Prussia. Mall's currently promoting. So you know we offer that that I guess easy transition to discover discovering things to do in your surrounding area and active promotions in your surrounding. Surrounding area from from local businesses located around you and the one thing that POPs up in my mind is kind of like a potential user is at what point is overwhelmed like walking into a mall and there's a hundred and twenty four stores and get one hundred twenty four promotions like a one point. Is that just become like spam mail that we all get our inbox? That is a great point, we actually. Actually plan on fixing this issue as we start to grow, and we're GONNA limit the amount of promotions or announcements in specific location, so it's going to be super exclusive. Obviously we would. We would have to charge these businesses more, but as of now we're just trying to get businesses inside and and willing to promote

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From the Archive: Michael Lewis and Tana French

The Book Review

11:16 min | 1 year ago

From the Archive: Michael Lewis and Tana French

"Michael thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So you've covered very exciting topics before. Wall Street is exciting. Sports is exciting. The Department of Agriculture is not generally considered exciting. How did you decide to to turn to this? So it wouldn't have been exciting before trump. I think trump electrified all the material. So what happened. Several things at once happened. I just finished a book about Danny. Common name is diversity to Israeli psychologist who Study the way people Miss Miss Value. Risk price risk and one of their insights. Was that if you take a catastrophic risks. I mean it's like a one in a million chance of happening and and make it a one in ten thousand still very remote increase the likelihood one hundred times people don't feel it and I had this sense. When trump was elected in the way he was approaching governing that he was he was doing that across a big portfolio of risks that. I thought that the one way to think of the federal government is a manager of giant portfolio of risks many of them catastrophic and that people weren't feeling it exactly. I was doing on this in about how to write about it when he made Rick Perry the Secretary of Energy of Course Rick. Perry had said that he thought the Department of you should be eliminated when he was on stage in a debate but he couldn't remember even the name of the place and once he collided with it he realised. Oh maybe it shouldn't be eliminated because the departmental has nuclear weapons in inside of it and I thought well maybe this is the this is the way maybe actually kind of want follow it follow ric currency what it means for. Rick Perry to be running this place and then somewhere in all this. I learned that the Obama Administration partly because they're required to by law partly because Obama was a responsible person had essentially Had BEEN AT WORK. For a year to create these briefings for the whoever was gonNA roll into the federal government and run it and there was a there have been thousand thousand people across across the government who had spent the better part of a year creating these briefing books thinking about how to present the government to someone who didn't know anything about it and these briefings were supposed to happen the day after the election. I mean they're gonNa roll and that's what happened. When Obama rolled in to replace Bush and the trump people hadn't shown up at all so then I had a hook but now I do too in the hook was I'm GonNa go get the briefings. Briefings and trump people never bothered to get and kind of learn about this portfolio of risk and try to get a sense of what we should be worried about why that was the start and then you ended up covering not just the Department of Energy but also the Department of Commerce and the Department of Agriculture. You know I had a selection problem that reminded me a bit of the selection problem. I had with the big short and the big short there was a pool of kind of fifteen Wall Street guys who had seen the crisis coming or thought they'd seen it coming and made a fortune betting on the collapse of either Wall Street or the housing market and I wandered around a long time on a casting. Search figure out which ones were the best to tell the story through. Who are the other contenders? There were a lot of them. I mean they were. They were hundreds of them but they were fifteen of them and and all were willing to let me write about him. It was just who could kind of teach the reader the most important things what was the best way to dramatize this. And in this case I had actually fifteen cabinet level positions fifteen departments to choose from and I had a narrow down. I couldn't do the federal government. I wasn't gonNA keep the reader for more than a couple of hundred pages. I knew right away it was going to be three or four and I thought I had some criteria I thought one. It's gotta be something that I suspect. Most readers have no idea what it does and I just. I would just market test this. I'd be at a dinner party and say they might tell me what the Department of Commerce does and nobody had any idea that half the budget went to weather collecting weather data. You know or in the department energy most people didn't like Rick. Perry as opposed to the Treasury Department of the State Department of people have some vague idea. What does it? I wanted to be out of the public eye because I thought among other things I think. The risks are greater when public not watching the trump administration and finally. I thought they started to be very important so the Department of Education. I mean it's nothing's not important in the federal government but some of it's more important than than others so i. I spent time in most of the departments. I mean are talked to people from most departments and eliminated things along the way and then figured these are the three I wanted to do. Having said that I mourn not having written about the State Department and more not having read about the Department of the Interior. I think you could drop a writer into any one of these places and he would come away with a really. There's a wonderful stories to tell I mean. The Department of Education Is One. That's been written about a lot because of that. The high profile of the appointee to a lesser extent repairing sort of when he came in there was a flurry of attention and then kind of died away. So what is Rick Perry doing at the Department of Energy and what the Department of Energy supposed to be doing? It's a really good question what he is doing what. I dipped out of this story. I mean the last time I interviewed someone at the department injuries. Maybe six months ago and what I'm told. Is he set himself up as a kind of cheerleader ceremonial head of with the. Who isn't all that interested in the place? So you seem tweet a lot about it but we never got the briefings presumably. I know more about it than he does. Because I sat down with people had them walk me through the whole department. Maybe by now. He's accumulated some information. But what does it do? It's a vast science project what it is and part of the science project is tending to testing assembling nuclear weapons. That that's a big part of the budget. Another big part of the budget is cleaning up nuclear. Waste their sites in this country. And you wouldn't believe it. It's sort of like green type. Post-apocalyptic PLACES PAN for Washington. The Department of Defense three billion dollars a year trying to clean up the remains of the plutonium factories that that generated the atom bombs for World War. Two you ask the people in the department energy to give you an honest estimate how long it's GonNa take to to clean the place up hundred years one hundred billion dollars. I mean that's not trivial. And and what is at stake is there is a giant plume underground of of nuclear waste. That's slowly drifting towards the Columbia River which is not that far away said up on the Columbia River because they need the water to cool the it was there for a reason but if it leaches into the Columbia River. It's a catastrophe the for the Pacific northwest and it's managed in a very short term way. Things happen there. That are very alarming but does that predate trump or is it always been managed in a short term way although trump was the trigger for my story and trump is by far the most negligent manager of the federal government. We've had my lifetime Fisher probably forever. I never thought of his story. Just about trump. I thought of it. A story about the narrative we have created has poisoned or at Lea- screwed up the relationship between the society and government. That that this whole notion that the government is filled with lazy stupid. Bureaucrats who were kind of dead weight on society is a really dumb story. It's not true story. Department energy actually illustrates this. There is within the Department of Energy and his science project a seventy billion dollar loan portfolio and a few hundred million dollar venture capital fund. That is responsible for the entire. Solar power industry is responsible for Tesla. The first that were given to Tesla it is. It's it's the only place where dollars will be allocated to long term innovation. Industry doesn't do this if you she track back. Where the the innovations that led to the current American economy came from almost always it started with a government some government investment the Internet. The iphone wouldn't wouldn't exist without govern investment. When I think about the government I think of it as this. This exquisitely important exquisitely complicated machine that. We've let rust for decades telling ourselves a story that we need to basically just kick it every now and then it keep it from being too lazy and this guys come along and got sledgehammer. Trump has come along and he's getting this is getting you. He's going to do really mortal damage to it all right. So here's a short term thinking way of looking at this if you have things like nuclear cleanup. That are one hundred year. One hundred billion dollar projects is this potentially four year maybe eight year term of neglect. Kind of benign neglect. Because it's just GonNa it's all moving so slowly anyway or is he actively doing something in these departments. That is making it far worse. We have to worry. I think we have to worry a lot in. That's not me saying there's there are people who were kind of professional watchers of the federal government who are independent reps of the situation and then they're terrified for a few reasons. One is just the people who were in the federal government in the first year. The trump administration twenty percent of the top six thousand managers in the government civil service senior executive types left Biz. A hollowing out of the talent. And there's real talent there. These are not trivial. People people who were there in a lot of people federal government could be being paid a lot more money in the private sector and they've been drawn to some mission whether it's school nutrition or tending the nuclear arsenal or the weather service. They're there because they love the mission in because they know how important job is and we've mistreated those people for a long time. But now the level of mistreatment got very high and the dispersion of those people is a problem but then there are lots of things that are not so long term. I mean the trump budgets zeroed out both the loan program and the investments in the Department Energy Department of Agriculture Department. Agriculture has a three billion dollar research. Budget typically always overseen by a scientist and agricultural scientist. And if you talk to the woman who previously occupied the place Kathy Woteki a re a one a distinguished agricultural scientists who've been in government. Thirty years really knows what she's doing. She's all of his budget right. Now is one way or another being directed to research tied to climate. Change that we're to feed ourselves we're GONNA have to think differently. Be where how and where we grey sheep and cows and grow wheat and the climate change and have a big effect on the food supply trump appointed to this job right wing talk show radio host from Iowa who happened to support who knew who has no science background whatsoever named Sam Clovis now he has recently been removed from consideration. And there's nobody on his anybody in the job right now but the neglect of investment right now in the government will have consequences down the road. The bright spot is make it so bad and this is the point of the book. It make it so bad that people may wake up and we'll have a different narrative about our government.

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Medicare for all studies

Medicare for All

08:34 min | 1 year ago

Medicare for all studies

"Am Benjamin Day. F- Names Stephanie. Nakajima and this is Medicare for all the PODCAST for everybody who needs healthcare except for Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein. Oh I can't imagine why you're leaving about it not that cruel. Actually because he doesn't need it any way because he's going to be in prison. I mean I feel like I should say there are a lot of people locked up right now. Who Don't belong there and offer the prison abolition movement But at least let's get Weinstein in there before we yes. He'll have his health care. Although there are major issues with prison healthcare that will not go down that rabbit while now right because there's too much that has happened this week in the world of Medicare for all Especially this Nevada debates. Now you watch this shit in real time It was saucy. What did you? What was your initial takeaway? I watched it later. But it was a bloodbath. Elizabeth Warren with on fire in addition to being on fire Elizabeth. Warren actually shockingly looked at the health plans of some of her opponents. Who Do not support Medicare for all It's amazing how little this actually happened. So let's hear he dubs throwing down with people to teach and Amy Klobuchar at the same time so I took a look at the plans that are opposed to boost judge. There are four expenses that families pay premiums deductibles Co pays and uncovered medical expenses. Moroder judge says he will put a cap only on the premiums and that means families are going to pick up the rest of the cost amy. I looked online at your plan. It's two paragraphs families are suffering and they need plan. You can't simply stand here and trash an idea to give healthcare coverage to everyone without having realistic plan of your own. And if you're not going to own up to the fact that you don't have a plan or the plan is gonNA leave people without healthcare coverage full coverage. Then you need to say so sick. Burn seventy what did you think about? I mean we'll we'll get back to the church but let's focus on amy. Clovis for now what did you think of that epoch? Takedown you know. She was basically just doing the moderator's job here. She says that she support universal healthcare on her website and then to prove it she links to one of her tweets on a rural hospital funding. Bill that's not quite the same as universal healthcare for all in Springfield. That's like evidence of her universal health and the rest of the paragraph says that she believes the quickest way to get to universal. Healthcare is through a public option. That expands Medicare or Medicaid or. Maybe she hasn't decided yet. I feel like can we please stop dragging Bernie for not publishing a financing plan when Lavar doesn't even know which programs? Yeah and Warren later says that this is basically a P- posted note. That's like insert your health plan here and that is legit true She says Kosher has absolutely nothing about her plan. It's not a plan. It's just a I support public option and I think in fact their mostly running on not Medicare for all right. We don't even know what their plans have been because there have been no questions at the debate so far about either boot `age or club. Char's proposals because the media is so obsessed with the question of cost as if that's like the only thing that matters about a healthcare plan and we end up ignoring other crucial considerations like how many people would be covered. And how would access be affected And I think that this is like twenty sixteen all over again when Hillary Clinton skated on on a paper Thin Plan. That got absolutely zero scrutiny. I actually wrote an article in common dreams back in March of two thousand sixteen called the disappearance of Hillary Clinton's healthcare platform and I went through all of the health big national health reporters who basically did not support Medicare for all and we're backing the Clinton plan and none of them in any of their articles actually said what is in Hillary Clinton's plan. It was kind of a collection of weird incremental reforms. None of them were spelled out. Obviously there is no cost analysis. It didn't say how many people would be covered And again she wanted to claim the moral high ground of I support universal healthcare but had no plan actually get there same thing with Amy Klobuchar and the New York Times endorsement of Hillary Clinton that year actually they cited specifically her healthcare plan. As being one of the reasons they were endorsing her and they said specifically that it was a realistic plan. Even though it wasn't a plan at all and they don't know what's in it. Yeah and you know I in a way. I'm proud because the Medicare for movement has so dominated this debate that it's all that anyone really talks about so Kudos to us. But if you want to attack Medicare for all you actually have to have some scrutiny of your plan right. Yeah I want to see you in the next debate. The moderate candidates challenged on whether or not their plans can actually get us to universal coverage because they're claiming they're claiming that universal health care is absolutely goal and that we all share the goal of universal health. Care and I want to see if their plans are going to get us there. What are the odds that the moderator asks questions? We should start a petition gambling pool so we skipped over Buddha chick but let's take him next as sort of a separate issue. I'm GONNA play a quick clip here. It is a plan to solve the problem. Make sure there is no such thing as an uninsured American and doesn't without kicking anybody off the plan that they have this idea that the union members don't know what's good for them is the exact kind of condescension and arrogance that makes people skeptical the policies. We've been putting forward here. We have a plan that the majority of Americans support. Wow that was a lot of righteous outrage Ben. What do you think yeah? So He's referring to his plan here of course And the interesting thing to me. Is that Buddha churches entire line in this is that Medicare for all his divisive right even. Though it has strong majority supported the entire population like almost all Democrats Support. It divides the elites and everybody right exactly divides people making money off the Healthcare System. And those who are being screwed by the healthcare system but he and the reason that he saying his plan is not devicive is because he's mostly pushing a public option And the public option tends to poll higher than Medicare for all. And that's because it doesn't. It's kind of A. It's like a very vanilla reform like a very slight improvements You get like another insurance plan to choose from to buy Obviously that doesn't change things for most people But it's less you know there's less uncertainty it pulls well what he doesn't talk about and we have new polling on this now is that his plan doesn't just involve a public option. It involves enrollment and retroactive enrollment into the public option. So if you're uninsured and you go to the hospital for example you will be retroactively enrolled in a public option plan and then build for it you then have to pay for it afterwards. So Again this is in the same theme of like. We're not actually looking at these plans. The other candidates have come up with and whether they work. Or whether they're totally like batch it crazy So shockingly morning consoles actually ran a poll basking people. I do support a public option plan but then do you support a public option. Plan with retroactive enrollment. Which is the plan. And they found that again. There is pretty strong support for public option. Initially but once you include retroactive enrollment like the Belichick plan does the support drops to twenty four percent right. Well so that is I'd say more divisive than right. Exactly so yeah. I'm liking that. We're finally looking at the alternative zero to Medicare for all and how bad they are. Imagine being billed for several months of premiums all at once a year or a year And you know if you're in that situation it's probably because you were having trouble keeping up with your payments in the first place so I don't think it's going to be that popular with people Struggling his poll says the the premium. You pays up to eight point five percent of your income. So that's going to be a big chunk of change to get surprised build by the government at the end of the year. And that's basically what it is surprised building instead of like a collective health insurance plan that we all are participating

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Assessing the results from New Hampshire's primary

The Forecast with Harry Enten

08:00 min | 1 year ago

Assessing the results from New Hampshire's primary

"After last week's debacle in Iowa New Hampshire held their first in the nation primary and it did not take a week to get the result Tuesday Bernie. Sanders took the lead with people who did not far behind. And there's a lot to be learned from the vote totals and the exit polls will dive into that and then we're gonNA look ahead to next week's caucuses and Dan get Harry's forecast for that state and Mike Bloomberg is rising in the polls. He is also facing renewed scrutiny for his controversial stop and Frisk policing policy when he was mayor of New York. This time the anger is over how he talked about the policy in two thousand. Fifteen remarks that have just resurfaced. Let's start though with New Hampshire. The final totals out of New Hampshire for our friends who aren't glued to their televisions or their phones Bernie. Sanders won twenty five point nine percent of the vote p booted rich twenty four point four percent of the vote Amy Globe Ajar Third Place Nineteen Point Eight Elizabeth Warren nine point three and Joe Biden after that. Say I know you this Joe Biden is in the place where when you're reading it online you have to click see further results to you. See we are. That's where we are in this. Okay what is the most important data point that year seeing coming out of this you know I think it honestly the most important data point that I see coming out of it. Is You know you mentioned Biden. And I think that's one obviously for a former front runner. Finishing in fifth place in New Hampshire after finishing in fourth place in and I will not exactly a place you want to be Bernie. Sanders is for all intents and purposes the front runner but to me. The key number here is that he won which is twenty six percent of the vote in New Hampshire primaries. You go back in history. That is the lowest percentage in the modern era on either the Democratic or Republican side for a winner to to take in New Hampshire just twenty six percent. It is the first time on the democratic side in the modern era in which three candidates got rounding here at least twenty percent. The vote this to me is another sign of the absolute mess that is the Democratic primary. Currently what is you jazzed. Well I mean look I. I think that's such an important important context to have because people are saying Bernie one. It is far from that simple. You've gotTA reimbursement win. Win is not always a win it because I while there's delegates it's as we know second of all The real surprise of the night Is Amy Klobuchar Who came in with a very strong third place showing Leaving leaving Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden and the dust. Her campaign had been really struggling to gain traction even though she kept doing well debates. She is in the top tier because really for her last debate and because she's made a strong centrist appealed throughout the election N.. P. Buddha judge as well so what you have is which really struck me was despite all the energy being on the far left if you look at the New Hampshire cohort that turned out according to CNN exit polls does the voters this time around. Were less likely to call themselves very liberal than they were four four years ago whereas moderates actually made up a greater percentage and if you add Buddha Jacoby jar you you really see the strength of the Center I think also Elizabeth Warren coming in fourth. It's very tough and it's just a reminder let alone biden fifth and it's a reminder of how surreal. This'll cycle's been if two months ago three months ago. Four months ago we. We would've said look the election if you had to pick play. COME DOWN TO BIDEN versus Warren and maybe Kamala Harris with a really strong outside lie and instead we're talking about you know Bernie in pole position with Buddha judge you know right on his back Amy Klobuchar out of nowhere and Mike Bloomberg looking in the wings. It's it's a totally different field than people would have thought you know three or four months ago and exhibit X Y and Z of anybody. Who tells you how how a primary and elections are GonNa go has is knowing his line to or what they're talking about the we don't even need to see another example of that? I want I clued in you. Were talking about club. Char and booted judge internal debate. There were few there are a few options. It's either global meant it's either clbum momentum. There's something like a skinned men. Tom Clemenza no. There's there's a few we should test them out and see them. ooh Did Amend Tom. I'm kind of into the extra. I'm not sure why. But Anyway we'll get into that Glenn whether I had a great slogan in her grade school campaigns. Why all the way with amy K which I think is still very good slogan? She's ditched. That's all right. Well maybe maybe it was whatever I Alexis you can read that one again. Okay but wait. Let's talk about booted edge and club jar because you see that it appears that on the liberal side they they have coalesced around Bernie Sanders very clearly in as we see New Hampshire but now you have moderate voters. They're looking at both boot. `Age and clearly emphasized Org Chart I messages ought to have those two candidates were offering up in there the night on on Tuesday and Donald trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity over an inclusive victory. Donald Trump's worst nightmare is that the people in the middle. The people who've had enough of the name calling and the mudslinging have someone to vote for in November so similar message. There obviously appealing dissimilar voters and I when I saw that I'm struck does Bernie Sanders have amy Klobuchar. Thank he actually won this race. I think he probably did. I mean given at the margin as you know about a point and a half. A shark came up so strong after the debate performance against Buddha judge and you know the tracking polls which actually did a pretty good job of capturing at least that closure had momentum the show that Buddha judge perhaps was trailing just a little bit so I think the argument can be made there. But you know I wanna take a step back. You know. We're talking about this ideologically. I also think that Clovis Are Rising Hurt Elizabeth Warren D- they Despite the fact that obviously worn is appealing more to a left. Part of the electorate Vol Club showers appealing to the Center Party Electric. They're both really appealing to white women with college degrees in the suburbs. And you sort of see if you listen to Warren's speech in New Hampshire after the results came in she actually called out I'm I'm Amy Klobuchar. At least once I believe actually twice and it seemed to me that there was almost this friendly thing. It was quite cool very cool. Okay different take the message going everyone here today but no I just sort of saw that and said you know this might be the example of. We've sort of been talking all along. How is this primary exactly breaking down and yes? There's there's definitely that ideological Angolan burning. Nearly fifty percent of the very liberal vote. But there's also this college cohort angle and the fact is that Amy Klobuchar did very well among among those with a college screen Bernie Sanders not so much while people to judge actually despite our belief that he do better among those with college we actually Kinda got good amount of support from both. It was so I'd like cynical kate and then attempts at non okay. Listening Dylan attempted nonstop. Okay was that was a very magnanimous speech each from Elizabeth Warren in saying that people ran we ran a good race. Any any of US would be. We need to hold each other up each other down because we need to take on Donald Trump and her Giving a shout aiming click like that's what you do when you When you think a woman can't when something like the she's an example of what you can can you kind of

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Exit poll reveals what mattered to New Hampshire voters

America's Truckin' Network

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Exit poll reveals what mattered to New Hampshire voters

"In the first national primary of the twenty twenty election season New Hampshire is projected to go to the candidate who won the state four years ago more from ABC news your it is the beginning of the end but Donald Trump thirty soon lose the ABC news projected winner of new Hampshire's presidential primary number showing edging people to judge by two percentage points Amy Clovis are by six we're going to know that we're going to South Carolina we're going to win well nobody knew we wouldn't do well in New Hampshire and did not he's already moved on to South Carolina and it's more diverse electorates voters still think electability is the most important character in a candidate that has not changed what's changed is whether they think Joe Biden fits that profile that's what's changed and increasingly these put these exit polls today are showing that they're looking at Sanders are looking to put a judge and increasingly baby clothes shard ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts south Carolina's primary is February twenty ninth with continuing coverage the New Hampshire primary Richard Cantu ABC news New Hampshire saw the end of two campaigns and Yang announcing his run was over Colorado senator Michael Bennet also throwing

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Democratic primaries in New Hampshire take center stage

First Light

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Democratic primaries in New Hampshire take center stage

"The attention as they try to figure out the vote count in Iowa continues of course we're gonna be paying attention to what's happening in New Hampshire there's a big debate tonight actually go to the polls on Tuesday so our buddy Steve cast and bomb is somewhere on the campaign trail in New Hampshire see where exactly are you this morning I'm in Concord New Hampshire but tonight the debate will be taking place at the St Anselm college down the road in Manchester New Hampshire this is a traditional thing that happens here right before the primary which is on Tuesday across the state no **** is here it's a straight vote they're used to doing this and I don't think that we've had any problems counting the votes here in New Hampshire of the years that I've covered it here yeah so is everybody going to be on the stage at the same time by this time yes it'll be one more than we saw it in Iowa this time it'll be seven people it'll be Sanders bridges Warren biting club shar and Tom's diner and then joining them will be Andrew Yang but otherwise it's going to look very similar to what we saw in Iowa couple weeks before it the **** is there so so both booted judge and Sanders are claiming victory in Ohio I guess trying to get a little boost out of that as they head into New Hampshire so but this seems like bey basically every Democrat just want to forget I'll ever happened he and Tom and that I'm sorry and then tell her as the DNC chair tweeted out yesterday enough is enough and he's called for a re canvassing of the votes he wants a recount in in Iowa it's it's it's really unusual to still be talking about Iowa now at this point here is in New Hampshire where you have the focus on the electorate here but we're still dogged by what's going on isn't Iowa the if you look at the polls here Sanders according to the most recent poll from The Boston Globe is is in front but very slightly according to The Boston Globe Suffolk up whole Sanders came in twenty four percent Jews twenty three a warrant with thirteen fighting with eleven Clovis chart with six and then the rest the trail behind and there was another poll that came out and it's from the the TV station WHDH in Emerson in that one Sanders is that thirty two percent and but it usually is at twenty three and then Warren fighting and and club shar and then the others behind them but then you look at the real clear politics average of all the polls and will be different there Sanders is just under twenty five percent percent Jewish in twenty and then have died in a fourteen point five followed by worn with twelve point five club which are eight point eight until the Gabbard is still pulling out here so inevitably she's in the average dot four point three well you know as a as an Emerson College graduate I like I'll go with the Emerson full okay so the other couple of things that seem different to me I'm I mean I haven't been up there but just watching you know the the coverage in reading about it Bernie Sanders seems different he is he's really opening up about you know his personal life and talking about his his his faith and and how he grew up and you know how he was a student activist and that's unusual and also Joe Biden seems to be getting a little short tempered yeah I I think one of the things we heard from biting on the trail here yesterday is that you know he's saying it's a big risk to nominate bridges that that he respects and greatly in his good man says he has tremendous potential but there's a risk in nominating someone who who has only been mayor of the city of one hundred thousand people clearly he feels threatened by bridges right now even though he is pulling way above litigation South Carolina he knows that the bridges now is his main competition for the voters who want somebody who's a more moderate Democrat and does so he is now the E. sort of attacking him a little bit in a very polite way on the campaign trail

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Democratic primaries in New Hampshire take center stage

First Light

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Democratic primaries in New Hampshire take center stage

"The attention as they try to figure out the vote count in Iowa continues of course we're gonna be paying attention to what's happening in New Hampshire there's a big debate tonight actually go to the polls on Tuesday so our buddy Steve cast and bomb is somewhere on the campaign trail in New Hampshire see where exactly are you this morning I'm in Concord New Hampshire but tonight the debate will be taking place at the St Anselm college down the road in Manchester New Hampshire this is a traditional thing that happens here right before the primary which is on Tuesday across the state no **** is here it's a straight vote they're used to doing this and I don't think that we've had any problems counting the votes here in New Hampshire of the years that I've covered it here yeah so is everybody going to be on the stage at the same time by this time yes it'll be one more than we saw it in Iowa this time it'll be seven people it'll be Sanders bridges Warren biting club shar and Tom's diner and then joining them will be Andrew Yang but otherwise it's going to look very similar to what we saw in Iowa couple weeks before it the **** is there so so both booted judge and Sanders are claiming victory in Ohio I guess trying to get a little boost out of that as they head into New Hampshire so but this seems like bey basically every Democrat just want to forget I'll ever happened he and Tom and that I'm sorry and then tell her as the DNC chair tweeted out yesterday enough is enough and he's called for a re canvassing of the votes he wants a recount in in Iowa it's it's it's really unusual to still be talking about Iowa now at this point here is in New Hampshire where you have the focus on the electorate here but we're still dogged by what's going on isn't Iowa the if you look at the polls here Sanders according to the most recent poll from The Boston Globe is is in front but very slightly according to The Boston Globe Suffolk up whole Sanders came in twenty four percent Jews twenty three a warrant with thirteen fighting with eleven Clovis chart with six and then the rest the trail behind and there was another poll that came out and it's from the the TV station WHDH in Emerson in that one Sanders is that thirty two percent and but it usually is at twenty three and then Warren fighting and and club shar and then the others behind them but then you look at the real clear politics average of all the polls and will be different there Sanders is just under twenty five percent percent Jewish in twenty and then have died in a fourteen point five followed by worn with twelve point five club which are eight point eight until the Gabbard is still pulling out here so inevitably she's in the average dot four point three well you know as a as an Emerson College graduate I like I'll go with the Emerson full okay so the other couple of things that seem different to me I'm I mean I haven't been up there but just watching you know the the coverage in reading about it Bernie Sanders seems different he is he's really opening up about you know his personal life and talking about his his his faith and and how he grew up and you know how he was a student activist and that's unusual and also Joe Biden seems to be getting a little short tempered yeah I I think one of the things we heard from biting on the trail here yesterday is that you know he's saying it's a big risk to nominate bridges that that he respects and greatly in his good man says he has tremendous potential but there's a risk in nominating someone who who has only been mayor of the city of one hundred thousand people clearly he feels threatened by bridges right now even though he is pulling way above litigation South Carolina he knows that the bridges now is his main competition for the voters who want somebody who's a more moderate Democrat and does so he is now the E. sort of attacking him a little bit in a very polite way on the campaign trail

Iowa New Hampshire
Matt Basco, Kurt Fleming And Clovis discussed on Philip Teresi

Philip Teresi

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Matt Basco, Kurt Fleming And Clovis discussed on Philip Teresi

"The city of Clovis is announcing its new police chief captor, captain Kurt Fleming was appointed to replace. Retiring chief, Matt Basco living has been with clubs PD's since two thousand six after working for the Fresno

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Tim Ryan, Ohio Democrat, launches presidential bid

Joyce Kaufman

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Tim Ryan, Ohio Democrat, launches presidential bid

"Boy. Have another democrat jumping into the race. Tim ryan. He was the one who challenged Nancy Pelosi. I think sad Ohio. Yeah. Tim ryan. The democrat from Ohio is launching a presidential bid. Joining an already crowded primary field to take on President Trump. How many are there? Now. It's just getting overwhelming. I can't I can't keep up with it. I mean, I think they're already at as many as the crazy field that the Republicans had right? We have Kamala Harris beta Aurora, Bernie Sanders, Clovis shar Tulsi Gabbard Kirsten gillibrand. Cory booker. Now, Tim Ryan, I'm missing oh the Hickenlooper. Mayor Pete Jimmy young young whatever his name is. Wait, there's more. Yeah. There's more Joe Biden most likely Bernie Sanders Bernie. Elizabeth warren. Oh battle I had been. So I'm at thirteen right now. Oh, I know Schultz where you're gonna throw him in there. He's not a democrat running independent. So we can't we can't. We can't do anything

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High school student banned from wearing MAGA hat on campus

The KFBK Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

High school student banned from wearing MAGA hat on campus

"A high school student in California, speaking out for being told she can't wear her make America great again hat on campus at school. Matty Miller is a student at Clovis north high school in the Fresno area. She's part of the. Valley patriots which asked its members to wear Maga hats, wherever they were yesterday Miller was taken aback when she was told she couldn't wear the hat on campus. Knowledge. Trump is not a logo. It's a last name. It's

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"clovis" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on Critical Role

"Twenty five. Okay. Eleven all right. Foreign caleb. You know, that this this began as a dispute with the heads of the guilds in the Clovis, concord, they own and run a majority of the trade routes to come in and out, but a lot of the smaller shipping businesses and various other side industry leaders were being overtaxed repeatedly in an attempt to close them out of the business, and essentially completely own all means of shipping in the vicinity this pissed off a lot of people and eventually in moments of combined desperation and frustration they banded together. And we're Darko was previously a very very important repair and stopping station this far out menagerie coast for long distance shipping. They ransacked it took it over. They killed those that defend them. Selves, and any those who did not want to raise arms would be absorbed and be allowed to become a member of what was now called the referee. And as such they have since held this location and continued to be the source of piracy both for their own wealth and continuation of wellbeing. But also as a continuous source of of aggression and. Destruction of the otherwise very prosperous trade that the clothes concord runs. You do know also that the revelry is run by what's called the plank. The king biting the previous one was killed fifteen years ago. By the current plinking. Challenged him. Thanking is known as Wyatt marranos. All you've heard is. He is a giant of a man..

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The Limits of the FBI’s Kavanaugh Probe

Rush Limbaugh

01:50 min | 2 years ago

The Limits of the FBI’s Kavanaugh Probe

"On CBS is face the nation? Minnesota democratic Senator Amy klobuchar says Republicans may not politically limit the scope of F B I background checks. They can order a background check when they put a nomination in place. But they cannot say only interview the people in their neighborhood on one side of the street are only interview people from a certain period of their life. Also on face the nation. Arkansas GOP Senator Tom cotton says the opposing party is on a political witch hunt. The Democrats have disgraced this process and the United States Senate in the orchestrated smear campaign a character assassination. They've run I can stretch cabinet Clovis short details. Her support of Christine blazey Ford six years ago chain said his name to her husband NFL session, and there are notes from that session. She took a polygraph test and passed with fine. Colors and the FBI can look at that as cotton doubles down for three months. The Democrats have turned the advise and consent process into a search and destroy mission. He singles out the Golden State's senior Senator Dianne Feinstein could have showed that letter to Chuck Grassley and the two of them as the leaders of that committee could have shared it with the FBI who could have discreetly conducted. This inquiry injured by an August. This has yesterday in the Texas capitol. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi says Brett Cavanaugh walks dangerous line. He is not telling the truth. What can you be? I then he's not not only to be on the supreme court convened on the court that he saw him right now. She pans Kavanagh's. Thursday Senate hearing approach it was a way for him to go forward with dignity. And without gathered is in his own objectivity in the public mind. You're listening to the latest from NBC

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"clovis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"clovis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Koa news radio network opened its investigation with that news it turns out that's not true it turns out this investigation began long before that sam clovis a trump foreign policy adviser and friend from iowa reports that this informed stephan helper had sought him out much earlier than july months and months earlier seeking a position the in the trump campaign and foreign policy so the informant the people working with the deep state the fbi and the doj the american intelligence agencies to set trump up for a major fall running a coup against trump this operative long before he ever met popadopoulos is calling sam clovis and asking to be hired as a foreign policy analyst in the trump campaign reached out the sam clovis clovis was not interested and said no and so it didn't happen but the attempt was made byron york has a piece today when did trump russia probe begin investigators focus on mystery months in a nutshell byron york says the fbi began investigating trump campaign as soon as trump announced that carter page was a member of his foreign policy team trump did that on march twenty first two thousand sixteen the fbi already knew about page that he had travelled to russia and tried to do deals there and these people had long before this con cock did the idea that trump was colluding with russia they were going to try to make that case so when carter page is named to the trump campaign march twenty two thousand sixteen that's the latest now that we're told the coup to get rid of trump began the investigation began and it it might have set off alarm bells in the fbi because page had previously told the fbi that the russians tried to recruit him as a spy in the past komi randall loretta lynch with this news.

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"clovis" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Turns out this investigation began long before that sam clovis a trump foreign policy adviser and friend from iowa reports that this informant stephan helper had sought him out much earlier than july months and months earlier seeking a position in the trump campaign and foreign policy so the informant the people working with the deep state the fbi and the doj the american intelligence agencies to set trump up for major fall running a coup against trump this operative long before he ever met popadopoulos is calling sam clovis and asking to be hired as a foreign policy analyst in the trump campaign reached out to sam clovis clovis was not interested and said no and so it didn't happen but the attempt was made to byron york has a piece today when did trump russia probe begin investigators focus on mystery months in a nutshell byron york says the fbi began investigating trump campaign is soon as trump announced that carter page was a member of his foreign policy team trump did that on march twenty first two thousand sixteen the fbi already knew about page that he had travelled to russia and tried to deals there and these people had long before this con cock did the idea that trump was colluding with russia they were going to try to make that case so when carter page is named to the trump campaign march twenty first two thousand sixteen that's the latest now that we're told the coup to get rid of trump i'm sorry the investigation began and it it might have set off alarm bells in the fbi because page had previously told the fbi that the russians tried to recruit him as a spy in the past komi randall loretta lynch with this news.

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"clovis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Turns out this investigation began log before that sam clovis a trump foreign policy adviser and friend from iowa reports that this informant stephan helper had sought him out much earlier than july months and months earlier seeking a position in the trump campaign and foreign policy so the informant the people working with the deep state the fbi and the doj the american intelligence agencies to set trump remainder fall running a coup against trump this operative long before he ever met popadopoulos is calling sam clovis and asking to be hired as a foreign policy analyst in the trump campaign reached out to sam clovis clovis was not interested and said no and so it didn't happen but the attempt was made to byron york has a piece today when did trump russia probe begin investigators focus on mystery months in a nutshell byron york says the fbi began investigating trump campaign is soon as trump announced that carter page was a member of his foreign policy team trump did that on march twenty first two thousand sixteen the fbi already knew about page that he had travelled to russia and tried to do deals there and these people had long before this concocted the idea that trump was colluding with russia they were going to try to make that case so when carter page is named to the trump campaign marked twenty two thousand sixteen that's the latest now that we're told the coup to get rid of trump began i'm sort the investigation began and it it might have set off alarm bells in the fbi because page had previously told the fbi that the russians tried to recruit him as a spy in the past komi randall loretta lynch with this news.

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"clovis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"O this is money talk gary on the line gary is in clovis california hella gary thanks for holding what's up hi bob thanks for taking the call i was thinking about your portfolio three which which i have pretty much mimicked getting close to retirement so you you harvest the dividends and any capital gains and if you're short the four percent then you do sell shares so every time you sell shares you have fewer shares so next time the dividends coming up you're being paid on less shares so you you could your ended up trading selling equity or or gains in your shares to provide income so is that how it works am i missing something you're missing something very very important in model three which is has interest you did not mention interest you mentioned dividends and capital gains but you also get interest you get the interest from the fixed income holding so you take the interest the dividends and the capital gains which vary year to year if you need anything additional you can liquidate shares.

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Trump goes big against China

24 Hour News

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Trump goes big against China

"Doing limit sixty customer coach selection varies by store ap radio news i'm ed donahue president trump is taking aim at china with tariffs on nearly fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports they charge us we charge them the same thing it's gotta be that's not the way it is for many many years for many decades it has not been that way and i will say the people when negotiating with smilingly they really agree with us i really believe they cannot believe they've gotten away with this for so long the order of the president signed today also punishes beijing for stealing american technology and pressuring us companies to hand it over china is already warning it will take all necessary measures to defend itself the president was also asked about the russia investigation counsel robert thank you working with an all that noise the president said he would like to testify the deadline is midnight tomorrow to get a budget deal done or the government runs out of money the house signed a spending bill white house budget director mick mulvaney says the bill is not perfect but that's okay all things considered in the balance the president supports the bill looks for signing before the before the funding appropriations by midnight tomorrow night passage is not a sure thing in the senate the house bill doesn't temporarily extend protections against deportation for young dreamer immigrants outgoing secretary of state rex tillerson said goodbye today at the state department enclosing i'd like to ask that of you undertake to ensure one act of kindness each day towards another person this can be a very meanspirited town tillerson was fired by president trump the powerful storm hitting california has caused widespread street flooding in places like fresno and clovis flood warnings are in effect from sacramento to los angeles so far there's been no repeat of massive into a massive debris flow that struck the santa barbara county community of montecito back in january this is ap radio news.

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"clovis" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on KPCC

"That the clovis the genome of the clovis right that's what what is this there's a tell you about the lineage of the closure so we only have one clovis genome and that is because there is really only one clovis burial that were aware of of a human individual and fortunately i didn't do that work but another lab was able to recover a genome from that individual who is now known as the anzac child and what that genome tells us is really remarkable that there were native americans the ancestors of contemporary native americans look genetic lee similar the clovis peoples were the ancestors of all living native americans today and that we can look if you look at the complete genome we can actually detects genetic structure in native american populations that tell us something about how they people the continent and it's really a remarkable find and it really changed the way that we understand the discipline today so i'm just a good clear they are the ancestors of native american absolutely and this is not something that was surprising to any geneticist who works in the field but there were a number of sort of turn it if ideas about the ancestry of indigenous americans and the clovis genome really put all of them to rest i think and now we've heard news reports and research and finds that there were perhaps groups of people in the americas even before the clovis what's your feelings about them so it's been really well established archaeologically on genetically that there were people here prior to the clovis culture but they too where the ancestors of indigenous native americans so we see very irrefutable evidence that all native americans are descended from the earliest indigenous peoples of the.

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"clovis" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"clovis" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Behave lgbt behavior we with his first name clovis sam clovis he said so we're being asked to provide constitutional protections for behavior a choice the behavior as opposed to a primary characteristic stain your oh my he's full heroes anders yours your are martin he is like here's jorge are martin like terribly being by the way also in a parallel universe is that if abac lincoln mitterrand's is about yeah parallels i mean that didn't really happen oh drag is that ice and fired walking zombies by the way i i was a little bit sad that you weren't on this this i'm always that an honor i have so much fun on eight so fight but i i kind of wish you've been on this week because there were so many jokes i felt like it was made for a thirty year old woman this episode and i just feel like you would have had a lot to say about a certain kind of woman oh sure you know she loses a pat she falls in over the sensitive guy for wind now down the ageold story the ageold story that's like when i was stating harry hamlet was the same story before renna came out yeah our depends so he said follow the logic if you engage in a particular behavour behavior but also becomes protected if we protect lgbt behavior what other behaviors are we going to protect their we're going to protect pedophilia are we going to protect poly amorous marriage relationships are we going to protect people wet fetishes what's a logical extension of this it can't be that we're gonna protect lgbt and then we'll put up pull up the ladder that's not going to happen it defies logic we're not thinking the consequences of these decisions through then he also a radio show yes and then he also said i don't think my opinions extreme i think it's a logical extension of thought and if you cannot thought this is my favorite if you cannot follow the logic that you are denying you're denial.

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