20 Burst results for "Cortines"
"cortines" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"In fact you know what speaking of new york i wanted. I want to congratulate one thing. While we wait for dave granich they announced yesterday the finalists in the thoroughbred employee awards. And i won't go through the finalist now. But i will congratulate nick harris who all of you have come to saratoga. You've seen working tirelessly every waking hour. Nick harris for the chaplaincy and the back stretch team and nick was named the thoroughbred industry community award winner. And you couldn't. I mean there's there are nick carresses on every backstretch but for those of us that know neck and have ever done. Anything with them You know how deserving of this and. We'll get nick on As a as they get closer to the to the presentations in october but the other the other six categories have three nominees. Each how we should also acknowledge that diana pinellas From the maryland thoroughbred horsemen's association. She was the runner up in that in that singular award industry community award and congratulations to her as well and Mrs redocking awards and new york The needs e award which became a a polling of much. Like the george. Woolf award to sean parker another outstanding another outstanding selection so really. It's nice when when people That that an particularly on the work side on the backstretch side. Where there's acknowledgements i think. That's why everybody so enjoys the an appreciates the you know. The best turned out awards. And and the circumstances when the different tracks where you know they'll they'll name the groom there. There should be more of that without a doubt and We're just waiting on david for a second and we'll we'll We'll they up for a second day credit now though. I'm here very big day david. Good morning morning steve. How are you today. you know. We're we're going to plow through this and We got we got a big contest. The head Anxious though for thoughts. On on the travers card and circumstances there david and on that topic it feels like there's some increasing concern about You know with with andy sideline and so forth and others having to go through cova cortines and such is there anything to impart on that front. Not that. I'm aware of. I checked in on all the rumors about no fans next week. And i'm told that that's just Bad bad rumor So that's not as far as anything else regarding it. I don't have much to tell you. No fans no. That's not going to happen. we're gonna be moving fan. I appreciate that. And that was something that Specifically had been you know kind of murmur the murmurs from the rafters. Before we talk travers. A quick thought about today's showcase guard. And i happen to think that this could work up here as well as it works. Downstate maybe it's the division You know the albany. The fleet indian. They're not really great races. I guess it's somewhat interesting. The facts have Staffer and clincher in the In the mix there you know in albany fight I you know i i. I don't know i. I like American revolution in albany. And i really don't have an opinion on the yawkey depending on the Lead indian Tours looks like the right one. But i i. I'm not sure that wins again. They pay grade. She'd like to turn. I think they started ross. Grants turns and You know she was third day. She shows from grit winning the van. Going to mile guess. She proved that she wants to mile but If i were trying to be choppered civilian air for the irish south. I would say other than that. I don't have that the lakrodi scraping from the Peaking the anti or colleague nine before the bat earlier in the week five field it's just fister legacy there. But i don't know tonight they'd have i. I think it works..
"cortines" Discussed on Radio 22: Who's Next
"It's supposed to change a lot of people know they can't they can't accept that but music is not a dangerous pose status saying that's why i mean people can make the same song about the same topic okay be expressed so many different ways so like what. Got a really bad review. Who and like by. I would say my age generation. You know the the later thirties. Like oh my god but Wa band review of well. We're we listened to adina howard freak like me a back once my pussy mccray like about the same shoes to say dear. When i was growing up. I had the little kim poster where she was crouching tiger that on my wall. What's the house different different. L. elevated sound is more catchy change with the date just catchier and that's about it. It's just a different generation is still the same shames music. Somebody sent me a song in one immediate. Listen to we see wasn't new it to me. Nothing sitting in the house borne house. Boy cortines describes we still still covy. That is celtics allowed to be coded into nothing sitting in the house watching. Grandbabies granted is hannah late. Then make us. I'll be busy alamos every single day like every day shuna videos now money. yeah Camera gaza also videos any shoe. Anthony terminal no. I think they both might be gone. But who but they making moves somebody. I know people here who shoo video..
Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly
"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general
"cortines" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I just got to keep on that. None should be like. Look, this is great for the ticker. Okay? What do you do for fries at home, though, Because fries It's very different like wouldn't go there. You know you go to in and out. You go to the habit. You go toe. Super duper. You could get fries. But if if you're doing this home made do you have Ah, You have a fried you like is there store that makes when you like. Um, yeah, It's called Amanda. She makes awesome Christ home made from scratch. Yeah, that's fancy. Good. That's next level. Yeah, I know It's weird. I mean, that's what that's what Cortines done, though. You know, in the boy. Oh, pandemic is we've gotten better cookie. We've learned some things we've We've gained some weight, and we've learned some things. All right. Last one, fill out your perfect entree salad. Who entree salad. You know what, you honestly I'm gonna I'm gonna say this, uh, spaghetti factory. 1000 Island on the garden salad that they have both. Oh, for whatever reason, like they're they're 1000 Island at the Spaghetti factory was like or is like Coke at McDonald's for controversial statement that you're making right now. Like 1000 Island, for me is for burgers. I don't I don't know about that. Just me like I like. That's how I grew up. I love Adam. It's $1000 a tally in If you want to go Italian, we'll go look. Uh, I Big chop salad fan too. So I mean, yes. Yep. Yep. There's there's so many ways we can go. God. Yeah, if you went entree salad. Yeah. Gotta have bacon on there. Oh, yeah, Bacon. I mean that zit given I love that. I can't Italian. I can't stop you on Jalen hurts, but I can stop you on salad. Because, like there's so many different types of sounds, and you could go with it just like trying to figure out all right. Well with with John Tray, like Are we going with a salad with the chicken tenders? You could. I mean, that's the thing. You're pro athlete. Let's try and play for the tie. Yeah, you're you're pro athletes. I've seen that before. Back in my waiting tables, Days way back in college. The pro athlete would come in and order an entree salad, and then they'd be like, Okay, now I'm ready to order like I thought she already did. Order. No, no, no. No. Now, now we're gonna have my social you go. You go, you know, in from the game. To the food room. Put your two burgers underneath the salad and walk through the clubhouse with a salad wink wink. And say, Guys, Look at me. I'm just eating a salad. No, you have two burgers under there, dude. All right. I was when he was with the angels. I was down there. That was a belly brother. Doubt that thing. Got big. We had video of it, too, is amazing Way. Just watch. No, no, Gus. Always good to talk to you. Hey. Merry Christmas, Bob. To the into the entire family. Yeah. How about how about the nor'easter coming tomorrow, guys, boy? Yeah, I've never been in one. Uh, we're We don't know what to do. Yeah. So don't ask me a lot of snow coming. Yeah, I don't I don't know what to tell you. Just, uh, stay inside and click on Amazon and everything will be okay. Just hang with him, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Do your thing, man. All right, great to everybody. Hi, fellas. Who's Haris? Yeah, absolutely there. Get that in there on the way out the door. Kevin Franzen joining us tonight. Whole lot of fun. Good stuff from him. It's the mark. Will it show can be our candy RFM San Francisco these sports later, much still to do. What is today check of the National date calendar is coming up next, plus also want to get to this. There's a cool look their mock drafts everywhere. But there's one in particular that stood out to me based on a claim it was making and how many quarterbacks could end up going in the top 10? Well, the 40 Niners being the top 10? I don't know, but if they are And they do want a quarterback. Where do you have to be in order to get one? Let's dive into that coming up next mark, whether with you on the sports later. Let's.
"cortines" Discussed on KCRW
"One writer who saw me when I say me? I do mean me, but I also mean people like me to me is a muse. Mike, can you talk a little bit more about this Syriza of plays of people for people who aren't familiar with his work? What was he trying to do? With with by creating a play for each decade of the black experience in the 20th century. I mean, I think he was just trying to give a glimpse into each decade of what it was like when it looked like and felt like toe maneuver. The world is a person of color in a person that's marginalized. In each different play kind of spoke to the times and the progression or lack thereof that existed But it always gave us something that was kind of like a bell tower for what it was like. To kind of live in those times and George. Oh, how did you first hear about this competition that is very lucky to go to school in downtown near the Mark Taper. Which is where they hold the L A regionals. So I first heard about the competition when a couple of people Then a couple years above me in high school had On the competition. You know, I I was asked to come and I was invited and I was blown away. You know, I talk about there being a presence in that room. I can't explain to this day, but it was powerful. And I remember telling myself that the following year I was going to audition. And you were sitting at the Ramon C. Cortines School, a visual and performing arts in L, A. And in the in the drama Program there? Yes, I was. And so had you had a lot of training before you decided to enter the competition. I did not have very much serious training. I grew up. You know, in south L A and Um, I joined one of my teachers. When I was in first grade asked me to join, you know this theater program that was right down the street. And so I joined that. And at the beginning, it was kind of just like an after school program that my parents would drop me off at and you know why. That's when I really was introduced the theater, But I don't think it wasn't too high school and really, until the artist was among our competition. Did I really, you know, see myself doing this as a living and seeing myself seeing that, you know, real power, the theater Do you think that really immersing yourself? In August Wilson's work and in his Characters and the characters. Studies did that change the way that you Look at the world outside of the theater, like Do you look at people differently? No, absolutely I when I began the others wholesome monologue competition. I always say that walking out of the competition I learned so much not only from August Wilson, but the character that he wrote. From King Hedley. The second he taught me that. You know that I'm worthy and I'm capable of anything that I set my mind to and that I don't have to reach that word for anyone's approval. I don't have to reach outward. You know, for someone to look at me and tell me that I'm worthy because I have it. All of it. I have all of it inside of me. And the way that August, Wilson wrote. These characters he wrote about, you know, everyday people that we don't normally get to here. Especially in the media and his work really values. You know the beauty in those lives you know from from fences, for example, he wrote about the garbage truck, man, you know, and some people can look at him and look the other way. But after reading August Wilson after doing this competition, I can look at him and say Wow, No, that's beautiful. That's honorable, you know, and that's a story worth being told. I want to also play another clip of you. And this is where you are actually performing your monologue, and it's from King Hedley. And, uh, This play was written I think this is about the Reagan era. Right? So this would be the eighties. I'm not sure exactly when he wrote it. But here here is you performing a part of your monologue If a burglar broke into a white man's house to steal his TV and the white man shoot him, they don't say he wrong. Alone understand that.
"cortines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm alongside Rachel. The rates of your building yesterday about was about two o'clock or so when the news came out that Governor Mike DeWine had tested positive for the sake of any of our bosses, they're listening. Yes. You're here shall never leave here. I saw you. Yeah, so obviously look and everyone went in like holy cow, and I'm sitting there thinking My God. If Mike DeWine, who safe to say is not going to bars, not going to clubs, not going to Sturgis or any other bike rally's, um, and from from people I've talked to, literally he talks like he's in contact with for people like me. Yeah, Yeah, exactly. In other words, that might you are the female Mike DeWine. I am Yes. I'd like to think they'd be the same thing. If you got it. We go. The hell How Khun Rachel, Possibly I go out of my way not to see people. He's the same way and yes, it would be equally is shocking, But I mean, I just think that some people are more comfortable. Kind of, you know, going about their lives in the current state of things doing that, And so, Mike and I We're of those people. And so when it happens, you're you're really shook by the fact that it could happen to somebody is lame is us well, but but I think myself and a lot of folks said God. I mean, First of all, obviously you're wishing he's okay and all that. I mean, great man, you know and want him to be safe. I mean, especially being at his age at 74 but I think a lot of folks said Here is how how reliable is this test? How can this possibly be if this guy is he's got all the safety protocols around. He's wearing the mask is doing all that He's sitting outside, you know, with with nobody but his wife on the porch and all that. How can you get it? And of course, it turns out that Late last night that I took a second test and it was native and you patrol the interwebs theater webs went crazy. Yes, they did clean myself a man so that I might have seen what was the threat of tweets that, uh, there's a couple of stream of consciousness. We'll look and and he took another test. I guess today This was a PCR test that's been used his words 1.6 million times and hospitals and labs all over the state. Unquote, um Again came out naked. And I guess he's going to take another one. Um Ananta Jin. Testing is going to another one tomorrow. So I guess three negative test is what we're looking for. But of course, it brings up the point. What is really and what is not now, But here's the difference between your average person. Mike DeWine, the rest of us who had taken that negative test said 14 days Cortines. Sorry, boss. I got Ah, yeah, we have special quarantine like actual quarantine. Sick time. That doesn't count against your other sick time here. I want to got a second test, but that man he's working for the people is scared enough. So good for him. I wanted on it. It's funny. You say that because I've talked to folks who are around younger people have kids and their younger and all that and essentially That are going to get tested. Praying to God that they get it right. So they are are just that They get the positive test so they can go home and don't have to go to work and lot of look, There's been countless examples of folks that no judgment here, right? I understand, But there's been countless examples of folks that have been in line to get tests, but they waits too long, so they leave and then they get a call that there's a positive test. There's been Davidson Matt Davidson of the Reds Day after opening day he tests positive and then he had, like two or three consecutive negative tests, and I still had to miss like five days. Lead. Tio send cell and new stock is also missing a couple days while they were tested because they just didn't feel well and protocol says to negative test 24 hours apart before you can even come to the ballpark, right, But of course, raises the question. How do you Go to a business. How do you go to a bar? Okay, that had now has to shut down basically a 10 o'clock and say you've got to do this and which is going to probably ruin you and you'll be done And the reason we're making this decision is based upon these positive cova take cases. Okay, A k a positive test. How can you help you do that? How can you do that when there's no reliability, reliability factor, and I know where I was, and he you know, the governor said today that the test given in Ohio they're actually very accurate. Everyone. The media is just kind of going along with it. But yeah, and there's a bit on the flip side of that. You have a lot of scientists saying that the asymptomatic and people that I had it earlier, then March. They do believe that, you know, Cove. It was in the states earlier than March there finding deaths in California all the way back in January, close to December that there might have been a lot more people infected a lot more people that had the virus didn't know they had it. They were walking around and they do have an advise and they never took the test. They don't know. So you have those people. They're out there. Or those people there are still out there. They're asymptomatic. They aren't getting tested but might be spreading it versus the people. They're false positives, So it's just kind of a wash either way, right, But I think you just illustrated the insanity, which is there's so much we don't know and somebody when did it come? Who has the antibodies who doesn't have the anybody's user who has a positive test? Which one's real? Which one's not? But meanwhile, we're making major life decisions that are affecting people's lives that will never come back from And the data isn't hard data is not that accurate enough. But it would not be smart to just say Look until we get a Siri's of tests or a testing method that is, you know is there were has been shown to be very, very reliable up to 99%. We're not going to be basing life decisions and shutting things down and opening things up in choosing this business of that business when we have no real I mean, it also could be, is there if there's a purpose? Positive their service and false negatives people that probably felt bad when I got a test and, you know, help. Nate came out negative. My cash don't feel negative. I feel kind of like I got something While you're fine. They went back to work, and they spread it so it could go both ways. It's just tough toe. Again when you're playing with people's lives with a test that some reliable that's a tough one. I think the three magic words are class action lawsuit. Yeah, That's what it's about, because you know everybody from even in government is concerned about being held responsible if they are not strict enough, right. So that's what you're dealing with Europe against people that don't want to be held liable and has nothing to do with what's right for business is what's right for the public. It's all about not being liable, and that's what we're seeing in sports to s O, You know, it's really loses the human element. And that's hard because that's what we're used to looking at it from that angle from that perspective has nothing to do with that. It has to do with not being responsible. 513749 £7000.718 to 100 big if you wanna weigh in, and I agree with that, and I think it's It's not even that because I've we've had lawyers on any night had lawyers on the show, and they've said Look, It's pretty hard to prove. Hey, I got Covitz at Ohio State University in a classroom and it was because you guys opened up because you could make the case where you could have got it anywhere, but Still in the quarter of public opinion. It doesn't not very word and and it only takes one loss right? It only it only takes one loss of some major institution that has to pay out..
Trump was warned in January of Covid-19's devastating impact, memos reveal
"That warnings were sent to president trump and his inner circle early on about the possibility of a covert nineteen pandemic it's not known if trump saw the memos but others who said they did say they don't believe the messenger that would be white house economic adviser Peter Navarro we occasionally heard from him in task force briefings he's well known China hawk who had an eye on the outbreak there both the new York times an axial so reporting he sent the first note to the National Security Council at the end of January calling for an immediate ban on travel from China after the virus exploded there the other memo one month later was written to the president himself it was headlined there's an increasing probability of a full blown cover nineteen pandemic that could infect as many as one hundred million Americans with the loss of life of as many as one to two million souls a day after Navarro wrote that president trump tweeted the corona virus was very much under control and the stock market was looking good Margaret Talev broke the story for Axios where she's White House and politics editor and Margaret we know the president is now saying he felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic but he didn't acknowledge the possible number of deaths until very recently what are your sources saying is it conceivable that such a warning February would be withheld from the president yeah I mean these are all the questions that we want to get to the heart of and thanks for the opportunity to talk about the story these two memos are extraordinary in their detail not just Peter Navarro's estimates but some of his recommendations in the subsequent memo in late February not just for the sort of money and stimulus funding that seems like shockingly high numbers at the time by two but in addition to that the idea of the sort of specificity for personal protective equipment request that he was suggesting for for health care workers for secondary workers a billion face masks two hundred thousand tied back suits eleven thousand ventilator circuits now so on and so forth these very detailed recommendations and he made clear that these are our scenarios based on modeling that it could end up being nothing being something akin to a flu and then if it was it would cost several billions worth of dollars but that if it wasn't if it was a pandemic the cost would be in the trillions and the loss of lives would be astronomical and mark or gonna be looking at this all day of course but tell us more about the response back then well what we know about the response is that we don't even know about the details of these memos Intel yesterday and so the way it was received inside the White House and our understanding is that this went to several officials internally but was not discussed externally was that there were very many advisers to the president who just sort of thought well it's Peter Navarro like he's he wants a ban on you know travel from China or he wants to be tough on China vis a vis his ongoing role in the trade talks and that there just were many people who did not either did not take his his concerns seriously or thought in balance the likelihood of them happening against the massive economic fallout was you know two two unlikely to to proceed in that sort of alarmist pace but we also think there were many inside the White House to work concern about this including some inside the National Security Council and I expect that's where you can see this conversation go in the coming days by the way the president himself really sent mixed signals on the one hand he seems to be taking some appeared of ours pushes seriously he did proceed with that trying to travel beyond he did perceive with it nothing sort of these Cortines but nothing publicly another death toll certainly market telephone house in politics editor for excuses we said we'll keep looking at this thank you
Millions will die, Trump administration was warned in coronavirus memos sent in January and February
"Were sent to president trump and his inner circle early on about the possibility of a covert nineteen pandemic it's not known if trump saw the memos but others who said they did say they don't believe the messenger that would be white house economic adviser Peter Navarro we occasionally heard from him in task force briefings he's well known China hawk who had an eye on the outbreak there both the new York times an axial so reporting he sent the first note to the National Security Council at the end of January calling for an immediate ban on travel from China after the virus exploded there the other memo one month later was written to the president himself it was headlined there's an increasing probability of a full blown cover nineteen pandemic that could infect as many as one hundred million Americans with the loss of life of as many as one to two million souls a day after Navarro wrote that president trump tweeted the corona virus was very much under control and the stock market was looking good Margaret Talev broke the story for Axios where she's White House and politics editor and Margaret we know the president is now saying he felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic but he didn't acknowledge the possible number of deaths until very recently what are your sources saying is it conceivable that such a warning February would be withheld from the president yeah I mean these are all the questions that we want to get to the heart of and thanks for the opportunity to talk about the story these two memos are extraordinary in their detail not just Peter Navarro's estimates but some of his recommendations in the subsequent memo in late February not just for the sort of money and stimulus funding that seems like shockingly high numbers at the time by two but in addition to that the idea of the sort of specificity for personal protective equipment request that he was suggesting for for health care workers for secondary workers a billion face masks two hundred thousand tied back suits eleven thousand ventilator circuits now so on and so forth these very detailed recommendations and he made clear that these are our scenarios based on modeling that it could end up being nothing being something akin to a flu and then if it was it would cost several billions worth of dollars but that if it wasn't if it was a pandemic the cost would be in the trillions and the loss of lives would be astronomical and mark or gonna be looking at this all day of course but tell us more about the response back then well what we know about the response is that we don't even know about the details of these memos Intel yesterday and so the way it was received inside the White House and our understanding is that this went to several officials internally but was not discussed externally was that there were very many advisers to the president who just sort of thought well it's Peter Navarro like he's he wants a ban on you know travel from China or he wants to be tough on China vis a vis his ongoing role in the trade talks and that there just were many people who did not either did not take his his concerns seriously or thought in balance the likelihood of them happening against the massive economic fallout was you know two two unlikely to to proceed in that sort of alarmist pace but we also think there were many inside the White House to work concern about this including some inside the National Security Council and I expect that's where you can see this conversation go in the coming days by the way the president himself really sent mixed signals on the one hand he seems to be taking some appeared of ours pushes seriously he did proceed with that trying to travel beyond he did perceive with it nothing sort of these Cortines but nothing publicly
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"I'm Terry Alden or a cruise ship turned away by four Asian governments due to fears over a new strain of coronavirus is now anchored off Cambodia Christina Kirby is among the twenty two hundred passengers and crew members on the western dam now being charged not the vacation that I said but if it's a life changing experience another cruise ship the diamond princess remains quarantined off Yokohama Japan here's ABC's Maggie real everyone wants to know when can these passengers get off this ship Cortines said to end of February nineteenth but officials have said they could extend that deadline for certain people if needed people are not taking any chances with a cluster of viruses like the CDC's confirmed a fourteenth U. S. case of the virus in California we're hearing from a former US ambassador to Ukraine for the first time since she testified the house impeachment inquiry and retired from the foreign service reserve on average believes the state department is in trouble senior leaders lacked policy vision moral clarity and leadership skills the policy process has been replaced by decisions emanating from the top with little discussion vacancies at all levels go unfilled and officers are increasingly wondering whether it is safe to express concerns about policy even behind closed doors Ivanovic she was recalled by president trump received an award tonight from Georgetown University early voting begins tomorrow in North Carolina one of fourteen states holding primaries on super Tuesday Gary Sims is director of the weight County Board of election that is a great opportunity for us to maximize you know people's schedules when they can get out there the fallout meanwhile continues in the Iowa caucuses the state democratic chair Troy price resigned today the one security council endorsing a fifty five point road map to end the war in Libya your listening to ABC news there.
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"But because of my we're going to end the the fire site that portion of the evening and turn our attention to these students have six students who has questions the the justices taking today and so I'm gonna go ahead and bring their students into the conversation and let's we'll hear from them in the interest of time maybe about three minutes for questions and three I wouldn't know the moderator is law professors who's that Malvo but you know there is a little over she's been radio programming from Thursday and we'll go to dinner we're in between dinner a boy all right so we do have six the students were really excited about so I'm gonna ask I'll leave here to come up first please right right okay so Lee is a thirty year old law student editor in chief of the law review and a member of the national Cortines Leah please please join us in just a moment thank you so much for traveling to Colorado law in his opinion on direct TV you justice Bryer noted that the fact that the controlling case conception was closely divided had no bearing on the undisputed obligation that impose as precedent so what effect if any does the court's unanimity or lack there of having the weight that we afford precedent I don't think it has much effect I mean you know when we decide something's unanimously we decide something is eight one seven two six three five to four in the end the court is the court and the court reaches a judgment and that judgments needs to be respected except in the unusual circumstances when when people decide that it's appropriate to overrule precedent but but whether it's nine zero five to four I don't think makes much of a difference the court speech at the court as the court regardless of the vote maybe there's a different analysis for for highly fractured opinions of the court you know if there really isn't a majority at all and the justices of split every which way in one opinion ends up as controlling baby there's a different analysis for that I'm not even I'm not even quite sure of that but five to four nine two zero I think the rules of sorry decisis operate in the same way king may I have thank you so much ma'am Jose Ramon Garcia Madrid Jose.
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"Three five two and it looks like Natalie is cranking up our blog here for your benefit and bulls here's what straight with Natalie a qualia Natalie I think one I'm here guys play in rock paper and scissors before a flight yeah its whole areas I think it's the guys out here that help the planes get in and out and stuff like that yeah there was some funny stuff lately Dan saying rock paper scissors are they gonna have like a dance routine soon like I'm I don't know what's going on I've seen guys do that when a flight about three or four times over the years yeah there they enjoy it you know I like entertaining the passengers there when they're coming in they're at in their own flair personality to the to their job yeah it's great I'd rather than make sure I get up in the air seemingly going to be under well they don't when you're coming in fantastic get me to where I need to go get me to my gate the bags on near the gate and then they start entertaining yeah great and then when I'm waiting for twenty minutes a baggage claim although who whose fault it is what you want to take a baggage out of the plane while it's moving toward the gate I don't need you guys having entertainment fund and playing rock prizes or the giant joint I like to see him do that and have fun anyway as the other thing I'm going to check is owning a love hotel in Japan yeah this is weird there's us some hotels in Japan that you can have a lot of like a lot of fun yeah I know what you want to do you could be a couple you could be by yourself but it's actually reasonably priced of Cortines.
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"Light. So magic mushrooms who knew that they would become a thing now in twenty nineteen presentative or Causey. Oh, Cortes of New York filed legislation on Friday. The US house of representatives to make it easier for researchers to study the therapeutic and medical benefits of some of these psychedelic drugs, such as magic mushrooms, as there seems to be some kind of national shift taking place right now in attitudes towards the substances. So they're working on an appropriations, Bill and Alexandria or Cossio Cortines wants to end a writer that always prohibits federal money being spent on quote any activity that promotes legalization of any drug or other substances in schedule one that's part of the controlled substances act, and she thinks that this is providing kind of a stigma on an hurdle to researching some of these drugs that could have some benefits a lot of these drugs these substances like mushroom. Peyote peyote. No, of course, they've been used for a long, long time, and they got kind of popular in the counterculture back in the sixties. And seventies, that's the nineteen hundreds for those of you who are younger, and they were made illegal and put on these, these lists of banned substances. But the things you know, seems to be changing now because there's a lot of research going on at universities. And they think that some of these substances can really be helpful in treating mental health issues and addiction, a Johns Hopkins University. They recommended that Silla cyber which is the active ingredient in what they call the magic mushrooms. The researchers. There have asked that recommended that this be reclassified for medical use. And they say that it helps people with post traumatic stress syndrome and depression and anxiety, and it can even help people stop smoking. Now, I don't know how that works. You know, is just that it blocks out impulses. It doesn't just make you so high that you don't wanna smoke or having Zayed's, what happens when the drug whereas author, a lot of questions that need to be explained. But right now, you know, they're saying this is a game changer for treating mental health illnesses. And so now it's happening. Is that you've got an effort underway in some parts of the country to decriminalize the magic mushroom back in may voters in Denver passed a measure, and it makes personally use, and possession of Silla Sivan, mushrooms, if you're twenty one years of age or older, it makes it legal. And of course, last Tuesday, the Oakland city council passed a resolution to decriminalize mushrooms, we're going to get more on that now from Jim Roope in California. Jim, Michael, such as the call for decriminalize. Nature decriminalizing all psychedelic plants notice engines from Silla Sivan, mushrooms to Abobo to cacti in more. The Oakland city council's public safety committee has approved an ordinance that would decriminalize all of it, the motive treating mental illness addiction, even aiding those on hospice care. Anesthesiologist melody Hayes says a works without harm these plants and medications are all already widely in use highly safe. They are nontoxic highly efficacious problem is they are schedule one drugs, and therefore illegal, which means patients can't get Lille access to them. This ordinance like the one in Denver would put enforcement of these natural drugs low on the priority list, making access and use a bit easier. Dr Gary Kono underscores the idea that these are not harmful in any way, not a single one of our fungi and plants 'cause addiction, there is risk. But more people die from taking. Chelsea's for their social media than from all Anthea jen's combined the risk. He's talking about comes in what environment a person uses them a person should not drive while taking a natural psychedelic substance or anything else that could cause them and, or others harm other than that he says, he advocate, Oakland to just grow whatever they want in their own gardens without fear of arrest with no middleman. No doctor's prescription would no need for a dispensary. That's where the line is drawn for committee, member calcium, and Lauren Taylor. It's a matter of how we deploy it. And how we ensure that it's not something that our kids becomes the fad, and it's something that's being essentially used in schools. How do we manage the use of the substance in when we're not driving? Or when we're not doing things that could put us at danger or put some folks vulnerable, the ordinance passed out of the committee heads to the full council for consideration. It is important. Again to note that. Anthea Jin's, psychedelic plants fungi are still quite illegal in the eyes of the federal government, Michael. All right. Thanks, jim. Rupe reporting for us from California this morning. And I was mentioning that big appropriations Bill, where Representative Kazuyo Cortez was trying to get an amendment pass their to allow research, into easier research into magic mushrooms. Also in that same appropriations Bill. Congressman Lou Korea democrat from California wants to prevent the department of education from denying federal funding to any university, or college that permits, the use, or possession of medical marijuana in states, where it has been legalized. So again, you have a situation where the federal law says these things are illegal, but got some members of congress saying, well, if the state has allowed the use of medical marijuana than we can't. Let the department of education, deny funding to any university or college that permits, the use of medical marijuana. So that's what we'd like to hear about this morning. If you would be so kind as to. Give us a call at eight hundred seven three six three six six and tell us is this good idea should we start looking into these things that could.
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"Dollars. Great. How can you have anymore really close because mo- kind of organizes everything now, so but still fit close, and you know, really? It was the ball on his property. He could put a house just for suits. You know what I should do too? I should I should support this out there. You know, pharmacist is no if you have a form tax break, you have to have at least five acres, right? And then you gotta gross. You got a gold. You have a goat. But I'm a Finnish disease could make some beer that's not bad for hickory something that's endangered. If you grow that, you pharmacists, and people say you take advantage of the tax in New Jersey. We need all the help. We can get. So I should I actually do that as opposed to building. Another Kaisei wasn't on the hell pumpkins make a little pumpkin. Frank, President Trump? He one of his properties. I think in New Jersey has five goats for that very reason you you gotta go and demanded buddy. Who did he put the goats on and state visited him Frankie five boroughs? The state came out like the stop-go and goes goes, oh, would let's see these this great for exactly. Raising an animal. This is the state discounted the deform assessment, they're so desperate for money. Now, they need your state of because they're spending early are. They're giving free legal for everybody. A, you know, a after care or whatever take time off or whatever and guess who's paying for it. It'll go acting. They're taxing the middle class. And by the way, I love how he owned up to New Jersey transit screw up. Oh, yeah. This is completely on us. We need to learn from this lesson and the best is the reporter when I was listening to the stories, then governor Murphy was at wrestlemainia. He didn't take the train, of course, don't security. Why would he have to out your point? And Frankie could you? When we come back. I need representatives not the men themselves. Josh guideline Representative and congressman Peter King Representative and I'm going to start an initial meeting on how to get money for that gateway project. Phil Murphy coming at you do respect, and I made the call, and this is exactly what we need to create revenue, and when you can't do something. My Josh gone Heimer is doing congressman got Heimer and congressman king doing for the good of the people. Let's try to help out with what can bring somebody in phone call. I'm trying I'm trying on somebody's trying just do congestion pricing. Let's let's let's tax. Let's get free legal advice to illegal aliens come on. Could you help us out a little bit? I'm just has Jersey City mayor Steven Fulop or the governor war Gerber. Great wall come out about the guy who is an illegal alien who killed. Jogger in Jersey City. Haven't heard a word for many of them heard about about. You're right help ice. Teas will join us. You're right on the money out, low veteran Republican strategist Bill Cortines, and he is live from Tel Aviv. We'll be talking about the Benjamin Netanyahu Isreaeli election today. At Cox is the chairman of the New York state Republican party. He'll be with us. Mike Gallagher are man he's on ten of five. We'll give us a preview of what's ties it great, compassionate conservative. Mike Gallagher top of his game. Doing such a great job for Salem media. And Michael join us in the eight o'clock hour Colonel Douglas McGregor. Retired US army Colonel we're gonna talk about this Afghan these Afghan war debts. Should we get out? What can we do to stop this? Do you do it? I do drop another mother of all bomb kaffa give me turn. I get. So so hawkish when I see military kill turning into San man. That's what I'm saying Frankie Fibro system pull out just get out. We have no reason to be there. Eight seven seven nine seven oh twenty nine hundred I cats some Bob Holden, representing parts of queens as you talk about the opposition around the city to made about these homeless shelter. Walkway another homeless guy. Just don't close right to the nights hotel at homeless per want sleeping. And you don't know if they're mentally if you so bad, they gotta get hold of this problem here too blah's you and touch food for the poor this they're doing some great things. Donald exactly what he's doing helping those around the world and such a great way they six twenty. Let's go to Susie surround cheese in for w aim on.
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"Let it go with that. Introduced I witness noted for the record. This Elizabeth eighteen is a co director of the Brennan center for Justice liberty and national security program is the author of numerous articles and reports regarding national security and civil liberties she's also the author of an extensive piece Jamie February issue of the Atlantic titled what the president could do if he declares a state of emergency before coming to the Brennan center. Cortines served as counsel to Senator Russ Feingold, then the chairman of the constitution subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary committee, and as a trial attorney in the federal programs branch of the civil division department of Justice this Gordon received her d from Yale Law School and clerked for the honorable Michael Daly Hawkins on the US court of appeals for the night circuit. She received a in history from Yale and a masters of music degree in oboe performance from the Juilliard school. Welcome. We would like to hear your testimony here. Five minutes to give us. Kevin Cohen ranking member Johnson and members of the committee. Thank you for this opportunity to testify on behalf of the Brennan center for Justice, President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build a wall along the southern border is an unprecedented abuse of emergency powers. It present declared this emergency for the stated purpose of getting around congress which had repeatedly refused his requests for funding to build the wall. No other president has used emergency powers in that way. Emergency powers are not meant as an end run around congress. There simply stand by authorities that congress has passed in advance recognizing that crew crises often unfolds too quickly for congress to respond in the moment, they're akin to advance medical directive where a person specifies what action doctor can take in an extreme situation where the patient might not be able to make her wishes. A president using emergency powers to thwart the will of congress in a situation where congress has had ample time to express that will is like a doctor relying on it advanced directive to deny life saving treatment to a patient who is conscious and clearly asking to be saved. Congress passed the nineteen sorry. Congress passed the national emergencies act in one thousand nine hundred ninety six to try to prevent abuses of emergency powers. The law provided that states of emergency would expire after a year unless congress renewed them, I'm sorry, unless the president renewed them it allowed congress to terminate states of emergency without the president's signature using so-called legislative veto and it required. Congress.
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