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"dacca" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Pat Say what's up to fire nation and the interesting about yourself that most people don't know how you doing fire nation I, , have I had obsessive compulsive disorder my entire life I didn't know until I was twenty five and it is so amazing to look back and see how many of my blessings came from my difficulties and though I wouldn't wish something like that on anybody. . It's actually shaped me and provided me with opportunities that I didn't have. . So I guess I would just say sometimes, , the challenges are actually blessings in disguise. . Well, I , love the you share Dacca's is actually kind of themed today done. . Now over twenty six, , hundred interviews ends nobody's ever shared that specifically for the first twenty, , seven hundred except the person I interviewed two days ago like literally. . He's like I can't leave the house if I think a light might be on. . Sundays, , go back into the house and just like check every room just in case there never delight on he's like but I still have to go check it out. So . that's really Yeah, , for sure <hes>. . You've ever seen the show by the way HBO. . No I'm familiar with it but I haven't seen it. . They do a Lotta Great. . In a row like three or four in a row or the main character actually like is really dealing with some difficult OCD and that kind of stuff and it's really awesome. . But kind of bringing that to the mainstream and showing how that can. . Affect you be it's like it's not that uncommon just a reality that a lot of people have to deal with. So . very cool stuff all the way around and fire nation as you heard in the intro talked about some really cool things when we're talking about your working genius. . So Pat, you've , created a lot of awesome things what exactly is a working genius your most recent creation here it's a god given gift or talent that people have that gives them energy and joy and that they're really good at which they're meant to use in the course of getting things done not everybody has all the working geniuses. . No nobody does their. Six . of these things and two of them are something you love two of them are something you really hate, , and there's too many people in the world that are doing the wrong things and wondering why they're not happy or successful. . When you figure out what you're working geniuses are and you're working frustrations, , it can change your career and Change Your Life Financially I hope you're listening close because I hope you next question's going to be, which , is what are these types and I want you that'd be sitting there fire nation and identifying the two that you love the to the you hates it'll be very fascinating won't be getting into some. More . details and specifics around that. . So Pat, , take it away. . What are the types? ? The first type of working genius is one that people don't even recognize as a genius. . It's called the the gift or the genius of wonder, , and these are people that can sit and ponder things for a long time and they and they contemplate and they think about is there something missing here? ? Could this be better whether it's is? ? Is Our product really the right one our customers happy. . Is there a better way to do this as their potential here? ? That's that we're not realizing and people who can sit in that and ponder are genius in the. . Sense that every organization needs them. . I was just with an executive team of a multibillion-dollar software company and they didn't have any executives on their team that had the genius wonder and and at first they were kind of skeptical and then when we went through their business, , they realized nobody ever pondered what was missing at their company and what their customers were going through and the CFO said, , if we don't sit and ponder more were never going to be able to come up with a new product, , we're never gonna see what's missing and so the genius of wonder is the first one and it's really important in any venture in any activity. . But it's not enough. . You know it's one thing that to realize that something's missing or something's wrong or something could be better. . But somebody asked to come up with a solution and this is the second genius, , which is the genius of invention, , but genius invention is. . People who like to come up with something new original novel out of nothing to solve problems whether it's a product or an approach or an idea or concept. . Some people are just naturally gifted and they love creating new ideas. . That doesn't mean they came up with the need, , but they love to solve the problem. . So the genius of wonder need somebody with the genius of invention and a lot of entrepreneurs have this but it's not the only genius because not everything that somebody with the genius of invention comes up with is actually good. . They need somebody with the third genius, , which is the genius of discernment. . Genius of discernment is. . Instinct and intuition and judgement. . The kind of people that know how to curate an assassin idea or a product, , and they just know whether it's good or not, , and they know how to tweak things are they know how to evaluate things and they push back on the inventor and they do an iterative process and making it better or they say, , Hey, , I've seen this before I think and this is a bad idea and they save the inventor from doing the wrong thing. . We actually presented the stuff to one of the. . Most. . Innovative companies in America and the guy in charge of innovation said we come up with inventions and we just throw him against the wall and hope they stick. . We have totally missed out on the genius of discernment and as a result, , a lot of things failed that they could have caught earlier or tweaked and act, , and they're gonNA try to change the way they're organized to make those things work.
What is Your Working Genius? with Pat Lencioni
"Pat Say what's up to fire nation and the interesting about yourself that most people don't know how you doing fire nation I, have I had obsessive compulsive disorder my entire life I didn't know until I was twenty five and it is so amazing to look back and see how many of my blessings came from my difficulties and though I wouldn't wish something like that on anybody. It's actually shaped me and provided me with opportunities that I didn't have. So I guess I would just say sometimes, the challenges are actually blessings in disguise. Well, I love the you share Dacca's is actually kind of themed today done. Now over twenty six, hundred interviews ends nobody's ever shared that specifically for the first twenty, seven hundred except the person I interviewed two days ago like literally. He's like I can't leave the house if I think a light might be on. Sundays, go back into the house and just like check every room just in case there never delight on he's like but I still have to go check it out. So that's really Yeah, for sure You've ever seen the show by the way HBO. No I'm familiar with it but I haven't seen it. They do a Lotta Great. In a row like three or four in a row or the main character actually like is really dealing with some difficult OCD and that kind of stuff and it's really awesome. But kind of bringing that to the mainstream and showing how that can. Affect you be it's like it's not that uncommon just a reality that a lot of people have to deal with. So very cool stuff all the way around and fire nation as you heard in the intro talked about some really cool things when we're talking about your working genius. So Pat, you've created a lot of awesome things what exactly is a working genius your most recent creation here it's a god given gift or talent that people have that gives them energy and joy and that they're really good at which they're meant to use in the course of getting things done not everybody has all the working geniuses. No nobody does their. Six of these things and two of them are something you love two of them are something you really hate, and there's too many people in the world that are doing the wrong things and wondering why they're not happy or successful. When you figure out what you're working geniuses are and you're working frustrations, it can change your career and Change Your Life Financially I hope you're listening close because I hope you next question's going to be, which is what are these types and I want you that'd be sitting there fire nation and identifying the two that you love the to the you hates it'll be very fascinating won't be getting into some. More details and specifics around that. So Pat, take it away. What are the types? The first type of working genius is one that people don't even recognize as a genius. It's called the the gift or the genius of wonder, and these are people that can sit and ponder things for a long time and they and they contemplate and they think about is there something missing here? Could this be better whether it's is? Is Our product really the right one our customers happy. Is there a better way to do this as their potential here? That's that we're not realizing and people who can sit in that and ponder are genius in the. Sense that every organization needs them. I was just with an executive team of a multibillion-dollar software company and they didn't have any executives on their team that had the genius wonder and and at first they were kind of skeptical and then when we went through their business, they realized nobody ever pondered what was missing at their company and what their customers were going through and the CFO said, if we don't sit and ponder more were never going to be able to come up with a new product, we're never gonna see what's missing and so the genius of wonder is the first one and it's really important in any venture in any activity. But it's not enough. You know it's one thing that to realize that something's missing or something's wrong or something could be better. But somebody asked to come up with a solution and this is the second genius, which is the genius of invention, but genius invention is. People who like to come up with something new original novel out of nothing to solve problems whether it's a product or an approach or an idea or concept. Some people are just naturally gifted and they love creating new ideas. That doesn't mean they came up with the need, but they love to solve the problem. So the genius of wonder need somebody with the genius of invention and a lot of entrepreneurs have this but it's not the only genius because not everything that somebody with the genius of invention comes up with is actually good. They need somebody with the third genius, which is the genius of discernment. Genius of discernment is. Instinct and intuition and judgement. The kind of people that know how to curate an assassin idea or a product, and they just know whether it's good or not, and they know how to tweak things are they know how to evaluate things and they push back on the inventor and they do an iterative process and making it better or they say, Hey, I've seen this before I think and this is a bad idea and they save the inventor from doing the wrong thing. We actually presented the stuff to one of the. Most. Innovative companies in America and the guy in charge of innovation said we come up with inventions and we just throw him against the wall and hope they stick. We have totally missed out on the genius of discernment and as a result, a lot of things failed that they could have caught earlier or tweaked and act, and they're gonNA try to change the way they're organized to make those things work.
Frustrated with fallout from his weekend gathering, Cowboys QB Dak Prescott clarifies, says fewer than 10 people were at house
"Back to us. Dak Prescott held a social gathering over the weekend. No social gatherings right now. I don't care you know if you it under ten overs over ten just Nixon. Everyone else is eating the poop right now. You do too Mr quarterback anyway. He held a party. And Zeke Elliott was also there and Dacca's upset because he thinks it's been blown out of proportion by the media and by idiots like me saying it wasn't more than ten people it wasn't out of control it wasn't a ranger But Steven Jones says Tuesday in an interview with the fan in Dallas that he talked to both Prescott and Elliott about not conducting gatherings while most of the country remains under quarantine. Here's what Stephen Jones had to say Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then do press got released a statement. Where do you come down on this March attack? Angry with them furious furious. I think two things Jane slater followed up to report that some of the images that showed the swanky bizarre looking party center was actually a a local restaurant called Nick and Sam's that she's been to and they actually took their own photos of the spread. They sent to Jack on with all these things in general. It's like if if someone were to from a PR angle examine what I did from age. Twenty to twenty eight. It would be a horrific story for the nation to follow along in general. Let's try to stay. Let's just like not get in our own way while the entire country is gripped by the biggest Health Related News. Story of our lifetime and your deck. Prescott and Zeke Elliott hanging around eating lamb wings or whatever it is eating. It's just why this wings when they don't know what was on the menu. I might be right. I have to stop. Lamps brings to stop going to my neighbor's front yard every day at five o'clock and sitting eight feet across from each other here. You're sitting across from each other not having a party inside your house with all having dinner at the same table. He said less than fewer than ten people right. I mean it's hard to keep track of the rules and get a handle on severity when the messages so mixed from layers at the national state and Cable News Levels. Dr Ci Telling People that Hate. Take a swing on tinder if you need to. He basically said it on that podcast. We mentioned if you're if you're willing to take the risk. Go down the Tinder Avenue. She said shoot. Your shot is basically what he said. So it's a dangerous time in the Corinthian because this is kind of a screw it time. Meaning some of my like. I'm sick of this screw. It like I am tired of doing this. I'M GONNA have my friends over. I've been doing this for weeks. It's tired and I WANNA see my girlfriend. Whatever IT MAY BE. It's sort of the screw it period and I think maybe that's what that got into my question. Why is Dak hosting anything? He shouldn't be hosting a heap. That means he has to pay for food and drink and everything. There's like six different people on the cowboys. That should be hosting party. Zeke should be hosting the Marcus. Jalen all of those guys who have been paid I picture. Dak and his front door charging twenty dollars a Solo Cup to come in. He's the last guy who should be hosting. They should be hosting him. It's not the end of the world but it's also west like days after he's out working out with Dez Bryant and everyone's got their arms around each other and at some point. Yeah you're young and you make mistakes again. It's not the end of the world. But you're also like an example for everyone tracking Dak Prescott in the state of Texas and like if it's cool that he's just going out like basically living his life as normally does and other people think that they can't do
Former VA pathologist charged in deaths of 3 veterans
"A doctor who was fired from an Arkansas veterans hospital for being drunk on duty has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of three patients CBS news correspondent Jim Priscilla reports former Veterans Affairs pathologist Dr Robert levy is accused of making false and misleading diagnoses involving three patients US attorney Dacca keys for two of those patients he returned to their medical records and falsely entered that a second pathologist had reviewed agreed with his first diagnoses outside pathshala just review thirty four thousand cases handled by Levi and far more than three thousand errors or missed diagnoses dating back to two thousand
Arkansas, Dr Robert Levy And Levi discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Radio he'd been fired from a veterans hospital in Arkansas for being drunk on the job now the doctors charged in the deaths of three patients former Veterans Affairs pathologist Dr Robert levy is accused of making false and misleading diagnoses involving three patients US attorney Dacca keys for two of those patients he returned to their medical records and falsely entered that a second pathologist had reviewed agreed with his first diagnosis outside pathshala just review thirty four thousand cases handled by Levi and far more than three thousand errors or missed diagnoses dating back to two thousand and five Jim chrysalis CBS news at
Arkansas veterans hospital doctor charged in deaths of three patients
"Goal a doctor who was fired from an Arkansas veterans hospital for being drunk on duty has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of three patients former Veterans Affairs pathologist Dr Robert levy is like used to making false and misleading diagnoses involving three patients US attorney Dacca keys for two of those patients he returned to their medical records and falsely entered that a second part biologist had reviewed I agree with his first diagnoses outside pathshala just review thirty four thousand cases handled by Levi and far more than three thousand errors or missed diagnoses dating back to two thousand
Aleksandr Kogan: The link between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook
"I wanna start this episode by telling you just the very beginning of a story. I recently heard about a guy named Alex Cogan born in nineteen eighty six into a Jewish family in the Soviet Union. After the collapse in nineteen ninety one. The government loses control and Jews or even less safe than before Alex's dad's starts getting death threats. So he up and moves his entire family four generations of Cogan 's to New York City. In nineteen Ninety-four, Alex enters first grade in Brooklyn public school, he's conspicuous way taller than the other kids. He speaks no English. He's also got a talent for math and science. Once his teachers can understand him. They think he has the makings of gifted physicist. Life's not hard for him. But as he grows up he begins to see that. It isn't always easy for everybody else. Six months after they arrived in the United States. His great grandmother had jumped from their apartment window to her death. His parents the loves of each other's lives. Split up Alex cries every night until they get back together. He enters high school in one of his close friends attempt suicide another becomes clinically depressed. Alex begins to read psychology. He's a math and science kid, but he's getting more and more curious about human nature. And the first time I met him. And I really remember very distinctly because he almost always wore these giant basketball shorts. No matter what the weather is terribly dressed like a lot of Berkeley undergrads, and you know, basketball shoes that's decker Kellner the psychologist at the university of California. Berkeley who runs something called the greater good science center, where they study human emotion. We heard from him in episode one. Alex Cogan was a shambolic six foot four inch freshman back in two thousand and five when he knocked on daggers office door instead he'd like for decker to teach him. Emotions fascinated him. It come to cal- to study physics. But he'd been thinking about love about the distinction between loving and being loved. He wanted to study it the way it study a quark and now came in. He said, you know, I have seven kinds of love that I'm gonna put people into like. Wow, that's interesting. And there are twelve variations of I forgot what the other factor was that are set of conditions that he wanted create and there were eighty four different conditions in his study. So he's gonna study seven different kinds of love. And he's going gonna stay all these different variables that would would maybe predict right? The force of the love power of the low. Exactly. So he's about to make love more complicated than it's ever been. So sounds like right. He was going to confound our understanding of love decker talks Alex out of that idea. But this kid is so smart and original and full of energy. So decker takes him in. And it isn't long before Alex's finding things to do that. No one else is doing for instance, the thing that he does after they discover a gene it's associated with human kindness, and Alex did this cool paper where he showed if you present videotapes of people who have that, gene. Or this variant of gene that makes them kind. And I am an observer. And I see one of those people for twenty seconds on video. I trust them. Right. I'm like this guy. I go to battle with this guy ride. I trust this guy by the time Alex graduates from cal- he's established himself as the most promising student in the entire psychology department, and the most unusual just this big sweet natured guy with a serious talent for math and statistics and desire to study huge questions like what is love when he left and he so unconventional, Michael. He coulda gone to any graduate program in the country, and he chooses the university of Hong. On what? Because he met this woman or got engaged fell in love. Yeah. Fell in love but decker and Alex stay in touch. They collaborate on a few papers. They're both interested in big questions about human nature at the same time. Social media has started to create a new way to study those questions. In late two thousand twelve Facebook invites decker to visit and asks him to create a bunch of new emojis ones that better convey actual emotions when Dacca sees would Facebook knows about its users. He's blown away. This could be the greatest data source it will ever exist. And it would help us answer questions from the scientific perspective. Like, how does disease spread in some neighborhoods, but not others what predicts heart attacks where does hate crime, whereas it likely to happen, right? That was all tractable the data. The had meanwhile, Alex had moved to England to teach a Cambridge University. He was still researching the same stuff the positive emotions, and he too was saying possibilities in the new social media data, and I was at Facebook doing my consulting work. And I saw there. What are you doing here? And he's everywhere, you know, like, I'm working on this other project, and he told me about it. Alex Cogan told decker that he wanted to use Facebook to study things like love and happiness, for example. You might be able to take a fairly small sample of data say the likes of ten thousand Facebook users to make discoveries about those emotions in entire countries. The math was complicated enough the decker himself didn't fully understand it. He then forgot all about it until one day a year or so later when Alex Cogan called him up. He calls me after Trump's elected. And he says, I think I've done something that was part of this election as like, okay? Well, let's stock. What is it? And he said I created this mechanism that was purchased and used in the Trump campaign. Here's word of the actually it had some effect or that he'd be perceived heads affect I don't think he made that distinction. I just think he thought out now Alex Cogan sense that he might have a problem. He just had no idea how big it was going to be.
Senegal's president Macky Sall seeks 2nd term
"Senegal's president macky Sal is counting on the success of his economic record to propel him to win a second term in Sunday's elections. Sal boasted he will win in the first round without a runoff vote though. Some critics say the two biggest threats to his reelection were barred from running. So who was elected in two thousand twelve is running as the builder of Multan Senegal one billboard notes, the two hundred and twenty one kilometers of roads created in his first term a away gleaming international airport is opened under his watch that eventually will be connected to Dacca by high-speed train it a fifty nine year old. Former prime minister resign is his biggest challenger who says too many Senegalese remain mired in poverty despite those gains as a staple west African democracy. Senegal has long been praised for its peaceful transfer of power a rarity in a region better known for its history of coups and.
"dacca" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"It's Red Eye Radio. He is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye okay? So to get to the point of what you brought up, you know, about if there was a deal done by the end of January. What would be in the deal? Let me bring this up. All right. So you're thinking about possible compromises New York Times. And the president didn't argue with it said that the president had already. Agreed. This was about a week ago to two point five billion. Well, what if what if the two point five billion is basically the total which is one point three for border security and only one point two for the wall. With the president go for that. And would the Democrats go for that? But what would the Democrats ask in? Forgiving that to the president even one point two billion for the wall. What would they ask in return with the Democrats actually asked to solve docket completely and make them citizens and take that off the table for twenty twenty when they believe they can use that as a hammer against the president. What would they actually why would the Democrats wished to make a deal with the president? Even if it was only something for one point two billion would get you a couple of maybe one hundred miles of a wall. Look, the they're not because beyond this. They're not going to get anything done that they want with the president. It's it's not going to happen because they only have the house. So why not save everything up? You don't have. If you're taking those things off the table. Now. Even the one thing of Dacca, you're not gonna have anything in twenty twenty. You want the big package to be basically the whole thing because in terms of issues. We asked earlier what are the Democrats want the rank and file want politically what could the Democratic Party get away with? In in terms of offering something up medic. Immigration care for all Medicare for all for one point two billion for the wall. Right. But if it were if we're speaking to. Then then you're going to save that for the big play in twenty twenty right? And you don't even have to you don't even have to promise anything. Because even if they don't get it done. It doesn't matter if they say what we'll do is we'll work for this. And we'll help these people will have these people. It's it's not going to because we've we've had a discussion over the years comprehensive immigration reform. Will agree to secure the border? They won't. In order to alternately in exchange for getting people long term legal status or even citizenship. Well. You can you can generalize all day on something like that and get away with it during the political season. The details. You know, that's where the devil lives. You're going to have to get down to brass tacks. But the debates none of the debate season will revolve around that all you have to do.
Warren calls criminal justice system "racist" from "front to back"
"The Ronkonkoma line have. The latest. For you live all signs pointing to North Korea. Not, giving up their nuclear weapons development a response, to some. Words from our secretary of. State coming this. Morning a group of big lottery winners say they'll be keeping their day jobs in sports the Mets Jacob degrom the first pitcher. In one hundred. And two years with a losing record an ERA under to, gain seventy six light rain Saturday the, fourth of August, good morning I'm Cheryl Simone, WCBS news time six, thirty one well the Long Island railroad's pushed to install positive train control ultimately. It's a good thing it's an improvement but before that it's going to affect a lot. Of you and it's going to affect, you, all month Let's, go live to our Steve burns he's at Penn station with some details especially. For those poor folks on. The run. Conga malign Steve Cheryl it's going to be brutal over there you know ferrall song happy was just. Playing over the year and I I just had to myself. There, aren't too many people with unbridled enthusiasm after. What l. are throwing at them this weekend the Ronkonkoma branch as you said it's going to. Be hit the hardest this weekend there, will be no trains between Ronkonkoma and. Hicksville from this morning into the early morning hours Monday he'll be replacing, trains with buses and get an idea of just how bad this might get for, you well, road is. Suggesting you add an extra forty five minutes of travel time if you're going again between Ronkonkoma and Bill that is, for the. Double track project you're. Adding miles. Of new track along by branch. To hopefully some. Flexibility, there some other changes for you this weekend, Washington branch. Trains will be cut in. Half and every. Half hour every hour miss morning until noon most of the day tomorrow as well for positive train control Testing System again is a transponder system that's designed to slow down a speeding train or or stop a train that's gone through a red signal L. a. double arc as admitted it's behind on installing that, the federal government that deadline for the end of, the year for an extension but either way they're still working on it in the meantime, and this coming week changeable hit just about. Everybody widespread changes in the words of artificial coming. To the Ronkonkoma branch Babylon far Rockaway court Jeff branches, for that doubles type project again so not too much good news to report Cheryl if you're on the New Jersey transit riders Service changes as well All right that's Steve burns taken out some changes for l. a. double our riders will. Check, back with him. Again Stefan gonna impact if you. Travel on the weekends WCBS CBS news time six thirty three A new u. n. report says North, Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs and continues to violate u. n. sanctions CBS. News military analyst Mike Lyons is not surprised Koreans are not going to be able to unlearn their nuclear capability and, they will, likely end up keeping a portion of it to be used for industrial purposes what's important for the United. States is. They don't have the capability to weaponize it or deliver it June summit Singapore North Korea's Kim Jong. Own, made a big. Commitment to the president that he. Would d- nuclear is the Korean peninsula A secretary of state Mike Pompeo is warning Russia China, and others against any violation of international sanctions on North Korea and, then the north Korean Foreign Minister shooting back against violating. International sanctions on North Korea saying, recent moves by the United States are alarming the foreign minister saying the US is raising its, voice louder, for maintaining. The sanctions against North Korea. Instead of continuing with that spirit of that meeting in Singapore now palm peyot says Washington's definitely gonna take seriously any action that reduces pressure on the north Pompeo. Oso also spoke with me and Mars foreign minister during his visit to Singapore asked him to release two Reuters journalists, who are, being held on charges of having a secret documents Pompeii tweeted the pair being held for doing their job WCBS news time six thirty four Some seven hundred thousand young people. Are, part of the DACA program, students soldiers nurses and more well, they've been targeted the current administration but a federal judge said enough, is enough US District Judge John Bates ruling the administration must fully restore the DACA program judge Bates giving the administration until August twenty. Third to appeal CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum is now the third court that has ordered the Trump administration to restart renewals, of those who had already been approved for Dacca but this decision from judge Bates strikes a much deeper blow because if the judge's order goes into effect on August twenty third the government. Will then be required to, accept new, applications from. Those who satisfy Dacca's eligibility requirements nationwide injunctions earlier this year applied only to renewal requests for Dacca recipients commonly known as dreamers WCBS CBS news time six thirty five Massachusetts. Senator Elizabeth Warren says the US criminal Justice system is racist Brenta. Back, the potential candidate for president, in twenty twenty made the remarks, at a historically black university in New Orleans During a q. and a. with Congressional Black caucus chair Cedric Richmond Warren has mostly white political base in Massachusetts but. Black voters wheeled heavy influence. In choosing the future democratic presidential candidates it is six thirty six now we're always. Going to be on the radio at eight hundred eighty AM canal the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app Ready to become insanely.
How many jobs does $8 Billion bring to NYS?
"That are promising to return record amounts to their shareholders nike rising the most on record after reporting results the stock advances were tempered earlier by reports that president trump wants to withdraw from the world trade organization those treasury secretary walk that report back sources are telling bloomberg that prime minister justin trudeau will mark canada's one hundred fifty first birthday to sunday by imposing tariffs on about twelve point six billion dollars worth of us imports it's a response to american levies on canadian steel in aluminum the tariffs on us goods could a broad swath from steel and aluminum to whiskey mustard and toilet paper and tesla mad scramble to meet a selfimposed production deadline a rate of about five thousand electric cars per week by the end of june is of course coming to an end the quarter concludes tomorrow chief executive officer ilan mosque was even seen personally torquing bolts on an assembly line the dell right now up two hundred twenty seven s and p five hundred up eighteen that has dacca up fifty one points beneficial bank philadelphia index for bloomberg.
"dacca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The status of dacca recipients lawmakers from scotland walked out of parliament today in a brexit related protest npr's debbie elliott reports the move comes as debate is underway on the british government's blueprint for leaving the eu the pro independence scottish national party wants more debate on brexit matters that will affect scotland party leader ian blackford says the country's voices not being heard people this is by this parliament he refused to sit down after his demand for an emergency debate was denied and was thrown out of the chamber by the speaker of parliament all the right honorable gentleman withdraw immediately from the house other lawmakers from the scottish national party left with him in what critics say was a pre planned stunt scotland voted to remain in the eu during the brexit referendum debbie elliott npr news london the federal reserve has raised its benchmark interest rates for the second time this year today's action after a twoday meeting fed policymakers was expected and it puts the federal funds rate between one and three quarters percent and two percent wall street was lower by the closing bell the dow down one hundred nineteen points at twenty five thousand two hundred one the nasdaq down eight points at seventy six ninety five the sp five hundred down eleven at twenty seven seventy five this is npr news from washington and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new york city's public housing residents won't be allowed to smoke inside their apartments starting at the end of next month at a meeting about the policy yesterday resident philoxenia or said she became convinced the band made sense after hearing about the health benefits at said about smoking in the house i was thinking nobody could tell you what to do but it's for your own benefit in anything that's gonna help you it's alright the meeting at the soundview houses in the bronx was one of several held to discuss the new rule and hook smokers up with resources to quit authority officials say they'll give verbal warnings to residents who violate the rule and escalate penalties from their hut is requiring all public housing systems around the country to adopt free policies by july thirty first the nypd is defending its use.
"dacca" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Demanding a floor vote in the house on on dacca as a standalone measure as i understand it and and would vote for it if if it for a vote this is unbelievable to me kelly because what president trump has down i think very very intelligently is he said dacca that's doable you know we we can do something on that as part of a package as part of a package so you want back a here's what i want you know let's negotiate and i think that was a great approach to take but it's completely undercut if republicans join with democrats in trying to enact dacca on a standalone basis yes this idea of discharge position petition discharge petition is extremely an extremely bad idea now ronald reagan one of my favorite presidents and i'm sure one of the favorites of of most of the people that are listening to the show today he he told ed rollins that one of his biggest regrets as president was granting amnesty and then trusting congress to deliver on border security we know what happened there we didn't get the border security but we got the amnesty and it's led to the problems that we see today we have to do this in the correct order we must secure the border i we must fund and build the wall not depend on some kind of esoteric trust fund ask anybody who's on social security what they think about the social security trust fund in the hands of politicians in washington dc we actually need to appropriate the money fund and build the wall before we start talking about a permanent solution for a population of people who are here illegally that was created by barack obama and his executive order as well as by the parents who broke our laws to bring their kids here so we we have to do it in the right order we are a country of law and order and it it is the right thing to do so that we don't don't risk destroying our country we're should listeners go if they want to support your campaign they can come to my website which is kelli ward dot com k e l l i w a r d dot com also join us on social media kelli ward as e we've got a lot of.
Trump rejects moderate immigration deal, wants 'whole package'
"Hill for immigration reform saying he wants a comprehensive package let's us know what he said this morning there's some legislation moving through so called moderates in the house to get daca backout their immigration going it's not coming from leadership as view mr president been watching this shape i have actually four different bills unless includes a wall and an i mean a wall real and unless includes very strong border security they'll be no approvals for me chain migration is terrible lotteries terrible we certainly would like to have it in we have to get rid of catch and release if a deal doesn't include those two things but has the wall and and daca is donald trump do that deal i think it's time to get the whole package it's such a big deal it's time to get the whole package so it's what is dacca me to new york city specifically when you look at it it means tens of thousands of young people who are part of our community and contribute to our community and should be allowed to stay in their own country this country effectively and what we're seeing all over this country is the american people have spoken they think the dreamers should stay they get it you brought here's a kid wasn't your choice you become part of our society i've talked a lot of these dreamers so many of them are tremendous gogetters and they're you know they wanna make an impact and the fact that they've lived their life kind of on the edge not knowing they could stay or not has i think brought out a lot of drive and purpose in them exactly kind of folks who wanna help make america something better so there's no question in my mind that the american people are ready to receive dreamers as a permanent part of our society let's get there but let's that speech long island yesterday that was painful it was i went over the transcript again because i literally couldn't believe it one point it's not about ms thirteen it's an attempt to paint latinos as danger to our country and say in new york city we reject that our police department rejects that we became the safest big.
"dacca" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"It's funny because you were saying you were saying i think yesterday was that you believe this this could go i mean was that on dacca was it on the travel ban that this could go greater than a five four i think it was on the travel yeah it's on the travel ban because it's it's a it's a slam dunk and i think you're going to have a few of the justices they don't care right but but as i said i think it could be more than five four means it could be a six three right okay good that's what you were saying stating that that because when when when she stated that that you know the courts really aren't equipped to make the decision on national security issues that shows that does show that she does understand the separation of powers that the executive branch exists the the main reason that the executive branch exists is to have that one person who was able to protect the country in an instant is commanded by the commander in chief now they direct the wars that were involved in but they also have that ability to make that instant decision for example what's an instant decision i can push the button without asking congress that's a pretty heavy decision so if the president can't do the travel ban can somebody in the left sue and say well look president trump camp push that button unless he gets a declaration of war from congress could the courts do that because if they can say he can't do a temporary travel ban to for the security the united states then the executive branch has no power to the united states terms of national defence there's there's really little power there would be left in that in that branch i mean there's just if the if.
"dacca" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The president said doc look the courts have ruled on on on daca for president obama he didn't have the authority to do it i'm telling congress to do their job he was viewed as a fascist there it was anything but a fascist because because he did it showed that he was respecting the three branches of government the separation of powers obama was chastise you don't have the authority to do this for dacca you don't have the authority to do this trump said i don't have the authority to do this congress at your job to do it sore ending it he's a fascist know anything but you might disagree with him on the issue but using the term fascist as as been used with trump consistently was intellectually one hundred eighty degrees in the opposite direction so when madeleine albright comes out and hints i'm going to call him a fascist but i'm gonna hint because she says if we think of fascism as a wound from the pa this is a quote if we think fascism as a as wound from the past that is almost healed putting trump in the white house was like ripping off that bandage and picking the scab and of quote how because you disagreed with him.
"dacca" Discussed on WDRC
"Again if you don't have a board on the country you can't just clear that i'm a person without a border and and expect the rest of the world just has to cave the whatever you say yes we can no you can't well they are they're they're doing it because we're letting them so on monday pueblo on theros posted a video with a caption the refugee caravan knocking down borders immigration agents abandoned the post when they saw us coming the people celebrate this first small victory they're moving their way through mexico locals are even helping provide supplies along the way so president trump said well we say and president trump probably realized you know when you've got ann coulter turning on you and coulter was the biggest cheerleader trump hats you wrote a book about in trump we trust she's out there saying hey trump is really blowing it trump is not doing the border wall like you said trump has moved away from the whole immigration thing that he was talking about at the beginning and he's ready to give all of these students and their parents citizenship now i don't know if he's going that far but she's right that he is definitely softened on what he said he was going to do and there's no wall now they're they're replacing some segments of the fence but they haven't sort of building a new wall and that last omnibus ridiculous spending budget they put through that doesn't have the wall in it so trump tweets out dacca's is dead vaca is of course for the socalled dreamers the kids who were brought here at younger ages some of them young some of them high schoolers and stayed doc is dead because the democrats didn't care act now everyone wants to get into the daca bandwagon no longer works must build wall and secure our borders would proper border legislation democrats want no borders hence drugs and crime but he said that before and then nothing's happened if you're trump supporter do you believe that he's going soft on this wall or this is all part of his three dimensional chess we hear so much about or is it that he's just.
"dacca" Discussed on WDRC
"Was a tax so it was the tax that was approved remember the whole thing were john roberts said well no it's not a penalty attacks and therefore the government can tax you for anything and therefore obamacare is legal with the tax gone the supreme court justification for obamacare is gone and so they're trying to get obamacare just the benefit portion of it wiped out and then they can handle it on you know on their own and come up with a whatever churns plans they wished to come up with that would not mandate everything that the obamacare insurance exchanges mandate has revived the idea this idea of offering a thirty month extension of dacca protection in exchange for twenty five billion for the trump order wall democrats demanded protections for broader pool of illegal immigrants then had signed up for dacca request denied by gop negotiator so at that point that's still not going further now at all to revisit the president the white house the administration asking for more taxpayer money for obamacare then they are the wall yes campaigned to repeal obamacare and build a wall asking for more money for obamacare than the wall just wanted to point that out you were putting on it.
"dacca" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You play you gotta figure out a way to mix and match those two guys to get them comfortable because you won't both of those bats in that lineup so whoever's going to d h one day we'll figure it out but i think that's a great problem asks the experts you gotta you gotta have one of those guys comfortable unless field because there there will come a time you're playing national league teams and you're not gonna be able to have a d h and you want of those bats in the lineup as much as you can so if judges the leftfielder great if stanton can do it in only one game where he lost the ball in the sun and misplayed one i think they kind of wrote them off pretty quickly if that's what they're doing richard i got two points on the on the draft coming up i all the running back l e elliott elliott did for dacca's rookie quarterback was huge and noone you cannot take away how barkley is one of those top five guys he definitely has the ability to take a team that doesn't have a great quarterback but actually expose maybe fake handle you know really expose defense taking it's gonna run run run so i think that guy you know the previous was totally off face and last but not least josh rosen will be picked by the giants i feel pretty confident that at a number two he's a young kid i don't think davis register guy but if if any of the three quarterbacks if we decide to keep two or even if we push down a four i still pay dad there i on josh rosen that's just me i would you take him over barkley barclays available i would only because could only get a quarterback you know wants to century and you know the kid he's a good kid he's got good good dna he'll sit a year or two behind eli and you'll produce something real you know whereas the barclay you gotta you gotta running back yes it's critical but you could throw guys in there as long as you got someone to build around i.
"dacca" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Border security the president went above and beyond what previous administrations have done and offered on that programme it's really sad that democrats are not willing to come to the table get something done and actually fix problems and do their job then of course that is one hundred percent truth what's your huckabee sanders is saying there but democrats are not coming to the table and not coming to the table for one very specific reason and that is they think that republicans lose decision no matter what they feel like either trump reinstates dacca illegally and overthrow zone promised gets blow back from his base or he leaves dacca it or he or he leaves dacca dead and he starts deporting people that's probably not what's going to happen here by the way because lindsey graham who is really soft on immigration he gives them political analysis here that is not completely wrong he says that if data ends and if all these dacca recipients are deported that is gonna be dead politically for republicans this is probably correct even if you disagree with him on the policy of it we did nothing and just in the daca did nothing else and one of these young people start doing deported that that or destroy the party so i don't think this even a viable option now trump knows that which is why the chances that he is going to start deporting millions of people are really really low raids the reason why trump is not going to do this again dacca is is not going to be reinstated not likely hood but trump is just not going to port these folks and that means they won't be able to get work permits it means that the atlantic lead they could be subject to future deportation but we all know that it's only a matter of time until somebody gives them amnesty it'll probably be trump it could be somebody after trump these folks will be given amnesty because no one has the political stones.
"dacca" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The the president wanted to talk really initially thai dacca uh to dhaka whatever you know a dhaka to uh border security and and so it's really the democrats that that brought in and wanted to use it uh and so the president as sort of i think in you know has over the last couple of weeks as sort of an embrace sat which is why he said look i'm only to shut down the government assuming the democrats were going to want a tide it again it's really the democrats were saying while we're really don't want a tie in immigration to the budget any make any more that's a separate debate to have and why they know they can't win it wa end and i've been saying for a while you know that the dacas really not a good uh the the bargaining chip uh because one way or the other there's not gonna be anything done i mean if the if the uh whether it's the the court cases move along or the uh deadline comes we know that the administration uh the department of homeland security has already said and she said this openly they're not going to prioritize dreamers they're not going to be he quartering anyone and i think democrats know that uh voters in fact a lot of the debate going back and forth on the budget according to a couple source is politico and the hill really there's not a lot of talk in terms of spending there's not a lot of talk on immigration so it seems the president's the only one holding the line which of course his his his line you know this is this is the uh the the one i guess if you think about any signature campaign promises that's that's the one so we'll see if they get anything done in and it anything comes out of it um and wang what the president can do about and and uh the the the house passed a you know basically stopgap measure that which fund uh uh defence for a a a year but the belief is if the senate comes to an agreement on a to your budget deal of that what the with the.
"dacca" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"So the wall came back in and we've had a discussion as to what that means whether you know what type of a bargaining chip dacca is uh every it's all pure speculation we know what is a bargaining chip but how recoes we're not sure of we also talked about the the judge's ruling and again the the judge's ruling a to basically say that the president a cannot uh put out an executive order to stop a dacca uh was the incorrect ruling to make of course he can it was an executive order by obama the next president can reverse any executive order the reasoning was so stupid from this judge when you could look at it and say okay here's another judge's ruling based on spite because what he said was is very simple here the national review covered it but what the judge basically said was donald trump said he wants to protect the dacca emigrants so he wants to come up with some type of solution his administration has set a deadline while his administration is going against with donald trump won so we're not going to let his administration do what they want to do seriously he actually wrote that donald trump tweeted this administration did this the tweet this is different than what the administration insane therefore i as the judges making the decision and also said that the reason that trump is doing it even though he is four it is as a bargaining chip and so he the judges and going to let donald trump do that not the judges roll another example of the f word in action the fascist word the fascist mindset which is not coming from donald trump side but it's coming from another liberal justice as it did again this justices sane i don't care about the separation of powers i don't care what the constitution says about the role and authority of the executive branch i will dictate to the executive branch what their job is who does that knowing the constitution of the united states somebody with the fascist mindset so another democrat supporter that has the fascist mindset not just based on some broad allegation but based on.
"dacca" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Really not going to have much of an impact especially if congress takes up dhaka and does something about daca than the the ruling as well a man want an end i was just you know going through reading a book called the national review the ludicrous ruling the trump can't and uh daca from a josh blackman who explained it so clearly and and said he you know and as the quotes from the judges hear from the judge and here's what he basically said well trump put out a tweet that he favours dacca and the administration came out and said no we're going to uh you know work we're going to eliminate a congress has to come up with something so the president really wants it even though was ministration dozen so they can't cancel it against the president's just tried to use this as as an an effort he east tried to use dacca in order to get the wall the judge actually wrote it now and and therefore since he's doing that i'm going to tell him what he has to do well no the and you're gonna tell him what his powers are right that that the president has the absolute right to say look i'd like to see this happen but only if this yes right otherwise otherwise dacca is not constitutional because congress didn't pass it oh if it's an executive order from the last president i can were send it i have the power to do it and the judge says no because you stated that you you you would like to keep it and therefore since you'd like to keep it you can't get rid of it the judge has no place in this decision if you want and this is very very important because we bring up the f word again because it's been you so much against donald trump this is a judge with the fascist mindset who says i don't care about the separation of powers of the constitution.
"dacca" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"We're at two or three years so that they could bring the gator gators in and and not used are killed tags use their own this is ridiculous stuff if you think about as one of the reasons i moved to heck away from there and so i call up the ha emergency line homeowners' association they said we got one we'll give it to you on monday was on the weekend and i was like that's not good enough because they said i need to have the tag to get the guy to take it away so anyway i called the d in are the department an edge well resources or whatever it was wildlife in game and i said what's the penalty for shoot and alligator and they said a thousand dollars and i got off the phone and i said to my wife i said the penalties a thousand dollars shoot a damn thing i'll pay had one shot boom and it was done but yeah that's unfortunately what happened to the tiger because when these wild beasts end up in the middle of your neighborhood threatening your animals and ultimately your children they gotta go i guess upstate more upstate georgia would get bears and every now that we've had a cup alligator's around here and they are far out of their territory sometimes you have to wonder if they're not brought here as as small little lizards and then they grow up to be these massive beast i hate hate those things lots of outrage trump on dacca of course trump is tweeted this morning if congress fails to act in six months i might rethink my decision so i i i don't know why he would do that you almost want a keep the hysteria going but i sense there's a new sheriff in town in the white house and it's not donald trump at this point i don't know if it's general kelly or kellyanne conway's got the kuhn is back in in her grips but since steve bannon has gone and since sean spicer has gone have you noticed the difference it also got sebastian gorka out of there have you noticed trump has been a little quieter now granted we've had hurricane harvey and he's had some i think a pretty good pr moment with that in terms of the federal response but if you noticed trump doesn't seem to be as bombastic i.
"dacca" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Officials said and dacca recipients of not at risk for deportation until march eight t the deep president trump set the program to expire if congress does not act to make it a law spokeswoman for us immigration and customs enforcement jennifer lease of said the agency is not able to speculate about potential future targeted enforcement accurate and in sports and major league baseball the yankees the orioles yesterday 9to1 washington over philadelphia ford or three tallarook with his world wind with the nationals the nationals lead in the national league east is now up to seventeen games with twenty one to play the cubs beat pittsburgh 82 john leicester back from injury getting to victory the mets over cincinnati 72 atlanta beat miami 65 cleveland over the white sox eleven to two cleveland now has won a team record fifteen games in a row minnesota four kansas city to san diego three st louis nothing in colorado beat the dodgers nine to one clayton kershaw takes the loss and the dodgers have now lost twelve of their last thirteen gains everybody's looking for a fun raced down the stretch of her baseball the american league wildcard race still very tight with twenty one games left removes teams there are seven teams fighting for the final two playoff spots currently the yankees and two wins though sponsored with the angels orioles rangel's raise royals all within striking distance and it's the final opportunity for any driver outside the top sixty to make the case for the nascar championship tomorrow night at richmond and if the retiring dale earnhardt jr once a final shot at a title he must win gather and the nfl kicked off his regular season last night in new england and things looked pretty good for the patriots as they were leaving kansas city in the fourth quarter four by the way they're one hundred three two at home with a fourthquarter lead but they didn't prepare for rookie karim hunt as he broke loose for one hundred forty eight yards rushing ninety yards receiving and three touchdowns the ts scored twenty one points in the final thirteen minutes for the forty two twenty seven victory good morning we've got more headlines coming up after.
"dacca" Discussed on KOIL
"Is fine or from a particular place is fine we should judge everyone individually if possible and given that a lot of these folks apparently than paying taxes would take social security numbers we should be able to determine who's been taking state welfare benefits who's been taking advantage of the system and who has not if you've been taken advantage of the system you should go but instead there's this insistence by people on the right and left that everyone this entire class be okay to now trump is one of those people and i remember i'm not i don't i don't have any shy was here in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen when president trump was yelling at jeb room jeb bush and he was saying gebru yudo beijing there were going to be if we don't have law if you don't enforce the law people then we just boat have country we have to do had matured remember this i was there so worry you the now trump is backtracking on dacca then president obama's executive amnesty and his basic threat now seems today that if congress doesn't enshrine obama's executive amnesty now he's saying six months from now he might back off of that and then do obama's executive amnesty again which makes no sense he says the reason it has to go is not because he opposes the policy it's because he thinks it's unconstitutional because it is conthe unconstitutional right obama doesn't have the power to simply grant work permits to people unilaterally that's one of the problems with this policy trump says that his big problem not the underlying policy about the dreamers but the the granting of work permits without any sort of legislative authority that's the big problem and then trump says but if congress doesn't fix this problem then maybe i'll just do what obama did we can't have it both ways either its unconstitutional or it's not unconstitutional it can't be unconstitutional right now and then six months.
"dacca" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Our that apart in a natural resources or whatever it was wildlife in game and i said what's the penalty for shooting an alligator and they said a thousand dollars and i got off the phone and i said to my wife i said the penalties a thousand dollars shoot damn thing alpay had one shot boom and it was done but yeah that's unfortunately what happened to the tiger because when these wild beasts end up in the middle of your neighborhood threatening your animals and ultimately your children they gotta go i guess upstate more upstate georgia would get bears and every now that we've had a couple of alligator's around here and they are far out of their territory sometimes you have to wonder if they're not brought here as as small little lizards and then they grow up to be these massive beast a hate hate those things lots of outrage trump on dacca of course trump is tweeted this morning if congress fails to act in six months i might rethink my decision so i i i don't know why he would do that you almost want to keep the hysteria going but i sense there's a new sheriff in town in the white house and it's not donald trump at this point i don't know if it's general kelly or kellyanne conway's got the kuhn is back in in her grips but since steve bannon has gone and sense sean spicer has gone have you noticed the difference it also got sebastian gorka outta there have you noticed trump has been a little quieter now granted we've had hurricane harvey and he's had some i think a pretty good pr moment with that in terms of the federal response but if you noticed trump doesn't seem to be as bombastic i mean he did they did throw out the tweets about kim jongil wound in north korea talking about you know almost to the point of saying a red line but not quite the throughout the tweet about shutting down economic relations in fact i've got audio on that in just a second where trump now the reaction to trump talking about stopping trade with any country who trade with north korea which would be mainly china so there's all of those kind of things but there are much more tempered tweets in the response in the media i.