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Dennis Prager Podcasts
"daily cove" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"That I wrote. They make up things. Okay, what is the next one? It's a very important that you realize what they do. Oh yes, here's another one. Carlos rivas. Of course, this is by Dennis prager, the guy that wrote twice about how marital rape is a test of love. Isn't that amazing? My line truth is not a left wing value is meant literally. When this guy wrote this, he didn't ask am I telling the truth. It doesn't matter to him. Is he telling the truth? Only matters can he smear me? That is all he thought. Even, why was it daily cos where was it? What was the big what's one of the big left wing sites? The one that said that I advocated marital rape. Was that you remember where it was? Fairly codes, yeah, daily codes, right. So that's what I wrote a two part column about ten years ago. About when a woman is not in the mood and I wrote, if you love your husband and he's a good man, don't let mood be the only thing that determines if you make love with him. That was my advice. It has helped vast numbers of couples because I don't believe in general mood to determine whether we do something productive. And it is productive for a marriage. And that was called marital rape, where the whole thing was, it's in her hands, whether they have sex or not. How could it be marital rape? Do you know that somebody in daily coves wrote actually? I don't agree with anything Dennis prager writes. One of their writers. But to accuse him of advocating marital rape, is just beyond the pale. This is what they do. This is what they always do. This is a lesson in leftism to see the tweets reacting. To my column. Yes. Let's see what else here. It's true. This is from Naomi L it's true, misogyny is the only bigotry that is still fully socially acceptable. Ironically, I'll tell you what the only bigotry that's socially acceptable. Believe me, misogyny is not socially acceptable. You know what socially acceptable attacking men attacking whites and attacking Christians. Those are the bigotries that are acceptable, believe me, very few people criticize women, very few. Because two, too few men and too few women have the courage to do so. Because everything I wrote is true..
"daily cove" Discussed on WCPT 820
"You over on Twitter, Joshua Benton is pointing out to approved Louisiana history textbooks for the 8th graders in that state. There are only two apparently. And at least according to this fellow who's tweeting to pointing this out. And Christopher Rees over on daily codes took that and did a little research and built it into a whole piece, welcome to 8th grade textbooks in Louisiana and the story of poor Kate stone for its Christopher. And then this is from the book So you're an 8th grade student in Louisiana. Imagine if you were a black 8th grade student in Louisiana. And this is your history book, right? And it tells the story of young Kate stone, right? A young woman who lives on a plan to a young white woman who lives on a plantation. Well, I'll just read you from the textbook. With more than a thousand acres and 150 slaves, the family's future seemed secure. However, in 1861, after Louisiana's secession from the United States in January and the beginning of the Civil War in April, the lives of everyone on the stone plantation chain. Now how did they change? Well, we ended slavery. Poor Kate. Right. What's this poor white girl who? Her family owns a 150 other human beings? Holds them in enslavement? What's she gonna do? Well, the textbook fills that in. They were able to reclaim their plantation. It was after the Civil War. But due to Emancipation parenthesis, the freeing of the slaves closed parentheses. They lost all of their property in slaves. It was actually the majority of the wealth that the south held was humans. Just let that sink in for a minute. It wasn't their buildings. It wasn't their land. It was the humans that they held in bondage in slavery. Back to the textbook. Kate stone's family, they were able to reclaim their plantation, but due to Emancipation, the freedom of the slaves lost all of their property in slaves. The family had to face the new reality of planting and harvesting their fields with freed people who Kate regretted young Kate. The girl who was the white girl who lives on the plantation. Who, Kate regretted, now demanded high wages. Oh my God. We're running a cotton plantation and we've got to pay our workers. This is a disaster. This is an 8th grade Louisiana history textbook, lamenting. The loss of slave labor, well, not to worry, Louisiana citizens. You still have slave labor. The Thirteenth Amendment did not end slave labor in the United States. It merely compartmentalized it. No, seriously, I'm not making this up. It's an absolute actual fact. In fact, let me find my little handy U.S. Constitution, and I will read to you the language of the Thirteenth Amendment, and here it is. This was ratified on December 6th, 1865, neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime. There of the party has been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States or any place subject to their jurisdiction. So slavery may not exist in the United States any longer after 1865. Except and thus, the largest, I believe, parchment is in Louisiana, the used to be a massive cotton plantation. It's now a massive prison. And there's still work in the cotton. Anyhow, back to the textbook. And poor Kate, it is, again, from Joshua Benton's tweet, Jay Benton, at J Benson. It is impossible to understand the years between 1820 and this is from the textbook between 1820 and 1860, without appreciating how the state's people shaped one another. Free and slave native born and immigrant, though louisianans did not always interact peacefully. They shaped one another's lives fortunes and cultures. Gee, you think? I mean, as a Christopher Reed's Reeves over at daily cove's ads a little punctuation here. Look at how great it was before they elected Lincoln and went after slavery. Damn it, things were going great. We just stole her heritage, made music of it and forced them to work for free and it was great. But that Civil War had impacted everyone's fortunes. Well, yeah, I mean, that was kind of the idea, wasn't it? Okay, so we've got that. And then we've got the legacy of that. This is from newsroom dot com. The story by Evan gastaldo, the headline he was lying on the couch when police burst in shot him dead. Johnny Lorenzo Bolton was lying with his eyes closed on an a couch on a couch in his apartment near Atlanta when police serving in narcotics search warrant, why do we even well, that's a whole nother thing. When police serving a narcotics search warrant burst through the front door with guns drawn and no warning, Bolton's stood up and at least one of the officers fired sending two bullets into Bolton's chest. The 49 year old black man died from his injuries. This is like the Breonna Taylor killing in Kentucky. It's just Bolton's relatives and their lawyers wanted to try to get information about the shooting from law enforcement before drawing attention to this killing. But frustrated in those efforts, the attorney sent a draft of a lawsuit to Cobb county officials in mid April, along with a letter threatening litigation. If county officials didn't provide more information and address accountability and compensation for Bolton's death. Bolton's sister Daphne in a recent interview with The Associated Press said for almost 6 months we gave them quiet. That lets me know that that's not what's going to get a response. So it's quiet doesn't get a response. She says, I want my brother's name to ring beside Breonna Taylor's. When they say Breonna Taylor, I want them to say, Breonna Taylor, and Johnny Lorenzo Bolton. I want them to be simultaneous. She also, by the way, once an end to no knock warrants. Yeah. Let's do that. Let's put a national end to no knock warrants. Finally, just in kind of bringing you up to date and catching you up on the state of affairs in America. Congress is looking into January 6th. As you know, this is the House oversight committee has been holding these hearings. And today, today they held a hearing with FBI director Chris ray and with two generals who were in The Pentagon.
Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"daily cove" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Olson's nephew matt posted a video on twitter. We're looking to the like new items. Which is bottled water. Baby supplies such as diapers and wipes as well as unopened cleaning supplies. Gallery furniture has also opened their doors for evacuees this wednesday just two days from now more than six hundred and fifty new state laws go into effect including one that requires texas to develop a statewide active shooter. Alert system k. e. r. as mallory falk reports. The new law was written in the wake of a two thousand nineteen mass shooting in odessa. That left seven people dead and dozens more injured during that shooting. Spree gunman drove around odessa. Firing random shots at passers-by afterward. Republican rep brooks. Landgraf kept hearing the same thing from his constituents. There should brooks. How can we didn't get an alert on our phones. You know this. This shooting lasted more than an hour. You know if we had gotten some sort of official communication or an alert maybe lives could have been saved. Landgraf worked with survivors and families of victims to craft house. Bill one. oh three now texans. Within fifty miles of an active shooter situation will receive a notification similar to an amber alert. The new law is known as the layla hernandez act named for the youngest victim of the shooting. I'm mallory falk. Meanwhile the texas jail population continues to rise during the corona virus. Pandemic news eighty eight seven camilo. Hannibal smith says the increase makes an already inundated jail system that much harder to keep safe. During the current surge advocates for texas and mates are worried that spikes and kobe. Nineteen infections will continue as the state. Jail population grows. The aclu has filed a lawsuit against dallas county jail over confinement conditions during the surge and savannah kumar with aclu of texas says. The state's standards commission is now keeping the lid on information about the number of inmates who test positive has stopped publishing their daily cove in nineteen jail reports which used to be a source of information. At least a basic level of information at the allowed the public to understand to at least some extent the scope of outbreaks in county jail. Who more says the jail systems in texas need to be held accountable for any covert nineteen hot spots that arise. Meanwhile state data shows an eight percent increase in the jail population across texas. I'm camilo hannibal smith in houston just a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. Forecasters are putting it. At twenty percent. Ninety eight degrees is projected high later. Today.
Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"daily cove" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Seven in houston. I met hair crews from houston will be part of the effort to help restore power in louisiana today today. The days ahead following hurricane ida making landfall more than two hundred workers from center point are heading to baton rouge this morning according to a statement yesterday by the company and as you heard on npr energy texas also says some of their workers from the houston area are already in lake. Charles and we'll be activated as soon as they are able now a few houston area. Businesses and nonprofits are also assisting with evacuation efforts crowd source rescue which was founded four years ago during hurricane. Harvey is helping people connect with one another on the ground in new orleans this morning according to their twitter page here in houston lakewood church and gallery. Furniture are opening their doors for evacuees. Abc thirteen reports trip times. Nearly doubled for some new orleans residents headed to houston over the weekend. The texas jail population continues to rise during the corona virus pandemic news eighty eight sevens camilo. Hannibal smith says the increase makes an already inundated jail system that much harder to keep safe. During the current search advocates for texas and mates are worried that spikes and kobe. Nineteen infections will continue as the state jail population grows. The aclu has filed a lawsuit against dallas county jail over confinement conditions during the surge and savannah kumar with aclu of texas says. The state's jail standards commission is now keeping the lid on information about the number of inmates who test positive has stopped publishing their daily cove in nineteen jail reports which.
"daily cove" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Well as work with my colleagues to get this done now. You have from the time that you announced that you were running for office. You have led with this belief that representing the people in part means leading from your own lived experience. You just told us a bit but can you say a bit more about your experiences of vic shen and what that teaches you in this moment. Eviction looks so many different ways Sometimes people think conviction just means like oh. Somebody just did not pay their rent. Somebody just was Was being You know just Not responsible with their finances that is most of the time not the case For and for me personally Being someone who was all assume was low wage and just had so many other issues. I have credit issues that were just so many credit issues from being low-wage without health insurance working for the same company for ten years. You know going to the doctor for going to the hospital for a sinus infections. Instead of being able to go to a clinic you know those type of things it so it just adds to the poverty. Poverty is very expensive and for me for my the situations. I've had one of them. For example was I was in an abusive relationship with my partner left me choke me and left me for day. Thought that i was dead But because of the noise that that that that abuse violence calls the landlord evicted me And and then i incurred all of these fees eviction. I couldn't afford to pay because for those that don't know when you are evicted when you get one. Once that information goes to the lawyer it adds all of these fees so even if you could come up with the money to pay the rent now you have all of these and so you. you are. Oftentimes aren't able to come up with that extra portion so you are evicted So that's just that's just one example of what happened. Poverty is very expensive indeed. It is data from researchers at the eviction lab. Show that quote. Eviction is not just a condition of poverty it is a cause of it unquote in two thousand nine hundred. Researchers from columbia university in boston university found that poor health often contributes to eviction because families cannot afford medical bills and housing costs. These researchers showed that one way to reduce fictions to expand medicaid and domestic violence is as it was for representative bush a leading cause of homelessness among women for more than a decade domestic violence advocates have been battling with state legislatures to pass laws shielding survivors from eviction. But there are still states. Were victim can be victim simply for calling the police to protect her from her attacker and the expensive eviction is not just financial. Children are forced to change schools. Families lose all their possessions and the victims can keep families from finding new housing because landlords check for recent evictions. And of course we are still living in a pandemic daily cove infections are rising as the result of the highly contagious delta variant now representative bush's a nurse and i asked her how the pandemic complicates the already challenging experience of addiction. Thank you for asking that question so melissa win Just as working as a nurse. So something that i've done for years Was has. I've been working with house community before michael brown was murdered and i took to the streets to be a part of the farc ended up require the focus uprise and before that working edges as a pastor and just just out of a love for humanity we were working the streets helping our unhealthy admitted members give them access to resources and as an on the nursing side. I would leave. Get off work and then go to the streets and be up all night and helping people get so shelters helping find blankets going to get breeze for our elder. You know remember i had. Some veterans are elder veterans. Who needed help physically. So we will go to the store and get briefs helped them put on breezy change their pants and these small things like that that are huge for people that people don't even realize Is an issue but we will be out on the street hours every night trying to find shelter for people trying to make sure that could get to their homes. Meghan shaw trans community members had a place to go because sometimes they couldn't get in making sure there are people who issue for suffering from like Issues with cancer and and some of these other issues. They could not get into shelters because they if they had cancer and had all these medications they couldn't get in so trying to find places for them and that was without a pandemic and now we're talking about adding millions of people during global pandemic. This is so unsafe. it's inhumane cruel is unconscionable that this is happening in this country and it was going to be allowed. It was but no we had to step. No no no no no way back in the lower now. I asked representative bush to situate this effort to extend the eviction moratorium within her longer. Work as an organizer in ferguson missouri. We know that the black community will be will be most directly affected the black community And so how do you know when we say black lives matter. We don't say it because it is the or we wanna We want to Announce to the world that we're better than everybody else. You gotta make us matter. No we're saying you because we have been proven it has there's research there are numbers to support that black lives. Don't matter in this country in as evidence by at least don't matter enough in this country as evidenced by the fact that we will be the number one group Disproportionately affected by this crisis. Along with our the are brown community along with our lgbt community are communities that are living Are people that are living with disabilities in this country. We all just disproportionately affected black. In order to show the black lives matter to look at this and say you know what black people are going to be going to be most directly affected by this. We need to do something because we are black community when we talk about so many different of disparities where it comes with our health disparities because the kobe nineteen it has ravaged black communities. It has taken out a black community members the numbers have hit black. Black women the hardest but then but black men are oftentimes. The ones that have died the most when we when we look at that and compound that with People out on the street and we understand that there's a a wage inequality but there's also racial racial wage gap. We all of those things together. How can we not speak up and say that we will not allow these these inequities to continue as they also harm are black community members so deeply and so intently. And that's why we have to say look right in everybody's faces. Yes black lives matter. And i'm gonna keep saying. I'm gonna keep putting that out on the forefront because until his shows in the actions the numbers we gotta keep out their data support the congresswoman's insight about race and vulnerability to eviction. Research from the eviction lab shows that filing and eviction rates are significantly higher for black renters than for white renters for example nearly a third of all eviction filings filed against black people. Even though they made up just about twenty percent of renters most vulnerable to eviction black women and their children. What do want to see from the white house. I want to see from the white house A moratorium on evictions. Today i want to see it today. I want to see the white house. Say because we understand that the white house is saying look. We want to get this done. I agree we want this but They're also saying talking about the possible court. Challenge not having the legal. The legal standing to be able to do so. I'm asking the white house to less. Just do this thing. let's just get it done. Let's get the moratorium done. If there's going to be illegal talents let us work on the legal challenge you know but the the legal challenge chat the possibility of a legal challenge cannot be greater than the devastation that will happen when seven million people or more hit the streets in our communities. We have not fixed the housing crisis. We have in this country right now. We already have housing prices. That hasn't been fixed so we cannot do this. Oh.
MSNBC Morning Joe
"daily cove" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"This is a tough business. Tough guy and we need to have a leader. That is real. You're never going to be president. Really insult in your way to. Let's see i'm the forty two three. I'm doing better one of many times. Donald trump insulted jeb bush jeb son however cast his lot with the former president in a bid for texas attorney. General texas is precious and we must protect her. under the leadership of president trump. our country was strong and vibrant again. So how did trump return the favor by endorsing george bush's republican rival. That's what we've been trying to tell people about five years now. Tried to tell paul ryan off and on air before he endorsed donald trump the day or two africa. The racist that he's a bully. You don't you you don't negotiate with volleys and you don't grovel because when you grovel with volleys they spit in your face. And that's what's happened. Time and time again with the republicans and you know again all this groveling. What is it got in the republican party. Well minority status in the senate minority senate the house. They've lost the white house they now seem to be a. They're there to the two main planks right now. Seem to be voodoo when it comes to healthcare letting people continue to die. They're they're they're on the side with Wild addy vacs conspiracy theorists and and then basically forgiving the islands of what happened on january. Six trying to forget the violence trying to ignore the insurrection. So voodoo and violence. That's really that's really not something that a party wants decide up with but make again though on this personal front. You can not suck up to a bully. It never works. It didn't work for paul ryan. It didn't work for the republican party. And it didn't work for george george. Bush should a guy who i followed his career and really liked what i saw. It's it's unfortunate to say the way they had to deal with like say what happened over the past four years and he would if now with his fate was and also make a really quickly ted cruz in his own state. Donald trump suggested that. Ted cruz is father assassinated. John f. kennedy ted cruz said that a donald trump are the ugliest things about ted cruz. His wife just shameful things and ted cruz sr through his family under the bus politically and and basically kept sucking up to a guy who insulted his family. It's just. It's not something that we've really seen in washington where people can insult family members. And and you still have this. This is big suck up that we just keep saying and it never pays off in never pays off. That's that guy just will never understand these. These people suck up to trump and it never pays off for them. Well it's called. I mean seventy five million. People voted for guy who was willing letting people die from the corona virus. Hundreds of thousands of people is not even an exaggeration or metaphor. it's a cult and you see that cult within the gop and there's a split between those who are members of it and those who are not and you can see it on full display. As congress begins the investigation into the january sixth insurrection. Kevin mccarthy cult. Member is now taking shots at members of his own party for their willingness to serve and it all comes at another perilous point for the country. The body politic has been so poisoned that americans would rather get cova then a vaccine to keep them alive and we'll talk about ways to change that but if you watched our show yesterday you heard joe making a strong push for vaccine mandates for healthcare workers nursing homes teachers and other employees under federal jurisdiction and as the day went on. We saw a number of new vaccine. Mandates rolled out across the country. California new york city now requiring vaccinations or weekly testing for all their employees and the department of veterans affairs is now the first federal agency to issue a vaccine mandate which would require frontline workers to perceive kodak. Seen shots in a moment. Nbc's gabe gutierrez has a report from alabama the state with the lowest vaccination rate in the country but first nbc news correspondent. Miguel almaguer has the latest on the pivot towards mandates well before any false surge. Some hospitals across the nation are already struggling to manage the sixty thousand new daily cove infections. Plaguing the us as icu's fill up some models suggest our nation could see upwards of four thousand deaths a day by october. The one hundred million americans who are unvaccinated driving the numbers and the risk even for those who are inoculated if you allow the virus to freely circulate because many people are unvaccinated you give it yet again. Another opportunity to mutate even more and you may wind up with creating a variant. That in fact is alludes to protection of the vaccine. As new inoculations plateau pfizer and madonna. At the fda's urging are expanding the size of their vaccine studies in children five to eleven amid rare reports of heart inflammation in younger americans. A precautionary move like the idea of bringing back masks indoors. Nationwide said to be under active consideration. Saint louis county joining savannah georgia and re implementing the policy. These numbers are too alarming to ignore as major medical organizations save. Vaccinations should be mandatory for healthcare workers. The department of veterans affairs became the first federal agency to require. Vaccinations for medical staff. Veteran.
The Ben Shapiro Show
"daily cove" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Probably being to you. They're not gonna give you the full story on. Why exactly you're paying what you're paying bottom line. You're paying way too much but you got ta talk usa right now. Dial pound two fifty. Say ben shapiro. Save fifty percents off your very first month of coverage. All righty so we are seeing a new push in the media among the intelligentsia for re masking re masking is the thing right now for the vaccinated and for the unvaccinated and this frankly is unsupportable. It is not supportable by the evidence. The reason that it is unsupportable by the evidence is because the reality is that we do have a pandemic that continues to harm if you're unvaccinated if you're vaccinated however then this thing really is no longer of serious concern to you. It is not particularly dangerous to you and we are seeing this in the statistics. So for example here is a charred from the united kingdom get his chart from the united kingdom shows a large scale difference between the second wave and the third wave what it shows is cases versus deaths over days. One through fifty of uk second and third covered webs. Now typically what happens with regard to these covet waves is that you have a wave of diagnoses and then about two weeks later. He have a wave of death because it takes people a little while to die from kobe. Hey so during the second wave for example you can see cases versus deaths over days one through fifty of the of the second wave. You saw that on day one. There were three point three cases per one hundred thousand population and then there was one point five deaths per ten million population by day. Fifty in about thirty three cases per one hundred thousand population in britain and thirty six deaths per ten million population. So you see the the cases and the deaths start to muir each other fairly quickly and now take a look at the stats from the third wave. Meaning after there's been mass vaccination in the united kingdom and what you see. Is that at the beginning. It looks kinda similar ray of three point. Four cases per one hundred thousand population of one point three deaths pretend million population and then as the cases exponentially increase. The deaths continued to be extremely low right so by the end when he gets day. Fifty reminder in the second wave day fifty had thirty three cases per one hundred thousand population and thirty six deaths per one per ten million population in the third wave. Give thirty thirty three cases in thirty three point. Six cases for one hundred thousand population and two point one deaths per ten million population. In other words we have cut down on the death rate in great britain by about twelvefold it which takes his thing down below the rate of death from the flu and the reason for that is because the people who are getting this tend to be younger tend to be healthier. People are older. Have gotten mass vaccinated. This is true in every industrialized country in which dachshund action has taken place. People who are older and more vulnerable have taken the vaccine if people in our office with not taken the vaccine the reason they usually give gives because one they think that they already had covert or they were. Tested narrowly had so. They think they've natural immunity or two and usually both too. They're very young and so they tend to look around and say okay. I'm twenty one years old my chances of dying from this thing or not particularly high so even if they get it the really not dying from it not nearly in the same numbers that people were dying before now in absolute numbers. Could you see a lot of death among people who are young shore because the delta variant is significantly more transmissible than the original variant than the wild type variance. the wild type variance was transmissible. The are was something like two or three the are meaning the reproduction rate on this things like six. Meaning that basically. If you're if you're a human being you have two choices right now. Any human being you have two choices one vaccine or two you can get colored. You are going to get immunity one way or the other so that is up to you because you're a free independent human being and again we pretty tremendous job in the west of making sure that people are the most vulnerable have already had the vaccine that people now who are thinking about vaccinating for weren't vaccinating before because people react rationally to risk reward calculations and this is what the data show so. There's an article today in. Abc news about a large-scale increase of cases hospitalizations being seen in for example northeastern florida according to abc news. You have health jacksonville. In florida's most populous city as seen an exponential rise in the number of cove nineteen patients admitted in recent weeks going to chad nielsen director of infection prevention at the hospital the previous record for the highest number of daily cove nineteen patients across both of its campuses. One hundred twenty-five was set in january. The hospital currently has one hundred thirty six people who are hospitalized about forty people in the icu. Last week there were seventy five colored patients in the hospital forty five the week before in twenty the week before that according to nielsen we knew it was most likely due to the delta varian taking a bigger footprints here in the northeastern florida region. Because it was so rapid. Increase everyone in town suffering the same fate that we are at the mayo clinic jacksonville hospital. There's been a significant increase in cove in nineteen hospitalizations over the past three weeks approaching. Our previous peak number says dr ken. Theon ceo of mayo clinic in florida said this is a fivefold increasing hospitalizations and fouls many weeks when we only had a handful of hospitalized covered patients but juries the here are the stats that matter. You're reading among you. F health's jacksonville's covered nineteen patients ninety percent are unvaccinated ninety percents or unvaccinated. In other words the number of people who are getting the vaccines and then they're having a breakthrough. Infection is very low and the number of people who are getting hospitalized. He's really really really low. And the number of people who are dying after being vaccinated is super duper duper low. However if you're unvaccinated that is treats you the same way that would attract you back in january or back in november or back in the in the in the prior march. We have better ways of treating you. Now we've figured out for example that we're not to let you figured out that we're not gonna put you on your back but you're still facing a very similar level of risk to what you're facing in january even though it is now july you're facing very similar level of risk if you're unvaccinated this in january the virus has changed a little bit but it hasn't changed in its deadliness. It's only changed in. Its transmissibility. According to tom van obstacle he president and ceo of ascension florida gulf coast which operates a hospital in jacksonville over ninety. Six percent of its covered. Nineteen patients are unvaccinated. He says our median age hospitalized patients is forty nine. Who's in the mid sixties and prior waves of the pandemic younger demographic or not getting vaccinated unfortunately the contracting covert. These cases are requiring hospitalization for treatment now..
KFI AM 640
"daily cove" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Oh, this This is supposed to be a convenience. But you should still be able to go direct in the HP page to that exact printer model, and they'll be a drivers and support page and you should still be able to download directly the precise driver you need for that printer. That's what you need to do at this point B T stop. The smart start is should be called the stupid start because it hasn't helped you at all. And obviously it's not working. The idea was, it would figure out what you needed and downloaded. It Didn't thanks, HP Just get the printer driver yourself from the website Leo Laporte detail. Okay. If I am 6 40 e mean King live from the camp 24 hour news room. A man has been arrested in the attack of a group of Jewish diners in Beverly Grove earlier this week. Police say the attack happened after a group in a vehicle flying Palestinian flags stopped and started asking the outdoor diners. If they were Jewish authorities requested the man's bail be enhanced because it was a hate crime. Police in Baldwin Park have shot a man several times after you pulled a gun on them during a traffic stop. The shooting happened last night on Feelin Avenue. The man shot is in the hospital. No officers were injured. A number of daily Cove in 19 cases in the U. S has dropped below 30,000 for the first time since June. Going to Johns Hopkins website the U. S reported a little over 29,000 new coronavirus cases on Thursday. We've got to stall in downtown L, A and the one on one That's heading North bound at Mission wrote. It has the left lane block. It's causing heavy delays from the 60. Also in downtown L. A. Some good news on the 10 westbound that's going to be just before Santa Fe. A stalled car has been cleared from the right lane. Traffic is recovering from the one No one and in Inglewood on the four or five North bound at the one Oh, five of crash there has the carpool lane block, causing some stop and go Traffic from Rosecrans K a pie in the sky helps get you there faster. Pedro Marino, where you wanted to see, Miss. Wouldn't have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts. Ai Arpaio's data science Things are changing at this agency and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some.
US' Daily COVID-19 Cases Fall Below 30K
"A number of daily Cove in 19 cases in the U. S has dropped below 30,000 for the first time since June. Going to Johns Hopkins website the U. S reported a little over 29,000 new coronavirus cases on
"daily cove" Discussed on WTOP
"By July. 4th CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky tell CBS this morning. There's a plan to make it happen. We have resource is heading to community based organizations so that we can get people in their communities where they are. We're going to rural clinics over 4500 rural clinics to make sure that we can get to the more remote areas. Correspondent Candy MacCORMACK takes a look at what's behind declining vaccination rates After peaking in the first half of April. The numbers are due. Wind ling. Well, you know, I have some reservations dividing administration is working to tackle the vaccine hesitancy. The number of people getting a first shot or single dose is down 50% and a new Gallup poll finds Americans are worried about others not getting their shots. Republicans remain least likely to be vaccinated or say they're willing to be new Daily Cove in cases in the U. S dipped below 50,000 For the first time since early October, more women are putting off or deciding not to have babies. CBS is Vicki Barker after peaking In the U. S. Birth rate fell 4% last year. That's the biggest single year decrease. In nearly 50 years, the nation's maternity ward saw fewer women of every major race and ethnicity and nearly all age groups as the pandemic took hold the birth rate falling to its lowest point since records began more than a century ago. The new figures suggest this generation of Americans won't have enough Children to replace itself. Police have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two Asian American women at a bus stop in San Francisco. Hooked up to their victim stabbed them and very casually walked away in broad daylight. Police aren't saying whether the women were targeted because of their race. There's no word on their conditions two weeks after his client was convicted.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"daily cove" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm on a Corixa in New York. The first numbers from the 2020 census around and show America's population growth. Has it been this slow since the Great Depression. More from C B S is no road on a cousin. Population shifts. Texas will pick up two seats in Congress. Florida, North Carolina, Montana, Colorado and Oregon will each get one more. And for the first time, California is losing one seat, as are Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and New York, which get this was just 89 people short of keeping all of its seat. Attorneys for Andrew Brown Junior's family, a cues police of hiding something after seeing just a snippet of the day deputies killed him. CBS is at least Preston reports. Family's attorneys said they were shown on Lee. A single 22nd clip that had been heavily edited. The video will be seen by the public and we will get justice for Andrew Brown. Julia Sheriff Tommy wouldn't says the body can put it should be released to the public. It won't hinder the states in vesting Gatien. Get that Formacion. Our county will follow emotional, according to have the footage released. That process could take days. The Justice Department is looking into the Louisville Metro Police Department. A year after Briana Taylor's death attorney General Merritt Garland S. Stig, a shin will assess whether l m p d engages in a pet urn of practice of using unreasonable force, including with respect to people in Vaal Vin piece, fel expressive activities. Attorney in Texas has applied for a posthumous pardon for George Floyd Floyd was a rested and Houston in tooth 1004 for selling just $10 worth of drugs. Thea officer who arrested him has now been a cues of false if I ng evidence in cases, India has set another daily Cove it case right record with India's health care system overwhelmed by an explosive surgeon in FEC shins. Patients have been forced to wait outside hospitals for hours. Many are dying in the streets, unable to receive treatment amid a scarcity of oxygen and drugs like Ram de severe U. S and other countries are sending aid, including ventilators and vaccine in greedy INTs who seek craft. CBS News, Tokyo California Governor Gavin Newsom could lose his job after more than 1.6 million people signed a recall effort. CBS is Steve Futterman says the state's last recall was successful is certainly not unfair, Milion tear it story for a California voters 18 years ago in 2003. Then Governor Gray Davis was re called, and voters chose to replace him with actor or no old shorts. Republicans led the recall effort and election could happen this fall. This is C B s news. Conversations with some of the world's leading national security officials and experts. Intelligence matters with Michael Morrell weekends on the CBS radio network. How could I feel is good At the end of the day, As I felt at the beginning,.
860AM The Answer
"daily cove" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Factor dot com studio. Here's Mike Gallagher. It's a good thing. We have a show like this to try to break down all the breaking news that's happening and there's a ton of it. A ton of breaking news as we get back from the long holiday weekend, and we welcome you in. I hope you were able to maybe Recharge your batteries a little bit, although sadly, you're going to need batteries throughout much of the country. Being walloped by winter weather and lo and behold, there are people without power, but by golly, the Democrats have given us turbines. You got big windmills. That are evidently frozen. Show people are, you know without power. Who needs power in the winter. Come on. Don't don't be entitled. Don't Don't. Don't Don't. Exert your check your privilege. Check your privilege, would you please? You're racist. If you want to have your power on Because Joe Biden is saving the planet. Climate changes in existential threat. So we got to get rid of the coal power plants. Shut him down, Destroy him. Build turbines. And hope it doesn't get icy and cold hole like it is now because if it does, the turbines don't work. Then they got to figure out how to unfreeze the turbines. While people are shivering in the cold and pipe Saperstein and Homes are being destroyed. But climate change. It is. Ah fanaticism. My colleague and friend Tom Trad him. Wrote a great piece for town hall dot com. Called Joe Biden's dark winter is here. As millions of Texans Struggling without any electricity this week. Times going toe pop on the show and talk a little bit about what's happening to the great state of Texas, and what's happening is a catastrophe. Here's another catastrophe, the media refusing to bother to cover Plunging covert 19 cases. You want to know a catastrophe? How about all the smart kids? All the experts telling us it isn't gonna matter if you get a vaccination. Doesn't matter. You still gotta wear your mask and socially distance and stay home and not travel and keep the school's locked down. That's what they're saying. That's what they're saying. Um Daily Cove in 19 cases in America just hit their lowest levels since October. ALS. The cases all the data is showing. The cases are plunging, but it's not the vaccine. It's because We're socially distancing. We're wearing our masks were not traveling. We're not living as long as we Don't live. As long as we keep This state of You know, being like Dracula. In a castle somewhere, holed up in our coffins. We'll be all right. I'll be okay. Now I don't want you to pay attention to things like the news out of Israel. There's data from Israel that shows a 94% drop in symptomatic Cove in 19 infections among 600,000 people who received two doses of the Fizer and beyond Tex vaccines. Vaccinated group was also 92% less likely to develop any severe illness from the from the disease. You like those numbers. You think that's kind of a big deal? Listen, I know Vet. There's other, more important pressing issues to worry about. Like, you know, Nancy Pelosi, starting a 9 11 type commission to investigate the January 6 riots. They're not done with that yet. That isn't over yet. And they're not done going after Trump they listen acquittal. In the impeachment trial. That's just that's just phase one. You wait and see how they criminally prosecute him. You watch. Cause they need him. They need. They need the Boogey man around. They're not. They're not letting that go any time soon. So don't pay any attention to pesky little. Marshals of fax like the Cases, plunging 94% with the vaccines. You know what Dr Tom Friedman, shut on CNN the other day. It's a true story. I'll get the clip for you. Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director, told CNN. I don't think the vaccine is having much of an impact at all on case rates. It's what we're doing right. Staying apart, wearing masks, not traveling, not mixing with others indoors. Other experts. I'm reading this goofy article over the business insider dot com. Other experts say seasonal patterns and the virus may be playing a role. Summer, wondering if declining rates or merely a reflection of your people getting tested. In other words, they don't have any idea. You know, I got a friend who always says the virus is gonna virus. Virus courses through the population. You get sick you don't you do you don't but at some point We're going to have to start living again. And it seems to me That the so called experts Don't expect that to happen any time soon. That's a very big deal to me. How about you? Let's find out 1 806 55 Mike Tuesday, February 16th. We're in the relief factor dot com studios and I am glad you're along for the ride. We got a lot Breaking news. A lot of analysis coming your way and I want to find out what you make of these. What Where are you with this cove in story and the vaccination problem. Have you gotten a vaccine yet? I'm not eligible. Heck, I lived. I go back and forth, ostensibly between two states. I can't get a vaccine in Florida can't get a vaccine in New York. I'm not jumping ahead of any line when I'm eligible. I'll get one or two, I guess. How about you? You haven't trouble with the vaccine. How hard is it to get a vaccine? Into the arms of all the Americans who want one because what.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"daily cove" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In a legal brief filed this week, Trump's defense asserting Trump did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions, adding those who did did so of their own accord and citing these words from Trump's speech as proof everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard. Most GOP senators have already showed strong support for Trump calling the trial counterproductive. Conviction is unlikely. The first time since October, Ohio reported less than 2000 new covert 19 cases Monday, though 36 more people have died. Ohio also saw its seventh straight day of covert 19 hospitalization, staying below 2500. If that trend continues into Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine could lift the 11 o'clock to 5 A.m. covert related curfew vaccinations, meanwhile, also now available for those 65 older In the state. Kentucky, meanwhile, reported its lowest daily Cove in total case since December Governor Andy Beshear announcing just over 1000 new cases of the virus yesterday, along with 40 additional deaths. Snow. The big story this morning. Hazardous driving conditions. Take it easy if you have to be out. But again, the advice is to stay home if you can. The forecast is coming up next into the world of tomorrow's monsters. A thrilling SciFi podcast are in Golden Globe nominee John Boyega and Emmy winner Darren Criss, a mysterious hero infiltrates a shadowy corporation bent on changing human biology forever. All the repercussions when we give corporations direct Access to our brains. At what point.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"daily cove" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The White House, putting together a plan that provides for emergency. We need two people in desperately now. The price tag is too high, urging Biden to downsize and support more targeted relief, but their hands are tied with control of the White House and Congress. Democrats don't need their votes to get it past that is a B C's Rachel Scott at the end of the month, an FDA advisory panel will decide whether to recommend emergency use authorization for Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. Virology expert. Dr Paul Off, it says. One thing is absolutely paramount. Most important thing we look for a steak way. Want to make sure there's nothing about this vaccine? Yes, it might be unsafe. And then we look secondly, for efficacy to make sure that it is effective and effective in all groups. Doctor off. It was on the panel that authorized the Fizer and Moderna vaccines. Ohio reporting over 3500 new covert 19 cases on Saturday 81 new death, Kentucky's Daily Cove in 19 cases and positivity rate have been dropping. But with the post holiday spike seen before that decline, New daily deaths have been higher. 49 deaths reported yesterday puts the state's death toll over the 4000 mark. Local health leaders are advising people to take the proper precautions if you plan on getting together for the big game tonight, in fact, able, the county's health commissioner says, You really should not be getting together at all. Maybe set up a zoom, chat C Can I have some friends here? You cheering on your favorite team? But at the end of.
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Coronavirus cases are falling In The United States
"Daily Cove in cases in this country is continuing to fall since the post holiday peak on January 12th. The seven day average for new cases has dropped by nearly 50%. There were 3705 deaths reported across the country yesterday. Overall daily cases have been on a downward trajectory with new infections and hospitalizations, also dropping
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"daily cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Right on time to and from Rhode Island as well. True three's A good ride along the south shore of the expressway is clear. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes. Now the four day WBZ Jackie Weather forecasts will see a mix of sun and clouds Today high of 25 degrees bumping down to 19 Tonight, Partly cloudy tomorrow. That's when things start to turn around. It'll be cloudy and windy earlier in the morning and then snow will Arrive in the afternoon or high on Monday is 35 degrees, then that snow is going to intensify. Tomorrow night into Tuesday. We could see 6 to 10 inches in some areas, Sleet and rain can mix in along the coast, where those snow amounts will be lower and then in some areas we could see as much as a foot of snow Tuesday. Winds will gust 40 to 50 miles an hour. Uh, Tuesday. We'll see those stronger, even stronger winds on the coast in the islands, and then we could also see some power outages because of the combination of snow and high winds. The high on Tuesday 37 degrees and then you're high on Wednesday 36 degrees. But remember that Winter Storm watch kicks in at 7 A.m. tomorrow morning and lasts until 4 p.m. on Tuesday. So factor that in for your commute and travel plans, it is five 35 some signs of slight progress now in Massachusetts in the fight against the pandemic, Here's WBC's Carl Stevens with the latest daily Cove It counts for the first time all year. The seven day positivity rate for the virus in Massachusetts is below 4% at 3.89. This thing is backing off just a little bit. Covered is still a killer. The latest daily update from the state Department.
"daily cove" Discussed on KOMO
"FM 97 7, It is 7 31 right now. And thanks for starting Wednesday morning, along with us here on the comb, Oh morning news. Some light rain showers continuing in Seattle. It's 37 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time. Bad the factor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center state of Washington is about to increase its vaccine reserve by more than 10% of that means. There will be more places popping up where you can get your shot against covert 19. Here's co mostly stole state health leaders have an ambitious goal to nearly double the number of covert 19 vaccines. People are getting every day. Right now they're getting out about 24,000 shots. Ah, limit on, Lee said, by the number of available doses The goal is 45,000 to help Washington is expecting to get more vaccines from the federal government, a 16% increase in current deliveries. To get those doses out. The state is expanding the number of sites for mass vaccinations. Developing a public private partnership to create new assets for those sites and working with federal partners to increase the vaccine supply for at least the next three weeks. Right now, 868 providers are giving the vaccine. Those providers include pharmacies and local clinics. Daily Cove it infection numbers have fallen dramatically from will week ago, and it may be due to a combination of social distancing and vaccinations. It's almost Brian Calvert reports. Washington is still tracking below the national Vaccination average. The New York Times crunched the numbers and looked at how quickly states air getting the vaccination into people's arms. The national average 6% of the population has had a first dose Washington comes in at 5.5%, or about the middle of the pack certainly have a long ways to go, but we have made very significant progress in the last week. Governor Jay Inslee is hoping Maura promised doses will help raise our numbers 800,000 Washingtonians today who are eligible for the vaccine, but have not been able to receive it. We simply not have enough doses. Have not been provided yet from the federal government. While 5.5% of Washingtonians have had one dose of a covert vaccine less than 1% have had both doses. The governor yesterday restated his goal of 45,000 vaccinations daily, but admits we could still be weeks away from achieving this number. Ryan Calvert Camo news, Mr Reminder..
KFI AM 640
"daily cove" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Google has to spend it at least for a week the president's YouTube channel and they claim that he violated a policy and this was for inciting violence. And they say after the review and in light of the concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, they removed new uploaded content. You know what I'm enjoying is The interviews that the various news outlets who were called news outlets Fox, MSNBC, CNN, and one of the ongoing themes by Trump supporters is by removing him from YouTube and Twitter, etcetera you the accusation is that these platforms have silenced 75 million Americans. 75 million Americans are now silence and I wish to that. And this never happens. I wish the interview would go Do you have have a Twitter account? Well, yeah, so it really is 74,999,999, right? And they don't say that and, incidentally, in terms of silencing the president based on his incendiary comments, I'm assuming that freedom of speech, which is being argued by those who are very upset about YouTube, Twitter throwing Donald Trump off the platform, want to change the concept of yelling fire in a crowded theater? If you do not allow fire in a crowded theater to be yelled, you are interfering with someone's First Amendment rights. And how dare you do that? That is now the argument. That is being used. It's also that they're insulting themselves. Because because what's underneath the idea that if you take President Trump off a platform, you're silencing all of his supporters. What's underneath that, and it's his supporters who are who are saying it is that they don't have Any thoughts. But what the president tells them to think. That if he can't tweet, I don't have anything now to contribute to society in terms of talking about the issues, you know, but that's too nuanced. For the exactly you wants is not exactly the strong suit of anybody in the political realm, regardless of party. Or ideology. It Z pretty crazy, and the argument is you're free to talk. You're not free to call on thousands of people to kill legislators. Hey, I have a first Amendment right to argue that capital should be attacked and go ahead and hurt people who were on the other side. You've taken away my First Amendment rights. Fire in a crowded theater even worst, I want you to cause the fire in the crowded theater. I have a right to say that Well, it's also dumb because as you know, bill, and it's actually a lot of people know the government is not doing any of this. And so the First Amendment is not part of this discussion. All right, let's take a break. We'll come back. Jennifer. What's going on? Well as you were talking about the Daily Cove in 19 death toll is at a record high in the U. S. The Washington Post says. At least 4200 Cove in 19 related That's were reported in the US yesterday..
New Jersey 101.5
"daily cove" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bill. Whole thing. Build build pools in the parking lot. Tiki bars the whole bed out of here. Oh, yeah. How you tailgated? The Jimmy Buffett concert. You build a pool in the parking lot? Yeah, you should Google it. It's amazing. Then he came out dedicated Song stores and New Jersey One night on the candle waterfront that we went. The next night to Connecticut came out into the same thing for us and dedicated soldiers to us. In Connecticut as well. My gosh. All right, Ryan. Thanks for calling New Jersey One of 1.5. Okay, We have a leader. Now I'm gonna keep track of these Joe. 56 52nd Jimmy Buffett. Second place would be you, I guess 16 for Bruce Springsteen Walton Lot and saw Bruce. He's had 15 times. So what act have you seen the most times in concert? And what was the best show you've ever seen? 1 802 83101.5 to 31. The latest New Jersey news from NJ 115 dot com. Phase one A of covert vaccinations continue in New Jersey now up to 134,000, plus shots administered across the state. And while inoculations for health care workers and long term care residents and staff will not stop anytime soon. Phase one be starting tomorrow with police and firefighters more than 450,000. N. J. Residents already have pre registered for their shot. The Daily Cove in numbers in the Garden state creeping back up again is we're starting to see the full after effects. Holiday gatherings today, more than 5000 new confirmed cases. 104 official deaths added to our statewide total and rate of transmission those still below one now at 10.96 after a recent low of 0.92. Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund, which started last spring, has raised about $64 million from almost 62,000 adults and Children giving donations. First Lady Tommy Murphy says the money has been used to help those who have lost their homes need food and health care assistants. And funds have also gone to mental health clinics. It's just such a New Jersey moment, and I'm incredibly proud of all that we've done and all that we will do because there's a lot more work to do. The pandemic Relief fund is also helping child care clinics and struggling small businesses. I'm Patrick Lavery, download our free app to listen, live anywhere and get instant New Jersey News, weather and traffic from New Jersey one of.