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Nationwide face mask and safety standards for workers still under consideration

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Nationwide face mask and safety standards for workers still under consideration

"Requirements to prevent the spread of the virus in workplaces in this economy should be said here we are 54 days into the Bible administration. Which on day two directed Ocean issue. What are called emergency temporary standards Basically, Emergency safety rules specifically for this disease, and they're expected to come out in the next week or so. From the workplace. Culture desk marketplaces Meghan McCarty Carino has more ocean never issued binding safety rules for covert 19 under the previous administration. Instead, the agency just made recommendations to follow CDC guidelines. It were open to interpretation, says Debbie Berkowitz, with the National Employment Law Project. Words like Consider Protecting workers do this, If possible, Berkowitz says the risk of another surge is rising as the country reopens and OSHA doesn't have. The resource is to police every workplace. Oh, she is a very small agency. It would take OSHA 165 years to get into every workplace under its jurisdiction. One so it's not like it's going to be running around and inspecting. David Michaels, who headed OSHA during the Obama administration says a scent of binding national requirements will make it clear to employers what they need to do many, many more employers going to follow those basic precautions that we know we're successful. Things like employee training, improved ventilation and mask wearing, perhaps even requiring, and 95 style respirators in high risk work places. But some business groups are concerned about overly prescriptive requirements as employers struggle to make costly adjustments amid economic uncertainty. Edwin Iggy is with the National Retail Federation. Retailers. We've implemented mask mandates. We've done social distance, saying we've installed Plexi Glass. We've installed filtration systems. We've increased the frequency of cleanings. We've done all these things, he says. Locking in one size fits all requirements beyond that would be too rigid, especially with vaccinations, ramping up and infections falling. National Retail Federation has already sued California OSHA over its standards, and it's likely a national standard would also end up in court. I'm Meghan McCarty, carino for Marketplace. Come on.

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"david michael" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Hi this is tony toledo. David michael slater has written an interesting series of books with all family called mysterious monsters. The first book had the precocious madigan kids finding bigfoot. His newest has them looking for area. Fifty one in las vegas and they may run into aliens. This is a good candidate for fun. Summer read here. is our full conversation cut. Thank you for your interest in this. Oh yeah yeah. I think it's really neat. It's a cool Series of books for kids. And i like that. I'm glad to hear it for. Yeah pretty cool. I mean went from bigfoot area. Fifty one nice. That's a good transition. Actually all six books are finished. Oh wow no kidding before we get into the story and stuff. Let's talk about the kids. Mattie max deal how would you describe them for those meeting them for the first time i guess quirky overused through. But they all have They're all unusual. The all have time to them in different ways. The older sisters secretly enjoys being the boss which she has to be because among Appeared a year before. This i book begins. She's sort of acts like she resents. Having to get the brothers teachable moments. But she that she really enjoys it. middle max is a book-aholic and he got stacks piled oliver's around remember exactly where everything is where every book is which pile and how far deep into it and then the youngest brother. Theo is sort of charmingly Roguish pulses i skipped over the next sponsored by nice has a special crouch that he thinks helps them spy on people in crouches around two inches. Everybody will not they say especially their names As we begin yanni's book they they have big foot in the basement. And they're off to las vegas to eventually go to area fifty one and from what i hear. Max is preparing some special gadgets. Yes he has a he has a spine. Ocular had another spied renewing tools that he cares around on so he can be ready at any moment for by duty and i guess i guess i should say the reason. Why pick for this ashton their patient father mark madigan that they're the madigan. They live outside forest park in portland. Oregon and fathers famous is tv. Show called monstrous lies with marcus matt again. And he's he's made a career debunking..

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"david michael" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

Spiritual Dope

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

"He quickly realized the power of staying connected to your true nature having to navigate several vastly different cultures within a short timeframe although he studied biochemistry at the university of oklahoma has interest to take him to study much more broad knowledge. He utilizes his various interest formal education and personal experiences to formulate his principles of unity from here on out. I'm going to direct you to check out his youtube show which he is a member of your essential nature and you can find him on game of unity dot com. It's a mouthful de mike. Thanks for joining today. how you doing. I'm doing really great appreciated. John brennan odd man. I you know. Look i said earlier. It's just not whoville. But but i'll tell you what i am I'm going through a book that i go through like once a year right. Now it's called. Are you ready to succeed you mike in end. I'm at the very beginning of its tim. Week kind of since you're asking..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"Well, you gotta schedule in the morning then all of a sudden by ten o'clock that's out the window because. So much has happened is that the way it works which makes it fun right like every day you never know how it's going to turn up turn out so. Is there something about you that the prisoners of Saint Faustine or any of the other churches that you've been at that they don't know any special talent ability or any favorite food or something that you'd like them to know that they don't know anything about I gotta be careful say my favorite food around here. These people get overwhelmed with it. So generous I've. Yeah I've learned my lesson. You don't like theory go. Or anything that you. You'd like them to parisioners to know that they don't. They don't know about me. I don't know that might surprise them perhaps. Yeah. Yeah. I. Don't I don't think about that I. Mean I do. I do like to go by Father David. Michael, I like both. Okay. That's a helpful thing for them to probably know also maybe a story I tell sometimes when my when my brother. I was probably like four years old. My brother was carrying me one time in the street. It was like a gravel road and he dropped me and I hit my head on the street boy and I got a small rock stuck in my forehead. Okay and we went inside and my mom said she cleaned it up and she was gonna take me to the doctor but like it was a really busy day. So she didn't quite make it to the doctor and the next day she did go the doctor and the skin and already grown over the rock allow and the doctor was just like, Hey, at this point like it's not a problem just like leave it there. Okay. So to this day, I, still have a rock rock in your head. Yeah. Right. There can actually feel it through the skin. I guess that's the I went. The people who say Fossino to know about me. So everybody is going to be looking at your forehead. Now I know they know this on this Rock Bill Mitra. So here saint. Faustina do you have a set like? Tour of duty. Or as the parochial vicar do they say this many years are going to be here and then we're going to reevaluate or they just put you here then we'll see how it goes. Yeah. Yeah. So there really is not a set term. So it usually is anywhere between one and four years is pretty safe. Bet Most of the time it's two years but it can't be three or four so. Who knows we'll see what happens I like to stay here as long as I can hear feeling that they're going to send you somewhere else. Like a two year term would probably make sense it players would probably be what we're looking at So I'm kind of behaving as though it's a good chance I could get moved and in July of this this next year But Hey, if they give me another yeah, that'd be awesome. If they do move you where do you think they would move you..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"But the Lord like in his patience and gentleness and kindness kept working with me and to the fact that it is it is happening. You know is just it's just incredible. was there one particular moment that you remember where you were the closest? The calling it quits. Yeah. So definitely that That I that I I decided not to go back basically. And again, I can't even explain why went back you know it was like, why did I go even looking back now is like we've been so easy to leave. and there were a couple moments like that whereas like I think I'm not going to do this anymore and then it was just like it would I would just keep going. You know I can see the hand of God come on and keep going you know. So, yeah, that would probably be the but there were a lot of other moments too like that. That will close. So you it. So all of that comes rushing in all at the same time while you're there. Yeah, you're seeing. You know the people of God like you said, it's all coming in. Do you remember actually that day is it a blur? The the remember it moaning moment for moment. How does yeah? Yeah. I kinda I cried intensely at that moment but I kind of got all the tears. So for the rest of the ceremony I was like I was much more stable. I was good to go laying down on the floor while they prayed litany, of saints. Literally giving your life laying on your life for the Lord you know is beautiful and the. The the Bishop Cardinal Putting on your hands concentrating your hands was incredible and you're right the N. T. No. You you turn around and give everybody a blessing you know and like you see like, okay this is the church she let's go. and. So we finished that I went over to the seminary. We did like first blessings they call it for a little while, but we had scheduled for my first mass to be that night. So I just been ordained just a few hours later is getting ready for my first Massimo that was my home parish St Paul's. And we have five or six priests can celebrating and it was you know all my friends and my family, you know all these people I've grown up with and. It was funny because at the beginning of mass I I was I was thinking about joking and saying like hey hey. I'm Deacon David Mike I I mean Father David My. Joke. But. I side not to do that. It'd be Kinda cheesy. Apparently did it like I literally was like I'd been saying David Michael so much I was. Okay I mean Father David. Michael then everybody laughs you know year that's why. I've been saying Michael all the time. So it was kind of funny that happened at the beginning and I. You know. I usually it's kind of a tradition, the church for your first mass..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"It's your year as a Transitional Deacon at what point do you find out which Paris you're going to go to? Yeah. So obviously, you're talking about about the guys, where do you think we're going to go like I? Think maybe you'RE GONNA go here I am placing bets and everything and they ask you meet with the personnel board and they say like what kind of Paris juicy yourself in and you answer the question and everything he talked to him for a while But you don't find out what Peres you're going to be a priest that till the day before you get her Dane Wow. Yes, you go for. For the Mass Day before twenty four hours before. And before they were. So the cardinal car calls you in and gives you a letter. and. I haven't the letter and it says what you're going and you talk about it for a second and then. Then you go to the rehearsal and you've come preach the next day and then you start there a month later why did they do that? Why do we tell you? The four, that's the I don't know I. Think part of it is like that's kind of the tradition that we've developed here. Some places they tell you guys I got guys while other diocese at the semi who found out months before they knew. Information and in some places they announced at the end of the ordination mass. So you literally get her Dane before you know where you're. Like Okay and Michael's go into this place you know so. Everybody has a different system. I think part of it is like there's always things changing. You know that's true. Who've somebody moves this person guys maybe have health problems or stuff or so the more time they can have to figure it out probably the better. So I, think they kind of just give themselves to the day before know and for us again, it's like you move in the next day a month. Off so you kind of priest honeymoon month off to do stuff. So the parish and you have time to figure out the logistics of it if it weren't safe Faustina, where do you think you would have been?.

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

04:52 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"You call up the ex-girlfriends. No No. If you're one hundred percent. Sure. No No. I I was not doing that. But there definitely was He knows after that first year in I remember there was actually a point that next summer. especially because we were talking about, maybe stay in two extra years I was Kinda like that's what God wants. Okay. But I'm not really like super enthusiastic about two extra years of seminary. I. Thought About taking some time off and doing something else and there is a one point where like I told my dad I just saw mon to come on and go back and he was like, okay, that's fine. My parents like so supportive. And I almost didn't, and then like there was talk it was like, no, you go back and I was like, okay they're loaded up the car back to Dallas and You know I love being at the seminary with the hanging out with the guys like there was a blast. Awesome memories of US hanging I mean that's like you know stupid son having nerf wars and the highway. Guys doing pranks you know. Pranks guys do. early, I wasn't involved in this one, but a big group of freshmen went to the seniors hallway and put out two thousand little cups filled with water all in the hallway. It was crazy two thousand cups of water to they. They've bought a bunch of sleeves coughs. They spent a couple of hours. What's annoying is I? Don't think it wins out well, like the guys just knocked him over and. They put enough water and I'm really make a difference. There was that and then guys used to come. To the showers and they would take one of the door one of the the knobs off the hot water cold water. The Hot Water Knob you could still take a shower. It's just uncomfortable. WHO's the cold water knob like you burn yourself because shower at all. So we just go to their halls and take showers because it was super annoying. That happened a lot guys. This one was kind of edgy guys would set up We own prayer cubby. Stall, and you have your bravery and your Bible and everything guys would like setup legos and action figures and other guys they show up from prayer. legos that was a little bit too edgy. Probably the job will but that one was pretty funny. No. That would off limits that would have been next level. We didn't. We didn't do that but I think the priests most Kinda thought it was funny. They didn't really have a problem with the the Franks Young. It was one time we got. We picked up guys while he was sleeping on his majesty picketers matches a put in the hallway..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"Discernment and become a Priest Thinking, oh, I want to keep a certain lifestyle or or did not matter at all to I. Think certainly be able to grow up in a family that was like was stable. There's a huge gift right to ask kind of that kind of space. To discern discern well. God can certainly work through every kind of environment guy grows up in I was thankful to have the one that I did but I think yeah when you go into a seminary recognize like, Hey, there's no guarantees about my future's going to look like you know you really WanNa. Be hopefully leaving everything behind to follow Christ you know so I I felt like I had that coming in. Okay. Good. Whatever whatever it is that you want whatever my life looks like you never know where you're GonNa go what's what it's GonNa look like So it definitely thankful for my family growing up but kind of ready for whatever the Lord had. I love how supportive they are of your you know if you. Of Your priesthood. The I mean especially here, Faustina the you know they they're really supportive. What what point did you tell your parents about your discernment to become a priest? So I remember my mom. This was right after the silent retreat I think came back from that retreat I told my mom Ham Kinda of thinking about priesthood and I thought like my parents Super Catholic very supported the church I thought they would both say like Oh, this is awesome. Instead. They were both like a little bit. You know Kinda cautious and and and my mom served towards. Yeah. My mom was like, okay. Wow How do you feel about the celibacy thing? You can't get married you know and that's what they thought about number one. And again, especially, my mom, it was out of love and care for me for me to be like lonely my whole life you know So she's I remember her time I..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"You know. So happy to the application process has got nervous about the just nerves this thing I don't know if I if I can do this and. So I read it sern point that you could ask God for a sign like that's what he wanted because I was the main thing for me like I could do it but I wanted to make sure it's what God wanted. So I started praying for a dove like God if you only go into seminaries in dove and so I I talk to father dad about the nervousness help but you come in the office and talk to me. So I'm driving downtown to talk to Father Dad I'm kind of looking around for doves and I see some birds but I don't know if they're. and. I'm not sure if I know what it looks like I should pick something more obvious. So I get there and talking to father debt. And I remember there was like a branch right behind him in like the behind the window and his office and I was thinking like man if it flies in her lands, I'm I'm good to go. That did not have and I just talked to him and he said, you know you should really be feeling piece if it's on the holy, Spirit you shouldn't feel anxiety for peace So he gave me a great piece of advice in at the time my my education was kind of weird was home schooled till I was fourteen after eighth grade and then I started full-time. College classes so it's called dual credit classes essentially is how we were able to get in as a high school. You can take college classes, but my mom got special permission for me to take a bunch of those really early basically full-time college and so at the age of fourteen fifteen. Yeah. Yeah. So did that for two years at the junior college got my associates and biotechnology and then transferred to University of Houston Clear Lake, which is like a smaller university near my parents house for two more years, and then got my bachelor's in the humanities pre law So it's never really the plan to like be done with college it just kind of taking the next step that's how it worked out. So your siblings. At some point yeah. Yeah. So my mom was able to have a pretty good sense of when we would do best as home schoolers and when we do best like in a private or public school. So we all went in different times. I was the only one who never went to a private or public school and just kind of went straight to college. So what was that like? How did it feel? Did you feel like you're missing something? Do you feel like you've got a better? Patient or how do you how do you? That's a good question I So again, like being home schooled, I enjoyed a lot I wake up really early like four, thirty, five and I'm just get all my work done before ten o'clock. Eleven has been arrested day working on other stuff that I enjoy music. And stuff So I joined being home school. We also did a lot of social things, other home schoolers, but a lot of sports lot of church stuff So was big on China that kind of keep us connected need the social aspect was important lot people don't know that a home schoolers they have groups. They meet up with all the time. A lot of people think, Oh, in your home school, you're just at home all the time now the no. Yeah. We get groups of home schoolers together and do bunch of activities and stuff like that..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"Of that for others and so that desire can continue to grow and eventually You know I talked to a couple of guys and they said, I should really talk to the vocations director, the priests who's kind of in charge of vocations for the archdiocese and the at the time it was bothered at our pastor I remember the first time I called him and I made an appointment to go in and meet with them and. You know he had a great sense when I was talking about everything I was feeling you know. That you know he felt like keep moving like let's let's start the application process and kind of see you know sermons in just about taking the next step right. So I'm done with the girlfriend in the front yard. You know my parents House that conversation. At what point? Did you tell her this? That was I think I told her. Before I talked to Father Dat It was probably a month or two before that and I mean, like you said, she knew, I, was discerning. Um and it wasn't like a huge surprise, but it was tough for sure. I'm Roussette in the front yard and she was crying. Yeah I, you know I tell people sometimes loving God means giving up other things you love you know, and that can be part of it, and so I just I just explained it all terror and It was difficult but we were able to stay friends after that. Did she did she tried to talk you out of it like maybe just become a deacon. Yeah. Well, that's yeah that's exactly what she said. Good job. I can't can't you be a deacon and Being Deacon is a beautiful call you know but you gotTa do what the Lord is asking right you don't just want to try to have the best of both worlds or something. Yeah. That's not being deaconess a specific call permanent deacon and marriage specific call and specific call you know. What makes you do what the Lord asked so definitely, a tough conversation to have There's actually kind of funny because probably. Like like, I, said we we talk and once but not a lot and then when I was a deacon, I get a call from her name pops up on my phone and I was like well, this. This is wild this about answering choose to hey how you doing talk for a minute and said Hey I'm looking for a priest for my wedding and I was having a hard time finding one. Could you help me find? said. Yeah I. I know some guys some guys who could help you..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"'cause I, I remember seeing you all. The two of you hanging out at the Feast Day Celebration Eighteen. The Feast Day you both had your sunglasses. You're those are two pretty. Cool you. Had A corvette a convertible that day that they wanted us to drive around. That was a fun day. We took a little Spin Bowler Ryan. At the top down. So that's awesome. So you mentioned your your home. Parish Wears that Saint Paul the Apostle in Nassau Bay small little town right across from NASA based on the water, and that's where my family lived growing. So not too far from here. From here. It's not bad at all. Yeah, and have you been there all your life pretty much. I mean I was born in Iran says pass small little county outside of Corpus Christi. Texas Okay we moved here my dad's work when I was four. So Houston's pretty much all I've all it ever known. Do you have family still they're? Not a lot now pretty much everybody has has moved has moved to. HOUSTON. So all three of my brothers are still in Houston I've I have two sisters in Austin nobody's too far which we have cousins and stuff. So how many brothers and sisters do you have? There are six of us six of okay. Number five, hundred to six, which is a good place to be. Because by the time your parents have have their fifth kid. They don't care that much money can do whatever you want to do. So. Yeah it was it was nice. Number five number five. So the first are if you don't mind asking boys. My Sister Lauren Show Austin married has kids on the next as a boy, my brother he's married lives in Lake City close to Nas Albay. Another brother also lives there. He has three kids married, and then the older sister who's married lives Austin near my other sister she's getting ready to have her first, which is pretty cool the first kid. A younger brother, who's a merchant marine working on a boat up in New Jersey right now. So for the next like five or six months so be on that boat. Wow, that's cool. Yeah. So growing up were you the most likely to become a priest? Your parents look at you that's a question. You know it's interesting because I no I don't think. So I, two older brother Martin in the one who's married now has two kids everybody thought he might be the praise like I heard that growing up like, Oh, maybe Martin will be appraised and you know you had a deep spiritual life, an altar server growing up, but this could Catholic girl obviously is married now So I think it became a little bit out of left field when I was I was Kinda discerning. Growing up how old how old were you when you first had the faults of becoming a priest? Yeah. You know they like we do here they pray for vocations at mass and increase vocations, and even when I was like ten or eleven as an altar server I, would think like I wonder what that means, what that would look like an aftermath people would say like. You'd be such a cute little priest you know. I like girls. That's not gonNA happen. So it really wasn't until I was sixteen and went on silent retreat for the weekend..

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"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"david michael" Discussed on In The Pews

"Father David Moses. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me been looking voided this. So Father David Michaels that that's that's pretty long. It feels weird to call you father David. But the Michael it's still a little long though, but it doesn't sound right if just father David. Does definitely a mouth. Yeah. What happened was my well I when I was in the womb before I, was born my mom never had the gender of the child checked of she just kind of new art that it was a girl. She just knew Abigail the for the entirety of my time in the womb and that finally came out and my mom you know they handed or the baby and Abigail Abigail your boy. And I didn't have a name for three days actually, and on the third day my sister came in and said like I'm not going to sleep older sister and baby has a name, my mom and dad like we're we're exhausted. So like you're GONNA have to deal with it and the thing is my dad always wanted to Sunday Michael He loved the name Michael Okay and so each of my older brothers when they were born, he was like, can you please named Michael and the problem with my mom and data guy in High School Michael that. If you named one of her sons Michael and he out that he was like a middle school boyfriend but she thought that if he found out that he would think that she was still into him. So she kept shooting down Michael and finally with me, she really loved the name David my pressure for Michael. So they combine the two and I've always gone by both honestly David Michael growing up like swim team there was this one time they were calling our names for this event. and..

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CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

All Things Considered

06:10 min | 1 year ago

CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

"But we're going to start with the concerns of workers in meat and poultry processing plants last Tuesday president trump issued an executive order requiring meat and poultry plants to remain open during the pandemic it was issued to quote ensure a continued supply of protein for Americans on quote but this comes as some of these plants are becoming hot spots of the virus according to the centers for disease control as of the end of April nearly five thousand meat and poultry workers in nineteen states tested positive for covert nineteen and that's just what we know the CDC says not all states with confirmed cases in these facilities provided them with data and that's in addition to other limitations like the lack of a nationwide testing regimen and this got us wondering about how these workers could be protected as they work through the pandemic to help us better understand this we've called to people with first hand knowledge of the industry David Michaels is the former head of the occupational safety and health administration OSHA he's an epidemiologist by training and is currently a professor of public health at George Washington University welcome professor Michael thanks for joining us very happy to be on your show today also with me is marked Lawrence and he is the international vice president and director of the food processing packing and manufacturing division of the United food and commercial workers that's the union that represents workers in meat processing plants he's also a former hog slaughter Mr Larson thank you so much for joining us as well hi Michelle it's good to be with you today to professor Michael I'm going to start with you we we wanna know that OSHA issued guidelines for how meat and poultry processing plants can keep workers safe is this the strictest form of rule making that the agency has a I mean are these enforceable or these just recommendations no they are purely recommendations and that's really the problem and we've had recommendations from OSHA and CDC for several months now the plight of those plans but the fact that we have thousands of workers who have been infected and many who've died is hopeful proof the recommendations aren't enough with all she needs to do is issuing emergency standard and not just for meat processing but for the whole country country as we open up on Friday she tweeted out enforcement guidelines regarding workers in meat and poultry processing plants and it encourages plants to follow OSHA safety guidance within the department of labor issued a statement saying that state and local governments can't close them down for not following these guidelines so what does that mean exactly the department of labor's job is to make sure workers are safe not to protect employers from lawsuits here when they make workers safe but that's what the labor department saying that they want employers corporations to follow the guidelines but local authorities kept close them down and actually that they will intervene in a lawsuit on behalf of the corporations let me turn to mark Lawrenson out Mister Larson I know you're talking to folks since since the outbreak occurred I know you're talking to workers so what are they telling you are they are you hearing from from people have any of these social distancing guidelines been brought into play have workers been spread out are they wearing protective gear and and and the like the problem is we have a hidden miss enforcement and and people that are well our employers are willing to to follow those guidelines so we have a hit and miss in some facilities will have people largely because of absences now that we can spread out and we can institute of physical distancing but because we have no clear guidelines where we have to have certain standards throughout the industry it's very hit and miss so to learn some of the stick with you for a second the CDC came out with a report last month after touring a pork processing plant in South Dakota this was the Smithfield plant that had an outbreak of corona virus has become a hot spot in that state you know one thing that stood out is that the report said that some forty different languages were spoken are spoken among the workers there and so can you just give us a picture of who is working at this plant and you know are there mechanisms for you know educating people about worker safety and their rights and proper procedures there do you understand what I'm asking yeah so the meat packing industry has always been jobs that are are very diverse large immigrant populations refugee populations find it is a it is a place to land when they first enter the United States so we do have an awful lot of languages that are spoken in any particular plant and it could be different dialects and different languages and different facilities so in the CDC comes out and says there is a communication problem there's always been a communication problem and it's incumbent upon the employers to know who their work force are and to communicate that well where else do you think that people should know that they might not know about this industry these workers are hard working individuals that have showed up to do their job even in tough circumstances before this and they have been deemed essential employees we should be treated as essential employees not as sacrificial employees and don't forget that even post code nineteen this country who's deemed these workers as central is going to have to take care of these workers on the on the mental health side because we're seeing a lot of mental health issues that are starting to pop up this is Michael's what what are you going to be what are you going to be looking to S. plans either re open to continue to operate in the next couple of weeks as us as the story continues what we're seeing in some communities where there is testing is that the rates of disease are just skyrocketing and I suspect we'll receive that more and more as testing becomes more widespread OSHA will step in and say you have to do better in the fall she doesn't do that you know Congress is looking at the legislation saying that OSHA must step in and issue mandatory guidelines and I suspect that will become a front and center discussion does other industries open up in all of these

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"david michael" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Tonight with Joe Gotcha. And lease wheel. What does he stand for? It is not this is not the AFC show. But it sounds for Alexandria, Cossio quartet. Okay. Well, the near post now reporting this is so hot in my fingertips right now. This is a hot story. That her campaign may have a legally paid her boyfriend through a political action committee. They're known as Pax during her congressional race Republican group alleges in a new complaint with the EC. Okay. So a Republican group is alleging this. So this is there may be a political aspect to this. But they're complaining not just going to the press and saying this happen. It's going right to the FCC, right? Of course, the Federal Election Commission. So the Coolidge Reagan foundation alleged in the complaint that brand new congress pack paid a Cossio Cortez's boyfriend Riley Roberts. I don't see her dating a guy named Riley Roberts. That sounds a little bit to clean to me. You know, Riley Roberts a alliteration never trust that never trust a guy, by the way, who has a first name last name might not Larry David Michael old Tom Brady, I'm telling you, if you're a single girl, you meet a guy who has a first name last name rule them out. Go the other way, go the other way never play poker against a guy. Yeah. Yeah. Well, maybe not him too old for you. Anyway. The point is a never played cards against a guy named after a city and never okay. Examined sit down and Johnny Detroit. Sitting back across me. You don't wanna be there? Johnny detroit. All right. Trevor Dallas you're out of there. Trevor Tatler, you'll get smoked believe me. Okay. Well, I'm not I've lived it. If you've lo que now the truth comes out. It's a line from teen. We'll all right. Well, it anyway, rob Riley Roberts, they allege. Yeah. Marketing surface services after the pack was hired by her campaign, under the third party pack to pay her boyfriend may have violated campaign finance laws alarm for the Reagan foundation told the post it is totally illegal as a candidate to hire family members people, you know, to work for you. But they didn't do that the attorney grand total of about six thousand dollars. Yep. As I've said on this show, lease I take campaign finance violations. Very seriously. This should lead to the impeachment of a. Oh, see.

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California, Jack Bevan and Saint Bartholomew discussed on

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

California, Jack Bevan and Saint Bartholomew discussed on

"Tainer that's a very big concern because we're like an oven today with low humidity and strong winds la county fire inspector david michael says the wind really causes a lot of trouble fire of predictable very difficult to be able to fight meantime residents all across southern california have to worry about the wildfires and they have to figure out how to stay cool they get the workout stunning quickly that's for sure early he don't go early it's too hot at least some relief from the california aids expected on sunday the atlantic seasons first hurricane barrel is headed for a weekend push into the eastern caribbean jack bevan's with the national hurricane center hurricane watch in effect for the a tropical storm watch in effect for the islands of martinique guadeloupe saint martin and saint bartholomew from the big storm threatens island still struggling to recover from last year's storms puerto rico's governor has declared a state of emergency the washington post reports twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts suspending more than one million accounts a day in recent months major shift or lessen the flow of disinformation on the platform cbs news technology analyst larry magazine many of the the count that are being taken off line are actually fake accounts or box that automatically tweet in some cases thousands of times a day motivations can be economic they take an awfully political including four and attempts to try to influence american election is the rate of account suspensions has more than doubled since october on wall street the dow jones industrial average gained nearly a hundred points the s and p five hundred was up twenty three the nasdaq climbed nearly a.

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"david michael" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on The Bugle

"Emails now and we have this coming from david michael jim well proximity to twenty first century you never know and he sent us a link to the story of kim jong un in the south korean leader meeting in a bid to salvage the talks with the the us and he writes i don't mean to imply coz alyce but the news below just minutes after pair of bugle saux was spotted in north korea and he sent us a photo of himself while on a tour of the demilitarized zone took when she went to the joint security area and was a conference room straddles the north south korean border and he is wearing bugle socks on the north korean side of that border as we left you said a special convoy quits came in shutting down all tours for the rest of the dice of that is the power of the bugle soak andy i don't know how i feel about that i genuinely don't know i mean i feel itchy about it but i feel ichi about everything but i think i feel in my soul about feel i mean on one hand what a great privilege to be associated with socks in north korea but also who's listening to us andy like other real serious real serious people in real serious places listening to this bullshit andy we need to reassess our if you listen to it backwards it's got absolutely rigorous solutions to how many listeners we have in north korea please do what we've briefly had one do they have electric city in north korea or are they listening on hand cranked ipod.

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"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Owner of the constitution void without this all the reservations of particular rights privileges would amount to nothing right so to me those two things work hand in glove right i i agree with you the the founding fathers intended a more limited federal government than the one that we have but i think what they thought the mechanism was to preserve that limitation was by having the judiciary truly be a coequal branch of government and have the power to declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the constitution void and and and in particular right you've got your you got hamilton arguing against the bill of rights later but saying look protecting rights isn't meaningful it cannot be accomplished unless we have an independent judiciary somebody that's not subject to the whims of the of the majority that can't be voted out of office because we don't like them but but is separately tasked with the charge of of making those rights meaningful yeah i think the the argument using the same federalist paper the other way that i've read is that the manifesto under of the constitution was an extremely limited federal government that very specific powers and if they ever stepped out of line there's a judiciary there to stop them right and so it's it's difficult when you when you you can take a reading of the constitution and take two things away from it and then you have a different definition in your head of what manifest tenor is so and again i it takes historical scholars to really get to the bottom of it but but i think if it really you know if you're not taking a position on originalism than it's kind of the what they meant back then doesn't matter as much as as that our laws have adapted with our society and in some cases where we got it wrong we have corrected it but for the most part the laws adapt or at least i don't know i i have a habit of trying to oversimplifying arguments which probably driving new nuts.

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"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"What are founding fathers intended again on a larger scale right they certainly didn't intend for the supreme court vindicate the rights of black people because these people were slave owners right they wrote in the three fifths clause into the constitution but but again that that i feel like all of this helps buttress the the view that i'm offering which is yeah thomas jefferson's views on racial equality were not particularly enlightened thomas jefferson's views on equality as a principle we're incredibly enlightened and i like the fact that we have a society that protects the second and not the first and i'm stunned that we have people on the supreme court that want to validate the first and not the second first of all you know over our nation's history what has been more successful at social progress i think there's pockets of both right we we have examples of where we say the judiciary is leading the way we have some other examples where congress actually act added and made some bold moves sometimes we thought we were making social progress like getting rid of alcohol that didn't work so we fix that too but i think when even look back to you know you're in the federal is papers what is the purpose of the court it was to make sure it was a check on congress to make sure that congress was not trying to pass laws that would affect a minority position so no congress you can't differentiate between religious groups you can't i mean as an example right you're not allowed to do that it's it's yes to apply to everybody or or nobody and so the the purpose of the court was to keep them in check and make sure that wasn't happening so i think it at some point than it might have been around the nineteen thirties is when that changed a little bit to say abbott we're gonna expand the scope of that definition a little and again i'm not saying it's necessarily wrong at that happened we have to know our history but feels like the scope expanded to then say okay even if there isn't even if congress hasn't passed a law that is infringing.

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"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Right like if if one of the things that you're worried about is the idea that belong will remain unfixed right that the supreme court in twenty twelve might say one thing and then in twenty nineteen might say something else my argument is that originalism exacerbates that and the reason that originalism exacerbates that as it says the only thing that matters to the originalist is their view of what they think the objective definition of the particular terms of that provision of the law are in light of their interpretive framework which is you know going back in time and mentally asking the whoever voted for how they would have ruled and because that is such a a vague and hopeless enterprise in in my view which is an argument i haven't developed yet but i'm sure we'll get to than that that means that the next justice to come under the supreme court can do what neil gorsuch did and as far as i know we were the only outlet that was raising this huge red flag when neil gorsuch was on the tenth circuit court of appeals he said god i'd love to be on the supreme court so i can show all those idiots that they were wrong in the chevron case and overturn chevron deference that's an astonishing thing to admit in print as a circuit court justice right throughout our nation's history that would be seen as disqualifying to serve on the supreme court to say i think the entire weight of history of know and it was thirty odd years at that point that that it's just it's plainly wrong and i need to get onto to to fix that that that that our current what again what i would consider the mainstream model that jurisprudence of principles whatever institutionalizes a respect for the weight of history that prevents you from sort of vacillating wildly from from one pole to the next and helps.

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"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david michael" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Yeah i'm not sure that i would agree with that but why don't we why don't we try it this way one are you give me a definition of originalism and then we can sort of stake out the positions from there okay that's great great idea so i i would say we have to start with when when i think of what a law is or when i think about a statute of any kind and you can you can say this is the constitution or the the laws passed under the power given to the constitution the thing that that's very great about america is that those get passed by the representatives of the people so people send we elect leaders to go and they say these are the laws we're gonna make an if we ever really want to solidify law that we make an amendment to the constitution and that's what it looks like and so you can go back and read very specifically what is it they did why did they do it so for example the fourteenth amendment if you go back and look what is the fourteenth amendment i mean just bring it up on wikipedia everything will say this is one of the three amendments to you know part of the reconstruction movement after the civil war i mean it was very intentionally designed to make sure that slavery really ended and that we really did give african americans right to vote that was the purpose of that what that has now become the amount the federal government has grown over the years because of that i just think if you went to the people trying to pass the fourteenth amendment and started telling them hey i wanna let you know what this means what this means is that the first amendment that really only limits congress from you know passing laws on religion and free speech will will now have to the fourteenth amendment that's just gonna apply to everyone every public office and i don't think people at the time thought of that i don't think anyone at the time would have thought that bypassing the fourteenth amendment that would lead to government mandated health insurance for example right i there's there's just no way that anyone would have thought that is how far the power was going to reach from that original time i so i.

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