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Fresh "Durban" from Seattle's Morning News
"Cloudy skies currently outside these Carter Subaru studios were at 46 degrees, double headlines for you. The latest numbers from the CDC show nearly 6.3 million vaccine doses have been given here in Washington, researchers say they are cautiously optimistic for the Southern resident killer whales that swimming The Puget Sound. Oregon State University professor John Durban tells the Seattle Times over the last several years, the J pod is in better condition than it has been for much of the decade. Pierce County deputies would like your help identifying a car Prowler who got away with a stolen gun and Bellingham Police are looking for an 11 ft totem pole that was stolen as it was about to go on display outside of business. A $500 reward is offered to anyone who comes forward information leading to the second thief's arrest and totem pole recovery. Coming up next hour of Major U. S. Fuel.
Fresh update on "durban" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"And you're about to find out why it got our attention. This particular wine may have been bottled in France, but it's spent the last 14 months aboard the international space station. The idea was to study how weightlessness affected the aging process of this bottle of Patriots. Another wines from France. Absolutely. Yes, white writer Jane Anson got to taste one of the bottles when it came back down to Earth alongside an identical bottle that stayed on the ground, she tells France 24 calm but again following the killer, the one that had remained on Earth. Me was still a little bit more closed a bit more tannic, younger on the one that had bean up into space talents have softened. Find you at 10 Grand Bottle. Patriots wine from France isn't half bad to begin with. Other tasters described the space age wine is having the taste of rose petals and the smell of a campfire. Bottles weren't the only wine items sent into the atmosphere. They also send some vines into the outer reaches. Michael the Bird is a space biologist. What happened? In addition is that these canes which came back Growing much, much faster, then the controls. I can just hear the marketing now more wine in less time, one of the perks of living in outer space. One bottle of this space wine will go up for auction. Christie's expects it will fetch as much as a million dollars. After all, you're next opportunity to taste wine from space may not be until we colonize and plant vines on Mars. Brian Calvert colonias. And Lacey Police had to kill a £200 bear roaming neighborhoods this weekend, they received several reports of the bear running and alleyways and in between houses Saturday morning, they say they had to kill the bear to protect people who are outside, including families at Rainier Vista Park and some encouraging news. About workers that swim in the waters of the Puget Sound. Oregon State University professor John Durban tells the Seattle Times that J pod generally is seen improvement and is in better shape than in the last decade, though he warns the progress is fragile common whose time is 6 40? Time to head over to the beacon Plumbing, Sports desk and Matt matins and with our sports headlines, it was the Rangers offense that prevailed in Sunday's finale against the Mariners. Texas wins tend to two Elsewhere, Braves lead the Phillies 5 to 1 in the seventh in the books cardinals over the Rockies to do nothing. Padres top the Giants 11 to 1 Astros take care of the Blue Jays, 7 to 4. And soccer. Sounders beat the timbers to toe one big second half from Seattle with a penalty goal by Raul Radius and a header by Freddy Montero and Churchill Downs is suspending trainer Bob Baffert and Medina Spirit could be disqualified from this year's Kentucky Derby win. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission notified the Hall of Fame trainer on Saturday that Medina spirit tested positive for beta methods own after the race sports at 10 and 40 past the hour. I'm at Madison Co Moh news. Hey, everyone! It's Laura from Proven winners. It's time to get out in the garden and plant have you started yet when you're ready to fill your patio planters and aqua pots? Remember it's proven winners. Flowers in the white pot that really go the distance and flourish from spring all the way into fall there my go.
Scientist says new virus variant may be more deadly
"President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says he's concerned about a new covert 19 variant emerging in South Africa. The new strain has led to a surge of new cases across the country and CBS News got a rare got rare access to a team of scientists investigating it. CBS is Deborah Patta takes a look. Virus hunters in this high risk. Biohazard lab and Durban are hot on the trail of the mutant strain spreading spreading at at breakneck breakneck speed speed across across South South Africa. Africa. The The virus virus has has mutated mutated to to attach attach Maury Maury easily easily to to human human cells. cells. The The disease disease is is no no more more deadly, deadly, but it spreads more easily. We don't believe that we're going through a new pandemic. Yeah, which variants that not only transmit much faster. But that also potentially has left neutralization. Genetic scientist studio de Oliveira discovered the new variant after observing a dramatic uptick in infections in November. South African hospitals are overwhelmed mortuaries overcrowded and burial plots in short supply, The elevators, colleagues and the highly secured lab have developed a live culture of the strain to speed up research. The new strain here seems to have the ability to reduce the effectiveness of antibodies in people infected in the first wave. By how much so tenfold would be conservative. You can also have complete knockout with a B No. Responsible. That's right. This'll means that those infected in the first wave could have little protection from the new strain. Even more troubling, it could render some of the vaccines less effective. It's clear That we've underestimated this virus on the other hands. D evidence is not there yet that vaccines will be affected and certainly People should keep vaccinating because that's the solution. Too despondent here at the country's central lab scientists traced immunity is only part of the problem results on just how effective the vaccines are against the new strain, aren't you for a couple of weeks, but in the future? Vaccines may have to be tweaked every now and again to protect against mutant strains. Just like the annual flu
Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Speaks At Virtual Global Climate Conference
"Leaders, governors, mayors, CEOs and Even the pope marking the fifth anniversary of the Paris climate accord in a virtual conference. The event was co hosted by the United Nations, the United Kingdom, France, Italy in Chile. L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti at the online gathering. The Paris agreement is a covenant among nations, but its consequences play out in our cities. So we as mayors have stepped up to lead. From L. A to London from Durban to the car, See 40 cities of established their own road maps to achieve the Paris goals. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledging to cut emissions by at least 68%. Over the next 10 years. President Trump announced three years ago that he was withdrawing the United States from the climate accord. President elect Joe Biden says the United States will rejoin once he takes office next month. The
Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Moving in Right Direction, Party Leaders Say
"This morning Democrats getting behind a scaled back stimulus toe. Try to restart talks for more. We're joined by Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller, professor Good to have you on with us this morning of morning where it seems like stimulus hopes. Spring eternal. But how much hope do you put in Speaker Pelosi in minority leader Schumer backing this bipartisan legislation that was worth about $900 billion it was put forward this week. Good morning, agent. Well, I mean, I think that they recognize that the you know the whole country is being hit really hard by this, but that they're the areas that are you know, traditional sport of Democrats are getting hit again really hard, and they had wanted direct aid for states and cities. They couldn't get it from Trump. They're not going to get from Senate Republicans. So basically someone like Durban and represents Illinois Big City like Chicago has to make a decision system Majority Minority Leader and them hard party and say, all right, we gotta get something you know if we you know, we especially unemployment, either top off or extension or some combination of those things on. I think the Democrats want to get what they can and not turn this into the first battle that Biden have the face once he's inaugurated. Is this about the pandemic, getting to the level that it's at now? Or is this a dose of political reality, given how the election turned out for the house, particularly with Democrats losing seats in November? I do think that the Democrats are not looking at a scenario that they hope to be looking at come January, which was a majority Democratic Senate and then picking up more seats in the house, where they could really, you know, right from ticket with Biden, so given that that's out the window. Even if the Democrats take one or two of US Georgia seats that's still not really a likely scenario you can control the Senate, barely. I have a very razor thin margin in the house now for the Democrats, So yeah, it's a political reality. But I think it's also about what they hope Biden can achieve What becomes president and taking one really big thing off the table before he starts that job, and I think that's a big incentive for them because then they could turn to things like infrastructure, which would also help the economy. Well, what's your sense of what President Biden could achieve. Given the realities of what Senate control is gonna look like either way, depending on how the Georgia run offs turned out, it's going to be a razor thin margin, no matter which way you slice it, and the president elect has said. Whatever gets past if something gets past, but during this lame duck session is going to be a down payment. For something much bigger. Well, right. I mean, this is what you know. Obama wanted a much bigger stimulus than he got in 2009 as well, and he had all three chambers. It's a very hard thing, particularly with it, you know, $3 trillion deficit and rising. So I mean, I just think one of the key factors. Both parties were looking at Tau look towards 2022. Because that's where both parties are looking right now, at least in the Congress side is that suburban voters were willing to split their ticket. And very noticeable voted Republican straight down the line voted for Joe Biden and maybe because it in like Trump. We don't know for sure, but they were willing to do that and then vote for Republicans in other offices, knowing that they're willing to do that means that they're up for Gramps, and I think that's the serve Achilles heel for the Republicans in blocking everything for Biden. I don't think they think they can do that and still safely hold onto the seats they want to defend in 2022, so that's where Biden and the Democrats have a bit of a bargaining advantage. In trying to get moderate proposal through that will help Cove it will help the economy will make suburban voters happy. I'm curious to get your take on how Biden has been starting to fill out his cabinet. Now. There are reports that he plans to announce his health team next week, and one of the names were hearing for health and human services. Secretary is someone that you're familiar with in your home state of Rhode Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo That Gina Romano has done in an outstanding job in a very small state, but a very, very heavily densely populated state. So she's been dealing with sort of a big outbreak for a long time It subsided. Then it came back. She's been excellent communications and made some missteps very early on in terms of summer management with nursing homes, as other governors did, but generally speaking, has had very high approval ratings and has been thought to make this situation much better than it would have. Then, so she shown leadership in a very stressful time, And she's also communicated really well about why she's doing what she's doing. And I think any pick for HHS secretary has to be an excellent communicator because you have to basically explain the American people why we're doing what we're doing, and when we're doing it, and she's been doing that so consistently, and then it helps bring her state's not complete compliance. Bring her state along in a way that's been relatively successful. Are you surprised at all that, at least so far, we haven't heard any names of Democratic primary opponents on any of Biden's Cabinet shortlists. Well, he can't take. I mean, really. He just can't take anybody out of the Senate. Right? So that takes worn out that takes Sanders out. I know Sanders. People are very disappointed about that on. I think that's what Bernie was hoping for debris Sanders was hoping for, but you just can't take a Democrat out of the Senate. Even the Democratic government still can't do it right now, so that makes sense to me. I think people usually think people wanted him to get something he may still get something There's been talk about veterans affairs. But remember, you know, the Republicans have been relatively accepted to buy these choices so far, except for one choice. Neera Tanden for O M B. I think that's going to hit some some bumps along the way. Probably big bumps. But generally speaking, he wants a smooth Cabinet confirmations, You know process. So anybody who's super politicized more to the left of Biden for a top job. It's just probably out of the question, given the composition of the Senate. Only about 30 seconds left here. Do you think Attorney General Bar is on borrowed time after the voter fraud allegations from President Trump? I think during her borrow, looked ahead to the future and decided does he want to leave the Trump administration with any shred of credibility? And I think this move was designed to show that he wouldn't be try to leave with credibility and confirm the election knowing he's gonna leave anyway. And, you know, thinking about what's next so that he gets fired doesn't get fired. I think what he did was forward thinking for him. Not Miss Ellie and President Trump. Thank you Always could have you on with us. Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller with us this morning on
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker says Madigan should step down as party chairman
"And growing push for Mike Madigan to step down as party chair. Here's Bill Cameron just two days after his fair tax went down. Pritzker is joining Senator Durbin insane than Mike Madigan should step down his party chairman. Look, I agree with Senator Durbin that opponents were able to tap into voters concerns about corruption and Their lack of trust in government. There are really challenges there and you know that I have proposed significant ethics reforms that I know that the Legislature needs to take up the Republicans and the billionaires that sided with them were, you know, effectively able to use the speaker as their foiled when asked if he agreed with Durban that it's time for new leadership. Pritzker simply said Yes. Cameron, a $90 U. S news.
Charlotte, the Ghost of South Africa's Nottingham Road Hotel
"DC O'Rourke. And this is hauntingly yours. Here. We all are together once again tuning in for yet another episode to learn the World's haunted places 4 episode 12 you and I will be putting on our safari gear as we are headed to the coastal province of wait for it off Hulu guitar in South Africa. This is truly a beautiful beautiful beautiful location guys. It's known for its beaches. It's mountains, it's Jose Jimenez that are full the wildlife. It's definitely a must-visit location. If you need a place to stay well, why not look into the office in Nottingham Road Hotel just on Old Main Road legend has it that there have been establishments on this site since 1851. Before that's a long time. There was a not he's in or Tavern situated here that provided a hang out spot for soldiers who were stationed at nearby Fort Nottingham. The soldiers they were brought in for one mission in particular and that was to protect the local farmers from the thieving Bushman who were coming around and stealing their livestock. Apparently it become a real problem in these men did absolutely whatever they could to put an end to it. The overall location at this establishment, but it was ideal. It was actually able to cater to the mini horse-drawn carriages that passed through the area. This was a long before way would even be thought about the First Recording. Thanks about the hotel. We know today indicate that the land for the noughties as locals like to affectionately call. It was bought by a George Irwin around 1889 following the deaths of landowner James Ellis and his sister Jani-King the land being sold by the facts to pay off the siblings the States. What was the price received for that land a whopping sum of 125 pounds per acre. Wow. This was actually mean pretty steep for the time. My guess. It has that it had something to do with the favorable Loco. chicken I mean we have to stop and look at the fact that it's pretty much at a Crossroads where the road to the interior leads to the road that takes you straight to Fort Nottingham door window. He went on to a ranked what he called the Railway Hotel to serve the station that was built at the tiny Nottingham Road settlement. Local farmer and settler George Smith. Yes, Smith s m y bhe he writes in his diary July 12th 1882 off. The railway has it lasts commenced and there is a large staff of men on gallery busy putting a buildings in beginning the Earthworks. The station is to be just at the cross the road for Nottingham about two miles from straight turn. The railway line finally reached out to him Road at the end of 1885. The station was initially called Harrison's Camp after the contractor prior to the station's opening before being called Clark Lewis station. However, the name was changed to Nottingham Road station in 1887 as the locals decided that it was too far from karkloof to be so named previously Littleton was the last stop the real we changed the lives of the Midland settlers forever. There was a daily postal system and almost anything they needed could now be ordered from Durban or. It's Burg produce from the area could be quickly sent to the city centers for sale and travel between the coast and the interior was a matter of hours rather than weeks or days the railway also led to the development of the Midlands as a viable area for settlement that my opinion is always a great thing. The Railway Hotel was built by a mr. Morgan and was completed at the beginning of 1891 and it soon became the center of social activity at Nottingham Road. A gracious two-story building was set and rolling Lawns the hotel offered guess the Comforts of proper lighting package tennis courts and a Billiards room as well as activities such as shooting and horseback riding at the turn of the century another family took over the the last name Singleton. They would go on to run the business as they saw fit. But Nottingham Road Hotel was always the local favorite haunt weather for a social drink in the pub or for supposedly more serious matters such as meetings of the Dead Nottingham Road Farmers Association. Apparently, the farmers will often only survived home safely because they're faithful horses knew the way back to their Stables off the the system works smoothly until a prankster swapped the horses between the different traps and cards. So that drunken farmers were taken off in completely different directions often the locals would decide to stay over at the hotel especially at the weather was bad. One such farmer a Christopher groom was trying to reach the hotel to Shelter From a storm. He was unable to reach it in time and was unfortunately struck by a bolt of lightning just down side right where the first tennis courts were located in his dead horse were actually discovered some time later when the storm had passed over the bridge just man quite unaware of his narrow escape a hole was found straight through his saddle and it showed where that bolt of lightning had struck. Like all hotels or the history the Nottingham Road hotel is reputed to be haunted. Of course right in the past two guests and staff have reported that the spirit of a woman roams the hotel especially room 10:00 and it's ground this house proud gentle ghosts. Apparently. She was flower arrangements Tiny's away clothes and straightens wedding Legend has it that she is Charlotte a beautiful prostitute who frequent in the hotel catering were soldiers from the 45th regiment in the latter part of the nineteenth Century, her story says that she fell in love with a regular at the hotel a soldier a handsome man ended up having to leave Charlotte at one point to go off and fight in the Bushman Wars. Unfortunately, he was killed on the fields of battle and birth. Made it back to his beloved Charlotte upon hearing the news took to the balcony of her room and was so stricken with grief that she threw herself to her deathbed. Send story right? I'd say that so pretty it's pretty good reason to come back as a ghost. She's not the only one that lurks around in the darkness though God. Oh, no as it would turn out Charlotte. She's just the one who likes to appear the most. Today not he's is one of the Midlands more popular hotels. It's dark and cozy it has a wood-paneled pub with Rory log fires on colder nights and and it offers tasty pub fare and beer on tap while the more elegant dining room doubles as a multi-purpose room off the bedrooms are comfortable in a spacious Garden offers a relaxed place to enjoy a sunny Midlands afternoon.
San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres
"Of course, a disappointing lost by the San Francisco Giants. Today. 62 to 6 runs nine hits in San Diego two runs seven hits for the Giants three home runs by but Padres in this game two T's hitting his 17th. On. Tommy Pham had his third and then Mitch Moreland hit his second. So back to back homeruns solidified the wind in the ninth inning. Ah, big loss, and I think it was kind of a hangover yesterday after that, the second game of the double hitter. When the Padres came up with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on the trend, Charism home run and it just took the life out of them today. They just didn't have any spark with their bats. They just couldn't get anything going. Ah, baserunning steal by Du Bon and the fifth there was a blunder. They're trying to go from 2nd and 3rd on his own. He got picked off a third and they only had a couple chances there in the eighth inning, but the baths were silent. They only had seven hits on the On the day belt had to used Rimsky had two floors had won and Durban had one. And that was it, So their offense kind of been stymied. It just looked really dead today that this just looked defeated before the game even started. So we could talk about that game because a lot of things have happened now since the Giants lost 6 to 2 There now. 29 30. They must win tomorrow. That's the first thing the Brewers lose or the Brewers wind and knocked at cards to 29 29. The Giants will win. They'll be forcing ST Louis to play a double hitter on Monday at Detroit. Then the cards have to drop both games for San Francisco to get in. It's a scenario the Giants are eliminated with the lost tomorrow automatically. So 1st 1st things first they need to win to Marjorie Smiley on the hill for the Giants. We still don't know who the Padres they're throwing out there. There might be a bullpen committee game that means nothing to them. The Giants need to put a win together somehow some way tomorrow and watch what happens. Milwaukee is playing ST Louis. They beat him today.
Harris mentions Indigenous people in DNC speech
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. The Keystone Excel pipeline hit a snag earlier this year when it's water crossing permit from the US, Army Corps of Engineers was vacated by federal judge the core ask the US Supreme Court to lift that order but the high court declined the fast track permit was a problem because it did not require extensive environmental review. Now, TC energy has applied to the core as well as the fish and Wildlife Service for permits that will undergo public scrutiny Victoria. Wicks has more Transcanada or TC. Energy has applied for permits the keystone xl pipeline under the Clean Water Act t C. as requesting those permits from the US Army Corps of Engineers and from state regulatory. Agencies in South Dakota Montana and Nebraska TC has also applied to the US fish and Wildlife Service for what's called an incidental take permit under the Endangered Species Act that allows the pipeline company to harm or destroy endangered or threatened species. If the destruction is incidental to the construction operation and maintenance of the Keystone Excel pipeline the species at issue is the American burying beetle in tripp county in South Dakota and four counties in Nebraska. The other permit application to the corps of Engineers allows the pipeline to cross more than seven hundred locations that would affect wetlands and water bodies in its public announcement. The court says it will balance the benefit of the pipeline against reasonably foreseeable harm the application to. The core covers clean water act requirements under section four, zero four. Another section for a one is regulated by states, Montana is holding its own hearings but South Dakota's Nebraska's are incorporated with the federal process deadline for public comment efficient wildlife is September sixteenth and deadline to the course September thirteenth the course says, after receiving comments, it will conduct public hearings and issue its findings later for national native news I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city south. Dakota Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party nomination for Vice President Wednesday night and her speech to the. Democratic. National Convention Harris Mentioned Indigenous People twice once when talking about how cove in nineteen has disproportionately impacted people of Color and when talking about unity. With the Joe Biden. Presidential. Administration this week the DNC native American caucus has been rallying around the party's ticket touting the candidates knowledge of Indian country issues among backers or native American congresswomen, deb Holland, and cherise. David's here's David's speaking at an event earlier this week saying the upcoming election depends on putting people in office who are strong partners for native communities be heard it already, this is going to start with as electing vice president, Joe Biden until the White House and I know when elected vice president going to continue his commitment he's already been demonstrating it during his campaign, his Minton, the communities and I know he's going to ensure that the federal government upholds promises and obligations. Treaty. Treaty, obligations to Indian country in that native voices are going to be at the table they're to be. Heard in the ice levels of our government and. That's right now native participants of the Convention have discussed a number of Indian country issues from climate change to youth empowerment, messing and murdered indigenous people cove nineteen and the native vote. Thursday's the final day of the Convention, the native American Caucus will me and bite him. We'll take the stage to deliver a speech. The Cherokee nation has lost a treasured linguist among contributions. Durban feeling wrote the Cherokee. Dictionary. Helped get Cherokee syllabi on smartphones and developed language teaching materials feeling passed away this week at age seventy four. I'm Antonio, Gonzalez.
With Barcelona In Turmoil, What Does Messi Want?
"For some time now there's been turmoil inside the world's biggest soccer club. Has. Barcelona drops two points. There's no chemistry and this team I mean the really isn't news of mortem. Oh and just the last twenty four hours, six board members resigned caught up in the middle of it. All is the team superstar Lionel Messi. Is. Not Happy with the way that things are being handled. He's not happy with the club's right, so he now is coming out and saying so. Today, the Athletic Durban Corrigan joins us to talk about what's going wrong at Bursa. What messy has had to say about it? And why the shy superstar kid sometimes make things difficult. The problem is that if you go to messy and say, what do you want massive himself is able to articulate exactly what he wants.
Amid virus, Congress' leaders resist call for remote voting
"The government's telling Americans to avoid crowds bigger than ten as the Senate opened yesterday's session there were eighteen people gather on the floor of the Senate including number two Senate Democrat Dick Durbin why are we here under the circumstances Durban's among those saying Congress needs to use technology to avoid big gatherings G. O. P. chief Mitch McConnell says the Senate will deal with social distancing without fundamentally changing the Senate rules rules requiring votes be cast in person on the house or Senate floors remote voting is a non starter for McConnell and according to those who've talked to work house speaker Nancy Pelosi yeah I will not be doing that Sager met Ghani Washington
Proposals To Ban Fracking Could Hurt Democrats In Key States
"Top Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both call for a ban on fracking. This is the controversial technology that has helped create a major oil and gas boom which president trump often brags about on the campaign trail as voters in New Hampshire head to the polls today. NPR's Jeff Brady took a look at the debate over this divisive issue. Here's a message Bernie. Sanders was delivering even back during the 2016 campaign. We've got so put an end to that position. Is One reason. Olivia free. Wild was recently at the University of New Hampshire holding a clipboard and stopping students. Clementines I do. She's a volunteer with the New Hampshire Youth Movement and the Sunrise Movement which has endorsed Sanders. A student scrambled a class. I ask free. Walled about concerns than an anti fracking candidate could alienate moderate voters in the general election. She says she gets that that question. A lot especially from people in my parents generation. I just hear them being scared and I hear them not. Knowing the full scale tale of the crisis we're facing scientists warned that carbon emissions must be reduced quickly to avoid the worst effects of climate change for free walled and fellow activists. The solution and is a complete transition from fossil fuels. The oil industry has taken notice. We hear the noise. The energy debate of the chatter the American Petroleum Institute. TV Ad shows a millennial age man at a diner watching protesters in the street. Then it argues the oil and gas. The industry is part of the climate change solution to natural gas. The US is leading the way in reducing mission. That's true in the power. Our sector where natural gas is replacing carbon intensive coal fracking has made guest cheap and plentiful Mardi Durban with the US Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute says banning fracking would interrupt that progress and cost jobs that I five years. So you're going to lose. Nineteen million jobs around the country trie. That's based on a chamber. Study that predicts job losses well beyond oil and gas fracking ban supporters though. Imagine a much different future with a big big increase in renewable energy jobs. Durban and others in the oil industry aren't trying to change activists minds instead. They're focused on moderate and swing Ling voters. Who could decide the next election in a closely divided country. The middle of the electorate understands our needs for energy itself for it to be affordable for ought to be reliable and to clean. But there's a problem getting that message to moderate and swing voters now. Pollsters say they aren't really thinking about a candidate's climate. I'm it changed your energy policies. Mita Patel in suburban Philadelphia is a good example right now. She's undecided sure. Who is the other candidate that I'm comparing trump against Patel voted for trump in two thousand sixteen and Barack Obama before that asked about how a candidate's abuse on fracking will affect her choice. Tell says she's thinking more about the cost of health insurance now. That's the first thing because that does affect a lot more people people like energy and everything. It's going yes but everyday life is affected by health but in Pennsylvania natural gas is big business and trump won the state by less than a percentage point in two thousand sixteen democratic leaders worn a nominee that vows to ban fracking could lead to another trump. Win In this November. Jeffrey N._P._R.
Slave trade remembrance concerns all humanity
"The history of the global slave trade concerns all humanity as has it impacts on modern societies according to the assistant director general for social and human sciences at the u._n. Cultural organisation unesco go now dr al-nashif was speaking to you and news ahead of the international day for the remembrance of the slave trade and its abolition celebrated needed annually on the twenty third of august twenty five years ago unesco launch the slave route project resistance liberty heritage a landmark initiative if that helped break the silence rounding the slave trade and slavery and a komo began by asking nada alma chief about the impact of the project given the origins of unesco our foundation obviously with the u._n. System on the ruins of the second world war <hes> creating peace in the minds of men and women was the ultimate <hes> core of the constitution and the fact of ignoring and obscuring major historical <hes> events with something that we wanted to redress and this was the hidden history of course that unesco wanted to have societies come to terms comes with and we believe that much of the issues actually remain today <hes> what's happened twenty five years ago. I think the most significant achievements were having decided to pursue this in a scientific way. <hes> we chose a a concept of route because of the dynamic movement that's his implicit <hes> and i would say that we have managed to foster to raise a much bigger awareness of the ethical but also of the political socio economic the cultural consequences of this entire exchange of people in civilizations <hes> we have prompted home to the development of research universities publications of books <hes> many pedagogical materials films and of course this <hes> many many debates and public engagements <hes> so and i think by giving the slave rate this universal dimension <hes> we have made sure everyone everyone understands. This is not a partial history the history that concerns the whole of humanity and we need to <hes> to discuss it. Maybe if i can just add a <hes> two things was a main accomplishment of the project was the fact that <hes> it's contributed to the recognition of the slave trade and slavery as a crime against humanity entity which is a specific category of crimes by the world conference against racism racial discrimination xenophobia in durban south africa two thousand and one <hes> and then also it allowed to advocate for the international decade for the people of african descent which is ongoing <hes> now <hes> and <hes> to which which we have many many attributes among them. I don't know if you've seen it but <hes> we contributed to the erection of a beautiful permanent memorial dedicated to the victims of the slave. They've trade inside the compound near the visitor's entrance one of these essential aspects of telling the history of slavery. It's not forget it so it's not repeated what lessons can be learned more. Specifically amongst the use wendy are exposed to the history of slavery and slave trade. Unfortunately as i said many of all of these issues are recurring and so it is very important for us at young people understand the caroline. <hes> as i said this is about freedom. It's about human rights. It's about dignity <hes> and it's about the culture of emancipation and what we want to do is make sure that young people in particular understand how we can see memory in a positive way i mean despite all the pain that is in memory and the healing that has to happen <hes> we want to turn this into a constructive pivots for young people to know what must not happen again and i think fighting thing racism in particular is a very important part of what we do so <hes> some things is for example making sure that people understand that these <hes> <hes> now. We have things that we call sites of memory. It's bringing everything to the surface and especially investing. I think for young people into understanding this as part of cultural social heritage we have now a label which was created in two thousand and thirteen cool site of memory associated with the slave roots and we have excuse of memory in africa and south america north america europe indian ocean and the caribbean we have produced resource books for example food and the handbook for new approaches in interpreting and representing slavery in museums again. There is a lot of exchange. Now and young people are participating participating from the perspective of cultural expression <hes> about how we represents this issue in these public domains all of that is very important and maybe <hes> maybe finally under this thing. There are many cultural creative activities that we enjoy today that come from the resistance of those who were enslaved slave. I wanna talk about jazz reggae hip hop kappa wera <hes> and i think these are all methods through which we reach younger the people <hes> more more intimately. I think and more profoundly what do you think it's the role of the artists specifically in with the healing the pain that comes with this period of history well. I think artists have a remarkable obviously for for for unesco cultural expression is a core commitment but it's also a corps belief <hes> in the sense that we rely not on our artists so we have a fantastic coalition of artists who've been working with us <hes> on the general history of africa including understanding slavery in fact for <hes> today marcus miller the great jazz artists recorded according to the message for us <hes> his voice is an easy amplification of the messages. You know so we have material. We have the scientific evidence. Don't we have this study but the artists in their own creativity. I think can reach a much wider audience <hes> so that's in the sense of music and art but also these new issues that we're trying for example the concepts of tourism of memory you you know the idea is to help develop a tourism <hes> which helps to sensitize visitors to various countries around the world where there's already a lot of movement and we we are trying to rely on artistic insights as to how to make those experiences more accessible to ordinary people <hes> and i think this is all a very big role was for artists who have been very very generous in extending their support to us <hes> four events or advocacy mainly as the until reaching out to many many parts of the population. Can you talk a little bit onto obstacles encountered and <hes> what our future prospects of the project the difficulties of course are the fact that it took a long time for us to <hes> billions the body of knowledge we have an international scientific committee tea and it took time of course to build these specialists that who come from very different backgrounds and regions <hes> in fact they are this scientific the committee meeting today in china and then on where we launched the original project so <hes> you know when we met for the first time the project was conceived conceived in one thousand nine hundred ninety four in bene- it was widow and we have an event today in rita to commemorate that <hes> but <hes> ah the subject matter one of the challenges of course it's subject matter is very sensitive. It is very emotive. It is <hes> deeply deeply psychological. It is traumatic. <hes> so the notion of bridging conversations of facilitating the exchange exchange is very very complicated. We were in a meeting in virginia last year where the estates monticello president lincoln and so on are very active in the issue issue of reparations now but to get to that you have to come to tom <hes> with the legacy itself first of all and another another challenge is the acceptance of the recognition so we had someone come from for example the university of wisdom which is just understanding now that many of the oldest most wealthy families bristol made their money from the slave trade so the accountability <hes> understanding <hes> <hes> how this approach needs to be sensitive but very clear <hes> because it is about human dignity she and the end is very very complicated <hes> and then i think what we'd like to do you need to link to the fight against racism and discrimination because there are many new forms of enslavement and exploitation. I mean it's it's milt true <hes> that this is something of the past i think until the mid ninety s we thought of slavery as a thing of the past but we now understand from the human rights campaigners from many ngos there are many forms of contemporary slavery that still exists and there are many governments still working on anti slavery <hes> and i think this is a little bit the the future what we'd like to do is to understand given this relevant how we can really <hes> further. I think popularize is knowledge and focus for example on initiatives that helped cities to develop philip affirmative action policies how we can work with lawmakers to repair or correct historical distortions <hes> and how we can really <hes> put together coalitions of people who are committed to making a change in the spirit of the poor commitments commitments set any of the united nations but the broader community to human rights in this day and age. We believe that the burning issues that we face in today's the world if you read the headlines just today in fact the new york times <hes> this morning <hes> has an article on what they're calling sixteen nineteen projects which examines the legacy of slavery in america just today but if you look at equity <hes> development human rights cultural pluralism dialogue reconciliation conciliation most of all prevention. I think <hes> what some people have called the black hole in history. <hes> this is what we are dedicated zip through. This is why we have this international day to remind everyone and we look forward to close cooperation across the globe to make this really a marker of never again.
UN Chief: AIDS is far from over
"Sense that winning the battle against AIDS is a done deal has been slowing progress on reducing new H._I._V. Infections and in reality. It's far from over according to the chief of the U._N.. Agency dedicated located to tackling the virus and what's more Gunilla Carlsson the acting executive director of Human AIDS says if we forget about people at risk such as intravenous drug users men who have sex with men and sex workers we will not solve the problem with the rise of new H._I._V.. Infections affections in an interview with you a news. She said although world leaders had signed up for an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty. If we don't walk the talk we might not get that Miss Nelson spoke to this graffiti. I think that there is this notion as if AIDS eights is over and it's not we still see an increase in new infections and we are still having seven hundred seventy thousand AIDS related death in two thousand eighteen so it's far from over and I think the complacency seeing the feeling like this is done that has slowing down progress that we actually have done in the world it also illustrates a precarious picture with some countries making gains while in others new H._I._V.. Infections and AIDS related deaths are on the rise. Can you speak to that where we see progress. It's good but it's not fast enough and the investments and the interest needed should be accelerated. I think because we know what helps and what can make a difference and that's when we put communities at the center. Boy That is when we we really try to address those people at risk where we see an increase in infections it is where they are lack of protection where there are no rights where there are no access to treatment and care yeah we are there happened to be discrimination and perhaps sometimes criminalization whether it's a lot of stigma and in some parts of the world new infections are especially rising in key populations six workers men having sex with men people living in prisons people injecting drugs transgender amber partners and if they are excluded I mean they stand globally for fifty four percent of the new infections in the world so if we tend to forget about people at risk we will not solve the problem with the rise of new HIV epidemic these people at risk because of stigma and discrimination. They're still being marginalized also with regard to prevention services. How can that be addressed? I think to have a good discussion around around H._I._V.. That this is about sixty it is about a virus that can be treatable and preventable and I think also if we are trying to shy away from it and hide it we're also losing a big bulk of the young populations and still too many kids are dying of AIDS related deaths due to that they don't have access to treatment so it is a complex issue but it's getting even more complex and dangerous if we are hiding away from and that's why the stigma and the risk of people hiding eating because they feel ashamed is also something that we have to address. This is nothing to be ashamed about. I think at sometimes even more than just being ashamed some people are afraid to mention it because they can be stigmatized and even violently hurt. That's also why. I'm admiring a lot of these young people than I do me too and I'm traveling so I was outside Durban in a little village call him lassie and I met with a nineteen year old lady called Ziva and her mother Potiskum. Both of them are HIV positive and this nineteen year old. She was not hiding away from it. She said I'm H._I._V.. Positive she was talking about this with her friends and the likelihood in that region because now we're talking about South Africa in KwaZulu Natale all were up to one fourth of the young girls below twenty five years carry the virus it is a huge epicenter as there are brave people in the communities start to talk about it. It can also normalize it in one way and then make sure show that people have access to treatment that they know how to protect themselves not spreading the virus and that is also part of where we have to have a good global discussion around this but the risk for many many others to hide and not disclose. I think it is because the the communities the environment on not helpful enough we have to end that we have to end stigma and discrimination. I know in South Africa L._G._B._T.. Rights enshrines in the constitution but in many countries it's illegal so I would imagine that many people if they're H._I._V.. Positive and they're not supposed to be gay to start off with so how do they get to this point. That is a problem when you have laws that discriminate against certain sexual identity entity or where you're not allowed to have access to services. I must say that there are countries that still have it in their laws but from a humanitarian and from a health perspective or making it possible for example gay men and transgender. People to access services and healthcare but that's not everywhere we spoke about South Africa South Africa's very progressive they have seen a decline both in new infections and AIDS related deaths since twenty ten so they are addressing it fully fully but not at the speed enough and they are having a full-fledged approach but many other countries are exactly as you said they are discriminating and that means also that it's very hard for those individuals to access treatment in time according to the report Howard Children Faring I think we failing the children in two thousand eighteen. There were seven hundred seventy thousands AIDS related death. Still I think many people doesn't understand that it still a health threat but one hundred thousand of them where kids below fifteen years and about half of the kids of the world that are living with HIV are not having access to treatment they diagnosed or they don't even know some of them are diagnosed. Some of them don't even know there has been a huge success when transmission mission to mother-to-child an understanding preventable programs but still it's not enough and that's why we are talking and the leaders of today have signed up to an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty and I think if we are not working the talk we you might not get there. That's why AIDS at this period of time in this global update are actually sounding the alarm bell. The report also points out that available resources for H._i._V. is drastically falling. Why is that and what will be the impact? Many reasons for example that global donor community have many other challenges as well and money for development cooperation and foreign aid is kind of drying up what we also have seen that it's a D. investments in the HIV response to early so in two thousand eighteen the available resources declined by one billion U._S. dollars and that there is a huge financial gap now why seven billion newest honoring total and at the same time the domestic stick resource mobilisation that the capacities for countries themselves with high epidemics have not enough resources and systems to carry on the treatment programs. The donor community now really has to think about successes made and don't D- Invest Invest too early because this is something where we really can say that we made a difference there is a good economics also in doing more to ending AIDS Global Health Threat by twenty thirty but it will need resources on all levels you have recently stated the urgent need to increase political leadership in order to end aids. How can that help and how can it be done? We see politically have to be more understandable that AIDS is not over and perhaps also talk about sex to talk about relations to talk about not discriminate and also to stop violence against women and girls that is also part of what's driving the epidemic and that is what I call political leadership so talk about the reality and to put H._I._V. Into a context because it's not only about fighting a virus it is actually about changing society and that's why we are so happy to work with the communities and give voice to those that knows how to change that trends. In two thousand thirteen you served alongside Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and David Cameron and others on the Advisory Board for the Post Twenty fifteen developments agenda. What was the H._I._V.? AIDS situation like back then as compared to now we discussed is that not abandoned the Millennium Development Goals because they were unfinished business on the role of women in development and especially those that H._i._v. was not over and it should be inherited into the sustainable development goals so that's why we now have a big agenda where we have still the promised to end aids as a global health threat. It's still there and we know that we can do that. When we also spoke about these issues it was about the role of women in society society? I really feel sad to know that six thousand two hundred adolescent girls and young women are infected every week and they are phone available because it's also part of an equal power relations. It is about sex it's about violence. Sometimes it's about lack of resources it's about nonconsensual sex and we spoke at that commission a lot about addressing the needs and the roles of these young people in this society is is to give them voice to give them power and to be part of development but when we see the increase of new infections H._i._v. in these groups we have to say that we are not doing good enough on all levels and also to make sure that we can end this figures but we have to do better actually hosa deputy secretary general I mean Mohammed was part of this commission. We also spoke about violence against women and it is not only about mass violence. It's not only about rape. It's also about domestic violence so there are many reasons.
Dell shareholders back return to the public market
"We're taking a look at sales returned to the public markets in two thousand thirteen the computer company quit the NASDAQ in a controversial twenty four billion dollar buyout. But now five years later and after a fierce fight among some key shareholders. Michael Dell's technology company is set to listen to the new York Stock Exchange are US editor of the lex column. Sajida in that talks to Amy keen about what's bringing the company back to the public market. And why some shareholders resisted the deal? So G starts with what prompted Michael Dell to take his company private just a few years ago. So dull, obviously, it was the famous stop. He c- maker Michael Dell started the company in the eighties. When he was a college student and his dorm room at Texas. It was hot company for a really long time. But say ten years ago, you know, the PC became much less important smartphones were here, the the iphone and the like, and so he ended up spending like fifteen billion dollars between twenty ten and twenty twelve trying to turn delicacy off company, a much broader tech company, the market hated that. It's down shares like twenty five percent between twenty ten and twenty twelve and around the same time he had met this guy. Egon Durban who was a private equity investor to firm called Silverlake, which is a Silicon Valley based buy out firm, which is quite prominent both in Silicon Valley and in Wall Street and doing these buyouts, and they happen to be neighbors in a Wii. And so they had the idea that they could take Dell private buy out the public shareholders, and then reinvent this company and private so through the course of twenty thirteen the announced the deal and. By the end twenty thirteen they were able to tail private at a twenty four billion dollar valuation is very controversial a bunch of shareholders protested because they thought Michael Dell was a CEO, and he knew things that no one else did. And if he's buying why should we selling? But ultimately, they're all able to push the deal through and Dell became a private company in late. Twentieth. Thirteen and so if you fast forward five years Dell is going to be coming back to the public markets. What's changed? What happened over this period? Yeah. So the whole plan was to turn around and reinvent the company, which they did very dramatically Silverlake is a private equity firm. And so they have investors who are pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds and endowments who after five seven ten years want their money back. So it's natural for companies that go private like delta to relist again. And so what they've done in the last five years is that they really did till it turn del into this like one stop shop for corporate IT department. So they bought most prominently EMC, which is a tech data vendor for sixty seven billion dollars. They offload. A divisions that didn't fit anymore, and they've turned into this company that really can go up against Cisco HP and IBM and companies like that Sajid in order for Dow to have the backing to list again this time in the new York Stock Exchange, they company needed shareholder support. Can you walk us through what led to the vote that took place on Tuesday places start with that as we have to go back to the EMC deal, which happened 2016 EMC was a sixty seven billion dollar company. Dell was big it was perhaps thirty forty billion. Maybe at the time twenty five something like that. So it was private. So we don't actually know what the valuation was. But the point is he was much bigger. And so two by all of EMC offered their shareholders to things that gave them twenty three dollars per share in cash and the gave them a piece of paper called tracking stock to track. Another company called VM ware VM where was majority owned by EMC was also listed. So eighty percent of this company that was listed was owned by EMC Dell couldn't afford to buy all that for cash. And so they said, you know, what will give you this piece? The paper called tracking stock in VM ware, and it will reflect our interest in this company VM ware, and it should trade roughly in line with with VM ware. And so this piece of tracking stock which was publicly listed or traded called deviant t was created UNC shareholders got it. And for the last two years. It has traded has gone up quite a bit. The problem is it's always triggered a sharp discount to the pure VM ware stock big del wanted to go public again. And so the way to do that was not a traditional IPO where they just go out and sell shares of Delon people by that in like an under written offering what they wanted to do was take Dell shares a private and then swap it with Devi shareholders who would get the new Dell paper and through that transaction. Dell would again be public company. The problem was how do you actually value DVD, and that has been the fight for the last six months, let's say it's been particularly contentious who are some of the key sort of people fighting. It's interesting TV. Mt. Is like this weird security. VM ware is hard to understand. So not survey. Rising Lee its biggest investors have been hedge fund. So most prominently call icon had a big stake Elliott, the very high profile hedge fund that gets in these kind of fights. Was there a bunch of other kind of brand name twins were involved in the Soza a fight really between for the last six months to throughout the terms of this reverse merger IPO between these big hedge funds, and then Silverlake sedans had the benefit over these last few years of not having to answer to the public markets not having to release quarterly earnings. How's it looking like, it's gonna trait? That's a great question. So part of the fight that's gone on with this VM ware. Tracking stock called Devi MTA has been there's really two issues around it one VM ware. Let's say one hundred and fifty dollars per share company. The tracking stock has traded say around one hundred or one hundred and five so thirty forty percent discount. So the whole of that tracking stock one want to be made whole sort of get a value that approaches at one fifty the other half of the fight in the more complicated. Fight is a big portion of this. Deal is in this del stock which is suddenly going to be public. How much is that worth since it's private there's a big disagreement on how much that is worth. The delta worth quite a bit. The hedge funds have been skeptical. And so that was really the core kind of fight that just got resolved a came up with a clever mechanism to sort that out. But if you look at the actual numbers, and where Dell's going to trade at least initially the Cordell business businesses, not going to trade at a very high multiple. And so Michael Dell who was frustrated five years ago about his valuation is probably going to be frustrated now again, and so the question is do shareholders publisher holders now mutual funds, and the like do they kind of Dopp his vision on how Dell is going to really compete in this new IT market that they've been remade. And they're right up there with Cisco, and Microsoft, and the others or is this going to be thought of as a slow growth business that has this corporate governance problem with private equity firm who still there and Michael Dell who have super voting shares? We're going to take advantage of us. So the real question is now. Hey, the public. They got this deal done our daily at the benefit of the doubt or not. All All right. right. Thank Thank you. you.
Trump now says he accepts intelligence community's findings after Putin meeting
"And MLS number thirty thirty facing bipartisan criticism for his performance at a summit with Russia's. Vladimir Putin President Trump says he, misspoke, at their joint news. Conference of men to say he saw no reason why it was not Russia that interfered. In the two thousand sixteen elections at the White House, this afternoon the president also told reporters he supports the intelligence community findings about Russian cyber-attacks totally clear and saying that and. I've said this many times I accept our, intelligence, communities conclusion that Russia's meddling in the two thousand. Sixteen election to replace other people also he again denied, that his, campaign had colluded in the, effort Bill Cameron has Senator dick Durbin take on. Trump's claim he misspoke, Durbin took to the floor of the Senator called Trump's claiming simply misspoke a damage, control event you demand at, Trump release a transcript. Of Secret to our meeting with Putin and he ended this demand President. Donald Trump can no longer refuse to disclose his. Income tax returns he did it throughout. The campaign is refused to make disclosure sense we need to know his financial. Relationship with Russia and the oligarchs of Ladimir Putin there has to be more to the story than we know today and it's. Time for this president to, come clean Durban and also Chicago congressman Mike Quigley, are also demanding more federal. Aid to help the election agencies across the country guard against Moore Russian meddling Bill Cameron WLS AM eight Cook County judge is setting a. September, trial date for Jason Van Dyke the.
South Africa: Hawks Investigate 'Elements of Extremism' in KZN Mosque Attack
"Indeed that's isabel hilton editor of china dialogue is what else we keeping an eye on today the us has imposed sanctions on six people in three companies it says have ties to iran's elite military force the revolutionary guard corps meanwhile the iranian oil minister says that the us decision to quit a multinational nuclear deal would not affect tehran's oil exports in south africa police are hunting for three attackers who slit the throat of an imam and starved and seriously injured two other people that ashir mosque in a town just north of durban yesterday the sailors also set fire to the mosque before escaping in a getaway vehicle and bob look for eurovision funds in china the european broadcasting union the ep is barred mango tv one of china's most popular channels from broadcasting the popular song contest after it blurred rainbow flags and sensiti twos during the first semifinal on tuesday mongo also decided not to air performances by the irish and albanian entries the be used justified the ban by saying the censorship was not in line with its values of diversity this is the globalist stay tuned.
Public Health Experts Criticize Trump’s Proposal to Seek Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers
"The allstate showcase studio we are going to send it to news now right at this moment it is one am and this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tune in again one o'clock at here's rob martier senator dick durbin pushing back against the us attorney general telling prosecutors to pursue the death penalty for drug related crimes durban was at a hearing of the senate judiciary subcommittee on crime and terrorism and says the opioid crisis does not discriminate i've been all over the state of illinois there is no county to rural or small there's no suburb to wealthy to avoid the opioid epidemic and with laced lacedin it is deadly absolutely deadly i've never heard anyone say that they can look at a pill and determine whether federal is included the hearing entitled defeating nola dressing the deadliest drugs fueling the opioid crisis addressed the opioid epidemic across the country and the trump administration's push to increase criminal penalties for federal traffickers to chicago men imprisoned after convictions resulting from the actions of corrupt police sergeant again face drug charges ben bakers drug conviction was overturned the charges against him dropped in two thousand sixteen after he'll edged he was framed by former sergeant ronald watts tomorrow lewis served five years in prison on a drug conviction the forty five year old baker faces four federal counts of distributing heroin thirtythreeyearold lewis now charged with a single count of selling heroin as thousands of national guard troops deployed to the mexico border us attorney general jeff sessions brought his tough stance on immigration enforcement to new mexico or a group of southwest border sheriffs were meeting sessions ticked off stories about smugglers being caught with opioids and cocaine at the us mexico border and legal loopholes that have encouraged more immigrants to make the journey facebook ceo mark zuckerberg things regulation of his company is inevitable but still came to capitol hill prepared to defend against proposals he thought went too far in two days of congressional testimony though he rarely had to some legislators touted their proposals for privacy protections but acknowledged there's no consensus on capitol hill on how to proceed following the cambridge analytica scandal that broke last month wgn sports final game of the series between.
Facing backlash, Miami Dolphins owner says he won't force players to stand during anthem
"Love to so here from berry jackson of the miami herald speaking of rivals love barry he knows it miami dolphins owner stephen ross said tuesday he will not make player stand for the national anthem this year contrary to quotes attributed to him by the new york daily news on monday the daily news news quoted ross's saying all of our players will be standing for the anthem in the two thousand eighteen stevens season not so ross said tuesday in a statement to the miami herald and other media outlets quote i have no intention of forcing our players to stand during the anthem and aggregrate that my comments have been misconstrued i've shared my opinion with all of our players i'm passionate about the cause of social justice and a field at kneeling is enough ineffective tactic that alienates more people than it enlists i nor players care about the military and law enforcement to because i've seen the same players who are fighting for social justice engaging positively with law enforcement and the military i don't know which true here it sounds like our man is at a crossroads walk in a back a little well but i i don't know i don't know was true here okay i don't know what the new york daily news if they're ride you've got the fake news element i do no whether they're stand by their story or or printed correction but stephen ross is saying in that statement a this is not true but then he saying but i kind of agree with it that that's a weird statement that way he saying hey no no no no no i didn't so i'm not forcing anybody sandberg kind of agree with the idea of forcing them to stand even on with social justice he's trying to take every side it's y the mafia owner of the ravens says i only said mafia owner of the ramos because i don't know israel may bushati i was making a scotty america that thing that you durban coffee that's why that guy says pray for us when he's thinking about signing kaepernick he says pray for us now there's a report also from the new york daily news that a military official warned the ravens about signing capper nick.
"durban" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"The same group democrats republicans were senator dick turban alleged okay i guess i got ahead of myself so that's that's where the two days later when the s all countries came in then all the big crazy chaos about how how dear trump call some places a astle's because they are then january fifteen this is last week trump tweets senator dickey durban totally misrepresented what was said in dhaka meeting deals can't get made when there is no trust you know like the trust of hey this is a closeddoor meeting let's have opened dialogue with speak from our hearts let's talk like that and then keep it like that in a durban blue daca and it's hurting our military the next three day senate democrats demanded a solution for the dreamers in exchange for their votes on another bill that would keep the government running so they're trying to get this big bill the governor the government funding sources about to run out they have to have to get this thing approved and if they can't get the whole thing approved the the anna put into the budget then they don't get then we we have to stop we run out of money so then they the democrats are demanded solution before they would vote on the continuing resolution service hey we can't get this mopped up now let's just get continue revolution resolution the keep everybody funded for a couple of weeks while we're finishing when the senate took out the house measure that excluded the deal for the dreamers many democrats rejected it failed the built fit with a failed bill to keep the government open the next day government enters the shutdown thumped on entente ontong uh you know once again shutdown not a big deal i keep thinking to myself wow shutdown wouldn't be so bad because we're twenty trillion in the wholesome able save some money but we don't all those people still get paid anyways even if they're not working it's almost like they're just getting a vacation your your thoughts my thoughts are my thoughts are they shouldn't get paid i think first.
"durban" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The bad hombres and that's a really sad commentary so listed american public it's not about the wall schumer offered them awad dick durban take durban to his credit it must have been filled difficult for him but he went there and bargain would lindsey graham in a bipartisan way and went to the white house and offered them a law and what did they say no we want more because we wanted the port eleven million people and we wanna stop anyone from coming to this country legally as an immigrant really is that trump position deport eleven million people stop anybody come to the country including those who won't come your legal lease at his position now on the second day's this happened two day shutdown abc blamed trump and the gop force trump campaign even released this inflammatory suggesting the democrats will have blood on their hands democrats who stand in our way we'll be complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants the democrats accused the president of negotiating in bad faith negotiating with president trump is like negotiating with jello they insist the shutdown is proof the republicans aren't fit to govern he promised infrastructure he gave us attract this this abc bang back and now one year anniversary trashing trump bring republicans by a wide margin even though as mick mulvaney points out there are only fifty one votes in the senate you need nine more to get anything done in terms of the budget a big fat failure f offer that igf 1 year after president trump vowed to end washington gridlock once and for all the time for empty talk is over he way that tone and tenor of the abc reported meanwhile a cnn panel says natural gas voters might not forget about the democrats role in the shutdown within five were public cans voting against as from states where trunk carried it so i mean this isn't a giant gamble is that i think is a huge gamble on the democrats part because if you read the new york times story this what cnn panel torn it's clear democrats are hoping that in november people forget about the shutdown that's what they're gambling that people forget about this and they feel like they need.
"durban" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Durban in graham brought him the wet dream comprehensive immigration reform bill that they have wished forged since the bush administration and it promptly got blown up out of the water before that happened durban and graham walk in and they see the arch enemy stephen miller they hate stephen miller trump assistant trump uh aid the he's very much anti illegal immigration and there were some republicans in there for some reason dick durban thought that it was this going to be him and graham in are going to be walking in there and presenting mr trump and trump's going to go find a and the i can live with that and they're off to the races and it didn't happen and that's when everything blew up and they're probably was more profanity in that room than just that one word and you might ask yourself a why is senator graham why didn't he join this cut cafonave people ripping into trump for using the word or for misrepresenting or whatever and i think the reason is and i'm wild guessing years old take it under advisement but i think the reason is that they figured out trump new with ever up to an senator graham doesn't want to be on trump's bad side he spent too much time now getting to know him and cultivating a relationship durban doesn't care durban's out there he said this said this is i never seen any worse i never heard anything worse this is beyond the pale is the worst thing ever been part of this is this is horrible stupid chain migration comment scouring african americans because all i can think about is coming over slave ships in chains and so for this descended into ridiculousness but senator graham has not joined that cacophony of criticism but what happened was that they they they they brought trump the centrally a trick and they were stunned that he didn't fall foreign match wide durban was was so angry and mad and senator graham thinks it's still possible that's why he's not doubling down and that's why he's out there saying today donald trump is not racist you could be as black as.
"durban" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Happened durban ingraham walk in and may see the arch enemy stephen miller they hate stephen miller trump assistant trump uh aid the he's very much anti illegal immigration and there were some republicans in there for some reason dick durban thought that it was this going to be him and graham an are gonna be walking in there in presenting mr trump and trump's going to go find and now the i can live with that and they're off to the races and it didn't happen and that's when everything blew up and they're probably was more profanity in that rome than just that one word and you might ask yourself a why is senator graham why didn't he join this cut carfully of people ripping into trump for using the word or for misrepresenting or whatever and i think the reason is and i'm wild guessing years old take it under advisement but i think the reason is that they figured out trump knew what they were up to and senator graham doesn't wanna be on trump's bedside he spent too much time now getting to know him and cultivating a relationship durban doesn't care germans out there said this said this is i've never seen any worse i never heard anything worse this is beyond the pale is the worst thing i've ever been part of this is this is horrible and they're stupid chain migration comment scouring african americans because all i can think about is coming over slave ships in chains and so for this descended into ridiculousness but senator graham has not joined that cacophony of criticism but what happened was that they they they they brought trump essentially a trick and they were done that he didn't fall foreign match wide durban was was so angry and mad and senator graham thinks it still possible that's why he's not doubling down and that's why he's out there saying today donald trump is not racist you could be as black as the halos white is in it doesn't matter what matters is if you're a nice to him you could be.
"durban" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Sleep clean is room this is then causes new article the virtual signals signallers have been out in force lately putting in museum quality performances ever since receiving an unsubstantiated report report about trump's alleged asshole comment or us all countries comment in a private meeting at least all the raging sanctimonious is based on a solid source the claims of one guy with a track record of making up things said in private meetings that's right are far boy from illinois our democratic senator from illinois dickey durban headline on politico durban confirms trump's asshole remarks during meeting wow so he not only leak the remarks he confirm them just a few years ago both the obama white house and the republican house leaders denied gibbons claims that a republican congressman had said the president obama i cannot even stand to look at you before people who denied that trump use the word 'shall are trump himself homeland security secretary cursed the nielsen and senators tom cotton and david purdue they been required to retract nothing about the meeting none of them have a history of being contradicted by both republican and democrats over claims they made about a private conversation media why are senators cotton and perdue lying about what was said at the meeting when it comes to trump are media have thrown the rule book out the window they make it up as they go along the virtue signallers are so proud of their anger tears in profanity over trump's alleged remark they've taken the complementing one another about their own performances you're hossam no you're awesome of hand i ju meanwhile i can't help but notice that there are some great openings for their kids and haitian public schools in brooklyn we'd love to really but we've made other arrangements after pulling strings waiting for years and paying.
"durban" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of children being put in harmony lane getting a call for called that's it optus democrats you know what i didn't understand with the graham durban offer is i'm pretty sure graham in durban knew that this was a negotiation that this wasn't the final deal and that they assume that the white house but then say okay look come back collect that's what i never counter an and i see are ninety nine percent confident that that would durban graham spot that's they would do with i think that the first the first compromise wasn't gonna get accepted called negotiation and then for some from the president just sit back now forget it make me a new first author which when you're in any sort of contract negotiation when you have when you're in that situation then you start to worry that the people your negotiating with actually don't want to do a deal now i don't know if he wants to do a deal i do not have any insight into this meeting yet because i am in california but when i get back i want to find out because i i have no idea how it went off the rails to you chuck look i have my sense is that i do believe grandma durban does not know they were why other people we're going to be in i think they thought they they had and then when they saw that they plan at that point i guess it's my understanding some of it we some of it is sort of gets it is it was inferred them at that point then you have then all of a sudden everybody's distrustful of each other graham and durban her test right they're just sort of egg think about a situation where you something walk into a room and you can expect a group of people to be there that are there and then you are being but i'm that so then all of a sudden that elite after that cow anger angry talk happy but felt fourletter words lives so at that point than everything gets believed in an arc here i will be watching on sunday morning on meet the press to see what the latest is the best sources talked to chuck every day and i do mean that every single bent.
"durban" Discussed on Here & Now
"This is the bill that senators lindsey graham and dick durban negotiated last week let's listen to schumer so i have a challenge for president trump everyone is talking about how bigoted your comments were last week well actions speak louder than words john your thoughts on on what happened with that bipartisan compromise bill well i think there's two parts of this first of all but bipartisan doesn't mean just one republican in one democrat they're still has to be some consensus and there was not consensus among the republicans much beyond lindsey graham and so that was problem number one number two is and i truly believe that the democrats are not totally sincere in trying to negotiate something the fact that they repeatedly just wanna go back and talk about the rhetoric that the president use rather than talk about the legislation i think that that shows their hands and number three is bipartisanship means also taking a look at things like the president wants a building the wall and other security measures but the only things the democrats really seem know that they want to talk about our their side of the equation and not look at this can textually from working americans who are here illegally but looking at from people here who are cheer necessarily legally and i think you have to look at it holistically in on both sides well you're john's a reference to the bipartisan bill that came from senator lindsey graham who is no uh you know moderate he might be rational but he's no moderate uh uh conservative lindsey graham and durban came up with a bill senate addict aarp and the democrat came up with a bill that had a bunch of the features you just mentioned the problem is the presence rightwing allies won't allow the bill to go to the floor and present to sign it i'm not sure why that is the case but that's where we ours reason why we're stock well i do think if they remember one thing that a big part of why donald trump was elected was that the 2016 election was very much referendum on who do the american people support when it comes to immigration reform and they had to comply.
"durban" Discussed on KKAT
"I didn't hear it was sitting no further away from donald trump than dick garbin was and i know what dig arben has said about donald or about the present repeated statements is incorrect senator been lying senator been has misrepresented what happened in white house meetings before and he was corrected by a bomb administration official life i durban has his misrepresented a lot of things in if i had to put is tom cotton's character up against aek durban character i'm gonna go with tom cotton i don't think that that's even up for argument on this sets that they're going to go with tom cotton and of course now you have democrats like durban saying well trump the racist that you can if he if he just two and he's crazy but he may not be either of those things if he agrees to dacca i mean if he just does that then he may be totally okay meanwhile bradley manning's running for senate but trump's the one who's crazy right joining us right now my very good friend allen west that everyone knows everybody knows allen west me good grief he's been up a political commentator on american politics for a long time retired us army lieutenant colonel ann as it was just announced he is now a senior fellow at media research center surf so good to talk with you thanks so much for joining me who could be wicked room happy new year happy new year to you i hope you had a great christmas and a great new year now of course here we are right we're not even like a full month into 2018 and we have stuff going on with hawaii and ballistic missile threats and bradley man and wanting to run for senate and and tom cotton verses dig durban let me ask you about i wanna to start there with the remarks from dick turban because um when they talk with the alleged remarks that were made by the president in private and people can have a discussion as to what word was used even if it was used it it it was in a private meeting it wasn't like.
"durban" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He made vulgar and offensive comments about haiti and africa in the oval office several republican senators who were in the room for that meeting on immigration backtracking on their initial statements and now saying president trump is towing the true that's abc's elizabeth her however dick durban over the weekend again saying he was in their room and he knows exactly what he heard that president trump did use the word s whole to describe haiti and some avenue and voted lindsey graham them you didn't come out and say the specifics of clear what he said remember this now remember the white house didn't deny that the statements were made trump was calling people over the weekend giggling about it saying this is great for the base and then perdue and cotton who initially said they didn't remember it suddenly on sunday their memories kick thin cotton said yeah what purdue said emperor do this by the way a known liar in washington purdue said the durban statements were grossly mischaracterizing what was that uh it's just ridiculous it's ridiculous it's embarrassing and senator durban ought to be out today a calling out these two guys as well as my rex samper what is durban on with us he's supposed to be on tomorrow's me i think he's on tomorrow with us is that is that what's happening okay she shaking her does know it's not confirmed yet they were going to look at us get when they schedule has done today they're to let us know this week which statewide laughed all right if difference that out in front of his today for credibility will be because he's gonna be at some of these prayer breakfast today to hill to be okay on about also the president says he doesn't off the government will shut down at the end of the week member that temporary government funding expires at midnight on friday in some functions will be shutting down unless lawmakers reach an agreement on future funding trump wants to increase spending in the military democrats why corresponding increases in other domestic spending at one of the think too by the way you on about the s whole word right i mean the languages what the languages cracked the the main problem here is that the present the united states had we need more people from countries like norway in less people from haiti and africa where.
"durban" Discussed on WTMA
"The sneaky bomb turban durban who routed out trump at a private meeting turban durban himself as you well know is the snitch rat who said that trump said these things so let's assume for them in at the trump actually use the phrase that they say he used about haiti in africa that we don't really want people from these countries because they're known to be destitute and and such so turban durban himself is the switch rat but let's listen to what this filthy bomb senator turban durban had to say about united states marines a while ago and let me ask you something what's worse what trump allegedly said about haiti or what senator turban durban the snitch rat set about us marines let's hear it if i read this to you and didn't tell you that it was an fbi agent describing what americans had done to prisoners in their control you would most certainly believe this must have happened by nazis so be it in their gulags or some mad regime paul potter others but had no concern for human beings disaster turban dirt and it's not the case this is the evil turban the urban miracle was never met a muslim terrorism there he didn't and grace he put down the us marines in the most disgraceful way and then one word in the media except from outlets such as mine and you're going to take this man's morrow high ground the you joking what skills or cultural qualities would haitians bring to this nation why didn't the obamas rent a vacation village in haiti instead of martha's vineyard knee jerk liberal media hypocrites in haiti everyone in the liberal fools from hollywood is jumping in on trump's back from jerry seinfeld is trying to show what a good liberally is while rushing back to his million dollar porsche making believe he's down with the people and the fact of the matter is the left wing in this country as clueless as to what life is actually like in africa or haiti most them if they go to the.
"durban" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"New york wherever who actually agree with donald trump about their homeland which is why they fled it i mean what would you call haiti how would you do ref okay let's take the vile nature of the word the vulgar nature of the word now let's put that aside how would you describe haiti right on an answer to that i don't know anyone who goes to haiti on vacation and my other main point which is a good one is the dominican republic same landmasses haiti i know stotts seinfeld in the study that at the high school of performing on at recognize that they didn't have geography at that time they learn how to roll dube's that was about it and you know how to how to use objection drugs drugs cleanly they didn't get to geography at that that high school of forming art which is why they're so brilliant but the fact ms haiti dominican republic same land mass one nation is relatively okay'd the other one is a while not what trump call it let's call it some let let's find in other words instead of that a a bad place a horrible place the people can live in does that say the same thing but it all started with the sneaky bomb turban durban who rounded out trump at a private meeting turban durban himself as you well know is the snick schratt who said the trump said these things so let's assume for them in at the trump actually use the phrase that they say he used about haiti and africa that we don't really want people from these countries because the known to be destitute and and touch so turban durban himself is the snitch rat but let's listen to what this filthy bomb senator turban durban had to say about united states marines a while ago and let me ask you something what's worse what trump allegedly said about haiti or what senator turban durban the snakes rats said about us marines let's hear it if i read this to you and didn't tell ya than it was an fbi agent describing what americans had done to prisoners in their control you would most certainly believe this must have happened by nazis soviets in their gulags or some mad regime paul potter others but had no concern for human beings disaster urban durban it's not the.
"durban" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Brilliant but the fact measure haiti dominican republic same landmass one nation is relatively okay'd the other one is eight while not what trump call it let's call it some let's find another word instead of that a a bad place a horrible place that people can live in does that say the same thing but it all started with the sneaky bomb turban durban who routed out trump at a private meeting turban durban himself as you well know is the snick schratt who said that trump said these things so let's assume for the minute the trump actually use the phrase that they say he used about haiti in africa that we don't really want people from these countries because the known to be destitute and and such so turban durban himself as the slit tract but let's listen to what this filthy bomb senator turban durban had to say about united states marines a while ago and let me ask you something what's worse what trump allegedly said about haiti or what senator turban durban the snakes rats said about us marines let's hear it if i read this to you and didn't tell you and it was an fbi agent describing what americans had done to prisoners in their control you would most certainly believe this must of happened by nazis soviets in their gulags or some mad regime paul potter others but had no concern for human beings this adds herb in durban south africa this is the evil turban durban who has never met a muslim terrorists he didn't embrace he put down the us marines in the most disgraceful way and there wasn't one word in the media except from outlets such as mine and you're gonna take this man's morrogh highground the you joking what skills or cultural qualities would haitians bring to this nation why didn't the obamas rent a vacation village in haiti instead of martha's vineyard knee jerk liberal media hypocrites in haiti every one of the liberal fools for hollywood is jumping in on trump's back from jerry seinfeld is trying to show it a good liberal eeas while rushing back to his million dollar porsche making believe he's down with the.
"durban" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Discussions apparently there's only one personally think of us you found something else and there's only one person actually came out and said yes he said this dictator even again dick durban like trump has a history of just use these you were lying he'd done especially comes to things other people have said so yeah one liar liar i don't know what 21 a trust there abc report suppressor suggested instead the us should have more people from places like norway whose prime minister he met with wednesday and you've got the muckrakers pastaur is saying wallaby all norway or other white people jumpy short people are black people jimmy kimmel anything said coincidence i think not kimi it is an always quite that simple take a look at the economies take a look at the corruption take a look at the health of people take a look at the uh at the rate at which people are dying in so many of these countries some of them have sadly yo the the youngest mortality rate in the world but he had why do that he he's just uh you know appeasing a up an audio says come to see him you know disparage trump and do them nature and the eln okay fine we invite that it's not all that we do here bite upstate five toon i wanna one seven doused eight eight three nine one o five nine by the way our there's no first hand report from someone who's in the meeting except for i think durban yet durban was in the room and apparently the only one yup so you know there is a plausible deniability here because of silicon reported john fund trump as well so i'm just wanted to do you think he senate i can't see him i could see their wellconceived saying effects what do you think the more with which as.
"durban" Discussed on KOIL
"And everybody knows they're willing to risk their lives to get out of there dirty filthy diseaseinfested corrupt country because it's a spitballs country seat see how that works so president trump yesterday and this this whole thing is credited president trump yesterday invited a bipartisan group of republicans democrats from capitol hill to the white house to discuss immigration and dhaka and border security and chain migration and the lottery and add because the gang of six came up with a durban pelosi schumer special and three idiot republicans decided to go along with it and they should be fired today for incompetence and when they were brought to the white house they were surprised to see that there were some actual conservatives there waiting for them which is kind of fun it was uh senator cotton senator grassley and senator perdue we're all waiting for the gang of six graham graham nasty durban dickey the turban flaky the flake gardner the republican from colorado bennett uh and menendez the he was acquitted it was acquitted menendez so he's not guilty menendez and the gang of six came up with a really bad deal for america but a great deal for the spitballs countries of the world a sold us out all right the republicans gardner and flake and graham sold out the american people sold out the republican base and so on and so when they showed up and this is uh this was a great uh there was a great idea to have the three republicans there to push back and the gang of sex and in the midst of a group of adults having a serious conversation in private behind closed doors the president of the united states eleven allegedly used a word the you've heard the word asshole we're going to say spit ball spitballs so you know he's people why do we keep taking all these people from these spitballs countries instead of like you know from norway or some racist yells the party of the klan racists yells the party of jefferson davis and slavery racist the party of threefifths of a person.
"durban" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The four key parameters that we outlined the president's earlier this week and you just mentioned uh some kind of uh legal protections for the daca population but to deal with the negative consequences of that decision one security both at the border and around the border and uh in sight our country ending chain migration once and for all for all citizens because if you make these uh illegal immigrants newly legal they're going to be able to create a whole new china's immigration and then finally the diversity of lottery which i think most americans now realise serves no real purpose and is even dangerous says we're seeing from the terrorist attacks and new york city that's the contours of a reasonably sensible discreet compromise that will help us solve this immediate problem but also give the american people more trust and faith in the two parties and help build some trust between us and then maybe as the president said we could go back uh you know in the future and past future immigration legislation what sort of screening is imagine for the eight hundred thousand daca recipients senator cotton so that we are assured that there indeed not criminals not felons not violent because nobody that i talk to israeli in favor of repatriating uh the vast majority of dhaka recipients who were in the category of ordinary human being do that that up for debate you know the narrowest criteria would be anyone who currently hold a doctor or permit i think that something just south of seven hundred thousand people uh he likes center durban and senator graham granite center flake would like to see a a larger population be given legal protection say for instance those who have ever held dock work permit if.
"durban" Discussed on Pod Save America
"People much smarter than attorney general the confederate united states jeffrey beauregard sessions many many a legal scholar smarter than him of look at this and believe it is with great confidence that it is legal we would not have done it otherwise right so what can work in people do about this in the senate dick durban and lindsey graham have introduced a bipartisan bill that would offer a path to permanently eagle status for anyone affected by this program so issue collier congress people tell them to get on board with the durban graham bill also call your governors and your tony general's office to make sure that statebystate as these attorney general's of thinking about suing the federal government or or jumping on this lawsuit that you know they think twice so those are things that people can do i also heard by the way that there's reports that trump at the trump administration may be open to a deal where he extends daca in exchange for democrats voting for the wall funding what do you think about that i don't know well i would there's very little that i would not agree to to help these eight hundred thousand people from a political perspective i dunno i really i have concerns about using these kids as leverage and giving trump this win by i don't know the idea of of you know we met a lot of these people as they both pressured brock obama to to make this the to enact this policy and then supported him afterwards and we're on the campaign trail and two thousand and sixteen for hillary clinton and so we know that the idea of these people that we know that we have had a chance to me is i mean it is very the whole thing is so heartbreaking that we are even having this conversation.
"durban" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Some go written triple eight nine two one s a key eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three the board member resigned after telling a sexist joke all you on huffington board member said he made the right decision even though she laughed when he told the joke chicago gay pride has ejected those waving rainbow flag with the star of david even though israel the only country in the middle east were being gave legal and it turns out that it wasn't tend to in favor of conviction of bill cosby it was six six all the more reason not to wastes taxpayer money to retrial i am larry elder the numbers triple eight nine two one s a g e that is a twenty four seven line for free call anytime they are nightly the message make sure your message and under sixty seconds all of that when half chances of your message being played on the air now dick durban says that the reason insurance companies are leaving obamacare's because of well it's because of of of trump basic this is a program that has collapse and senator durban limit if a couple of examples and let you respond to them we think we have a wing put up on the screen on celedes claim increases in a state of maryland blue cross blue shield up fifty two percent twenty teen pregnancy new york forty nine percent the blue cross blue shield cigna in virginia forty five percent anthem in connecticut thirty four percent delaware hammered blue cross blue he'll up thirty four percent those are pretty sharp increases in a then unloaded if the sample sir i demanded to to complain at the criminals may go up under this plan it him to me if they're gone appreciably under the present the jewish though the not the congressional but britain the congressional budget office when they analyze the house approach which is similar to the senate approaches were seen a as the pistons stable and sharon's market and meet there's need obviously for us to work in the individual insurance market place with five or six percent of americans go there but in the meantime when you go to the insurance company executives and say why you pulling out of markets y you're raising premiums they say the uncertainty in washington since the arrival of president trump who from his i executive order has plenty maturity and the affordable care act cutting off the individual marketplace which would expand insurance pools bring premiums down cutting off assistance for those who need help in paying for premiums these.
How Far Have We Gone Into Space
"Display let's see us far hours an bait robots go the board your should back from the 70s uh set out to spacecraft do you want accord you 2 and 1 of them have already travel real really far beyond our solar system already anti belief on a truck it had already left the solar system and its armed way into deep space as far as human skull the farthest that we have gone is i believe just but we are looking forward to our men who the nearest potential planet that can host life or to host us as we all consider terrifying on that will be buyers lot of talks about sending cars the other reason we want a