35 Burst results for "Early August"
Were All of the Founding Fathers Slave Owners?
"Charlie, my friends all say the founding fathers were slave owners. What do you have to say about that? That is what John says from Pennsylvania. So I've done a, let's say a fair amount of public commentary on this. And I have to thank the great hillsdale college for this, honestly. So look, I went down into the hillsdale online courses, Charlie for hillsdale dot com. You should all check it out. That's Charlie F war hillsdale dot com. And I did the work. A couple years ago, I'd kind of just trip over my words whenever the issue of founding fathers and slavery came up. And I probably had a response that some of you gave like, oh yeah, but we abolished it and that was then and now this was then and this is now. That's not even a proper answer. Because it's not true. The founders all knew what they were doing was wrong. They wrote openly about it. So that doesn't make them hypocrites, it makes them sinners. As the great doctor Larry arn would say. 9 out of 13 a colonies had already abolished slavery by the time the constitution was ratified. The first antislavery convention was hosted in Philadelphia in 1775 by Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson admonished king George for bringing the Senate slavery into America. In the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. The northwest ordinance, article 6, said that no slaves should be in the new territories. But Nicole Hannah Jones insists that America's true founding was not in 1776 but 1619. Now who is Nicole Hannah Jones? She is the con artist that runs The New York Times 1619 project that your kid is probably learning from right now. Let's play cut one 53. 1619 in August of 1619 is when the first group of 20 to 30 Africans were sold into the Virginia colony. And what the project is basically arguing is that that is actually a foundational to the American story as the year 1776 because nothing would be left untouched by that decision to engage in the institutional slavery. So for those of you listening on podcasts, looks as if she has Elmo on her head. I don't quite understand. That someone went crazy with a dry erase marker. She's this massive orange head of hair. That is very bright. The sunglasses watching that clip.
Liz Cheney Is Sending Mail to Wyoming Democrats to Vote for Her
"One Nick trainer On Twitter Nancy excuse me Yeah right Liz Cheney four months ago When asked about Democrats switching parties to vote for her in the state's August Republican primary that's not something that I've contemplated That I've organized her that I will organize She told the New York slimes Meanwhile a few hours ago Reed J Epstein posts Citing The New York Times Liz Cheney is sending mail to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to vote for her in the state's August primary Oh she's so ethical She's a sleaze like all the other People on this committee
Man pleads not guilty to trying to kill Justice Kavanaugh
"A man pleaded not guilty to trying to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Nicholas Rossi from California was arrested outside Kavanaugh's home near Washington an FBI agent's affidavit said he was armed with a gun and a knife and was carrying zip ties and was dressed in black and also called local police to say he had traveled from California to kill Kavanaugh After his arrest Rossi told a police detective he was upset by a leaked draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court is about to overturn roe versus wade The landmark abortion case and was also upset over the school massacre in uvalde Texas and believed Kavanaugh would vote to loosen gun control laws Rossi remains in custody a tentative trial date was set for August 23rd Ed Donahue Washington
Gordon Chang on the Rapid Decline of US-China Relations
"Give us the update from the anchorage summit to today, have things improved with regards to U.S. Sino relations. Are they static? Have they gotten worse? Give us an update, Gordon. They've gotten much worse. And the reason is that the Chinese have become much more aggressive. From anchorage, which was March of last year, we have gotten a series of propaganda blasts from Beijing around the fall of Afghanistan in August, where they're very clear and they're very open about it. And over the last couple of weeks, we have heard the Chinese say things and we've heard the and we've seen the Chinese do things which show utter disrespect for the United States. So we're at a point where deterrence is broken down and this is exceedingly dangerous. Perhaps the most dangerous times in our lives. And you know, people will look back at the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 or the checkpoint Charlie crisis of 1961 and say those look more dangerous. And yes, they did. But we also know now from the archives that both Kennedy and khrushchev knew that they would never start a nuclear exchange. We don't know what Xi Jinping thinks about using his most destructive weapons. This, I think, is more dangerous than 61 and
Stanley Kurtz: Dems Are Rushing to Pass Civics Secures Democracy Act
"This passing if the people listening in this audience don't act immediately I'm worried about it because the Democrats of course are going to go forward completely They've already signed up three Republicans I've seen a fourth Republican on a somewhat related bill It's getting a lot too close for comfort They want to pass this bill it's called the civics secures democracy act a very misleading name that ought to be called critical race theory destroys democracy But it's called the civic secures democracy act and they want to pass it before the August recess because we're talking about many many hundreds of millions of dollars that will go into the coffers of the leftist civics groups pushing their political protests And this is their last chance to get that money before Congress has taken over by the Republicans So they're hoping to sneak it by this summer and they've already signed up almost an effort Republicans to break a filibuster So I'm worried
A Takedown of the Biden Economic Disaster with Maria Bartiromo
"Now no one has their finger more to the pulse of what's really happening in the markets what's happening in the economy, the legendary Maria bartiromo Maria. Welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, great to see you. Thank you, you too. So help kind of us layman understand what you think is happening right now. It's very confusing, more dollar bills in circulation ever before. The markets are tumbling. What's your take? Yeah, I think it's pretty much you go back to the very fundamental definition of inflation, like you just said, too many dollars chasing too few goods. And this was the threat when the Democrats started pushing their spending plan at the beginning of Joe Biden's presidency. We all know that he signed the COVID relief package in on March of 2021. And at that time, when he first entered The White House, inflation was at 1.4% in January of 21. So, you know, little by little, it has gone up and up and up with all of the spending. They tried to push through a $5 trillion build back better agenda. And that also stoked the expectations of more money. But I would say, and then the infrastructure package in November of last year. And then, of course, on top of once we got some almost 8%, 7 and a half percent inflation, then Russia invaded Ukraine and added to it. I would say one worry that I would have right now is I don't think we've seen the peak. I don't see any evidence of the peak because when you go back to that COVID relief package, you see that there are hundreds of billions of dollars that have gone to states that have not been appropriated yet. So they're still going out. And so you're still having the same situation. You also have not seen the peak months for gasoline. That's the driving months of July and August. So I think we've got a little bit of upset to
Arizona's Kari Lake: 'The RINOS Are Just as Bad as the Liberals'
"But this is why we want to understand why we are where we are today. Because these people, we assumed basically are towing the line, ideologically, maybe not in everything, but you find out time and time again that you might as well have Bernie Sanders in there. It is absolutely monstrous that somebody who runs as a Republican on all of these issues is against the will of most American people, but gets away with it because there's no place to go. Until now. As Kerry Lake is running for governor. Well, and this is what we've been up against. I mean, the rhinos are just as bad as the liberals. In some ways, worse because you think they're going to do the right thing. And then you're left disappointed when they don't. And so that's why it's such a danger, but we're doing great. Our polls are showing we're up and we just have to make sure that we get out and vote August 2nd. That's when the big election is and this will be one I believe in the primary because I don't think that the Democrat running who is truly socialist Democrat has a snowball's chance in hell to win. Okay, so August 2nd is the primary. Right now you're up 20 points, but the typical thing is people say, well, she doesn't need my vote. She's up 20 points, folks. I got to tell you, we're in a war right now. And if we do not elect people like Carrie Lake, it's over for America.
Dinesh Is Finishing Up the BOOK for '2000 Mules'
"I'm in the throes of finishing the book 2000 meals that goes with the movie. Now typically in the past with Hillary's America, death of a nation, I've released the book and the movie at the same time, they kind of go concurrently and in some ways the book promotes the movie, the movie promotes the book. But in this case, I was going to do that, but I decided to accelerate our team just kind of came together, and we said, let's just get this movie done. So the movie kind of outran the book. Now, books and movies are two different things. You can do things in a book that you can't do in a movie. You can have levels of detail and documentation, you can put in stuff that doesn't really work in the movie because it's not visual, a movie is really a visual event. But a book is a little bit more like a legal brief. And this book has come together beautifully. I'm really happy with it. I'm going to have actually a photo section in the book, Debbie and I kind of call these photos and I've been writing the captions for them. So you can pre order the book on Amazon now. It's just called 2000 meals, same title as the movie it's coming out in late August. And but the movie continues to have really good traction. And more people are kind of weighing in on it. I'd like to comment on two. Well, a word first about Bill Barr, because I went back and listened to his comments. And the first thing that struck me was a guy was kept talking about photographs because I'm looking for photographs of the same mule at multiple locations. And I thought to myself, nobody who saw the movie would say that because the movie doesn't have any photographs, it has videos. Surveillance video. And so it was Barr simply making a verbal mistake by referring to photographs. I don't think so. I think it really shows that he hasn't seen the movie. He's read some of the fact checks and that's probably all he's read. And then he's probably read the letter from the GBI, the Georgia bureau of investigation, but let's remember that that letter is deeply the product of Georgia
Kevin Spacey, Accused of Sexual Assault, Appears in British Court
"Oscar winning actor Kevin Spacey has left a London court where he faced charges of committing sexual offenses against three men Photographers and television cameras are thrown Spacey as he left London's Westminster magistrate's court after a preliminary hearing The former House of Cards star is accused of four counts of sexual assault and one count of causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent His lawyer says it's strenuously denies allegations of sexual assault The ledge incidents took place in London between March 2005 and August 2008 and one in western England in April 2013 The victims are now in the 30s and 40s Syria
Harriet Hageman: When's the Last Time Liz Cheney Was in Wyoming?
"Primary When is the primary again It is August 16th and early voting starts on July 1 When's the last time Cheney was in Wyoming for say a three day period Does anybody even know Oh gosh I don't know that anyone could identify a period of time when Liz Cheney would have been in Wyoming for three solid days I couldn't answer that question I'm not sure anybody else could What has she been doing lately given the high rate of inflation and fuel Wyoming is an awfully big state So people need a lot of fuel What has she been doing lately to try and help out the people of Wyoming Do you know Absolutely nothing The only thing that she's been doing lately is pursuing a political get vendetta against president Trump and helping the Democrats to deflect attention from the disastrous policies of this administration and Nancy Pelosi And it's not just that it's a big state We're one of the largest oil and gas producers in the nation where the largest coal producer in the nation fossil fuels are absolutely critically important to our ability to provide services they provide a good paying jobs She's done nothing for Wyoming She's focusing on the swamp issues in Washington D.C.
We Have Moved From Inflation to Stagflation
"U.S. retail sales declined in May as inflation stings consumers The producer price index is through the roof again As has the cost of manufacturing So we've now moved from inflation to stagflation as I explained the other day Where the economy is now stagnating Thinking about all these phony experts I'm telling you what's going on I'm seeing it you're feeling it you're living it We don't need statistics coming out of Washington I'm telling you what's happening Inflation drives up the cost of things drives down the value of your of your money it also creates shortages When Ronald Reagan was president and he was faced with this after winning the election against Jimmy Carter Volcker would increase the rates and Reagan knew he had to On the monetary side but then Reagan slashed taxes the greatest tax cuts in history Across the board That occurred in August Of 1981 So what Reagan was doing is he was trying to create production economic vitality A strong consumer market While the fed was trying to strengthen the value of the currency And ring inflation out of the system
Kevin Spacey formally charged with sex assault, will appear in U.K. court
"Actor Kevin Spacey is expected to appear in a London court this week after he was formally charged with sexual offenses against three men and march east are a letter with the latest British police say Kevin Spacey is due to appear in court in London on Thursday He's accused of sexual assaults between March 2005 and August 2008 in London and in 2013 in western England Spacey ran London's Old Vic theater between 2004 and 2015 British police questioned him in 2019 about claims of assault separately actor Anthony rapp accused Spacey of assaulting him at a party in the U.S. in the 1980s Spacey denies the allegations
Palin nabs early lead in Alaska US House special primary
"Initial vote counts have been released in Alaska's special primary for the state's only U.S. House seat I'm Ben Thomas with the first numbers The Associated Press has not declared any winners but the initial results show Republican former governor Sarah Palin with 29.8% of the votes counted so far Republican Nick begich has 19.3% while independent Al gross has 12 and a half percent and Democrat Mary peltola 7.5% Another Republican Tara Sweeney has 5.3% in a candidate whose name is Santa Claus a self described independent progressive democratic socialist had 4.5% 48 candidates have been running for the seat held for 49 years by the late congressman Don young the top four will advance to in August special election The election was conducted primarily by mail and election officials planned several days of ballot counts I'm Ben Thomas
What Brought About This Inflation? YOUR GOVERNMENT
"What are The New York Times have to say about this back in August of 2021? A 179 reasons, you probably don't need a panic about inflation. Inflation is by far the number one issue in America. Every single poll shows that. You talk to working people, you talk to young people, they are getting crushed by these rising prices. So what brought about inflation? Answer your government. Your government, some Republicans and all Democrats, Republicans agreed with some of these spending bills, but not all of them decided to artificially intervene with anywhere between 5 to $7 trillion. Now, one of the great complaints I have is the economic illiteracy that plagues the Republican Party and the conservative movement. Milton Friedman said there should be two requirements for a politician that every politician takes in economic course and that every politician passes the economics course. The lack of economic literacy is destroying the country.
Laura Ingraham: Listening to Liz Cheney Is Like Having a Root Canal
"Here is Laura Ingraham. Pointing out last night on Fox News, how painful it is to see that prune faced grim, melodramatic drama Queen, Liz Cheney, who is clearly the outgoing congresswoman from Wyoming. There is no way Wyoming voters are going to reelect her on August 15th. It's impossible. So I guess she wants to go out with a bang, here was the impact she had on Laura Ingraham last night on Fox News. Listening to Liz Cheney is like having a root canal in a rainstorm, okay? She's not exactly J.Lo. I'll tell you that. The rating of the teleprompter for anyone who saw the testifying.
The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor
"Paul, as somebody born here, did you ever expect to see a political adversary of an administration who hasn't killed anybody, is not a drug lord, be handcuffed at Reagan airport and put in leg irons to be physically transported by the federal agents to hinckley's cell in the bowels of the FBI. Did you did you think that was ever possible? Yeah, it's really shocking, isn't it? And Hank Lee sell right about the time that hinckley has been released recently released. It was unconditional release. Here we are 41 years after he shot Ronald Reagan. And what bothers me too is, in fact, taking this back to, well, again, the Reagan years, it was with the Iran contra hearings, trying to think who used this term at the time. It might have been Ed meese, who talked about the criminalization of policy differences. Yes. And this is something that the liberals have been doing. And in fact, here, it grows city college just this past week. We had one of our fellows in the institute for faith and freedom, Jay cost. And I know you've read Jake costs, he writes for RealClearPolitics, Washington examiner, national review. He's an expert on James Madison. And he was talking about Madison and the art of compromise. And how politics people make fun of politics being all about compromise, but really that's kind of a virtue of politics in a democracy is that you do have compromise. So parties learn how to compromise and their differences. In fact, Ronald Reagan in 1981, August 13th, 1981, got his enormous federal income tax passed with tip O'Neill and the Democrats overwhelmingly controlling the House of Representatives. The Washington Post called it the most remarkable example of bipartisan cooperation in politics in generations.
The Ingenious Proposal by Revolver News to Flip the Script on the Left
"There's a fascinating article in revolver news. Revolver is just simply one of the most original investigative websites in the country. It's edited by Darren Beatty, who's been on the podcast a couple of times. In fact, Darren has sent me a bunch of questions to answer to do a kind of a Q&A on 2000 mules and I need to get to do that. I told Darren. I've been under the weather, but I will oblige. I'm also on book deadline, by the way, I'm finishing finishing my book for regnery, which comes out of the end of August. Now, in revolver news, fascinating article about a new idea for the GOP. And the idea is how do you strike back at the kind of defamation that is routinely done by the left of conservatives. And revolver basically says, look, we can get to take a little page out of the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial. Why? Because there was systematic vilification, really for years of Johnny Depp. He was the bad guy. And what did he do in the trial? He kind of turned it around. And he turned it around by really showing that she was the abuser that she was the one defaming him and that the aggression was coming, at least in many cases, from her aside. And death had to do this in court and essentially overcome a slanderous and malicious and sinister media that had been cultivating this image of depth. So depth success in doing that gives revolver a kind of an ingenious idea. And that is, how can we use defamation law to go after the left? Well, what is the most incendiary accusation that is made by the left? Of conservatives, almost always falls. And therefore, something that we can use to go after them on. And the answer is, it's the charge of being a racist, a white nationalist, a white supremacist now, says revolver. Yes, you can file a defamation case now. But a lot of times courts don't take it seriously because they go, well, you know, they just calling you a name. But revolver says, no, wait a minute. This accusation of being a racist of being a white supremacist or white nationalist can destroy your entire life.
John Zmirak Reveals Shocking Details About the Uvalde Tragedy
"You were talking about evolve that you've all day. Yes. What happened with the cops there, I'm still trying to process it because it doesn't really. Let's reiterate that people might not have heard what happened with the cops. Because the media is trying to make it all about taking our guns away. What happened involving was a teacher illegally leaves a door propped open the schools in August. This kid with a long history of violent, weird, bizarre behavior, including dressing and drag, cutting in space who, of course, was ignored by the school because you're not allowed to notice that a kid is wait a minute. You said dressing in drag? Yeah. Well, that seems to have been left out of anything I read. I've seen it. It doesn't fit the narrative. Does it fit the narrative? Right. Well, so you're not allowed to notice that a kid's a freak, or you're supposed to celebrate it. So this weird kid whose mother was a druggie, growing up while nobody's a lot to notice. That was odd to me. He comes and starts shooting up the school. 70 minutes pass. The cops are outside plucking around like chickens. Parents are screaming at the cops trying to say, do something, do something. You worthless pieces of what we need. You tell me, please. Before my head explodes, why they didn't, why were they standing there? We still are being killed. I'd like some answers. Okay, we still don't know why. They had had an active shooter training two months ago, which said you must go in, you must confront the shooter, risk your life. If you don't want to risk your life, you're in the wrong line of work. Two months ago, they sat out there for 70 minutes. Parents trying to go in, they stopped them from going in. I
"early august" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Early August. Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to El Paso yesterday on her first visit to border to see the impact of illegal immigration. The VP met with a group of girls who fled Central America reminds me of the fact that this issue cannot be reduced to a political issue. We're talking about your Children. We're talking about families we're talking about suffering. She called the surge at the Southern borders symptom of a larger problem. Another rain delay. Another win for the Texas Longhorns baseball team in College World Series in Omaha, Texas, is now one game away from reaching the championship series after beating Mississippi State 8 to 5 in a game that started last night and ended early this morning due to a 2.5 hour weather delay. The two teams meet again this evening at six PM Vanderbilt will play the winner. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio. 1200 w o a. I on I Heart radio. I'm Eric. Like, um he's radio 1200. W O a. I From the traffic center on the southwest side Old Corpus Christi Road near I 30 70 accident We had working there has been cleared. Watch for slight delays. Also on the Northeast side. I 35 frontage Road North found at Luke 4 10, the South cut off. We have a disabled 18 Wheeler. There. It's got the right shoulder blocked for watch her slight delays and on the west side of town on Alamo Ranch Parkway at Westwood Loop the entire intersection there is close to the bridge work. Expect delays in the area. I'm Shauna Nance. NewsRadio 1200 w O a. I There will be some clouds to start off this Saturday this afternoon sunshine with gusty winds out of the south and southeast at high of 94 clouds will increase overnight. The low 75.
"early august" Discussed on WTOP
"Great American President Biden, who served with John Warner in the Senate for many years and respected his Republican colleague for always sticking by his convictions. Warner served in the Senate for three decades. The second longest serving Virginia senator ever, Senator Tim Kaine recalled how beloved Warner was when he made a visit back to Capitol Hill several years ago. I have never felt as popular in the United States Senate As the day I walked into the dining room with John Warner Warner died last month at the age of 94 Well, old friend Today you're at home on Capitol Hill. Mitchell Miller. W T o P NEWS new this afternoon. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is calling members of the General Assembly into special session in early August, Members of the Senate and House of Delegates are being summoned to Richmond, August 2nd. The governor says the special session is needed to determine how to spend $4.3 billion in federal aid. The money is part of the pandemic relief signed into law by President Biden in March. Governor Northam and Democratic leaders have a blueprint for spending the money on public health, helping small businesses helping workers and public schools and installing broadband in all Virginia cities and rural areas, particularly on O w T O P news. Stay with us here on W T O P. We continue to fight. All of the pedestrian bridge collapse over D. C to 95. It has caused such major traffic hassles in northeast and the surrounding area will go to Dave Dill Dine momentarily. It's 56. Thanks for calling. 1 800 got junk. This is Sarah. How can I help? I've been thinking. What have you been thinking about? I decided I should declutter more often, because it's an important part of a balanced and healthy life. Have you ever noticed that 1 800 got junk has a question mark at the end of it? Yes. I have noticed that we make junk disappear. All I have to do is point all you have to do is point Can you come right now We're on our way..
"early august" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Looks good to go now. And it's been more than ten days since last higher so I think there's stick around unlike. The taliban has thirty one. But but i mean the timing kind of worked out. How how we after the hester departure. What we thought. Fair no rush. Just get done before. June before recruiting and and camps. And all that start. That's what happens. Sam jones hired a guy story interesting. His nba overseas coaching experience. But not in college. So i think in a lot ways. That's a unique higher. But it'll be good because if you're You know a a prospect. You're gonna look at that guy and say wow he he will know how to get me to the next level. 'cause he coached at the next level also so yes sam. Jones onboard life. June and camps. They're starting recruiting starting so it is now Even though basketball a longtime away it is just about go time. It is kinda crazy to talk about all that and you know i will say this. We're not really going to get a time kind of catch or breath for you talk about from from high school sports to college. We're not gonna be able to catch our breath before you know we're going to be right back in the middle of all this. Yeah exactly it's gonna be a really rush. 'cause 'cause yeah especially high school i mean we're gonna in the end the jude and then football you know unofficial camps will be starting in late. July and official camps will start in early august. So yeah it's really gonna be A non summer fast summer. Which obviously he's a little bit of a bummer. But let's be real after guy. The absences of of sports that we had for so long. I think we're all ready to get back into the normal sports calendar for next school year. There's there's no doubt about that at all kevin. I think everybody's right there in that boat but it is gonna be interesting one of the things that i'm watching you know is how so even these high school teams are going to deal with because normally like and you know this. There's a lot of. let's go. Air quotes voluntary practices. That go on throughout the summer. And now you know. In june a large portion of that. If you're a part of a successful baseball team is going to be off. You're not going to be able to get to one of those so it's going to be interesting to me to see what that impact has on these teams for the.
"early august" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I don't know. I don't know what my favorite story would be. I mean, there's so many the campaign of Harold Washington the election of Harold Washington the death of Harold Washington on the campaign of Jane Byrne, Jane Burns defeat. Richard Daley's victory. I mean the City Council meeting when they picked Jean Sawyer. There's so many that I just I wouldn't know where to start to try to single out one event, but it's been a great career that is decayed of former The late reporter for NBC five Decay died this morning. And asleep at the age of 84, his family says of natural causes. He was quite a character in Chicago politics will catch up with David Stewart of former anchor here WGN radio coming up a little less than an hour from now, as we remember, Do G decay on the legacy he leaves behind Dr Kevin Most is on phone line now from Central to page hospital. He joins us now to talk about What's going on. And Dr most, it's nice to talk to you was again thank you very much. How are you? Welcome, Steve. Always good talking to you. What a day, right. I mean, this isn't like ve day or something like that. But this could be a day that we remember for a long time. I really think we will. And you know it's a day we've all been waiting for, and I think everybody needs to know that you know, Joe Biden or the CDC didn't rush to this that we've been waiting for this data from these studies. And then when this data came out It really showed us exactly the actions we can take, Which is what the recommendations were today. Variety is reporting this afternoon that Lollapalooza will be held in the city in late July in early August. Are you surprised by that? No, I'm really not. You know, I think that you might have to show proof of vaccination. It'll be interesting to see how they handle that. But I think now with you see with the CDC is saying Is those air fully vaccinated? Two things one. You're super protected. Wait better protected than we saw on the initial studies. And probably the most important thing is that what would the study were waiting for? Was showing that you're you're effective against asymptomatic covert infections. So we're not concerned about people who have been vaccinated being carriers, Which is why we've been wearing masks even after being fully vaccinated. Well, that's what one of the textures have wanted to know. It s so the idea that if you've been vaccinated, you could still spread covert 19. Maybe a possibility, but greatly diminished, correct. You know when they first came out with the vaccine, they didn't do that portion of the study for a couple of reasons, mainly because they didn't have time. They really needed to show that it was effective. But now that we've had time, you know, the Israeli study that just came out showed that 86 almost 90% effective rate against asymptomatic covert infections and those who have been fully vaccinated. That may sound like a bunch of words. Oven. Essentially what it says, is that you as an individual who's been fully vaccinated won't be won't carry an asymptomatic affection so you won't be able to spread it. Which is exactly what we've been waiting for. That's great news. Okay for for those of us who didn't hear it or who don't speak C D. C. E s U tell me what the CDC said today about mass requirements for the fully vaccinated. Yeah, So, they said fully vaccinated. People do not need to wear a mask or physically distance That's another thing is very important during outdoor indoor activities with large or small in small groups. With the caveat of those who have weak immune system organ transplant in Kenya patients those need to be and then they're still looking at the transportation industry and figuring out how they're going to do that. They're still saying that riding in a bus riding on an airplane being in an airport, everyone should still be fully mass. And if you will have a weakened immune system and need to continue wear a mask for your own safety. You shouldn't worry about the vaccinated who aren't wearing a mask near you correct. Correct. That's the big thing right now. Those people who have those weakened immune systems were still trying to protect you from the 2% or 3% of people that are still out there that have co bit So you know, a lot of people had weakened immune system Pre Kobe you would see someone wearing a mask and you always wonder what's going on. Well. Many of them were protecting themselves from influenza or other colds or bacterial infections because they had received chemotherapy or because they had a weakened immune system. So if I work in an office building, or I go shopping in a grocery store Or I go to a restaurant or even a tavern, and I'm fully vaccinated. I can pretty much do whatever I want. Had today. That's what CDC is saying. That will be interesting to see with local municipalities and with local governments say, because they still will trump Stevie C. C. D. C is putting out a recommend recommended Guidelines. But it really is going to be up to the government to make a decision as to what? But you saw President Biden today. You know, for the first time walking outside without a mask that's extending quite a strong message We've heard from the governor today. We've heard from the mayor's office that they fully support the CDC guidelines. So that means you know, in the workplace or anywhere else if you're vaccinated. It's a great freedom. It's just It's unbelievable. It came well. I want to get to that quickly. But we have AH, text who came into and said no masks. Children still aren't vaccinated. We should be worrying about them. I'll play the part of the doctor here, Dr. Most. Okay again. You can hit this one. But what? They've decided what they've said the CDC is. If you've been vaccinated, you're not going to pass it on to the 13 year old. So that shouldn't be a concern. If you're unvaccinated, then you should wear a mask because you could pass it to the 13 year old. But if you're vaccinated, that you're just not a risk to those kids. How'd I do? You did really good to the one thing you forgot is that if you're fully vaccinated, you are also protected yourself..
"early august" Discussed on AP News
"I met Donna in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. President Trump Phrase the people on the plane that crashed their 19 years ago. Today it was headed to Washington D. C when terrorists raised to destroy the seat of our democracy. 40 of flight. 93 did the most American of things. They took a vote. And then they acted. There were remembrances in New York and at the Pentagon today, as the nation remembers 9 11. There are changes being made to ceremonies because of the Corona virus. The AP Soccer Mahogany has the story Like In past years, relatives gathered at New York's Ground zero and heard Victimsnames, Jeffrey Thomas Campbell, But the readings were on tape not live, which memorial leaders called a virus safety precaution. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani called it something else. I find it disgraceful change, shocked and rid. Emmick, who's 23 year old brother died on 9 11 that was so heartfelt so hard. She was among families at a separate, remember and set up by another organization. Parent's Andre taken with the names read Live. Pandemic also restricted. The Pentagon's 9 11 remembrance, which family members could not attend. Soccer Megane Washington Wildfires in Hamlets in the Sierra Nevada in California have killed at least 10 people. 16 Others are missing in Oregon, about 10% of the state's population has been forced to evacuate. Kevin Dancer drove through the town of talent, Oregon as it was burning. Downtown talent right here. Right behind me is the Rays food place? Proved an AP Analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows the number of daily US deaths from the Corona virus is declining again after peaking in early August. This is AP News Thousands of protest ng refugees and migrants left homeless by a fire at a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos want to leave, clapping and chanting songs. The protesters, most of whom appeared to be from African countries from Afghanistan, the boisterous peaceful, some held up signs pleading for help from Germany. A favorite destination for many migrants and refugees Soon wrap these faced off with the protesters on the briefly pushed back. A sizable crowd moved to Folsom. Officials say the blaze is on Tuesday and Wednesday was.
"early august" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In a primary election. And of course, the primary is in early August. They think the 11th red of the data Rod You usually have, the more well informed people go to the polls. And this is going to be another election where some people are gonna vote by mail. Some will do early in person, because a lot of people don't want to show up on election day. We're still in the coma thing and so on, but usually in a primary. The people who vote tend to beam or informed voters, Therefore, the ones that would be like clear to know About the candidates that are running for these offices like the State Assembly. Brooks. His opponent is the president of the Cedarburg School board. As I said his name is Riemer, Paul River. And If Rob Brooks wants to run against him, I think all he really has to do is draw attention to the fact that the debt rating of the Cedarburg school district has been downgraded, given the fact that they piled out all of this debt. And that they have dramatically increased their spending at the same time that there's been a significant decline in enrollment. Now, if he tries to run as somebody who runs and Ozaki Cody is Republican, But it's not, as Republicans say, Walk ashore or Washington County. And there are parts of the county that I'm a fair number of lefties and it back one's becoming a swing community as an example, if he simply runs Yeah, in favor of spending more money on the school's my part of the Republicans who have been too much a skinflint. We need to spend even more more more more, more, more, more more, and he runs an honest campaign and says, Yeah, I'm way more liberal than this guy Brooks and not every Republican has to be a conservative that at least to be honest, but the way the I think the plan here is to try to pass up in this two or three other districts around the state where there are Republican challenges on the ballot who are being backed by liberals, you'll see liberals kick in money to a pack. So that their identities air not knowing of the pack. Will that run ads? On behalf of the liberal candidate that's running. Look for that Ozaki County if you get a bunch of melee, some like and then its citizens, for then some big name on it. That's Democrats putting money into a pack to try to get a Democrat elected running in a Republican primary by passing him off as a Republican. It's the only district in the immediate Milwaukee area where I believe the plan is to put a lot of money behind one of these candidates and I don't think it's going to work. The reason. I don't think it's going to work. Paul said up there, they're calling him Riemer, the rhino. It has a ring. It has a ring to it, but he's not even he's running as a Republican, but I mean, I think if this guy lived is any from Whitefish Bay, originally I think if he lived in Whitefish Bay now he just brought us a Democrat because he's just going to be, But it is that he is My belief is that first of all people who vote in primaries are more aware people and they would be in Ozaki County, the people who would know about this. Secondly, the Republicans in Ozaki County are usually pretty good at putting the word out on this, for instance, Paul's had any number of people Tell him to tell me to talk about this on the air. Or in other words, they're already knowing enough to try to get the word out. Anyway. The guy Reamer is fraud. He's a big spender. He's in charge of a school board that had an opportunity to show fiscal restraint. But instead jammed a referendum down the voters throats and then turned around and closed the schools. You can't even Use the palaces that they built up there anyway. And if this does work, if Riemer would somehow beat Brooks, you looked for this all over southeastern Wisconsin. They're going to go into Washington County walking shark, Adi and so on and run candidates that are a little bit less conservative. On the Republican incumbents try to oppose them from the left knocked about that way and without regaining party control of the Legislature, they get ideological control. In other words, the majority of the Legislature might still be Republican. But there would be a combination of Republican big spenders and Democrats that could develop a voting majority. And that What's going on? Pause. Yeah, well, that's the thing they always do. They're gonna He's gonna pass himself opposite, confirming Hill in American flags and talked a good game talk the fiscal could seven. You can't say your fifth year on fiscal conservative when you jammed through a school referendum, and you get your communities debt rating lowered down. Furthermore, if he's all that conservative why is he running against the conservative? Why did he cherry pick and choose to go and run for this particular office? And why is he going to have the support from a political action committee that's going to be funded by Democrats? You see pretty much the ads The other area that that happened last year is there were a lot of fake conservatives that we're running back by the road builders and a few of them got elected. But this time around, it looks like it's the schools that are doing it all. You always have to be aware of what the road builders there up to the road builders put a lot of money into packs. And they support generally, people who want to spend a fortune on transportation funding, and they realize that they need to get a lot of them elected as Republicans. In order to do so. To give you the five o'clock our word. What do they do with it here? Thanks. Th ey and chaos Thanks there that What's the word? Paul? What did I just say it wass. Thanks. You've got until six o'clock this text thanks to 202 100 to go to text confirming entry. Plus, I already win for standard data and rested rates apply. In this nationwide contest. It's 5 20 wanted news talk 11 30 W. Said..
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"early august" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now at San Antonio burning abroad that our immediate area it could happen but we're in a very very very slight risk of that but west this go around west Rocksprings del Rio eagle pass you valley and that the whole in compensating area is looking at the possibility this afternoon and tonight of what we saw on Sunday and what we witnessed last night about the NBA working on a multi phase medical safety protocol to restart play current projections have in market training camps in July camps in scrimmages in Orlando in July early August to resume play now in addition to the safety protocols the lady has to figure out where the games are going to be played and more importantly what format they're going to be played under there's some speculation that one of the things the NBA is knocking around is using a World Cup style pool play instead of regular seating I don't know what world Cup style pool play is you know I mean somebody listing no I would I just don't see enough World Cup yeah eight to No here is what I would do because you don't know even if you get started how long you're gonna goals that go for you may have to come to a screeching halt I would I think it would be fair to take the top eight teams in the east right now in the top eight teams in the west right now and let the playoffs and the freedom eight against one seven again yes two six against three and four against five no you don't have to worry about a home court because we know that once they decide where the game is going to be played everybody's right place all of their games there that makes sense now you could say well what about those teams that are close well there's not really that many that are close if you look at the ninth seed in the east which is the Washington wizards they're four games back of Orlando for the eight spot with what fifteen sixteen to play yeah you know you gotta say I mean you anything could happen would you gotta say odds are they're not going anywhere right you look in the Western Conference and the ninth seed which is Portland is almost four back of Memphis who's currently in the eighth spot fifteen sixteen to go you gotta figure the I. I'm getting anything could happen but I think that that would be the most expeditious alive and well I don't know if it's logical now but it's makes as much sense as anybody else does that even though this season will always have an asterisk by it you know this may be yeah I guess to some degree but who gets the asterisk and who doesn't good question you know did because the big thing we know what the big question in this city as well do the spurs you notice it this first playoff run continue you know eighteen nineteen whatever many years it is an island I do they get a lot of going on.
"early august" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"News I'm Jane Metzler thanks but no thanks the White House declining an invitation to participate in the remainder of the house impeachment process in a letter sent to the house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler White House counsel Patsy baloney writing the impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness fox's John decker a senior administration official telling fox news we don't see any reason to participate because the process is unfair speaker Pelosi has already announced the pre determined result Nadler responding the American people deserve answers but the president has no good response to the allegations U. S. Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg placing a temporary hold on a ruling requiring Deutsche Bank and Capital One to hand over the president's financial records American fox news W. away I local news North Texas man accused of killing twenty two inside a West Texas Walmart may get an expanded defense team attorneys have asked the judge to appoint a third attorney to help them go through evidence given to them by el Paso county prosecutors the twenty one year old is accused of using an A. K. forty seven very it to attack the Walmart in early August targeting mainly Hispanics two people were found dead this morning at a convenience store in southeast Austin senior police officer Christopher or one says police have been called to the store on reports of a disturbance all nine one one.
"early august" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"New Orleans in early August but the FBI is just rated this camp from confiscated all the older weapons the week before okay so you start to look at that you say will wipe everything it's obviously leave who told the FBI about the camp with the weapons they go and raise it clean it out and then the CIA brings in the weapons she's so that I may and that's Chauncey Holt who said that charge is a guy that made the C. service things for Daley plaza and stuff you know well we know that Lee was in the school book depository because people saw him hanging around there so was he running around looking for assassin's what do you think no yeah that was his his assignment was to be in that place a split somebody yeah even though I think there were multiple shooters somebody was up there in that building shooting and you're saying it was not lead not only was there on the lunch room on the second floor attracted the exact moment of the shots he was getting changed from of the woman who was sitting in the office of the Texas school book depository change for the coke machine but he didn't do a good job of supporting the assassination nobody was told to wait in a launcher on you know on the one in charge of supporting the assassinate he's a low level player and all that but he and he's in the Texas theater at the time the tip to get shot out on the street you know so he couldn't possibly shot Tippit couldn't possibly shot Kennedy but because of all this the painting and read that they did of him in New Orleans is handing out fair play for Cuba me fair play for Cuba leaflets magazines sure Martin all itself it Dave make him look like a common as to the Warren Commission says well it's a loan not a communist and you know this is set up yeah well it's it's a over play their parts but they did set it up okay and once you start to see through the smokescreen on this and he is very obvious what they're doing do you think if there was a crew there to try to stop the assassination or were they all there to set up Oswald well gosh Walmart says that he was part of the board came that was there to stop the assassination okay and it was again daily plows on the other side of daily plus at the time so there were people there but the guys in charge.
"early august" Discussed on 710 WOR
"New Orleans in early August but the F. B. I. he's just rated this camp from confiscated all the older weapons a week before okay so you start to look at that you say will wipe everything it's obviously Lee who told the FBI about the camp with the weapons they go and rated clean it out and then the CIA brings in the weapons so that's I mean and that's Chauncey Holt who said that charge is a guy that made the secret service things for Daley plaza and stuff you know well we know that Lee was in the school book depository because people saw him hanging around there so was he running around looking for assassin's what do you think yeah that was his his assignment was to be in that place about mean split somebody yeah even though I think there were multiple shooters somebody was up there in that building shooting and you're saying it was not lead not only was filmed the lunch room on the second floor in fact at the exact moment of the shots he was getting changed from of the woman who was sitting in the office of the Texas school book depository change for the coke machine but he didn't do a good job of supporting the assassination nobody was told to wait in a launcher you know on the one in charge of supporting the SSA he's a low level player and all that but he and he's in the Texas theater at the time the ticket shot out on the street you know so he couldn't possibly shot that they couldn't possibly shot Kennedy but because of all this the painting and read that they did of him in New Orleans.
"early august" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The town hall with guest as Rick came a good vampire weekend the Tolly allow for caught a broader and Holly the rent Jake Gyllenhaal will also be there to share an excerpt from his recent Broadway play sea wall a life take it for September seventh are available at W. NYC dot org slash events this is the take away I'm a reinvented go Paul filling in for ten feet of a guy should be back on Monday and Amy Walter is in tomorrow as usual no internet no cell phones no land line for over three weeks India has imposed a media and communication blackout in Kashmir in early August prime minister Narendra Modi's these party embraces Hindu nationalism revoked the autonomy of the Muslim majority state arrested local leaders and impose political rule from New Delhi the blackout has meant that millions of people in the state have not been able to communicate with the outside world so reports on conditions in Kashmir have been scarce what we saw was anger building up in people and there's only so much that people were able to hold back her in seeing is a freelance journalist he's been working with the New York times report on Kashmir he went to sure you know her the largest city in Kashmir and at the heart of one of the world's most militarized conflicts and spoke with us about this black yeah and how he India's deployment of tens of thousands of troops to Kashmir is making a volatile political situation even worse they've basically been asked to stay inside their houses these are young people who have been running businesses these are people who've been going to shops they have work to do and they're being asked to sit at home and they're being asked to stay inside it's almost like a prison some of the people that I spoke with they said if you make us feel like prisoners we have no choice but to come out on the streets in protest and demand our rights people have taken to the streets in protest and they've been met by heavily armed police often use force against protesters the security forces in cashmere have license to shoot with near impunity and we saw security forces reacting to protests with a pellet guns and also tear gas and if your shot from close range people who we spoke ways they said they even had the entire cartridge lodged in their flash C. penetrates the skin be there live pellets when fired diligently sprayed across and anyone can can get hit like children and women people lose their eyesight when when they're shot pellets these injuries have put a strain on the hospital system in Kashmir with the black cat has severely hampered medical services in one hospital alone we heard about sixty cases of injuries and I think the communications blackout also has an effect on the medical emergencies in cash doctors are not able to source medicines because they're not able to communicate with their suppliers hospitals are not able to source prescription drugs these are life saving drugs and then finding out NDS crack down on communication in cashmere is an especially harsh example of something we've been seeing more of around the world digital authoritarianism Alina political over is the director of the Brookings Institution project on global democracy in emerging technology Alina thank you for coming on the take away thank you for having me you've been studying the rise of digital authoritarianism so what did you think when we first learned about the communication blackout in Kashmir when this happened in India it was quite shocking to see a democracy move so aggressively to basically limit sensor and block those residents residing in Kashmir his ability to communicate to talk about what's happening it's a real infringement a violation of free speech and the ability of for free assembly as well so yes India widely considered the world's largest democracy is is not common among so called democracies over the last few years we've seen China experiment was some bands like there's a scene Russia move to try to experiment with these kinds of international from media blogs there are some reports that the Chinese government actually considering either a partial or complete ban on Hong Kong given the protests are going there this is a tool they were seeing authoritarian regimes deploy by in some cases of also sing country look for a long time over this past spring following some quite shocking terrorist attacks Sri Lanka also put a temporary internet ban on parts of the territory to provide and what they said was extremist content and conspiracy theories from spreading on social media sites that would have amplified or misled people about the nature of of the attacks so we're seeing these kinds of bands being experimented with primarily by torturing jeans I think what's becoming troubling with India is that we're now seeing some democracies doing this as well and to what extent do you think that there is a backlash to these models does it actually create more problems than it tries to solve well I think again want to distinguish between a democratic societies are free and fair elections freedom of speech freedom assembly etcetera and again I think was troubling about what's happening India's that we're seeing this when the contents of a democracy and which it raises serious questions what is the role of the digital space and democratic societies during perhaps emergency situations and some would say that you know what's happening cashmere was a problem of the new government so making of course on this not a state of emergency that doesn't justify with the government is doing in terms of banning any access to the internet what is also authoritarian regimes this is where we're seeing the really shocking use of digital technologies things like artificial intelligence algorithms to surveil in a really profound wave the entire population to try to censor people repress their ability to speak out and track people eyes movements throughout the country in China the surveillance state has really grown and at a rapid rate and we don't really even understand them implications of it quite yet and of course in countries like Russia they're trying to replicate this Chinese model with some limited success and other countries are looking on in Africa and South America and they want these kinds of capabilities and technologies as well to be able to control their own domestic populations you write about two models of digital authoritarianism the Chinese model and the Russian model can you briefly describe these two models sure it will be seen emerging China really sends the initial days of internet penetration that country in the mid nineties I was so the Chinese government very very quickly from the very beginning to eliminate and sensor what kind of information was getting into China we now locally call those the great firewall of China but with the relief refers to the Chinese government's interchanging time to hear from twenty years ago to filter the information that is getting in front of Chinese citizens and since then the Chinese government only developed a new forms of surveillance technologies like video cameras there are now coupled with facial recognition software the use of Chinese made social media platforms verses western platforms which are banned in China of course now there's a social score system that the Chinese government is moving to implement the will fully allow the Chinese government at a very micro deep personal level to surveil every single citizen we see in Russia is a little different so in the nineteen nineties Russia had an opening and the internet developed in a relatively freeway and so once you know social media apps are out there other western platforms and technologies already out there being used by the population like YouTube it's really difficult to roll that back and so now we see also a series of protests that would happen last few weeks in Moscow and many of those protesters are using you to to stream instances of police abuse to broadcast their message you too another western outlets have become the key way in which democratic activists and protesters have been able to get the truth across to a broader swath of the population of the Russian government because of that actually sent him a threatening letter to you to to Google threatening them with interference Russian domestic politics because they were allowing protests to stream examples and video from the protest they're not succeeding in the same way that the Chinese are but certainly they are moving quickly to try to replicate the model when we talk about how Russia and China have been exporting their own forms of digital authoritarianism which countries are actually importing them so unfortunately there's a lot of interest across the world in having access to these surveillance technologies we know that at least eighteen countries are currently use Chinese surveillance and monitoring system everything from video cameras to other forms of facial recognition technology etcetera and the Russians are also part of this game they have been exporting their surveillance technologies to places like Venezuela to places like Belarus Central Asia I think this is something we need to be paying a lot of close attention to a because it is a profound challenge to what we think of as democratic governance values and principles going back to situation in Kashmir the communications blackout there has been especially severe but it also seems to have been working from the point of view of the Indian government do you think that we'll see this move imitated and other places including in other democracies I think again the damage does the reputational damage the damage to democratic principles values ideals is really profound people on the ground can find ways to get around some of these bands I think in Kashmir it it is this full blackout ban is on a partial ban that we've seen in some other places before I think democracies in the hand should be paying very close attention to the fact that this kind of band the Indian government's carrying on today in Kashmir only breeds resentment and anger among the residents of that region it's in the long run it's not going to serve democratic principles to impose these kinds of van and certainly goes against free speech and free amendment rights that we have in the United States free speech rights that you have in all European countries so I would be really shocked to see another our democracy implement these kinds of measures and I would certainly hope it doesn't become a pattern Alina play cove is the director of the Brookings institution's project on global democracy and emerging technology Lena thank you for joining us I think you are in alright everyone we want to draw your attention to something we've been working on for some time today the take away in partnership with the intercept is releasing a new investigation on the death of a migrant in ice custody takeaway producer Jose all of ours access to hundreds of pages of records in photos as well as audio and video footage related to the death of a migrant at a privately run ice detention center in Georgia he and reporters with the intercept found that correctional staff may have skirted rules when he came to the treatment of an undocumented Mexican man for eighteen Romero della Rosa C. been diagnosed with schizophrenia he was placed in solitary confinement for prolonged periods of time he died by suicide after twenty one days in solitary.
"early august" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Because of the really a very important role in very important goal for us which is to Schmadel or pressed into Cheryl press for people to reinforce that connection between the land of the lord Rick often meet volunteer groups as they arrive to work on the harvest and early August day he met with more than a dozen high school students who were with their teachers for a summer camp this small ministries become over two hundred acres of a great relationship with the archdiocese of all the wars are regional distribution partner it's still a very important partner in in many many ways so we thank you we see that with all the Catholic school system here even more with the with doctor harkens superintendent of schools for think about curriculum for this coming year we have water distribution partners in Maryland food bank in central PA and Delaware and every church you can think of throughout Baltimore city and we still delivered on our daily bread which is where we started all those years ago we couldn't do it without folks like you we have literally thousands of volunteers this year price V. eight thousand volunteers that will come out and help us harvest right there's a core group of volunteers like Dan Gary over there to help us do all the planting and but we couldn't do without you coming out and and being a blessing so you get a chance to really do what the lord talks about Matthew twenty five rose on the back of my shirt fry was hungry and you gave me something to eat plus as basic as that we see people that are hungry and hurting and we don't walk farther than say oh well right we're supposed to be at the good Samaritan there to to to minister to people even if we don't know them they can never say thank you that's part of us being little crisis on the honor we always have a closing prayer in the pharmacies without the lord's protection and and direction be in rough shape okay great let's fry holy father just thank you what a beautiful day nice cloud cover to work and cool temperatures and orders of endlessly creative full of majesty in wonder we can't even comprehend.
"early august" Discussed on WJR 760
"Tomorrow morning ninety four was found between Woodward and the line the white lane closed for construction until five tomorrow morning I'm Peggy Hodge W. J. R. traffic and weather first even drier air working it tonight and that's gonna take temperatures into the fifties in most locations with mostly clear skies winds will be column or wake up with a very crisp start at least for early August standards our first day of it on Thursday eighty two in the afternoon mostly sunny skies and then we'll slowly warm to the mid fifties by Saturday and Sunday dry stretch the entire time with plenty of sunshine maybe a raindrop on Monday but even that chances are good it's probably gonna be Wednesday before we get wet I'm local four meteorologist Ben Bailey warning both savage nation contains adult language adult content psychological nudity listener discretion is advised I am now America's most exciting radio talk show both savage nation for more border one would and the jury is almost someone's life Michael savage the very foundation of this country that the wealth that we have built the way we became the greatest country on the face of the planet was literally on the backs of those.
"early august" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Holidays set for early August, a Texas high school is out with a dress code for parents Jocelyn Lewis says she was told she violates that code education. To be more important than what someone has on that. Sid matter James Madison high school in the Houston area. Now the new policy on its homepage. Earlier this month requiring parents to conform to address co before entering the school. The policy is a long list of clothing, parents are not permitted to wear at the school or at school events. They include hair, rollers, pajamas, saggy pants. Daisy. Dukes men and undershirts critics of the policy say that is particularly discriminatory, especially against women. Well, when it comes to selling, women's fashion. Nothing's more important than celebrity. Bloomberg's Jessica summers has more in this in focus report in the competitive business of women's casual fashion. Success often depends on celebrity influencers. Adidas is keenly aware of that off arch rival Nike earlier this month. Adidas adding to its roster of celebrity partners. Beyond say a new weapon in the arsenal to appeal to the lady. The singer who joined other female, flabbergasted linked to a Dita's like supermodel, Carly cloth, and cosmetics billionaire Kylie Jenner will help develop footwear and apparel women's kit. Opportunity full some of these big brands where it's up to one and a half times larger than the it mean, first luxury and sporting goods analyst, John guy. Athletic apparel giants like Adidas and Nike recognized. This is an opportunity to basically step up and try to engage more than the women's Jessica summers. Bloomberg business for NewsRadio twelve hundred W O A. I. Thirty eight traffic and weather coming up in a minute..
"early august" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Is the bench bureau show. We are going through the Roger stone indictment in detail. So you know, what's in there? So far, all that's in. There is the Roger still lied about. Having emails allegedly allegedly live out having emails in his possession with regards to Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. And that's about it. Then they suggest the FBI suggests that Roger stone Hague committed false and misleading testimony about communications with the Trump campaign. And this is where it gets to the heart of the matter. According to the indictment during his house intelligence committee testimony stone was asked did you discuss your conversations with the intermediary with anyone involved in the Trump campaign stone falsely and misleadingly answered I did not in truth. And in fact, stone spoke to multiple individuals involved in the Trump campaign. Multiple individuals on multiple occasions stone. Hold senior Trump campaign officials about materials possessed by WikiLeaks and the timing of future releases. So that would be the sort of collusion, and in general level that Democrats are talking about honor about October third. Twenty sixteen stone road to a supporter involved at the Trump campaign spokesman friend in London last night, the payload is still coming and then the next day he told the high ranking from campaign official that the head of WikiLeaks had a serious security concern, but would release load going forward every week that apparently would be Steve Bannon, then we get to him allegedly obstructing Justice. They say that by mid October twenty seventeen stone sent person to that'd be drum Corsi an excerpt of his letter to the house intelligence committee that identified intermediary to WikiLeaks stone urged Coursey fast by the congress, you falsely confirm. What's don't had previously testified to including that it was Coursey who provided the basis for stones early. August twenty sixteen statements about his contact with WikiLeaks on around number two thousand seventeen person to because he received a request from the committee on intelligence to testify voluntarily before the. Committee after being contacted by congress spoke texted repeatedly with stone in these discussions stone sought to have course, testify falsely either that this person was the identified intermediary or that the person could not remember what he told stone, for example. And this is where it starts kind of juicy on November twenty nine November nineteenth two thousand seventeen and a text message. Roger stone person to said that his lawyer wanted him wanted to see him stone responded stone wallet plead the fifth anything to save the plan. Richard nixon. Always a smart thing to be referencing a president who was impeached over obstruction of Justice, while you're obstructing Justice is a real bright move on or about November twenty first two thousand seventeen course, he texted still, quote, I was told that the house committee lawyer told my where I'll be getting a subpoena stone responded that was the point of what your lawyer should have told them you would assert your fifth amendment rights have compelled to appear on about November twenty eight th two thousand seventeen this person Corsi received a subpoena compelling his testimony and a couple of days later stone asked another person that ready critical to write publicly about about all of this. The first person responded, are you sure you want to make something out of this. Now, why not wait to see what the other guy does you may be defending yourself? So too much stone told person to that person to should way Frank Pantano. Early before. In order to avoid contradicting sunset Simoni pen tangibly. If you remember the godfather part two is a guy who's going to turn rat on Corleones family until the Corleones family brings his brother in from Italy threatens his life in Pantano ends up slitting his wrists in a bathtub. So that is always that is always a smart move is to text other co conspirators in lying before the house intelligence committee that they should do stuff that will eventually lead to them committing suicide in the bathtub. That's always that's always great. So is some of this criminal activity, of course, some of this is criminal activity. When you lied the house intelligence committee, that's criminal activity. You lied to the FBI that is criminal activity does any of this to the underlying crime does any of this suggests that there was a quid pro quo between the Russian government and Trump. No, it doesn't at best. It suggests interest by Trump in coordinating with WikiLeaks about the release of documents. None of that is necessarily illegal. But it does underscore the political danger for President Trump. Now, Democrats are very jazzed about all of this. And they are moving back toward their original claim that collusion is. What's won the election? So James Clapper was the head of intelligence under Brock Obama. He says that coordination obviously occurred between the Trump campaign and Russia based on these series of communications that stone was having a senior Trump campaign officials often in advance of Wiki leaks releases emails stolen, we know by Russia. What does that show to you is that evidence in your view of coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia? Clearly, it does show a connection ordination synchronization, whatever you wanna call it. Okay. So that's going to be the case that has made again that doesn't mean criminal activity. Hillary Clinton had been working with the Ukrainian government to release information on Trump, for example, then that would also be the same sort of activity and just because a lot of people are indicted for lying to the FBI doesn't necessarily mean that there's guilt for a different crime for the president of the United States. However, it is going to contribute to a sense among Democrats that they must show up in twenty twenty because twenty sixteen was stolen. From them, which is something. They clearly believe obviously Democrats are coming forth, and they are saying that they are afraid that Trump is gonna shut down the molar investigation. If you have to guess at this point, the Muller investigation is gonna come up with a document that indicts the Trump campaign for colluding with Russia in the broadest possible sense both out any legal implications. So basically read like a New Yorker report about all the connections between Trump and WikiLeaks. But without any indicator of a of a quid pro quo that would violate the law or campaign finance regulations. It'll be enough in other words for Democrats to complain and get out the vote and raise money, but not enough for them to impeach Republicans. That point many in the base will likely rally around President Trump. None of it is good news for President Trump. However, it's telling that very few Republicans are saying anything about the Roger stone at the moment because it does undercut the the statement that President Trump has made over and over and over where he has no collusion because it certainly looks like collusion when you have senior members of your campaign coordinating with Roger stone with regards to the release. Of WikiLeaks documents again, two separate questions, politically damaging in criminal. Not exactly the same thing. This is politically damaging to President Trump is politically damaging to the Trump White House. It is not in fact criminal and it does not put him in danger of impeachment. All right coming up. We're going to talk about the radicalism of the Democrats with regard to Venezuela because it is becoming clearer and clearer that too many Democrats are fully in favour of centralization.
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