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"ed page" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Number two clay travis buck sexton show for shade. All of you hanging out with us as we roll through the tuesday edition of the program. We are joined now by dr mccarey. Who is Who is a big time. i would say analysts of cova data. He's at johns hopkins. Got a recent book. The price we pay. What broke america's healthcare and how to fix it and i'm reading today wall street journal op. Ed page cova confusion at the cdc and doctor you right. I want to read this paragraph for our audience. You right that. Israel published data that showed with seven hundred thousand people included. Natural immunity was twenty seven times more effective than vaccinated immunity in preventing symptomatic of cova vid. Thank you for joining us. Dr. why has america been so bad at producing our own data and why have we avoided talking very often about natural immunity in general in your mind. Welcome to be with you guys. Thanks for having me i. I'm not sure why we have not been able to produce data. We've got fifty seven billion dollars at the nih and cdc and about thirty thousand employees. I don't know what they're doing to be honest with you. I don't know if they're browsing through. The office depot catalogs or getting things. Notarized in their lunch break i. It's inexplicable that all the good. Data's coming out of israel. The only cost randomized controlled. Trial of masks. Looking at different types of mass came out of bangladesh. Where the united states of america. Why are we getting blindsided by overwhelming. Data that natural nudity is twenty seven times more effective when our public health officials have been parroting the opposite they had it backwards dr macbook. I saw dr couch -i last week. I mean dr pfau chief seems to be on. Tv every five minutes. I didn't know this was actually an official role at the nih niaid or whatever. It is But docker vouch is constantly out there spreading cheese. He was finally asked in a way that i hadn't seen before about natural immunity and khanna said a version of. Yeah that's interesting. We'll look into that. How is it possible that were eighteen months into this pandemic and they don't have i mean. Is it fair to say that. They just don't view this as a priority. Well it interfered with the political edict to vaccinate every american. And when you had anything that got in the way of that edict. It became marginalized downplay by our public health leaders. It and there are a lot of things out there that said. Hey wait a minute The second dose in kids is causing heart. Complications doesn't matter they still gotta get vaccinated. So we have seen a lot of things like that sort of interfere with the political agenda and remember. They're an old school group. Docks the people calling all the shots with cogan. It's a very small group of very old doctors and they they have group. Thank i be on with us. Stock macari and for all the work. You're doing and johns hopkins. Okay so we got that. That's probably the number one question natural immunity in your mind when you look at europe which is doing in many countries a pretty good job of acknowledging natural immunity when joe biden is coming out and saying hey i'm going to tip mandate federal vaccinations. Let's league outside the legality of whether that's possible there's a discussion about the vaccinated and the unvaccinated aren't we overlooking tens of millions and potentially a hundred million or more people including people like buck and myself who have already had covert and recovered from it as if we don't exist shouldn't this be an important part of the discussion about how our nation response to cove well. Ignoring natural nearly has hurt the credibility of public health. Because we really want to encourage. I wanna encourage. Most doctors want encourage all adults who have not had the infection to get vaccinated and to do it quickly and that message got really hurt by all this dishonesty around natural immunity ignoring it blowing it off So that was a big setback. And i think part of the issue right now. Is that They are coming around way too late. It's sad because to be honest with you. Tens of thousands of americans died december through april when we were rationing are limited vaccine supply. And we were giving it to people with natural. Munity should have had them step is grand point. The hypothesis hurt a lot of people. Were speaking do dr marty mccarey. He's a professor at johns hopkins university school of medicine. Great piece in the wall street journal today Yesterday rather cova confusion at the cdc an eloquent version of what. I've been saying all the time. Which is that. The cdc is a bureaucratic monstrosity and as a former federal government employees. I know bureaucratic monstrosity. When i see one doc. I wanna know if you've seen this piece at the Published in the atlantic. Where they they looked at all the different Hospitalizations starting from january to june of this year and the piece comes away with and it was by is why i believe we. We had klay Earlier on the show remember was either new york magazine. I think it's the same guy we did magazine. He wrote but But dr mccarey he saying that forty to forty five percent of covert hospitalizations under the period studied. Which went as i said to june of this year where people who were either in the hospital for non covert related reasons or for very mild illness. Do you do you by that. I mean this people have been saying all along the hospitalization numbers. Don't there's something funky going on doesn't add up. Could that really be happy. I mean if someone goes into a hospital in april of this year For cancer screening and they test positive for coverted. Does that go as a co that hospitalization sometimes so depends on the hospital and california Had a county. I sort of do it wrong. They were counting everybody who just tested positive for covert which by. It's very easy to test positive for cove with pr test. It'll pick up one dead virus particle so they revived in this california county alameda county. They revise the real numbers down by twenty five percent when they looked into the cases. We are seeing hospital. Icu's overrun and those are real. I talked to doctors out there with the hospitalization numbers the probably inflated and what what about the what about the The numbers of those who are in the icu who are vaccinated versus not vaccinated. Are we getting really good data on that. I think we are but the actu- actually doing is when they're saying people are in there who have been vaccinated. Some of those are just incidental and some pear staying. They've been vaccinated and they really haven't so really. Almost everybody in the hospital with kobe and very sick is an unvaccinated adults..
"ed page" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"You know we just. We really need to make sure that we're working together. Hand in hand. I think about you know so many of the the marches last summer in the after the the after the murder. George floyd what lifted my spirits in otherwise just very difficult. Time was just seeing Just the diversity of people stepping up and saying things. And that's what the asian american community needs right now. Too is seeing a lot of people stepping up and saying this. This is unacceptable that we don't only care about the hate at the discrimination that targets people that look like us you know so so that that's where i would try to say is that we need to really just make sure we don't go down some of those those directions and instead just tried to to make sure that we build the unity now that dovetails nicely with A question i was going to ask you about an bed. We had on the op-ed page By alistair burke whose nal novelist and professor at hostile Hofstra university professor of law at hofstra university and basically. She was making the same point that you know we. Meaning the asian american community needs like. Who's going to march with us. We need we need folks to march with us. And i want to read this this paragraph to you and get your reaction she wrote the quote unquote model minority stereotype of asian americans. That's us to argue that we are an exception to the gravitational force of american racism. Good students hard workers. Non-threatening people of color is constantly weaponized to simultaneously demonize black and latino communities and constrain asian-american activism under the prior administration the justice department blatantly pitted asian americans against other people of color by suing elite universities in an attempt to ban it mission policies that value diversity and inclusiveness men communities of color fight with one another the racists. Win your reaction. I think that that makes a lot of sense and utilize. I really do think that this kind of dividing conquer strategy from those wanted full band. Racism in our country They know that were stronger. In formidable if we unify our voices and we talk that way and and and and a look. It's also just you know to the point we talked about earlier. It's also just a very easy way for people that don't want to confront racism to just again change subject and say what about this or that and again it just. I've seen that kind of tactic used over and over again To just prevent us from actually tackling the toughest of questions the deepest of the wounds and the ways in which we can actually think about healing by just tried to again. Just change the subject there. So i thought that. Would you read the pastor. There is very powerful and and and really I think and a lot of important issues right now so Dear listener if Andy kim's name sounds familiar. And you can't quite place said it might be because you recognize his name. Because of a photo that went viral that was taken on january seventh and it was congressman kim in the capital with a garbage bag cleaning up debris from inside the capitol was that under the rotunda in the rotunda. The photos were in the cleaner all around the capital rotunda than the the the creek below the movie where the photos were were taken and it. It sort of captured the imagination. Because it was something that you you you'd do it for the pictures and you did it on your own. And i guess the photographer just happened to be happened to cap. Captured this image but it said so much about.
"ed page" Discussed on The Young Turks
"And and he's the leading candidate for the republicans out donald trump because he killed his negligence chilled mose amount of people per capita. Like he'd would not protect their health then his own voters died in in the thousands because he gave them the wrong information and they loved it for. I mean if you put it in a movie no one would believe mark own stock in the monoclonal antibody drug that out to santa's is pushing so i think you've you've crossed the line there. Let me speak on his behalf. First of all you order it by name. Even if you're not sick yet the monoclonal antibody yeah just wondering but by the way i think you could you could spend that. Which is that. The santa's cares so much about freedom and your individual freedom and he's willing to sacrifice his own voters in his own political future to make that point. You see what i did. There jank just took the grim reality which you point to which is accurate. Everything you said was accurate and i just spun it and that's the world we live in now. You know i mean that Sure you're you know someone who wants to prop up these petty dictatorships and know from california to all the other lib states You can't stand the fact that we're free in florida to know if we want to head down toward the light at the end of the the life tunnel we can do it. I mean to me. It's just another level of insanity. The problem is that these case rates are running so high in florida and texas and other parts of the south and we're all swimming in the same pond. It's the same thing with environmental destruction that we're doing that. It's just a That's dragging us all down. It's dragging us all down as a country it's the effects the ripple effects are substantial and And seem you know. It's hard to quell them. I don't know that you will. He's read the new york. Times was like two weekends ago. I'm not making this up. That coffins eighty percent of all coffins are made by just two companies. Because you see that it was on the op. Ed page big big big kossan. There's a thing called big coffin. I'm not talking about The philvalentine the the radio host. Who had kobe. That's a different type of big coffin. But there's actually big costs into makers that's it all the time the the consolidation that's happened in media and other corporate entities. And how the gobble up everything. You're saying it's happened in the world of in in the coffin making business. Yeah i'm just saying we should look into that. Because i would assume that they might be behind this. I know about big coffee because talks about it all the time. The too strong coffee living coven. It big coffee is the only big. That's good Other biggie smalls. I mean he he. There was irony there. There was a lot of good things about biggie. smalls Big needed to break up biggie. Smalls quite frankly. I was there at peterson. The peterson on them museum when when they tried to break a big i mean he was the torius so i think wow wow so Yeah too strong. Coffee dot com slash. Okay so maybe but if you think about it again dr hubert but makes sense i unfortunately and this wars climate change us leading to one disaster after another.
"ed page" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"That's crazy did that. Just whatever who cares about ed page today anyway. That is so strange. The bottom line is what they're saying. Is that doctors are already approving it off label or rather. The doctors have the ability to and i said it is already happening. But they're saying doctors have the ability to be like well. I know you're only eleven but woods important because you're endanger even though they're literally not endanger but that's the point and they can then say well it's approved we're going off label it for you. That's already happening. That should i mean all of this should bother you. There's no there's an and this is meanwhile with all the studies we've already shown you and this on top of that. There's another one july nine risks of severe children's show to be very low and that's the wild understatement. It is so obviously zero risk based on all the people they tell you to listen to and here by the way is what's actually happening to these children not even in regard to covert nineteen guys. This is a child who was in a forced into a hotel quarantine and given multiple tests. This is going to upset you. I i've especially since it has a little bit blind. Maybe don't let your children watch this. This is a little disturbing bucket. Google out unnecessary use children just disgusting hotel heating australia at curtains. Terrible won't now they'll tell you themselves that you know. Sometimes you can cause some bleeding or oops with too far. We caught some cranial drain cranial. Right we've seen we've already reported on all this. They've multiple times have jammed that thing too far. Which by the way. I continue to reiterate. Nobody has acknowledged or explained why we ever needed or continuing to push that thing up to the blood brain barrier. Nobody explained that to me. Seeing as how we're now doing it with a quick swab the nostril or a home test or whatever something crazy's going on and it always has been in my opinion. My point is here that we've seen it. We've seen reports multiple times of people using that test doing it too far and especially with children because their pets are smaller having people sticking to foreign causing them to be some some some swelling liquid that builds in the brain yet. We've already that's happened more than once. Maybe it's rare whatever. This is a child with a bloody nose because of that process in a hotel quarantine while he's at zero risk of being infected or dying zero. This is acceptable. This is keeping this child safe..
"ed page" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Maybe it would have been worth it or maybe such a project was impossible. We'll never know for certain. No no we. We know percents certain one hundred percent. You like if anything. That's why they were able to carry that. That's why the momentum of this word lasted as long as twenty years because as long as it was like we still had a thousand troops in country. We could just be like. i guess. We'll never know if it worked out. And as. Long as made a zillion jillion dollars for every fucking defense contractor on earth guaranteed american access to things like rare metals and fucking pipelines and fucking heroin. But that was it. It was never building anything the entire time. In the way you know that is it fell apart. Instantly the fucking south vietnamese held on for three fucking years arvind rifles. Never been fired and only drop once they fucking held on for three fucking years before they got rolled over by the north north vietnamese. This took to fucking weeks after twenty years. That means nothing happened the whole time. Which means nothing you could have done could have changed that. Because the whole thing could only produce that can only produce giant padded salaries for contractors at war materiel getting dumped in there to use as fucking toys by drug dealing compatriots and then a place try are fucking drone program and our counterinsurgency tactics. We essentially did a giant coin. Thought experiment in real life for other fucking nerds at west point to deal with for for now. I can't wait for the conclusions. Yeah no exactly like the experiments over the results in and all. They wanted whatever they could do. They could dictate this place. This is what they did with it. There's no constraints on it because nobody cared as we've talked about rob and tom's complaining about how. Oh well once the of the initial victory like more off. The american people just didn't care it's like well. Yeah they lost interest in it but it's not like they cared. They didn't care in the sense that they were opposing it. They were knocking being mad. This thing they were not perfecting anyone in power from doing what they want. -actly exactly they did not in any way prevent anyone in the military or civilian leadership of the united states and to and to that end we really are all in fault for this fucking situation. I'll exactly that we weren't able to fit. This is just like his point about the conscript versus the you volunteer army like no dumb ass. That's literally the design. The design is that americans. Don't wanna think about this shit and you could leave it to the professionals which is the whole point of this is to get democracy out of foreign affairs out of military affairs out of tire test. And he really. That's part of it and it works. Which means you have a free hand which means if this happens it means literally goggle where it's not worth it anymore. We got. We want out of this place. We've made a deal when we've made it up deal with the taliban leadership to know that they're gonna play ball where it matters when they're in power so we can leave now hell. Most american heroine is made in mexico now anyway and the fed nelson china. I guess we'll never know for certain because american political and military leaders only tried pieces of several strategies never a coherent whole mostly to keep the cost in casualties down and to keep the war off the front pages and away from public. That didn't want to hear about it today. Many claimed that they did not know what the military or the government were really up to and they point to the washington post attempt to create a pentagon papers vibe around to center revelations that we're not nearly a shocking is the secrets of vietnam or should not have been any way to anyone who read a newspaper during the past two decades. It's like oh yeah awesome. I'll let us all know tom. How unsurprised you were by the fucking washington. Post afghanistan papers. Yeah maybe you could shared it a little bit earlier. Popcorn watch him collateral murder. Is that shocking was you. I don't understand why these americans just won't trust us when we tell them about afghanistan. Yeah i tell them is like why. Why were we ever able to sell our a coherent whole set of strategies rather than discrete individual strategies to the american public cheese. But again like the this idea that like. Oh yeah we. We had sold it as any american person. Buying it fucking matter to the outcome one way or another. It's like yeah this is only on the you. I mean it's on all of us in that we all prevent it from happening but all the failure of their grand fantasy is only the failure of their ideas in the first place. All right so. I'm just gonna head to the end here. He says a serious people the kind of people we once were would have made serious choices long before this current debacle was. Is that what you think. You are a serious a serious people would be exporting radio room tom to kabul right now and a one to one exchange program for an afghan refugee for every american neoconservative worth think-tank liberal hawk. Every fucking every other mass head of the new republican the atlantic and the new york times. Op ed page and everyone who fucking help. Make this war happen. We'd be doing a one to one reverse exchange program for an afghan civilian for one of them. That's what a serious country would do to prevent something like this happening again for route. Tom has been announced. He will replace the last june in kabul. I love i love. That guy is awesome. They would be trying to learn something from the nearly twenty five hundred dead servicemembers and many more wounded they would be grimly. Assessing risks and preparing both overseas ended at home for the reality of a terrorist nation. Making its way back on international map. Instead we're bickering about masks were holding super spreader. Events were complaining and finger pointing about who ruined our fall. Plants i'm part of that lasker spoiler. It's the people who refused early accessible. Vaccinations biden was right in the end to bite the bullet and refuse to pass this conflict onto yet another president his execution of this resolve however looks to be a tragic and shameful mess. It's like okay well then like it's one or the other because all of you were talking about conditions based withdrawal is just absolutely trying to get for twenty years. Yeah exactly it was always going to look like this was always going to be a fucking disaster disaster unless hand over power directly to the taliban through negotiation but that was off the table for political reasons. So we're we're gonna leave. They were gonna. I can come in. That's what what leverage were we gonna put over them. I we're gonna do this another twenty years. I know that we've been bleeding territory for the last three years.
"ed page" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
"Honest reporting is the essence journalism and the only savior of this country and just doesn't exist anymore. Okay so the real important story is how much influence. Brock obama have on joe biden. He's asked a lot. As i've said his one of his best friends. Is susan rice. Who was un ambassador from the usa. Under mr obama and then the national security adviser from thirteen seventeen she the one who misled the world about benghazi. You remember susan rice well now. She's biden's director of domestic policy. Now you know she's talking to barack and michelle obama every day and because they were in power. And i'm putting michelle obama in there because she's in bob for eight years and rice's sitting there going. What do you think. I do that if i have friends like that. What do you think right. So how much is barack obama. How much policy influences they have. It's impossible. I'm working on this. But i have to get an inside person not easy to do but i i would say a lot Kovic so. I still get letters. And i'm going to read a couple of them about people who are anti vaccine and and all that all i can say is we report the facts of cove here as what we do and then you can decide what to do with those facts. This delta variant of kovic is more contagious than the original. It's obvious ninety. Five percent of the people who are getting the delta variant are unvaccinated. That's it now. If you won't believe that i don't know what to tell you. Those are hospitals reporting to atlanta. All right hospitals do their due diligence. When someone comes in so we don't believe it then you don't believe it but it's like saying there are four seasons while i'm not going to believe that okay fine so the delta variant now is whipping around this country and the people who are vaccinated are getting it and spreading it to other non-vaccinated people. There are some vaccinated people particularly with the johnson and johnson vaccine that are getting it but usually a very mild case of it. Okay so that's the fact that that's your baseline but now we have a big problem in children all right. What are we going to do when the kids go back to school and some of them were in session. Are you gonna make him wear masks. So i asked my staff intimate very nice job. It is to get some stats. And we got him from the american academy pediatrics. So the top of the line so stat number one is it of all the cases of cloven. Since the beginning of the pandemic in the usa children comprise fourteen percent. That's under the age of eighteen. So that's a very low number twenty. Three states have reported children being hospitalized because of covy with twenty seven states have had one child in the hospital. That's i didn't that status. Pretty amazing okay. According to the cdc's cova data tracker as of august eighth. Today's the so as yesterday. Three percent of children ages twelve to fifteen vaccinated. That's all but they're not getting cove or the delta very much so far only two percent ages sixteen to seventy are vaccinated. That's five percent altogether kids under the age of eighteen. Remember if you're under the age of twelve you cannot get the vaccine. Because i haven't done enough studies to see if it's worthwhile or not. So the fact is that this point children are are seemingly resistant to the worst parts of covert and those who do get it. Get it like the flu so in uk. They did a study on the kids. Five to seventeen this is from the land set child and adolescent health journal. It said most children with co vid recover within a week. It's like the flu. But now you've got this hue and cry to have. The kids messed up in school. So i wanted to talk to one of the best experts in the country back. That and he comes to us from nashville tennessee. Dr william shatner is professor of infectious diseases at vanderbilt university school of medicine first of all in the stats. That i just gave did anything. Strike you. stand out well. I have a great respect. Bill for the american pediatrics. But i was surprised that a substantial number of states have not had any admissions of children four covert to their hospitals. That seems anonymous. Like lena when he said well that i caught my eye to that caught my eye. Because what's happened here in tennessee. Just recently let me give you just three quick numbers in early journal july. We had about four children in all of the hospitals in tennessee admitted with kovin. Mid mid-july went up to seventeen and as a friday it was twenty seven so it's clearly increasing and some of those children are in pediatric intensive care units. Which is pretty darn in unusual. Our commissioner of health was a pediatrician. Is really worried about this. So you went from the twenty seven kids with this variant and those are those are human beings under the age of eighteen correct credit. Okay so it's still a very small number of the population tennessee. You're not remember again. i'll remind everybody. Twelve birth to twelve vaccine. Okay you don't get. But when there's an article in the wall street journal op ed page by two esteem. Doctors and and we check them out in a very very credible. They say the d. wearing a mask in most situations as more harm than good to the student beds the teenage student. More harm than good so that that the cure is worse than the disease here. Which you don't believe that do you. Well first of all let me tell you the to. I know one of them. Pretty well and i do respect him. But his view is very different than that of the american academy of pediatrics. Which undoubtedly your staff is told. You is recommended. Every child who goes to school Should be wearing a mask. This fall and i certainly agree with that. And the traditions. Here at vanderbilt certainly agree with that. So yeah i'm different. Transmission level is so low now why why and twenty-seven zone have any cases in those states. Where there isn't a lot of the delta or cove in general. Why would you impose that on children. Well first of all. I'm not sure about those numbers. I'd have to look at that again Happy to do that with you sometime. And the but. I think what we're trying to do is up prevent cases. We don't know how much transmission is occurring. We can hold two thoughts in mind at the same time. There may be a fair amount of low symptomatic spread. That's not being tested. Relatively few people getting sick but as children come together in schools. We don't we what we wanna do is avoid an explosion of cases in schools across the country. Of course there are number ways to do that. everybody who should be vaccinated should be vaccinated and then what we do is in addition put another layer protection out to reduce transmission. Particularly to the youngsters. I see i disagree. I'm not a medical person. I'm coming at it from a more of a common sense point of view. So what i would do. If i were the governor of any state would i would allow each school district to make the decision and then parents would be involved in that so if you wanted your child to wear a mask then the child could wear the mask put if you said no. The child didn't have to would require teachers in the classroom to be vaccinated. The i absolutely do that. All right and anybody. Any adult on the campus would have to be vaccinated. Because you don't want you wanna cut down any potential danger. And i would also require in a school. District has a spike or a school district. That has a school itself that then it would change and then the principal could say public health. We'll have to wear masks or roll off the week. Wouldn't wouldn't that be a little bit better than one. Size fits all pardon the pun. Well first of all we're a little bit closer than you might think..
"ed page" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
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We shouldn't get politician. Doesn't have a role in this educators. Know what to do. We did last year. So i have calls out to those states but at the end of the day i wanna work with texas. I wanna work with florida. I wanna make sure those students have access to in person learning. Welcome back to the clay travis. Buck sexton show. That was the education secretary cardona talking about the scientists and abbot. Of course now big part of the democrat pushes to make it seem like texas and florida are the big bad kovic super spreader states. Were all the terrible things have happened. Meanwhile florida for deaths per one hundred thousand residents is about twenty five in the country. Which given that. It's a it's a state that never shut down is pretty interesting but also the pretense here klay continues to be that. The people that shut down the schools are now the people who are working so hard to keep them open if it wasn't for lunatic democrat teachers unions who knew the could throw their weight around. I mean randi weingarten. At some of the other teachers union heads were meeting with the bite administration and then the biden administration. This is in the advance of the two thousand school year. The by administration was pretending that this was just the science will. You're you're actually meeting with the teachers unions to see you know what kind of thuggery they are willing to use to demand that everybody gets paid their full salary to sit at home for a year. That's what i only get their full salary. Get get supplements. Even though you said home for the year didn't do your job and then we all give this huge kovic stimulus bill which i think the data's all reflecting is completely unnecessary. All that one point nine trillion or whatever. It was and a lot of these different teachers who refused to go to work. Got paid more to not work. It is i think the biggest public policy failure. I mean covert in. General is now being open is the biggest public policy failure of most of our lives. I mean it truly is because you think all the different things that come from school not be an open. Think about it. Women's unemployment was the highest in thirty years because women bear the brunt of childcare. You had kids obviously not getting their education. You had places not able to hire and work their normal employees because of all this it all spirals into a total mess committee on. It didn't have to happen. I mean there was no real justification for other than the people that were making. The decisions wanted to keep the people who didn't want to go in and do their jobs happy. I've been going into an office to tape. Tv for almost almost a year. Now i mean there are so many people that had to go in and do their jobs. There was no choice for them to stay at home the whole time and yet you're you know the funniest or the most appalling depending how you look at it situation. Is that now the people that shut everything down to like well come on do everything we say mask up or else will be the reason why the schools close again amid. Here's governor. is they hate him because he does like freedom talking about how. It's going to be up to parents whether their kids wear masks. We're not in florida that we think it's really important that parents make decisions about whether kids go to school with mass or not so. If certain parents feel that they want their kids doing that. We're not gonna prevent that. We have a lot of parents including me. Who doesn't think that's healthy for our kids to be wearing masks all day and i know people like joe biden think the government should force kindergarteners to sit there under these mass for for six seven. Eight hours a day. I can just tell you lauren. Florida last year in our school districts we had some that had mass requirements others. That didn't the ones that didn't those counties had lower per capita cases than the ones that did and so it's not proven to really impact viral transmission in schools. And so that's why. I think it should be the parents decision. And it shouldn't be mandated by the government. I mean how do they answer that clay. He says that the speedo strikes without them with achromatic mandates were doing better than the school districts with the mandates for mask. So that's i thought that's what we call data. I thought that's how we're supposed to make these decisions. That's a hundred percent we're supposed to do. And that's why. I think the santa's drives democrats crazy because all of his choices are not shoot from the hip. They're not virtue signaling. They're not cosmetic theater. Look at what the data reflects and the thing we should mention we kinda hinted at it a little bit but the fact that florida has their surge right now is what typically happens because of air conditioning right. Anybody who knows florida. It gets super hot. People go indoors. That's why they go up in the virus right now other places go up later. Let's talk about cancel culture on social media sites what you can do about it. The left wants to silence and boycott any voices. They don't agree with twitter and facebook supposed to be open platforms. They don't do it anymore. Same thing everybody has turned into the op. Ed page of the new york times. How about cancelling them instead. Now you could just deactivate all your social media accounts but that'd be giving left just what they want. How about us express. 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"ed page" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"We love local councillors. Abl even loving the more young. Local councils are gonna have three. Eighteen year olds. Who this year were elected to. Council will find out what on earth to in a minute first. Gold medal-winning columnists of chaz bevis and rachel. Is there anything that you think. You look at all the olympic events. And think i could have. I could've given that go libby. Marathon broadcasting commentary marathon common. Rachel invite you gonna say something which is none of the athletes. But i didn't think i could probably pick up a commentating on a sport. I'd never seen before because a lot of a lot. Lot of it seems quite generic and easy to transpose from one sports on all. This is a crucial moment with the sport that i've never heard of. I pick that up. Thought i was watching a bit of the rhythmic gymnastics last night and mount baker wintering on about it. I did think. Give me twenty minutes. And i could have said similar things to what he was saying about. Who's reading out scores and saying. Oh this is the key moment we none of us have any idea anyway. let's get back to cove it lots of hope around this morning libby ed page of the times covert cases fall of as jobs. Turn the tide. Are you feeling cautiously optimistic. As you see These number slowly trickled down. Yes i am. And i have been for a while because the scottish example is interesting slave out of the football and the schools broken up. You know it did. It did sort of fade away. I think the huge events of caused some spikes inevitably but in a way. Those spikes may have disguised. The fact that people are being quite careful people everywhere. I go Except possibly latitude down the road People are being quite cautious in thinking about doing tests and keeping away from people think. Oh vulnerable I think You know i i. I'm pretty hopeful. Actually i i. I usually am getting morgan. Scrimmage latitude certainly not we can hear bang bang bang across the fields. We've got the baseline that's all you need. No i. I'm not good at festivals. I'm not a festival person. i'm. I'm that was folk festival. I should go to focused. That's estimates giant village fate. Basically rachel what about you in terms of the covert numbers are you. Are you hopeful. You're not going to me about festivals. My sister was actually at last achieved. So so sorry libby. That keeping up. I'm glad they're having a lovely time. I want them to have a lovely time. I just i just don't want to be forced to put on fairy wings. And pretend i like it. I'm for. I'm i have very high levels of anglo-aussie so every twenty one cautiously optimistic can i even even if i tweaked cautiously optimistic. I don't friday. I gotta bangalore's of people telling me that it was. It was too early and they weren't coming down enough in any way. They always like at that point online. Or how could i say. Delusional was good news. And then the cases continue to fall for the next two days and i kind of i. I know that there was a lot that can still wrong. I know that we haven't had the case. Numbers from the. They did july nineteenth reacting yet. But we we do seem to be seeing the result of transmission. Looks like when you have two thirds of of your population fully vaccinated on. I think that's really positive. I think that if want to encourage more young people to get vaccinated which is their key players that government of the moment then championing this kind of good news when we have it is really important because it shows do this thing under can have an effect. the point. isn't it be that we've got tons of puts this morning. A third of eighteen twenty nine year olds haven't had their first dose yet and it's been available to them for over well over a month now. I'm afraid i'm starting to back all macron's tactic of saying okay. Don't get vaccinated. you can't go anywhere. I think that that might help I think it's a great great. Pity i hate. The anti vaccine demonstrations I think trying to persuade people you know without forcing them to get vaccinated is just. It's it's the only way So what can you do. But i i think micron may actually be on the right track on the germans and thinking it to just make your life completely miserable and boring. Vaccinate should be here. Rachel not not not con on radio until you got vaccinated. It'd be a qr code scanner at the door. The problem is the quality in from previous diseases. And things like the vaccine on another vaccinations shows if you force people too much. If not more pressure on them they go the other way. 'cause they panic or they wonder what what you telling me. Why am i getting these. Sort of high pressure. Elcock ticks and it can have the opposite effect whereas the majority of people. They need time and they need to see all all the friends have it. And then you'd kind of gentle encouragement into keep giving them the information and and obviously access and that's what increase rates. I would hate to see a system where we move to. Monetary vaccination naturally alienated more people from the health service. Which which is is a worry on a i. I really do think that showing that there is a direct link between hustle getting vaccinated and society oatmeal off a bit more and the question to the starting to ease. Thus i think is the it would be the key. Motivating factor also. These always jobs that we're not giving out to young people as i. I the moment could we perhaps bring some of the second doses a little bit earlier. I say this is somebody. He cute and a half to get second lake. Well done on friday. I the the will center and kentish town. Which i don't think he's doing the money more along they were doing and the key was full of people who really wanted to get double protected. Happy to give up their friday off today to two key round the block in kentish town. That's the demand is there an. I think that's what we should be focusing. Look all these people who want it so much. Maybe you should get yours take but if if if you know these policy changes do quickly turn everything around and all these you know catch going to get my first job. They're still eight weeks to wait until they've got eight weeks plus until they've got that double job protection We've all got the effects of the of the unlocking in england's and scotland's To to to come. Actually the situation kurd as vicky for saying this morning. The minister lebed with the. You know things could. They can turn the different way quickly. Yes they could but they they might not and i think the thing what was very interesting. What rachel was saying that the moment. She's even a bit optimistic on twitter. People pilot ceo new. It's all terrible. It's dreadful now. I've got sort of yorkshire relatives. I know how this works in a be it. It is fun talking down. hope. But i don't think is useful. Should always always hold onto whatever. Hope we haven't say yeah. That's a little bit of good news. Am i shall carry on glancing into a shop to see whether it's crowded to see whether to put a mosque gone to see whether the staff have masks on to see what is courteous to. Do you know. I will be reasonably careful and i think most people somewhere on that on that track but i think just being doom in saying it's all going to be hell again. Come is is a really poor idea. Just texas to say if the government would bring forward the date after which those who've had both jobs were exempt from oscillating. It's possible that this would concentrate. The minds of those younger vaccine hasn't folk anything that the risks of the vaccine are greater than the risks from covert eight hundred.
"ed page" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"I you'd be correct. That's because the people making these arguments no that they would not stand up to publication in a law review and that their their garbage. But who are these people. These people are vivek rama. Swamy vivek rama. Swamy is a trumper. I'm not going to spend any more time. He's he's human garbage and jed ribbon felt and if you're wondering. Chat ruben felt. That name sounds kind of familiar. That's because rueben feld. Is the yale law. Professor who has been suspended for two years after the university found that he had multiple credible accounts that he had sexually harassed students over decades. And he's the husband of yale law. Professor amy chua whom we've talked about on the show. She's the tiger. Mom literally wrote the book. I'm a tiger mom. Or whatever the hell it's called who wrote the wall street journal op-ed about what a great guy. Brett cavanaugh was the quote was he is quote a mentor for young lawyers particularly women that op. Ed did not disclose a that. She was at the same time. Writing the yale op. Ed in her capacity as a student adviser advising female applicants for cavenaugh clerkship to a certain way and describing his proclivities And be did not disclose that literally the second brett. Cavanaugh was appointed to the supreme court. He announced that her daughter. Sophia chew aruban feld would clerk for him on the supreme court weird. Yeah kind of weird and Really seems look quid-pro-quo. Like hey say what a good guy i am from the perspective of you know a liberal woman an extensive. I don't know how liberal she is. But but somebody who tried to say Yeah no i. I would ordinarily but blah blah blah. It sure looks like a payoff to be a supreme court. Clerkship is unbelievably valuable. I know i applied for it. And i didn't get it so these are garbage people but look i'm poisoning the well here. Garbage people can be right but in this case they aren't their argument is and they say to four different cases. I'm not gonna go through those cases. We don't have the time but those cases stand for the proposition that when the government bestows powers upon a private entity in order to effectuation a particular end that those private entities can nevertheless be transformed into state actors for purposes of the thing that they're doing so for example norwood versus harrison nineteen seventy three supreme court case says the government quote may not induce encourage or promote private persons to accomplish what it is constitutionally forbid to accomplish and if you're thinking well that doesn't seem like what twitter is doing it all congratulations. But the argument here is c. They seek the. The democrats passed section to thirty again with massive republican support and they anticipated in one thousand nine hundred ninety six that they were gonna use that to lean on content providers to censor republicans in twenty twenty one and they've been threatening twitter with taking away section to thirty unless they punish only republicans. And if that seems like asking for an awful lot of facts that are not in evidence. Congratulations you have read this correctly. I would also add that all of the arguments and again some of our listeners. I think may even be sensitive to the eric. Our favorite presidential candidate. Elizabeth warren talked about suing big tech to break up google facebook and twitter. Right there is the idea that these companies have a tremendous amount of influence because of their size and potential monopolistic power. Yeah i agree with that thought remedy yet. The remedy on that is antitrust litigation. The remedy is to stop these mega companies from forming and dominating the market and craft remedies through the enter. That's what the antitrust laws meant to do not to say. Oh well sorry you got large enough now. Your estate pray that is insane and by the way that position is square. None of these people will argue. There is a nineteen seventy four supreme court decision miami herald publishing versus tornado in which a candidate said. Hey you've got to let me you've got to publish my rebuttal to your op. Ed page because the miami herald is a de facto monopoly. Here in miami you ran an op. Ed that said. I'm a terrible candidate. I need to respond. Because of your monopolistic tendencies and the supreme court was like no. The miami herald is not the state regardless of their quote undue concentration of power and of quote the fact that they might have been the the de monopoly on news in miami not a reason why their estate might be a reason to apply antitrust laws to the right or or some other principles but did not convert them from a private entity into a public entity. Nor should it so yeah. Monopoly's can be bad without the remedy being the first amendment. I think i could talk about this lawsuit for hours and hours. But you know. I've gone way overtime already and I say not a good one sanctions are coming. Sanctions are a common well. That was delightful bad lawyers that we got to cover the sanctions of yesteryear and the sanctions of the future. All in one show the future sanctions coming. And i hear that. There's kind of a tien tuesday's episode. The charity hinted at little bit right. Yep that is the night case so a home. Wait a minute listening tonight. Case is part of the shadow. Docket a little too on the nose. Yeah it is so see if he can't figure it out. It's a little bit of advance homework. Thank you and now. It's time to think our new patrons at patriot dot com slash law. Hope you enjoyed that..
"ed page" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The details around this big pro. we're partnered. it's me chris. Cody greg cody. mardy fish and a singer from earth wind and fire. Zadie bailey bailey. Whoa man that's the eisley brothers down. Wait a minute. Earth wind and fire. Don't have zadie. okay all right. Dan just made the affonso ribeira mistake. Yeah just pay the fine okay. Fair enough fair. Are you guys going to youtube this or are you guys going. Are we going to be able to get this on anywhere where we're going to be able to get this live okay so alive. I think what. I'll probably end up doing is i might. I might live tweet around there. Is i believe in idea so. There's a twitter account called the tiger tracker. And we were thinking about doing the cody tracker for the for the course of the day so that we can keep track of the progress of everyone here. At lake tahoe. We we do have a full camera crew. As as a matter of fact chris. Cody is being wired for sound right now so this will be released some point but i but in terms of live progress. I think it will have to be Myself i'll be recording on audio here. So i can kind of produce an audio report for you. Perhaps and then the the video will be released in a few days. So there will be a podcast episode specific to your adventures in tahoe. That's the plan. Yes are you guys afraid. Used to god's chris cody or more specifically. Greg cody that you're going to swing and miss I am terrified. I really i played the course on. Monday played nine holes and then i played well. I played eleven. Eleven total holes. I played very very well. But i was nervous being here because it set up a pga tournament. I was nervous. Just being out here with a scoreboard like a leaderboard was in front of me. And i was nervous about that so chris and i are very very nervous. Greg seem strangely confident. Which is odd. Greg feels like he's feeling good. He stretched out. He's got his band-aid. And greg thinks he has a good shot with a twenty two handicapped by the way greg feels like he has a very good shot pulled off an upset today. What does that mean pulling off an upset and being better than we expect when we expect them to embarrass themselves. I could i could see greg upsetting people. Yes yes yeah. There should be a prop out on draft kings. As to whether or not greg's get ed page. Because i have played with gregg before and there's a very very good possibility of that happening. Is he playing golf shoes or is he playing in his boat. Shoes golf shooting dan. All right you take me for their new golf shoes. Those aren't the same as you went to. My course with a little scuffed up. I intentionally scott scuffed them up to make them look like. I wasn't debut album. How many beers did you have last night. a modest amount. I think yeah hottest filet mignon..
"ed page" Discussed on 710 WOR
"How you supposed to protect yourself your business and your family. They leave us no choice but to defend ourselves An arm ourselves like we used to. Back in the Great West. Yeah, we all gotta be like Charles Bronson in death. Wish got to protect ourselves and protected the whole right of subway without carrying a weapon on him. Even the night I write. I don't know. That's right. Hey, Jerry, Jerry, I heard the other day that store owners in Hell's Kitchen. Every store is being robbed now. So you know, if they don't have a gun, they have to protect themselves with a baseball bat. That's how bad things have gotten. Of course, he got two or three generations of a business. And now you know, somebody gets mad about something. Your business is subject to being torched and trashed And who comes to your rescue? Nobody. All right, Jerry. Let's get a few more calls. Thanks for the call. We appreciate how about Tony on Staten Island? If you could be quick, we'd appreciate it. Yes, Sure. Good morning, You know, not not that it's their fault, but the New York City Police cannot defend us anymore. So now why can't people defend themselves? It's not really the police department's fault. It's all politicians and they're surrounded by armed gods, Gates everything else But yet we cannot protect ourselves. Now. I was Ah naval range officer with a naval air station. Ah, Doing the Vietnam War. And anyway, I am more than qualified to handle a gun. I've had a New York City premise permit since 1978. Yet I am not considered qualified to carry a gun and defend myself. I mean, what more qualifications do they want? Then? You could always give a course I could teach the course. Some people toe properly handle the gun yet you can have it. All right, Tony got to run, but I'm sure not everyone's as qualified as you and This worries me a little bit, Michael. Anyway, if you take Tony's course you can carry a gun, Toolan. There you go. I did. That's yeah, both of us. We'll both be packing pistols. That's a sight for sore eyes. And when we get back draw farewell to thee up Ed Page of The New York Times and People prefer what to sex. Really coming up. Hey, do you want to take steps to avoid getting sick? I know I do. That's why I'm using balanced nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule Real 31 whole ripen fruits and vegetables ground into a capsule Gonna give you over 10 servings of fruits and vegetables every single day called Balance.
Biden ups vaccine goal to 1.5 million shots a day, says vaccine to be widely available by spring
"Big announcements about vaccine distributions from the biden administration. Dr peter hotels who specializes in molecular virology microbiology at baylor. College of medicine says that the newly increased goal of one and a half million vaccine shots per day. The old goal was a million shots a day. Now president biden's has a million and a half shots per days. The goal dr houghton says even that might be enough. He's now arguing in the pages on the op-ed pages of the washington. Post that to get closer to what we need. We need to three million doses a day. How possible is that. And why is that the right number to aim at star peter. Hotels is co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. He's dina the national school. Tropical medicine at baylor dr hotels. It's a real honor to have you back with us tonight. Thank you for making time. Thanks rachel great to be here so these are big numbers. And it's hard to sometimes conceptualize what they mean. I know that we just got to the point as a country where we can do a million point one. Maybe one point two million shots day. Why do you say that that number the number we need to be aiming at is actually triple that we need to be up to three million a day. I first of all. I think it's really important not to diminish the the accomplishments of the biden administration. We've now got a national plan in place. We have a national vaccination strategy. We didn't have that before so In a matter of a week we've already got a national vaccine plan in place that's so absolutely important. So i give a lot of credit to the biden administration. I'm a little concerned. However that we're not picking up the pace fast enough. The reason i say that is our estimates. Indicate that in order to stop virus transmission remember. There's two things these vaccines do they keep you out of the hospital. In the icu. But if enough americans get vaccinated we could actually hold virus transmission potentially and we think that number is around three quarters of the us population of two hundred and forty million people. Most of the vaccines are two doses. So that's about half a billion immunizations that we have to take care of. And i want to do that by the beginning of the summer. Not the end of the suburb. Erase ahead of the virus variants. So the simple back of the envelope. Numbers are five hundred million over five months. That's a hundred million a month three million a day so we're only a striving for half of that and it's not good enough because we have the according to the centers for disease control now the uk variant may be the dominant variant in the united states by march or april the transmissions. Go way back even up way back up even though we're down by about twenty thirty percent now from where we are. That's only temporary. I think we're in the eye of the hurricane in those numbers are going to go back up. So i feel like even as ambitious as the plan is the biden plan is still not ambitious enough and we can have to vaccinate of half a billion people by the summer in order to prevent that terrible number of six hundred thousand. That's that's the bottom line. I want to save
The President's picture
"Now back on election night in two thousand eight. I was sitting on the couch watching the news. My career in photojournalism at morphed into a career shooting weddings. Not because. I really wanted that because it paid money. Such is life and so there. I was sitting on that couch. Not working the most historical election night of my life. The crowd is reaching a million in grant park. The anchor said in washington. Tens of thousands of people are gathered at the white house. Some tv journalist explained breathlessly. And i couldn't take it anymore. I looked at the clock. It was eleven. I gotta go. I said to man where she replied. No i gotta go make a picture of something and so a jumped into my car and sped down a sleepy military road. And then i loved myself. Where would i find a parking spot near the white house. Isn't it funny. How logistics can be such a buzzkill aloft. Again you idiot. Forget the white house. Go to the lincoln. Martin luther king marian anderson. I have a dream. I figured there'd be thousands of people just like the white house was a ton of the twenty. Six as i walked up at tv crew was walking away. Nothing to see here. My fellow agenda said to me. Helpfully barack obama's speech from bronco was coming through the radio. My fellow citizens. I stand here today humbled by the task before us. Grateful for the trust. You've bestowed mind-mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I felt lanka wounded into a candid camera prank twenty-six very quiet people who gathered around a single transistor radio in the steady drizzle. Not even a mile from where tens of thousands of people were screaming. Their heads off. It was around midnight and was very dark in the rain was fogging things up on my camera. But i'm made some pictures because that's what we journalists do the next morning at six. Am i emailed gone you at the new york times. I think. I wrote something like election night. Lincoln memorial twenty six people in rain in the subject filled to get his attention. Five minutes later. My phone rang. i chuckled. The photo ran the size of a stamp on the op-ed page of the times. The next day better than nothing. I thought then some woman named connie email me i say some woman comically because i didn't know her at the time she has since become a dear friend but back in two thousand and eight two days. After the election of barack obama. She was just columnist. I didn't know saying she wanted to write a story about my picture and she was on deadline so i called her back and some guy named sherritt answered the phone detecting trend here. Connie really needs to talk to you but she's just getting out show. Just hang on a few moments. She'll be here so i talked to share it for five minutes chatting about the election and everything and having no idea i was talking to a united states senator email. My sister woman named connie schultz interview today connie schultz. I love her. She's on msnbc all the time you dingo and connie wrote beautiful column. Everyone was excited for me. The grainy photo of the twenty-six folks in the dark and the rain that i shot for no publication in particular was suddenly gaining traction. My neighbor republican joe crowley loved it. He asked me if he could give some to his colleagues. I made copies. Joe gave them to members of the congressional black caucus he also brought one to the white house event and gave it to the president and that photo got framed and hung outside the president's study for eight years and that's where this story should end except that in two thousand sixteen after donald trump was elected. The new president-elect was invited for white house to by president. Obama and my old friend pete souza took a photo of that man. Sizing up the president's study. Will you see in. The photo is his orange hair as he pokes his head in and his hands on the wall right next to my framed photo. Pete's picture is awesome and that's where this story ends except for today because i've been getting e mail after e mail from people who've gotten their hands on president obama's memoir and in his memoir. He says that my photograph the slightly boring one of twenty six people standing in the rain is his favorite photo from his election night. His what president obama rights. But i worry the my memories of that night night so much else has happened these past twelve years a shady by the images that i've seen the footage of our family walking across the stage the photographs the crowds and lights and magnificent backdrops as beautiful as they are. They don't always match the lived experience in fact my favorite photograph from that nice isn't a drum park toll rather it's the one i received later as a gift. The photograph the lincoln memorial taken. As i was giving my speech. It shows a small gathering of people on the stairs that's is obscured by the dot is behind them. The giant figure shining brightly. Here face craggy is is slightly downcast. They're listening to the radio. I am told quietly contemplating who we are as people. And the ark of this thing. We call
"ed page" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To 39 99 for retirement blueprint at Brian's office, their integrity, financial planning, But while you're listening to the show today, this is retire with integrity with Brian Bo, and My name is Todd Coward. You can get it complimentary when conduce three of them on the show Full retirement blueprints, Brian walk us through exactly what that does. Yeah. Fulfilling Return blueprint is taking a look. First of all your investment planning, right? So Give us your the statements. We look at those We find out the risk you're taking for the reward. Let's look what you've done The last five years last year, three years, whatever you know, and the fees you're paying for those investments. If you're paying any fees it all some of you may not be. And is that normal? Or is it extremely high? We had a particular client that was referred to us from one of our existing clients, and we went through his statements and he goes. What is the adviser charging you right and Because I think I only get charged in the years that when the market goes up And then I don't get charged anything. When the market goes down, I was like, Well, there is some form of that. That's out there, but not on a smaller level. It's really hedge funds that do that kind of thing. Right? So I said, Okay, Well, what I see in your state because I wanted to see what he thought. And we had gone through the statements over the last four months. His average thief you annualized it was 5% tastes. That was the fees 5% in a down market, right, so they count. Obviously, that's exactly But that's when he thought he was not paying anything into that. Of course, he doesn't pay attention. Statement he's busy with traveling. But with all due respect, I mean, that's statements are hard to understand. All today are there There's a lot of mumbo jumbo and they're the legally exactly. And by the way, I had to find it on page 37.6. Ed Page, 37. Well, you can, but you're not going to figure it out unless you sat down and you understand what you're reading to begin with which most people don't know, because the point with investment planning You know, I said, So. What has he done for you? Wow, He's a good guy. I've been with him for 20 years at the big name. I'm not going to use the name, but it's a big firm. So everybody, you know you get the warm and fuzzies when it's a The money's held at a big company, right, a big bank and he trust the guy, he said. Oh, you know, we talk about golf. We're going. We don't even talk about the investments that much because we have a lot of similar Right things and, you know the you know the similar interests in mind. And so I said, you're getting charged 5% on something that the average is probably 1 1.5 that you should be charged on this. Um I don't see anything amazing either. You're not like your earning 20% every year. You know, a lot of his accounts had losses on over the last few years, so he had made the money. So, you know, I think that's a lot of big wake up call saying, you know what? And also, here's the risk. Are you okay with being in 99% equities? You know you lost 30%. And so well gosh, I'm pretty conservative. Well, maybe he's investing for himself right? And because he's a 40 year old, that has 25 years to go. But you're 62. You've got two years to go. Everybody's different. So I think that's what retirement was uncovers those sort of things. And then look, you gotta get a well I mean, come on. You gotta get a trustee or something, right? Yeah, It's like your taxes and tax planning. Right? Yeah. I mean, we gotta you know, And what do you doing about why are you putting in a pretext? A county of million to it in a pre tax account already? I mean, how much is enough? That's enough Start putting in a Roth. And what about the You know how much are you spending now? So we know I have no idea. I don't know what I'm sending. You know, I'm sending $1000.2000 month made him like No, you're not. There's no way you're doing this right? So reviewing his insurance all of that that he had a work. Why are you not putting in a chest say? I don't know. I've heard of that. I don't understand it. Okay, Well, let me explain it, right? This is the pro of HS. Hey, here's the con. Nothing's perfect, right, right? Yeah, of course. But the ideas? That's what a return believes looking at. If you're gonna build a house, you need to have the blueprints before the contractor builds it right? Of course, contractors, the one that You know, actually puts it all together, but the architect designs the plan, right so you can take it back and do it on your own and, you know, build it yourself, right, essentially right, but you gotta have somebody design and Orchestrate the plan for you to make sure that you can successfully retire and its turn by turn navigation. After that, Over the past few years, we've been pretty fortunate to have a manageable rate of inflation. But there's an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal. It says. That's about to change. So if we're entering a new hire, inflationary period. Is there anything that people that are approaching retirement can do to protect their buying power? Well, I mean, you know, the problem is the Federal Reserve in recent weeks has poured Just trillions of dollars into the economy at the fastest rate in the past 200 years. Goodness gracious, so unfortunately, this overreaction could turn out very horribly. In history suggests that U. S will see an inflation boom go inflation. That's good right. That means asset prices will increase. Oh, well as the prices will increase means that you know, grocery store food isn't gonna be what it is today. And it means the dollar is depreciated. OK, And so you're Inflation is a really bad thing. It's not good for savers. It's not good for investors, you know, even though you'll see some maybe some asset prices and stocks may be increasing, but the problem is What it will cost to buy something in five or 10 years will be higher. It just will be. Can't print trillions of dollars out of thin air, devalue your currency and expected to be the same. It's never Quote me never On that Your inflation has always happened when this happens when you devalue your currency, there's 100 countries, regimes and empires that have done the same thing. So it ZZ look back in history and go. Oh, they did that, And that's what happened. And we've done it now but seemingly a few times, but this time greater Display of it than ever in the history of the United States, and it scares me because I'm a pretty capitalistic kind of guy..
"ed page" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"They are. You know how consistent they are. How honest and consistent our media so honest and consistent like, for example, let's say that The New York Times printed an op ed, in which Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas. Suggested that maybe we might have to use the insurrection Act to quell rioting and looting. You know, as his legal And let's say that the New York Times op ed Page was hit so hard by its own staffers. They fired their op ed editor, and then let's say that just a few weeks later, they printed an op ed from an actual Chinese propaganda source about how China was wonderful. It was doing excellent job tyrannize in Hong Kong. I think maybe there might be some blowback of the New York Times. No, don't be silly. That's very, very silly, according to Michael Brennan Authority he's quoting at The New York Times, quote. Section sometimes ran into problems. Last month, Opinion published a column by a Chinese government official arguing for the country's military crackdown in Hong Kong was a virtual repeat of the cotton situation. The hashtag newsroom feedback channel Little briefly, but the conversation was muted. China op Ed didn't hit home because everyone is exhausted. One Times reporter told me it can't be mad all the time. Everyone agreed that broader reforms would have to wait until after November. Oh, priorities. Guys is really important to be mad at the Op ed, editor of The New York Times for Printing a column from a sitting United States senator saying something that 55% of the American public agrees with that super important and bad and threatening to black Americans. You gotta fire the op ed editor, but If the op ed page then runs a piece of pure propaganda from a Chinese government mouthpiece, talking about why it's good to have concentration camps and subject a free country, Hong Kong to complete Chinese tyranny. Then you know it's muted because after all, you can't be mad all the time. I mean, it is exhausting Being that about Trump all the time you have time for, like other bad things happening on Earth. Why don't we trust our media? I just I don't get it. I do not understand why we don't trust our media. Meanwhile, over the U. N Human Rights Council, it's always fun to watch the Human Rights Council because it is just most Eisley. There's never been ah, larger gathering of rogues and scum. It's pretty incredible, so they're a bunch of countries. That are now judging the United States. According to Hilo, newer over the overt Yuen Watch and ahead of the U. N review of US rights record. China, which has heard one million Muslims into camps to kill their religion and culture, asks what measures has us taken to eliminate systematic racism, racial discrimination, white supremacy, religious intolerance and xenophobia. Why it's almost as though evil foreign Dictatorships are using left wing talking points about America in order to propagate the idea that America is on a moral power with these evil left wing authoritarian countries. Incredible who could've perceived that such a thing might happen. Cuba. Said. This about the US record on human rights ready. We call on the US to put an end to institutional racism and supremacist. Um, that's Cuba. A dictatorship where they walk up dissidents and where people I'm in Florida right now, People literally tried to float their cars from Cuba to Florida to escape that dictatorship. But Cuba has thoughts on American systematic racism and supremacist. Um Meanwhile, Egypt is now reviewing that the United States review its record on human rights quote. We recommend us investigate the use of force by police and investigate claims about the use of torture Egypt Egypt is a military dictatorship. Or the centers are often thrown into jail. North Korea says Well, we're concerned by the U. S. A cz human rights violations at home and abroad. Well if North Korea says so, where they strap where they strap political opponents to the front Of anti aircraft guns and then fire them. I needed to hear what the North Koreans had to say about American systematic racism. Meanwhile, China says we recommend us stop illegally interfering in the domestic affairs of other countries in the name of human rights. The Palestinians say quote US should insurance policies, Legislation and enforcement effectively prevented address the highest risk of business involvement in abuses in conflict situations, which include situations of foreign occupation. You naturally I got here from the Palestinians run by two. No, actually three terrorist groups talking about how we need businesses to divest from Israel. Good stuff well done all around. Already coming up. We'll get to the latest on Cove it There's a natural good breaking news on food but also apparently covered no longer exist, which is exciting stuff. According to our media, This is the bench hero show..
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"Fiance where you know you high talking about Ninety Day fiance. Soothe our wounds. Another, let's see some tweets that I liked. The first one is from the onion. Pitcher Bill de Blasio Mayor of New York's Plaza An to have my daughter docks by the greatest police force in the world. This dude, that is pretty on the nose, and then another one at some GIZMOS A. Is a organization the same way that quote people who hate Dave Matthews band quote is an organization. All Right you can find me and follow me on twitter at Jack Underscore O'Brien. I'll just go with. Karen on tweeted hey New, York Times with the fuck. Is this and it was the op-ed from Tom Cotton? Said sending the troops. Oh. Yeah, that was. New York Times and to lose lost its way way what happened. Tom Cotton has been like the spokesperson other than trump for. Let's use the military to enforce. To abuse these people asking for rights, yes. And and they gave him an op-ed. They let him go on their up. Ed Page and say send in the troops. Yeah The whole starts this week, rioters have plunged many American cities into anarchy. That's the first sentence and get the. And this is what I'm talking about. No! No. That's not. From the person who is in the same building as Megan McCain and Megan McCain. Sheer chaos.
Deep inconsistencies over how States treat terror suspects families: UN rights expert
"Some countries are defining whomever they like as terrorists and exhibiting deep and problematic inconsistency of a how they treat family members of suspected extremists in places like northeast Syria and Iraq that's according to phenomena Nia loin the UN independent human rights expert dealing with counterterrorism. She says that many of the women and children associated with former isolate terrorist fighters are themselves victims and it's a big mistake to curb their rights or to find them simply by Association Misty Loin was at U N headquarters a few days ago to deliver her annual brought the general assembly she told mud wells what her main message had been the context of that report is that protecting and promoting human rights in the context of countering terrorism has never been more fragile and more precarious at the foothold of human rights remains very tenuous and the footprint extremely light there were two specific issues that my report addressed the first was the proliferation of what I call soft law in the area of counter-terrorism soft law seems like an oxymoron laws usually hard but in the absence of a binding treaty on terrorism since nine eleven no one can really clearly define it well it's cure that states have struggled to define it let's say but we do some very clear definitions of acts of terrorism but in the absence of a treaty states have not stood still they have chosen to enact large and proliferating amounts of law through these mechanisms of soft law and my concern is that much of that soft law is a human rights freeze on that there's almost oh substantive content and that there's almost no procedures to ensure the insertion of human rights and that is an enormous problem in the context of protecting and promoting human rights Hillbilly State get away with the fact that you know most people in the world see terrorism and the Lt leafy like terrorists are often named before the facts established. I think it's even more pernicious than that actually I think because we don't have a global definition of terrorism states have been left free to define whom for the like as a terrorist and so what we're finding at the domestic level is some countries for example consider women asking for the right to drive as terrorists and prosecute them under terrorism legislation some states consider persons who protest peacefully in the streets demanding their right political participation to be terrorists under there Domestic Law some for example legislation says any kind of insult or quote dishonor to the state constitutes terrorism so these definitions are so wide it means that in practice what terrorism anti-terrorism work in many states involves simply locking up or restraining or limiting or administrators sanctioning those who happen to disagree with you and that right the right to disagree the right to express the right to protest the right to participate freely in public affairs alright protected by our most fundamental treaties Covenant on seven political rights by the Universal Declaration so it's a huge problem so part from soft law is the other main point to make the second point was that increasingly much of this laws being made in new institutions institution sexually that sit outside of the UN institutions that are not part of the traditional multilateral ace and my report looks two of those one is the Global Counter Terrorism Forum the other is the FATF Financial Action Task Force these entities are small clubs of states come together through mutual south interest and but it's exclusive many states we know that lawmaking is messy for states and when you have lots of states it's even more messy that's part of the barter the fundamental notion that all states are equal and have sovereign equality in the lawmaking process when we create these new institutions and as those are the institutions that are producing much of the soft law who are actually not only excluding human rights because there's very little fundamental structural engagement with human rights by these bodies but also large numbers of states don't get to participate and I think that's a problem from the point of view of sovereign equality it's also a human rights mm-hmm oversee this week terrorists and those who are associated with alleged terrorists have been very much in the news when it comes to northeastern Syria and for many is also of course in Iraq as well I mean what are your concerns about how events progressing this week with special relevance to those families and commute children of alleged terrorists who are in great danger for the mandate is issued a public position it's on the mandates website at the opposite hey commissions ED page in that we make a number of observations and recommendations to states the first is to remember as many states are failing to remember that they have legal obligations to the citizens who find themselves overseas at those include not just human rights obligations but consular assistance obligations those are well entrenched and well established in international law the second thing is to remind ourselves that many of these individuals women and children are in fact victims they are also victims of terrorism. I had the good fortune the responsibility to be in Kazakhstan in May this year when Kazakhstan repatriated two hundred and forty-one citizens from women and children from Iraq and Syria and I interviewed many of those women and their children and what was painfully obvious is that many of these girls were in were went to Syria and Iraq when they were minors they first had sex often unconcerned pointingly as minors which many Western countries would be statutory rape under domestic law they gave birth to children in non consenting circumstances and those children themselves are children protected by the Convention on the rights of the child we cannot and should not ever define women by association to a particular man if that is is the departure of states that's a profoundly illegitimate and frankly undermining of the most basic notion of equality for women so for those who say well they they deserve what they got they went they made the decision to go and surely wouldn't apply that principle for example to women who experienced domestic violence or he wouldn't apply to women who find themselves in precarious circles chances in many domestic situations we wouldn't say you chose to marry that person or follow that person and therefore you have no protection under law it seems to me that that kind of McCurry slope is enormously dangerous not just in Iraq and Syria but on the fundamental notion that we treat individuals individually we assess what they have done individually the mandate has clearly taken the view if certain women if women have been responsible for criminal acts as they are in any country in the world they should be held responsible under the criminal law but bree I'm home and and try them in under fair trial with due process not in states that will subject their axe to the death penalty not in states where other special rapporteurs for example the special return summary and arbitrary executions who visited Iraq in the last two years has has pointed out in situations where their deep fair trial concerns deep concerns about the conditions of detention and most of all I would say we don't we are long past the time where we should be producing circulars guidelines having endless conversations and and and unfortunate hand-wringing about what to do about this problem bear in mind that in other circumstances the UN for example and states have committed to addressing the problem of sexual violence in armed conflict the UN has a special offer for dealing with children in armed conflict so is it suddenly not that all of these rights and obligations that we say apply to women and children in certain conflicts are selective that we get to choose which conflicts we give the does in title mints and Benefits and Protections to it seems to me that would be an abrogation of the most fundamental kind and show a deep and and. and very problematic inconsistency with long term consequences for the notion of the role of the rule of law of equality under law and the right for any individual woman or child to be treated in their own right and to be assessed in their own right and to be treated humanely and with dignity not based on the person to whom they happen to be associated by virtue of birth or by virtue of marriage forced or otherwise
US troops leaving Syria will fight ISIS from Iraq
"American troops being pulled from Syria start coming home just yet they're going to Iraq Pentagon chief mark esper says just about all of the one thousand troops ordered out of northern Syria earlier earlier this this month month are are expected expected to to move move to to western western Iraq Iraq and and president president trump trump is is be be getting getting an an earful earful from from Democrats Democrats and and Republicans Republicans over over his his decision decision to to pull pull US US troops troops out out of of Syria Syria clearing clearing the the way way for for Turkey Turkey to take military action against our former allies the Kurds let's go to our come on Newsline ABC's political analyst Steve Roberts is with us Steve good morning good morning and look you know the fact is that very few Americans could find Syria on a map and night and even fewer could understand all of the many factions fighting in that country so I don't think the issue threatens trump directly but I think indirectly there is a potential problem because this incident plays into a simmering fear that some voters have particularly women that this man is reckless that is impulsive that he will not make decisions to keep their family safe and so it's not really a question of his judgment on a particular farm policy issue that's potentially problem form it's whether this plays into the existing story line that he is a threat to America safety and and over the last few days Mitch McConnell the Republican leader in the U. S. Senate wrote an op ed page three saying that the movement was a grave mistake that leaves America less safe that's the quote that the idea that Democrats are going to be pushing with voters you mentioned the the perception that the the president is impulsive over the weekend he suddenly withdrew his proposal to host the G. seven summit at his own resort we is that a sign of the same thing sure it is I mean and for trump's core voters it matters not at all but that's about thirty seven percent of the electorate and he's going to need another ten percent he needed forty six percent to when the last time and he needs about another ten percent and that these are the voters that matter these to the voters that can be does can react with with a sense of anxiety a sense of of instability when you've got a president that test lurches back and forth for his core voters who just say oh that's just Donald that's trump we love them anyway but that's those are not the people that did going to decide this election and that's why these incidents I think potentially and I use that word carefully potentially could be damaging to the president
"ed page" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Night from the president to talk about the border wall, which was a discomfort moment for the Democrats in the far left in the hall, shawnee and Phoenix emails into Bruce L, Bruce at wcbMcom. I love the speech. Our president gave however are there is absolutely nothing. The president could ever say that the Democrats would approve of or like the simple truth is they him more than they love this country. They're jealous of his accomplishments and do not want him to fix this country. If he solves our problems they have nothing to run on or a complaint about well stated another little quote from David zero the Baltimore Sun. Here's the thing. Acerbic this isn't on the op-ed page. He's a TV guy. He's the media guy. You're supposed to take a look at the TV. He says in his closing Trump lay down the challenge. How will be be remembered in his case, I'm pretty sure it's not going to be pretty this is a president on a fast train to infamy and it felt Tuesday night. Like, he even no longer believes the words he saying. I what I got from it at all which means one of the two of us is doing some big time projection, and you project your feelings onto somebody else you project, your belief set onto somebody else. He's not I think it's fair to say he's not exactly the president's biggest fan. Four one zero WCBS six eighty is our telephone number one eight hundred number if you're out of the area, Dan is in his car, Dan. Good morning. Danielle Dan could not hang on. Let's grab Chris Christie warning. Let's go for three. Good morning, Duke, Duke. How are you this morning? Yeah. I'm doing fine. How you doing? I'm well. Thanks lesson guide. I think you messed up last night. Women white. What would you think? White. I would think that they're all. Attendance in an insane asylum. I think they were so still into four. Virginia Virginia, I think there was some support for him. No, I think actually interested interesting idea. I think actually it was supposed to be for female empowerment or or something. I'm a little unclear look even even Tiffany Trump. Who was the daughter of Trump and Marla Maples? It seems to me she decided to wear white for women's empowerment to look it's fine. I believe in people being quote, empowered whatever that means. That's that's fine. I think there was kind of intellectual disconnect that happened when the president began to talk about. What the economy improving has done for the lot of the female worker and mostly they sat on their hands. It was just very interesting because it was obviously they were there with an agenda and the agenda was to look disapprovingly. And that's what they did. Another thing that that picture of the clansman uniform. Yup. You know, you just don't go to storm by that they hand handmade. So where did he come up with one of the forms? Probably from sheets bird. I would think that he got it from from Robert. That's for sure do your call. Appreciate it for one zero WCBS eighty toll free long distance. It's one eight hundred six eighty the president by the way took on Nancy Pelosi in a very direct fashion last night without mentioning her name or mentioning her comments Pelosi who was sitting behind him reading the Netflix schedule to see when her favorite movies would be on. Has characterized the wall as an immorality. We're not quite sure what that means. Or why it is? But that has been here characterization the wall is an immorality the walls around her house apparently perfectly fine. But the wall along our border to predict our house as it were and immorality. The president said I know this is in our nation's security our nation safety. This is a moral issue. I have ordered another three thousand seven hundred fifty troops to our southern border to prepare for this tremendous onslaught. This is a moral issue. Lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial wellbeing of all America of all American and he's right. Observable? He's right. We've won the numbers for you over and over and over again, they're arguing about one tenth of one percent of the federal budget. Well, we at the federal and state level are spending about fifteen times that amount on an annual basis to support the illegal population in this country. This is all about politics. This has nothing to do with improving our nation's security, but the number Pratt leadership has taken the position that. Nope. No wall of a wall. But there are cracks in their facade as a more moderate Democrats, and some of those who are concerned about the reelection prospects next year are being well, no wall. But certainly a barrier. That's cool. But no wall. I don't care what they call. It. Again, I'm in favor of very nice decorative. Hedge just call it that let's move on four one zero WCBS eighty our telephone number Thomas in white Marsh. He's next up. Good morning. Tom today. Bruce. How are you today? I'm well. Thanks. Donald Trump gives Pelosi and vice president has a autographed copy of the state of the union. So she looked at me like she was really a head to try to flash her signed delays in white. You know, they kind of reminded me of the mean girls into your high school occupied one table in the cafeteria. Yes. Yup. And what she was doing on children's threes. Nicely played. Appreciate the call for one zero WCBS eighty and the president, by the way, told congress, look you have ten days get it. Do you have ten days? Congress has ten days left to pass a Bill that will fund our government, protect our homeland insecure are very dangerous southern border data's hit his car. He's next up. Bruce Elliott show, Dan, good morning. Good morning. Sorry. I made. Sure, I call. Oh, that's all right. I'm glad you're back. Okay. I just want to couple of comments on Zurich's column. I think it's on the wrong page. You should really be on editor Orioles. Education, our entertainment. And second he made a comment himself in a recent article. ABC's politics and Trump in everything he can't write an article about anything without having something negative about Trump in it. Yeah. I think that's where that's where David is right now. For him. The hate runs strong in this one. That's what you're looking at. You're looking at an absolutely classic case of a Trump derangement syndrome. And unfortunately, an awful lot of the Democrats in the hall last night a suffer from the same affliction. Maybe maybe one of the symptoms is like a twitching mouth which case you could probably look at Nancy Pelosi and say tedious has kicked in there too. I don't think there's any doubt about that. And it really amazed me that he admitted it in his column by saying that he can write a column or God's having saying something about it. Yeah. Well, it goes on. I think his next column he'll be taking a look at the fall series on the CW and somehow blame any failure of any of the series. He liked on Donald Trump. So this is just the way they are right now. Dan, thanks for your call. Appreciate it..
"ed page" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"This is what we are up against. This is the New York Times is an op Ed page, but Farhadi Manjoo I think don't quote me on this. I think he's they're tech writer or spends a lot of time writing about tech. I may be confusing and with somebody else he may be on their editorial page staff. But. There's nothing wrong with open borders. In fact, they fix a lot of the imperfections America was founded with. They get rid of the dominant wasp culture, they allow people who've been discriminated against and punished by America to get into this country to finally finally experienced the benefits they have been denied. Will you look at it that way while it might sound depressing? There's some truth to it. In the sense that. How many of you ever thought gay marriage would actually happen in your lifetime? How many of you thought all the other crazy corrupt screwball social Justice things would ever happen. Maybe some of your thought dope would be legalized marijuana, and so forth, some point maybe some of you even wanted to be I don't know. But there are a lot of things that a lot of people. Yeah. For gonna happen and many of them have and if open borders becomes the been called celebrity the left. There's no stopping it. This guy says you may as well just agree to it. Now. Globalists United Nations aficionados European Union. They all want to get rid of borders. When you get rid of borders, you eliminate immigration problems. When you get rid of borders. There aren't any immigrants anybody who wants to come in comes in and whatever they want. They get. See you eliminate all kinds of things by having open borders. The internet expands the bounds of acceptable discourse. So ideas considered out of bounds. Not long ago now rocket toward widespread. Acceptability see marijuana legalization government run healthcare, white nationalism. And of course, flat earthers yet. There's one political shore that remains stubbornly beyond the horizon, it's an idea almost nobody in mainstream politics will address other than to hurl the label as a bloody cudgel. I'm talking about opening up America's borders to everybody who wants to move here. And he goes on to make the case for it. And suggests that Braves democrat could probably be elected president. By adopting this as one of the few key agenda..
"ed page" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"This is what we are up against this is the New York Times, it's an op-ed page with Farhadi Manjoo. I think don't quote me on this. I think he's the tech writer or spent a lot of time writing about tech. I may be confusing him with somebody else. He may be on their editorial. Page staff, but. Nothing wrong with open borders. In fact, they fix a lot of the imperfections America was founded with. They get rid of the dominant wasp culture, they allow people who've been discriminated against and punished by America to get into this country to finally finally experienced the benefits they have been denied. Will you look at it that way while it might sound depressing? There's some truth to it. In the sense that. How many of you ever thought gay marriage would actually happen in your lifetime? How many of you thought all the other crazy corrupt screwball social Justice things. Whatever happened. Maybe some of your thought dope would be legalized marijuana, and so forth, some point maybe some of you even wanted it to be I don't know. But there are a lot of things that a lot of people are gonna happen and many of them have and if open borders becomes the big call celebrity the left. There's no stopping it. This guy says you may as well. Just agreed. It would now globalists' United Nations aficionados European Union. They all want to get rid of borders when you get rid of borders, you eliminate immigration problems. When you get rid of borders. There aren't any immigrants. Anybody who wants to come in comes in and whatever they want to get. See you eliminate all kinds of things by having open borders. The internet expands the bounds of acceptable discourse. So ideas considered out of bounds. Not long ago now rocket toward widespread. Acceptability see marijuana legalization government run healthcare, white nationalism. And of course, flat earthers yet. There's one political shore that remains stubbornly beyond the horizon, it's an idea almost nobody in mainstream politics will address other than to hurl the label as a bloody cudgel. I'm talking about opening up America's borders to everybody who wants to move here. And he goes on to make.