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"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"App. ABC s Elizabeth Schultz. He joins us, Elizabeth. Good morning. Welcome back to wake up Call. Hey, Good morning. Done. Thanks Driving me. Okay? So over the weekend, yet the president kind of walk back What really sounded like an ultimatum on Friday when he was talking about his $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal. In fact, I kept repeating the word tandem that he was saying if part B part A was great, But unless part B of his infrastructure plan passed to didn't sound like anything was going anywhere. All of a sudden, last night I read blow. That's not what I meant. What happened? Yes, it was a bit of a cleanup effort here from the White House, the president that he did not intend to say he would veto this $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal. So that's the plan that's focused on more traditional infrastructure. Roads, bridges Internet, The president says he's not going to veto that. If it doesn't come in tandem with this American families plan, which includes essentially would be trillions more on what they're being called human infrastructure so that childcare education climate change. He didn't go as far as to say he doesn't want it to be passed along this route. But essentially, the president was trying to win back some of the support from Republicans after he made those comments, saying, one has to be linked to the other. You know, unsurprisingly when he said last week that they had to be passed in tandem, a lot of Republicans in the Senate said, Hey, wait a second. This isn't what we agreed to. We agree to this $1.2 trillion targeted plan and we're not going to vote for this. If it means we're going to also, you're going to go ahead and pass as much bigger. Plan without us so trying to really keep that Republicans support on board, really emphasizing that he wants this to be a bipartisan deal. But look, the president's walking a pretty fine line here because In addition to winning that Republican support, he's also trying to keep progressives in his own party on board who want those trillions of dollars more in spending past at the same time, it's so interesting because I I talked about this last week a little bit. I think one of the most fascinating things is going to be how the president walks this line between bipartisanship, the traditional bipartisanship, Republicans versus Democrats and then within his own party. How do you make Republicans happy? How do you concede certain things with them? And yet, make the progressives The AOC is in your party. Make them happy at the same time. Can you do that? It is such a challenge, and we're seeing this even play out. You know, every single day here. We already saw Senator Bernie Sanders, you know, really leading the charge for this massive American families plan. He wants this to be $6 Trillion in that same note, you know, we'd heard of yesterday. Senator Joe Manchin. Thank he thinks it should be closer to 1 to $2. Trillion. I mean, that's a very big gap to bridge and forget that doesn't even include trying to win over the Republican support. So the president seems to know this. He really does. Seem to want a bipartisan deal, which is why I think he made this kind of massive effort to walk back his comments this weekend. But ultimately, if he doesn't have that progress is in the House on board. Then it can't get past there. And, you know, a little bit of this strategy from the White House seems to be trying to put the divisions On the leadership, the Democratic leadership in Congress. So in this statement over the weekend, the president said he expects that Congress will still move forward with this. This plan is to track sort of strategy, even if he was, you know, distancing himself a little from it, and you know, we have heard House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, majority leader. They're planning to go forward with these two kind of bills at the same time, so there that in a position where they're trying to bridge this gap, and it ultimately comes down to the fact that there's a slim majority, this one the Democrats majority is so slim in both houses. It's a very fine line for them to walk, and it's one side you know, gets doesn't get on board. The whole thing could could seemingly salt heart. All right. Thank you. So much for explaining Elizabeth. I appreciate it. Thanks so much. Appreciate it later. ABC is Elizabeth shall see. I had to wonder over the weekend, so For the president to suddenly walk these comments back knowing that he faces these two sort of fights, the traditional bipartisan fight Republicans versus Democrats and then the progressives within his own party. So I thought, maybe because he if you remember campaigned hard on bipartisanship that he was going to make sure that he could get bipartisan support for things that were going through during his presidency. Okay? Well last week when it sounded like when he used that word tandem that you had to have the traditional infrastructure along with the human infrastructure, both of those needed to be passed with bipartisan support for him to sign off on it. When it sounded like he was kind of Throwing a, you know, money in the water is a little bit on bipartisanship. Then, when he realized those comments Were, you know, taking the Republicans office said. Hey, wait a minute. We didn't know We voted for this on a contingency. When that happened, and he walked back those comments was this A did he tip his hat to Hey, this is what I'm doing. I gotta focus more on bipartisanship traditionally, and I can worry about the progressives in my party later, and here's why I wondered this. It's easier..
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on KOMO
"Such a strange from Britain's South Africa and Brazil remain the biggest challenge to a quick worldwide recovery from the pandemic. The bite administration is investing more money to identify variance. Elizabeth Schultz of ABC News had a conversation about this with Cuomo's Taylor Vance ice. Let's give a Listen. How much money are we talking about? Yeah, we're talking about about a little over a billion dollars $1.7 billion to do what the White House says is more genomic sequencing to identify how these variants spread. We're really getting a lot of warnings about the spread of the variance from the White House. The official covert 19 response briefing today was really a wake up, You know, it's a call from all of the top directors. The CDC director is Dr Anthony Fauci, the surgeon general to say These various are contributing to a very big spread of the virus. And it's our job to try to understand exactly how this happening, and it's the public's job to really try to take this seriously. Now, Genome sequencing is probably something folks are familiar with when it comes to like family ancestry, or finding out what kind of dog they really do have. You know if it's not the pure bred? They thought, so Why is it taking so long for the U. S government add more funding. Sequence. The genome of covert 19 seems like a no brainer to me. Yeah, you know, that's a really good point is something that is we're so familiar with and other health instances. I think the reality is that these variants are spreading so quickly. There has been many of them at this point that just keeping up with what's happening out there in the world is tough from the science perspective. So Certainly that the investment you know, putting money into it is the right is a signal that this is being taken seriously, But they also acknowledge that they are very kind of in the dark about how much they understand. About this B 117 variants and by the way that UK variant accounts for 44% of all cases now in the U. S, and the reality is they have to try to figure this out more urgently. And they're trying to put efforts toward that now goes along with the findings. When that vary in first started spreading of how easily it can be transmitted any update today on the paws of the J and J vaccine because we do know that That, along with the Fizer and Madonna vaccines work well against the UK variant we do, and that is the message we continue to hear from the top health officials. This was the main source of questioning today on the White House. Cope in 19 call was, what is the plan with this change? A pause to CDC director is defending the decision to posit essentially saying that they need more time to look at the data. At the six people who had developed his rare blood clots after getting the shot, so the plan is to have this another independent panel of the CDC meet next Friday so week from today. Look at the data and have perhaps if you some sort of recommendation, but it's going to be paused at least until then, And in the meantime, they're they're trying to not have this kind of slow down the overall pace of vaccinations. White House is saying there are enough modern on five shots for everyone to get one. Even with this change, a pause, baby sees Elizabeth Schultz and Kozmo's Taylor ran site. This is come on news Sunday..
$1,400 Stimulus Checks Helped March Retail Sales Soar 9.8%
"Retail sales are up. Unemployment numbers are down, which is offering some renewed hope for recovery. And we're gonna learn more about this with a B C's Elizabeth Schultz see in Washington. Yeah, it's great to be here. Thanks for having me So some much needed positive news here when we're talking about the economy and the economic recovery, really looking like it's on pace that is speeding up here. So if you look at these retail sales number, this was just a massive increase in the month of March, 9.8%. Retail sales were up compared to the month before, and we saw a big boost and spending across a range of categories. Things like clothing, outdoors gear, food and services and cars. Lot of indications that people who really took those $1400 stimulus checks that they got in the latest covert relief package, and they went out and spent them so this is positive news for the economy. It also seems to show that some of that stimulus is working. On the same time. We also got some really good news on the jobs market, the number of people filing first time claims for unemployment benefits. Its lowest level since a pandemic started Now this is still pretty high level 576,000 new claims in the past week, but it does show that hiring looks like it's picking up with that number lower than it's been in the past and you know businesses seemed to be reopening here as more people are getting
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But he's going to be a part of that. And he has other projects to talk about. So Roy Wood Jr is going to join us on the line. Next. Here on the Mo Kelly show. Okay, if I am 6 40. We're live everywhere on the I heart radio app Danny Max with the news. Escaped murderer from Ohio is being sought in L. A. Lester Eubanks was convicted of murdering a 14 year old girl in 1966. He was sentenced to death. But in 1972. His sentence was commuted to life in prison. He was allowed to accompany other inmates on a Christmas shopping trip in December 1973 but fled custody and has been a fugitive ever since. U. S marshals say he might have lived in Gardena, South L. A Long Beach and North Hollywood at various times photos of you. Banks can be found at U. S marshals thought Gove slash investigations Bill Seward K. F. I knew cops in Costa Mesa Air, trying to find two guys who robbed shoppers at the South Coast Plaza. The robbers took wallets and watches while pointing a gun at the shoppers around two yesterday afternoon. I'd say the robberies happened in the mall's parking lot of shoppers were getting ready to leave. Crews are continuing to clean up the mess in Alabama from last week's tornadoes, 100 plus mile per hour winds, destroyed homes and killed some people. At least 10 tornadoes had Alabama across several counties. Travel is expected to increase this summer is the pandemic. It's better and more Americans get vaccinated. ABC is Elizabeth Schultz says Gas prices are also going up this time of year, just in time for the busy travel season. Any Americans recently got a boost to their income. Thanks to those $1400 stimulus checks. Some economists think that money could be spent toward travel. There is a risk that prices could go up too much, and that would inhibit some road trippers. You know, some states They're already seeing gas at $3 a gallon $4 gas. It's not completely out of the question. In California, some residents will be getting another $600 stimulus in April way have.
Biden meets with Republicans on COVID-19 relief
"Republican lawmakers today that just wrapped up led by Senator Susan Collins to discuss New covert 19 relief package more in depth now from Elizabeth Schultz. He was covering it for ABC News and talked with Cuomo's Taylor Vance Ice Elizabeth. We know President Biden is in favor of a $1.9 trillion package. What is Senator Collins and her team pushing for well, they are wanting a much smaller packages. The reality here they're pushing for a deal worth $618 billion persons at $1.9, Trillion put forward by President Biden. It includes some of the same provisions like Monday like money for vaccine distribution, small businesses childcare in schools, and it also includes another round of stimulus checks. The Republican proposal includes stimulus checks for $1000. Or individuals. But it's a much smaller group of Americans that we've seen in the past and in President Biden's proposal, these would only go to people making up to $50,000 a year. The Republicans are calling it a much more targeted approach. Given how much economic stimulus has already been passed, they say, We just do not need to pass this trillion dollar amounts. Okay, Any word at this point, though, if the president's team or the president himself is willing to bite on any of that, not at all. We're hearing from the White House, in fact that this is a meeting to exchange ideas. Not to reach some sort of grand bargain. The White House has said time and time again that the risk is that not enough ages past versus too much, so they seem to really be standing by this nearly $2 trillion amount. Now. The question is if they're going to move forward in Congress, with a plan that could essentially passed by this proposed proposal without any Republican votes. So far, the House and the Senate have taken the first step to do that, in a process called budget reconciliation that would essentially allow this Broader package to pass to the simple majority in both the House and the Senate that we wouldn't need a bipartisan deal to be reached at the end of the day. So that's something that President Biden was really pushing for. On the campaign trail is this idea of bipartisanship. Now, As this meeting began between Republicans and the president, there was some news that broke from the Congressional Budget Office right about how the U. S economy. Is expected to recover. There is no notably today that Congressional Budget Office upgraded its forecast for the economy and now expects GDP growth to reach its pre pandemic level. By the middle of this year, so this complicates the negotiations a little bit, and that the forecast seems a little bit rosier than had previously been thought. At the same time, the CBO says it's going to take years for the jobs market to fully recover with millions of Americans. Well unemployed and the White House response to this was essentially that even if the broader economy looks like it's going to come back, there's still so many people who need aid to pay their rent. You cannot get through the day to day and there is no question that we need more money to get these vaccines after people so they're still standing by their kind of push for more stimulus, And they say that really they're just cannot be enough. Aid right now, even if the outlook is looking a little bit better here and just for my own clarification that this CBO congressional budget office estimation that's assuming that there wasn't another sort of relief package passed, right. That's correct. That's based on the current outlook, just as it is, and I will know that there have been other afternoons out there that say that if the current package passed by Biden go through, that would significantly boost to growth even by a lot more. Alright. The ABC is Elizabeth shows
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And overseas military ballots to consider. And with the vote tally continuing in six states Joe Biden addressing the nation last night. While the president vows to pursue his claims of voter fraud. NBC's Elizabeth Schultz with latest late Friday bite and urging patience as votes continue to be counted. I don't care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen. The Trump campaign has already filed several lawsuits making baseless accusations about fraud in the election and Arizona among those states where the counting continues. In Maricopa County, another night of demonstrations outside the building where ballots were being counted. That group joined by out spoken conservative voices, such as radio host Alex Jones, the president, continuing his drumbeat on Twitter, the president wondering if Biden's leads would reverse as the president's lawsuits move forward. More from CBS White House correspondent Ben Tracey is tremendous. Corruption and fraud going on. Instead, without evidence he continues to alleged fraud. Some of his fellow Republicans are not convinced there is simply no evidence that anybody has shown me or anyone else. I'm aware of. Of any kind of widespread corruption or front Republican Senator Ben Sasse in Nebraska, said an appointed statement. Voter fraud is poisoned a self government. So these are major allegations..
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the state's red zone more than $45 billion in governor Baker's Koven delayed budget pitch and it calls for more health care money and no new taxes. Hot takes on the Supreme Court nominee supporters and critics of any Cockney Barrett get to speak their piece in front of senators. Today. It's the final day of testimony yesterday, the Judiciary Committee digs deep and gets an earful. Except that smoking causes cancer. I'm not sure exactly where you're going with this, but you know that Notice the smoking questions what it is. You can answer to people. You know the Senator Harris? Yes. Every package of cigarettes warns that smoking causes cancer in exchange with vice presidential candidate and Senator Kamala Harris trying to get barrettes to give her opinion on a variety of subjects, among them. Climate change, ABC News correspondent Elizabeth Schultz, he says Obama CARE and Roe v. Wade Zwart. Among the other hot topics. Democrats and Republicans zeroed in on hot button issues include Ding healthcare vice presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, grilling Barrett on Obamacare, which Bharat has criticized Would you consider 135 million people who gained protections under the affordable care act? When deciding a case that challenges that long. I would consider all the protections that Congress put in place. But Republicans pushing back on the questioning, ABC News, senior national correspondent Terry Moran says barrettes impact on the high court is gonna be huge. She's shown in her writings that she's much more willing to be activist. She's much more willing To overturn precedent she's written if she believes the president conflict with the Constitution that's much closer to Clarence Thomas. Then.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The man who made an unauthorized departure from Metro Corrections two weeks ago, is now back in custody after being captured in southern Indiana, the U. S marshal's office. Confirming that Anthony Martinez is back in custody. Martinez exited the Hall of Justice September 29th, breaking to 1/5 floor window and then using a hose to repel down the building. The the Madison Police Department posted about the arrest On Tuesday evening, He was captured in a wooded area near Hanover when located. He fled from police but was later captured near a church. A Taser was used to help bring Martinez into custody without incident. He has a criminal background that includes robbing at least four banks going back as far as 2015. One of those robberies was at a credit union in Madison in 2019. He's now facing state and federal charges for the robberies in both Indiana and Kentucky. Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett resumed today that after she spent 11 hours in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday Judge Bear it confronted by Democrats on several issues, including obamacare and abortion. ABC is Elizabeth Schultz Has Mohr At Tuesday's hearing. Both Democrats and Republicans zeroed in on hot button issues on abortion rights. Barrett listed several cases she believes cannot be challenged. Roe v. Wade was not one of them. Crow is not a super precedent because calls for its overruling have never ceased. But that doesn't mean That Rose should be overruled. It just means that it doesn't fall on the small handful of cases like Marbury versus Madison and Brown vs the board that no one questions anymore. And Halloween may not even have come yet. But some major retailers are already doing their part to promote black Friday and social distancing. NBC's Derek Dennis takes a look at one of the shopping upside to the pandemic..
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"K way. News radio time is 6 16 our top stories on Colorado's morning news not out of the woods. Yet. That's how medical professionals air describing the president's prognosis. Despite his released from the hospital. Many patients that myself my colleagues have seen have a stable course for the first several days after getting the virus and then around day five or seven can have AH, decline in their condition after Shawshank. Ravi is the assistant director of Stanford's Emergency department. So howare staffers at the White House feeling about the outbreak of covert 19 cases of late ABC is Elizabeth Schultz says. They're anxious, and some are fearful in total 18. People who are around the White House and President Trump now have Cove in 19, among them, press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany, who briefed reporters as recently as Sunday without wearing a mask. Meantime, the president says he'll be ready to debate Joe Biden in Miami next week had set for October 15th, but date could change. Based on the president's quarantine situation. The mayor of D. C wants contact tracing info from the White House after last week's Rose Garden event that led to that outbreak of Cove in 19 Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's reached out to the White House. But so far no response. We would assume because we don't know our close contacts happened at these various events that people who were exposed at those events get tested, she says. There isn't much he can do to force the White House. Just to give them contact Tracing information. California is fighting the president's claims that mail and voting is not safe. Here is the secretary of state Alex Vidia, Despite where the attacks against vote by mail or how California conduct selections come from voters can trust the integrity of elections in the state of California because of the pandemic, California's offering far fewer in person polling places. Colorado's covert 19 exposure notification. APP is hitting a stumbling block on its way to release the state has delayed the launch while officials work with Apple and Google to make sure the software is working and in line with state guidelines. The APP is expected to notify people if they've come in close contact with somebody who's sick with Corona virus coming up, we'll get the latest on the president's condition and prognosis is he continues to fight Corona virus that live in an interview at 6 24, but first Traffic.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All students back in school quote this school year will be a Alan JJ for us all. But we are doing everything possible to ensure a high quality education through virtual learning to start the year Now, you know, don't blame parents if they're a little skeptical of you, Mr Brave and given Fairfax County's attempts at virtual learning in the spring Weren't unmitigated disaster how many false starts they had trying to get the students to even attend school. At one point there was also responds with some of the kids hacking into the system and putting all sorts of nasty things on screen. You can imagine. S O. They they had a problem after problem after problem and school and parents in Fairfax County who send their kids to public schools were left tearing their hair out. At the broken system that they just could not get their act together. Now, Scott Bray band promising will have her and together we will we promise come the fall, and so they're starting in an all virtual format, which Beverly? I can't imagine. That this is great for all students, and maybe even most students to try and get an education while staring at a screen. And I even think of those in special ed programs. What does this mean for them as well? What about kids who have both parents working? How is that going to work out but the actual schedule for the day so you want to hear it A virtual school day is like for public high schools in secondary schools. It starts at 8 10 in the morning till 2:55 p.m. Pretty common, But of course there aren't going to be. There isn't going to be p e physical education. They will have classes lasting about 80 minutes with 15 minutes groups. Green breaks between them. So they have these little breaks, right. But I still want to know Are the kinks worked out. You mentioned some of the issues that they had before. In addition to just the school, not being able to implement virtual learning in the spring, and I think we're willing to give them some some flexibility and some understanding that we're in a very unprecedented time, but other places seem to get it together. That's the question that I have, though, is what about those families where you have multiple Children? Do they all have computers? Do you have enough WiFi van with To handle all your Children being on WiFi. What if you're working from home is well and need a computer and WiFi are there enough rooms to separate all the Children? There are a lot of logistical questions and addition, Tio, I would even say low income families. Do they really have the infrastructure? And how are we helping families prepare for this? Yeah, well, let's ask somebody who knows a lot about all of this. Elizabeth Schultz joins us Now She's a former Fairfax County school board member who is watching all of this really closely, Elizabeth. Good morning. Oi! I think Beverly is asking better questions that I've heard from anybody. She's good that Elizabeth, do you think Fairfax County has come in anywhere close to solving all of the problems that plagued their virtual learning in the spring? I certainly think that they're spending a lot more time hosting diversity seminars, you know, this week and the superintendent doing those town hall? Yes address. Think some of those really important questions. Those are very serious functions that have not been a drop in any of the plan. The multiple Children is an excellent question. One of the things that didn't get mentioned in Beverly Questions were the special education needs. Well, If you have a child who has special education requirements, you are those needs being that are the needs of some. Ah, privileged kids. S all kids. And what about the technology needs? What if you don't have a parent who has a stallion and the technology has certainly we saw those problems and spring And the overarching thing is, is that you know, we're supposed to be teaching our Children. Among the many other things, you know the basics of you know, the hard sciences. The hard sciences means, you know. Hey, look can do even have the date of the sport. And out of a population of over six million, and we've had just over 20. About 2100 people passed away since January 21st You have such an instant, helpful percentage. We don't even have just over 1% of people in Virginia, even having the current cases. So where are we teaching Children? You know the the basics of getting through. You know something like this. Given. You know the statistics that Children are not even the real carriers of this, not that they can't get it, but that they're not getting it. And then there's no not a single case documented of a child transmitting it to a teacher. That's right. Wait here in the situation where you're asking parents to become the teachers. And become the Ah, the school based missions and to teach them all of these different particular for something that is happening for something called secret. This learning, you know a fraction of the day. Okay? What happens for the rest of the day? And we're not even addressing the mental health crisis that is Swelling underneath the underneath the surface even now, and that doesn't even count. You know, months ahead into the future, and it has the school board said what we're hoping to achieve in order to allow students to go back into the classroom. So is this just indefinitely? We have virtual learning for Fairfax County schools. Are there certain little points where we know with Kobe tester at this rate, or if X happens? We know we can go back to school, because really, what is it that we're shooting for? Well, that's an excellent question, because of course, you know the vagaries of the phrase until it's safe. Well, what is the definition? Because we started it all of the beginning of this. Which was probably flattening a curve. And if we're no more flattening a curve and it until there's not what a single case documents within Virginia, you know, it's here to stay. I mean, we had the first clue. Vaccine No. 73 yards from years ago. Can everybody still gets the flu? In fact, you know Louis 16 to 20 times more deadly and Children. And then the coronavirus and so way have disproportionately affected Children for something that is nebulous hanging out there in the future of Until it faith without a definition of what until it's safe, even means Elizabeth's Charles, I want to ask you about something you mentioned at the outset, despite the fact that we need to either get the students back to school or figure out a way to teach them While while they're at home, Fairfax County, Virginia has focused on a number of things that don't have anything to do with that. BMW STP just posted an online forum for Fairfax County schools. On quote addressing systemic racism two weeks ago, and this week, the Fairfax County School superintendent Brave Brave brand against Scott Bray Brandt eyes, saying that the school system needs to spend more time focusing on quote equity. He wants to make that the quote number one focus. It kind of seems like the priorities are out of whack here. Well, we had already before I left. He had already shifted the chief academic officer, one of the top senior leadership positions in the entire Cool district from a chief academic lobster to achieve equity officer So that person left to head up a superintendency and in a neighboring school jurisdiction and to say now that he's going to quote unquote higher. She's act well, We have one, you know about the chief academic Foster for chief equity officer. The ultimate irony. ISS is that where is the aptly in academics? We are enhancing the unquote equity gap. At the maximum level to the most older students, whether it's special education, whether it's English as a second language, you know any number of various Ah need areas for students by not.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"W male News at 10 02 on Brian Pierce. Montgomery County School officials say they're determined to make the most of keeping school virtual into early next year. No one would have chosen this. No one likes it. There are no good options Superintendent, Dr Jack Smith says. They'll make the best of it. It will be very rigorous and dynamic experience for students were committing to that Our staff is committing to that. In the end, county health director Dr Travis Gail says keeping schools closed was a simple choice. Our realities have changed over the last several weeks back. Have shown us that there are over 40 states that are experiencing increases cases, including in Maryland. Right now, John Matthews on Male and W e mail dot com County in Fairfax County are also announcing plans to go all virtual to at least begin the school year. One former Fairfax County School Board member is objecting the kids who were going to take The greatest price are the most mentally and AH, physically fragile. The special education students, Elizabeth Schultz on the Larry O'Connor Show argues with less than half of students even wanting to come back in the classroom. There would be automatic social distancing in the classroom. And D C. Residents are not required to wear a mask outside their home. Mayor Mariel POW's expanded mask order today to prevent the spread of Koven. 19 Mask don't need to be worn with exercising, eating or drinking or by Children under the age of three. Meals on wheels in college Park is looking for a new location to feed demand. Since the pandemic started, they have doubled the number of people they serve. They currently provide three meals a day, five days a week to 150 people, including seniors and people with disabilities. Meals on wheels. Volunteers are asking for help to raise money for new space and the players. Anyone interested in donating Khun visit their website Meals on wheels of college Park. W. A male news time. 10 4 Now, W E Mail traffic.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Every homeowner and every child in Fairfax county. this I'm I'm talking about this on a national show please bear with me friends we got too many people out there listening this is important because what Elizabeth Schultz is talking about is in a little Petri dish it's a microcosm of what is happening across our nation this is exactly why I wrote my new book the war for America's soul help identity politics is an attempt to destroy the traditions that this Republic was built upon I'm Elizabeth how can people support you in your run to be rate reelected on the school board. well it's not about me no but I'm asking you I'm asking you how can people so they can go to show up for school board S. the H. U. L. T. B. for school board dot com but you have to understand what happens in Fairfax county does though nationally the the the presentation had just this week is when we were eating right eating our history curriculum starting in fourth grade to collect the impact your recipe's because we can no longer have a euro centric history we have got to re write history this is the war well in it has come to life and it's it's happening in Fairfax it is going to spread and instructs the curriculum of every child across the United States of America this is crucial to take back your school work and understand this doesn't just affect the children who were in the school that affect every homeowner intact and whatever county urine there ninety thousand four members in this country and if you really want to fundamentally transform America back again he got a kick back your school work whether it's fair fax or any place else in the United States all right support this lady Elizabeth Schulze Schulze for school board dot com and shoulder is S. C. H. U. LTZ Elizabeth you're very impressive already I can tell I'd like to get you in the studio to discuss further this. human human human engineering I mean it's it's it's shocking and it's a national story thank you keep doing what you do keep fighting I'm Sebastopol CA.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the skate hello to tell the well file credits the end the same is but Gorski you are like hanging tough to cover Starbucks sometime to be alert mark price in Moby do which the playwright David eyes very kindly created just for the show I'm Kurt Andersen and I'm sitting here now with Elizabeth Schultz who is a deeply educated Melville scholar and that's a fabulous three minute summer he really catches just about all of the phone he does indeed and it also with obviously a sense of humor but of fairly deep reading of the book as well absolutely and let me tell you that many of the opening passages are his darkly funny so it's a humorous altogether for free well you know that's funny the other thing people don't know about Melville is that he was at the time well known as a humor writer yeah he was and he knew every brand of humor that was going and he was ironical he was satirical he was just loaded down with tons he could do all the voices just like the reader of the play did let's hope let's hope Melville would appreciate this this bit have all my life I think he would wait you taught English and art history at the university of Kansas odd to those sorts of tubular guys and girls for many years how do you find they react to this novel I would say the movie deck illicit serve fabulously wide diverse unpredictable range of responses there are those who find that the novel is dumbing and numbing and there are those who don't hesitate to compare Moby Dick to the vital it's the book that they have close by to open at any moment in any place and that it continues to inspire their lives the like hamlet that's one of the few works of art that is truly inexhaustible everything that's conceivable exists in one form or another and.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Joining me in studio three sixty today to talk about Moby Dick is there a pleasure thank you yep bye bye now we're going to end today's exploration with Elizabeth Schultz who we talked to at the beginning of the program she's devoted a long career to introducing new generations to the book at the university of Kansas Beth Schultz is absolutely passionate about Moby Dick she even admits to being obsessed with it I asked her to tell me her favorite scene in the book Honecker how many there are well the pending on the day depending on the weather I think in the think of any a passage that would be right but yes there are a good number of passages tell me tell me one given today's weather well let me are referred to a passage in the grand armada chapter this is a chapter in which the Pequod enters into a a part of the world of part of the ocean where there are circles upon circles of Wales and it is at this moment when we see the wailing endeavor at its most horrific at its greedy est at its most exploitive because the well what's go out one after another and they shoot countless are harpoons into the bodies of Wales it is a terrible bloody scene in about three minutes time quick quick harpoon was flung the stricken fish darted blinding spray in our faces and then running away with us like light steered straight for the hearts of the herd though such a movement on the part of the whales struck under such circumstances is in no wise unprecedented and indeed is almost always more or less anticipated yeah it does it present one of the more perilous vicissitudes of the fishery for us the swift monster drags you deeper and deeper into the frantic shoal you bid at June two circumspect life and only exist in a delirious throb and it is in the midst of this may him this bloody operation that they enter into a circle of Wales they go through what is called a living wall that's Melville's furries living wall of Wales and in the middle of this pod they've looked down into the water is very clear and there they see Wales arm I'm making love they see mother whales with their with their faiths they see a whale of baby well that has just been born and is still in the shape of a turn fetal shape as if it has just come from its its mother's womb but far beneath this wondrous.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Right only on the skate hello to tell the well file credits the end the same is but gore ski you on a lake Hey how to cover Starbucks sometime to be alone mark price in Moby do which the playwright David eyes very kindly created just for the show I'm Kurt Andersen and I'm sitting here now with Elizabeth Schultz who is a deeply educated Melville scholar and that's a fabulous three minute summer he really catches just about all of the phone he he does indeed and it also with obviously a sense of humor but of fairly deep reading of the book as well absolutely and let me tell you that many of the opening passages are his darkly funny so it's a humorous altogether for free as well you know that's funny the I think people don't know about Melville is that he was at the time well known as a humor writer yeah he was and he knew every brand of humor that was going and he was ironical he was satirical he was just loaded down with funds he could do all the voices just like the reader of the play did let's hope let's hope Melba would appreciate this this bit have all my life I think he would wait you taught English and art history at the university of Kansas odd to those sorts of tubular guys and girls for many years how do you find they react to this novel I would say the movie deck illicit serve fabulously wide diverse unpredictable range of responses there are those who find that the novel is dumbing and numbing and there are those who don't hesitate to compare Moby Dick to the vital it's the book that they have close by to open at any moment in any place and that it continues to inspire their lives the like hamlet that's one of the few works of art that is truly inexhaustible everything that's conceivable exists in one form.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Marie leave happening now DC leaders talking about initiative Seventy-seven the motor measure that voters defeated back in June. It would pay restaurant workers a standard minimum wage council chair Phil Mendelson disputes the idea that a plan to repeal. The initiative is going against the will of the people know they voted for me, and I was against initiative DC mayor mayor bowser, sometimes the council gets it wrong and sometimes the voter skit it wrong. And in both cases, the council has obligation to fix it. And this is this is where we are with seventy seven councils to take up the matter on Tuesday. Republican members of the Senate Judiciary committee rejecting a demand from Democrats to have the FBI investigate Christine Blasi Ford's claim of a sexual assault by supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh after the GOP scheduled a confirmation vote for for this afternoon. Senator Mike Lee of Utah says they've duty to move forward. We have a job to do here today. Job yesterday was to hear from Dr Ford and to hear from judge cavenaugh. We've done that our job now is to vote today. We're going to do that. Fairfax county school officials passing a resolution to prevent sexual misconduct in the school system requires students and teachers to get sexual misconduct prevention education long before the metoo movement started school board member Ryan mcilveen says the Fairfax county school system has faced its own endemic issues of sexual misconduct survey pound fourteen percent of students in county schools reported being sexually harassed in the past year board member Elizabeth Schultz. I think this is the worst.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington on dual thompson at 1050 am fm and am six thirty washington paul w romeo washington mornings on the wall am six thirty good morning happy friday joining us in ten minutes larry michael boyce at the reds redskins with a preview of the games coming up against cowboys at edel five steve moore with his view on the budget vote in the latest on tax reform any fifteen is elizabeth schultz with the new name of jeff stewart high school and a eight thirty five from the fox news channel it is bret there and i am mary walter sitting here alongside dims colonies big news this morning the house intelligence committee for many months now has been seeking answer from the fbi about how the government has been using the information contained within that infamous trump dossier information about the dossier itself as well as whether or not that information was used as a predicated to a whole host of investigations now we may get some answers paul ryan telling the world yesterday the fbi has now agreed to hand over documents as early as next week curious the point of these investigations is defined the truth and to make sure things if laws were violated or mistakes were made their made again and transparency is what gets you that it is our job under article in the constitution the legislator branch of government to conduct a full and thorough oversight over the executive branch that is a really important responsibility for congress this is why were so frustrated to have learned through the media aspects about this investigation of that we've been asking for documents from the fbi for months and so uh since since yesterday morning the fbi got in touch with us yesterday afternoon and they as as info they have informed us that they will comply with our document requests and that they will provide the documents congress has been asking for by next week and we expect the fbi uh to to honor that that commitment all right so the fbi gonna come through now all of a sudden now what else happened on wednesday of this week where the fbi all the cut all of a sudden came throw oh that's right the gag order was lifted off an fbi informant on the very same day remember this fbi informant represented by victoria tons singh who we've been speaking to this week the.
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"Orleans the battle that shaped america's destiny at 705 john rip back share the republican party of virginia will be joining us at 750 alexina cannons from axios and at eight five elizabeth schultz of the fairfax county school boy to talk about this morning good morning vince wells good morning to you lot to talk about let's start with the news breaking overnight that gag order the the nda that you had this fbi informant subject to the department of justice now says that that informant can now speak to congress about uranium one and the rush for bribery case with all of these clinton lengths the nda has been lifted did he'll be permitted to have these conversations with members of congress uh we talked with victoria tensing the other day who told us that did it who's who this is her client this is joe to jennifer his wife she's she's a lawyer this is her client she's representing him and she's been trying to fight to get this nda lifted and um you know as just to give you like a taste of what she said to us remember we were asking the other day is there any thing in the documents the you've seen as his lawyer that would suggest that robert muller who is conducting this special council investigation into trump and collusion and now we know podesta and everything else but basically involving russia ties anything that would lead you to think that he needs to recuse himself from the russia investigation and not be a part of it she answered simply in one word yes wow an an and this all stems back to the fact that that robber muller was the head of the fbi at a time which predated this rainy on one cell at a time when the fbi was investigating the fact that there was racketeering and a bribery going on in order to influence the united states uranium market by the russians by the russians were interested in in so much more control of the world's uranium reserves ultimately ending up and that uranium one deal approved by hillary clinton eric holder and others that and handed over twenty percent of the nation's uranium reserves to russian control of america's uranium reserves to.
"elizabeth schultz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mark price in moby dude which the play right david eyes very kindly created just for the show i'm curt anderson and i'm sitting here now with elizabeth schultz who was a deeply educated melville scholar and that's a fabulous three minute summary he really cats as just about all the poet he he does indeed and it also with obviously a sense of humour but of faith early deep reading of the book as well absolutely and let me tell you that many of the opening pathogens are hysterically funny so it's a humor is altogether appropriate we'll you know that's funny the the thing people don't know about malbo is that he was at the time wellknown known as a humor writer yeah he was and he knew every brand of humor that was going he was ironical he was the terror call heat was this loaded down with tonnes he could do all the voices just like the reader of the play dead blood let's hope the melville would appreciate this this bit have almajd oh i think he would the where you taught english and art history at the university of kansas odd to those sorts of tubular guys and girl for many years how do you find they react to this novel i would say that moby dick illicit fabulously why diverse unpredictable range of responses there are those who find that the novel is dumming and now ming and there are those who don't hesitate to compare moby dick survival it's the book that they have close by two open at any moment in any place and that it continues to inspire their lives when like hamlet with one of the few works of art that is truly inexhaustible everything that's conceivable exists in one form or another and it's so full of incredible delight the playwright tony kushner was a graduates too when he fell in love with moby dick and he says the.