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Monitor Show 07:00 11-09-2023 07:00
"Pop culture is always evolving, and those changes impact our lives in ways that are both visible and not so obvious. I'm Lucas Shaw, and I cover the business of pop culture for Bloomberg. My job is to uncover how entertainment is changing and explain what that means for you, because context changes how you see things, how you change things. Context changes everything. Start exploring my coverage and more at Bloomberg .com. It keeps surprising on the upside, and that might continue. Markets are a little bit more volatile right now than the underlying economy is. It's going to be slower, but I don't think we're about to go into global recession. It always looks like a soft landing just before a recession. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Farrow, and Lisa Abramowitz. The longest winning streak in two years on the S &P 500 could well be longer after today. From New York City this morning, good morning, good morning. For our audience worldwide, this is Bloomberg Surveillance on TV and radio. Alongside Tom Kean and Lisa Abramowitz, I'm Jonathan Farrow. Your equity market this morning just about positive by almost 0 .1 % on the S &P. Eight days of gains could become day nine. We make it day nine on the S &P 500. That's the longest daily winning streak, TK, back to 2004. It is. We had Chris Morangi in the last hour. We're going to start strong with Julian Emanuel, and this is about the shock, not so much of shorts. Yeah, the shorts are wrong, and I get that. Maybe they'll have their day here. But it's about people, millions of people, John, who are tentative about equities. They're just collegially afraid to be there and the confidence of price to move up right now. That's something they've got to reassess. You mentioned the Goldman Sachs note. Sure. Even there, everybody's reassessing this morning. Let's go through the Goldman Sachs note, the outlook for 2024 from Jan Hatius and the team. The hard part is over, apparently. Lisa, it gets easier from here. More disinflation in stores.
Fresh update on "emanuel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Get a different job and that's exactly what Kurt Signetty is going to do. He's going to leave James Madison after an excellent season. He's going to be the next head coach in the Big Ten at Indiana and he was also just named Coach of the Year today in the Sunbelt Conference and his quarterback Jordan McLeod named Player of the Year. The commanders getting set to face the Dolphins coming up on Sunday. Emanuel Forbes, James Smith Williams sitting out practice again with injury. Tyler Larson though was limited. First it's time for Ron Rivera. Going to be calling plays against a pretty high powered offense in the Dolphins. How's this week been different preparation operation wise. The time you know I used to spend looking at some of the offensive stuff I really haven't done. I haven't had time to to be quite honest to do any of that so just you know being focused with with the defensive guys. It's been great too because you know we've kind of given different responsibilities to the defensive coaches. I think they've handled things those very well. Former Washington wideout Cam Simms signing with the Eagles Arizona and tight end Zach Ertz Mutually parting ways given the tight end opportunity to finish out the season somewhere else Dallas in Seattle tonight Thursday night football we have the first ever Monday night football flex coming up the league is replacing the Chiefs Patriots game week in 15 with the Eagles at the Seahawks. George Wallace the top sports coming up after traffic and weather federal watchdog will take a close look into why Maryland was chosen for the next FBI headquarters I'm Mike Marilla and then later on we're gonna for writing the National Christmas tree lighting down on the ellipse lots of warm -up action going on right now before the first lady show up will take you there all through the evening it's 527 doing business is a pleasure with pallet barrel driving automotive treasure park it in your own garage for over 40 years Fair Oaks has believe lower prices and higher standards should be the norm I'm Melanie Funkhouser president of Fair Oaks right now get up to 20 % off in stock 23 Ram new car you're a pal at Fair Oaks Chrysler Jeep Dodge and Ram online at fairoaksmotors .com. At Easycator we know ordering food for work isn't as easy as it seems. Lunch meeting is set for Wednesday. We need food for 27 people. And it has to be on time. Client is coming. He's vegan. Messy eater. Wear white shirts. You getting this? Okay what do we need? Eating free. No more sandwiches. Make sure there's enough. Make
Monitor Show 18:00 10-12-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand. You get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. I've been to some of the folks that have been here, and there's more to come, because Tim and I are going to go listen to the CAA response to Valerie Emanuel. And we'll, of course, be live from our Los Angeles bureau tomorrow. Daybreak Asia, though. It starts right now. $6 billion in funds to Iran. And Chinese inflation likely stayed near zero during September. House Republican Party described as House of Cards by one of its members. No reported progress on speaker. Blinken in Israel, as Netanyahu says Hamas needs to be spit out of the world community. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. As a new front -runner emerged to buy Manchester United. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Hi, everybody. Nice to have you with us here on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. It's the final day of the trade.
Fresh update on "emanuel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Controversial toll hike on the Greenway Dulles next year the State Corporation Commission Commission has set a public hearing now for January the 9th residents and businesses will be able to weigh in on the proposal to hike maximum tolls in the privately owned Greenway by 40 percent now that session is going to run from 6 in the evening to 10 at night at Freedom High School that's South in writing again on January the 9th. A DC firefighter is in the hospital this afternoon after battling an apartment building fire northeast and fire broke out just before 2 30 in a two -story apartment building on 8th Street near Randolph Street about 60 firefighters responded it was put out in about 10 minutes one of those firefighters did get minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. One day to go until the official end work of and the school week as we head into the holiday season more events are happening around town. WTOP has you covered with our weekly roundup. Need some gifts? Try this market featuring local small businesses. This market is a fundraiser for programs that the museum does all year long to support small businesses. Alex Fraioli with the Highrick House Museum. The Cleveland Park Holiday Market is also this weekend. Similar events are happening in Wheaton, Silver Spring at Takoma Park. It's not holiday related, but Martin Sexton plays Pike and Rose. And don't forget about the fireworks and at tree lighting the National Harbor. All the details at wtop .com. Kyle Cooper, WTOP News. Sports at 25 and 55. Powered by Maximus. Moving people and technology forward. George Wallace here with big news on James Madison football. Yeah Sean and this is their reward an after 11 -1 season your head coach probably a good chance he's going to take a different job and that's what Kurt Sinetti is going to do. He's going to head to Indiana to be the next head coach of the Hoosiers after leading James Madison to an 11 -1 record this year a in bowl game and he's going to get a big pay raise that's for sure. He was named coach of the year today as well in the Sunbelt Conference QB Jordan McLeod also named player of the year. Up a level Commander's Dolphin Sunday. Noah Emanuel -Forbes in the practice field again and today dealing with the elbow James Smith -Williams also out with the hamstring. Tyler Larson was limited this afternoon. Elsewhere, former Washington wideout Cam Simms signing with the Eagles. Cardinals and tight end Zach Ertz mutually agreeing to part ways giving Ertz an opportunity to finish out the year somewhere else. first The ever Monday Night Football flex is taking place. In week 15 the league is taking Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce against the Patriots off of Monday Night Football replacing it with the Eagles at the Seahawks. So a big day for Philadelphia. Three straight weeks of standalone games at Dallas Sunday night, Seattle night Monday and the Giants on Christmas Day. Dallas and Seattle kick off this slate on Thursday Night Football tonight. The Capitals after a nice win last night. Quick turnaround tonight there in Anaheim. The Hero World Challenge at 5 under par. Brian Harmon and Tony Feenau have a one shot lead over Jordan Spieth. Tiger Woods 3 over par, 75 today. George Wallace, W -T -O -P sports. Thanks George. Coming up on W -T -O -P. This ceremony about to start for the lighting of the White House Christmas tree. All the music coming up and the festivities. Our Scott Gelman is there on the ellipse. He will join us live. It is 456. And now the small business buzz packaged by the UPS store. Companies depend on freelancers more than you might think. Freelance site Fiverr as freelancers perform 20 % of work within organizations. The downside is just a third of HR departments think they adeptly manage freelance workers. Business Harvard Review says 49 % of leaders admit finding freelancers with the right talent is difficult. Even so, half of organizations intend to increase use of freelancers next year. I'm Jeff Glabaugh. The UPS store is here to help you be unstoppable this holiday because we're the... I want a pack and ship guarantee so I know my gifts are covered store. When it comes to getting your gifts packed and shipped this holiday, we're the one stop right around the corner everything you need for every way you
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Look at the action in last the year and a half, the two are positively correlated. It's a new world. I want to talk and I'm fired up this morning because I got great word. He's running around the world spouting economics. It just drives me absolutely nuts. Let's get back to common sense. You work for the most famous market economist in the world. Edward S. Hyman invented the game. I want to get from Ed Hyman to Julian Emanuel. What is that linkage across the Hyman predicted disinflation? So Ed's call, again, disinflation, it has been very consistent. And what's interesting about the current environment is it's very rare that you see oil prices ratcheting higher the way they have, whereas copper prices have been going lower. That tells you that what's going on is more geopolitical than an entrenched inflation psychology. That's going to continue to unwind. Hear the full conversation on the latest edition of the Bloomberg Surveillance Podcast. Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Plus, listen anytime on the Bloomberg Business App and Bloomberg .com. Whether you're together, we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating connections new among global leaders that transcend geographies, industries, and ideologies. Because when global leaders work together, the outcomes benefit all of us. Learn more at bloombergneweconomy .com. When you get your news from Bloomberg, you don't just get the story, you get the story behind and the story. How your EVs battery may not be as green as it seems. Why a decrease in global rates birth could send countries scrambling to increase immigration.
Fresh update on "emanuel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The blockbuster movie Barbie. Billie Eilish had a the movie's soundtrack. Sports at 25 and 55. Powered by Maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Alright, George Wallace is here. George, I guess if you're a James Madison football fan, you knew this day was coming. Yeah, you're absolutely right. You go 11 -1 and Signetti Kurt is going to leave the school and get a head coaching spot in the Big Ten. He's going to leave finalizing a deal with Indiana. He announced the team, the school announced it as well. They call it bittersweet, but he's earned it. He's definitely earned it. The opportunity to try it. So he was named Coach of the Year in the Sunbelt Conference today. Quarterback Jordan McLeod also named Player of the Year, but JMU coach Kurt Signetti leaving the school and heading to Indiana. Up a level, Commander's Dolphin Sunday. Emanuel Forbes still out with the elbow injury and just look at the way that this new ownership group is taking care of the fans. Listen to some of the things they have Sunday. They're giving a Commander's Pin set to fans while supplies last as you enter the stadium. You buy a Pepsi and you get a Pepsi Commander's shirt for free. And nachos all day 50 % off. Whoa. Nachos. Wow. You're there. Good customer service. There you go. We never saw that from the previous. No, no. There's not the $12 beer is there still. I mean I'm sure there's still some $12 beers there. But this is a good first step. Right. They're taking care of the fans. Absolutely. That'll be Sunday at FedEx Field around the league. Former Washington Whiteout Cam Simms signing with the Eagles. Speaking of the Eagles their game is being flexed to Monday Night Football with the Seahawks in week 15. So now the Eagles will be on national Television weeks 14, 15 and 16. They flexed the Chiefs Patriots out of Monday Night Football that week. It's the first ever Monday Night Football Flex. Dallas, Seattle tonight on Thursday Night Football on the Capitals. Right back at it in Anaheim. George Wallace WTLB Sports. Thanks George. 356. This report is sponsored by Whole Foods Market. Head to Foods Whole Market for holiday party savings on delectable desserts, crisp wines and more special on December 12. Today around 5000 Americans
Monitor Show 16:00 09-06-2023 16:00
"You pause at that five number because it's the one that we've been all been watching for, especially as you get a lot of corporate bond issuances. We were just talking with Julian Emanuel of Evercore ISI and he was saying, undoubtedly, the flood of corporate bonds coming out is negative for treasuries as investors sell treasuries to make room for all this corporate credit coming on. And that kind of dictates where equities go next for today. It's clearly to the downside. And I was looking at the correlations. I mean, the correlations between treasury yield, the negative inverse correlation, actually probably the deepest that it's been for a good portion of the year here, too. So that's one of the reasons why you're seeing it. But interestingly, Julian Emanuel is saying now that could actually reverse itself as we get deeper into the rest of the year here. Let's take a look at the equity markets right now down for a second day with the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipping by about 200 points or about six tenths of a percent, the S &P 500 down about 31 points or seven tenths of a percent, while the Nasdaq composite is going to close out the day lower by about one percent. And the Russell 2000, which yesterday with the big laggard on a relative basis, a sure outperformer, though still in the red, down by three tenths of a percent. Peeling back the layers of the S &P 500, 207 stocks moving higher today, 296 stocks, Scarlett moving lower on the day. All right. Let's take a look at the sector performances here. And when we split the S &P 500 up into two dozen groups on the downside, you have tech hardware and equipment. That's really Apple dragging things lower auto and components off by one point six percent. That's Tesla. And companies, semiconductor Nvidia dragging that group down one half percent on the upside. No group has gained more than four tenths of one percent consumer durable and apparel gaining four tenths of one percent insurance and food and staples doing a little bit better. All right. Let's take a look at some of the gainers. Didn't have to look too hard to find some green, actually, a lot when it comes to medicine here. Dexcom up six point five percent on the day today. It's a medical device company that makes continuous glucose monitoring systems for people who have diabetes. This is interesting. An analyst from.
Fresh update on "emanuel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"At 25 and powered by Maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Dave Preston, the commanders are going to have hands their full this weekend. That's right, they prepare to face a Miami team that leads the league in passing, as well as Total Yards head coach Ron Rivera. This is a very diverse offense, very well coached. They play fast. They've got good skill players, and we've got to be able to handle certain things that they do and force of our ability. Bumps and bruises from yesterday, defensive end James Smith -Williams, quarterback Emanuel Forbes, center and Tyler Larson, all missed practice. Fullback Alex Armada was limited. Thursday Night Football kicks off Week 13 tonight with Dallas taking on Seattle. NHL capitals have a tight turnaround after last night's victory in Los Angeles. They visit Anaheim this evening at 10 on 15 -hundred a .m. Bring the coffee and set your alarm. Men's college hoops. Howard might be eight months removed from their first NCAA appearance since 1992, but coach Kenneth Blakeney tells me that the word repeat is not used around Burr gymnasium this winter. For us, it's something that we've talked about from the beginning of the school year like we are pursuing something new and we're not repeating from something last year, so it's been really important for our guys. I think to try to get on the same page. Bison are three and five after the other night's overtime loss to beat in Cincinnati. They are the favorites though to win the Miak this season. Dave Preston WTOP sports. Thanks a Dave lot coming up after traffic and weather. Two more Israeli hostages have been released from Gaza. We also have a gag order reinstated in one of the trials involving former President Donald Trump. It's 1956 this report is sponsored by Whole Foods Market plan this week's meals at Whole Foods Market get animal animal welfare certified 80 % lean ground beef for $5 .99 per pound with prime through December 5th while supplies last shop in store online terms apply
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the Proud Boys has been sentenced to 22 years in federal prison over his role in the January 6 2021 capital attack by Donald Trump's supporters. It is the longest sentence yet stemming from the riot. The UN weather agency says the earth endured its hottest northern hemisphere summer ever measured with a record warm August capping a season of brutal and deadly temperatures. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Broker Studios this is Global News 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen for late nights writing English for papers your teen's music taste for dinners where they talk more on their phone than with you. For the first time they call you mom. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen and you can't imagine the reward. To learn more about adopting a teen visit .org. AdoptUSKids Brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services, AdoptUSKids and the Ad Council. The world is facing a water shortage and solving it could combat climate change. If we choose to do nothing about water scarcity by 2050 more than 50 % of the world's population will be living in an environment where there's not sufficient water to sustain life as it is today. That's Calvin Emanuel vice president and general manager for sustainable growth solutions at Ecolab which helps companies optimize water use in more than 170 countries worldwide. I think a lot of people are surprised that there is a direct correlation between water use and reduction in greenhouse gases. Water in manufacturing processes are oftentimes heated, cooled, treated, moved in every one of those instances requires energy. With more efficient water management industrial companies could their reduce water consumption by up to 44 % and trim their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by double digits. Find out more at ecolab .com slash water for climate. Get the news you need to start your day in just 15 minutes. Tesla is cutting prices in China and the US. Wall Street is still struggling to get workers
Ambassador Nikki Haley on the Murders in Jacksonville
"Good morning, Ambassador Haley. Thank you for joining me this morning, and welcome back. Good morning, Hugh. It's great to be with you again. I want to begin with the tragic episode this weekend in Jacksonville, where a racist gunned down three black people shopping at the Dollar General Store. Had he been able to get on the campus of Edward Waters University, he would have done more damage, but he wasn't. You were governor in South Carolina when Dylann Roof murdered nine black people at Mother Emanuel. Why does this keep happening, especially on the political fringes? The racist right wing, the extremists on the right, and the extremists on the left, as happened in Nashville, Tennessee recently. Why? I'll tell you, I mean, any time I hear of something like this, it takes me back to a very dark place. It takes me to, you know, those days where South Carolina was broken, and we couldn't believe that this was the first time it happened in a place of worship. We couldn't believe that it happened during Bible study, and we couldn't believe that that murderer would have that much hate in his veins. And I think if you go back and you look at, you know, what caused him to be like that, and I'm sure they're going to find that about this murderer as well, is, you know, there's a lot of hate online with social media. We've got a lot of mental health issues, and you combine that with the rhetoric that is happening in America of division and, you know, just being able to hide behind, you know, something on social media and getting angry, it causes for a bad cocktail. And when you get that, people die, and we have to stop this. And there is no place in America for hate of any sort whatsoever. We have to call it out when it happens, but we also have to understand, every person in America has a responsibility, a responsibility for what you say, a responsibility for how you act, a responsibility for how you raise your children, a responsibility of way things are talking about in the classroom, and a responsibility to not let the narrative of America be to define people based on how they look, how they act, where they're born, what their hair color is, what religion they are, all of that. We have to see every person as a mother, daughter, sister, father, son, brother, and know that every person is a child of God. And, you know, we just can't stop until this stops happening. It's horrible. I feel for those families. I feel for the community. I feel for the state of Florida.
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Life as it is today. That's Calvin Emanuel, vice president and general manager for sustainable growth solutions at Ecolab, which helps companies optimize water use in more than 170 countries worldwide. I think lot a of people are surprised that there is a direct correlation between water use and reduction in greenhouse gases. Water in manufacturing processes are oftentimes heated, cooled, treated, moved, and every one of those instances requires energy. With more efficient water management, industrial companies could reduce their water consumption by up to 44 % and trim their energy use in greenhouse gas double emissions by digits. Find out more at ecolab .com slash water for climate. Neil Armstrong waited 6 hours and 39 minutes to step onto the surface of the moon. Jackie Robinson waited 20 months to play his first game with the Brooklyn Dodgers, and even DiCaprio had to wait 22 years to win an Oscar. You can wait until your destination. Text and drive. Visit StopTextStopRecs .org. A message brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Project Yellow Light, and the Ad Council. Bridge Bank. Brooklyn Dodgers. Actually breakthrough and remains dedicated to providing financial solutions to the risk takers, the game changers, and the disruptors. Those committed to making the world a better place. Bridge Bank has been providing financial solutions to technology and innovation companies from inception to IPO and beyond for over two decades through its national network of banking teams and offices. Bridge Bank, a division Western of Alliance Bank, member FDIC. Bridge Bank, be bold, venture wisely. The news in Washington has a ripple effect on the country and the world. The president did address our relationship with China today. That's why we bring you the top headlines
Monitor Show 07:00 08-21-2023 07:00
"It's 659 on Wall Street. Stay with us. Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Farrow, and Lisa Abramowitz starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This entire economic cycle has felt like it's been on fast forward. All this talk about a recession so far hasn't panned out. This current correction is not about growth fears. What I see is a pull forward of consumption. We are expecting that both Fed and ECB will stay on hold next month. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Farrow, and Lisa Abramowitz. Getting deeper into summer. Rounding things out. TK can't wait for Labor Day. That's why he's back in the seat. Life from New York City this morning. Good morning, good morning. This is Bloomberg Surveillance. What's that about, TK? Wishing away summer in America. What's that all about? Here's the difference. You guys are always on holiday. People that live on the continent like Francine Lacroix, what they're doing, and Maria Taddeo, they're planning their next holiday where they're on holiday. All we do in America is work. Let me speak for you guys. If we had the weather that you guys had here, which is phenomenal, then I would stretch summer right the way through September. Yes, you guys. What is this generalization? Some of us like vacation. I like vacation. I grew up in America. I think we're both on the same page here. We both like vacation. It's TK that doesn't seem to like vacation, but it's good to have Tom back with us. The equity market on the S &P shaping up as follows. Equity futures right now positive by 0 .4%. Yields are a little bit higher, but that's been the theme, Tom, on a 10 -year. Back to 4 .30 over the last week. That's a huge debate. We're going to have Julian Emanuel with us dovetailing in with Ed Hyman's economics here in a moment.
A highlight from Biden's Katrina Moment
"Hey everybody's and the Charlie Kirk show what's going on in Maui we examine this from every possible angle. We're missing something We're not getting the full truth. We try to figure out what it is. It's terrible. What's happening and the slow Lackluster response it's been really telling Become a member members dot Charlie Kirk dot -com. That's members dot Charlie Kirk dot -com as always You can email us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot -com and subscribe to our podcast Text your friends to subscribe and get involved a turning point USA at TP USA dot -com that is TP USA comm starting high school or college chapter today at TP USA comm that is TP USA comm sort of high school or college chapter today at TP USA Comm buckle up everybody here we go Charlie. What you've done is incredible here Charlie Kirk is on the college campus I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk Charlie Kirk's run in the White House folks I Want to thank Charlie's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives And we are gonna fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here I Brought to you by the loan experts. I trust Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd comm We say America first often on this program, what does that mean? That means that our concerns should be prioritized by our leaders full stop We reject the anthem of neoliberalism of caring about other countries problems while our own country burns Interestingly I have used that sentence quite often our own country is burning our country is burning our country is burning Well literally our country has been burning the last week the beautiful island of Maui One of the the jewels of America It's burning now how the fire started we're gonna speculate. I don't think it's that actually that helpful At this point it might have been arson it was probably human involvement 85 % of massive fires are Human caused was it somebody that was trying to start the fire or not We'll find out as time goes on But what's interesting is that the reaction to the fire has been awfully perplexing. We were told it was no big deal We're showing some of the b -roll right now on screen. This looks like this looks like Pearl Harbor, and I'm not making a joke That looks like Pearl Harbor people in the water it looks like something out of a dystopian apocalypse film and It got worse this weekend as all of a sudden the quote -unquote metaphorical and literal dust settled we realized that the entire southwestern part of the island of Maui Basically looks like Dresden This is catastrophic damage Unfathomable Death toll we don't even know I mean we they're speculating a couple dozen people dead, but no no no It's gonna be a lot more than that. They're saying a thousand people are missing It's beyond comprehension So first let's just be very clear We need to be in an active mode of helping any way we possibly can our fellow Americans These are our fellow Americans, and I'll be honest I've not seen much about FEMA or federal response, and I have a theory about this And it's not it's not a theory that's going to make anybody feel good. I have not seen this massive federal action There are already 96 people confirmed dead Now Maui is home to a lot of different people the oligarchs of our society Jeff Bezos Oprah Winfrey Jimmy Buffett Marc Benioff from Salesforce Howard Schultz from Starbucks Now let me be very clear. There's a lot of People are saying Oh Oprah started the fire Oprah did not start the fire, okay? Just people didn't email me. I think Oprah started the fire. I don't think she started the fire. I'm not a fan of Oprah however if Oprah's property would have been burning I guarantee you the federal response would have been way swifter That I can guarantee you but putting that aside the The tragedy is real, but let's go back to one of our favorite questions that we ask on this program It's an old Latin phrase and it offers clarity We bono who benefits and That's a really sick question isn't it because no one should benefit from Fires that destroy entire islands there should be no beneficiary of Scorched earth, but if you remember tiny dancer Rahm Emanuel Former chief of staff to Barack Hussein Obama who became mayor of Chicago He famously said you can never let any crisis go to waste the response to this fire feels as if it's been slow motion and it reminds me of Dancing in the streets Hugging people saying it was racist to even call that you know the Chinese New Year remember Nancy Pelosi and we went from 0 to 100 on kovat not a big deal to this is the biggest deal Almost allowing it to spread on the homeland so far Remember when Donald Trump stopped travel to China.
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Emanuel, vice president and general manager for sustainable growth solutions at Ecolab, which helps companies I think a lot of people are surprised that is there a direct correlation between water use and reduction in greenhouse gases. Water in manufacturing processes are oftentimes heated, cooled, treated, moved, and every One one of those instances requires energy. With more efficient water management, industrial companies could reduce their water consumption by up to 44 percent and trim their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by double digits. Find out more at ecolab .com slash water for climate. Hi, I'm Danica Patrick. Watching my nieces grow, play and learn is amazing, but not every child gets to be carefree. One in six kids in the U .S. are hungry. This breaks my heart, and it's something that Feeding America is working Working to change. Each year, the Feeding America Network of Food Banks rescues billions of pounds of good food that would have gone to waste and gives it to families in need. To help, visit feedingamerica .org. Brought to you by Feeding America and the Ad Council. At PPAC Private, we know that dreams can lead to great achievements, and that path from dream to reality takes planning, hard work and determination. Our wealth managers understand our commitment to client success. We're dedicated to providing the guidance that helps them achieve it, generation after generation, while others dream, PPAC clients achieve. For advice and planning, investment management and trust and fiduciary solutions, visit PPAC .com, not FDIC insured, no bank guarantee you may lose value. The news in Washington has a ripple country and the world. The president did address our relationship with China today. That's why we bring you the top headlines from Capitol Hill every weekday. Redhead on the terminal, this is breaking right now, still reeling from the Supreme 6 -3 ruling on affirmative action. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew.
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's not sufficient water to sustain life as it is today. That's Calvin Emanuel, vice president and general manager for sustainable growth solutions at Ecolab, which helps companies optimize water use in more than 170 countries worldwide. I think a lot of people are surprised that there is a direct correlation between water use and reduction in greenhouse gases. Water in manufacturing processes are oftentimes heated, cooled, treated, moved, and every one of those instances requires energy. With more efficient water management, industrial companies could reduce their water consumption by up to 44 % and trim their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by double digits. Find out more at ecolab .com slash water for climate. What is dedication? My daughter is biological and my son is adopted. I love them both so much from the morning when wake you up to putting them to bed at night and every moment in between. I think a parent's job is to protect our children but also prepare them for the world so they become good kind human beings. That's dedication. Find out more at fatherhood .gov. Brought to you by the U .S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Ad Council. At PPAC Private, we know that dreams can lead to great achievements and that path from dream to reality takes planning, hard work and determination. Our wealth managers understand our commitment to client success. We're dedicated to providing the guidance that helps them achieve it generation after generation while others dream PPAC clients achieve. For advice and planning, investment management and trust and fiduciary solutions, visit PPACprivate .com. at Not the IC insured, no bank guarantee you may lose value. Get the news you need to start your day in just
A highlight from What Did Trump Do Or Say On Jan. 6th To Deserve Prison Time?
"There's a lot of great things going on here at Team Gallagher. We got the big straw poll that's underway that a lot of people are participating in. Right now, it seems like everybody's daring Trump to go to the presidential debates. First one is in a few weeks, right, in Milwaukee, I think is the first one in August, if I'm not mistaken. He has nothing to gain by going to these debates. I know it'd be fun for him to be there and you can get the popcorn out and there'll be a lot of showmanship involved, but let's be real. What do you not know about Donald Trump? But I guarantee you there's stuff to learn about DeSantis' foreign policy. There's stuff to be gleaned from Nikki Haley. I was listening to Joey Hudson this morning in South Carolina who pointed out there's in Columbia, South Carolina, about Nikki Haley on the campaign trail taking credit for removing the Confederate battle flag from the State House in Columbia. This has been an ongoing debate for many, many years. In fact, as somebody who used to live and work in South Carolina, I remember this controversy quite well. For many years, the Confederate battle flag flew atop the dome of the State House. And then, of course, there was all the hullabaloo and controversy and it's terrible, it's terrible, it's terrible. So they took it off the dome and they put it across the street in like a memorial park. And that made everybody happy for a time being. Then there was that horrific ghastly shooting of nine innocent churchgoers by that monster at Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston. Well, after that happened, Nikki Haley decided the Confederate battle flag across the street was still an affront and somehow offensive. And she's now taking credit for having removed the flag from the State House grounds altogether, when in fact it really wasn't her, according to the state newspaper. I haven't seen the article yet. I want to read it. But it's an interesting dilemma for her because, first of all, I'm not sure, at least in South Carolina, that bragging about removing the Confederate flag is a positive. I mean, you know, they're Yankees and people who don't understand the South and the proud heritage of the South and how many Southerners resent being told that the Confederate battle flag means you're some kind of an evil racist white supremacist. So anyway, that's a sidebar, but it's an interesting controversy about Nikki Haley, where even her own hometown paper is claiming that she's taking credit for something that she doesn't really get credit for. That may come up in a debate. There is nothing to be gained by Donald Trump on a debate stage other than an entertaining evening. He'll bring, he'll deliver an entirely different kind of energy to a debate. There'll be a lot of distraction, there'll be a lot of noise. I'm reading and hearing that he is inclined not to debate. And from where I sit, that's the absolute correct decision. But maybe you disagree. We'll find out. 800 -655 -MIKE is our number 10 and a half past the hour in the ReliefFactor .com studios. And with this town hall poll that's up right now, it's the 2024 Republican presidential straw poll. If you just go to mikestrawpoll .com, you can vote for your favorite Republican presidential candidate. We'll be giving you some updates in the days and weeks to come. I have a hunch I know who will be at the top of the list, but we'll find out. Let your voice be heard. Go to mikestrawpoll .com right now to cast your vote. Many thousands have already done so. Many thousands are already downloading and subscribing to the Mike Gallagher No Interruptions podcast this week. Should there be a ban on TikTok or not? Really smart debate. Brad Palumbo is a young guy, young conservative, who I follow on social media. Very popular, although somebody who already heard the No Interruptions podcast today, which dropped this morning at 6 a .m. Eastern, already finding fault with Brad's logic. Brad does not believe that there should be a ban on TikTok. I don't either, only because I don't know how you pull it off. I get it. The CCP is bad. I understand the Chinese are capable of extracting information and data from us. According to Brad, there are already 150 million Americans who are on the TikTok platform. How are you going to ban that? And frankly, as a conservative, I'm not real excited about banning anything like that. You're going to ban talk radio next, Fox News coming up, One American News? I mean, they've already tried. So Brad argues that banning TikTok is a bad idea. Well, here's Len, who has already heard the No Interruptions podcast out of Illinois, and he texted me, Brad Palumbo, he writes, is a young fool who only sees what he wants to see. Brad points out that anyone with a VPN can gain access to TikTok. That should be stated as any adult, not a nine -year -old child. When a child is nine, at that age, the parents grew up with computers, so they should know not to allow their child access to a VPN. That's the parents' responsibilities, a VPN requires an ID and password. I mean, listen, that's kind of in the weeds over computers. I just don't really understand, and the Internet, I just don't know how you sit around and ban a wildly successful and popular platform like TikTok, because we know how evil the CCP is. And we know that China is capable of spying on us. You don't want to be on TikTok, don't be on TikTok. If you want to be on TikTok, knock yourself out. So, it's sort of an interesting debate, but you can check it all out. Go to MikeOnline .com to subscribe to the Mike Gallagher No Interruptions podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. Make sure you subscribe. There's a lot of great conversations, and the only rule, no interrupting allowed. No crosstalk, no interruptions, no arguing back and forth, you get to hear both sides of an argument in its entirety. And this week's argument is about the banning of TikTok. Check it out wherever you get your podcasts. It's the Mike Gallagher Show No Interruptions podcast. All right, let's go to work with you, 800 -655 -MIKE. Josh is in the upstate of South Carolina, wants to talk about the Confederate flag debate in South Carolina.
A highlight from ndrew Tate Talk and DeSantis' Missed Turning Point with Raheem Kassam and Paul Manafort
"Hey everybody, today on the Charlie Kirk Show, I give you my take on the viral conversation Tucker Carlson had with Andrew Tate. Paul Manafort also joins the program. And we talk with Raheem Kassam about Ron DeSantis and the state of the 2024 race. Support our program charliekirk .com slash support. Email us as always freedom at charliekirk .com. That's freedom at charliekirk .com. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. The center of the conservative movement will be Saturday, Sunday in West Palm Beach, Florida. President Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, Dan Bongino, Steve Bannon, Josh Hawley, J .D. Vance, Vivek Ramaswamy, Governor Asa Hutchinson, Mayor Suarez, and many others. But noticeably absent, we received a decline from Governor DeSantis. And here to make sense of it, Raheem Kassam, Raheem, who is not part of Turning Point, so maybe he can offer kind of an outsider's really kind of clear perspective here. Raheem, what am I missing? Why is why did Governor DeSantis decline our invitation to speak to six thousand grassroots super activists? Well, Charlie, thank you for having me. I'm sorry to have to talk about this issue because I know it's probably a particularly insulting one as far as you're concerned. I almost feel like I should be interviewing you about this. And and, you know, it's one of these things where you got to look like below the surface of this. I know a lot of people were speculating immediately that perhaps Ron DeSantis was worried about getting booed or jeered up on the stage. And my attitude towards that was, well, no, not really. I mean, it's a very welcoming audience. I've been to several of your events that people are never rude or churlish, especially to speakers that have been around on that circuit for years and years, as Governor DeSantis has been. And so I started to sort of think about, you know, what are the other pressures on the Florida governor at the moment that might be causing him to have to kind of park, to put it in a mild sense, snub is probably more more accurate and more representative of the insult that him and his campaign are doling out here towards those those grassroots activists. And what I came down to is this, DeSantis seems to be able to hop on a plane and get to a different part of the country almost every day to fundraise. There's no shortage of it. Yesterday, he was in Wisconsin doing a fundraiser with the Council on Foreign Relations, neoconservative AEI donor who used to give to Rahm Emanuel. And he has time for that. And he has time to go and see his donors in the Hamptons this coming week who are demanding that he explain why his campaign isn't got the momentum that, you know, they all promised it would have, especially if you give me two hundred million dollars, which people have done. And so I think this is probably coming down. Like actually coming down to what the campaign would refer to in newspeak as like scheduling clashes. Right. But what it really means is crisis talk. It's crisis and crunch talks with the donors. It's crisis and crunch talks about Iowa. It's crisis and crunch talks about why he's not making a move in the polls. And unfortunately, I think your event is getting the thin end of the wedge there. Yeah. And again, I don't want to play the victim. We have an amazing lineup here. But Rahim, it's I'm trying to understand the calculus of the DeSantis campaign. It's perplexing to me because you have voters that you have to win over. And by the way, we did a ton of events with Governor DeSantis last fall. Our audience is very fair. I see it completely differently. He if he wants to be the nominee, get in the arena and try to assert dominance. You know, buy a booth, do an influencer reception, try to win over the audience, open up questions. You know, Rahim, it's not just our students that are there. We have hundreds of pastors of mega churches that will be there. We have 500 donors. We have 10 billionaires that will be there. So it's not like there's no donors if that's a big priority. Every major media outlet will be there. 300 influencers will be there. But Rahim, I'm just trying to understand the calculus. And yes, we do consider it a little bit of a snub. And President Trump, to his credit, you know, attending is really something. Does it show you that that there's some sort of a plan that DeSantis has that we have not yet been read into, which is to kind of win the Chamber of Commerce primary first before actually speaking to donors? Because what I can say, Rahim, is what we are receiving from attendees and grassroots, hundreds of messages. People feel insulted that he is not attending this weekend. Yeah, I'm not surprised. I mean, the interesting part of it is that so many people may have been coming along in part to hear from Governor DeSantis. Right. Knowing that you would have and he's been at turning point events before, knowing that you have other presidential candidates up there probably thought like, hey, yeah, this is going to be a good time for me. You know, I've read so much about what's going on in the media or seen him on Fox all the time talking about this, that and the other. But I'd really like to get up close and personal and see, you know, maybe see if he's as awkward as people say he is. Maybe see if, you know, you can disprove some of those things by by meeting with a person, rubbing shoulders, shaking hands, all of the things that go on at political conferences. And to turn your back on that, like you said, this isn't just a student summit. There are there are thousands upon thousands of other leading people in the movement who will be attending your event. And it seems like that, OK. So Reuters today puts out a story that says Iowa is do or die for DeSantis. And this story appeared to be briefed by the DeSantis campaign. At least that's how it read. Right. People who know this world know what those stories tend to look like. And a source close to the campaign said this. Well, yeah, you just talked to the campaign and somebody didn't want to go on the record. So they are themselves now saying we are going to replicate the Ted Cruz strategy of 2016. Now, remember, Ted Cruz won Iowa, but also remember, Ted Cruz did not become the president of the United States. Ted Cruz lost the nomination. Ted Cruz was not the one up there on the debate stage against Hillary Clinton. And thank goodness for that, quite frankly, as much as Ted Cruz is good on some issues, he would have been no way near a candidate as strong as Donald Trump on that stage against Hillary Clinton. And so you look at who he's got behind him, DeSantis, right. Jeff Rowe, Axiom Strategies, that whole Cruz campaign team from back in 2015, 2016, and you go, oh, I see, you're just trying to do a redox. And the reason that they're spending more time fundraising rather than actually campaigning, which would involve turning up at your event, is because the consultant class want their big bucks paid out. What is this? No, finish your thought, please. Well, look, here's the other part of this that I've been saying for months now is that they're not running a populist campaign. They're not populists. The MAGA skin suit is about as much as they have offered to the Republican Party base in recent months. And sometimes it's not even that. They're putting together a new oligarchic establishment Republican donor class. And by the way, they're barely hyped. You can see when he goes to the Dominion Law Lawyers Office to fundraise, you can see when he uses Rahm Emanuel's old backers. You can see time and time and time again, Council on Foreign Relations, all of these guys. That's the team he's putting together. And that's not a populist way of campaigning. And maybe he's telling us something. Maybe he's letting us look. I'm not that much into you. So there's this story. I don't know how accurate it is, Raheem, that there's a kind of a crisis meeting in the Hamptons. Can you fill us in on that? I mean, I saw that you kind of broke that story, added some commentary to it. Yeah, that's right. Look, we were we were following up on a lot of the reporting that was done by Charlie Gasparino on the same issue earlier this week. And I think this story has gone around a little bit around the rumor mills, around the gossip mills. And it just came to a point where somebody was ready to report that out. And that's what that's what Gasparino did. So we pick up on the basis of that using my sourcing, the people I've spoken to. You'd be surprised at how many people down in Florida actually, you know, still still want to I say this as if you're on different sides, but reach out across the aisle of this Republican presidential primary and talk about what's going on and what needs to be fixed and the problems that are manifesting themselves down in Tallahassee at this current point in time. And so, yeah, it looks like at some point over the next few days, DeSantis and perhaps some key members of his team, his inner circle are going to be in Southampton, in the Hamptons in New York, and having to explain to some quite quite peeved donors like, hey, where is our money actually going? Because you have moved in the polls, you've moved downwards in the polls. So what's going on? You know, are we are we going to be supporting you in the future? Tell us what the plan is. And of course, the brief plan back to that is, you know, we're playing the long game. Well, let's get into the let's get into the I want to I want to get into the detail about that. And also just, you know, Trump standing in the party, I got in a little bit of a heated conversation with DeSantis donor the other day, and that's fine, like, he has a right to do that. And he's like, oh, Trump's going to lose the nomination. I don't know one person that's voting for Trump. So, yeah, you live in Aspen, okay, like just you live in Aspen, okay, you live in Aspen.
"emanuel" Discussed on WTOP
"Technology, it has the potential to be misused and abused. More, it connects safely dot org slash radio. With the connect safely report, I'm Larry magid, for CBS News. The NAACP over the weekend issued a travel advisory for Florida joining two other civil rights groups and warning potential tourists that recent laws championed by governor Ron DeSantis and Florida lawmakers are quote openly hostile toward African Americans, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals. It joins the league of united Latin American citizens, a Latino civil rights organization, an equality Florida, a gay rights advocacy group in issuing travel advisories for the sunshine state. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Here's Jay Brooks. Top of the 6th sandy announced park Washington up 6 to two manager Dave Martinez earlier today said that eventually he's got to give a couple of his favorites some time off. Wanted to make sure that Abrams and Ruiz had a day because they get two days and they come back Tuesday. So yeah, but it's hard to play this game for a 162 days. So we've got to figure out ways to get them off their feet. Joey manez is stone Garrett Dominic Smith all with first inning RBIs Riley Adams and ill tomorrow Vargas with home runs in the 6 two lead for the Nats. So there you go, nice day to pick a day off. Two one lead for the O's in Toronto top of the 6th inning Baltimore looking for the sweep elsewhere to the lynx PGA Championship Brooks Koepka now at well, he's at 9 under good for a four shot lead in this final round of the second major of the season to the ice Stanley Cup playoff scoreless in the Western Conference Finals between the golden knights and Dallas WNBA just went final, the mystics falling to one O one on the young season after an 80 to 74 loss to Connecticut, both teams added to complete the home and home in D.C. Tuesday night at 7 from the entertainment and sports arena. Jay Brooks WTO sports. Coming up after traffic and weather, staff level discussions on the debt ceiling will take place tonight and tomorrow when President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy will meet. It's three 26. Get in on tonight's game three action between the Celtics and the heat right from first tip with FanDuel sportsbook. All customers can get no sweat same game parlay every weekend when you bet the NBA playoffs. That's right. Just place a three plus like same game parlay or same game parlay plus on any NBA playoff game and you're gonna get bonus bets back if you don't win. I love how on the FanDuel app I can follow my SGP's and prop bets right in the my bets tab. And when it comes to the prop market, I can bet on stuff like who's gonna be the first player to score ten points or the method of the first basket. Visit FanDuel dot com slash big G BIG CHE. That's fan dual dot com slash big G must be 21 or older and present in Virginia bonus issues now with drobo bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt restrictions applies. He full terms at FanDuel dot com slash sportsbook gambling problem call one 800 gambler. Wake up people, you're optimizing every waking hour of your life. From carpooling kids to work to friends and everything in between. You have to get sleep and a bed that can perform as well as you do
Brandon Reflects on the Power of God
"The most power that I've ever felt at a church was when I was at Emanuel grace apostolic church. And forget the denominational title. Don't worry about that. You can save that for another theological debate. But the power of God was in that church. And I believe it was because the pastor was unashamed and unafraid to preach the truth. And I didn't want to hear it all the time. When I left church on Sunday, I left church feeling empowered by what God could do and what God has done in my life and where I need to go. I never left church feeling like, oh, I got it all figured out. It's all good. I'm in the wrong. I'm on par with God. Every day I left church. I felt like, okay, but I do need to work on that. I do need to work on this and this and that. I want to do better. You know, it's almost like when you have a relationship with somebody. And most of y'all who are married know what I'm talking about. If you love your wife, now if y'all just married just for some other reason, I don't know, I don't know what to tell you. But if you love your wife, I'm always thinking of things in my mind like, how can I make my wife happy? How can I make her life easier? What do I need to do to be a better husband to keep becoming better every day?
"emanuel" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"But now here we are and the fed's going to just keep on going until something either softens or invariably as it has through most of history breaks. Julian, as we wrap up earnings season, and we start getting a lot more. I would seemingly more focused on economic data. How do you think that translates into market activity trading activity vesting activity? So that is actually another one of the challenges. First we have to step back and say, this has been the first earnings season of the last three, where investors were not able to completely shrug off the fact that estimates came in that earnings season was, I mean, you had year on year declines in EPS for the first time since 2020. And unlike October and July earnings seasons, you didn't have the index rally, so it's very much a stock selection environment and actually the vacuum of news between now and the unemployment report on the tenth, how stocks trade and how yields trade. We think the yields have gone a little bit too far here, perhaps in the near term. Let's see how stocks trade if yields pull back if stocks don't respond positively to that as they have for the vast majority of the last year. That'll be new information that perhaps we're a little bit more concerned about the slowdown. Last week question Julian, and that is your call for a retest of the October Lowe's is midyear this year. That's roughly coincides with where a lot of people see the peak fed funds rate. And I'm wondering if that is a coincidence or if that's exactly why. No, it's no coincidence at all. And I think the biggest debate among both investors and frankly the fed is how monetary policy works with the leg. There's a school of thought that says it's only 6 to 9 months now. Well, we'd actually say it's probably more like 24 months because the stimulus was so huge in 20 and 21 that it's just starting to wear off now. And so you get to the second half of the year and the hiking that started in March is just going to start to kick in. That's interesting. Julian, thank you. Good to see you. Julian Emanuel. Guy Donny, I saw you nodding in agreement with Julian when it comes to the lasting impact of the stimulus and so therefore the lag effect is going to be even greater this time. That's interesting. Yeah, and if you're not confused you're not paying attention, I dig Julian as you know. And I think he's exactly right. I think the well, I think market participants are underestimating the lag effect, the impact that this, listen, I mean it's historic what's going on over the last 13 or 14 months. And there's no sign of waning. I mean, they're steadfast in their desire to quell inflation. And quite frankly, it appears to so inflation is about to rear its ugly head again. So I just, for whatever reason, the market doesn't want to seem to acknowledge it. Recently, yes, but not nearly to the extent that it should. And again, if you look at a 202 $110 worth of earnings, you know, a 16, 17 multiple. I mean, you can do that math, Mel. We're looking at S&P that in my opinion should be 3400. And I think we're in an 18 multiple guy. And I think if you think about where we've gone from November or certainly those October 13th lows and we talk about this all the time, you know, semi's up 42%. I would emphasize what Julian said is, I don't think stocks have begun to really price in this divergence between the bond market. We've had 60 basis points since that last payroll number. We have a payroll number next Friday. I think that actually sets the market up for possibly a place to rally a little bit because again, bond yields have had such a massive move. It hasn't been fed rhetoric. It hasn't really been the PCE and the other inflation. It was that payroll number that sent this thing into the stratosphere. And I think if you get any kind of a pullback on jobs, I think that gives equities a little room. Coming up, some big action brewing
Emanuel Jones: Clarence Thomas 'Sold His Soul to the Slave Master'
"And this racist clown joke loser life zero This Democrat senator Emmanuel Jones in one of the most repulsive grotesque things I've seen for a long time Proceeds to go up and in his time on the Georgia state Senate floor Say this about clarence Thomas Place a statue of clarence Thomas on this grounds we can not avoid that conversation So I'm not going to vote it either In the black community we have an expression and I don't want to use this label to deeply hear because I'm just trying to tell you what we have in African American community When we talk about a person of color that goes back historically the days of slavery and that person betraying his own community we have a term in the black community That term that we use is called Uncle Tom And our cat Tom is a either fictional or non fictional character I don't really know the origin of Uncle Tom but it talks about a person who backed during the days of slavery Sold his soul to the slave masters Let's take a deep breath before we dive into this 5 foot plus tall pile of human waste
Alan Dershowitz on Modern-Day McCarthyism
"The privilege of speaking with the great Allen Dershowitz, his book is guilt by accusation, the challenge of proving innocence in the age of me too. You were saying Alan and thank you for letting me call you Alan. That people have publicly excoriated you, you mentioned Caroline Kennedy, whom I've also interviewed strangely. And I find it telling that those on the left in America today seem to be doing precisely what you referred to in the McCarthy era. It's never been so dramatic that people get emotional. They cease to think clearly, and then they feel that we must do anything we can do. Whatever we can do. And that's effectively how they're acting. In other words, they really check their brains at the door. They don't want to be thoughtful or measured. They think now is a time for scorched earth, and it's happening among your tribe and I don't mean the Hebrew tribe. I mean the left. They have been doing this for some time. Well, it's also happening among the Hebrew tribe. I was canceled by temple Emanuel. After the rabbi told me, I had spoken there every year for years and years filled the place up. He said, I absolutely believe you did nothing wrong, but I don't want trouble. I was canceled by the 92nd street. Why? I was canceled by the Romans high school. All saying, we don't believe a word of any of us. Wait a minute. What you just said? No, no, no. What you just said, we don't want trouble. You know and I know. That is how Hitler rose to power. Because Germans, just like the folks to whom you've referred, simply said, we don't want trouble, maybe we even know you're not guilty, but we don't want trouble. That to me is even more despicable than being in an unhinged lunatic like our former friend Larry David, because they know what's right and nonetheless are choosing not to stand up for principle or for someone they know innocent. That is to me the horror and at the center of what we're talking about. And that's why some of the leaders of the Jewish community have been among the worst villains of this modern mccarthyism. By the way, as they were during real McCartney.
Zeke Emanuel: Bring Back the Masks
"Zeke Emanuel remember Zeke Yeah he's a real anyway on MSNBC yesterday about China and the travel ban yet China's about to spread this pandemic a second time I know what communist China is doing everybody does Cut 17 go What measures do you think we should be taking against China And that is a fool that should have been retired a long time ago Andrea Mitchell Absolute clown Start from the top please go What measures do you think we should be taking against China Travel ban a negative test result What is it Is an effective way A travel ban isn't going to end the negative test results are just going to their delaying tactics They're trying to get us information They're not going to help Individually for your viewers Andrea the best thing they can do at the moment And I know a lot of them are resistant is masks N95 really high quality How many more times do we need scientists real scientists Real experts Surveys even now out of the government Let's say masks don't do anything How many more times ladies and gentlemen
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All Japan's electorate has expanded the power of its current ruling coalition for that and more. Let's bring in Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Hey. All right, hey, vina, it is actually expanded in the upper house from 69 to at least 76. This LDP is a party that Shinzo Avi led for years and Bloomberg's Khanna nishizawa says his tragic assassination over the weekend while not affecting percentages. May have had some impact but not too significant extent. But the voter turnout though was a little bit higher than the 2019 upper house election and people were expecting it to be the lowest ever so it seems like more people than expected went to vote. And Connor says a flood of tributes to aave the day before the election may have played a part. At U.S. ambassador to Japan, rahm Emanuel says a gun violence has shaken the country. This is a nation that's an island and a lot of what ails other countries, it is immune and feels immune. It's a very trusting society. And so to have something like this is a total shock to the system. Emmanuel on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says Abe was a visionary and had skills to get his ideas done. Sri Lanka is opposition parties are meeting on forming a new government after the president and prime minister agreed to step down this in the wake of protests taking over their homes. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says his meeting with China's foreign minister Wang Yi has enlarged part laid the groundwork and gotten it done for a meeting between president Xi and Biden within several weeks. He says to this point tariff rollbacks in Ukraine are on the table. U.S. president Joe Biden says the administration is looking into whether The White House has the authority to treat abortions as emergency procedures so that he can let them proceed. Being able access women's private information is so on. That we can work on that. But as president, I don't have the authority to say that we're going to, you know, state roe V wade as
"emanuel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rioters shouting go to go home in the capital of Colombo where violent protests have been going on for months over that country's near economic collapse. Several have now occupied the residents of president go to Bayer Rajapaksa, who managed to escape Saturday when the crowd burst into the palace. For months, the country has been mired in acute shortages, including food, medicine, and fuel. The Sri Lankan prime minister's home had already been invaded and burned. The prime minister said yesterday he and the president of the country have agreed to step down on Wednesday. I'm Scott Carr. The wildfire in Yosemite National Park has grown to nearly 1600 acres fire officials say the wildfire is 0% contained and has grown more to the south. Over 500 Sequoia trees are threatened by the wildfire, including a 3000 year old tree called the grizzly giant. I'm Dina kodiak. The U.S. ambassador to Japan is calling the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe a shock to the system. It's a shock. It's a shock around the world, but it's clearly a shock here in Japan. Appearing on ABC's this week ambassador rahm Emanuel said the unexpected slaying of one of the country's most influential political figures hasn't been totally absorbed into the society or politics, as the country's longest serving prime minister Abe was known for using economic reforms to bolster Japan's place on the world stage, Emmanuel also said the country's bubble of security has been pierced since Japan rarely sees gun violence. A new study suggests regular fasting may help reduce COVID-19 severity. Here's Scott Carr. Results of the study published in the BMJ medical journal for nutrition and health found people who practice regular fasting at least once a month showed lower hospitalizations and death from the virus. The study involved a group of over 200 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 prior to widely available vaccines. A co author of the study with Utah's intermountain healthcare said the potential benefits applied to both young and old people of any ethnicity. Guitar legend Carlos Santana is postponing his next 6 concert dates after he passed out on stage during a show earlier this week. Here's Brad Siegel. Santana, who is currently on his miraculous Supernatural 2022 tour with earth wind and fire, his postponing out of an abundance of caution for his health, according to his manager, a rep for the guitarist as his collapse, was due to heat exhaustion and dehydration during a show in Michigan, a Friday night show in Indiana was called off, and the next 5 shows, since Cincinnati Milwaukee, Rogers Arkansas and Dallas and woodlands, Texas, have been postponed. The mega millions jackpot now tops an estimated $440 million, no one's won the mega millions lottery since April and nobody matched all 6 numbers in Friday night's drawing either. The next drawing is Tuesday when a $2 ticket could be worth over $440 million a winner who takes the cash option will get a windfall of nearly $248 million. I'm Deena kodiak. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The lawsuits have begun. Here's Bloomberg. That's why Susanna a lot of lawyering up going on here. We're hearing that Twitter has hired merger law heavyweight wachtell Lipton Rosen and Katz, as it raises to sue Elon Musk for moving to dump that $44 billion takeover of Twitter. And our SARS also says Twitter aims to file suit early this coming week. Now Musk has brought in Quinn Emanuel urquhart and Sullivan. The firm led successful defense against a defamation claim back in 2019, and it's also representing him as part of an ongoing shareholder lawsuit over his failed attempt to take Tesla private in 2018. Susanna. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. It was the first full day of a new era for those who used the George Washington bridge from New Jersey to New York. If you don't have an easy pass, you don't have to stop and pay the toll and overhead camera will capture a photo of your driver's license and you will get a bill in the mail. The new system faces its first rush hour test tomorrow. Uber says it's a different company now. This in a statement reacting to leaked documents that show the lengths it went to, the lobbying of foreign government officials and the rules that ignored in efforts to expand between 2013 and 2017. The film producer behind the new Trump docu series says he's unsure former president Trump will run again. It's all about the brand. It's all about the word Trump. And the association of the word Trump to failure is something that he can't accept and his kids can't accept. Alex holder appeared on CBS's face the nation, holder didn't rule out the possibility or that the older Trump children would become involved in politics at some point. 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Rep. Chip Roy: Nobody Is Pointing Fingers at the Uvalde Shooter
"Look let's first start with the people you value These are some of the best people I know It's a town that's just outside of the district I represent I work with them often We've had numerous meetings down there about the border situation they're dramatically impacted by the border These are just great people So obviously we've been thinking a lot about them working with others to try to help get them what they need food and resources But like what you're talking about here is what the left does It's the rahm Emanuel right Never let a good crisis go to waste They never will They never do This isn't about bleeding and their hearts are going out to people in your valley This is about wanting to use this crisis for a political action a political move And you said that about the police officers right And obviously you know law enforcement better than I do and better than most And one of the things that's driving me crazy here is how everybody just wants to rush out there and Monday morning quarterback judge Everything that went down Now look I don't love some of the things that I'm hearing out of some of the reports but we still don't know a lot of facts And everybody's rushing out there to point fingers at either the gun or point fingers at the cops the point that they don't want to point fingers at the
The Virus Was a Pretext for the Nullification of the US Constitution
"Before this happened before virus patients were dumped like typhoid Mary into nursing homes in Democrat state after Democrats state of the Democrat state. Before that happened, Biden announced his main adviser and coronavirus was Ezekiel Emanuel, who had written that nobody should live past age 70 and to make that happen, you shouldn't even give lifesaving medications to patients over 70. So you got an advocate of euthanasia for the elderly as Biden's main adviser during coronavirus. At the same time that the Democrats in state after state after state dumped coronavirus Mary in nursing homes inflating their death statistics justifying the closure of churches, the state of emergency that forbade political meetings, remember Gretchen Whitmer was denounced by her state Supreme Court for violating the constitution of Michigan. She should be removed from office and then criminally charged for that. She won't be. Andrew Cuomo was using this coronavirus state of emergency in New York to justify seizing guns to justify nullifying the Second Amendment. He said the state of emergency caused by the virus gave him the power to suspend what remaining gun rights exist in New York State. So what we're seeing is the China virus was a pretext for the nullification of the constitution and the Democrats pushed as far as they could in as many places as they could. They didn't try to lock down of the kind we see now in Shanghai, where people are being padlocked in their homes to starve. But the only reason we're not seeing that is because they couldn't get away with it.
Julie Kelly Previews New Book 'January 6'
"So let's get the title of the book You can get it wherever you purchase your books It's called January 6th how the Democrats use the capital protests to launch a war on terror on the political right That pretty much sums it up Julie Tell us about the book and does this emulate the rahm Emanuel I'll never let a crisis go to waste strategy by the left Well I'll take it a step further It is how to create a crisis to then take advantage of it over your political opponents And what I suggest in my book Dan is that most of what we saw on January 6th was an insight operation that Nancy Pelosi and muriel Bowser left the capitol intentionally unsecure that day that there were FBI informants and agents months before January 6th with infiltrated some of these alleged militia groups And that capitol police let protesters into the building on several occasions and a lot of the confrontations we saw between protesters and police were actually initiated by D.C. metro and capitol police So a lot of people what we saw that day doesn't match up to the reality of what happened behind the scenes both before and on January
January 6th Created a Window to Empower the Worst Characters of U.S. Government
"Saying that what happened on January 6th is anywhere in the orbit. Of the catastrophe, a World War I World War II. However, that is what Kamala Harris and Biden are saying. We'll get to that in a minute. Because if you look at January 6th where one year later, it created this opening and created a window for the worst characters and darkest corners of our government and our ruling class to be empowered and to be given a platform. A created this opening where all of a sudden all the ideas were on the table. Now in certain conservative circles, it's rather cliche to say this, but it amazes me despite how many times people say it still people don't remember it. Tiny dancer, the first chief of staff to Barack Hussein Obama, rahm Emanuel, the 5 foot 5 ballerina failed mayor of Chicago. He had a famous saying when Obama became president. Which he said, never let a crisis go to waste. Never allow something falling apart to not turn into something bigger. And not allowing a crisis to go to waste is precisely how we got the new deal. It's also how we got Lyndon baines Johnson of the great society. The great society program passed by Lyndon baines Johnson, a bitter southern racist. Was passed because no one would dare oppose Kennedy's vice president's legislative agenda after the nation was mourning Kennedy. Linda Benes Johnson saw his opportunity went for it. After Kennedy was shot what 1963, is that right? 1963 was shot. Baines Johnson took over. And changed the entire. Way inner city's operating, basically destroyed the black family. It was the it was the destruction of the black families act by Lenin Johnson. So what change do the Democrats want post January 6? What
"emanuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For the Niners today. That list includes Jalen Hurd, Given Ken Law Emanuel Mosley and Kevin Givens. Let's tell you who did practice today. Trey Lance practice or is currently practicing. In a limited fashion, but there is a video good video out there. So I'm our good friend Matt. Morocco's Twitter accounts are can be our insider that trey lance spinning footballs. Spinning them well. So Trey Lance, that finger no splint that had the microfracture in it. He's able to practice today in a limited fashion. What does that mean? I don't know. But who did practice today fully? Know what that means. They practice their ass off. The list includes Brandon Aiyuk, who's dealing with a hamstring issue. Aaron Banks Nick Bosa. D Ford. Full participation in today's practice. Drake Greenlaw and Jason Verrett. So there you go. You are in the know as far as the Niners. First practice in advance of their first game of the season, coming up on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, seven o'clock In the A. M. The pre game starts on 8 10. Is it on 18? Tim? It's on kgo on kgo. So plan your morning accordingly. Seven a.m. wake up, be there with Larry and John and Dennis and and Tim. You're not gonna do that, Are you? Yeah, That's right. Greg Cosell joining us. Please stick around for that Just sucks. Yeah, Correct. Cosell, senior producer NFL films, part of the NFL matchup show on ESPN. Her first conversation of this rapidly approaching NFL regular season with the Football. Knowledgeable one. You're listening to the Tolbert Kruger in Brooks Show Growlers crawlers and cask. So am I. It's Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks on K NPR one..
Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Dylan roof seeks a re hearing on his church shooting conviction lawyers for dylann roof filed the petition Wednesday challenging the fourth US circuit court of appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the twenty fifteen racist slayings of nine members of mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roof's conviction and sentence last month in twenty seventeen roof became the first defendant did the United States sentenced to death for federal hate crime groups attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing hi Mike Rossio
Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting
"Sentence has been upheld for the white man who killed nine black members of a South Carolina church. Dylann roof had appealed his sentence to the U. S fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was 21 years old when he killed nine people during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Emanuel ax on piano. And yo yo ma on the cello. They played beethoven's cello sonata number. Three in a major and they spoke with alex. Ross music critic. For the new yorker alex's most recent book is called wagner ism. This is the new yorker radio hour. Hope you enjoy the show..
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"So alex what did you think. I'm not. I'm not here on my critic at still like the ps more than ever. I thank you so much that was that was into here. And it's just funded to see both of you from a distance. My first question was actually. When did you first play beethoven cello sonata together. And what is it right now to find your way to a new reading. The piece having played together so often. I'd like to start and then i'd like manny to continue because because i've known manny we've known each other for over forty three years. Yeah and we probably played this very early on in our And so we've been playing peace over four over forty a couple of months ago. Did you know that. There's this dedication that that i never knew about this piece. One of the things that that completely astounded me was. This is such positive beautiful open hopeful music and his patron the one he dedicated the piece to beethoven sent him the copy of the of the of the manuscript with an inscription that said amid tears and sorrel. So we were asking yourself what gives and we look up the date when he wrote this which was an eighteen hundred eighteen nine and so years when he was we realize that that's the year that napoleon invaded austria. Vogg from right outside of vienna. So imagine you're living in the city and this foreign power comes in and takes over your town and just realizing the parallel years. Beethoven who has endured so many tough right at just that moment also the personal side of. He's he's a musician. He's losing his hearing and between that what's going on around him in the city. What's going on in the country. There's this music which is hopeful. Beautiful generous noble noble. All of those things. And i thought this is a good piece for this moment because people are suffering and and we do think that music can give comfort yet does it has that quality of serenity and contentment and and joyfulness. But it's not an oblivious. Crank joy no quite right. There's a there's a very very tearful spot.
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"emanuel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sibley Boulevard. Roadwork on the entrance ramp from westbound Sibley that is closed until 7 A.m. car jackings were up more than double from this time last year. There were four in the city Tuesday night. Three Wednesday night. Chicago police chief of detectives Brendan Dina Hand says the motive typically the commission of another crime Involving a gun or a joy ride, he says. In some cases, it's for illegal resale out of state or overseas. It appears that there are many juvenile offenders who are constantly going out and doing this, and we're doing our best to work with the juvenile justice system. Even through all the reform that is going on to try to hold these offenders accountable and, more importantly, change their behavior. Dean and says. In most cases the suspects are after large SUVs. But the make and model generally appears random. Here. It is you to be extremely vigilant when bringing a vehicle to a full stop like a red light or a gas station, grocery store or even when dropping off your kids a day school Man from the Northwest side is accused in last week's insurrection of the capital. He will stay behind bars overnight of Metropolitan Correctional Center. FBI agents arrested 41 40 year old Kevin Lyons yesterday at his home in Jefferson Park. He's charged with violent entry, disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Here's WGN's Patrick Elwood in the complaint Lions posted on social media. I'm map from his Northside, home to the nation's capital, saying, quote. I refused to tell my Children that I sat back and did nothing. I am heading to D. C. To stop the steel quote lines. Neighbors tell w G and he was an outspoken loyalist of President Trump. They believe the U. S government was abusing Americans. Congressman Mike Quigley, who voted yes. On impeaching President Trump yesterday, says it was necessary believe this president is still a clear and present. Threat who doesn't believe that if he told the malicious to stand down Bella of people would be safer who would who believes that if he told them and said, I lost this election Joe Biden is next president that we would need safer he refuses to do that. You have annoyed, has a new House speaker for the first time In decades, lawmakers in Springfield elected representative Emanuel Chris Welch to replace Mike Madigan. Wells becomes the first African American in Illinois history to be the speaker of the house. I want to thank my colleagues for the trust. They put in me here today to lead our Democratic caucus and to lead this entire Democratic House of Representatives. Tire representative body with Democrats and Republic. Madigan, in a statement said it was time for new leadership and wished all the best to Welsh and historic moment in Illinois politics. Seventh Illinois district wealth by the way, shared his message of unity representative Jim Durkin, who leads the Republicans. Had some congratulatory words are Very passionate. About our positions. And that will continue. I'm extending the olive branch of cooperation. Starting today. Well, just been in the house for eight years. You know that I lawmakers approved an expensive criminal justice and police reform bill. It sets statewide standards on the use of force. Making sure suspects in custody get three phone calls, ending cash bail facing in a body camera mandate for police departments. Representative Patrick Wind, Horse of Metropolis voted no early nineties to 2014 and 15. We have seen massive decreases in crime throughout our state and country. A massive overhaul of the criminal justice system, I believe will lead to increases in crime and an undoing of the things that have occurred over that 20 to 25 year period of time that it resulted in a safer society. Federal authorities have asked test that recall thousands of its older models. Nexus has problems with the touch screens of more than 158,000 vehicles could raise the crash risk. The cars include Model s sedans and Model X SUV's made before 2019. WGN Sports Tampa Baby The Hawks last night 5 to 1. The Hawks are in Tampa Bay Friday night Pregame of Chris Bone at 5 36. O'clock Face off John Weidman and Troy Murray. Ohio State beat Northwestern 81 71 College Hoops. Virginia be Notre Dame 80 68. Here's your forecast. A storm approaches this Thursday. It'll bring rain showers during the afternoon, which change to snow. By nightfall, the high temperature climbs a 41 degrees on Friday. Snow showers will be possible to be windy and colder. The high temperature 34 35 on Saturday mostly cloudy flurries possible a few lingering snow showers on Sunday. Sunday's high temperature 31 WGN meteorologist. 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"emanuel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Boy. He is the man of the news. This is a congressman, representative Emanuel Cleaver with a justification for a man and a woman. Here he is. I might get a print that a woman and for that let's go fight about it. I just if I had said, Yeah, a democratic woman or a Republican woman or You know, we have women, both Republicans and Democrats and record numbers and, uh and then I said a woman. Yeah. So, in other words, is perfectly OK, because I'm still unclear why But he then for said, basically, you know what? You heard me saying. You must be wrong because whatever you heard, I didn't say it 99.999 because the people who are expressing outrage didn't hear the prayer. Prayer wasn't wasn't, uh, for them. I'm talking to God on behalf of Congress asking for unity and so forth, asking God give us that strength to do that. Uh, I ended the affair by saying, Hey, man, we have a record number of women in Congress. Yes, well, so he entered the prayer by saying Amen. No, he didn't. Actually, he said Amen. And then they went to a woman and he's expecting us to believe the reason. That we should accept that because he didn't say a damn look here. Here's the deal. It's the old story. The guy comes home with lipstick on his color, and his wife says You've been with that that that pussy again is there's no, I haven't Who you gonna believe me or your lying eyes. It's the oldest joke in the world is playing on the floor of Congress right now. And Andy, you get to serve with this guy, aren't you Lucky? Catches in the office next to me. He's a really, really nice guy. I don't know what got into him. I don't know. I don't know what he was born in his old room. Invoking Pagan gods had something Brahmin or some kind of nonsense. I mean, again. These people are insane. They're insane. Yeah, just there. By the way, what gets into the right? You know, I'm not following your company's guy, but Yeah, I'm very uncomfortable with the idea that his first thing was a manual. Really Think about that Next time I see him a woman of all a woman over whatever, however you pronounce.
"emanuel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. Now let me get this straight gentleman. This happened in the opening session. Opening sessions of the house begin. The prayer they still do. It's amazing Listen to the mockery of the prayer made by a Methodist minister, So he describes myself It's not shocking. What's happened to mainstream products. Protestantism mainstream Judaism mainstream Catholicism's Is the antithesis of Judaism, Catholicism and Protestantism. Here. Listen to the mockery and stupidity. Of the ending of this prayer in Congress. When was this made some Friday? See Friday was no fraud. It was January 1st. So they were session this weekend. Okay, fine. So and he is also a politician. Is that correct? Always a member of Congress. What's his name? It really? It doesn't matter. What matters is that he's he's a Democrat. And, uh, Emanuel Cleaver from what State Missouri. So listen to this. We ask in the name of the monotheistic guard. Uh huh. And God, known by many names by many different faiths. Hey, man. And a woman. Did he mean that to be a joke? I.