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"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Because it truly has banana republic stuff. Donald Trump Jr. is our guest here on the Mike Gallagher show. Let me ask you a personal question. There's a belief that it's inevitable that your dad will be indicted that they're going to find something that they're going to make something up. They're going to do anything they can. To try to prevent him from running again in 2024. Do you agree with that? Do you think that's inevitable? Do you think we're seeing that next or is there nothing there and they're just going to have to keep trying? Yeah, you know, I don't think there's anything there. But again, there's got to be a reason in my opinion that they say, hey, we can't let your lawyers watch what's going on. You got to turn off all the close circuit television security cameras at Mar-a-Lago. You must do that. I mean, why? I mean, if you're doing this and you think there's really something there, why wouldn't you want a witness to be able to say, hey, this stuff's legit? When we ask for the records, when we want to unseal the war, no, we can't do that. And Merrick Garland has no problem. He goes on TV. We want to be totally transparent Mike. We want to be very transparent about what's going on. And then about 5 minutes later, once the camera is in the mainstream media, they get that sound bite. They run with it AD nauseam. Oh, we can't. We can't actually be transparent because, you know, we'd give up XYZ. I mean, it's all a big lie. So I mean, if you were actually trying to be above board and it was anything beyond another yet another witch hunt, why would you act that way? Why would you do these things? So, you know, there's no question in my mind. They're trying to figure out anything to stop Trump because they see him as the only threat in the Republican Party. I mean, the rest of the republic is frankly. They're either too weak or they're still beholden somewhat someone like Donald Trump who's successful and rich on his own and doesn't need them and doesn't need the future board seed at big war or whatever it is to make a living. That's a real threat to these guys power. They want a president that their donors can call up and he'll pick up the phone and when they say jump he says, how high? That's what they want. And so Donald Trump, the only real threat, I think, to that. So I think this whole thing has to be that way. Otherwise, you talk about they get out there, talk about, it's a very specific word. No, it isn't. They took picture books. Right. They just picture books. They're out there looking for anything. And it's past this. I can't get as a child that they can try to pin on the Russians. It's insane. I can't get over the passports. Like they thought he was a flight risk. Those agents are at Mar-a-Lago had to say, well, let's get his passports because he might get on the plane and fly into North Korea. I mean, this is how crazy things are. Well, beyond that, but then they lie about it, right? No, the passports weren't taken. You saw no O'Donnell as I know the passports. Oh, actually they were. Now that we realized they're beyond the scope of the war that didn't stop him from taking it. It didn't stop him from taking attorney client privilege documents. This is a basic fundamental Tenet of our constitution. That there is attorney client privilege. Like they take that. I'm sure they photocopied it. I'm sure there's they've looked at anything there that delve in use as a basis to create yet another witch hunt to try to find something else to be able to do it. I mean, this is a violation. Like we've never seen before. And yet, the media and all those people, you're talking about democracy and yada yada yada. You know, it's a wonderful sound bite for them, but when it actually matters, they're totally missing. They're silent because they're tacitly accepting it. As long as it's against Donald Trump, I mean these are the threat to democracy, not the FBI's HRT team. You know, not the guys. Again, to try to entrap a bunch of meth heads in Michigan or signed off on faulty Faisal warrants who then lied about it. Who didn't even get back fully reinstated in their jobs. And then there's no consequence. If you're on the other side, I mean, that's what's going on in America right now. And it's been better republic stuff, and again, from what I've seen from the people and you know that I'm on the ground with sort of real America probably more than anyone in the Republican Party. These people are pissed off. And it's not Republicans. There are quite a few Democrats who are no plans of Trump that are saying, holy crap, what's going on here? I got to tell you, I got about 30 seconds, but I've got a huge segment of my audience who says the next best thing to Donald Trump Jr. running are Donald Trump, the father running in 2024 is Donald Trump Jr. taking the carrying up the taking the torch and carrying the mantle and he political aspirations for we're going to see you run for office. You never know, listen. It's an honor to even be considered. I'm going to keep fighting because, you know, for better or worse, maybe I'm that guy to some of those people simply because it doesn't exist in the Republican Party and I have the guts to actually fight and defend these things and not just say, well, you're not allowed to criticize the FBI. I mean, there were once lauded institutions like, no, look at that record for the last 5 years. They've stopped exactly zero attacks. They're politically persecuting, you know, they're acting as the attack dog of the Democrat party. And guess what guys? We got to call that out. Yep, we got a call. Well, just sit back and pretend that's not an issue. That doesn't mean there's not good people anymore, but the more this happens in the fewer people speak out, it's getting harder and harder to defend. And so, you know, I'm just honored to be considered a fighter. We need more of them on our side. There's God knows, you know, we got to be playing the game the way the Democrats do, because until we do, this is never going to stop. I'm going to take that as a maybe. Donald Trump Jr. get his book liberal privilege Joe Biden and the Democrats defense of the indefensible thanks, Don. I appreciate you joining us. Keep fighting the good fight. Thank you..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"And it's happening right here at home. And we've had enough. It's beyond inconceivable. You know, if you were a Hollywood script writer and you pitched a plot for a movie that said that the lawyer who represented Jeffrey Epstein's team and people who worked for Jeffrey Epstein became a federal judge and then of all the thousands of judge judges in the country, he's the one who signed off on this Mar-a-Lago search warrant, which evidently allowed them to seize every single document generated during the four years of the Trump administration, which should have been the biggest red flag imaginable, but honest to goodness done. You wouldn't, that wouldn't pass muster. They've laughed that writer out of the pitch room. That screenwriter would have been thrown out of Hollywood for publishing something unrealistic and yet it's there. It's happening on a daily basis. We're seeing it before our very eyes. And it's just, you know, it's clearly a political vendetta. They have weaponized the FBI. I've been thinking about this but it wasn't like a couple of bureaucrat agents showed up to Mar-a-Lago to exercise this war. We heard about how desperate it was and yet the Merrick Garland was weighing on it for weeks and months. Like I thought, you know, he had to nuclear codes. Remember that one last time. He still had them. It's incredible. He must have taken the nuclear football from The White House. They showed up with the FBI's hostage rescue team for your listeners who don't know what that is. That's like the seal teams of the FBI. Right. You know, now I understand that like three weeks ago, there was a narrative that took about two seconds to disprove, although the January 6th inquisition committee didn't want to hear from the actual Secret Service, but there was the narrative that Donald Trump had choked out two young, heavily armed, very fit Secret Service agents at the age of 75. During the January 6th stuff to go be with his supporters, that took about two seconds to disprove, but they still ran with it for days and probably weeks. So maybe that's why they needed the hostage rescue team to show up to an empty house to make sure that Donald Trump didn't take out the bureaucrats serving this warrant when they've been writing said that he's been cooperating with them all along and working very well with them. What's going on here? Well, how does this fly in America? An Americans are saying that this was going on in a third world country. We'd be the Liz cheneys of the world would be getting us in a war over this sort of stuff. For no good to America. But nonetheless, but here, no problem. It's totally totally above board. Nothing to see. The countless things that the FBI has allowed to slide under their radar all, all the attacks, all the shootings, all the people that had on their radar quote unquote, you know, that happens and goes by. Have they stopped anything? Have they done anything other than again, be weaponized against the political enemies of the Democrat party? It's getting bad. I mean, I said this the other day and I've gone to great lengths to sort of separate out in my defense of law enforcement across the country who have just done such an amazing job. For the most part, you separate out like the bureaucrats in charge of the FBI and the door kickers. I've been saying this stuff for, hey, but like, at this point, if the HRT is being called in to do this at Mar-a-Lago, there has to be some FBI agents willing to step up. You know, every whistleblower, if it's against Republicans, it's turned into a deity. They've been turned into heroes. Someone's got to say something because I hear it from people individually in the FBI. They can't believe what's going on. They're shocked. The tarnish on our badge, it's a disgrace. Someone's got to start saying something because if these bureaucrats can get away with it and no one does, you know, it's getting harder and harder to defend this stuff at this point..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"The is it morning yet? Deal. How about now? Or now? Because morning time is McDonald's breakfast time. And that's the best time of all the times. Wake up with a little splash of sweetness, get any size iced coffee from caramel to hazelnut to French vanilla for just 99 cents until 11 a.m.. Price and participation may vary can not be combined with any other offer. Every day we're living through a time when we think it can't get any more shocking. But I'm not sure how crazier it could be than to witness the raid of the 45th president of the United States home in Florida last week. You know, I've been interested in talking to people in president Trump's inner circle, doesn't get any much closer than his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., of course, is a fierce voice on social media. He's a businessman. He's the executive vice president of the Trump organization and it's a real honor to welcome Donald Trump Jr. to the Mike Gallagher show. Don, welcome back. Have you been sure? I'm doing well, Mike, good to be with you. Well, first of all, extend our sympathies for your loss. Your mom passing away a few weeks ago and wow. What a life that lady led. Yeah, she was an incredible woman. It's a real shame. And they don't make them like that too often. Nope, nope, one in a million. And again, our condolences for the loss of your mom. And of course, who knew that weeks later, you'd be on a radio show being interviewed by somebody who's going to say to you, they took your dad's passports, done. They took his passport. Passports, they took his, they took his picture books..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on WTOP

"The overcrowd area doctor Julie morita is a pediatrician and executive vice president of the Robert wood Johnson foundation There's probably WTF's dietary sodas first after about the youngest among us who can not yet get vaccinated How can families best protect children under 5 who can't get a vaccination Truly amazing that we have a vaccine is available for all people 5 and older in the United States That's truly remarkable Great progress has been made And yet we know that our children that are younger than 5 remain unprotected The vaccines are safe and effective for older people And so we all need to make sure that we're vaccinated fully so that we can actually protect the young ones who can't be vaccinated themselves Even though they're children didn't necessarily little ones didn't necessarily get as sick as the elderly or people with underlying health conditions still hundreds of children died because of COVID And we need to do everything possible to keep them safe So making sure that we get vaccinated and making sure that when they go to healthcare settings at the staff and the employees are all vaccinated and they're wearing masks Making sure the ventilation systems are good Those are all things that we can do to really keep our children under 5 years of age healthy and safe Would you still recommend that all of us act as if the virus is here to stay Would say is that when I look around the nation and I see the high rates of disease and the high rates of hospitalization and many of our healthcare systems really struggling to care for the people who are getting sick I can say for certain that we are far from at the end of this pandemic And we need to keep our guard up So people can not really stop wearing their masks People really need to continue to get vaccinated They need to be using good judgment in terms of going into places where it's crowded or where there's poor ventilation so they really avoid those kinds of settings It's also critical that people test themselves that identify when they are sick so they don't expose other people especially people who are underlying health conditions in our elderly At some point we will be out of this wave but that doesn't mean this is the last wave As long as we have under vaccinated communities and countries we are at risk for getting a new variant to emerge With the latest in the COVID pandemic that's doctor.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"W F L A 11 after eight and George Karl, by the way, says traffic. Seems a little light this morning, he said. How about a poll to see how many people took today off because of the game last night, and he says, I'm guessing 25% of the people didn't go to work today. But a lot of people think that The Monday after the Super Bowl ought to be on holiday. It's funny. You bring that up in 8 40 today and about 30 minutes we'll be talking with somebody about that very subject having a holiday on the day after Super Bowl right now we're talking about something very Super Bowl committed as Timothy. Bullet Ball joins us. Executive vice president at Highland meant And you all have put together the bucket here. Super Bowl 55 Champ coins right or you're going to put them together. Good morning. Yeah, you're there, Timothy. Yeah, Actually, this is Vince. Tim couldn't make it this morning. Okay. Vince Po Box from the Highland meant All right, Vince. We'll get that right at Highland meant and tell us about the coins. So what we did of what a season to remember, Of course, and the commemorate the Buck's Super Bowl title. We created this limited edition frame. Are this collectable frame measures? 13 by 16 and we mounted in double matting under glass eye commemorative photo with two minted coins. So the eight by 10 photo features A collage image of Brady drunk Evans, Goodwin and Ronald Jones. And each photos hand numbered. Added. Next to the photo is a banner listening the scores of every game the Bucks played this year. What makes this collectable very unique is like you said the coins. There are two men to bronze coins in the frame. One is the Buck's Super Bowl. 55 champions Coin, and the other one is a Super Bowl 55 commemorative coin. This is a limited edition. Only 5000. It's officially licensed by the NFL. Therefore, each champions frame is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and get it for yourself. SP flipped calm and thrown. Anyone wants it. 1885602727 will be given one away. Actually, every day this week, one in a little bit here, you're gonna have to get creative here because I anticipate Tom Brady winning a couple more than just one. Well, maybe we'll have to make some multiples and I'll be back to back to back which has a nice ring to it, right. I like it. I like it a lot. There were three pizzas. So the cost of this is only $99 also on it, So it's a great collectible and somethingto have and you could put it right next to your Tampa Bay Lightning one, so On Deacon Reserve one now by calling 888560 27 27, or you could go to SP flip dot com where people are waiting to take your call. That's S is in superb Using bowl f l i p dot com and Jack for your listeners. Also, they order now we'll get them. We'll give them a free Super Bowl 55 bronze coin. On top of that, That's nice. Fantastic. Well, that's we appreciate your joining us on a M. Tampa Bay this morning, and I'm sure Natalie will get the information up on our website. That's terrific. Well, thank you very much. All right goes go. Tampa City of champions Champa Bai will be given one of those away here in just a few minutes actually can light up your calls now, 809 699352. Over giving one away. We're gonna give one away by the ones you got to go to our website. This is funny. It's actually Saturday night alive Commercial parody about flatulence. Which is kind of a guy thing. Sure. Is it least women say it is. I think you guys just embrace it. More truth. Funny noises. You're more proud of it. We hide ours and like we'll blame it on someone else. You guys like. Embrace it Well, anyway, also a virtual look inside the White House. You can Not exactly what the White House looks like inside and everything I values sound over smell. How we're really going back. It's true. I grew with you on that. Also a Super Bowl. Commercial Recap in case you didn't get to see some of the commercials. They're all right. They're on there. It's 8 16, and we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Tampa's mayor is congratulating the Super Bowl champs Mayor Jane Castor tweeted that despite every challenge team, Tampa Bay worked hard, played hard and came out on top. She had she wants to see Tom Brady in her office today to discuss renaming the area top Obey. ST Petersburg Mayor Rick Kreismen also tweeted his congratulations and he says Saint Peter's Brady is not out of the question. The second Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump starts tomorrow. Single House article of Impeachment accuses Trump of inciting the deadly riot of the U. S Capitol on January. 6th. Trump's attorney will argue that it's unconscious Tutu sh Inal to try the former president since he's out of office. Thousands of workers had an Amazon warehouse in Alabama will soon vote on whether.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"The parking lot. Thank you very much. Not black. Yeah. Put it back up to a 14 point. That one was from East Mesa. And it went 95 81 d book can cook 23 points for him as a son to take down the Pistons 109 to 92. We've got more NBA highlights later on in the show. Since we're just one day away from the Super Bowl. A lot of folks are using the time leading up to the game to talk about one of the biggest issues facing the league of the fact that there are now on Lee, three black head football coaches and the NFL NFL executive vice president of Operation Troy Vincent was on K. J Z to discuss when you look at the totality of the work, the eyeballs go back to this island, which I understand the head coach, But Terry Font knows a GM Today. Brad Holmes is a GM Today, Martin may use the first returning black GM in the history of our game. I'm not going that we can't discount that does justice those air significant higher? Aaron Glenn, your former teammate, is a defensive coordinator. D'Amico where he's a defensive coordinator. We used to see the All of the black head coach. He goes from head coach to a position coach or out of the game, not coaching at all. If the land where we would love to see him be a head coach and this past cycle, he's a coordinator, right? He Morris coach Morris. We would love to see him be a head coach, but he's a coordinator. That fall is so steep, but we've made a lot. We have a first team president and Jason in Washington. So the totality of the work I feel good. I'm optimistic. We're hopeful. We have some things to build on. And now what we do is as well. Come to a close You're here. We'll be able to sit back and we'll assess We'll analyze will listen. We'll listen to those. We know we need to listen to Eby. Okay? What did you think about your interviews? And then we need to interview the Eight clubs that seven club that interviewed it. What did you hear? Need to talk to Leslie Frazier. We need to talk to all everyone. Patrick Grand. What did you learn? And now we have to go back and say, how does this aligned with our seven point mobility plan that we put in place on Friday, NFL chief diversity and inclusion Officer Jonathan being hung out with speed and Fitz to talk about the issue as well. And so when you look at the hiring season right now, of course we're disappointed with where we are with head coaches, but But he also have had 12 People of color interview for the head coach positions, which is ah lot, Maura. That happens in the past. We have also had 16. General managers of color candidates that interview for those roles this year and we had 37 different diverse coordinator candidates interview for the role. So what we're having is Having Maura opportunity, more access and opportunity to compete for these roles we did, and also we have Moorhouse IRS across the board, but we're not where we have a lot more work to do, and we're not happy with where we are. But we are making progress. Hopefully, that progress continues. The NFL certainly has made progress this season progressing through the season despite being in the midst of a pandemic again, Troy Vincent on how they got it done Memories. Commissioner Goodell. Tom Maier, doctor seals. We just worked. They worked together. The only way this was going to happen is put titles aside, put Pride aside and what is in best interest for the players and the coaches from a health and safety standpoint, and I do. We believe that at the core it was how we get this season kicked off in a safe and responsible manner. Daily multiple calls a day with clubs as you saw you read you, You know, ESPN reported. You have infections. You have spreads and who's playing who's not planned. And once we found that we say that that's sweet recipe of Identification, isolation and containment of a possible spread. Okay, now, Troy. Now you schedule a game as we look ahead to the Super Bowl. We know someone's got to win and someone's got to lose. We've got top notch analysis on how each team can get it done. That's next on SportsCenter all night..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Permanente markets outside California executive vice president also joining her on this panel discussion. Dr J. Stephen Joe Stephen Jones, Inova Health System president and CEO as well as Kenneth Samit MedStar Health president and CEO. They're part of this panel discussion discussing the coronavirus response. It's hosted by the Economic club from Wednesday. The moderator is club president David Rubenstein. Even, um I have all the body parts that I was born with. I don't have any artificial ones that I'm I'm planning to get. But let's suppose I wanted to get an artificial hip this but because all my friends and I might want to get one is now a bad time that come in and get one because I might be afraid that I'm going to get over it in one of your hospitals. Is there a risk? If somebody comes in for elective surgery, unrelenting cold and here, she comes down with Kobe because you're not adequately able to protect. It's important. That's a great question that that originally when we saw some of the terrible things that happened in New York and Italy, where there weren't protections, there's no doubt that there was significant transmission of covert both to the team members who are providing the care and Essentially the other patients. We know now how to prevent transmission this disease. Kids already mentioned several of them here with masculine distancing. They're not rocket science, but the science supports that they protect us. There's way that we know that. So, for example, you know, we've had about 10% of our employees at Inova who have had Kobe which sounds like a big number until you see that, the CDC said back. In November some months ago that 15% of all Americans had covert. So there's this concern of that the hospital's the place where Kobe it is the hospital's one place in the country that's actually adequately protecting ourselves from covert. And so you should absolutely get the necessary medical care and then that's unnecessary, of course, but the necessary medical care, and in fact, we saw tragedies across the country that where people with health care sometimes because perhaps the industry was forced to older back, perhaps because people were afraid, and we know that the number of actual deaths has been higher than the number of covert deaths in these last 10 months. Part of that is unequivocally due to delaying necessary medical care so we would feel very strongly you are safe. At least it's safe in the hospital or health care setting. As you are anywhere else that you go and fuck you had the Stevens calm because I think it's really important because the communities have to see hospitals is safe zones, and it's been proven so even with Steven's numbers on the percentage of a Nova associates that became positive, similar across the region Beside his hospital, I ventured to say, and I know it's true at MedStar. The transmission rate between patient and associate in the hospital is actually less than 1% are people that are getting sick it they're getting positive. They're positive from the community. We're not seeing transmission because of Steven said of all of the protections Everyone is conscious of creating that safe son in the hospital. So if you have needed care, you absolutely should be doing that. And I think that's a really important message that nobody should hear differently relative to seeking care when you need it in a physician's office or whatever it might be. So what's been the impact then on your organization? Financially, you've lost money from where you otherwise be because of covet? Yes, significantly again part of our rover mission to do all the right things and we're about as even I talked with you about in the Economic club about back in April. It is the single biggest financial crisis in the history of America's hospitals. And we went all into do the things that the community expects us to do. It needs us to do give you some numbers in our Q four. So in queue to the spring of 2020, we projected a 3 to $400 million deficit at Medstar took a bunch of management interventions on both the expense and revenue side. And let's say for rounding that that was a $200 million number in Q four. This is all without cares and support that comes from the government. When we looked at this fiscal year for us July 1, and we're obviously now into two quarters of that another $100 million worth of impact from from the expenses that can talk about to take care of all the issues all ready to go, but In which those things even though we haven't stopped doing non coding cases, none of us are back to historical levels for a host of reasons, and so again, that's a $300 million number before what might come from the government and support so it's a significant issue, and somebody wants that anybody wants it past to get it past. Is that yet the case can anybody get a test today and I want to test what do I do? I just start with your hospital and say, Give me a test. Yeah, I don't think testing any longer is that is the issue. So for for med star, if you have if you have a symptom, If you're symptomatic, you could show up on our urgent care centers that are Edie's obviously even get all the primary care physicians. If you simply want to test that there are major drive. Thru scaled up sites all over the region. Getting a test is Is not an issue. Okay? Even I may ask you if I get a positive on my focus test, which I haven't had yet. I mean, I haven't been positive yet. And you say I think quarantine the home of battlefield so that what should I do when I'm quarantining at home? Drink a lot of water. Should I? Make a lot of Diet Coke. Should I should I go to McDonald's and get things delivered, or what should I eat? That's gonna make me recover more quickly. Anything I could do to help myself recover. This point. There's nothing other than just taking nor the normal good care of yourself on staying away from others in that period of time, where you are potentially transmitted because we don't understand why so many cases were mild, and so many cases are severe or fatal, And so staying away from other people's the only advice I would give you in that window, Okay. And have you had a vacation since programs starting, and are you planning to have a vacation ever when you're gonna get your next vacation? So my wife and I drove to Maine and rented a cabin on the water back in early, so September. It was a great week for us. I currently have scheduled to go skiing and about six weeks on a lot of that will be. One is I'm vaccinated, too, will be what happens between now and then. We fortunately are seeing the covert case is going down pretty significantly. But it's always easy to predict the past. Not as easy to predict the future. And so whether I actually go hit the slopes. I'm I haven't bought my ticket yet. What's more dangerous going there? Without your being vaccinated. Everybody else might not be or just skiing. Is that more dangerous for you? I'm a pretty say scared, David. There's one thing we haven't talked about it think is worth talking about. I'm vaccine availability, though One of the things that hasn't been discussed it nationally is the fact that we're throwing away a lot of vaccine in the bottom of the bottles. And I think it's time for us to look seriously at that. You know, our pharmacist have looked at it have been able t Get about 8 to 10% more dosed out of the bottles right now. We're not allowed to do. That But my understanding it's being looked at that we would potentially be able to do that. You know that you think those drops in the bottom don't matter. But if you can get even 5% more, that's pretty significant on the number of Americans that need to be vaccinated. That's one that I hope will be taken under consideration as well. Now I know that it's being looked at and so forth. So You. Have you ever talked to Dr Fauci about this? Do you think he's you know, basically feeling a little bit better today than he was a couple months ago..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Let's look back on this day in sports history. January 26th. We'll start off today in 1989 just days after winning a third Super Bowl in 10 seasons San Francisco 40. Niners head coach Bill Walsh steps away from his coaching. Position and was named executive vice president of football operations for the Niners. His overall record with the Niners was 102 63 and one today in 1991. Houston guard Vernon Maxwell becomes the fifth player in NBA history to score 30 points in a quarter in the Rockets, one of 3 97 home win over Cleveland. He joined Wilt Chamberlain, David Thompson, George Gurban and Michael Jordan and today in 2000 and eight in the Australian Open Women's tennis final. Russian Maria Sharapova wins her first and on Lee Australian Open title beating on a Ivanovic of Serbia 756 threes Now you know today in sports history on my heart radio. Hello, America and welcome to the Glenn Beck program are our solutions for co vid coming up in just a second. We have Mark Meckler on.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"F l A. It's am Champa Bayer at 8 42 with Jack Heron, Natalie and Katie. And Felix Vega on board right now, and we're gonna be hearing from him in a couple of minutes. But right now, first of all we've got Timothy Boyle Joining us from Highland meant he is the Executive vice president, and we've got the Buccaneers Super Bowl 55 flipped coin. A replica of that flipped coin that were given away here on a M. Tampa Bay each morning this week and Tennessee tell us about that flipped coin. Yeah. Good morning, Jack. This is the 28th consecutive year that Highland men is producing the coin that will be flipped immediately prior to the Super Bowl. We like to say the game doesn't start without us. And because we're making exact replicas of this coin Buccaneers fans can can actually own a piece of Super Bowl 55. The coin is licensed by the NFL comes in a collector's booklet that you could display you know what home or the office and the The Flipped coin itself is a silver plated. It's got 24 karat gold highlights on it. And it's got the Super Bowl 55 logo and the Vince Lombardi Trophy on one side. And then the Chiefs and Buck's logo's on the reverse You confined in an SP flip dot com I always laugh Timothy, where people will get their Super Bowl champion tattoo before their team wins the Super Bowl, And then the team loses. And I say, Well, you're stuck with that. That beautiful thing about this coin drop. And as much as Bucks fans want to see the Bucks win the Super Bowl. The beautiful thing about this point is, it doesn't matter. The result that Point this game, the teams that are playing in this game that's not changing. That that's exactly correct. And you know, we're.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on KTRH

"Let's talk about the business model of your sight and how workable this is because in my opinion, The marketplace of ideas, the more shelves stocked with various products. I like lots of different cereals and lots of different beers and lots of different wives. And I think this is a healthy thing that most folks don't have. Years of experience that Fox News and I look atyou, the team you've built John Moodie, executive vice president at Fox News Channel, Laura Falun, If I'm pronouncing that correctly, was that Fox News? So you? You've got some folks that bring big names. I'm guessing you could probably bring some investors in But I'm not asking for your tax return. But this is a slick Web site. It's not a cheap proposition. Somebody has to find advertising. You have to monetize this thing. It's not charity. What does this look like? And how many more of the court news is? Should we expect to see realistically? No, That's a really good question. It is. It is, um you know various them and what we've seen is an explosion of sites and some things you can do. Very cheaply and some things are expensive. You know, people are expensive. Getting a slick looking website. Very cheap. Um, you know you can you can do you know so so. Depending on kind of your level of journalism, and and are you just basically doing rewrites, which we spent a decent amount of time doing that we dig into into some some original stuff. It's um Let me say that the tricky part and it's it's could be discouraging sometimes because the tricky part about succeeding online right now. And this is something that I tried to resist a much as I can, and I'm still trying to, but I'm kind of realizing that That it's that extremism sells, and that's that's a problem. I mean, that's our biggest problem. Perhaps, but, you know, in the remember the old days of yellow journalism where you had the kids in the early 19 hundreds late 18 hundreds. They were that big sandwich board and there on the streets of New York screaming, you know, eight dead and house fire crackers. Right. No no tires, The muckrakers the yellow journalism, the muckrakers William journalist's type type of things. But the yellow journalist the Pulitzer Days that the hearse days where they sometimes just made stuff up. Well, basically what they had back then was Clickbait. Because whatever whatever headline, the kid was screaming on the street corner. Whoever had the most salacious headline would sell the most newspapers. And and that's what kind of drove that whole yellow journalism atmosphere. And to be honest, it wasn't until two things happened. One is people started moving to the suburbs, and so you'd buy a monthly subscription to your newspapers, and therefore they didn't happen, though so crazy on convincing you to divide this episode right here. And then the other was ironically, eight off, folks founded or bought a very New New York Times and basically said We're going the other way. We're gonna be the only guys here that don't I pander to that that don't hit one side that don't push this. We're gonna We're gonna have all the news that's fit to print, Which is why it's so disappointing that they fallen down into the muck is deep as anyone else, But right now, it's like It's not every newspaper that you have to sell. You have to sell every headline in every article that way. So if you write a headline that says, Wow, Here's Ah, reason thing Trump did this and we're not sure if that's good, but he did this and that looks paired it pretty interesting people. They Reason headline like that. Nobody's going to share you on Facebook or Twitter or pass it around or nothing goes viral. If you say Trump's an idiot, there's an audience for that. If you say Joe Biden was caught doing something nasty, there's an audience for that. And And it's tricky TOC of navigate those waters in here and I think that That's something we all have to kind of realize This is changing. And my biggest thing, though, right now is is putting people to understand that we need kind of some parity on the right. I mean, It went from an 85 15%, You know, 85% liberal outlets 15% conservative and when they were just kind of bias, That was one thing when they're so willing to To completely misinterpret the truth. That's where we're in a very, very weird thing. Which is why Republicans don't understand why certain things in the world were happening. How could trump lose? How could Happy and I do. I trust these things. Because you know, Trump goes and says something and help a lot of card below. They they had 50,000 votes stolen from me and stop okay? And But politicians are kind of known to kind of spin their own truths out there, which we've had the media beat of referees for so long, But then you look at the second. Well now I don't know who to trust on looking at that claim. And you know that's what ends up with people throwing Molotov cocktails at each other in the street, because because the fourth state of our government has lost all crowd of credibility and deservedly so you have to monetize your sight. Which means you gotta sell clicks. Eyeballs. I know the metrics. You know the metrics will be And it's low low numbers. You know, people aren't even getting there getting a half a cent when you go on look at an article right by those ads that they crap up all over the place. But when you so are you donor driven or you advertiser driven to start with you? Look, I just basically kind of made a shift in this. I am actually moving too. Really more of an advocacy model, and we've launched a second. Part of our business called the Media Action Network, where Basically come to the conclusion that what we what we need even more than some conservative news out there is somebody help helping create that conservative echo sphere. And so on that were more donation driven on the on the straight new stuff. It's you know, it's Zulu, programmatic adds, meaning you put in code from Google and from other companies, and they pop up all those ads that you see all over the place. And it's and it's and it's kind of a game of math at a very, very basic level. Um, But what the Media action network, which, basically it's with a I mean, I think of it as a media matters of the right where we're continuing to expose the media. When they lie about being objective. We come to the support of those who have been either either censored slandered by the liberal press..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Let's talk about the business model of your sight and how workable this is because in my opinion, The marketplace of ideas, the more shelves stocked with various products. I like lots of different cereals and lots of different beers and lots of different wives. And I think this is a healthy thing that most folks don't have. Years of experience that Fox News and I look atyou, the team you've built John Moodie, executive vice president at Fox News Channel, Laura Falun, If I'm pronouncing that correctly, was that Fox News? So you? You've got some folks that bring big names. I'm guessing you could probably bring some investors in But I'm not asking for your tax return. But this is a slick Web site. It's not a cheap proposition. Somebody has to find advertising. You have to monetize this thing. It's not charity. What does this look like? And how many more of the court news is? Should we expect to see realistically? No, That's a really good question. It is. It is, um you know various them and what we've seen is an explosion of sites and some things you can do. Very cheaply and some things are expensive. You know, people are expensive. Getting a slick looking website. Very cheap. Um, you know you can you can do you know so so depending on kind of your level of journalism, and and are you just basically doing rewrites, which we spent a decent amount of time doing that we dig into into some Some original stuff. It's um Let me say that the tricky part and it's it's could be discouraging sometimes because the tricky part about succeeding online right now. And this is something that I tried to resist us much as I can, and I'm still trying to, but I'm kind of realizing that that it's that extremism Selves. And that's that's a problem. I mean, that's our biggest problem, Perhaps, but in the remember the old days of yellow journalism where you had the kids in the early 19 hundreds late 18 hundreds. They were that big sandwich boards and there on the streets of New York screaming, you know, eight Dead and house fire muckrakers. Right? No, no Prior, the muckrakers, the yellow journalism, the muckrakers William journalist's type type of things but the yellow journalist Pulitzer Days that the hearse days where they sometimes just made stuff up. Well, basically what they had back then was Clickbait. Because whatever whatever headline, the kid was screaming on the street corner. Whoever had the most salacious headline would sell the most newspapers. And and that's what kind of drove that whole yellow journalism atmosphere. And to be honest, it wasn't until two things happened. One is people started moving to the suburbs, and so you'd buy a.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Use podcasts dot com President Trump's expected to issue about 100 pardons and commutations on Tuesday, But his total is far less than some presidents. When you think of presidential pardons, computations and resented convictions, the name's FDR, Truman, Johnson and Obama may all come to mind. After all, each doled out in excess of 1000 such absolution. By comparison, President Trump's 94 seems jointly infrequent. Which makes his possible triple digit list of pardons. All the more intriguing or galling depending on your perspective, Some, like rapper Lil Wayne and former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh seemed fairly likely, while others like former n s a whistle blower, Edward Snowden and Wiki leaks, guns. Oh, journalist Julian Osanai seemed less certain at best box is Kevin Corke. Police in Toledo, Ohio, say a gunman came out with guns blazing during a standoff Monday. Officer Brandon Stalker was shot and later died. He was just 24 years old, a riled up NFL fan base protest to hopefully keep the quarterback in town with rumors that the Shawn Watson in the Houston Texans are having a falling out. Fans of the team marched outside of NRG Stadium Monday in support of the Pro Bowl quarterback. Fires can't have tired, Jack meant for exceptions. Executive vice president of football Operations Jack Easterby as Watson stirred rumors of a trade. After feeling left out of the Texan search for a new head coach and general manager. Watson took to Twitter to say he was humbled but called for the cancelation of the march, citing the coronavirus tweeting. Hope it is spreading at a high rate and I don't want any fans to unnecessarily expose themselves to infection. Matt Napolitano, Fox News Markets were closed Monday for the MLK holiday at last check. Dell Futures were up 153 points. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. Do you worry about how much someone drinks? Do you feel angry or.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on KTOK

"Need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon. Alexa, driver of a bus that plunged off a bridge in New York City refused a drug and alcohol tests at the hospital. That's according to officials. Thursday night's crash left the driver with a broken jaw. Seven passengers were also hurt. Again all Ray files for bankruptcy and plans to leave New York, The gun rights advocacy group said it would restructure as a Texas nonprofit to exit what it said was a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York, where it's currently registered and are a CEO and executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre issued a statement saying the N R A is not insolvent, and the move to Texas would make the organization stronger. And the Angara is this financially strong as they've been in years. The Corona virus pandemic has also upended the group, which last year laid off Dozens of employees and canceled its national convention. LaPierre says the an array has no plans at this time to move its headquarters from Fairfax, Virginia. Hillary Barsky Fox News You may remember Texas was the first day to record one million Corona virus cases. It's also become the first state to administer one million vaccines. Governor Greg Abbott explains how the milestone was reached this past week, and this week we have 28 mass vaccination centers across the Senate, Texas where they're capable of doing 12 3000, maybe sometimes 4000 vaccinations per day at any one particular location. The governor also credits allowing anyone over the age of 65 to access the vaccine. Since the pandemic started. We've all become familiar with the terms social distancing and virus fatigue, and now there's a new phrase vaccine tourist, According to published reports. Americans over 65 are flocking to Florida in the hopes of snagging a vaccine. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that wealthy Canadians are also heading south, some of them paying upwards of $25,000 for same day round trip flights, Campus and Fox News..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"What it said was a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York, where it's currently registered and are a CEO and executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre issued a statement saying the N R A is not insolvent, and the move to Texas would make the organization stronger and the Antara is his financially strong as they've been in years. The Corona virus pandemic has also upended the group, which last year laid off dozens of employees and canceled its national convention. LaPierre says the an array has No plans at this time to move its headquarters from Fairfax, Virginia. The generators bankruptcy filing today listed between 100 Million and Spiv $100 million in assets and between 100 Million and $500 million in liabilities. President elect Joe Biden today, calling the Trump administration's rollout of the coronavirus vaccinations a dismal failure. Speaking in Delaware today, Biden argued vaccinations must be significantly wrapped up nationwide. He suggested vaccination site should include large sports facilities, gyms and community centers. Biden says his plans for getting covert relief and vaccinations to Americans reflect his call for unity. Unity is not some pie in the sky dream. It's a practical step. Getting things done. We didn't get into all this overnight. Won't get out of it. Overnight, either. We will get through it. We'll get through it together. The president elect proposing 1400 more dollars in stimulus checks for Americans, and he says his plan is to vaccinate 100 million Americans had 100 days. Journalists covering binds inauguration next Wednesday are being urged to take precautions. The committee to protect journalists issuing a safety advisory, telling reporters to take the minimum amount of equipment necessary. It also suggests avoiding press land years and instead wearing the credentials around the arm, it calls on journalists to wear clothing that helps them blend in and move swiftly. The advisory comes after the Capitol protest last week, the organization, citing the FBI's warning that more armed protests are being planned. With protests expected this weekend in San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore says he's confident law enforcement will be able to keep things under control. Sheriff Gore says Trump supporters have been having stopped the steel rallies consistently since after the election that on top of other political rallies, like in support of immigration have occurred. But Sheriff Court tells KOGO news despite national warning from the FBI. We have no specific threats to San Diego and involving the inauguration courses. He's in constant communication with the FBI and STP. And the recent rallies has left his team prepared for anything ahead of the inauguration. The public might not see a large force of deputies or police officers of pick your location, but know that they're prepared Azzawi go forward in the next week. With their equipment. They're on standby and ready to respond as necessary. Around the county. Zachary Barnes Kogo News, Charles Barkley says today he believes pro athlete should be further ahead of the line to get Covic shot. Speaking during NBA on TNT last night, the analyst in Basketball Hall of Famer said only a couple of 1000 doses We need to immunize all the leaks Players on Wall Street. The Dow today lost 177. Now, with Coco's real time traffic..

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Pop star Bobi Wine’s party fears Ugandan elections have been rigged

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Pop star Bobi Wine’s party fears Ugandan elections have been rigged

"Polls have closed in uganda in an election which had been dogged by violence and where the government has this week. Shut down the internet. Preliminary results suggest a strong lead for you wairimu. Seventeen who's kept an iron grip on the country for nearly three and a half decades. His opponent is bobby. Wine singer turned politician. Final results are expected tomorrow. The contest as revealed deep fissures between the rich who support mr who seventy and a younger generation. Who back mr wine. These tensions reflect a wider political unease in the region where concerns are growing about threats to democracy is don don gotten as bobby wind. Leeann taylor writes for the economist and his base. In kepala. he'd come out to speak to the press just moments ago instead the election the worst rigging in bandon history. He could scott himself as the president. Elect president-elect said he's winning by so he sent me this he's one is and has he won so some ugandan media station to putting preliminary results from the votes which come in so far. Just being. The incumbent president stephanie. A very healthy league. But it's very hard to verify likely what's going on because incident has been shut down across the countries night before the votes. Which makes it very difficult to know what's happening. And that's why we're speaking to you by phone today. But why has that shutdown happened. So one reason why is because the filled up to the fights probably wine had launched and supporters encouraging them to take pictures of the results forms meeting the vigil polling station upload them under app and so then the opposition were able to produce their own alternative results. The government is trying to clamp down on that Also the government is trying to clamp down on communications generally. Because they're very worried that there's all these executive president of seventy that will be a unrest parts. The streets come product.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What goes on in SportsCenter? What goes on in the newspapers? What people are saying on sports talk radio. You He may not be able to handle that, and that's okay. That's okay. It's up to Doug and how we understand what they have at the quarterback spot. Now they see it now they understand it there now can approach it and handle it a certain way rather than do it emotionally because Carson wants to do it or his representatives want to say he wants to be traded doesn't mean anything. People tell front office people all the time. Every single day J in every sport, my guys not happy. He wants to be traded. He needs a new contract. It's how you handle it in the front office. No question Couple. Things will quickly mention before we get to the NFL Insider Dan Graziano, who's got some juicy stuff after Joe Judge's comments with the Giants, and that would be the simple manifestation of it right now. Carson Wentz looks like Jalen hurts and says, This kid's of all of this kid can play all the reports coming. Don't know if he's saying that. Well, I think people look at him and say This guy's pretty good. This guy has something. Where is a lot of people, according to the reports in Green Bay's been very limited sample size. That at this point joined Love needs a telescope to see Aaron Rodgers. I mean, the difference between hurts and wins, Obviously, a little bit more narrow. The last number I wanted to bring up to you is the dead cap number, the largest dead cap number in the history of the NFL. Never Yes. Take a guess. Trivia time. 28 million. Good close. Robert Woods, $21.8 million. When's his cap it the only reason I bring this up to put it in context. When's his cap? It would be about $35 million. A $35 million Dead cap hit $13 million more than the largest one we've ever seen in the history of the NFL in a year where the salary cap is going to take a dip. When traditionally it rises. And so Dickie's point, there's give me a larger percentage. Who is going to hurt even more? J That is going to go back to your first point when he said about the gap is a little bit narrower between Carson, Wentz and Jalen hurts, as opposed to Jordan Love and Aaron Rodgers. Yeah, but the gap has also massive when you talk about what one got paid right? $128 million, like they paid the wrong guy. They paid the wrong guy. There you go, and it came in June of 2019. We'll see what happens. Obviously, Executive Vice President Howie Roseman can't say he wants to trade Carson went that would completely devalue anything. They could get Forum plenty of chatter about one NFC East team that didn't make the playoffs and the Eagles. About some chatter on another one that just missed out on the postseason. And if he wants to.

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ago. It's our latest generation that recognizes that the restaurant industry this isn't a disruption. It's a realignment of one of the most socially facing industries. We certainly think that a industry specific recovery funds going to be needed from Congress at the state and local level, it'll be things like how do we find ways to allow restaurants to be a little to get a little more revenue in the door? Things like cocktails to go? It was like improving their ability to offer take out on delivery. So if we are going to be working at the federal, state and local level could be a long term challenge. We've got things like business interruption. Insurance, which is going to be one of the new legal frontiers will be discussing and moving on in 2021. Well, that's where I want to take this conversation. Sean Kennedy's with me he is the executive vice president of public affairs at the National restaurant. Association, one of the insurance outcomes post. 9 11 was terrorism risk insurance. Do you think a decade out from now will have pandemic risk insurance? It's something that we're pressing for that restaurants. Once restaurants were able to open their doors, and once this pandemic is behind us, it's been a really force a reckoning in this country of what happens for the next pandemic. And what do you do for industries that are particularly vulnerable to pandemics like restaurants? We were the first industry to be shut down. We're going to the last industry to fully recover. So pandemic risk insurance is absolutely something that I think Congress. We think Congress needs to be focusing on But then there's also a lot of just business interruption. Insurance claims that are pending right now. Restaurants have been paying these premiums for decades for business interruption and a lot of instances this pandemic Meets that criteria. We're going to see a lot more cord activity of small business owners taking on the the insurance companies looking to see those claims actually followed through. Who are the lawmakers that are at the forefront of this policy making? Conversation. Well when it comes to industry specific when it comes to recovery legislation, there's a piece of legislation called the Restaurant's Act, which is direct cash grants to the restaurant industry for the German hour on the insurance. It's still you know, it's still Congress is still getting their arms around it. We haven't much We don't have much. Visibility is much traction, but it's certainly the leaders on the House and Senate banking committees and financial services have been looking about about this a lot more. I think this could be a lot more discussion and negotiations move into the new year, thanks to Sean Kennedy, executive vice president of public affairs at the National Restaurant Association. Coming up the recent crackdown by China against companies like Alibaba is driving fear that the antitrust scrutiny will spread throughout Big tech and China. We talked about it with Peterson Institute for International Economics present. And Adam Posen. That's next. You're listening to Bloomberg balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. If you're good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge Brownie? Oh, sure, that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure..

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"executive vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Washington, with restaurant operators looking for what's the best way when they went on these funds to be available. We hope in January a lot of restaurants. Are showing tremendous interest in using this justice a stopgap measure to make it through the winter. So what more do they need? Long term? It's gonna be a few things we have Ah advocacy website is Restaurants Act calm. We put out a blueprint for revival. A few months ago. It's our latest generation that recognizes that the restaurant industry this isn't a disruption. It's a realignment of one of the most socially facing industries. We certainly think that a industry specific recovery funds going to be needed from Congress at the state and local level, it'll be things like how do we find ways to allow restaurants to be a little to get a little more revenue in the door? Things like cocktails to go? It was like improving their ability to offer take out on delivery. So if we are going to be working at the federal state, local level could be a long term challenge. We've got things like business interruption insurance, which is going to be one of the new legal frontiers will be discussing and moving on in 2021. Well, that's where I want to take this conversation. Sean Kennedy's with me. He is the executive vice president of public affairs at the National restaurant. Association, one of the insurance outcomes post. 9 11 was terrorism risk insurance. Do you think a decade out from now will have pandemic risk insurance? It's something that we're pressing for that if restaurants once restaurants were able to open their doors, and once this pandemic is behind us, it's gonna really force a reckoning in this country of what happens for the next pandemic. And what do you do for industries that are particularly vulnerable to pandemics like restaurants? We were the first industry to be shut down. We're going to the last industry to fully recover. So pandemic risk insurance is absolutely something that I think Congress. We think Congress needs to be focusing on But then there's also a lot of just business interruption insurance clinks their pending right now. Restaurants have been paying these premiums for decades for business interruption and a lot of instances this pandemic meets that criteria. We're going to see a lot more cord activity of small business owners taking on the the insurance companies looking to see those claims, actually. Follow through Who are the lawmakers that are at the forefront of this policy making conversation? Well when it comes to industry specific when it comes to recovery legislation, there's a piece of legislation called the Restaurant's Act, which is direct cash grants to the restaurant industry in Sherman Hour on the insurance, it's still you know, it's still Congress is still getting their arms around it. We haven't much We don't have much. Visibility is much traction, but it's certainly the leaders on the House and Senate banking committees in the financial services have a looking about about this a lot more. I think this could be a lot more discussion and negotiations move into the new year, thanks to Sean Kennedy, executive vice president of public affairs at the National Restaurant Association. Coming up the recent crackdown by China against companies like Alibaba is driving fear that the antitrust scrutiny will spread throughout Big Tech and China. We talk about it with Peterson Institute for International Economics present. And Adam Posen. That's next. You're listening to Bloomberg balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg..

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Longtime Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe dies in Singapore at 95

America's Morning News

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Longtime Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe dies in Singapore at 95

"Robert Mugabe the long time leader of Zimbabwe has died at age ninety five Robert Mugabe was the first head of government of Zimbabwe after independence in nineteen eighty until November twenty seventeen when the military seize control of the country he first served as prime minister until nineteen eighty seven when parliament made him the executive president his new position effectively placed a stranglehold on government assuring that parliament was less relevant and independent he led the Zimbabwe African National Union to overthrow the white minority government and bring independence to the territory that will go on to be recognized as Zimbabwe in nineteen

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Inside Motor Sport

Inside Supercars

03:33 min | 4 years ago

Inside Motor Sport

"You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk. There could be a crash people could get hurt or killed, but that didn't stop. You did it. You knew you could get arrested, you can incur huge legal expenses and you could possibly even lose your job. You were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk, but one thing's for sure you were wrong. When you said it was no big deal drive, sober, forget pulled over. This message brought to you by nitsa. Thing, and we're in the business of gone five. So the teams and the push it to the absolute limits and sometimes Ivor and that that's what happens. Just just merged into the into the family. If between the whole, I'll even Barrett for that right to greet dot, intense mania. Some like that. That just is an acceptable from the race trips across the strategy at he is inside supercars. Welcome to inside civic is it's tiny, went lockers fondly back behind the microphone, Craig. It's great to be back. I didn't make engage Thailand band, but you had a good time today in Dadar did, and it's a portion of heavy back in the driver's seat once again on such because I watched from the distance. As you may or may not be aware. I don't get folks hillsdale's any watching the edited all lights. It was a Donut performance by triple eight of both days. Qualifying one two's both days races, the Qasr certainly had massive speed and they did they usual thing which something that have been doing for some years. And of course, now back on top of the championship with Shane grabbing that lay there with a second Bryce on Sunday, and one thing of coming up in the weeks ahead spoken at length with mocked up in the belt, the satisfaction of going to a new trek like that and having that sort of success that certainly if it's not next week, it'll definitely be the week after on the show just before we go into what he's on the show this week. Interesting to see that the Team Penske were floundering, almost certainly in was no way Scotty was doing his best. But really not making much of an inroad into things. It was the worst and first of all, rhodium since humble, she in two thousand sixteen. So that's a long time for them to of now former met distance. The other very obvious thing was the Spade. The Bayrak has now, obviously, to degree that's echoing the Zayd, be performance of the triple eight guys. Great to see Brad and came with a pair of drivers in an of course, running four cars in the main game this weekend, but to save Nick and Tim in the top five, that was a fantastic result. It wasn't a Tim slide mentioned early in the wakened that the Bayrak has do like that super smooth, low deg taught of rice trek, which is exactly what we head tail and bend. So I guess he was extremely disappointed on Saturday when the result didn't come his, why that he was expecting after good pay some Friday. And then as you said, bench. Back with both. He and Nick perk head on Sunday, but obviously they have got a great setup. And if you think back to when the series went overseas and they're on the tinkle circuits by always did seem to be able to rise an extra, an extra step in those of instance, well. Oh. Until he tracks that would be three years. And of course, I also also very well album pack that same type of very fast corners, service mood surface. And as you say, low degradation of the ties, you had ninety weekend because the the nice car people were down. That's Steve o. Donnell Jose executive president and chief racing development officer and also Joan was there who's also involved in? So you spoke to both of those gentlemen to stay Donald respect, civil Donal on the record. We said Hello to. To miss the pros. But we Tom Howard it on Tom, how'd from speak Hefei dot com. Headed an opportunity to speak with Steve Donal about why they were there and about motorized boating. And also we, we talked a little bit about the supercar series and its relationship with NASCAR similarities that

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Liu Xia, wife of late Nobel Peace Prize winner, leaves China

BBC World Service

04:28 min | 4 years ago

Liu Xia, wife of late Nobel Peace Prize winner, leaves China

"Hello i'm anemic with the bbc news the widow of the nobel peace prize winner joe xiaobo has been allowed to leave china after eight years in unofficial detention neo she is on her way to berlin following a campaign to secure horrendous steven mcdonnell reports according to her friends use shah has been allowed to leave china she had been under effective house arrest since her husband's won the twenty ten l peace prize but after you shall board died in chinese custody a year ago her health deteriorated she's now since we've boarded a flight and is due to arrive in berlin in the coming hours despite never being charged she was not allowed to leave for home and could only rarely receive guests human rights groups of long cold for her release health officials in thailand say the first group of boys rescued from a flooded cave have received visits in hospital from their families don't turn your sada choky dumrong suk said the boys will stay in hospital for a week for observation the man leading the rescue has said he hopes today's operation will be completed more speedily than on the first two days sophie long explains the divers entered the cave at ten oh eight this morning the final four footballers will be making that very perilous journey diving down deep narrow jagged passageways with guides and making their way hopefully back into the outside world for the first time in eighteen days withhold by the tile therapies that they are going to bring the four boy that plus the coach plus the doctor who's been with them and then three navy seals as well who've been keeping them company you get the feeling that there really is a race against time here now though a huge heavy downpours last night and it's been raining pretty solidly today president trump has chosen a conservative appeals court judge to fill the vacancy at the us supreme court he called brad kavanagh one of the finest legal minds of our time john cavanaugh he said he would approach every case with an open mind he now needs to be approved by the senate only meatball reports the nomination of brett cavanaugh will make the hearts of democrats and social liberals in the us sink but it is precisely the kind of move that conservatives and evangelical christians would have hoped for when they voted for donald trump the protests that have already started outside the supreme court a focused mainly on judge kavanagh's ideological views on abortion gun control and the environment right cavanaugh was an aide to george w bush and before that a key member of the legal team the made a case for the impeachment of bill clinton since then he said he doesn't think presidents while in office should have to worry about investigations and criminal proceedings against them india's supreme court has started hearing petitions which call for the scrapping of a law which criminalizes gay sex prosecutions are rare but activists say it can be used to intimidate people in same sex relationships the court rejected a plea by the central government to delay the hearing this is the world news from the bbc in afghanistan at least ten people have been killed in a bomb attack in the city of jalalabad in the east of the country officials say a suicide bomber approached the local headquarters of the afghan intelligence services and detonated explosives large blast damaged nearby cars and shops it's unclear who was responsible but jalalabad the capital of nangahar province and close to the border with pakistan has seen a surge in militant attacks turkey's leader reggie typer one has begun his first day with the enhanced role of executive president by issuing a number of decrees focusing on banking and how officials are appointed is given himself the power to choose the central bank's governor and deputies as well as the monetary policy committees members for the next four years researchers in australia say they've managed to reduce the numbers of mosquitoes in a town in queensland by eight percent using a new technique the team hopes many diseases will become more controllable he's phil mercer mayo mosquitoes were bred in elaborate tree in northern australia and infected with a bacteria that made them sterile they were then released into the wild in the town of innisfail in queensland's over three months they mated with females who laid eggs that didn't hatch causing the population to fall sharply the type of mosquito used in the trial is responsible for infecting hundreds of millions of people around the.

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