35 Burst results for "Fifth Largest"

"fifth largest" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on WTOP

"Saying he believes in political coverage from the middle because in his words, this binary system is killing us, chroma was let go in December after CNN said he helped his brother former New York governor Andrew Cuomo defend himself against sexual misconduct allegations. Chris Cuomo says CNN was wrong to fire him and he wants a $125 million Money news of 25 and 55 and we have breaking money news this morning. JetBlue has reached an agreement to buy spirit airlines for three $.8 billion. He yesterday spirit and frontier airlines agreed to abandon their merger proposal, opening the way for JetBlue to acquire spirit after a monthlong bidding war for the budget carrier. The deal would create the nation's 5th largest airline. The sooner you start saving for retirement, the more money you'll have in WTO's Jeff clay ball says the youngest working adults are getting a good jump on it. Jan Z workers, 18 to 25 years old are saving an average of 14% of their income for retirement, BlackRock says that's more than any other generation, overall the share of Americans who think they are on track with retirement has dropped to 63% down from 68% last year. Experts recommend workers save at least 10% of their income in retirement accounts. Coming up on WTO P, a reversal from a key Senate Democrat who has now agreed to a deal on a bill addressing healthcare climate change and taxes. And fresh off the latest interest rate hike by the fed, the government issues a critical report on the economy today. It's 6 56. Millions of

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Frontier Airlines buying Spirit in $3B low-cost carrier deal

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Frontier Airlines buying Spirit in $3B low-cost carrier deal

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"fifth largest" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on WBUR

"All the fifth largest economy in the world. If we counted California as a separate country wraps up a big election tomorrow, Governor Gavin Newsom faces a recall just in case you hadn't heard, and with all the attention on whether Newsom is going to be needing a moving truck Some other important news might get overlooked because tomorrow is also on the Census Bureau is going to release poverty Statistics for 2020, which I mentioned. Because last year California had the highest poverty rate in the country marketplace Matt Levin explains how the richest state in the union could also be the poorest. The Census Bureau came out with a better way to measure poverty a decade ago. When that adjust for the fact that say, living in L. A is a lot more expensive than living in Jackson, Mississippi. And even though California has one of the strongest social safety nets in the country, it has one of the highest poverty rates 17% in 2019. That's really housing costs, outweighing the added benefit from social policy programmes. Caroline Danielson is with the Public Policy Institute of California, even with record high unemployment. She expects last year's big boost in federal assistance to reduce California's poverty rate, But struggling Californians may benefit less than those in other states. There's also the factor of immigration, so Children are typically eligible for benefits. But sometimes their parents are not. California has the highest share of immigrants in the country, and many of those families live in the Central Valley, a huge agricultural region that's often overshadowed by the Bay Area in LA Chris Haney is director of the California Budget and Policy Center were a big state. So you know, in some respects, we have parts of the country that will look like the wealthiest of wealthy places, but we also have places that will be among the poorest. Hundreds of thousands of low income Californians have left the state in recent years. Michael fled as CEO of the L, A regional food bank, he says relocating is a frequent topic among those who wait for hours outside the South LA headquarters, but Just picking up and you know, moving to another city isn't necessarily going to be something that's successful because rent wise other parts of the country are starting to lift more and more like California. I'm Matt Levin for marketplace. The temperature in Austin, Texas, today mid to upper eighties. Partly cloudy, a far far cry from the freezing the ice storm that took down that state's power grid. It killed hundreds of people and left millions more without power For days back at the beginning of the year. Over the summer, the Texas Legislature did pass a couple of laws designed to make sure the same thing never happens again. But whether they actually got there Marketplaces in the Euler covers all things Texas for us, Texas is exceptional in many ways when it joined the union. The state won the right to divide into five territories if it wanted to. And in the 19 thirties, Texans decided they didn't want to join either of the country's electricity grids that one of the East or the one in the West Texas leaders decided they wanted to have their own grids. They wouldn't be subjected to federal regulation of electricity here. Daniel Colon at Rice University in Houston, says the state's decision to block the feds from getting up in its business still has consequences. We weren't imagining how vulnerable we would make ourselves by not being able to bring in power when we need it, the most like it.

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"fifth largest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Suspect is described as a white male between 60 to 70 years old with grey hair and was driving a car with rust on its doors. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy spent yesterday inspecting flood damage firsthand from Hurricane Ida. He stopped by an apartment complex in the area that was devastated by the remnants of the storm. These storms are more frequent, and they're more intense. And we have both infrastructure and a playbook as a state and as a nation that is not up to up to par. Right now. It's not made for the current reality. Never mind the future reality. 27 people have been killed in New Jersey as a result of this storm. President Biden will be touring the damage this coming Tuesday in New Jersey and also in New York City. Recent damage left behind by IDA his renewed calls to fight climate change News NATIONS Alexandra Limone reports. The devastation caused by Hurricane Ida is widespread from the south to the North Eastern United States, the fifth largest hurricane in our history, shows up lives in Manville, New Jersey, He's one of the many people left picking up what's left of their homes and lives. This just came out of nowhere. Nobody in New York, but scientists around the world already knew that Storms and hurricanes are getting stronger because of climate change for hurricanes to form and to intensify warm water is an important in the idea. Ida cause damage all along the Gulf Coast through parts of the southern US and eventually the Northeast before all was said and done, and Governor Pritzker has announced new investments.

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This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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"fifth largest" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"YouTube channel of Meet Kevin, which boasts more than 1.7 million subscribers and a formidable financial real estate portfolio. He's also I would say a fly in the ointment as one of the few Democrats on the ballot with a real chance at changing the trajectory of this recall. Joining me now is real estate investor and recall kid. Did it, Kevin Path Wrath, Kevin. A pleasure to talk to you. How you doing this evening, sir. Amazing. Thank you for that incredible introduction was incredible. And Yep, I'm a JFK style Democrat running against Newsome. Well, I think that's really important to highlight because at 29 years old, I suspect that you are the youngest of any of the candidates who have any traction in this recall race. And I know you're the only Democrat with any Traction Has the state party either try to hurt or help you along the way. Well, I would say the mood in California is that if you were an established Democrat, you're publicly very supportive of Newsome and in private. That's where the entertaining conversations come out. So we've had Congress folks from from the federal level legislators the Assembly and Senate on on our state level mayor's offices, the E D D various different people from different levels of government reach out and privately support us saying This is incredible. Finally. Moderate Democrats solution, but we can't publicly say anything because we don't want to come across as being anti party but a little challenging. Well, welcome to politics, as they say Full disclosure. I was watching you yesterday live as you are breaking down the most recent jobs report and how the stock market will likely react in a short and long term. I mentioned that because although the national unemployment rate sits at 5.2%, California is staring at, you know about 7.6% to what do you attribute that disparity? I think it's our failing schools. I mean, look at the fact that we're the fifth largest economy in the world, and what an embarrassment were in the bottom bottom 20% of schools in the United States..

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Blue Jays Use 9-Run 5th to Beat Skidding Red Sox 12-4

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Blue Jays Use 9-Run 5th to Beat Skidding Red Sox 12-4

"The blue jays erupted for nine runs in the fifth inning of a twelve for pounding the red Sox Toronto wiped out a two nothing deficit by sending fourteen batters to the plate in the pivotal fifth largest Gurriel hit a two run Homer and Tasker Hernandez had three hits and three RBIs George Springer had two hits and drove in three for the blue jays four seven one since returning to Toronto on July thirtieth Nathan Eovaldi took the loss yielding a season high seven runs over four two thirds in controlling a setting on the bottom part of the land got to me and then I got up you know they're creating team I gotta face a top of the line up I just feel like you can stop the stop the bleeding Alex Manoah allowed two runs over five innings to improve to form one I'm the ferry

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What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?

The Academic Minute

01:45 min | 1 year ago

What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?

"Mass shootings in schools have led to a number of different policies practices and products being introduced into our nation's educational settings to help save lives in the event of another tragedy. This includes lockdown drills. Which are currently used in approximately ninety five percent of us schools news stories of drills gone wrong including teachers being shot with pellet guns and students exposed to the sounds of simulated gunfire and bloodied crisis. Actors have led to a number of calls to end these practices in schools most of the claims surrounding these practices however are not based in evidence. My research team. And i wanted to understand the impact of lockdown drills on the people who participate in them over the course of an academic school year. We worked within. New york's fifth largest school district in ministering surveys conducting lockdown drills and providing emergency preparedness training with more than twenty one thousand students and forty three hundred educators and community partners. Our research found that continued. Participation helps to build muscle memory. This helps the body be able to perform steps as trained even when cognitive functioning may be impaired by stress or some other factor more practice more steps were being conducted correctly. We also found that introducing training into the process helped improve feelings of preparedness because people knew not only what they needed to do. But why it was important. Perceptions of school safety did decrease over the course of the project but research shows that people are motivated to engage in protective behaviors. When they believe they or others are at harm taken together. Our research shows that lockdown drills one conducted in accordance with best practices are important tools for schools to be prepared for the very worst day at any other emergency. They may

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Behind Louisiana's Climate Plan To Become Carbon Neutral

Environment: NPR

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Behind Louisiana's Climate Plan To Become Carbon Neutral

"The state setting aggressive climate goals perhaps the most surprising is louisiana. The longtime oil and gas state is now trying to figure out how to become carbon neutral by twenty fifty teagan wetland of member station w. w. n. o. reports like so many in louisiana. Daniel autan knew exactly where to find a solid career oil and gas hard work but it paid for his family's modest home on the edge of the woods outside homa thought it had a job for the rest of my life but five years ago the notoriously boom and bust industry came for him. He's in a completely different field now. Construction sometimes he wonders if he should have done something differently to stay with oil and gas in. You look at things from from the big picture and you realize you know you were probably lucky to have your job as long as you did. Democratic governor john bel edwards seems to have come to the same conclusion about the state's reliance on the oil and gas industry in a major shift. He says the state must find ways to address the cause of the climate change. That's behind increasingly powerful hurricanes floods and rising seas so last fall he launched a climate pask forced to come up with a roadmap to zero out emissions. If anyone can identify innovative and sustainable solutions for future it is louisiana and our kids are counting on us. Louisiana is the fifth largest carbon producing state and petro chemical and oil and gas producer for decades. It is subsidize the industry with tax breaks and incentives but made it hard for wind and solar companies to operate or develop now the climate commission will explore the potential for electric cars mass transit more solar even offshore wind turbines in the gulf of mexico. Just put it this way. It's the first time. Any louisiana governor has put the words climate initiative in taskforce together in one sentence. Nonni carton is a policy expert with the deep south center for environmental justice. So that is a major historic step forward. She hopes that investing in clean energy creates more jobs especially in communities of color and reduces pollution in low income areas. We can actually generate energy ourselves in a way that doesn't have these toxic side effects on these harmful environmental climate

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"fifth largest" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And overpasses quite literally going to people's doors, Delivering that vaccine in that life saving Support. But look, we've seen a modest decline, not a significant other parts of the state, but within the state. The numbers tell More interesting story, not encourage you members of the press to take a look at that. California again is the fifth largest economy, but it's the largest state in America. It's the size of 26 states combined. 21 Forgive me, states combined, so in many respects, it's a state that should be studied in terms of hesitancy. And you'll see some of the rural constructs to see some of the ideological constructs taking shape here where you're seeing more of a dimunition of demand in certain parts of the state versus other parts of the state. And so we're mindful that we want to offset that. All I can hear is the word mindful I've ruined Newsome for you. Go to Joe Joe. You're on K A B. C. Hello. All right, Michael. Michael, you're on K A B c. Welcome. Um, I just wanted to bring up Have you already did, John, But you talked about About fighting picking up the dandy lion. Just think. Oh, yeah, I saw that. And he gave it to his wife. As if it were a flower. Can you imagine what he's saying? Hi, Mommy. Look what I got for you. And then that's nice, Joey. Just keep walking for the nice look towards the nice little airplane. He's such an idiot. Anyway, Randy, I'm moving to Costa Rica. Remember you and I spoke a long time ago. Oh, I am so jealous. Put Evita. You know, either you still live there, And when I retire in about three or four years, I'm going back. I don't Randy and I talked about it last time that I was not. I called you guys so anyway. It's great talking to you guys and I love your show. I really do. All right. Thanks. So much for the call, sir. I appreciate that. It's 2 47. Let's go ahead and take a look at the roads. A BBC dependable traffic.

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Chicago's Cook County To Open New Mass Vaccination Site In Forest Park On Friday

John Williams

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago's Cook County To Open New Mass Vaccination Site In Forest Park On Friday

"Department store in Forest Park will become the state's fifth largest mass vaccination site. Governor Pritzker says the site will start at 1000 vaccine today, eventually wrapping up to 5000 per day with ample parking and close proximity to communities hit hardest. By the covert 19 pandemic. This site will play a critical role in our continued efforts to vaccinate our most vulnerable residents, such as those with pre existing conditions, the governor said. Nearly one in every three Illinois adults have already been vaccinated, including 64% of Illinois seniors. Today, Chicago

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"fifth largest" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"And jamie. You've got you yourself. Have this phenomenal. Podcast i listen to an episode where there was a gal who was a catcher and there was so much that she was talking about that. I'm like oh. This is so applicable the leadership. And you know looking at your bio and you've worked with a lot of professional and college teams and you have that athletic mindset. Obviously i decided that this would be such a great interview to have you on so tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to be in the position that you're currently in. Yeah i appreciate you having me. Lisa and yeah. I was a college coach for about twenty years college basketball coach all different levels. I coached both men and women. And then i went in. I was an athletic director at a at a high school with a large athletic program in indiana The fifth largest gymnasium in the world Seated over seven thousand people. Nobody has one more boys basketball. Titles than they have At that school. So when you think indiana basketball. I mean they're pretty much the top when it comes to indiana basketball and So when i went there was an ad there for a couple of years and then we moved out of there and went into full time. Business myself entrepreneur winning the leadership consulting. I speak write books. Do as you said the success is choice. Podcast so Yeah we've been We've been doing that for about four years so depending on the day. I'm either self employed or unemployed. I guess that's what being in businesses like. Yes well it's a really unique and fascinating story that you have and i would recommend people to go and listen to that podcast because it was very well done in the one i listened to anyway. She was very interesting guests that you had on and so one of the things that you have going for you is. You are a john. Maxwell certified speaker. What does that mean to be john. Maxwell sort of. I would think most people know john maxwell but what does that mean to be a certified speaker means that you paid a lot of money and you You were trained by he and his teaching staff but it was something that Believe two thousand eleven. They decided to start Certifying training coaches. And at that time i was approached by by one of their people in their organization and the time i was like yeah i don't really i don't really have the extra money kicking around. I don't really have the time. And he's like what you're never gonna have the time and you're never gonna have enough money. I'm like yeah you're probably right. I'm like but right now it's not for me and then four years later i'm an athletic director and i'm like you know what i passionate leadership has always been a passion of mine always love john maxwell stuff you know. Maybe i could go do this. I have more money. I never have time..

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Las Vegas schools pushing to get students back quickly following rise in suicides

The KFBK Morning News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Las Vegas schools pushing to get students back quickly following rise in suicides

"Las Vegas or getting back to school. Las Vegas schools likely to reopen within weeks amid concerns over mental health of students and a surgeon suicide. I don't understand why we're not hearing Maura about this because it has to be happening not just in that school district. Clark County, Nevada, home to Las Vegas, the nation's fifth largest school district has seen student suicides more than double 19th since school shutdown. That's serious stuff. Yeah, it is. The mental health ramifications of these shutdowns are real. They are real. They need that socialization And and even kids who seem like you know, outwardly, they're adapting and and maybe they are Employees. It's hard to tell. Well, I mean, I think when life is usually filled with friends and things going on at school, I mean, it looks pretty gray right now. I mean teachers, they're doing their best to try to keep kids engaged.

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Powerball jackpot winner worth $731.1M sold in Maryland

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Powerball jackpot winner worth $731.1M sold in Maryland

"We have a power ball winner but we may never know who it is the winning Powerball ticket worth seven hundred thirty one million dollars was sold at Coney market in Lonaconing Maryland the Maryland lottery says the Allegheny county store will receive a one hundred thousand dollar bonus for selling the winning ticket to the fifth largest lottery prize in U. S. history however just who will collect the money may never be known Maryland allows winners to remain anonymous and even larger mega millions jackpot will be available Friday night no one won the nine hundred seventy billion dollar prize earlier this week I'm I counted

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$731 million Powerball jackpot has one winning ticket, in Maryland

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

$731 million Powerball jackpot has one winning ticket, in Maryland

"Tickets for the $731.1 Million Powerball jackpot sold in Maryland. The jackpot up for grabs Wednesday night, the fifth largest lottery jackpot in the U. S history, drawing only a day after no one won t even larger mega millions prize. That is now $970 million.

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Lottery players have chance at 2 giant jackpots

Gaydos and Chad

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Lottery players have chance at 2 giant jackpots

"Two of the biggest lottery jackpots in U. S history are on the line tonight. The numbers for the mega millions jackpot will be drawn. That is a $750 million prize, the fifth largest jackpot ever, then Saturday of the chance at a $640 million Powerball prize. That's the eighth largest jackpot. It's been nearly two years since the lottery jackpot has been so large. Here We are with two in a year when a lot of us could use some good

"fifth largest" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Are you going to take a chance and ticketing or fifty. Now keep in mind. The mega millions jackpot jumped to a projected. Seven hundred and fifty million dollars if one that would be the fifth largest in mega millions lottery. History the game second biggest win ever next drawing is two nights. Meanwhile the saturday night powerball drawing would be the fifth largest jackpot also in powerball history at an estimated six hundred and forty million dollars ninth largest jackpot in us lottery history but what is more likely to happen than winning the lottery. You know this has been bandied about for so long that i just thought it was kind of fun to work through the twenty four things. That are more likely to happen to you than being successful in your bid to win the lottery because the odds for winning either the powerball or the mega millions lottery pretty similar and pretty slim about one in one hundred and seventy six million. Unfortunately not all of these things that could happen to you as compared to the possibility of winning the lottery. Aren't that pleasant. For example the odds of you dying in a car accident are one in six thousand seven hundred by the way but here are eleven other ways. You're more likely to die than win the lottery. Just in case you're wondering being killed a bio vending machine. No wait what what. What is this like a fool on assault of a vending machine and topples over on top of you. I don't know. I can't help but think you've seen those machines like oh you know the big box stores and they've got the kriens inside of them do you. Somehow you're trying to get the stuff bunny and you're reaching up in crane gets. I don't know the pinchers being killed by vending machine one in one hundred and twelve million being killed in a terrorist attack or on an airline one in twenty five million dying from a bee. A hornet waas sting. One in six point one million. Oh i wonder if the advent of the murder horn horn it has increased those odds. Just asking ooh dying from being left handed and using a right handed product incorrectly..

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No $550M Powerball jackpot winners pushes prize to at least $640M

Todd and Don

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

No $550M Powerball jackpot winners pushes prize to at least $640M

"Big winners from Tuesday's mega millions drawing, meaning that jackpot could Wrote about $750 Million, which is, which is more than end Clement's Beato and Jason Gig ERN combined. I have no idea. Yeah, the new prize marks that it's just a joke. It's just a joke. That's all you gotta do is laugh. Okay? Yeah, The news prize marks the fifth largest jackpot and mega millions. History. Yeah, the Powerball jackpot isn't far behind the 5 $50 amount, which is up for grabs. Ah, Wednesday next Wednesday, Will you play Yeah, absolutely. All right. I wish you all the luck in the world.

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Powerball jackpot hits $640M after drawing sees no winner

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Powerball jackpot hits $640M after drawing sees no winner

"Megabit numbers keep growing, along with the hype. No big winner again for Wednesday's Powerball, drawing. The estimated jackpot for the next drawing Saturday is now $640 million, the fifth largest ever. This is also the longest streak 34 drawings in a row with no jackpot winner. As for the mega million's Friday's drawing is now worth $750 million. The second largest jackpot combined close to $1.4. Billion up for grabs. It's a B C's line on boys. More news at eight at 7 35. I'm

"fifth largest" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on The World at Large

"Turkey announces his intentions to mend ties with europe. The russian opposition leader says he will return to moscow after an assassination attempt. The us state department cancelled a trip to taiwan and a man smashes the windows of the new zealand parliament. This is the world at large and we are politics on thousand and one. Thank you for tuning into this episode of the world at large. This show is free for everyone to keep it that way. Consider supporting us. Through the link in our description you can support us by leaving a review subscribing and sharing with a friend as well now without further. Ado please enjoy this. Episode of our podcast. Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of the world at large the best show on the internet. You heard it from me. I that is the best show. Yes and you heard it from me. Because i am going to be talking about geopolitics. Congratulations guys as usual. I hope you saw surprise. Hope not click on this in order to hear about movies and You know singers pop culture. Whatever all that all. That gooky like slimy stuff that i have no idea About ian knows about that stuff. I'm not the biggest biggest Taylor swift masterminds onto sore. Neither am i okay. sure Waited exposed but i abbott fact a very knowledgeable person about you turkey relations of so which one's more helpful pop culture you turkey relations cobb culture turkey relations. I don't know. I think the answer is pretty clear. He's just trying to make me angry today. See all right. He has it out for me. He's gone in for me i do. I'm just gonna rub you turkey knowledge your face by talking about you can talk about it. I was coming to you joke. you'll get to your though. That's thought eric. South president airtel con of turkey has once again made the limelight of the world at large is. He announced that his country turkey is ready to repair the damage ties with the european. And get back on track to membership within the block. Sup why would turkey decided to this now while there's a variety of reasons but they must see all round economic reasons russia's kind of their they don't like russia these all these different reasons. We'll go through them But the or like he needs. He needs some credibility he needs to be like. Yeah well i'm telling you. I'm willing to negotiate. Just look what i'm doing. Well he dug and has that credibility he needs to prove to the you that he's worthy of entrance into the blocks up he poet pointing he did point to turkey's push negotiate with greece in pursuing a peace. Still at her dog and emphasized that he was ready to make legitimate. Peace talks with greece. He said that greece were fighting with them. But we are going to sit down. We're going to talk. We're gonna create some type of Arrangement in which you know where. I guess we won't fight with crease fee. If if that's part of the requirement we won't do it and he listen. I hear you i understand. You want me to not fight them. okay gruesome. we can just stop. I guess are able make peace. Well at least we're not. We'll try to make and so in a statement. He said this as well. We as a nation plan our future together with your record list of all the double standards and injustice. We have faced in this process. We never gave up on our final goal of full membership. So erdo get says injustices. You're trying to join the union. You gotta make sure. They know that they are two. They have a double standard. They're very unjust. Because that's how you get admitted into the european union and so these injustices that he's referring to revolve primarily around greece's self-proclaimed defensive measure self-proclaimed defensive measures to males militarized pacific islands in the aegean that are supposed to be off limits perch radio nineteen twenty-three treatable assad which define the modern borders of recent turkey so greece militarizing these islands. You're not supposed to be doing that or the treaty. So yeah now. Turkeys are our look at greece doing that. I'm allowed to break the treaty of greece's allowed to break the treaty. But now or can saying by greece will break it. But we'll be the better man. Turkey better that greece. We are the better country. We are not going to have a double standard unless you stupid europeans double standard ice but also really want to join your block. So can i just let me. And so that's what he's trying what he's trying to say. Is that even with this in mind. Even with this double standard talks will still be happening starting twelve days after this is this will be uploaded on january. Twenty fifth with greece and so said this about talks with greece. Specifically we are inviting greece which has been increasing its airspace violations and like titties and islands that are demilitarized to give up their actions that are raising tensions. I believe that expiratory talks with our neighbor. Greece will god willing herald and new period. Some new piece of greece That's you're trying to say. Look i'm willing to join the eu. I have this proof that i'm willing to make concessions be a better man. Be a better turkey but you got to be better. You be be good brussels. Let me let me in. Greece feels by the way that is necessary to militarize the islands for self defense reasons and due to turkish aggression in the mediterranean because turkey has a very the if you guys remember those loyal discovered. Their turkey wants at greece wants it. Cyprus wants they will want to aol. Why because you know one of the three words of geopolitics tar money in oil third. One and 'cause are part of that yet. Oh it's gotta be a really big reason for why they're fighting. You're really proud of your three words aren't you. I am proud of them. 'cause troop the holy trinity of geopolitical language of politics. One thousand one and yes of course. Of course turkey loves that oil and grease loves that oil and so greece's saying while turkey is kind of an fringing a my ability. My privilege might right as the nation of greece. Take that oil for myself. They're taking their extending us royce to go take. Well i mean they're so i'm going to militarize the okay. Turkey said well. You can't do that can't do that. so there's been a lot of debate recently regarding turkey's membership into the eu. His although turkey is a proud and by showing they can concessions. There's still some issues but over those issues. Why don't we talk about why it might be good for you to let turkey and or at least have good relations with turkey because good relations are very crucial to the european union. So on one hand if they joined it would become the fifth largest economy in the block And if you guys remember a very very large economy just left. The european union and european has his budget and they need to replace the set countries of expenses that they normally covered. I don't know what that country could be leads me. It's the united kingdom rob his chin over here. He is very. he doesn't understand took a lot. Told you only knows about taylor swift. I don't that much taylor swift he signed to do but that's a story for another time..

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How major stock indexes fared Friday

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00:55 sec | 1 year ago

How major stock indexes fared Friday

"After record high closes by the major indexes Friday. Among the report's due out that could affect stock prices are one on job openings Tuesday. A look at the cost of living with the consumer price index on Wednesday. Weekly initial filings for unemployment insurance Thursday and Friday reports on retail sales, industrial production and business inventories, many investors are encouraged the Democrats will have only a thin majority in the Senate. They say that could give the dams enough clout to push through more stimulus for the economy, but not enough to raise tax rates sharply and tough enough regulations, too. Significantly damaged profits. Tesla's shares jumped 7.8% for the biggest gain in the S and P. 500. The automaker surged more than 740% last year, and they're climbing Maura amid hopes that a democratically run Washington could encourage use of more electric vehicles. Rise pushes Tesla's total market value past Facebook's It's now the fifth largest stock in the S and P. Chuck's Iverson,

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Los Angeles' Orange County gears up for November election

KMJ NOW Programming

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles' Orange County gears up for November election

"Million million Americans Americans eligible eligible to to vote vote by by mail mail this this year, year, Spurred Spurred by by covert concerns, states are preparing for an unprecedented surge in mail in ballots. So what happens to your ballot after you mail it? Well, we asked my colleague Jolene Kent to take us to one of the largest and most prepared of although processing centers in the country, it's in Orange County, California south of Los Angeles. In Orange County, California, The final sprint to Election Day begins on October 5th in a month. All of these envelopes will be stuffed with ballots and sent out to voters. Once they're returned here to the registrar. That's when the process kicks into high gear. Orange County's nonpartisan chief Elections official, Neal Kelly oversees the fifth largest voting jurisdiction in the United States. He says he's running a military style operation to handle what's likely to be the biggest mail in vote ever. I think we're probably going to see upwards of 90% honestly for the November election that could add up to 1.2 million in Orange County. Kelly has been anticipating the onslaught from the pandemic in March, investing more than a million dollars in new machinery and doing dry runs to prepare. You know, I lose sleep a lot at night. I think every election official does. And one of the things that I was sleepover is making sure the voters understand their options. The options mill in your ballot early, drop it off in one of these secure drop boxes or deliver in person to a vote center starting four days before Election Day. You can, of course, always vote in person. So when your ballot arrives, the first thing it does is going to this piece of equipment. What this piece of equipment does in a very high speed. It's capturing an image of that signature in a split second. What happens if your signature is not legitimate? Goes to another tear for additional review, Comparing figures correct, correct human being is comparing every single thing. So if it's good balance, then these ballots come into this device right here, and this piece of equipment actually splits the envelope open. This operator with each individual ballots. Is he able to see the way I cast my ballot? No secrecy of the ballot remains because it stays folded here until it goes to another team for opening and flat. This is the moment of truth because now it comes in and we scan it, and we're capturing all the data with a voter, actually. Although Orange County captures mail in ballots as soon as they arrive, No actual votes are tallied until election Day. California allows ballots to arrive up to 17 days after Election Day as long as they're postmarked by November, 3rd. Kelly has 30 days by state law to count all the votes but believes they could finish in two weeks. As for the criticism from the White House mail in ballots will lead to the greatest fraud. Universal. Malin is a very dangerous thing. It's fraught with fraud and every other thing that could happen. I try and stay out of the political phrase the election official, right But just in general, when you talk about the security of mail in voting in general I think it has more secure aspects than in person voting. What we saw is a situation where the county has the time. Money and resource is to handle the expected surgeon mail in voting. But that's just not the case nationwide. Not all counties are this fortunate or prepared, Chuck

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"fifth largest" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For the fifth largest city you impact training hiring and the goal to develop true leaders and she says public safety will suffer like a good neighbor State Farm is there literally they've had an entire claims team picking up trash in Phoenix after thousands of been marching through the streets of downtown just amazing feeling of community togetherness but also it was a criminal and encourage the city that we live and work and then to build stronger safer communities claims team manager kalian Casteel says State Farm allows them to go out during your work days to volunteer during a divisive time he calls it a great team bonding experience the participants did a amazing job because it was actually a much cleaner than we anticipated alley that never KTAR news this is a terrible story of flagstaff an autopsy just released on a six year old boy shows he died of starvation to Sean Martinez weighed only eighteen pounds when he was found unresponsive in March police say was locked in a closet deprived of food the boy's parents and grandmother have been charged with first degree murder kidnapping and child abuse Arizona now in the heart of wildfire season of fire commanders dealing with what has become a yearly problem people flying drones around wildfires every tack on the big horn fire north of Tucson had to be shut down yesterday because of a drone Tiffany develop with Arizona forestry and fire management says the consequences could be deadly if a drone is struck by an air tanker or helicopter you're risking the safety of the pilots you're risking the safety of the firefighters on the ground the safety of the public and you're also hindering with suppression efforts if you're caught you're drawing can be confiscated and you're looking at thousands of dollars in fines plus jail time K. D. A. R. news time seven oh seven Peter van from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center how funny side this time but it got to be fair gotta go from one side to the other let me give you some insight here ten minutes westbound I. ten from the santan into the seventeen split eighteen minutes on the sixty westbound from signal Butte to the I. ten seven minutes is all on the two oh two red mountain freeway from the one on one price to the fifty one twenty one minutes going northbound on the one on one from the Santander thought Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard all of those equal knoll delay and seven minutes to to Santander from Val Vista into the one of one interchange you're looking good too now there is a crash twenty Seventh Avenue in northern another one at Lincoln drive at squaw peak drive and green field south of Warner you get a wreck as well the traffic report brought.

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"fifth largest" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The fifth largest city you impact training hiring and the goal to develop true leaders she was outside the city council chambers this morning and she also said public safety would have suffered with any cuts the funding the police department will not resolve the deep rooted issues of systematic racism there is only one race in this world and that is the human race also outside Phoenix city council chambers was in from Phoenix and he calls the new civilian board I'll start that independent civilian review board is really a good way to make sure people are kept safe in the public and I think that oversight actually make people better at their jobs and more effective and he considers it money well spent I think the rainy day fund certainly does have financial implications but frankly I think that we are seeing a lot of injustice right now and when the storms are here it's time to use the rainy day fund city staff told the mayor and city council the budget will not lead to layoffs and furloughs throughout all departments reporting live Peter Seymour KTAR news and for the twelfth consecutive night protesters are walking in downtown Phoenix it's a smaller crowd than other nights they're chanting de fund the police demonstrators began their walk at city hall mail in front of Phoenix police headquarters organizers say the protest will still end at eight o'clock even after the state wide curfews been lifted we'll be monitoring throughout the night the Phoenix city council did vote today to approve all that money three million dollars for the new civilian review board for police NVD Deana Hernandez with the advocacy group put air in action reacts to that vote we're glad that council members listened to community demands and saying we need accountability and saying we need to figure out what structural changes when it happened she calls it a first step and says there's still a need to invest more in services that support healthy and safe communities brit London's the president of plea the Phoenix law enforcement association that represent officers he says transparency comes at a cost of one part of it will be V. body cameras that we where not only are the cameras and the accessories expensive the storage is extremely expensive the redaction is extremely expensive you heard the protesters calling for the defunding of Phoenix police London says that would hurt all public safety including the fire department we're learning more about some changes that Arizona's top prosecutor would like to see made in police department for them is required the escalation and cultural diversity training for all officers I require all of our agents to do that and I think it's important but it's not required and so it's on an agency by agency basis whether that happens or not additionally Attorney General mark Brnovich told there was on this morning news when there's an officer involved use of force shooting you should have a third party oversee that matter investigated make those decisions because want to make sure there's no conflict or there's no you know I mean a perception of complex says his office could handle those investigations Charlie foster KTAR news and Arizona's secretary of state once a monument to Confederate troops removed from a public plaza adjacent to the state capitol in a letter to state department of administration democratic secretary of state Katie Hobbs calls for the monuments be taken from public display and put into long term storage indefinitely the monument at the state capitol was a gift to Arizona from the United daughters of the confederacy in the early nineteen sixties says the gift was a clear attempt to repudiate the progress of the civil rights movement and should be taken away we're now hearing from the first police chief in the valley who met and walked with demonstrators last week April this questions I suppose but we're able to have a open flow of dialogue that's Chandler police chief Sean Duggan describing the conversations he had with demonstrators he tells me he did it to show his department share support for justice and equality for all I don't see this as a one off event this will open doors and I just encourage people to be involved in being gauged he says having trust support and respect from the community is important and that has to be earned every single day so that's been the cornerstone of our system of policing in our city the cell density no KTAR news.

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

Squawk Pod

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus

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"fifth largest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The world's fifth largest economy has been thrust into an economic cold the likes of which has not been seen in modern history less than two months ago governor Gavin Newsom was working his may revise budget that projected a six billion dollar surplus then came the coronavirus we're projecting tens of billions of dollars of shortfalls fifty four point three billion to be exact from a six billion dollar surplus to a fifty four billion dollar deficit in just two months all related to the pandemic the governor says Washington needs to understand that for California and for all states is the virus not mismanagement that plunged economies into a hole and the federal government must tell or vitally essential services from first responders to education we'll see massive cuts gym group Los Angeles the CEO of Tesla Ilan mosque threatening to pull the company's factory and headquarters out of California on Twitter yesterday he threatened to sue local officials over restrictions the stop Tesla from restarting production at its factory in Fremont line Christopher crew WATC traffic in transit morning and happy mother's day and Steve Michaels seventy seven W. A. B. C. traffic we start off in Middletown New Jersey puts a malfunctioning traffic lights to use caution on thirty five both directions from twin Brooks Avenue from cherry tree farm road turnpike looks good so does the parkway the Hudson River crossings are clear and we were in pretty good shape here on the cross Bronx but on the major Deegan we do have north and southbound construction between Yankee Stadium and the cross Bronx expressway north bound traffic is a bit slow this morning and let's go with the Younkers quickly with construction on the Bronx river parkway heading south cross county to Bronx river road the far right lane is closed off and Steve Michaels seventy seven W. A. B. C. traffic now.

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Gov. Newsom On Reopening California

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:21 min | 2 years ago

Gov. Newsom On Reopening California

"Was California's economy like before the corona virus pandemic I guess eight weeks ago? Yeah I mean just ninety days ago. I was reflecting on the fact that we were projecting. Six billion dollar budget surplus We had paid off all the wall of debt we inherited From the prior Turn we at one hundred twenty consecutive months of job growth lowest unemployment highest reserves interstates history. Fast forward today We're dealing with unprecedented. Almost depression era unemployment numbers and deficit That's one of the highest in our state's history. Yeah what was the unemployment rate Before Corona Virus Ninety days ago as you said. And what is it now? It's a three point nine percent We anticipate being north of eighteen percent We conceivably could get as high as twenty four twenty four and a half percent in the next few months based upon the current trend lines twenty four and a half percent unemployment. That's that's a lot. Yeah I mean these are the the numbers are so staggering. When you just consider four point. Three million people have filed for unemployment insurance Just since March twelve and since the fifteenth we've distributed just shy of twelve billion dollars of unemployment support We're dealing with Numbers we've never dow with. Yeah I mean. Twelve billion dollars is just a staggering amount of money to to have processed and unemployment claims. I mean even with the strong budget position. California's in I mean from what I understand. California does not have the money to cover all of this going forward What are you going to do? I mean obviously? Millions of Californians are counting on unemployment will be counting on unemployment. Where's the money gonNA come from has to come from the federal government and I don't say that as a handout first frame meaning how I really believe in personal responsibility? I believe the state has a responsibility to get. Its Fiscal House in order. And that's exactly what we've been doing. The last decade that said we're not immune in the fact that California is now facing tens and tens of billions of dollars of deficits Is a direct result of in nineteen and that means the federal government has to be a partner in helping us out of this. What happens if you don't get federal support and the reality is we. Statutorily have to balance our budgets. I have to work with the legislature in the next few weeks. We have five weeks By June fifteenth. We have to work out a compromise and that none of us WanNa make on our own. Look we're talking about our police officers talking about our firefighters. We have fire season coming up. We talk about our teachers. We talk about those we call heroes and we have to look them in the is our nurses and our skilled nursing. Lvn's and RN's and folks that are really quite literally saving people's lives in and say well you know what we value you rhetorically but we have to let you go so in a way. There's like there's not a plan B right now it's just the federal government has to come through also mid a balanced budget But if if you can help me erase my name from any association with it. I'd love to see that happen. Look I required to do that But there's nothing in there that makes me proud. It doesn't represent my values doesn't represent the legislatures values and unlike the federal government. We don't have a printing press in. There is the capacity for the Federal Government to borrow to help states so that we can get back on our economic footing sooner and get the economy humming again to pay down those deficits into the future. I mean speaking of getting the economy humming again. I mean you are. You're at the head of the fifth largest economy in the world and so of course the decisions that you may have a global economic impact you also thorough bunch of lives at stake. So as you're kind of reopening the economy starting to think about reopening things. I'm wondering like how do you balance the economic cost that you're seeing that come with the shutdown versus the cost of potentially opening things back up too soon like just kind of I mean it's it seems like a very impossible decision in certain ways it is it's imprecise and what has to be humble and this and you have. You can't be ideological about it. You know we we believe in ready. Aim Fire not ready fire. Aim so you WANNA be guided I By indicators and we are guided by indicators by data in those data points are primarily health probably defined but also those data points include variations for economic activity. And we also recognize this. California's a state is populations larger than twenty one states combined. It really is a nation state. But it's many parts one body and what I mean. By that is there are variations within the state that we should also accommodate for their parts of the state that haven't been impacted directly or even modestly indirectly by the spread of the virus and those from an economic recovery perspective a will look at for variations on our statewide orders as an example how we begin to process. Yeah as we're talking it just keeps going through my head. How suddenly this came on just like ninety days ago. Everything was so different I wondering if there was a moment When you if there was a moment either at work or at home when you when you realize how serious this was going to get when we started seeing unemployment insurance claims come averaging a hundred fifteen thousand every day when prior we were averaging twenty five hundred a day two thousand five hundred to a hundred and fifteen thousand in a week. We started seeing average number. That's when the red flag come up and it was obvious to me. We were entering that trajectory Great Depression unemployment numbers. Yeah what went through your head when you saw those numbers like one hundred thousand I just the enormity of this And one of the reasons I wanted to be governor was to address are homeless issue and our poverty issues and so the issue for was looking at those unemployment numbers through this Lens. These same folks that were ravaged by the great recession. These are the same folks that never fully recovered from. Oh nine and tell two thousand ten and then the same ones now back on the unemployment line black and Brown communities disproportionately impacted and and it just it breaks your heart all this hard work and then boom. We hit this wall. This cliff. That chasm this canyon That were in and now we have to look those same people in the eye and say right when you're just getting back on your feet Now you're potentially going to be the source of most of the stress moving into these cuts in this recovery. Yeah what is it like to be at the helm of such a giant economy? So many people. What is that like you know? It's interesting because you're right. Look as as California goes so goes the nation. It's not a gross exaggeration. It's really not one at all We we punch above our weight in terms of of patents researcher scientists Nobel laureates and Terms of innovation the entrepreneur spirit so many of these sectors of our economy that have really grown in the last decade. So you're right. This weighs heavily Because the consequences if they're not felt immediately will be felt all across this country anti except the Americas and the temple of the world's economy across the rest of the world

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"fifth largest" Discussed on Paging The Simpsons

Paging The Simpsons

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on Paging The Simpsons

"Whoever's coming up with the weather and they're just like Neil you those allergies I've been having those for a couple of weeks to and I feel like you have to be so cautious because now if you have like a tiny cough everyone looks at you like. You're crazy exactly. I suffer through allergies except for I think about couple weeks ago. I got it so bad. Because it's the beginning the pollen level was at a high because according to my weather network Telling me though going to work was really tough than I have to take a couple of days off because it's true like you sneeze and you're just like oh no oh no got it we got you know what I mean. This is playing. Oh come on guys. It's just allergies. They're like Rose that's not allergy. Yes I rather stay at home and work from home when it's stuff like that but other than the allergies you know. My life hasn't really good so on that note. Tell us about what you do your job and about your podcast. So I work in the construction industry as a site administrator and I bounce between site and in office I do a lot of the administrator work. Also pay out all the trades in the subcontractors and all that and I hope with other things as well with the field team management team and My job hasn't really changed. I know we've been kind of like walking on eggshells because we weren't sure if we were going to shut down if our mayor and our provincial leader I forgot what he is again but he's just like you know. Are we going to shut down? Its construction shutdown because construction plays a huge part in everyone's economy Because we bring in shipments from different parts of the world to have your countertops windows done etc so it really moves trade as well But we are still working because they recently put out that any job that's been started or like they say the whole is been dug than you guys can continue working but Eddie projects that are fairly new just this year cannot continue and they made some exceptions for Saab but being in the Residencial sector in has to keep going because realistically my buildings are expected to have occupancy by December February between December to February so in needs to finish. I would hate to be this person who bought a Condo Four years ago. And you're kind of like where is it like am I gonNa have Cacho and might not so. They made it clear in in the country of Canada to like if it's residential manufacturing that we need supplies or whatever it is that the construction could still keep going of course. We have hospital jobs with my company. So they're obviously opened and they're trying to keep precautions in how to manage that because there's I think in Toronto Mike. Companies One of the largest subcontracting company general contracting companies. And you know we have a lot of projects so some of them got hit. Some of the didn't But they're really trying to do their best to move people around so they can still have a job and help us out who we 'cause we do need the extra hands like were doing screening questions. Every morning we are taking their temperatures. We are asking other questions. Were making sure we have supply. And we're reaching out to our suppliers to make sure Riga Hand sanitizer making sure we get as much as we can. Because really it's hum- it's tough like you can't even find hints of adviser Anymore and when I go out and buy these items I'm not just representing myself. I'm representing for a hundred and fifty plus people. So it's like it's hard to get the stuff in calling nonstop other people pay. How's it going and having a good reputation as a country and a really good company? It's like people will do so much to try to get you that supply so that's actually helping out a lot But might schedule hasn't changed. I'm still if anything I think I've got busier. Says now we're coming in earlier? Were making sure. Everyone's been screen if stickers to be handed out for their hard hats and stuff like that where you are you're constantly changing policies making sure. Everyone's aware handwashing stations are implemented. And I gotta say this. I know it's so weird from a generation of people that we have where he never washed her hands on construction sites. It's like you know they would be like yeah. You know they would say who needs to wash their hands because you know this is the life that you work in. It's like no one's got time to wash their hands. You just eat quickly. Continue on even. My husband needs to save that. I used to pack. You have hand sanitizer wipes and he works construction landscape. He's like I would have let my hands. I would have cokie on my hands and I'm eating sandwich and I'm just like that's disgusting. I said I pack you purposely bottles before would you were able to get it and wipes because I'm like use it because you don't know what's on that and I know most of like especially concrete was my favorite thing in school and I learned a lot about it so I have an architectural background by the way. And you can't have that on your hands on your food while I have died yet and I've been in constructive for so long. I'm just like Patriot. Whatever you do your thing and now it's like oh no. We got to start using more hands on tiger. Oh really so. My job hasn't really changed. But the people the morale. It's hard to keep it up. I know for me. I feel like sometimes in the office for like chart were. We're trying our hardest. We're trying to keep saying we're trying to kind of forget about what's happening is we still have to continue normal construction as usual. There is hiccups on the way. Because you know you're expected to get certain items from overseas and unfortunately it's been held back since all this has happened. We're not sure I even GONNA get in. It's just. It's a lot of stress but we're trying to do as best as we can. Regards to the PODCAST. I felt like my podcast hasn't really changed because I really try to get away from the whole Cova nineteen situation. I'm not talking about it as much. I'm really happy sometimes on Saturdays about my day like my week and you know how we just gotTa keep going life. Scott go on right then you gotta doubt to the new normal hate to say that because a lot of people are kind of like still scared of ones that next rent money going to go to like one. Is that grocery money like where we're going to? We're going to be next month. How are we going to manage etcetera? And I you know I understand that but we have to sort of adapt and kind of see the brighter things of this like for you guys being at home to learn more about each other you guys get to maybe share about what you guys do day to day work because when I was at home I was like actually my husband's like wow. What are you doing there? So many big numbers of deal with millions of dollars and I'm like well. This is what I do. This is what I have to submit in every single month. And you know this is how we get paid to this whole everybody else gets paid. You know you have to learn more about each other during these times and look at the brighter side of seeing so with podcasting. Kinda just said you know what? I've interviewed one hundred twenty people in January February and I'm still releasing episodes five days a week and I'm trying to do every other Saturday so I can get through my list of people and most make people are entrepreneurs actor musician. I've got Coaches motivators. I even had a hypnotist. Like you know those are Steph. Keep US distracted. Learn about different people under services so even other podcasters. Because everyone's different like everyone's got a different platform. So I just keep doing what I'm doing because really by fulltime schedules gone busier. And I just want people to kind of getaway navigate which has been working like you know by co-hosts denied Started a shower. Karaoke where we pick one song is. Shower fits one Song Karaoke. We talk about the music video and stuff like that. You know people are enjoying it. I've been hearing a lot of feedback that forbid you might say. Or when I recap ninety fiance with my co host She has her own podcast but inviter to come to my show and then we have that collaborative shower karaoke segment. But we're getting the feedback of like. Oh my gosh this is making me laugh and you know that's what's important to be. Just let's not talk about this whole scenario because yes it's true. It's horrible people are dying literally like it's I don't even notes by the second hurt by the minute. I'm not watching the news so I tried to stay away from that because really I have to see what these important corporate emails are coming in Steph. I'm going to have a job tomorrow or not every day's kind of like okay and well. Let's see this another email that got all my gosh. You're just like am I going to be home to be not in my abled from hall with the shutdown like it's just a lot of things are going through my mind so I choose not to watch the news But with the PODCAST. It's been doing really great. Haven't seen like a dip a numbers because I do run a podcast community and the biggest concern with most of them are like well. My numbers have been affected. Let's try and then I sit down with them but we had a couple of calls. I said GLITZ. Stay away from this. Coq Au Vin nineteen. Why don't we talk about what you're doing at home? What are you maximizing your time and a lot of small businesses that? I'm friends with their life. I don't know what's going to happen or do I have to shutdown. I said listen. You need to use this time at utilized to network. Let's what I've been doing with the podcast. I've been going on Lincoln. I've been 'cause I have a legion account for the podcast right. It's under my name but I don't write what I do full-time because I choose not to share a vita like to keep that private but you know networking with other people. Motivators speakers gets people scheduled in for interviews. I'm trying to maximize by auto really have extra time trying to use his opportunity to get in contact with somebody who was very busy before and now they're getting back to be within twenty four hours at try to you know figure something out. I was going to be kind of like a photographer. 'cause I do photography every now and then as the side Hustle and I'm reaching out to these local markets because in our community a lot of people do host markets have local vendors. Come out and this is my opportunity to reach out to them because even though everything's push bone them going to offer them a service like interview your vendors his monopoly -Tuni- for wider audience. If they're selling online I'm offering them for talk. Reese services where you know this way we can have these photos that are professionally done for their newsletters for upcoming events for promotion. Whatever it is you know. I'm getting out there to network with other people because I feel like this time for everybody if you have small. I know times are tough. I treat my podcasts because I want to succeed to where I wanted to go but you everybody needs to utilize taught maximize increase schedule creative routine because really when we get back to that normal which we don't know when that would be it's to be an ounce at least this way you can say wow that person that. I spoke to three months ago that I said I need to get a hold of them right away and see the purse or whatever creep up business deal that proposal. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA be ready for that because member before when we were in the hustle. Bustle I listen to you guys all the time and you know. I love that you guys are so aesthetic and Lauren. Busy on the weekend. Should Al is more during the week and if we we. You guys probably didn't have time to meet up certain people during the weekends when he's free and you're trying to oh. How do we can make our schedules work? We can interview other people. Recons- research for PODCASTS. Or you know because you got so much going on but reality now all the time we would say before. Oh I don't have time to I. We don't have time for this. We can't do that. I have no time time time time time time in you hear it now. There is tight so the things that you couldn't do before to it now. This is why I feel like the podcast hasn't changed because my mindsets more like I still gotTa pump this author. Who was able to release the book and you know sold five thousand copies in literally within forty eight hours. He was a bartender. Turn into a successful author. I need to publish this episode. Because you know this person said Went through a horrible experience in now as a coach and teaching other people but what she's struggled through and it's like these are little things where people now with this time to really come up with creative ideas either for your business either for your self help or personal development whatever. It is just utilize the time. No I completely agree because on my beauty business side. You know I've still been having like networking meetings via zoom and. I have like a running to do list that it was always the stuff that was on the back burner and now. I've actually accomplished kind of thing and I'm just trying to show up for you. Know my clients and still be like in their minds and and try to be supportive during this time so I definitely agree with that. And then as far as far as the podcast. You're right like that's why now we're trying to set up like interviews and do this kind of stuff because it's something we always wanted to do but we just never you know got to so very important and I'm glad you guys are utilizing this time. It really coming up ideas especially for your business. It's like you're having so many things running through your head that you need to get it on paper reach out to other people's lists way when you come out of this like will thorns ahead three months..

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Pandemic Guidance for Managers

Manager Tools

09:17 min | 2 years ago

Pandemic Guidance for Managers

"Going to continue our guidance around managing in the time of Cova. Nineteen which to put it mildly can be challenging. Yeah and I think what we have going on right now. From for professionals in general and specifically for managers is a focus on the virus and then focus on governmental responses. And unfortunately it's manager. If you think a little bit about it you have to assume there's going to be some economic impacts all you have to do. At least the beginning is to look at the stock market which of course valuations about the future. We talked last week about video. One on ones and how important relationships were and how distance made a difference Now we've got to go even bigger and broader and really step slightly out of our lane in the sense that manager tools is not one to talk about the economy a great deal other than respond to it but we feel pretty strongly that We can't avoid a recession and so that's part of what this cast is about. So all right. I'll be very happy if we were wrong. I can yeah. Gosh but you know. There's nothing wrong with preparing for difficult times in the more they don't happen. You're well prepared to take advantage. It's always good to have capital at the bottom of the market and capital when it comes to individuals is cash so number one mentor outlying. Prepare for a serious recession number. Two is manager. You've got to slash unproductive work number three. You gotTa Take Care of yourself. There's some things you need to find time to do. A number four steel cage death match preparations. We mentioned it last week. I wanted to talk about it a little bit more this week. And then we've been getting all kinds of ideas and having a robust conversation with people over the last week or so about managing people at a distance and we have some addition additional recommendations about how to do that. Okay Mark So. Let's talk about the elephant in the room. A serious recession. If you're a professional manager regardless of what your executives have told you. You've got to be thinking about this. Yeah and I think most of us aren't with the conversations I've been having with people. It's clear there are managers who who know it and these reminders. With a lot of experience and a lot of senator who don't so our guiding simple basically managers are supposed to look up for Mardi today the life we lead in the tasks and so so many of us get so much satisfaction out of accomplishing daily tasks that we forget that only individual contributors should be thinking about day-to-day only your individual. Contributors should be thinking about their tasks that are due today while our executives are supposed to be thinking a year out and maybe senior executives two to five years out. We managers should have a sense of the next two to three to maybe even five months depending your role the higher you go the further out. You're supposed to look and so we took a look five months into the future and said this is not good. You know. There's a great scene in margin. Call the the movie Several years ago it's a Ramana class about an investment bank facing a serious business disruption. There's a particularly famous scene. The CEO helicopter into the Manhattan offices and he learns what's happening and he tells the group that his role could be described as as he's supposed to read the market as music playing and he says well the quotas. Well let me tell you something. Do you WANNA know why I'm sitting here in this chair with you. All Y. At the big bucks so to speak. I'm here for one reason and one reason only I'm here. Guess what the music is. GonNa do a week month a year from now. That's it nothing more and I'm afraid standing here tonight that I don't hear a thing just silence. He's realized that whatever plans they had have completely been blown out of the window and I think that's an out An allergy for what's going to happen to the economy in the next year we at manager tools believe folks that the focus on the corona virus which is legitimate and then governmental responses to it such as shelter in place and locked down all the words that people have been using over the last few weeks and then of course the the health of our own health and the health of our families and our extended families have made it easy for so many of us as individuals and managers to miss what is coming to three five months into the future once this crisis and our present focus is lifted and that is a significant in deep economic recession which will cost millions and millions and millions of jobs. I wouldn't be surprised if there's estimates out there already that it's going to be million jobs alone in the US if you're wondering what's that what what that's like If you have some experience if you're not twenty years old and so therefore you might remember the financial crisis of two thousand eight. That's bigger. That number is bigger than the losses job losses in two thousand eight. Now it may be two or three million but everybody. I'm talking to at more senior levels. Think it'll be much bigger than that. I'll be shocked. I'll be thrilled. We'll be thrilled if it doesn't happen but we'll we'll also be shocked. I happen to live in California and I drove through Monterey and Pacific Grove near my house Last week and in Italy this was after a local shelter in place law went into effect and I saw almost no. I was just running an Errand. And what that means. It's eerily quiet and that's the pictures you see in the newspapers and on TV and so on what that means is no economic activity all those businesses that serve customers face to face will struggle to pay their mortgages on the building. They're running because they don't have any income if a landlord. Let's say they're sticking to the next level if landlord has just stretched herself in terms of the economy's been booming. I'm going to take a risk. I'm GONNA take on some debt and I'm GonNa try another venture she now needs that rent income to service new debt and if she doesn't get the rent income because there wasn't economic activity she could lose boast the existing buildings and the new venture both and the rents on that building from the new landlord. Probably go up and by the way that was before California. Things are changing so fast right. That was before California enacted a statewide shelter in place law which means every place in California is like that and it's interesting in the news. It was a bit of a awful because New York. City's mayor threatened to do that very thing and the New York's governor said well actually you. You don't have the power to do that. And by the way. Let's not panic. and then a day later that same governor enacted statewide closure of non essential businesses. If you're wondering why I'm talking about these two examples. Because California as a standalone economy ranks is the fifth largest economy in the world. New York ranks third in the United States. Texas is second which should wrangle them and New York ranks. Eleven in the world and it's above South Korea even Pennsylvania and Illinois rank above Saudi Arabia in economic productivity. So even though certainly the younger you are the more you think of economic activity occurring online. And we're thrilled with that is going well and to be honest. I think we said last week. The ability we all have to telecommute didn't exist fifteen years ago. The weren't enough laptops. There may not be enough laptops there. There certainly wasn't the kind of video conferencing and so on and they're certainly want to certainly work smartphones so the world's in a much better place to be able to handle this but regardless of the online economy. You can't simply shut down a huge part of the rest of the economy and not expect massive

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A Check-Up On California's Efforts To Combat Climate Change

Environment: NPR

05:07 min | 2 years ago

A Check-Up On California's Efforts To Combat Climate Change

"You A checkup now. On attempts to address Climate Change California is the fifth largest economy in the world. And it has some of the most aggressive climate policies in the country. It passed landmark law. Fourteen years ago to slash greenhouse gas emissions is also one of the first states to set a goal of going completely carbon neutral for many. California has been held up as a model but is it. Npr's Hannah Haeggman joins us now to take a closer look. Hi Hannah Halo all right. Let's tick through a couple of things look at energy. How is California doing so? The big emission cuts. We've seen there so far. Those have mostly come from getting off coal from two thousand four to two thousand. Six Cole was about twenty percent of the total electricity mix and in two thousand eighteen. It was only a little more than three percent. That's good yup. And that happened for a couple of reasons. California committed to this huge goal of getting greenhouse gas emissions below nineteen ninety levels. There was support from the Obama administration and wind and solar prices came way down. So because of all that Danny Colon word a researcher at Stanford Law School told me that. There's a clearer path to decarbonising electricity versus other industries. The technologies that cut the emissions are things we have and we know how to work with. That's installing solar plants. That's installing wind plants. That's putting battery energy storage systems and we have the right policies in tools to get it done and that's less true in some of the other sectors so energy good but he's mentioning these other sectors and I'm assuming one of those is transportation I'm thinking of electric cars. I Know California's done a lot. What's going on there? Actually over the last years vehicle emissions have inched up up. Yeah and that's because the number of people super commuting up to ninety minutes each way that's increase that's one part of the equation and another thing to a record number of Californians have cars about eighty out of every hundred all right. You mentioned commuting this week. It's all about telecommuting. People try to slow the spread of the corona virus. Yeah that's true and we don't know how long this will last but there's other issues at hand. I talked with Daniel sperling. He's a member of the California Air Resources Board about this thing. He called the Amazon prime effect What is that wanting more things delivered fast that means lots of trips from warehouses to neighborhoods and at the end of the day? That's meant an uptick in truck emissions. Which are the worst for the environment? So what about just putting people closer to work so that they don't have to supercomuter. Yeah that's easier said than done. And lawmakers have tried to address that by putting through various policies to build housing closer to city centers. They haven't been successful so far. Though there's also the question of people even really want to live in high rises and cities even if it does mean shorter commutes so kind of back to where we started Lou. The state is really pushing for people to buy more electric vehicles. Here's sperling we're kind of on the path. We just need to add a lot more urgency and move faster so California. Has this goal of getting five million zero emission vehicles on the road and ten years and in October of last year? There are about six hundred fifty five thousand of these cars on the road. Sperling has there are some state level incentives but there needs to be more to get more people to buy vs. Last thing is thirty to be a lot more charging infrastructure But if you put all these incentives in is that really enough to widely motivate Californians to buy vs yet Gets at the heart of the challenge. I talked to Havi Air Casinos. He's a native Californian and he commutes from Whittier California to Santa Ana about an hour and a half each way he drives a Honda. Civic that runs on natural gas he bought it a couple years ago to try and reduces impact but now the card doesn't meet the State's Clean Car Standards. He wants to buy a newer EV. But it's still too much for him at this point and he feels like people like him are being left behind Latinos and people of Color. We're the guys that drive all the way from east. La Too West La and we're not getting any love in terms of getting support to get in these cars so this is really about the environment which it's supposed to be about. Then why are you ostracizing your big majority of people that are on the road more than anyone else? So what's your big takeaway here when you look at? How a state like California? Which really has made this front and center is struggling so much. I mean with a state like California. They put up a lot of money to try and make these things happen at the same time. There's been a real slowdown a federal effort so now California's making progress to meet goals. But it might be going too slow that's NPR's Hannah Haeggman. Thank you so

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"fifth largest" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KGO 810

"Fifth largest economy in in the world and we can't withstand in we can't tolerate this and what you need I think it's trying to do is tell us that the this is the you know the high winds the high temperatures low humidity that's new that's climate change and that's what we have to live with but it's not the case their system should withstand this there is meeting they have an unsafe system or they wouldn't have to turn the power off to two million people took to protect them from this and that's the real problem that we're seeing is that there are turning power off in there you get couple eight one because they have to and know that the circumstances could cause a fire right which is not acceptable exactly or or they're doing it because they're trying to avoid any potential liability you know it's a funny you say that because I just got an email from one of our listeners Michael he lives a Martinez and he said like any pattern of neglect it builds a cumulative liability for P. Jeannie and trim trees your power lines unmaintained equipment similar patterns of neglect result in cumulative array of severe points of risk he said in my opinion rather than tackle and correct the vast number of costly concerns this bankrupt company has to cut power to avoid liability of their faulty equipment and I thought that was spot on I think that they're doing so we've been hearing that there are a lot of different things that could be done I personally like the idea of municipal legislation I like breaking P. G. in the PGA any up and allowing you know local municipalities to be able to control their own power systems but there are other things that can be done we've heard about burying the power lines we've heard about in casing power lines at ground level if burying them doesn't make sense if there's a reason that that can't be done and we've also heard about this technology and by god where technology area that San Diego is using for their electric system and it's one where there are sensors that detect when the electricity went when the line breaks and then that sends a signal to another thing which will immediately turn the power off to that line so that but it takes a half a second so before the hot line hits the ground it becomes a deadline now it's probably pretty costly but considering the miles and miles of lines were talking about they should be able to get that costs down why are they looking at things like that well you're absolutely correct San Diego gas electric after the tragic fire they had in two thousand and seven installed these re closures as what they're called in they hardened their system which is now which stands those high winds those high temperatures as low humidity conditions it is a hardened system they don't use would cold anymore they use steel poles to avoid any of the problems with that but here's the problem we closures the genie has recorders they usually closures the problem is that same vehicle gas in the there were closures like a fuse when a line breaks it automatically shuts off but what they do in P. Jeannie has us today but what can you say the eagle does is every fire season they turned it off because what happens when it breaks it sends a charge afterwards to make sure that isn't really serious did actually break this line is a separation and that causes the fire to San Diego turns all of those off every year PGA didn't do that in that seems to be the cause of some of the fires of two years ago because they did not follow the standard procedures industry standards that San Diego has done in P. Jeannie has they're not learning from others they're not learning from others mistakes and that frankly they have learned from their own learn from their own mistakes and I know in San Bruno that wasn't the electricity that was the gas but after that happened I mean we really should have taken such a serious look at P. Jeannie and what and and made a determination as to whether they were capable of running this massive utility I submit that they're not and I and you know I don't know how much more it's gonna take how much more death and destruction it's going to take before we do something drastic I don't even know what that would look like and we say this about the C. P. U. C. it seems as if in some of the recent things that have happened the CPC is more concerned about the shareholders of P. Jeannie than they are about public safety I'm what I've heard but some people advocate for the elimination of the C. P. U. C. but then who would be overseeing P. Jeannie at all well that's absolutely true in in I do have greater faith in the P. you see today there's a new president of the P. you see she's a hard biting woman who comes from agencies and organizations that need turnarounds they need changes and I think she can bring that to the PC I sent a letter to the PCS for they said we need to to do a root cause analysis soon and on this event to find out exactly if Pete you need use the right evidence and conditions when they made these decisions or were they fighting you know looking to avoid liability I think the P. you see is the place to do it what we've seen historically is they have not been the leadership hasn't been there and as we know after the San Bruno we identified him in my opinion that the PC was corrupt we had corrupt leadership they were in the pockets of the utility that's not the way it is today but they we do have to maintain and and have a sound utility of some kind I like your idea of the municipal initialization of utility San Francisco is you know is interested in purchasing it San Jose has a made some overtures to to buy that I think it's wonderful we have Sacramento it's mud this is been in place for years a safer utility less the cost of repairs Los Angeles has their municipal utility I've allowed so in my district so it is a common thread of success in municipal station of utilities and I think that's a good thing to come but I don't think we need or should have the prioritization of profits we provide utility services to be and if you have shareholders than profits are going to play into it and the idea I was I was so insulted in the bankruptcy court when they're asking to pay out bonuses to people meaning you're honest bonuses to people when you know pardon me there are people dead and and you want to pay out bonuses to people and you're in bankruptcy court because you can't pay out the liability that you're actually responsible for I'm I'm I just I don't know this is huge because P. genie is massive I don't really know what the short term solution is I think the long term solution were really is breaking it up I'm you've proposed a bill you've you've introduced the SP five fifty what is that do that would help me as a palette is including San Francisco well that legislation requires that if a utility work to merge with another entity or not the utility or if it comes out of reach a restructuring a reorganization that safety has to be a consideration a major consideration of the public utilities commission before they can approve that merger or that restructuring a reorganization SO does prioritize safety it also made some improvements to the system that makes it easier for these municipalities to purchase the the infrastructure and the distribution system from the utility so it simplifies that process a little bit here again making either but is it that we're we're we're in trouble is when you look at P. Ginny as they come out of the bankruptcy right now there are two proposals before the court both of them are from Wall Street hedge funds one is from the shareholders that the hedge fund that owns most of the shares that has established the board of directors in the management team in place today strictly hedge funds and then you have the bondholder share funds that have just put their proposal forward so at the end whoever wins this fight is a hedge fund from Wall Street again wants to maximize profits not safety in not repair protection that's what we have to keep fighting and that's where I think the the PC is in a good place today to do that in the fall and we're going to be on top of it to make sure that it does happen you know it seems as if when something goes awry it does seem as if as if P. genie is able to push the responsibility for the cost of it on to rate payers rather than on to the shareholders how does that happen they have been able to to try to do that a number of times and even San Diego gas electric tried to do that over the fires of a few years ago after the fires of two thousand and seven and the QC stood up to them last year in honor of was three hundred and seventy nine million dollars that the state the P. you see said wait a minute you were at fault you are responsible for these fires because of your negligence your shareholders have to pay this not repairs SDG inning San Diego what was upset they sued in court and actually yesterday I think the appellate court just decided in favor of the P. you see so that money will be passed on to shareholders not repair so there is a strange now coming in I think a backbone to the P. you see that we will see but where it'll come out is over the use of shut down the power shut down the S. P. S. offense that's where that he we will it will tell if if if you see is going to find and look at the facts look at it and analyze the because in the event completely from the communication that has been so poor so poor with people that are you know they've been told five times in three days if your power is going to be turned off at this time that it goes to this time and this and that how can you plan how can you live your life not knowing when your children we have families or you have a business that you're trying to you have to get to operate yes a job you have to get to it's it's this will cost billions of dollars in from what I've heard in Los the revenue and and certainly business losses in economic cost so it's a it's a tragedy and I'm I'm happy that there's outrage I'm happy that people are upset and I'm happy that those in power are upset about this as well those who will be making the decisions whether I heard today that the P. usually is very upset about this I've heard that should the governor has made comments and he's concerned and I think the word is outrageous what we've seen so I think with that we will see the change that's necessary well are they required to do these of these shutdowns according to A. B. ten fifty four no they're not these shutdowns or pretty much there control if they can't if they if their opinion rating governor Ronald well it is outrageous but here again do you want the P. you see I mean the PC on government doesn't want to make that decision for the utility because if they say if if curry said I want to turn the power off because it'll be safer and the pieces of nope with the power on and then there's a fire who's going to be responsible for that what do you see you see and so that's why they want to take kind of a backseat or have taken I should say a backseat role to this they did indicate in the hearing that I held in the August that they would be in analyzing and that they are that's part of the process but they haven't done it to the previous events there the last one that they looked at was twenty thirteen and there were a number of last year by different utilities and they have not investigated though so that's why I think this is created a a prioritization of that for the P. UC and we should see some I think some action and if we don't will certainly be on to make sure it happens so there's a fire that is burning right now in San Bruno is it still under where have they been largely able to get it contained well I I heard that your it's in the it's in behind Brisbane up December mountains and it the I've heard it's about fifty percent contained so I think they're working hard at it you should have it taking care of me I think I mean I think that the winds are supposed to diminish pretty soon and so that should be helpful in in getting that contain a senator Jerry how I gotta tell you it's it's just it's so refreshing to talk to you I mean I'm going to talk like a human being which topic one of us where you're experiencing the same frustrations that we are demanding the same answers and seeing some of the same solutions that for some reason they just continue to want to side step and I do think it's because of profits over safety is there any way to tell them you know until you get into you get your at least at the very least catch up on the deferred maintenance over a period of thirty years or whatever until you get that done there is no dividends paid out to your shareholders can we do that with that get him off the stick well I don't know if we can do that because if we if we well actually I know it we could do it but then no one would invest in P. Jeannie well or are you I know that's not a bad idea a flight we need them to invest we need them to buy their bonds with because they're going to sell billions of dollars in order to make some of the infrastructure repairs that frankly we've already paid for that they're going to have to do it again and so they need to have a robust active investment opportunity presented to to Wall Street in order to to get those funds that are necessary to make the repairs that we all want so we did they have to be successful either as a municipality.

"fifth largest" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Custody the nation's fifth largest school district is dealing with one of its biggest teacher shortages the Clark County school district has more than seven hundred fake and teaching positions there's not been such a large number of openings during the first week of school since twenty fourteen some teachers say there's no way staff and students won't feel the strain of having fewer instructors district said teacher recruitment and retention are top priorities in their focus twenty twenty four plan why a man whose truck was being impounded suddenly opened fire killing a California highway patrol officer and wounding two others before he was shot to death it was a long and horrific gun battle it resulted in very extensive crime scene riverside police chief Sergio de as says the officer who died Monday in the shooting just off the two fifteen in riverside is thirty three year old Andre more junior a man identified the shooter to KABC TV as his forty nine year old son Aaron loser of Beaumont he said his son is a felon and he doesn't know why he had a gun all flights out of Hong Kong have been canceled again amid persistent protests protested severely crippled operations at home calls international apple for a second day forcing authorities the council will remaining flights out of the city the activists have taken over the terminals as part of their push for democratic reforms they beat a brief response which flights will able to take off and land within the airport authority announced taken stepsister departing flights were suspended on the flight that had completed the process would continue to operate it said it doesn't expect arriving flights to be affected although dozens have already been canceled I'm Charles as part of its rebranding the strat as it's now known has unveiled new gaming chips featuring the resorts new logo they've also opened a new table gaming area now that the new chips are out the old the stratosphere chips will expire on December ninth the apple stratosphere chips you must cash them in by then or.

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"fifth largest" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on KTRH

"Plus, e book, nonfiction. So we call this, a grand slam, Mr. producer. And we're up against all odds just like the president. When he faces these people trust me about this. Let's see Ryan Pomona California, eight seventy the answer a liberal, how are you, sir? Hey, Mark just wanted to. I don't agree with a lot of what you say. Because I have a liberal, why would I love California? I'm over government. I love the fact that we got rid of Republicans that we're representing our state come on the show, and you sound dumb already. Why, why do you love getting rid of the Republicans in your state because of all the stand for I mean, first of all, have you read a do? They stay. Let's see liberty. I'll talk about conservatives liberty the constitution, your civil rights, limited government, fiscal sanity, things like that. You have a problem with their cooking away a woman's right to choose. Nobody's take on a woman's right pay attention. I'm educating nobody's taking away women's right to choose a little more complicated than that, Ryan. There's another human being involved. There's also people who look at science, and they look at sonograms and the scientists getting more and more clear, there's also people faith. So to just say, hey, you know what I believe in a woman's right to choose that really isn't the only thing that needs to be taken into consideration. Is it? I'm heard there's a lot of. It is it really is. It's the only thing because here in California, we're so so far ahead of the rest of the country. What is the dead in California today? Do you know? California's we have the fifth largest economy in the wolf. No, thanks to the Democrats. Doing that. You've had the fifth largest economy in the world long before the I think you've actually had the fourth largest economy in the world at one point. So you like business. Business have California's. You like business 'cause you're talking about the fourth biggest economy in the world, right? Does government great? The fourth listen, this government, create the fourth biggest economy in the world or does business. Well, if it's government than North Korea would be the richest country in the face of the earth, right? Yeah. Of course. What else do you hate about people like me? Gun policies are the worst what gun called the second amendment, sir. It's not a policy. It's an amendments in the Bill of rights. Do you know why it's there, by the way? In the second amendment. It does say that. Militias. Do you understand what it means by militias? Do you know why they put that in there? They wanted states to be armed to take on the federal government. You wear that I assumed it was over England. And it wasn't over England the states wanted to be armed, they wanted a militia to protect them should the federal government come to onerous. And you're citing that part of the second amendment. Yeah. But isn't that very argument, right there, though? Because militias aren't single are actually. Or did you notice you notice, comma? Right. You know what a comma is. Yeah. Okay. Just wanna make sure. So it's your proposition against all history and against plane reading that the framers didn't mean that individuals should be armed, the framers simply meant that the state government should be armed. Is that your proposition? I'm saying that is the way I read it. I believe even a matter the way you read it. We have a history, there's an American there's American history. You see one of the reasons we have a second amendment is because the states at the ratification convention said, we're not buying this constitution, they're certain rights that you left out of it. And so they said, we'll tell you what we don't want to have another constitutional convention..

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"fifth largest" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Lead from the blazers with their route of Portland Nikola Yokich with twenty five points, nineteen rebounds nuggets with their fifth largest playoff win in franchise history largest in the conference semi's or later at twenty six point pasting of the blazers in this one as they grab a three two series lead. Third time they've ever had a three two series lead in franchise history. Jamaal berry eighteen points, nine assists. The nuggets shot nine of nine off his passes, nine assists. A playoff career-high is coach Mike Malone Tamala really go in there in the first half scoring wise. Just just to see mate rank in terms of tough shot makers. You've come across in the league. He's definitely up there. You know, ios think about I think step in kyri has great great finishers below the rim finishers if you will. I think what you. All has Ican finish all different types of shops. But he also has lettuces to finish above the rim. But I thought he was terrific tonight. You got twenty four points nine SIS and no turnovers in game five of the playoff game. And this is your playoff debut. And as I mentioned, I think after last game what what what I'm marveling at which a mall Murray is the consistency. At which he is playing at right now first round it was a little bit up and down which tomorrow is gonna show up. We kind of go as he goes and this and this playoff series. He's been phenomenal impact in the game. At so many ways scoring playmaking, and rebounding, and I think he's playing some pretty good defenses. Well, so, you know, great job by him. Nikola and Jamal. Paul turns dominating on offense. Six guys in double figures tonight is that a product of game. Or is there a game plan to spread the ball around? That's that's what we've been. I mean you go back to the eighty two game regular season. We're a second league in per game. Something we harp on something we practice. It's something we preach, and that's part of our culture being selfless making plays for teammate and playing four each other not just with each other. And I think in whenever you watch us play. We're a fun team to watch because of how selfish we are is not just one guy. Jim the ball twenty five times shooting. It's actually guys making the right play playing off of each other. And and really really unselfish basketball. And that's why I love about a group of guys are connected. You can tell by watching us play. How much we care for each other? And that's one of the things I love most about group. Dot take the conversation away from basketball, but you spoke pre-game about the shooting a lot in that you thought you'd be able to keep your mind focused on the game. When start I'm wondering, if you caught yourself drifting at all or if you thought about the shooting at all whether it was during the game or halftime, or now you're able to kind of block that out. I was to be honest Harrison really able to block it out concentrate on the task at hand. Then obviously after the game. It's your thoughts. Go out to the family of the student that was killed, and you know, you you hope that they're hang in there and such a tough night. And and all the other families that were affected, but tragic story, obviously, hopefully, we brought a little relief to the fans in the Denver area tonight with another really quality home win against a very good basketball team. I don't know if you guys realize is going into tonight's game..

"fifth largest" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"fifth largest" Discussed on Q95

"Oh boy. You can look I'm sure we'll have a junior went back. That's junior back for Christie. I don't know if she's going to be happy about it. Now. Let me explain happening. Drew hastings. Of course, the the mayor of Hillsboro high. Oh, you're a lame duck. Mayor rhyme lamed up it's still solving problems in driving things forward. Okay. That's and future pointing toward the future. That's right. We have a new organization it's called the junior windbags society, by the way, you have just been named vice president and the way this works is with a new app. You can leave us a voicemail or you can send us a text or an Email if you'd like to complain about something or a site. Some brilliant thing that we have done which is very rare or make a correction you can join the junior windbags society and you have a letter for Christie. And you're gonna have to read it with a kind of a pompous. Yes. Like this. In other words, read it like I would oh. Kind of fact-finding Christie as a member of the fifth largest Canadian familial clan. Okay. And largest French Canadian family. Yes, please. Let me correct. Your pronunciation of the province of Quebec it goes in America back. It's back instead of k back as Christie tends to do. Please inform her that it should be pronounced comeback as in the grand high poobah of international windbags, Alex travek might say makes sense doesn't it? That's so nice. The name Suzanne. Essence the new vice president sees a member of the fifth largest Canadian familiar clan, then largest French-Canadian fan. What's the last? Name was the surname on that. Trump TRL MB L A Y from Blake is take a key in scratch, some graffiti bathroom stall, I'll make sure I get that. Now, you understand my hesitation. Sound like a dish. You'd get at the bay Trombay. It's on fire Tremblay unbelievable. Wait like an hour. Yeah. Right. Doc. And actually brings me to the first time ever, we might have to drum someone out of the wind bag club. Oh because this story lawsuit alleges that post and tour three rotator cuff muscles. Oh, I think that's one more than you have isn't it, man? Oh, man, dislocated his bicep and dislocated his vice up. This is a Cincinnati Bengals fan of suing the team for slipping in vomit, right? And here's the wind bag response correction. This win bag moment.

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