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MLB Players Extend Streak of No COVID-19 Positives to 54 Days

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | Last month

MLB Players Extend Streak of No COVID-19 Positives to 54 Days

"Major league baseball and the MLB. Players Association reporting no new positive coronavirus cases for the past week ending Thursday at a three, thousand, five, hundred, ninety, seven tests among athletes and personnel, and they'll be Friday celebrating a milestone of fifty four days without a positive test result for covid nineteen and achievement after a season that saw outbreaks from a handful of ball clubs that forced the consolidation of several games into limited days. Major League baseball opted for the bubble environment for much of their postseason restricting games to los. Angeles San. Diego. Arlington Texas for the start of the division series round concluding with the world series currently taking place at Globe Life

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John Oates of Hall & Oates says he slept with ‘thousands’ of women during the ‘70s: ‘I’ve lost track’

Colleen and Bradley

02:08 min | 9 months ago

John Oates of Hall & Oates says he slept with ‘thousands’ of women during the ‘70s: ‘I’ve lost track’

"Wait John it's the says he has slept with thousands of women hi this is exciting to me thousands of women why that exciting hall and Oates I mean you want to know that they're getting their freak on yeah they definitely where he said I'm sure it was thousands I've lost track he's seventy one years old and he said if you didn't live through the seventies and eighties if you weren't a rock star during that time there's no way you can comprehend what it was like there were no cellphones and people taking pictures of everything you did there was no social media it was much more innocent he said I used to meet girls in various towns and sort of have a relationship I might see them and then see them six months later he said he never had a drug problem he says coke was ubiquitous Daryl hall and I never had our issues with it because we never did it I tried it back in the studio fifty four days and it made me feel so uncomfortable but I couldn't do it it just wasn't my thing I mean and isn't that a blessing when you think about it it is I would just like to pay very close attention to the language he used because he said we never did it and then he talks about when he did how we did it we just need you didn't do it more than one yeah I tried it yeah and then he didn't really do it but I just world to know you can't undo it once you're doing that's true he did say both Terrel and I knew that we were going to be musicians for the rest of our lives and the only way for us to be musicians for the rest of our lives was to keep our bleep together they did suffer with issues with money mismanagement at one point John out says that he had homes in New York Connecticut an aspen hit an airplane hit a garage full of vintage cars but he had no cash he had no money well he said it's embarrassing me to realize that I should have been more aware and knowledgeable of what was going on but I was swept up in being a pop star it was too easy to party to play my music and then he sold everything but kept his condo in aspen he moved to start fresh she remarried had a son and said that that financial hardship really helped him because he was able to move forward and just be so much more responsible going

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Race for Democratic primary endorsements heats up

Tim Conway Jr.

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Race for Democratic primary endorsements heats up

"Crush former vice president Joe Biden's picked up a pair of big endorsements in the south land LA mayor Garcetti in Long Beach mayor Robert Garcia have both announced their support for Biden in the democratic presidential primary Garcia had previously endorsed senator Kamel Harris before she dropped out of the race Garcetti had held his endorsement and tall now our city will also be taking over as the Biden campaigns national co chair the California primary is fifty four days away by vote by mail ballots will be going out February third the same days the Iowa caucus in Long Beach Chris and Carla okay fine

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"fifty four days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:17 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on WTVN

"Want to be part of the program all right before we get to our phones on this Friday there's so much great work audio that goes into this program that we don't get it all the year it's it's a lot of this is going to be very self explanatory but it kind of sums up the madness the insanity of of these weeks we are now living through you know I just I did one thing I'm taking the most part in is that in three hundred and fifty four days that all of this goes to you the American people's all gets put in your hands and you will ultimately make that decision they never thought it could happen in twenty sixteen it did they've never recovered since and it's been three long torturous years of never ending lies hold Samper hoax conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory just to take down a duly elected president of managing on in three hundred and fifty four days they have to say these words so when so news can now project that Donald J. trump has been re elected the forty fifth president of the United States of America that's what matters now this show the circus the the the total that thousand everything that they're doing that's hurting the country we get to we get to have the final say so anyway here's the some of the highlights from this week's in our audio roundup on a Friday your calls coming up right out of this you testified in your prior testimony that you have not had any contact with the president I'd states that correct this correction miss Taylor Mr can't have you had any contact with president states I have not so not only no conversation with the president takes about Ukraine you've not had any contact with the president I'd states correct that's correct so you both know that this impeachment inquiry is about the present states don't you I mean the man that neither one of you had any contact with your the first up witnesses I die just final amazing that that that the first stop would be to people who have never had any contact with the president himself no Kurt Volker did have contact with president and conduct a present on Ukraine Mister ambassador dot Taylor you said that he's a man of the highest integrity why no court order and I know you know he served as the NATO ambassador he serves as the director of McCain institute he's the highest professional ethics were most knowledgeable people about Europe is absolute truth for men miss can't would you agree with ambassador Taylor date he is of the highest integrity I believe Kurt Volker his serve the U. us as a public servant very well do either of you have any evidence that Mister Volcker committed perjury or lied to this committee in his system in his testimony to this committee do either of you have any evidence that Kurt Volker perjured herbs himself or lied to this committee in his testimony investor Taylor any evidence of Mister I've new evidence scant I believe master workers deposition was over four hundred pages and I don't have it in front of me so I can't you have no evidence that he lied or perjury I have no basis to make that judgment we're not in a court gentleman then if we were the sixth amendment would apply and so what rules on hearsay and opinion in most of your two testimonies would not be admissible whatsoever but I understand in your profession you deal in words of understanding words of beliefs and feelings because in your profession that's what you work with the try to pull together policy and to go in and out of meetings to try to formulate opinions that that affect other people's decision making a master tailor have you ever prepared for a meeting with the president or prime minister of a country or you were told one thing before you went into the meeting as to what was to be about the meeting be about another thing or you get in there and the beliefs or opinions of the president the prime minister or other than you believed you're asking if I ever learn something new and I logged in it with the belief that you thought about the country that the you were serving in and find out that they were wrong I learn something in every meeting Mister Turner but I you know and I said you know the reason why the the six of them it does allow hearsay is because it's unreliable some reliable because frequently it's on truthful it is not factual it might be believes or understandings about Sir you testified about a number of things that you heard isn't it true possible the things that you heard were not true that some of the beliefs and understandings that you had or not accurate that in fact you're mistaken about some of the things that you testified today and a factual basis versus a professional assessment Mr I am here to tell you what I know I'm not going to tell you that anything I don't know I'm gonna tell you everything that I do know but since I learned after another exactly that's exactly right view because wrong right but since you learn it from others you could be wrong correct I am telling you what I heard them tell me and they could be wrong or they could be mistaken or they could have hardened correctly right investor Taylor people make mistakes right so you could be wrong yes Sir we've been down in the secret deposition meeting rooms you've graduated for your performance today later this afternoon I should note that the public that we will be back down in the basement of the capitol doing more of the secret depositions I don't really have very many questions for you which is omitted in your opening statement that on the side you don't have any first hand knowledge of the issues that were looking into I do want to talk a little bit about senator Grassley very briefly I assume that you know who senator Grassley is yes Sir I do do you believe that the senator Grassley is a serious and credible elected official I have no reason to think otherwise were you involved in the July twenty fifth trumps Lynskey phone call or preparations for the call no I was not were you involved in the deliberations about the pas and military sales to Ukraine as the trump administration reviewed newly elected president of one skis commitment to corruption reforms for the delay and for the pause the pause no I was not were you involved in the proposed from the Lynskey later penciling ski meetings in Warsaw Poland on September first yeah I was not ever talked to president trump in two thousand nineteen no I have not Mick Mulvaney no I have not thank you ambassador not exactly sure what the investors doing here today this is the house intelligence committee that sound turned into the house and pitchman committee this seems more appropriate for the subcommittee on human resources of the foreign affairs committee if there's issues with with employment disagreements with the administration it would seem like the skin more appropriate setting instead of an impeachment hearing where the ambassadors not material fact witness to anything any of the accusations that are being hurled at the president right so that's like our week summary of the madness the insanity that is the swamp but it is a swamp it is a store you know why the country elected the disruptor Donald Trump because there that nuts and they will hurt the country in the process they haven't done a thing for we the people are right on this Friday let's go to our phones Atlanta newstalk WSB Allen is standing by Alan hi how are you glad you called Sir John a prison that the my call thank you Sir glad for all you do I want to let you know that I am very impressed with the Democrats as a father of six kids I can tell you that our re your temper tantrum that's got to be a record I mean that's impressive no matter who your yeah that's actually a pretty good point to me he pulled very blunt with you know keep it about three years crying whining complaining temper tantrum because you lost the election yeah that's that that might yeah I guess we could tip the hat to them for being the biggest cry babies the history of the country short but they're hurting the country now all right let's send that message yeah three hundred fifty four days hang in there Alan thank you in North Carolina Terry happy Friday Terry how are you I'm good how are you I'm good are from going on listen all these are all the hearings and although wonderful witnesses they have I remind me of the song that are used to be wary saying hearty from any friend who heard it from another friend okay we have a yeah a friend from a friend from a friend's brother whose fathers grandfathers nephews what a missed opportunity for you you could have been saying it right there we are sleeping on the job yeah okay that that yeah I all right you're being a why is that but you know what that you're also anyway thank you for the recommendation we take requests here on Fridays let's say hi to Tim in California thirteen and a half percent state income tax more poverty more homeless there's more misery than any other state in the country what's going on Sir Mr Hannity I'm very excited big big fan of yours man thanks for taking my call thank you my friend god bless you glad you called you give me this microphone every day and I I am very very humble and grateful awesome so may I would hold also makes a little enlightenment why can't our center in the house why can't they just be like you know what I don't wanna listen either let's think about now why can't they just do that is there a lot they have to abide by because we know that there's no way you know Republicans are gonna both one beach our guy why can't they just do that is there a lot of they have to listen to this garbage live the answer to your question is they don't have the power in the house this is all controlled this this is why it's a ship show I mean it is a total shift show and if you don't know what I mean it's a shared shop because it is and because they have they designed it this way every single bit of due process that was afforded Bill Clinton and the Democrats in nineteen ninety eight it's nothing like that this is this is judge jury and executioner the compromised material witness the corrupt Howard congenital liar Adam Schiff he has the final word on everything in this whole ridiculous process now the Senate the you know look I yeah I guess people can disagree with this idea that maybe it's in the president's best interest if they do send over articles of impeachment not to just dismiss it because if you just dismiss it people gonna say cover up cover up but it's it's a it's never going to convict him but if you start with the rules of evidence the federal rules of evidence like we have been asking every senator now to respond to us and we've got a number of them we've been reporting on if if we now guaranteed hearsay is inadmissible then let me tell you something it's all over they have nothing to present at that point the only evidence they have to present is the transcript which exonerates the president and that's you know that's why I'm home watching this woman today and I'm like okay she wasn't on the call she never learned about the specifics of the call she was even the ambassador at that particular point you know she has she confirms she has no first hand knowledge what so ever did learn about the contents of the call until was made public she knows nothing but like Devin newness of why is she even there there was no reason for this woman to be there today over the president tweeted out okay well how did you how did she know that because I haven't shipped holder and you know we do have something called the first amendment here and the first amendment does allow you to say you know this is total B. S. anyway I'm glad you called thank you Scott Oklahoma what's up Scott how are you hello Scott happy Friday welcome the Sean Hannity show thank you John thank you John my question is this and it may be kind of saying I don't know but since we're seeing so much corruption in our system I mean how much long I mean we're we're using words like civil war you know Akon break down all this dance before we get to that you don't have we exhausted all of our options I mean how much longer do we pay into the system that is obviously failing because people are corrupt and we go about making an overhaul like that look I'm gonna tell you something the every thing needs to change one thing that has frustrated me over the years is the Republican Party Republican Party has become just the swampy just this sewer oriented many of them as Democrats you know what weight when they when they had sixty five show votes were peeling replace obamacare that when it really mattered they even have a plan a consensus plan that they had built and then when it mattered well maybe we don't really mean it or the the seven senators Republican senators that in twenty fifteen they both for a straight repeal of obamacare the same exact bill comes up when it means something and we did a really mean that vote I mean they they just they just sock it you know I I I I don't know what happens to these people some go there sound great and they just turn into a swamp creatures and they get addicted to being called senator and congressman and they think you know they got their head up their their you know what their nose in the air the best thing we can do is keep electing disruptors that will fight and are willing to fight fight fight fight fight for promises that they're making for their people that they're supposed to serve remember Scott they're supposed to serve us they are to be our public servants I don't see a lot of serving going on here except their own political ambitions last word Sir I totally agree with you John thank you thank you I have a friend that blessed hope you have a great weekend eight.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"BO right twenty five now till the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn they want to be part of the program we get our phones on this Friday there's so much great work audio that goes into this program that we don't get all the year it's it's a lot of this is gonna be very self explanatory but it kind of sums up the madness the insanity of of these weeks we are now living through you know I just I did one thing I'm taking the most part in is that in three hundred and fifty four days that all of this goes to you the American people's all gets put in your hands and you will ultimately make that decision they never thought it could happen in twenty sixteen it did they've never recovered since and it's been three long torturous years of never ending lies hoax after hoax conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory just to take down a duly elected president of managing on in three hundred and fifty four days they have to say these words so when so news can now project that Donald J. trump has been re elected the forty fifth president of the United States of America that's what matters now this show the circus the the the total the the little everything that they're doing that's hurting the country we get that we get to have the final say but here's the some of the highlights from this week's in our audio round up on a Friday your calls coming up right out of this you testified in your prior testimony that you have not had any contact with the president say separate destruction Stiller Mr can't have you had any contact president states I have not so no you know conversation with the president about Ukraine you've not had any contact with president I'd states correct that's correct so you both know this impeachment inquiry is about the president's they tell you I mean the man that neither one of you had any contact with you the first up witnesses I just find it amazing that that that the first stop would be to people who have never had a contact with the president himself no court Booker did have contact with president and kind of a present on Ukraine Mr investor dot Taylor you said he's well ma'am highest integrity one no court order and I know you know he served as the NATO ambassador he serves as the director of McCain institute he's the highest professional ethics were most knowledgeable people about Europe is absolute truth for members can would you agree with Besser Taylor he is of the highest integrity I believe her culture has served the U. S. as a public servant very well do either of you have any evidence that Mister Volcker committed perjury or lied to this committee discuss them in his test might this committee do either of you have any evidence the court Booker perjured herbs himself or light to this committee in his testimony investor day or any evidence of Mister I've noticed is that I believe best workers the position was over four hundred pages and I don't have in front of me so I can't get when you have no evidence that he lied or purchase I have no basis to make that judgment in a court judgment if we were the sixth amendment would apply and so would rules on here say an opinion and most of your two testimonies would not be admissible whatsoever but I understand in your profession you deal in words of understanding words of beliefs and feelings because in your profession that's what you work with the try to pull together policy and to go in and out of meetings to try to formulate opinions that that affect other people's decision making capacity or have you ever prepared for meeting the president or prime minister of a country were you told one thing before you went into the meeting is what was to be about the meeting be about another thing when you get in there and the beliefs or opinions of the president the prime minister or other than you believed if I ever learn something new and I did it with the belief that you thought about the country that the you were serving in and find out that they were wrong I learned something in every meeting Mister Turner but I you know and I said you know the reason why the the six and it does not hearsay is because it's unreliable several I because frequently it's untruthful it is not actually might be believes or understanding and that's what you testified about a number of things that you heard is it possible that the things you heard were not true but some of the beliefs understanding that you had or not accurate that effect you're mistaken about some of the things that you testified today and factual basis versus a professional assessment Mr I'm here to tell you what I know I'm not gonna tell you they think I don't know I'm gonna tell you everything that I do know from other exactly that's exactly right you got it wrong what did you learn it from others you could be wrong correct I'm telling you what I heard them tell me and they could be wrong or they could be mistaken or they could have heard incorrectly right investor Taylor people make mistakes right so you could be wrong congratulate you you've been down in the secret deposition meeting rooms you graduated performance today later this afternoon I should note that the public that we will be back down in the basement of the capitol doing more of the secret depositions I.

Shawn fifty four days forty fifth
"fifty four days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on KTRH

"Now till the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn they want to be part of the program all right before we get to our phones on this Friday there's so much great work audio that goes into this program that we don't get it all the year it's it's a lot of this is going to be very self explanatory but it kind of sums up the madness the insanity of of these weeks we are now living through you know I just I did one thing I'm taking the most part in is that in three hundred and fifty four days that all of this goes to you the American people is all gets put in your hands and you will ultimately make that decision they never thought it could happen in twenty sixteen it did they've never recovered since and it's been three long torturous years of never ending lies hold Samper hoax conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory just to take down a duly elected president of managing on in three hundred and fifty four days they have to say these words so one so news can now project that Donald J. trump has been re elected the forty fifth president of the United States of America that's what matters now this show the circus the the the total let them everything that they're doing that's hurting the country we get to we get to have the final say so anyway here's the some of the highlights from this week's in our audio roundup on a Friday your calls coming up right out of this you testified in your prior testimony that you have not had any contact with the president I'd states that correct this structure was Taylor Mr can't have you had any contact with president states I have not so not only no conversation with the president takes about Ukraine you've not had any contact with the president I'd states correct that's correct so you both know that this impeachment inquiry is about the president states don't you I mean the man that neither one of you had any contact with your the first up witnesses I just final amazing that that that the first stop would be to people who have never had any contact with the president himself no Kurt Volker did have contact with the president and conduct a present on Ukraine Mister ambassador dot Taylor you said that he's a man of the highest integrity why no court order and I know you know he served as the NATO ambassador he serves as the director of McCain institute he's the highest professional ethics were most knowledgeable people about Europe is absolute truth will manage can't would you agree with ambassador Taylor he is of the highest integrity I believe Kurt Volker has served the U. us as a public servant very well do either of you have any evidence that Mister Volcker committed perjury or lied to this committee in his system in his testimony to this committee do either of you have any evidence that Kurt Volker perjure comes himself or lied to this committee in his testimony investor Taylor any evidence of Mister I've no evidence scant I believe master workers deposition was over four hundred pages and I don't have it in front of me so I can't you have no evidence that he lied or perjury I have no basis to make that judgment we're not in a court gentleman then if we were the sixth amendment would apply and so would rules on hearsay and opinion and most of your two testimonies would not be admissible whatsoever but I understand in your profession you deal in words of understanding words of beliefs and feelings because in your profession that's what you work with the try to pull together policy and to go in and out of meetings to try to formulate opinions that that affect other people's decision making capacity or have you ever prepared for a meeting with the president or prime minister of a country where were you were told one thing before you went into the meeting as to what was to be about the meeting be about another thing or you get in there and the beliefs or opinions of the president the prime minister or other than you believed Mr you're asking if I ever learn something new and I don't want to end it with the belief that you thought about the country that the you were serving in and find out that they were wrong I learn something in every meeting Mister Turner but I you know and I said you know the reason why the the six of them it does a lot here say is because it's unreliable some reliable because frequently it's on truthful it is not factual it might be believes or understandings about Sir you testified about a number of things that you her isn't it true possible the things that you heard were not true that some of the beliefs and understandings that you had or not accurate that in fact you're mistaken about some of the things that you testified today and a factual basis versus a professional assessment Mr I am here to tell you what I know I'm not going to tell you that anything I don't know I'm gonna tell you everything that I do know but since I learned after another and she's actually that's exactly right view because wrong right but since you learn it from others you could be wrong correct I am telling you what I heard them tell me and they could be wrong or they could be mistaken or they could have hardened correctly right investor Taylor people make mistakes right so you could be.

Shawn fifty four days forty fifth
"fifty four days" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on KNSS

"The program all right before we get to our phones on this Friday there's so much great work audio that goes into this program that we don't get it all the year it's it's a lot of this is going to be very self explanatory but it kind of sums up the madness the insanity of of these weeks we are now living through you know I just did one thing I'm taking the most part in is that in three hundred and fifty four days that all of this goes to you the American people's all gets put in your hands and you will ultimately make that decision they never thought it could happen in twenty sixteen it did they've never recovered since and it's been three long torturous years of never ending lies hold Samper hoax conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory just to take down a duly elected president of managing on in three hundred and fifty four days they have to say these words so when so news can now project that Donald J. trump has been re elected the forty fifth president of the United States of America that's what matters now this show the circus the the the total that thousand everything that they're doing that's hurting the country we get to we get to have the final say so anyway here's the some of the highlights from this week's in our audio roundup on a Friday your calls coming up right out of this you testified in your prior testimony that you have not had any contact with the president I'd states that correct that's correct miss Taylor Mr can't have you had any contact with president states I have not so not only no conversation with the president takes about Ukraine you've not had any contact with the president I'd states correct that's correct so you both know that this impeachment inquiry is about the president states don't you I mean the man that neither one of you had any contact with your the first up witnesses I I I just final amazing that that that the first stop would be to people who have never had any contact with the president himself no Kurt Volker did have contact with the president and conduct a present on Ukraine Mister ambassador dot Taylor you said that he's a man of the highest integrity why no court order and I know you know he served as the NATO ambassador he serves as the director of McCain institute he's the highest professional ethics were most knowledgeable people about Europe is absolute truth for men miss can't would you agree with ambassador Taylor that he is of the highest integrity I believe Kurt Volker has served the U. us as a public servant very well do either of you have any evidence that Mister Volcker committed perjury or lied to this committee in his system in his testimony to this committee do either of you have any evidence that Kurt Volker perjured herms himself or lied to this committee in his testimony investor Taylor any evidence of Mister I've new evidence scant I believe master workers deposition was over four hundred pages and I don't have it in front of me so I can't you have no evidence that he lied or perjury I have no basis to make that judgment we're not in a court gentleman then if we were the sixth amendment would apply and so would rules on here say an opinion and most of your two testimonies would not be admissible whatsoever but I understand in your profession you deal in words of understanding words of beliefs and feelings because in your profession that's what you work with to try to pull together policy and to go in and out of meetings to try to formulate opinions that that affect other people's decision making a master tailor have you ever prepared for a meeting with the president or prime minister of a country or you were told one thing before you went into the meeting as to what was to be about the meeting be about another thing or you get in there and the beliefs or opinions of the president the prime minister or other than you believed Mr you're asking if I ever learn something new and I read any religion it with the belief that you thought about the country that the you were serving in and find out that they were wrong I learn something in every meeting Mister Turner but I you know and I said you know the reason why the the six of them it does allow hearsay is because it's unreliable some reliable because frequently it's on truthful it is not factual it might be believes or understandings about Sir you testified about a number of things that you heard isn't it true possible the things you heard were not true that some of the beliefs and understandings that you had or not accurate than in fact you're mistaken about some of the things that you testified today and a factual basis versus a professional assessment Mr I am here to tell you what I know I'm not going to tell you that anything I don't know I'm gonna tell you everything that I do know but since I learned after another exactly that's exactly right view because wrong right but since you learn it from others you could be wrong correct I am telling you what I heard them tell me and they could be wrong or they could be mistaken or they could have hardened correctly right investor Taylor people make mistakes right so you could be wrong.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To you we are newsradio ten eighty KRLD tonight at halftime of the Southlake Carroll northwest eaten football game at dragon stadium Carol senior high will be presented with a big honor by officials from the university interscholastic league principal Sean do Hondas on the KRLD news line Mister do Han congradulations on the big achievement yes Sir well actually you know it is a very big honor you know this is the presentation of the U. I. alone stark up into you know that that obviously represents all our students in all organizations across the U. I. L. that that represent our campus in our school district in in the competition and so being the seventh time that we've been awarded this you know there were taking kind of Sears and we want to represent and congratulate and recognize I mean recognize ins and and celebrate these kids in in that in that presentation and so you I. L. is coming down today during the halftime of our game tonight at dragon stadium to present us with the trophy and we're going to have every kid on the field that score points for us in that Lone Star Cup competition from last last year and for those who are not familiar this includes athletics and academics it is everything you Y. L. that that is absolutely correct yes Sir it's everything that our students compete at the U. I. L. level from as you mention active at that let X. they academics that's the eight that's you know choir it is the U. I. L. competent academic competition and just you know what along with all the sports so it it encompasses the entire U. I. L. body of competition when you look at all the outstanding six say high schools it's not not only in North Texas but but this is a state wide award correct yes Sir it is it is you I'll does recognize it as a state of war that is correct and to to be at the highest level at the six day and in doing that it shows a tremendous I think a tremendous effort and and dedication on our kids and what they do at Southlake Carroll principal Sean do hot incidentally several other North Texas schools also won the Lone Star cop in their respective classes Highland Park the five a recipient Argyle honored for eight and Barack receive the Lone Star Cup in class three a it is the first time for schools from North Texas have received it the same year J. on all the news top two fifty four day for your money but expectedly strong hiring in October is giving Wall Street a big lift today the Dow was up two hundred.

Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

BrainStuff

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

"To brainstorm a production of iheartmedia in brain stuff. Lauren Bobin here those it look as if Jack. The ripper went dog day afternoon on your couch. Does it seem Edward. SCISSORHANDS continually carves abstract figures into your door jams. If you answer yes to these questions chances. Are you have a cat. Cats are notorious for scratching some scratch furniture. Some picket carpets a few slice human flesh. They used chair legs scratching posts and have been known to shred drapes and tablecloths into rags caps scratch. That's what they do. The American Veterinary Medical Association the Avian A says that this is both perfectly normal but conversely that up to half of people's complaints about feline behavior regards destructive scratching cats don't do it for malevolent reasons but mainly to mark their territory sharpen their nails stretch their tiny cat muscles or remove dead husks from their claws. All of this is natural and instinctive but because such activities can have unwanted consequences many cat owners resort to declawing they're felines but what exactly does this process entail and why is it controversial in July of two thousand nineteen. New York became the first state to outlaw cat declawing a pet owners who declaw their cats for anything other than medically necessary therapeutic purposes like in the case of feline cancer can face a stiff thousand dollar caller fine. Let's because declawing isn't a benign practice. The most common procedures involve a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe with ablade or laser. It's the equivalent of cutting off each of a human's fingers at the last knuckle other procedures involve severing the Tendon in each toe that controls the toes claw that option allows the clock to remain. The cat. Just won't be able to use it. The cloud will continue to grow though meaning the owner will likely have to trim the cat's nails else any kind of surgery like this done to a creature with a central nervous system is of course going to be painful but how painful pain in animals is tricky to measure. They can't talk us through it and we know that in humans when we experienced pain it's not just that we've taken damage and it hurts hurts but further damage and hurt is upsetting. We can't know whether animals have a similar response but there are some cues we can take from animals to Suss. Suss it out the NBA says clinical signs of pain following declining include a guarding posture reluctance to bear weight on the declawed limbs and reluctance is to move after reviewing one study. The Avia may says that sixty one of one hundred and sixty three cats exhibited signs of pain for between one to forty two days after decline clawing and twenty six percent of cats went lame for between one and fifty four days a longer surgery times and use of scalpels versus other instruments increased risk for lameness Innis after surgery with the passage of the measure in New York the Empire State joined several US cities including Los Angeles and Denver in banning decline fine while similar bills are being considered elsewhere kitty block president of the Humane Society of the United States hopes more communities will make declawing illegal in an e mail block said that the procedure is an unnecessary convenience surgery quote complications from declawing include an increase in biting and litterbox avoidance which often results in the cat being surrendered to an animal shelter block says the humane society is partnering with the PA project and veterinarians is to educate lawmakers around the country about the issue in hopes of expanding the ban so if de-clawing is so painful for cats why do people we'll check this option. The reasons vary some do it because they love their furniture. A declawing may protect cat owners especially those with compromised immune systems who could experience life threatening complications from cat scratches but let's be real instances of cats. Killing people through infection are rare. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year twelve thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with cat scratch fever resulting in five hundred hospitalizations for most people though the disease is is mild with low grade fever fatigue and headaches and there are ways to change a cat scratching behavior here are few from our friends at pet. MD You can invest scratching post or several and place them strategically around the house. When your cat starts to scratch don't Yeller scold just pick her up up and put her near the post. Try Sprinkling CATNIP on your cat scratching post to make it more inviting. You can also take a toy to the post or by scratching post with one when the cat swipes at it. She might scratch the post and realize it's pretty great. Cover your cats favorite scratching sites with double sided sticky tape to deter future scratching coaching or try spraying furniture with herbal sprays that cats will avoid finally you can always trim your cat's nails to a blunt edge or if your cat is a fan of nail trims consider buying classic colored caps to place over the clause not only save your furniture but your cat will be pretty styling.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And are broadcast to the annex wealth management studios annex wealth management no eleven thirty W. Y. as late afternoon show star requires a little bit of explanation United States Supreme Court is allowing president trump to move forward to transferring funds to the department of defense for construction of the border wall there are a lot of different cases pertaining to the border this was the case in which the president wanted to use funds that were allocated to the military which is what the department of defense is claiming that this is a national security issue what money is allocated to one of the branches of government the president generally has discretion about the specific use of the body a federal district judge in California however blocked the president issuing a junction stopping you from using the body environmental groups a claim that they would be and I are bare metal impacting the construction others argued that it was an improper use of the funding what was in place isn't in junction what's an injunction any junction is in order that says you can't do something well the full case is still being heard in other words trump never lost the original case there was merely an injunction in place stopping him well the lawsuit was in the federal courts from going forward with the wall the United States Supreme Court was asked to do today was lift the injunction again it's not a final resolution of the case the five conservative judges today sad the injunction must be lifted the for liberal sad that they felt the injunction should still stay in place while the case continues to be heard so what it means is that the lawsuit challenging president trump's use of this continues however in the interim he can spend the money it's a significant victory for the president ad another example of the liberal over reach that occurs at the judicial judicial level president trump is the president of the United States and the president the United States has broad discretion on how to use military spending money defense department spending body in this instance would you agree with states of the states of the emergency whether or not you agree that this is a national security issue or not that's the purview of the president this is a different argument and whether or not it's a good idea to do it the question is whether or not the president has the right to spend money allocated to an agency under his control and the courts get get it right again I will stress to you that the final decision on a major public policy issue in the United States was made by the courts by the Supreme Court again why so many of us focus in focus and focus on the importance of controlling not only the lower courts but especially the United States Supreme Court five fifty four days talk eleven thirty W. I. S. A. it's time for rapid traffic.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"So far, all those movies would be ahead of it. Right. That's real money. That's dollars. Yeah. Problem. It's still I mean still two weeks over to Bill. These are some fun facts center. Nineteen million just in America, the top five movies the quickest to get to two billion dollars. Right. Titanic was number five at five thousand two hundred thirty three days. I mean, that's what teen years whatever something like that took him for a long long time. Wow. Over two billion. Now the force awakens fifty four days to get over two billion while in Finnity war, forty eight days to get over two billion avatar forty seven days to get over two billion and gave eleven days. That is amazing especially for three hour movie theaters in. Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh. It's everywhere. And you know, you joke that I bought my ticket so far in advance. And I'm gonna go see it at Labor Day. Right. I wouldn't be surprised if it's in the theaters all summer. Seriously. It probably will be enough people that are want to escape to admire conditioning. See it again, they missed something. Oh, yeah. I bet it's gonna be in there for a while. And then and then the sales after a DVD sales forget it and don't spoil for three billion because I haven't I'm not gonna get to see it until well, the one the one guy dies guy as a movies rocket, man. We talked about a couple of weeks ago it ever coming out to John movie. I think this is bad news. I don't think this is this is not good news. They're talking about going to we're supposed to come out may thirty first, and it is going to be worldwide release on may thirty first, but they're going to let it come out a couple of weeks early in a few hundred theatres why just to see? Well, you know, they want to get it out. They want people. They've partnered with fan day goes John movie. Right. Yeah. I think that's like they think it's not going to be that good. So we're going to get out earlier to release it early. It's not even a real story. Correct. Well, it is the. Real. Really? Elton Elton's walked that back a little because I think he had to when he said that it wasn't you know, when they talked about it, not being the real biography. He's walked that back saying that it's you know, it's based a lot of the stuff is, you know, the highs and the lows and everything has happened is true. But I think a, you know, the a lot of senators parts of it might have been Elton saying, I think I like it that way same with the Freddie Mercury and bohemian wraps yet. There was a lot that wasn't real in that. Right. And that came out and people thought it wasn't though. I mean, right. It's Melton had to should kept his mouth shut really probably probably would have been the smart thing to do. Just right. Let people realize it unlike bohemian rhapsody, this guy this what's his name Edgerton or something. Yeah. He sings all the songs. Yeah. They didn't use Elton in this. So it'll be interesting. Works. It will be maybe that's Elton John's voice is pretty distinctive. And it could be disconcerting to hear somebody else..

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"fifty four days" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Remember when back to school graduates podcast. We've got the legend in the house. Good to see it. Great to see how you doing man and good. I'm doing great of do a great good, man. Now for those that don't know about you. You just finished an incredible journey in Artika crossing sixty fifty five days, right? Yeah. Fifty four days fifty four days in an unaided journey dragging three hundred pound sled or something crazy or no one was able to touch you or support you in the process of crossing this part of Antarctica? And it was fifty four days you had like a sixty day plan. She sprinted the last like days. Yeah. And it was incredible watches journey. You've been all over the news lately. And you were kind of racing against another guy who was doing the same thing. And what an incredible journeyman congrats on completing cue. Thank you. Yeah. It was it was. Wild ride to say, the least you know is not a few other world records to my name previous to that in the mountains. But this is a world. I, you know, this is something that no one in history and ever accomplished and going back one hundred years people have tried Ernest Shackleton one hundred years ago, it was kind of one of my heroes. One of the early pioneering explorers said like man should cross the continent of Antarctica. And it's been done now in teams of people as well, as you know, using winded kites dogs, but it has never still been done in its pure form. Which is solo completely alone. Unsupported so no resupplies a food or few drop offs and unaided, meaning no kites no dogs. No vehicle is just this is like a man versus nature Mano Mano out there. And so it was it was a beautiful challenge to take on as I'm really just fascinated as myself is just tapping into the potential that I think we all have inside of us and then locking that. So this curiosity inside me as an athlete led me to want to go after this. And I didn't know if it was possible, I literally named my project as I said off the impossible. I. Yeah. Amazing right now in honor goes, huge, right? Yeah. Pretty big big is it. So people know gosh, I think I'm gonna. I wish I should know the answer to this. The it's massive the traverse that I was making. So it was basically from one side of the ocean via the south pole to the other side was just under a thousand miles. So I was yeah. Pulling.

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American becomes first person to cross Antarctica alone, unaided

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

American becomes first person to cross Antarctica alone, unaided

"Has become the first person to cross Antarctica alone, without any assistance, Colin o'brady of Portland finished the nine hundred thirty two mile track in fifty four days lugging supplies on a sled as he skied in bone-chilling temperatures. He documented the entire journey on his Instagram page and says it came to an end after he covered the last seventy seven miles in one big push. Sam Litzinger, CBS news.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"I didn't say ninety nine zero to six when we're at Marquette, oh, we were able to trim time to. I close from new hires from eight to fifty four days. Think about the increased productivity that you get from that. That's pretty big. Yeah. And the third piece is we help to to either build establish and or up level and existing sales enablement function. Everyone on the team comes from twenty plus years of cells. Ableman also bag carrying. So we have interviewed once or twice. We provide a job descriptions. We've helped build out orchestra ruptures, and the final and most important piece of my mind is the execution. And what I mean in there is building out a long-term cells enablement continuing education strategy that encompasses everything from accreditations to tools, advisory to soft skills to leadership and executive coaching. So from sales enablement all the way through sales effectiveness. And let's say you just have one sales enablement person. How would they be compensated with on KPI's? Would it beyond Kwando or no? No, it's purely based upon KPI's. And this is one of those that you don't if you don't hunt his, I look at it. It's KPI that agreed upon between the sales able resource and the leader of sales, whether that be if he or a c. level person. And there are specific things to focus on things like time to first quota, the amount of headcount, actually cheating, quote, and how quickly that's happening. How are we impacting improving rep productivity? How are we focused on upsell cross sell? What are we looking at as far as the tach -ment rates when it comes to alliances in partners that's up street. Now, further downstream at the level, it's purely about activity calls, outreach. Imke walls as Cules, etc. How that's being passed for upstream to the eat. So it's all all about metrics, because if you don't have an ROI, then you have no reason for existence. And I firmly believe that sales is the sun. So the further you get away from the sun, the colder, it gets. And the way to validate that and stay close to the sun is give them the metrics that matter to them that are doing one of two things either helping to decrease that speed to revenue or be in recent productivity. And so it must be critical to have the Mojo between the enablement person and whoever runs sales, whether it be or VPN sales, you are their right hand. Are there sounding board? Sometimes you're their therapist really. Really how things go. Absolutely. You have to be not only hip to hip. You have to be in lockstep with your sales, but at the same time, it's not just about sales. Right? I believe that there should be able to counsel that includes the sales leaders, the folks from marketing, the folks from engineering, the folks from product marketing from product management from the SEA organization in from your partners in alliance organization, because now you got the entire selling process in buyer journey coming together in a room and you're all aligning. That's that orchestration piece that I was talking about earlier. Now you're also probably like the conduit of fixing things that aren't working optimally, you know, like gum too much technology technology, not integrated compensation plan isn't accurate. Territory distribution is in fair. Do you get involved in those things? Yes. Ableman some big job. And that's why say it's no longer about training. It's all of these components that you're outlining now. I was just with a client recently. They had just redone their corporate pitch. I sat in on that meeting with them when they release the corporate pitch to the leadership team, and the feedback was so folks don't think like that weight that colors will way too bright. You've talked about yourself way too much on the front end. Where's the focus on the buyer journey? At what point does this transition? How do we tie the back of the house of CSM's into this? And they looked at me and said, oh, we thought you were here to build training, and I said, no, no, no, you train animals. You enable people. We are in the people business. That's it. And how about as far as sales operations, how how tightly coupled with them because I think that would be pretty critical..

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"fifty four days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For the first time in eight hundred and fifty four days Ariya, David Wright, hit on the ground left side hander semi third baseman throws lotta I that riders out one man away. And it took a really nice way by Brian Anderson or else David Wright would have had a pace how he rose seventeen W R sidelined by neck back and shoulder injuries. Since may of two thousand sixteen right came up as a pinch hitter against the Marlins took a cut in his first pitchy saw grounded out the third. He's scheduled to start later on tonight against those fish in his farewell game before a sellout crowd at city field. Unable to overcome all the injuries. He said he expects this weekend to Mark his final appearance in the big leagues. His right post game is amazing. Really was amazing in a way, and I told plot this after man, I think I needed another inning. So I was like I'm of glad you got out. You know, they hate to be a bad teammate right there. But that first time on deck was something special. I really felt butterflies. I'd never felt before. I think I was pretty close to throwing up on deck. I know I dropped my bat, and I've never just let that flier to walk a couple of steps and take the back back up at the the fan support. I mean was it really was overwhelming. I coming out of the dugout and just hearing the fans and everything, and it was something that certainly I'll always remember what were you thinking in that happening in between. You said you needed it? What was that like kind of pacing back and forth in the dugout waiting for me? It was just it was nice to get out there and kind of feel what it was gonna be like, and then have at least a little something to build on for the next time that I was out there. So I mean, everything felt so just new and. And I've played in a lot of opening days, and I've played in some playoff games some World Series games. And I had never felt the. You know, the type of nervousness that I that I felt tonight and he'll get that start later on tonight at city field. You're listening to sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio Andy ESPN app. I'm Jim bask. Well, how about this from the NFL the home of Rams wide receiver Robert woods burglarized? During Thursday's home win. Property was stolen suspects remain at large. Again, he was playing a game. While this happened. Antonio Brown says he's focused on the Steelers winning adding quote, I can't throw it to myself, unquote stress. He can't control the ball when it comes his way. He's more worried about the one one and one Steelers winning then his stats. Here's A B years. Throat.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But you know, what the people of your pretty common common people of this country. Really smart. They see through nonsense. They see through the fifty six days if they want this to continue on better, go out and vote by voting for Republicans. You're helping him succeed at the mission for you elected in two thousand sixteen right? And if you don't you're effectively voting against him. All right. That was Dr Eric Trump on Hannity two nights ago when now fifty four days before the most important midterm election ever. Now, if success mattered if economic success mattered as much as Obama can't stand that well, his academy resulted in let's see the worst recovery since the forties. The lowest home, homeownership and fifty one years. The lowest labor participation rates since the seventies. Thirteen million more Americans on food stamps eight billion more in poverty, taking on more debt than every other president before him combined and the only president never to meet three percent GDP growth in any single year of his presidency. Although those were the Obama years that's the Obama track record and numbers speak for themselves. No wonder why he wants to say, no, no, no, I wanna take credit for for Trump's years. But he blamed Bush for the economy he inherited for eight long years. And then you look where we are. Now, we have consumer confidence now. At a record high. We have the labor participation rate the highest it's been in decades, we have more jobs available than people applying for unemployment insurance. We have four million fewer people on food stamps. We have four million new jobs created we have the biggest gain in manufacturing jobs than we've seen in thirty years in the country jobs that Obama told us when never coming back. We had great news that came in yesterday. The median household income is now reached the highest sixty one thousand three hundred seventy two dollars making that Mark in reaching that number that means that is the first time the middle class in this country is finally earned more than they did in real dollars since nineteen ninety nine middle class. Household income has steadily been rising. So all of the mantra that goes, well, these are tax cuts for the rich. That's not working president gave his tax cuts promise made promise kept the president got rid of burdensome regulation, promise made. Promise kept the president opened a door with pipelines Anwar and deregulation. America can now get on a path towards energy independence. The wall is being built three. Plus billion dollars has already been funded. We need the other twenty-five the president kept his promise in Iran. He kept his promise with North Korea kept his promise with Israel, pretty good track record for less than two years work. But the polls show at this moment of time if the election were held today, not in fifty four days, the probably the Democrats have a pretty good chance of getting back the house here to analyze what we do going forward, and what's going to happen. John mclaughlin. He is the founder of McLaughlin and associates, Doug Schoen. He's a pollster author and Fox News political analyst, welcome both of you back. Thanks so much on. I think back news on the program yesterday cited actually polling. You had any said by the end of September Republicans should come up with five specific items signed their name to a contract like agreement and tell the American people are going. To stay with conservative justices originalist that they're going to build the wall and keep the country safe that they're gonna make the tax cuts, permanent move towards energy independence, create millions of jobs. It's also good for national security. And I think that's a good idea. Absolutely. Because in that poll made among all voters, and it's up online. We have it on our website McLaughlin, online dot com. And the August national poll results fifty percent of all voters were more likely to vote for Republican who is running on Donald Trump's contract to make America great again, which include those types of issues now. And and it was the majority of the independent was really totally totally studying in strong that the issues are what reelect people, and there's definitely a disconnect between what the Republicans thinking, Washington and the people outside the beltway. But for example, forty five thirty one they're more likely to vote for a Republican who would support Trump's contract to make America. Great again. So. Those kinds of issues would get these people reelected. But they have to do a one other important thing right now, this is really really important all those issues you mentioned right now a hurricane is barreling down at the Carolinas and ever since Katrina hurricane has been a presidential responsibilities a severe hurricane. You think about it? When sandy hit the week before the twenty twelve election Obama with losing before the hurricane and then his efforts to stabilize the northeast and New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, etc. And he went ahead after the hurricane. He got back ahead of it it it reelected him. It was an act of God the media the Trump during media is already attacking the president saying he didn't handle Puerto Rico. Well, well there in Texas there knowing Florida, and then organised severity the Puerto Rican tragedy. But but I'll tell you what they're already in Trump arrange mode trying to attack the president. If he's cleared at schedule. Now, they're saying he's a saying is complicit now I checked in. I made some calls over the people, I know in the White House, and they told me they're all over it. I talked to secretary Nielsen I talked to and she just got off the phone with the FEMA director. They have pre positioned food water medicine supplies, blankets, cots baby formula. Got it all ready to go. Right. And by the way, you can't help. I mean, this is a this is an act of God. This is a well, I'm not blaming God. But this is an attacking God on my show. That's really. Right. Right. I'm going to. Say you're going straight to hell I agree with that. But I'll tell you what the, but really voters in the American the whole country's got their eyes on this right now, and they want to see the country United to help our friends at and and people that we know in North Carolina other Americans to make sure they get through this tragic event that about the hit. So so really in the very short term. We have to make sure that whatever happens is, you know, we do our best to help them there and the recovery as you know, maximum effort to try to help the Carolinas recover after the storm hits. But I'll tell you that in the short term. That's what Ben it's all policy and substance, just as you're mentioning this president is ready to put the full federal government into the Carolinas to make sure that the damage is minimized. Plus, the recovery is is is helpful because that's really what counts right now. What is your take Doug show, what this election that is in large measure a referendum in part about Donald Trump? But largely about a Republican congress that has gotten one substandard measure passed, and I know Sean as a supporter of individual tax cuts across the board given that these tax cuts are not evenly distributed and people on both coasts because of the elimination of the state and local tax deduction in large measure are moving against the Republican. So I would say with all due respect. Right. I'm one of her. I got hurt by that tax Bill. Ordinary voters who have not had the personal and professional success. You have been hurt too. Don't you know, what that's just the opposite. All the talking point of the left was that everything is a tax cut for the rich. But if you come from a state, like New York or California, and you pay high state income taxes, which we do that is no longer deductible that is that is a function then of liberal state government taxing way, more than they should which is why they're losing population in droves. But putting it aside, you know, if you look at these numbers about median household income in the country now has gone up for the first time since in real dollars since nineteen ninety nine that's because the president focused his tax cuts on the poor and middle class, and they're getting huge benefits from it. Which to me makes me happy. I want the forgotten men and women of this country to get their piece of the dream. But I think you would agree with me, Sean that the message of the benefits of the tax cuts has not been fully articulated in a compelling way. The Republicans by the Republic of the president. Does it when he's on the stump? There's no doubt about it in his rallies. But the Republican party. Sean. You can't I agree. That's why Neutra you got to nationalize the elections. Now. Your party has trouble too, though. You know, Nancy Pelosi Maxine Waters running out there saying things like they want to impeach the president Cortes. Yeah. Even Jimmy Carter said that the parties making a big mistake going hard left. They like they are. You know, that I'm a man with increasingly less of a party because I'm scrolling national defense pro tax cuts pro energy independent, but I happen to be a democrat, Sean. It's been a life's mission. For fifteen years. Within the next fifteen. But I do think there's an opportunity here. Yeah. I wouldn't nationalize based on the economy making tax cuts permanent making energy independence of a four year goal. The country creating millions of jobs border security is at the top of the list. If you look at the numbers Americans want their borders secure, and I think if every Republican were sign on to sign onto that I think they'd win pretty easily. And that's what John poll says, he absolutely. And I I wanna I wanna United from one thing is like because you know. Sean during the campaign. I was providing the president now president how how important was to have his tax cuts at the front of his agenda and during the battle. I was sending them number said that this was popular we're the only ones in the country framing it as President Trump's tax cut, and the majority of Americans support it, and it wasn't because what they were gonna put in their pockets. It was because of the pro-gross sentiment either the country is now on majority Ronald Reagan supply-side pro-growth mentality. And what's working is? They see that the jobs are being created. They see their jobs and secure. They see businesses opening again, they see they tell in focus groups they've seen help wanted signs that they've never seen in a decade. And so so it's the pro growth part, but I tell you one thing what what took a home run and turned it into a mere base hit was the idea that they eliminated the state and local property taxes. And I like you that deduction I like you live in New York. It's a much poorer suburbs where I live. But I'll tell you what if the Republicans make the statement, the leadership in congress, if they say, you know, what we said it was going to grow the economy. It is growing the economy. We're going to restore some of that property taxes and state local property tax deductibility and either either put it back totally or raise the cap, you will help save twenty to twenty five Republican seats in the looting on right? The majority acted self-inflicted. Didn't they agree with both the right? We'll we'll take a break. How to roll that out? And what will the Democrats do if in fact that happens?.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on KTOK

"Was a box office hit and garnered six Academy Award nominations, including best picture best director and best actress and this week in nineteen Ninety-three, the rebuilt Lacey v Merle bridge over lake Washington opens in Seattle the new bridge, which was actually the eastbound lanes of interstate ninety connects the city, and it's eastern suburbs. Every place the original. Murrow bridge the first floating concrete bridge in the world, which was destroyed by a flood in November of nineteen ninety when the bridge finally reopened a close. One of the last remaining gaps in the interstate highway system a person could drive from Boston to Seattle without ever leaving I ninety that's your look back at this week in history. Time is the one thing that we want more of the donors. I wouldn't have my auntie take care of our housing. The food in addition to the best medical treatment that Madonna could have. So it allows me to focus on my daughter and getting her better. Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital finding cures saving children. Learn more. One thousand. With our pollsters. Fifty four days to election day, Doug Schoen, and John McLaughlin, we had a rare moment of agreement. What are you afraid that the Republicans will do Doug in the next fifty four days that would win the election for them? They'll have a pro growth inclusive agenda like you and John have been articulating like John's poll shows that they'll move to a message that is not just the president. But is the congressional leadership on down to the house candidates that talks about the progress, and how to continue it, we Democrats hoped that the message remains incoherent divided polarized, etc. Etc. And if that happens with our allies in the media, we could win the house if not a few sentencing, I love how honest job with our allies in the media, which is pretty much everybody. But hannity. Yeah. We'll do really. Well. I want you to be honest. Sean, don't, you know, you're honest. They, of course, the media slants left. It's not even a it's a joke at this point for anyone to think, otherwise, John Paul. I think I think Doug's exactly right. And on the other hand if the Republicans word of old to make the tax cuts permanent, and they were to raise the cap on the deductability for state local taxes, the Democrats on the other side, all the Democrats that are promised to repeal the Trump tax cut what they promised to do cut the child tax credit in here from two thousand to one thousand cut your personal standard deduction from two thousand to one thousand raise the tax rates on ninety percent of all Americans a federal income tax rates. That's a great contrast for the Republicans because not gonna wreck the economy again, but they're going to raise your taxes and personally hurt you. I wanna thank you both for being with us fifty four days to go. We'll be checking in often John McLaughlin, Doug Schoen, the most important midterm in our lifetime. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We go back to North Carolina and hurricane Florence about. About two pound the Carolina coast, and we'll see how prepared everybody is looks like things are looking looking safe. It looks like most people are listening and most people have left the area. And let's hope and pray. That's true. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back. We'll continue Hannity at nine tonight on the Fox News channel. We'll have the latest news and the latest on the hurricane. They call this year's Oklahoma state fair. Let's think about this old fashioned food new rides. Do. With. Don't miss the Twenty-eight thousand Oklahoma state fair September thirteenth through the twenty third. There's all the fun..

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"fifty four days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The thing is up with our pollsters. Fifty four days to election day, Doug Schoen, and John McLaughlin, we had a rare moment of agreement. What are you afraid that the Republicans will do dug in the next fifty four days that would win the election for them? That they'll have a pro growth inclusive agenda like you and John have been articulating like John's poll shows that they'll move to a message that is not just the president. But his congressional leadership on down to the house candidates that talks about the progress, and how to continue it, we Democrats hope that the message remains incoherent divided polarize, etc. Etc. And if that happens with our allies in the media, we could win the house if not a few sentece, I love how honest job with our allies in the media, which is pretty much everybody. But hannity. Yeah. We'll do really. Well. I want them to be honest. Sean, don't, you know, you're honest. They, of course, the media slants left. It's not even a it's a joke at this point for anyone to think, otherwise, John Paul. I think I think that's exactly right. And on the other hand if the Republicans word of vote to make tax cuts permanent, and they were to raise the cap on the deductability for state local taxes, the Democrats on the other side, all the Democrats that are promised to repeal the Trump tax cut what they promised to do cut the child tax credit here from two thousand to one thousand cut your personal standard deduction from two thousand to one thousand raise the tax rates on ninety percent of all Americans are federal income tax rates. That's a great contrast for the Republicans because not got a wreck the economy again, but they're going to raise your taxes and personally hurt you. All right. I wanna thank you both for being with us. Fifty four days.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Up with our pollsters. Fifty four days till election day, Doug, Schoen, and John McLaughlin. We had a rare moment of agreement. What are you afraid that the Republicans will do Doug in the next fifty four days that would win the election for them that they'll have a pro growth inclusive agenda like you and John have been articulating like John's poll shows that they'll move to a message that is not just the president. But his congressional leadership on down to their house candidates that talks about the progress, and how to continue it, we Democrats hope that the message remains incoherent divided polarized, etc. Etc. And if that happens with our allies in the media, we could win the house if not a few sentece, I love how honest with our allies in the media, which is pretty much everybody. But hannity. Yeah. We'll do really. Well. I want to be honest. Sean, don't, you know, you're honest. They, of course, the media slants left. It's not even a joke. It's a joke at this point for anyone to think, otherwise, John Paul. I think I think that's exactly right. And on the other hand, if the Republicans were to vote to make tax cuts permanent, and they were to raise the cap on the deductability for state local taxes, the Democrats on the other side, all the Democrats that are promised to repeal the Trump tax cut what they promised to do cut the child tax credit in here from two thousand to one thousand cut your personal standard deduction from two thousand to one thousand raise the tax rates on ninety percent of all Americans a federal income tax rates contrast for the Republicans because not gonna wreck the economy again, but they're going to raise your taxes and personally hurt you wanna thank you both for being with us. Fifty.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Fifty four day festivities games and deals along the Delaware, river KYW Sarah day Howard with the story Loudly out on what the second. Annual waterfront day was held along the Delaware river Sunday to highlight all the. Waterfront has to offer, this organizer therapist so, we had a ton of venture that actually participated down in Spurs street we had Garces participate, which is really exciting Franklin Fallon in which everyone always love and kicking off the, day on the spirit of Philadelphia a lunch cruise dockside beer garden. Into the evening for a dinner cruise leeann Lindsay and her friends were enjoying one another's company and. The complementary cuisine, we're, down here having a good time and especially the free food is buried in Philadelphia and friend, Delilah Hightower says meantime. My mom and. I need the time breakout charity Howard KYW NewsRadio news time five fifty five. The KYW business report here's Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg most recent data indicate the nation's workers can celebrate a healthy job market this Labor Day job Creation has been robust and the unemployment rate remains low worker shortages can be good for job security but troubling for firms with positions to fill Abby Joseph Cohen. Of Goldman Sachs there are not that many additional workers who may come into. The market I do, hope the participation rate, increases many economists have expressed concerns about anemic wage gains but drew Mattis of MetLife says it's, demographics that are helping to keep payrolls and check highly paid baby boomers are shifting, out of the economy and lower paid kids who just graduated from. College are moving into labor force and Mark Vitner of Wells Fargo securities says one aspect of the. Job market portends, good, things for the entire economy job gains are incredibly broad based job gains have been broadening it, has signalled at trouble..

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"fifty four days" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on WLOB

"They also don't say commercial spaceflight so it makes it sound as though the first base flight would be a test space flight because all they've been doing the far are various test where roughly two months ago they had the first successful supersonic flight of the visa unity and then sometime basically last week or note of may twenty ninth is when they did that second test which was fifty four days after the first test continuing on here again richard branson made a statement in a news release saying it was great to see our beautiful spaceship back in the air enter share the moment with the talented team who are taking a step by step to space continuing on the vehicle flew this last time with a complete set of six passenger seats and the related equipment needed to carry passengers this changed the center of gravity of the spaceship as compared to the prior flights making it closer to where would be for actual passengercarrying flights branson said the pathway that unity is forging is one that many thousands of us will take over time and will help share a perspective that is crucial to solving some of humanity's toughest challenges on planet earth getting away from government hopefully that would be mine that's that's why i like the idea of spaceflight i really do like the idea of leaving some of these ideas behind i liked the idea that maybe just maybe if we go on to colonize the moon or we call an is mars or we just head off into the stars that the ideas of liberty are going to go along with this what are your thoughts on as guardia i don't know what that is daryl it's a an attempt if you will to create a space nation space station of some sort and as guardians would be able to move onto the space station i think.

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"fifty four days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifty four days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"I always joke that i'm the worst person to watch anything that vol's washington because i'm always correcting little even slight things what's remarkable to me about the west wing is how much they get really accurately and then how much is very different three sample in the west wing where cj is were joshes that's not particularly accurate part of what the west wing looks like but the oval the cabinet room those are very accurate the air force one with one exception which is where the press sits is a really accurate depiction of what the plane looks like have you ever been on us where they've reconstructed for someone like that i never have haven't seen it i was so curious about how much you know has to be changed practically for just the filming we're like the dramatic effect you know you need to have the press that close to the president so the walk back and forth isn't his long well it's not so much how far away the press is from the president the press sections actually a lot smaller than its depicted on the west wing it not is open luxuriance i suspect that makes it harder to film but the other sort of tight compartments in the hallways are pretty accurately scaled how credible do find the plotline of this mid air crisis and how it's handled on this episode it's hard for me to tell how it would have been handled by the press secretary in terms of dealing with the press these are really old aircraft but there probably the best maintain seven forty sevens in the world the air force does a remarkable job obviously it's such an important mission knows that plane really well because it's been in the story so long but if there's any type of issue like that and planes have those issues there are lots of different factors that are come into play to make sure the planes safe is what donna says accurate one hundred and fifty four days plans completely taken apart and put back together again i don't know that it's i think it's one hundred fifty four days but like i said one of the two planes is always in rehaul and it's a pretty extensive process that the force puts it through obviously a very important mission for those planes you know we talk about how old that plane is.

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