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Far fewer California seniors are getting vaccinated in rural counties than urban areas
"Has only vaccinated about half of it senior population against covid nineteen. That's according to the latest data from the cdc. The sixty five and older group was deemed the most vulnerable to death and serious illness. During the pandemic but overall only around fifty six percent of california seniors have received the full course of a covid nineteen vaccine there are also discrepancies between urban and rural counties. In the more rural conservative shasta county just thirty six percent of seniors are fully vaccinated that compares with other counties like merrin just of san francisco where seventy one percent of seniors are fully vaccinated
Texas Republicans target Houston with raft of bills seeking voting restrictions
"Houston area. Democrats are blasting voting bills. That are now making their way through. The republican led state senate government reporter. Andrew stoddart says those legislative measures or being condemned by houston's mayor who says bills or discriminatory against people of color senate. Bill seven and house bill. Six would ban twenty four hour voting and drive thru voting as well as remove restrictions on partisan poll-watchers mayor sylvester turner said. Those changes and others amounted to what he called. Jim crow two point. Oh the texas rights project. And i want to thank the representatives for being here today. Stacey extended voting hours at harris county but mostly used by people of color fifty six percent of voters who cast ballots late night. Hours were black hispanic or asian. In addition black voters and other voters of color were more likely to be victims of poll-watcher intimidation harris county. Commissioner rodney ellis echoed. Turner calling the bills a modern day poll tax. He called on business leaders to pressure republican lawmakers to block the bills. Lieutenant governor dan. Patrick previously blasted such pressure from companies including american airlines and dell.
Not rusty: Oregon soars past Iowa 95-80 into Sweet 16
"Chris do Artes scored twenty three points and seven seed Oregon showed no signs of rust after a long layoff beating number two seed Iowa ninety five eighty LJ Figueroa hit five threes while scoring twenty one points for the ducks who advanced to the second round win their game with VCU was canceled due to covet nineteen concerns will Richardson added nineteen points for an organ attacked and shot fifty six percent and hit eleven three pointers hawk eye center Luka Garza delivered thirty six points and nine rebounds in his final college game I'm Dave Ferrie
Online platform Roblox plans to introduce 'safe' voice chat to talk with friends
"Video game news lately. Bread let's start with roadblocks which just announced an important feature coming soon a during the company's most recent investor all roadblocks vice president of engineering adam miller revealed they planning to launch a quote. Safe voice chat. So why is it a big deal that safe robotics has emerged as a popular online destination particularly for kids according to robots about fifty six percent of the platforms. Thirty two point. Six million daily active users are under the age of thirteen. So having a safe voice chat is a really big deal. If you're not familiar with roadblocks it's basically a platform featuring tons of user created. Gave us some of the most popular ones are adopt me players adopt and take care of pets and there's another one called welcome the blocks per where you can buy a house get a job and almost feels a little bit like sips. I play these games with my kids a lot particularly my daughter. Who's a really huge fan. The game right now only has text chat so you can chat with friends just by typing That's something as parents you can disable completely or if you wanna heavily taylor it. Depending on your child you can do that Robuck says they also have a lot of people working behind the scenes just to track appropriate language and things like that so that your kids not encountering something inappropriate now obviously a big concern with introducing voice chat if you are someone that plays online games on consoles or p c is potentially exposing players and stuff like profanity or other bad language. I mean obviously we have all experienced some level playing call of duty where someone gets a little mouthy and it gets a little weird but roadblocks could introduce privacy. Settings or younger players are limited to save voice. Chat with their friends like a lot of Other games it's by default. What they could do is make it private so that they're only talking to their friends but this is enabled that sounds
No. 5 Illinois dominates Minnesota 94-63 for 7th win in row
"I would assume who recorded his second triple double of the season and Kofi copper scored twenty two points in twenty four minutes leading fifth ranked Illinois to its seventh straight win I ninety four sixty two pending a Minnesota December delivered nineteen points ten rebounds and ten assists three games after becoming just the third Illini player to post a triple double we shot the ball well you know teams on their stimulus you know there is something what we do best and something more aggressive but you know he's not against them John just won open manually put up a lot of shots and arm it was not his fault and I feel I had a thirty one eight edge in fast break points shot fifty six percent from the floor and forced eighteen turnovers I'm Dave Ferrie
Robinhood Takes Stock
"All right. Let's talk a little bit more about the game. Stop saga which has really evolved quite a bit. Since we talked about it yesterday we had marketplace tech. Molly would to tell us a little bit more about short selling stocks and what was really going on with the game. Stop situation how. A sub reddit had driven a lot of retail investors to try to kind of take on the old hedge fund community and it's messy. It's messy so years where we are at least recorded at this point today. The stock trading app robin hood confirmed that it plays trading restrictions on several stocks included game. Stop also amc amc theaters blackberry costs and nokia letting users close or sell positions but not by new shares. So it effectively. Kind of made the whole thing plateau which might not have organically otherwise a pop up on robin hoods homepage said fifty six percent of its users own. At least some game stops stock. Which gives you a sense of how many folks were actually participating in this In other robinhood news. A class action lawsuit. This is probably the first of many has been filed against robin hood in the southern district of new york and it reads robin hood purposely willfully and knowingly removing the stock m. e. from its trading platform in the midst of an unprecedented stock thereby deprived retail investors of the ability to invest in the open market and manipulating. The open market justin. I know you've been following the story. It's a wild one. What do you make of this will. The there is no doubt that this is an absolute seismic change in terms of how a retail investors are going to treat themselves. But the big change here is that we've seen punitive action. Come in not only from robin hood but also from weibo which was another trading platform. That people left robin hood to go to when they made this decision and the larger question is exactly why they made this decision. A lot of questions. On exactly a whether or not robin hoods parent. Company has some financial stake in this game and whether or not they were protecting their own interests here. This is a meam that liquidated so much money from hedge fund that now we're seeing what happens when those folks who by the way are not only billionaires that run things like that but those are. That's billionaire money. That goes into the hedge. Funds that are making that are that people are trading for. Were going to see. Exactly how loud day can rattle these chains and and what we've seen over the past couple of days is pretty loud. What's interesting to me is seeing this go from being a red it story to kind of because of the amount of money. That's that's at stake seeing this kind of reverberate. Obviously there were numerous affected hedge fund. You know And molly we talked about that yesterday on the show and and kind of that the financial impact side of this boat seeing the tech platforms. React to this. I think has been really interesting. An how robinhood goes forward from this. We already saw. I even hesitate to call it a losing a ton of goodwill but they file a settlement early this year effectively deceiving a they probably something with jesse about deceiving customers about you know what they were charging for transactions and stuff like that. Obviously this is several orders of magnitude bigger. A problem for their imaging for an app called robin hood two seemingly a b. halting trading on on something like on these you know mean stocks. Or whatever you want to call them. I also i don't understand all the other ones but costs is a weird one to make just on a personal side. All of these are shorted stock. So this is where all of this all of this began was on a list of the most shorted stocks on the market Stop was number one and it was insane short. I'm sure there's a few people who had loved game stop to come back and like change their business model it'd be successful but mostly it was. Hey this is a great way for us to make money. There is not an also. There was not enough stock for the hedge funds to buy back and so if everybody bought the stock it was going to rise and that was there was no way for it to stop all those other companies. That you've seen blackberry. Nokia cost tootsie roll. They are all there because they were also on that list of the most shorted stocks. That's the only connection between all these things. I thought it just a coincidence. These are all style. Gic brands big emphasis on nostalgic. As in. yes you have you know. Maybe the heyday has been over for some time. It's interesting watching the Spirited debate online about robin hood but about you know any d- trading institutions that have halted trading of all the stuff saying. hey listen. Things are too volatile. We don't know what's going on. This is a little too crazy Nobody can participate for at least in the way that they want to make quick buck and so we figure out what's going on. you know. a lot of people are saying well. Who's who's who's leaning into robin hood what's going on here. Does do the hedge hedge fund people. And i'm using hedge fund just as the people who have a lot more money and have been doing this for a while. Do they just win. Because that's the way that it's been thus far and just more powerful And then other people saying thank you know robin hood's a start up you know you you you're using it for free i mean. Would you expect like this is easy. You didn't think it was just going to be this easy did you. So i think that story is just beginning because if the market can be manipulated so easily and read it is read. It is a very powerful thing when it wants to be but this happened all sorts of other
GameStop, AMC Stock Prices Tumble as Robinhood, Others Block Trades
"Stock trading up robinhood confirmed it place trading restrictions on several stocks including game stop. Amc blackberry costs and nokia letting users close or sell positions but not by new shares. A pop up on robinhood homepage has fifty six percent of its users own. At least some game stop stock discord. Confirm that banned. The server used by the wall street bet sub reddit saying he continued to allow hateful and discriminatory content. After repeated warnings read. It also confirmed that the separate was taken private for about an hour on the evening of january twenty seventh wants public again. The moderator said they were working on automated moderation software to deal with the surge in traffic but had been granted special. Api by reddit and pointed to the twitter account at wsb mod for public communication
Trump remains defiant amid calls to resign
"President trump remains defiant amid calls to resign and plans to spend his last days in office playing offense trump has not taken any responsibility for his role in inciting Wednesday's violence amid a rebellion from members of his own party and ongoing efforts to remove him from office he said no public schedule but on Tuesday he'll travel to Alamo Texas to highlight his administration's efforts to curb illegal immigration and border wall construction and ABC news Ipsos poll released Sunday found that sixty seven percent of respondents said trump deserves a good amount or a great deal of blame for the insurrection and fifty six percent believe he should be removed from office I'm Julie Walker
Why 2021 will be an even bigger year for coronavirus
"But a lot of the people who are testing positive people who are already in quarantine in isolation we kind of feeling like it. It's not yet. But has new south wales more or less nile. The sydney outbreak have christmas and christmas under reasonably relaxed circumstances. You did have a massive gathering on eastern suburbs breach at bronte. Beach will only see the results of that in five to ten days time. But it's looking okay is still perplexes. Me that the premier of new south wales and the health minister are digging in refusing to mandate masks when that would give them an extra degree of security. I mean you had people the other day swarming. All over on boxing day swarming over the shops. There were some mask wearing but not as much as you'd hope and it would just be such a small thing to go to mandatory masks. You sort of need it to be a rule so that people follow it so that you get that mess coverage that you need for it to be effective. The other thing that i thought was interesting that they mentioned in the press conference yesterday was that some of the people who had testing positive had tested positive on ten or eleven of the isolation actually quite light in the isolation and that just goes to the varying incubation periods of this virus five days is average but it can go eight ten fourteen sometimes even longer than fourteen very. It's very small percentage of the golden fourteen. And then as we've said many times a corona cast your false negative rate right at the beginning of the infection is really quite high. Could it be could be anything up to eighty percent but then goes down to a low roundabout eight days and what you're seeing here is the false negative rate getting done pretty low as the infection proceeds in some people and it's just prudent to watch to see whether or not people are still negative as they come out of that chelation period. We've actually got a question from someone who is in quarantine or was at least when they wrote this letter to us. Lazy saying You norman and also the primary of new south. Wales urge people to celebrate christmas outside. But what about the quarantine is who have no fresh air for fourteen days and are relying on many hotel ventilation. Is it safe for them. Depends on the movie hotel. The ventilation has been a problem in some of them. And i think in some hotels they've try to fix up the ventilation so that is as it can be. But there's no guarantee in this the problem is if you're in quarantine and you're taking outside. That creates risk as they showed in victoria. So unfortunately you do have to remain confined to the room tough though that may be and question from phillip corinthian as well phillips making the comment that you say politicians talking about noncompliant behavior as being disappointing or surprising but He sort of going well. Why don't you just put them in jail. Where the regulations that there to make people comply with With regulations the problem here is coercion does not always work. They find that out in victoria. We mentioned this before wherever they please surrendered a supermarket. They arrested a woman. If you remember rightly And then they realize that you just alienate the community by too much coercion. You've got to bring the community along with you. That's what's happened in the northern beaches. It's not perfect. Didn't happen in suburbs of sydney over the christmas period. But you really just go to try and bring people with you and for really agree. Jesus offenders then you might have to find them or do something stronger. Yesterday they were talking about a woman who escaped quarantine in western australia and serious finds a waiting car but apart from the odd case. You just can't be seen to be too heavy-handed about this. You've got to bring the community with you. This many people in quarantine associational coming for testing like literally tens of thousands of people coming forward for testing. It seems a little unfair to focus on the very few people who aren't doing the right thing when so many people That's right and then. This is the problem of behavioral economics. If you like which is that if you think. The norm is misbehavior. Then you will change your behavior towards the norm. We we like to. Our behavior is typical of other people's with a few exceptions and therefore if all we're doing is broadcasting bad behavior actually the behavior of the community will drift towards bad behavior whereas if you focus on the positive and say the vast majority of people in new south wales during the right thing that becomes the norm and we do it. The same thing goes for just changing the subject from covid nineteen to say obesity. The more we say. Obesity is accused problem. Forty percent of people are obese or whatever. The number happens to be at that particular time people who are putting on weight thing. Oh well relatively normal. It's not a problem with being obese. Might not like it that much. But that's the way it's going whereas the actually say the majority strains are not obese and feeling gooden so on and so forth then you will tend to think. That's the norm and drift towards that so changing your behavior in that sort of form. And that's and that's how it works here to forcing you to hard doesn't work is the same the case with masks then like we were saying before that if you make the mandatory and people are wearing them then people just wear them well there is a there is a singing promoted by some people in healthcare. Which is there is a. There's something that you just do. It and mandatory mask wearing is adjusted. It's an easy thing to do You're not restricting people's behavior you're just asking them to wear a mask so it's not too onerous and therefore it's a reasonable thing to ask it's mandatory to others. We'll give him the is ls episode for at least a couple of weeks unless something big happens and we will be back if it does. Norman what sort of mindset show be should we be taking into two thousand twenty one. Well let's start with the so-called uk strain ovo people in britain. Are you jacking up with the uk strain. It's like people saying that. The krona viruses the china virus. So that feeling anxious about that anyway. There is a strain. I identified in south east of england which we saw yesterday in a preprinted that it looks as though the estimated increase in transmission ability. If you like is about fifty six percent not seventy percent for started. It doesn't look as though it's increasingly virulent in other words during more damage or even less damage to people and it. He's slowly taking over. In terms of the prevalent virus in that part of england and will probably start moving there and maybe even overseas once border. Start coming down. So there's not to panic about the comment in this. Pre print is the control of this virus. You've variant is the same as before it's lockdown. Actually it's a serious lock down the predict from their modeling that in the uk they won't control this variant with. Half-hearted lockdown measures is going to be the full thing including universities in schools. They predict unless britain does that. It's not going to be able to control this new variant given its increased contagious nece. Don't nothing i'd say. Twenty twenty one is what's for vaccines. The astra vaccine comes in and reports better effectiveness with new dozing van. We're in good shape and australia. And because we manufacturing it here but if they are stuck around sixty two percent. Australia has a major problem on its hands with a second rate vaccine and to acquire early doses of the vaccine from pfizer or moderna. So that we can be prepared particularly for clusters where if new clusters arise. We can immunize healthcare workers or even experiment with what we talked about before and chromecast ring vaccination but the astra vaccine is for australia's one to keep an eye on because if that doesn't pan out in the next few weeks to be in a highly effective vaccine. Australia's got a problem because we have a second rate vaccine on our hands. And the thing. I'll say for twenty twenty one. I'd love to leave you with a positive sense is that we've really got to begin for twenty twenty. One is going to be a long time before this comes under control and for most of two thousand twenty one. We are going to be at risk in australia from overseas. importation of virus from corona virus fatigue. Which i'm sure many people are feeling already. So we've just got to keep our vigilance. Keep our borders strict and hope that the vaccine gets in early and we can vaccinate as quickly as possible so that we get this under control and hope that those vaccines do prevent transmission. Those are the things to watch out for. And we're just gonna take a deep breath and digging for twenty twenty one absolutely but you've got to say that in terms of globally australia's going into twenty twenty one in a really good position competitive many other places in the world. It's really fantastic. And so as new zealand and conceive from south korea are fragile that can be sued. Just go to maintain our vigilance. Not rest on our laurels. But we've done well. Well
Amazon doubled its profit during the pandemic
"Given this huge surge of demand. How profitable has two thousand and twenty pm for emerson. Well it looks like in terms of its of its revenues. It's just off the scale. Really a big big on both the top and bottom line. We've got revenue coming in amazon. Report is third quarter results. Companies revenues were ninety. Six point one. Five billion dollars is not income. Increased to six point. Three billion dollars in the third quarter. That's nang well. The stock is up almost two percent here after hours. Mike that's quite a bottom line. Beat here for amazon operating cash flow increasing fifty six percent. Everything he's going through the roof. I mean the numbers are so big that have no sense really of what they mean but i can tell they made the amazon has done very very well and so that leads me into my next question. Is this a company that pays its taxes and plays fairly in the marketplace so there are huge questions about amazon taxes. They pay the taxes all over the world. The question is how much tax they pay. So in september it was reported that its sales in the uk had surged fourteen billion pounds but it paid only two hundred ninety million pounds in uk tax. Now that as far as i understand it is because the level of profit that it declares is relatively small but it's turnover and its revenues arguably speak for themselves and that's a huge source of control busy so for example in two thousand eighteen in the usa amazon posted income more than eleven billion dollars but the company paid nothing in federal taxes. Nothing nothing and that's because they would say well they've only just started to turn a profit
No. 10 Kentucky rolls past Morehead State 81-45 in opener
"Number ten Kentucky won its season opener is Brandon Boston juniors fifteen points and seven rebounds led the Wildcats to an eighty one forty five topping a Morehead St Boston was seven of fourteen from the field for the Wildcats who shot fifty six percent and out rebounded the eagles thirty seven twenty five Devin Eskew and Terrence Clark each made five of nine attempts and finished with twelve points apiece Kentucky's roster overhaul includes ten new players featuring seven highly regarded freshman the new faces didn't prevent the Wildcats from recording eighteen assists on thirty three baskets I'm Dave Ferrie
Elon Musk Shares New Details on Tesla’s Battery Costs
"Moving onto the european battery conference interview with elon. Musk then that's was overnight about two. Am pacific time about a twenty minute interview and you did share quite a few things one of the things that caught the most attention at least on twitter today was elon. Musk's comments on long-term battery cost goals for tesla. So of course we heard at battery day. They aim to reduce those costs by about fifty six percent per kilowatt hour. So you on here. Finally gave us a dollar target. We had not heard that before he says quote the long term goal would be to try to get to a cost per kilowatt hour of perhaps around fifty cents or fifty five cents at the cell level for a long range battery and quote so you may have noticed the reason part of the reason this got so much attention today on twitter was because he on said fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour at the sea level considering most estimates today put tesla above one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour down fifty cents per kilowatt hour obviously would be pretty insane so he llanos pretty clearly misspeaking there. Just run through a little bit of math year in case anyone has just a wild theory that maybe someday that would be possible. Nealon stock really long term. No that's not the case so to demonstrate that we can look nickel content in the battery pack for the model three that contains around thirty kilograms of nickel a kilogram nickel. Today costs about fifty dollars per kilogram. A little bit more. But let's just round down the scale discounts. You know whatever the case may be so. That's four hundred and fifty dollars of nickel in a battery. Pack for the model three assuming that seventy five kilowatt hours that works out to six dollars per kilowatt hour just for the nickel content in tesla battery so yeah that's just raw materials. There's no way they're ever getting down to fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour. He also says at the cell level so even if you misinterpreted that and said that's a purse l. price of fifty cents or fifty five cents. Which will never make sense to quantify it that way. But let's say the new forty six eighties. There's going to be you know. Eight hundred nine hundred of those per mile three pack if each cell were fifty cents. You're then looking at a total battery cost of four hundred and fifty dollars but again just the nickel content alone costs around that much so pretty clearly ilan just misspeaking here any means fifty dollars or fifty five dollars per kilowatt hour so that shouldn't be too surprising with the math that we had worked through from battery day that fifty six percent cost reduction most estimates today. Put tesla at the pack level. You know somewhere around one hundred and five to one hundred and fifteen dollars per kilowatt hour so we can use these long-term targets and combine those with the battery percent reductions that we heard on battery day to get a gauge for those current cost estimates. But it's important to remember. That on here is talking about the cell cost and during battery day that fifty six percent per kilowatt hour reduction seven percent of that was actually four. Sell to vehicle integration. So i don't think we should be. Applying that percentage on this base cost here. So let's say than just at the cell cost level. They're targeting a forty nine percent reduction there if that's an accurate assumption that means yawns numbers here would imply that. Today's prices are somewhere between ninety eight dollars and one hundred and eight dollars per kilowatt hour at the cell level. So i don't know how much the additional cost to go from. Cell to pack would be per kilowatt hour but these do seem to line up pretty well with what estimates have been and can give us a lot more confidence in where tesla is currently and then of course. We're they intend to get to longer term with you on confirming that in this interview. So that means longer term you could be looking at a seventy five kilowatt hour. Pack costing just three thousand seven hundred fifty dollars versus today may be somewhere around seven thousand seven hundred so that's obviously very exciting for them locations for the car but one thing that i do also think is really interesting. Is the marginal impact of that as you. Add battery capacity because at that price. It just doesn't cost that much to add additional range adding twenty five kilowatt hours. There would only cost additional roughly twelve hundred dollars so in the case of a model three for example you could add an additional say hundred miles of range for only a final cost to the customer if you apply twenty percent margin on that of about fifteen hundred dollars. Obviously the batteries have to fit in the car. So there's going to be a limit. But i think as better costs come down. That limit is going to be more physical constraint versus pricing constraint.
David Lammy On Why Climate justice can't happen without racial justice
"I've got to stop by admitting that in many. Me Giving a talk about how climate action can help black communities is surprising. I grew up whole black with a single mother in Psalm. One of the most deprived areas in London in the nineteen seventies and s climate change was the last thing on my mind. Representing Tottenham. Its member of parliament for the past twenty years my focus has been on trying to reduce the deprivation I grew up around in the past the climate crisis never featured at the forefront of my politics because it was never one of the most immediate. Constituents facing or at least it didn't feel like it. Rising sea levels feel unimportant when your bank balance is falling. Global, warming is not your concern when you can't pay the heating bills and you're not thinking about pollution when you're being stopped by the police and so perhaps this is why as the black lives matter movement roared across the world that's been so dimension saving black lives from the climate emergency. The too long those of us who cared about racial justice treated environmental justice is that was elitist and at the same time, the leaders who did focus on climate change we usually white and rarely bothered to enlist the support of black voices in their work. Even Progressive Allies sometimes took votes to granted and assume that all community didn't care or wouldn't understand the truth is the opposite is true. Black people breathe in the most toxic air relative to the General Population We are more likely to suffer from respiratory diseases like asthma. And it is people of color who are more likely to suffer in the climate crisis. This is no coincidence. The cheapest housing tends to be next to the busiest roads and many of the lowest paid jobs are the most pollutant industries. People of color consistent deny the bottom of the housing educational and Employment Ladders. This story connects black communities across the world from London to lay goes to La black-americans are exposed to fifty six percent more pollution than they course white Americans breed seventeen percent less air pollution, the May produce. It gives a whole new meaning to the black lives matter slogan I breath we all right. We know the name of George Floyd who was murdered by the police, but we should also know the name of eloquently Deborah. Ella a nine year old mixed race girl from southeast London was killed by fatal asthma attack evidence suggested was caused partly by the unknow fool levels of air pollution near her home. And it's not only urban areas where black lives are disproportionately under threat from climate change. My parents had country of Guyana is one of the most vulnerable countries on earth to the effects of climate. Change. So far, gladys contributed relatively little to the climate emergency, but it's one of the country's facing the most serious threats from it. While the annual carbon dioxide emissions beheaded the United States is a staggering sixteen point. Five metric tons in Guyana is just two point six, it is a patton repeated. The Globe those countries that have contributed least the climate breakdown mainly in the global south will suffer the most from floods droughts and rising temperatures. This is a patent suffering with a long history. The exploitation of our planet's natural resources of always been tied the exploitation of people of Color. The logic of colonization was to extract valuable resources from our planet through force paying no attention to its secondary effects. The climate crisis is in a way colonialism's natural conclusion. The solution is to build a new coalition made up of older groups most affected by this emergency black people in American cities who are already protesting that they cannot breathe. People of Color in Ghana, watching sea levels rise to the point where many of their homes become uninhabitable young people in places like Tottenham London afraid of the world they will grow older and progressive allies from all nations of all races, religions, creeds, and ages on this side. All demanding recognition that climate justice is linked to racial justice, social justice and intergenerational justice to
The Ugly Partisan Truth Behind President Trump's Stimulus Roadblock
"The. Last official jobs report before the presidential election would garner significant reason but there is no normal these days and the jobs report. Last week was immediately overshadowed by the president's Kovic Nineteen diagnosis. But for tens of millions of Americans, the state of their employment is along with covid nineteen. The only issue that really matters and it's clear that well more than half the jobs lost in the immediate aftermath of the spring shutdowns have been regained almost half ten million jobs have not. That fact alone would suggest the need for further government stimulus but hope for that faded after the president announced that he was uninterested in further stimulus bill until after the election though he then backtracked and suggested he was open to some action even so you might think that authorizing another round of perhaps two trillion dollars in stimulus would be in the interest of a White House seeking to curry support ahead of. The election, but there are reasons for their ambivalence. The harms of this covid nineteen recession are starkly uneven and are disproportionately hurting those who favor the Democrats especially poor and minority workers clumped in urban areas as well as service industry workers all over the country. Some of those are in regions where the Republican Party is strong but a considerable portion are in blue areas of the country more likely to support Democrats. Insured this recession is the most unevenly experienced economic downturn. Ever it is uneven by level by race by region but what is becoming increasingly clear is that it is uneven by party affiliation as well the economic harms of the pandemic and of attempts nationally and globally to contain it or hurting everyone. But those most inclined to vote Democrat are being hurt more than those inclined to vote Republican White Women for instance, have according to the bureau. Of Labor Statistics recovered more than sixty percent of the jobs lost in April black women however have recovered only thirty four percent. The highest earning income cortel is now above the. Employment levels of the beginning of the year. The Lowest Cortel are still twenty five percent below the national unemployment rate is seven point nine percent the unemployment rate for those twenty two, twenty four is twelve point, five percent for those over fifty five is six point seven percent. Then juxtapose those facts to who votes Republican. Versus who votes Democrat according to the Pew Center. Almost ninety percent of black women vote Democrat fifty, six percent of Republican voters are over the age of fifty five millennials skew fifty, five percent Democrat in almost every category those who are being hurt most by the recession are more likely to vote democratic. There are exceptions non college educated white men are not exactly thriving in the covert economy and according to most polls those trending toward the Republicans though the gap has been narrowing since two thousand sixteen in general however, the recession has hit cities hard and service sector cities such as New York Washington DC San, Francisco Los Angeles, and Miami especially, hard more suburban and rural areas of the country have seen. Less, dire employment losses and less economic contraction in part because governments in many Republican dominated states have been less likely to institute strict restrictions of businesses and schools. The net effect on whether the federal government will spend more to address stalled recovery with still substantial unemployment is that the geographic and demographic parts of the country that need help the most skewed Democrat and the parts that need it less Ski Republican. In. A functional political environment, there would be widespread recognition that the national economy and hence long-term prosperity for all of us is impossible if wide swath of the country are economically sinking greater New York City alone contributed about one point, six, trillion dollars to the GDP of the United States in two, thousand, nineteen, which was nearly eight percent of the national total California is about fifteen percent of the national economy. Similar sized proportions are true of major metropolitan areas throughout the country a nation with more than half of its citizens sinking economically is not a recipe for stability and strength for the whole country. Yet, our national politics seem indifferent to that reality. Political leaders appear more interested in the short term needs. Of their particular base than the overall health of the country Republicans are most egregious here though one could critique congressional Democrats for making a political calculus that holding out for a bigger stimulus rather than compromising on a smaller deal is also playing politics with economic needs of millions. The failure to pass more stimulus aid however is the equivalent of refusing to authorise disaster relief in the face of a category five hurricane that cuts through six states on the grounds that it left the rest unscathed we don't do that usually because we recognize that today, it may be Texas that needs money in an emergency and tomorrow it might be New York and that we for all our manifold differences live in one policy. But the current overlap between political affiliations and economic necessity has blinded many to that fact. The refusal of Republicans to authorize more relief spending may make sense given that their base is less impacted by the negative effects, but it will not make or keep America Great. If Wide Swath of the United States are economically imperilled, the politics may explain what is happening. They do not justify it, and in the end, we will all be the poorer if we do not act collectively and quickly.
Where's Everyone Moving To?
"Murray Pitino from Bloomberg City lab so much joining us. You recently wrote an article kind of looking at a bunch of the the moving data because we've. We've definitely been hearing a lot of things about this great migration and all these people moving from covert and you kind of. Took a dive into this question. Exactly, we've seen a lot of anecdotal evidence about a so-called urban exotic. So we thought that it'd be interesting to try to do a summary of the interesting data points. We could get our hands on. Yeah. Where did you look at this data because I really into data at the indicator I don't know it just. It's it's a really good point. So. We do get a fair amount of research coming from moving companies real estate aggregate, or is like Zillow and We did find a quite more nuanced story. What did you find I? Mean I feel like the the story has been at least the anecdotal story has been like people are fleeing cities they're moving to the country and sort of settling down like there's this excess and so what did you find when you actually looked at actual data? What story did tell? Yeah. So we found that over all it seems like people actually during the during the stay at home order is between March and June. People moved away less than they usually do, and that's what the the moving data told us. But overall, we also saw really interesting regional nuances. We have seen a lot of people moving out of especially Manhattan. But also a lot of people moving in San Francisco and we're going it's kind of a story about civil thing. But what we've seen is that a fair amount of people who move out of San Francisco in New York City tend to go to actually also pretty big cities like Los, Angeles Chicago Atlanta also Seattle, and so it seems like people are moving from the what Los Angeles is a bigger city I don't know 'cause I. Yeah. The it was like not the story that. I expected because I, was like Oh they're moving from the biggest cities to smaller cities. Blessed Angeles isn't a smaller city I think in Los Angeles people can have a little more space. It seems like people are maybe not necessarily leaving urban places but going to urban places where they can maybe have more space or something like that. Yeah. That is definitely interesting and We have data from a real estate consultant and the that in Manhattan whom sales had dropped by fifty six percents year-over-year. But in suburban counties around the city the had increased by actually forty four percent. Your of a year the other thing that I really loved in your article was that you took a look at history. which I thought was such a fascinating perspective. You kind of look back in time a little bit at past. Pandemics and sort of big issues in in big cities in the US would you find? While a thing we did see out in previous pandemic mentioned the Spanish flu but also the cholera cities have always been historically resilient. And have managed to kind of recover from all the hardship that has happened because you looked at I think in London back in eighteen, forty nine, they had ten thousand people die of cholera within a few months and then a huge fire destroyed a lot of the city. But right after that, the city's role as sort of the world's leading financial center at that time. Actually grew. So few experts we've talked to. Kind of expect the same thing to happen with the the current pandemic even though pretty big shift that has happened in maybe was there before is the whole working from home. Movement that is happening Sarah. It kind of depends how what the norms regarding this. Turn up to to be you know like people return to the office or will people who can stay working from home right? So this time might be a little different because we are establishing a protocol now where. We don't need to necessarily be at work. So we all still might be working jobs that are technically based in New, York or San Francisco but we could be living elsewhere yet and I think another important thing is that a there was an overall trend of population in dense urban city centers growing less fast than than people in suburban areas. So this is this is a trend that we that was already happened. Basically, it may have been accelerated. So you're based out of London from what I understand is that right? Exactly. Yeah. What's happening in London are people leaving London is at the same thing as New Yorker people saying like London is over. Notice definitely a good question. I. I. Live in London and Rents has dropped quite a lot recently is your rent dropped. It has actually buy a lot or just like a little bit or a by a fair amount because I feel like people are people tend to. At least from what? I see a b. kind of leaving the. The center. So yeah, I. Guess we'll have to see.
Americans fault US govt over foreign powers for virus crisis
"More Americans hold the U. S. government responsible for the covert nineteen crisis in this country not foreign nations a new poll shows more Americans blame the U. S. government instead of foreign countries for the corona virus crisis in the U. S. that goes against the trump administration's contention that China or other countries are to blame fifty six percent of Americans say the U. S. government has substantial responsibility for the situation that compares to forty seven percent who place that much blame on the governments of other countries and only thirty nine percent to say the same about the World Health Organization the poll by the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy and the Associated Press and a or C. center for public affairs research was conducted before president Donald Trump tested positive for the virus I'm surely antler
Apple China iPhone sales jump
"New iphones on the way, current iphones appear to be trending up in China. That's the word from the China Academy of Information, and communications technology by way of apple and CIDER. Well by way of JP Morgan analysts Samir Chatterjee by way of Apple. Insider. According to the peace while domestic Chinese manufacturers saw their shipments rise about eighteen percent month over month shipments of smartphones produced by foreign firms and primarily apple. Rose. Fifty six percent over the same period. The Way Chatman season improving shipments of smartphones could calm investor worries over a possible slowdown for apple in China.
Republican Jewish Coalition official makes the Jewish case for the Republican party
"As the Republican National Convention dominated the news this week I sat down with Matt Brooks the Executive Director of the Republican Jewish coalition to hear him make the Jewish case for the Republican. Party. Just a reminder AJC is a five. Oh, one C. Three, not for profit organization that neither endorses nor opposes candidates for Elective Office Matt. Thank you so much for joining US Saffy. It's great to be with you. Thanks for having me AJC held a series of virtual programs last week at the Democratic National Convention and we're doing the same this week alongside the RNC you spoke at. An Age RNC program yesterday and you guaranteed the Donald Trump will win a larger percentage of Jewish vote in two thousand twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen. What makes you so confident of that first of all, my understanding of the politics of the Jewish community I've been doing this job for thirty years. So I think I have a very good feel for the Jewish community. But then the most important reason is to look at the record of this president There is no question that he has been without a doubt, the most pro Israel president ever in history. That's not coming just from Matt Brooks, but it's coming from people like the prime, minister of Israel has said as much in the Oval Office in meeting with them. So there's a reason why fifty six percent of the Israelis who were polled in a recent poll would like to see president trump reelected and only sixteen percent. WanNa see Joe Biden reelected because they understand that this president is absolutely transformed the US's relationship beyond that Steph. Touch on domestic issues I think people in the Jewish community are deeply concerned about what's happening in our big cities whether it's Portland Seattle New, York, the lawlessness, the rioting, the efforts by the left wing progressives in the Democratic Party who want to defend the police. I. Think People in the Jewish community understand that president trump giving his incredible track record. Pre covid is the best person to revitalize our economy postcode and also recreate and bring back all the jobs that were lost as a result of this pandemic. So I think there's a wide range. Of issues that both foreign and domestic that to me give me great confidence to have my back moment point into the stands and guarantee that this president will do better among Jewish voters and twenty twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen was the Yankee Fan I. Appreciate any reference to Babe Ruth let me just follow up on that though you pivoted and spoke about domestic issues at the end, which obviously are very important. You started out with Israel though I'm curious does the RJ see any kind of polling or anything like that indicates that the? Percentage of American Jews do vote based on. Israel. My sense is generally not at top issue for American Jews. So we do have extensive polling and we're very data driven in our messaging and how we look at the races you know, I think your point is well taken but you know elections and campaigns about mosaics. It's about putting pieces of the puzzle together. It's not just one issue. There is definitely a segment of the Jewish community that does care about Israel we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely a segment of the Jewish community that appealed issues. Like school choice we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely segments of the Jewish community the care about the issue of defunding the police and having law and order in our streets in protecting us against anti-semitism. So we're GONNA have various messages targeted to various constituencies within the Jewish community. Our community as you well know is not monolithic. So to say that there is one issue that's gonNA drive the Jewish vote would be a mistake but I think we have enough experience and expertise in this arena to make sure that we're serving up the right messages. One issue that you just mentioned Matt is is Antisemitism Joe. Biden actually laid the cornerstone of his campaign on President Trump's comments after the unite the right rally in Charlottesville in his video announcing his candidacy, and then again last week when he accepted the nomination, vice president. Biden cited the president's very fine people on both sides comment at which he saw as excusing anti Semitism he cited those comments as motivating him to get into the race to beat the president. How would you want Jewish voters to think about those comments? Well, I, mean, that's going to be part of our task and we've had several events both with Nikki Haley Mark Levin with Senator Ted Cruz just this last Sunday night you know in which we've talked about that there is a mythology that has taken hold by the Democrats to try and create a false narrative that the president Or somehow tried to give support to white nationalist. If anybody takes a step back reads the entire transcript and admittedly I wish he had been clearer and less awkward in his original remarks when we put out a statement to that effect. But if you read a few sentences before and a few sentences after very fine people on both sides, it's very clear that the president strongly condemns White Nationalist Neo Nazis, and you know it is absolutely unambiguous also to some of his other speeches in actions you go back and look right after the tree of life synagogue tragedy he gave a speech that day to the future farmers of America No. President no president go back and take a look at the record, and you'll agree if you read the opening speech, no president has ever condemned anti-semitism and planted a flag about us and our strong commitment to fight anti-semitism wherever it raises its ugly head, and then obviously you look at what the president did it on his executive order to help protect students on college campuses who have been the victims of anti-semitism and I will tell you time and time. Again, this president has by action demonstrated his commitment, not only to condemn white. Nationalist Neo. Nazis. But also to stand up and take strong stands against the rising antisemitism in this country.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on First Things First
"The the the the efficiency is something that in today's nba we've allieu a lot more than we used to like we with volume scores or out of vogue officiant scores are invoked katie shouldn't fifty six percent these funds ception thirty nine percent like except went into that game yesterday everyone forgot that through three quarters of game to katie was far better because steph had the amazing fourth quarter and then katie reminded everyone how much better he's been this series last night so we spent all day yesterday before talking about how steph had the nba finals awards just locked up and vp award locked up how quickly has that now shifted day i mean it's kevin durant forty minutes of nba game yeah the quickly katie and play bad in the first two games no had that great for the grateful that was the most recent thing that we remembered but ends story yes still relies but katie just came out reminded the world and this is what i do and these moments and i'm up against the argument of best plan nba right now and i'm gonna show y'all my worth against that guy and that's what he's doing and it the backdrop of clay doing nothing and steph doing nothing because even when when steph went off in the fourth quarter with the five threes which historic performance of nine threes in game number too many other guys were playing yes it's so now you tell them out it was a little more desperation it was far more clutch i mean what might he did yes steph terrorists here for the game right well in so he katie saw the benefit last night that even though steph was bad they were frayed to leave him.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Eat in rather than eat out while they're taking days off but people are going to travel patrick hunn a petroleum analyst with fuel price tracker gas buddy says consumers are more willing to put up with higher prices during the summer months than at other times of year motor generally have a higher propensity to hit the road even of gas prices or high because summer only comes once a year and gas buddy also found that shorter trips may be the answer for some travelers in recent survey of its users nearly forty percent said high gas prices will have some effect on their summer travel decisions maybe not memorial day or july four or labor day but it may keep them from going on significant vacations and keep them closer to home the gas buddy survey finds only thirty one percent of its users plan to drive more than five hundred miles round trip that's down from fifty six percent last year i'm aaron schrank for marketplace believe it or not a lot of people don't use all their a lot of vacation time during the year more than half of american workers left paid vache haitian days on the table in two thousand seventeen that's according to a survey commissioned by the us travel association but there are signs some of those overachievers maybe changing their ways and marketplaces were not a sago looks at what that could mean for the economy baylor johnson works for a nonprofit in florida and says he struggles to use his full four weeks paid time off he graduated from college in two thousand eight and started his career in the great recession he worked at number of different jobs trying to prove himself in a tough economy so while he takes medication now he says i sometimes feel a little bit like you know gosh why am i really entitled to this if it fair that i get to take this time off the economy is healthier now unemployment is low met travel industry survey shows fifty two percent of american workers left unused vacation days on the table in 2017 down from fifty four percent the year before so is there an economic effect when people take vacation time university of central florida.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on First Things First
"Fifty four to fifty six percent from the field every single series and he's doing it and the raptors with a lot of help in this series with a little bit of help in the pacers series with no help in not to mention the game winning shots at the buzzer the game seven heroics like this is i don't know how you could write a script for a more impressive individual run up to an nba finals than the one lebron is two games away from writing it's been very impressive the consistency level he really can't afford to have an off night i think he's basically had to off nights in the three series and and those are just those are nights a good night in the nba for an nba player it's been very impressive overall shot making how he's at different levels finishing at the rim left our right hand finishing above the rim either dunking intermediate jump shot post gain would is back to the basket shooting behind the arc even shooting from the free throw line all those things that he's done at a very very high level and been so consistent and there's no person mba is face more pressure than lebron james last twenty years in to consistently do it playing eighty two games followed up by what he's doing in the playoffs is it's very very impressive it's always hard to compare players like this with other players but it's definitely been one of the most impressive playoff runs that we've seen he's got in these.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Throw you running for your life but the reality is if i said i'll give you a thousand bucks to hit a jump shot and you can either shoot a free throw or a fade away jumper from the corner we're all gonna shoot free throws and so how do i build a routine where when i can i throw the ball exactly the same every single time josh was fifty six percent at wyoming the more tape by watch the more impressed i am that he was fifty six percent why that because what's happening on the other side of the threat there's two sides of it right that's what he's doing with the ball where he's throwing it and then there's what's happening and so in my opinion what happened is you've got very little separation and you've got different route depths and so it's really hard to anticipate and we know some guy's who played in the nfl and had great careers who don't have strong arms i do not think you have to have a giant arm to be able to play in the league but when there's not that separation were timing then you have to throw the ball late and he throws the ball really hard and it's really cold there so it ends up being really difficult to manufacture completions in the nfl throwing no me understanding the type of talent he's going to be around and then watching him for the last couple of months he can throw it into sedation he can separate people he can throw people open so it's just going to become a repetition thing and for mechanics can you do it over and over again jordan palmer here on the rich eisen show the layperson hearing that would say that's an excuse making i'll be honest hundred percent and evaluate or might understand that language right there what do you think it is going on right now with the evaluation are they seeing what you're seeing or or might have just be the idea that you're trying to cover up for whatever this young man might like to be the first overall pick in this year's draft.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"You may have sat there and i thought for a minute i don't usually write op eds but i took to facebook and i said the city in the media are quick to point to higher boehner turnout compared to previous muny elections held in april but is that really the benchmark not if you know the assembly previously voted to move elections to november when voter turnout is routinely over fifty percent and we would have split the cost with the state that action was quickly reversed when liberals came back into power instead they push for a vote by mail on a municipal level to coincide with automatic voter registration on the state level not political rights and don't buy the narrative this is this election was cheaper because it was not one would have to break the numbers down further but a click quick glance at the numbers show an overall fifty six percent voter turnout in the last governor's race so the real benchmark for me is we have to watch for november and say what what is the voter turnout but they're saying here if we broach thirty percent if we broach thirty five percent we've smashed all records not really because the anchorage assembly had already passed a law saying we were going to run a concurrent election the same time put it on the same state ballot and we would just split the cost with the state of course we'd have to work out the details on how to do that but we could have done it because i'm telling you right now the last governor's race in two thousand fourteen the voter turnout was fifty six percent so if we break fifty six percent then i would say yeah you can measure that as potentially being very successful but if we don't reach the numbers that the state routinely reaches i don't think they can claim that quite yet let's go to the phones and chris is on the phone hey chris i mean thank you for inviting me yesterday straight talk so you know that was right up my wheelhouse had so much fun.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT
"To frame the president that's that goes beyond political partisanship and so i can see democrats saying no to that but 44 percent believe enough is out there towards a special prosecutor who would be looking for what crimes which would be coordinating to frame the president with false information so it's interesting and remember it was uh may of last year that the poll was taken were fifty six percent of democrats believed in the pew research poll i believe it was the fifty six percent of democrats believe that uh the russians were actually able to change the vote count of the elections which of course never been any evidence of that whatsoever well we've never even had that we know of any state uh election officials come out and say this happened here and we believe it's the result of foreign intervened right right now they believe that they were toward that that they were monitored by by the russians states believe but nobody has nobody everybody said melvin novotes no no kind of votes were change and then like that but uh so that you know that the that to me is important to show that when you had as much propaganda as you've had over the last thirteen fourteen months to not have a majority of people believe that uh oh trump was improperly surveilled you go from that point on if democrats her scared about what's going on that's one of the reasons well and end there's the i think the the big picture and that is the why the why the democrats are are are basically scrambling right now if you look at what's going on with.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"So it's interesting and remember it was uh may of last year that the poll was taken were fifty six percent of democrats believed in the pew research poll i believe it was that fifty six percent of democrats believe that uh the russians were actually able to change the vote count of the elections which of course never been any evidence of that whatsoever well we've never even had that we know of any state uh election officials come out and say this happened here and we believe it's the result of foreign intervened right right now they believe that they were toward that that they were monitored by by the russians slice states believe at but nobody has nobody of everybody said no but it novotes no no kind of votes were change and then like that but uh so that you know that the that to me is important to show that when you had as much propaganda as you've had over the last thirteen fourteen months to not have a majority of people believed that uh oh trump was improperly surveilled you go from that point on if democrats her scared about what's going on that's one of the reasons well and in there's the i think the the big picture and that is the why the debt why the democrats are are are basically scrambling right now if you look at what's going on with the shift memo my question.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye a jeff sessions attorney general testifying before congress has will have some audio in fact the audio with uh uh jim jordan coming up following the top of the hour apparently democrats not pleased with them and republicans not pleased with him as imagine by the way with with any act of it went to to follow everything that goes through meenu show every day of all the russian collusion everything that comes out member because it it gets to the point you know the latest on on donald trump jr and weekly leaks and all this just remember for any any accusation it's out there there may there may be potential wrongdoing remembered that the question is though the question is remember the original allegation that the trump campaign colluded with the russians to hacked the election and anything else may be an offshoot that his about something completely different but remember that was the original allegation that was bounded on for months gouging by may were fifty six percent of republicans that were poll assuming of democrats are were polled said that the russians actually changed the numbers in the election very important with the original allegation was for which actually was would got the the impetus to get a special prosecutor even though nobody could find what the actual crime us right so they'll have component and say we know that that crime happened and we don't know who wall was involved responsible they could even point john crime in first place but what is potentially what the crime would had begged been right except for the fact that they hacked the election but when you x what how right do uh uh change the numbers navy could explain that even what good if they ate and in here's the problem in today's world when you say hack it took on a number of things i mean in a technically speaking if you're talking about packing bats ill saudi right and so we do have laws against that so that's the idea while were they actually pointing to a crime or they using this uh pop culture type a new approach and using that word hack john uh which you know can be done i mean if you watch on anything on social media we're going to hack the recipes here are fifth hacks.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT
"Of the population that isn't part of the parties that that that may be part of the partisan build donald trump folks but even a ton of independence had say and look at this and say weill the democrats actually attempted to de legitimize an election by saying that it was rigged that trump colluded with the russians to hacked the election where fifty six percent of democrats believe that was true and it was falls and what we find out is a promoter that whole thing by indirectly colluding with the russians and using russian disinformation to make that claim against donald trump exactly what they accused trump of doing they're doing and people don't like that because then you're messing with the institute got messing with the daytoday politics you're messing with the institutions of america right the star go ahead put this out because that's a message it you're giving we don't care about the rule of law that's the message that you're putting out to a significant portion of america the rule of law does in matter to watts any accusation is okay even if it's live in later on that we were doing what we accused him of doing well when you get caught doing that the american public looks at you insane you're trying to destabilise american institutions you've tried to de legitimize a legitimate election be because you lost and so you accused of person of treason when by your own definition of treason you committed that same act as you noticed i say by their definition of treason right you can it'd the act that you accused the opposition candidate of doing and it may have and go further to the point of american ends rights were violated americans were wiretapped americans were unmasked and members of the opposition administration in the opposite party were monitoring what was going on with the opposition in a presidential election that is growing with the institutions of america such dire stay on that stay on this go ahead don't be mad at fox news for painted at fox pull that off the happy fox did it right because it will get the reaction that it should get people being upset that here's a guy just missed had tell whatever lie i want draw would whatever allegation i want go ahead spend your money doing that but we know you're a liar i want to getting we do have.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCHS
"Of the hardest that that that may be part of the partisan we don't donald trump folks but even a ton of independence had say and look at this and say while the democrats actually attempted to de legitimize an election by saying that it was rigged that trump colluded with the russians to hacked the election were fifty six percent of democrats believe that was true and it was falls and what we find out is a promoted that whole thing by indirectly colluding with the russians and using russian disinformation to make that claim against donald trump exactly what they accused trump of doing they're doing and people don't like that because then you're messing with the institute you're not messing with the daytoday politics you're messing with the institutions of america right star go ahead put this out because that's a message it you're giving we don't care about the rule of law that's the message that you're putting out to a significant portion of america the rule of law does in matter chew watts any accusation is o k even if it's live in later on that we were doing what we accused him of doing well when you get caught doing that the american public looks at you insane you're trying to destabilise american institute to to sion's you tried to delegitimize a legitimate election because you lost and so you accused a person of treason when by your own definition of treason you committed that same act as you noticed i say by their definition of treason right you committed the act that you accused the position candidate of doing and it may have and go further to the point of americans rights were violated americans were wiretapped americans were unmasked and members of the opposition administration and the opposite party were monitoring what was going on with the opposition in a presidential election that is growing with the institutions of america so style stay on that stay on this go ahead don't be mad at fox news for playing at fox pulled it off be happy fox did it right because it will get the reaction that it should get people being upset that here's a guy just missed had tell whatever lie i want throughout whatever allegation i want go ahead spend your money doing that but we know you're.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Of of uh the the the collusion then it went to okay the campaign colluded not to hacked the election even though remember the police came out about five months ago that said fifty six percent of democrats believe that the russians hacked the election and we're able to change the numbers right remember that this fifty six percent of democrats polled that shows you again how disinformation can be used and not only again what it ended up being used the majority of it was not actually during the campaign but it was used after he became president to discredit this president uh to make him not a legitimate president because remember when fifty six percent of people believe when fifty six percent of a political party in a poll actually believe that the russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to demnark two to democrats out there that that what happened if dr stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president who is also used from from the the point where democrats could then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what's i can think of our for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was the seriousness of it and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians to use russia russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy all of an elected president of the united states to help destroy his legitimacy wow and that does include the russian uh the uranium deal or anything else right although it all basically lumps together if you think about the actions of the clintons uh what the russians may have been trying to do in one hillary to win it.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to denmark to to democrats out there that that's what happened if dander stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president it was also used over from from mother the point where democrats would then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what i can think of our for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was the seriousness of it and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians do use rusty russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy all of and elected president of the united states to help destroy his legitimacy while and it does include the russian uh the uranium deal or anything else right although it all basically lumps together if you think about the actions of the clintons uh what the russians may have been trying to do in wanting hillary to win it uh hiring bill for five hundred thousand who was at the made the comment the other day bet he won't get paid for about five hundred thousand to go to russia today i i bet they'll be no tens of millions of donations right from the russians to the clinton foundation why they've play they have no influence and and so when you while when you when you think about that when you saw the story of the day to the.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The the the collusion then it went to okay the campaign colluded not to hacked the election even though remember the police came out about five months ago that said fifty six percent of democrats believe that the russians hacked the election and were able to change the numbers right remember that deaths fifty six percent of democrats pole that shows you again how disinformation can be used and not only again what it ended up being used the majority of it was not actually during the camp pain but it was used after he became president to discredit this president uh to make him not a legitimate president because remember when fifty six percent of people believe when fifty six percent of a political party in a poll actually believe that the russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to denmark to to democrats out there that that's what happened if dander stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president it was also used over from from uh the the point where democrats would then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what i can think of her for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was a series the solvit and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians to use rusty russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The people in this country have given these guys an opportunity to and to have a great vision and change the country for the better than undoing doing it that's their problem it is that's exactly right and i'll tell you this sean i will never let you doubt what you see is what you get with me you get a strong conservative woman with a backbone of aisle who believes in small government low tax it hurts no responsibility and following the constitution i will never stray from the principle and that's why i will be an effective legislator when i get to washington dc and while all why i will be able to keep the promises that i'm may on the campaign trail so chuck schumer had a smirk on his face yesterday thing at all it's going to be much easier to win how would be easier win when you're beating jeff flake the incumbent by twenty six points i mean i'm trying to understand that mentality well you know democrat liberal logic defies reality no i think there's some truth to the tow now you might not have support from people like mitch mcconnell and the money that they raise for the senatorial campaign committee are you going to be able to transcend that difficulty of if mcconnell acts the way he those by though is a pullout today fifty six percent of republicans want mitch mcconnell to resign when you know mitch mcconnell and his you know his attack packed the senate leadership on uh they they may have made a lot of mistakes look what happened in alabama they backed luther strange and the people back judge roy moore so they were wrong in alabama and they are going to be wrong again in arizona i think i should actually get with the program get with the people so that we can get good at strong conservative into washington dc to do the job that needs to be done quit trying to protect your own political future and whatever it is you're trying to hold on you and get the job done that the american eagle are demanding or i we really appreciate you being where listen i think you deserve a lot of credit i think the polls of the reason that snowflake got out of the.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The people in this country have given these guys an opportunity to have a great vision and change the country for the better than not doing it that's their problem it is that's exactly right and i'll tell you this sean i will never let you doubt what you see is what you get with me you get a strong conservative woman with a backbone of he'll he'll believes in small government low tax a personal responsibility and following the constitution i will never stray from the principle and that's why i will be an effective legislator once i get to washington dc and while all why i will be able to keep the promises that i made on the campaign trail so chuck schumer had a smirk on his face yesterday thing at all it's going to be much easier to win how would it be easier win when you're beating jeff flake the incumbent by twenty six points i mean i'm trying to understand dan that mentality well you know democrat liberal logic that igf eyes reality no i think there's some truth to the tow now you might not have support from people like mitch mcconnell and the money that they raise for the senatorial campaign committee are you going to be able to transcend that difficulty of if mcconnell acts the way he does by though is a polo today fifty six percent of republicans want mitch mcconnell to resign when you know mitch mcconnell and his you know his attack packed defendant readership find uh they they may have made a lot of mistakes look what happened in alabama they backed luther strange and the people back judge roy moore so they were wrong in alabama and they are going to be wrong again in arizona i.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He's only completed fifty six percent of his passes and he said three we total turnovers also for this game this is one that air is only can go over there at a neutral site and played this rams team tough aaron donald has got to be a 470 inside he's got to be disruption of the for some reason even though i wanna give the credited the rams i think that the arizona cardinals sweep this will now let's head out to santa clara forty downer's entertain in the dallas cowboys cowboys we'll have elliott run of the football cowboy team that had came into the air high expectations defense has been an issue that nap and is officiant run in the football as well there are two or three football team now you take on a forty not a team that is winless on the euro one six different winless the browns because they've been in a lot of these games and now you get cj battered the grandson of body death third starting at quarterback for the san francisco forty nine irs and for cal shanahan which i think is the right call now can the forty nine dollars with a new quarterback a third round pick a rookie quarterback go out knock off the dallas cowboys for their first win of the season while he's doing it up against one of these worst defense is in the nfl so if there was any game that he would be able to come in and play relaxed football it would be against this one number one obviously they've got to make sure they block of demarcus lawrence who is having a unbelievable year at the defense event position for the dallas cowboys and they've got a minimized the effect is this of the running game this is where it's tough for their defensive line for the forty manners losing erica instead that stout defence event who can really minimize thinks at the point of attack and really help out this team although for me i think the dallas gets prescott running the football more in this game they start to manipulate things in coverage wise all four a battered up and beaten up forty nine or secondary i think that they're gonna make big plays in dallas winds this game are let's head out to.
"fifty six percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The form of justise winslow shot changed or did he just make half of his shots let all homer migraines become man with those further in slow man of the shards in mark's got him fixing every elbows tied up barely year the only want seeing the elbow thing because seventy seven percent of the art if you'd said he just made up his shot stanley johnson incidentally did not make ever shots last night started disease and over thirteen congratulations to stay on the job desirable was way out there is open the l a breakfast soup fifty six percent of the audience said no arc keep off the grass signs the handiwork of the devil or are browse seventy two percent of the audience said yes were you surprised that still god's did it know what gritz work fifty four percent under the audience said no who wins of football game a team of nfl tight ends a team of nfl quarterbacks the team of nfl wide receivers a team of nfl defensive tackles we got to bring that question back tomorrow we did discuss that enough today it was close wide receivers came in second place first place thirty six percent of the vote went ju nfl's best tight ads three question reduces it is yes if you took all the best players from a single position or made one football team out of it which position would have the best thing is the rick pitino vampire interview one of the worst things the show is ever done fifty six percent of the audy it said no four percent during the family feud are you through now the other forty four presenting heard kellyanne burns joe bugner in verse in kellyanne though i will never recover getting another you'll never diligent swings baby we are going down with another big swings with are you confuse why texas tech has never been good of defense fifty four percent of the.