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Your Daily Prayer
A Prayer to Ease Worry
"Friend, if worry is gripping your heart and it is leading you down a dark path, may I remind you that we aren't meant to carry the weight of this world. Our minds, hearts, and physical bodies will literally collapse under such weight. That's the test we were never meant to withstand the constant knowledge near submerged in on the daily. Ecclesiastes one and 18. While we are to seek wisdom, we must control what we ingest by guarding our hearts and minds. The truth of the matter is that our hearts will be troubled in this life. We will encounter trials of all sorts. They can be certain of that. First, Peter four, 12 to 14. But we have hope as the lemurs that tucked within our worry is a pathway to peace. We are called to stand firm in that truth. Let's pray. Heavenly father, you are a God of peace. We are so thankful that you give us the ability to come to you with our troubles, worries, and concerns. And you love when we grant us a piece that goes beyond our own understanding. While we know we will come into places that bring on sear and worry, we ask that you stay with us and draw us close. Remind us that you will see us through. They are safety net in times that bring on confusion and lead our hearts back to the promise of sound throughout your word. We invite you to help us see areas in our lives in which we need to create safeguards for our hearts and minds. Guide and urge us to focus on what is pure wholesome and righteous. Lord, please give us a calm spirit as well when we receive news that is troublesome. Help us find resourceful ways to heal or anxious heart. Give us the will to seek your wisdom in these times and pour your unfailing love upon us. When our hearts want to wander off the pathway, when seer and worry wants to consume less, get us the courage to seeking and give us discernment. Help us trust new loan and remember that you have a special plan and purpose through our lives. We know that we were created for such a time as this and want to glorify you. So we ask that you make a fast Jeremy's rather strange time. And plant a sense of peace that will carry us through. We ask this in Jesus name. Amen.
The Trish Regan Show
Chaos Erupts at the Southern Border
"Breaking today as the Democrats continue trying to put the former president behind bars as there were some kind of, I don't know, banana republic two bit banana republic, we actually have real problems. And they're abhorrent behavior shows they have no real effort underway to actually focus on the problems at hand. I mean, no wonder the country's in such bad shape right now. News today, that authorities confronted 16 people at our border just last month that were on the FBI terror watch list. They were all arrested in the month of February alone. Meanwhile, we had some 150,000 plus crossings. Again, new records being hit almost every month. We are not in good shape and it's very dangerous for our country given the amount of drugs that are coming in. The federal government, meanwhile, spending all kinds of money, millions of dollars to store all that unused border wall material because, oh, that was Trump's idea in Trump's bad and they want him behind bars. That's the reality of the situation. They are playing politics when I think it's really, really important for this nation that we get serious about the real issues at hand. Hello, welcome to the program. I am Trish Regan portions of this show are brought to you by legacy precious metals, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com for more. Again, a 150,000 people apprehended in the month of February alone just wait. Just wait until title 42 gets rolled back. And it's going to be really unmanageable. For more on this worsening crisis, I am joined today by Brandon Judd, president of the border patrol council. And it's good to have you here. Thank you for taking the time, Brennan. Trish anytime, I appreciate you having me. What's it like, really? Right now. Well, unfortunately, I live this nightmare every single day. My agents and I, we have to deal with something that this administration could get under control tomorrow if they wanted to. But we have seen time and time again that they just have no political will. They pander to their open border activists. If you look at the west wing, it's filled with activists. And when you have government that is filled with activists, you can expect to see the chaos that we're experiencing on the border and it's a completely unfortunate because it puts American lives at danger at risk. And we could save all those American lives if it wasn't for the unfortunate policies programs and operations that they've taken away from us. They're just not giving us what's necessary to be able to do the job. You know, it really shows you how politics gets in the way. Over and over and over again. So instead of doing what's right, one protecting our country too, protecting these people from the predators that they are so vulnerable to right now. Instead of doing what's right, we're doing what they think is going to play in Peoria. They think that this is going to resonate with their base. If you ask me, it's the most inhumane way of approaching this challenge. The only thing that they care about is a reelection. That's it. And if they think that what they're doing is going to get people to the ballot box, they're going to do it. And that's what we see time and time again. Politics seems to have taken a front seat to what's best for the United States. What's best for our U.S. citizens as long as they think that they're going to be able to remain in power. You know, a lot of this is like, well, you know, it's Texas's problem. You know, let them deal with it in Texas. But now we're seeing that even the mayor of New York is like, wow, wow, wow, wow wait a second. This is Gaston us a lot of money here too, because they've been bused up to New York. More of the vineyard, I think, exposed a lot of the not in my backyard, kind of sentiment. Look, it is a problem there in Texas. It's a problem for any of these border states, but let's not forget we're a federal system. Doesn't the entire federal government have to take responsibility here? How is it fair to put it all on a few states that happen to be physically located at that border? Well, the Supreme Court actually ruled that the federal government is responsible for immigration. The states can't step in and they can't enact laws that would allow them to expel or deport individuals to cross our borders illegally. That was already tested in the state of Arizona when they passed SB ten 70 and the Supreme Court shot that law down. So if you look at this when you look at everything that is going on, if it's not the federal government that steps to the plate, if it's not them that does their job, then all of this is going to continue to happen. We're going to continue to set records. We're going to continue to have deaths on the border. We're going to continue to have more fentanyl coming into the United States than we've ever seen before. We're going to continue to release more people into the United States. When you look at right now, we have released into the United States in the last two years, 4.5 million people have been rewarded for violating our laws. Across the border, illegally and got released in the United States. And then you add on top of that, the 1.2 million people that were able to cross the border illegally and evade apprehension. We've added more than 5 million people to our population just in the last two years alone. And these people entered the country illegally, and they were rewarded for their illegal acts. Look, and I'm not going to say that all people that come here illegally are bad. It's not true. There's plenty of good ones. But you go through the rap sheets, right? And you see a lot of people that happen to be here illegally. And it's so sad for the victims of those crimes because they don't deserve that. The one thing that a country ought to be able to do is know and control who is in it. And by the way, we're not outliers here like, well, we're an outlier and that we let everybody in. I mean, every other country in the world, it's not like I can go show up in Mexico and just hang out for the rest of my life. That wouldn't fly. Why are we allowing it here? Yeah, Trish. And we're not trying to disparage people that cross the borders illegally by any stretch of the imagination. What we want is we want the rule of law to be upheld. And if the rule of law is upheld, we stop all of the deaths. We stop these migrants from putting theirselves in the hands of these dangerous criminal cartels. Yes, there are a lot of people that cross our borders illegally that are good people, but they still violated the law. And unless there's accountability for violating the law, we're going to continue to encourage it. And that's what we have to do. When you listen to this administration and they talk about that they want an orderly and humane immigration system. What they've given us is the exact opposite. It's not orderly and it absolutely is not humane, especially when you look at all of the deaths. When you look at the children that are abused by these criminal organizations, these cartels, they're raped at times they're murdered. They are physically abused all the time, and we see it. And we have to deal with that. The agents on the frontline constantly have to deal with everything that we see every single day and we know that it's simply driven by policy. Yeah, you know, and there's a lot of unintended consequences. The last thinks they're being so wonderful.
AP News Radio
South Korea says North Korea test-fired multiple cruise missiles
"South Korea says North Korea has tests launched multiple cruise missiles toward the north's eastern waters. The launches are the north's fourth weapons tests, since the U.S. and South Korean militaries began large scale military drills last week, North Korea used the drills as a preparation to attack it, although the drills are to end on Thursday, the north expected to continue its testing activities as the U.S. reportedly plans to send an aircraft carrier in coming days for another round of joint drills with the south. UN Security Council resolutions banned North Korea from launching ballistic missiles, but don't prohibit its cruise missile tests, though experts say they also pose
AP News Radio
Army of lobbyists helped water down banking regulations
"Recent bank collapses that prompted a federal rescue are a reminder of the power still held by Washington lobbyists. It seemed like a good idea at the time, in 2018 Republicans working with president Trump to slash bank regulations joined forces with red state Democrats facing grim reelection prospects. The group passed a bill that rolled back portions of the 2010 Dodd Frank law. The bill was marketed as a form of relief for overburdened community banks, but it also lifted the threshold for strict oversight and mandatory stress testing of large mid sized banks, it is now being blamed for contributing to the collapse of Silicon Valley bank and signature bank whose executives lobbied for the Bill, the effort drew an army of more than a thousand lobbyists, companies and trade groups specifically mentioning the legislation spent more than $400 million in 2017 and 2018, according to an Associated Press analysis, Americans for financial reform, a watchdog group says we can draw a direct line between the deregulation driven by the bank lobby, and the chaos of the last few weeks. Jennifer King, Washington
The Doug Collins Podcast
You Need to Research What You Believe
"Look toward this next cycle though, conservatives and liberals as well need to be very much aware of one thing. You need to actually research what you believe. Liberals who are never challenged by conservatives to think about why they believe what they believe are not very helpful to their own calls. And probably not very knowledgeable on how to defend their calls. And conservatives who've never had their vision or their ideas challenged from a another perspective, a liberal perspective, you're probably really good in chat rooms and watching conservative social media, but you're probably not going to do a very good job for those who need to understand why you believe the way you believe. Why? Because you've not had your ideas tested. These are the things that I want to see coming up in this next presidential cycle. In the next governor cycling, in the next sentence cycle, the next house cycle in the next state legislature cycles is this. Let's begin to have the arguments in that conservatives and liberals lay out there agreements. Lay out their disagreements and say, okay, here's why I believe what I believe. Let each side have time and effort to make sure that they know how to lay out their arguments. Be challenged, change, move, whatever it takes. Because when we look at this, when we get to the point where we just simply are talking to each other and not talking about the country itself and talking about the problems that we've, then we're going to miss it. How do I know this? Because we're already starting to see bumper sticker answers. And what a bumper sticker answer is something you can place on the back of a bumper sticker and thank everybody understands what you're talking about.
The Eric Metaxas Show
James Tour and Eric Discuss the 'Primordial Soup Model'
"I ended up writing my book is atheism dead is because when we had that conversation about the origin of life, I was so astonished, I thought nobody talks about this. So let's talk about this. In the restaurant in Houston, New York. No, no, no. This is when we were with my former friend Elizabeth Blake Moore. You started explaining to me because I think all of us in high school were forced. It was on the test. It was always on the test. How did life begin? So what is the standard model since 1952 when people say, you know, to high school students, the costumes, how life began? What do they say? It's not only the standard model high school students, the standard model to college students and standard model to graduate students. It's in all of their textbooks. And from middle school through graduate school. And it is the primordial soup model. There is a pond. There's a body of water, and there are molecules in that body of water. There are some lightning strikes, and the molecules start coming together, and then they assemble into cells. Those cells start coming together, and you get little creatures that start swimming around in that pond. And then those creatures end up coming out of the pond and start populating the earth. That's the primordial model. That's what's taught.
AP News Radio
North Korea launches missile into sea amid US-SKorea drills
"North Korea fires a missile during military drills. The north has launched a short range ballistic missile toward the sea as it ramps up testing activities in response to ongoing U.S. South Korean military drills, South Korea's joint chiefs of staff say the missile launched Sunday morning from the north's northwestern region flew across the country before it landed in the waters off its east coast, the firing was the north's third round of weapons tests since the military began the joint drills last week, the north views such drills as an invasion rehearsal, the chief nuclear envoys from North Korea, Japan and the U.S. have condemned the launch as a provocation that
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Trish Regan: The Connection Between Canceling Tests Scores & CRT
"I mean, you think about Columbia University. My Alma mater, by the way, saying, okay, you don't need the SAT anymore. Well, part of that is because it's rooted in this CRT, which came out of a lot of academia, specifically law schools, critical race theory, which suggests that you're never going to get a fair shot in this country. If you happen to be born black. And so we need to somehow correct this. And the idea is, well, if we have more people that we allow into these quote unquote Ivy League schools, they'll get that stamp of approval, which will enable them to be on a certain course in life. And the only way may be because unfortunately, and this gets back to some root issues to quote Kamala Harris, rue issues, we got education systems in so many poor minority communities that are beyond messed up Chicago, Compton, out in California and New York City. I did a story years ago about how kids were getting passed from grade to grade all the way to 12th grade. They couldn't read Mike. I mean, this is a problem. And so the answer is somehow, okay, well we're going to just get rid of SATs because we can bring all these people in and I think they're afraid of lawsuits because what about the poor kid who, you know, whose parents immigrated here from India or the Philippines and has been studying his tail off for years and years and years and gets a perfect score on the SAT and straight a's, but that child because he's from Asian descent may not be able to get in. They're preparing for this. There is an agenda. They think they can fix it this way with handouts with college degrees. And the truth is you can't because it goes back to something pretty simple. We need to do a better job organizing at the local level to ensure everybody's got some kind of access to opportunity. We don't do that. When you see Lori Lightfoot out in Chicago, thank goodness Chicago voted her out,
The Dan Bongino Show
WSJ: Kids Will Be Paying for the Lockdowns Forever
"Get a load of this one Jim this just popped Freeman's article that Wall Street Journal just popped up in my notifications Kids will be paying for the lockdowns forever So the Albany times union is reporting that New York which can't educate anyone to begin with New York City especially That they're going to make it easier for students to quote reach proficiency and math and English tests by using the COVID lows when nobody learned anything in the collapse in test scores as the new normal Oh my gosh It's like they can not screw you over enough in these liberal cities It's like how do we stick it to them again Play it again Sam It's like a baseball bat across the head Some guy complained yesterday Said I was like what do you got to probably Everybody's kicking everyone in the nuts on this show It's like a baseball bat across the head Maybe the shoulder They just never stop Do you understand what I just told you New York sucks so bad at teaching their kids because of their failed public school system That in order to make the school system look proficient they're going to use the COVID test scores which completely collapse because the kids weren't in school as the new normal So when the kids hopefully get back to the old normal they'll look super smart but the old normal they were already failing
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Major Questions Doctrine
"Yeah, yeah. General Clement, when I read the D.C. circuit's opinion, which is a two one opinion. I read that after I read your petition for shirt before I wrote my Washington Post column, they seem to treat the Supreme Court new precedent on administrative law the way that the national marine fisheries service treated the comment. It was like a potemkin village notice and comment here. 90% of the notice and comment responses that don't do this, you'll kill us and the national marine fisheries service just dismissed them. Well, the D.C. circuit took a look at what the Supreme Court has been saying about administrative law and they said, we are fully aware of that, but this isn't that. And I said, oh my gosh, this is exactly that. I mean, isn't that your reaction? This is exactly what the major questions doctrine or other changes. Maybe they just need a two by four to get it right. Well, sometimes the court has to give an unmistakable message to the courts of appeals before they'll listen. You know, I had a case last term completely different area of the law. But for years and years and years, the Supreme Court had basically been saying, we've moved away from our lemon test in the establishment clause context. And last term, the court got frustrated with lower courts not getting the message and just made it unmistakably clear in the case involving coach Kennedy. And I think we may need something else in the administrative law area.
AP News Radio
North Korea launches ICBM before South Korea-Japan summit
"North Korea has test launched another intercontinental ballistic missile. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. The U.S. and South Korea are conducting joint military exercises. Here putting together a floating bridge across a river. It's just one small piece of the wet gap crossing operation. Captain Sean kaspersen. We look forward to continuing to train together and building the relationship between the U.S. and the Korean forces will remain ready to fight tonight. Katie cop she Doc. The maneuvers have roiled Pyongyang calling them a rehearsal for invasion. The launch was North Korea's first ICBM test in a month and third weapons test this week. It also came hours before the leaders of South Korea and Japan were to meet in Tokyo, the summit, the first in more than a decade, is expected to focus on North Korean threats, aiming to overcome disputes over history and quickly rebuild security and economic ties. I'm Ben Thomas
Biden Bails out Silicon Valley, Continues to Ignore East Palestine
"The Washington times good paper Biden rushes to bail out Silicon Valley continues to ignore east Palestine Ohio He thought about that rich Isn't that amazing So the Democrats are always about bailing out Democrats The elite donors The bigwigs East Palestinian doesn't even merit a visit by this moron Now you think about that folks And there's going to be more about the money that's gone to the Biden crime family from the communist Chinese and admitted this is unbelievable to me that there's not an ongoing investigation Of Biden and his family forget about hunter hunter is just a little piece of it The big guy at the top none of this would be possible But for the big guy and yet they are covering up for this guy like there's no tomorrow But there's no tomorrow The Biden keeps talking about now that Republicans want to defund the police Because they didn't vote for his massive climate change bill that was dressed up as an inflation reduction bill That had all kinds of stuff in there and we get money to states and cities and he said that money could have been used to hire police but the Republicans voted against it therefore they defund it This is why this crackpot was failing in law school and had a plagiarizing cheat to get through a test Because he's an idiot But if you're an idiot in politics you're righteous If you know how to lie and lie often even if you're caught but you act like you're telling the truth you can become a Democrat party Apparatchik or an official as well It's just incredible to me
AP News Radio
Jennifer King, Randy London And America discussed on AP News Radio
"There's a new top dog among purebreds in America. Randy London with the American kennel club says, for the first time in three decades, the United States has a new favorite dog breed. People really love the French bulldog. Owners describe the flat faced breed as comical friendly and loving. Everybody's always going to love the lab. It is what it is. But when it comes to registrations, the frenchies really pulled ahead. French bulldogs are known to suffer breathing skin and other health problems and their popularity has made them a target for crime, such as the 2021 shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker. London says prospective owners should explore a breeder's history and health testing. She says frenchies pack a lot into a small package. This is not a big dog, and it is an adaptable dog, and it doesn't require a lot of exercise. The nation's other most popular purebred dogs include golden retrievers, German shepherds, poodles, bulldogs, and rottweilers. I'm Jennifer King.
AP News Radio
The small but mighty French bulldog is now the top purebred dog breed in America
"There's a new top dog among purebreds in America. Randy London with the American kennel club says, for the first time in three decades, the United States has a new favorite dog breed. People really love the French bulldog. Owners describe the flat faced breed as comical friendly and loving. Everybody's always going to love the lab. It is what it is. But when it comes to registrations, the frenchies really pulled ahead. French bulldogs are known to suffer breathing skin and other health problems and their popularity has made them a target for crime, such as the 2021 shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker. London says prospective owners should explore a breeder's history and health testing. She says frenchies pack a lot into a small package. This is not a big dog, and it is an adaptable dog, and it doesn't require a lot of exercise. The nation's other most popular purebred dogs include golden retrievers, German shepherds, poodles, bulldogs, and rottweilers. I'm Jennifer King
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Condimnation of American Medicine
"I'm going actually to a topic that does not seem to be a significant as the Silicon Valley bank explosion and Ukraine and the mutilation of children uniquely are bad in the United States as I read to you from the British medical journal. And I will read more from it. To think that the British medical journal has a lead editorial condemning American medicine, American doctors and medical schools and hospitals for the mutilation of children who say that they are the opposite sex especially girls who are far more common, that is a real blow to the prestige of American medicine. And if you are a doctor and you don't speak out on it, you may be a wonderful father or mother and friend and even doctor. But you failed the test and tests are what talk of our character. Doctors who keep silent in the face. Of what their colleagues are doing to mutilate children. Our failing, the test, not everybody is tested in life, almost everybody is at some point. And I asked Jordan Peterson, do you ever know somebody well if they have not been tested and he said, no, it's an interesting response he didn't think about it. It was an immediate no. You only really know someone when they're tested. It may be true. The only really know yourself, perhaps, if you're tested.
AP News Radio
N. Korea test fires cruise missiles amid U.S.-South Korea war games
"On the Korean Peninsula. I Norman hall, South Korea says North Korea has test launched a ballistic missile toward its eastern waters, the country's joint chiefs of staff said the launch was made Tuesday morning, but did not offer further details such as how far the muscle flu, a day earlier North Korea said it at test fire two cruise missiles from a submarine, the launches came after the U.S. and South Korean military began their largest combined field exercises in years on Monday. On Norman hall
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Limits of Reason
"I'm a beginning of my discussion of a chapter in what's so great about Christianity called the world beyond our senses Kant. This is the philosopher Emmanuel Kant, and the limits of reason. Now the limits of reason are critically important because we can all go around talking about reason and logic, but before you do that, you have to investigate what is the domain. What are the areas in which reason can as Kant puts at securely travel? Now, skeptics and atheists like to think that they are veritable, champions of reason, apostles of reason practitioners of reason and body men of reason. Here's Sam Harris. Who says that Christians are well only partly reasonable. Tell a devout Christian his wife is cheating on him or that frozen yogurt can make a man invisible and he's likely to require as much evidence as anyone else and to be persuaded only to the extent that you give it. Tell them that the book he keeps by his bed was written by an invisible deity who will punish him with fire for eternity. If he fails to accept its every incredible claim about the universe and he seems to require no evidence whatsoever. Now, the reason that these skeptics and atheists think that they've got kind of a corner, a patent, a copyright on reason, is they think that they've got a method to discover whether things are true or false. And this method is nothing more than empirical examination and empirical testing in a word, the scientific method. Here is Paul bloom writing in the Atlantic monthly. Yes, our intuitions and hypotheses are imperfect and unreliable but the beauty of science is that these ideas are tested against reality.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
The Life Story of Vivek Ramaswamy, 2024 Presidential Candidate
"It starts really bluntly with the strong family foundation, both with my parents and then the family we're building here in Ohio today. My parents came as immigrants in the late 70s and early 80s. They did not have a lot of money when they came here. But I'd say the number one thing I benefited from growing up, and this is probably the biggest competitive advantage anybody could have. Not some big financial inheritance. In some ways, that would have been an encumbrance. I wouldn't have achieved the things that I had in my life. If that's what I had waiting for me. The thing I benefited from was a family foundation that emphasized education. Emphasized merit emphasized excellence. That was what my upbringing was all about. And I'm really grateful to my parents for it. We're trying to give that to our kids now. Anyway, I ended up going to Harvard for college. I studied molecular biology. I pursued a first career in science. I became a first a BioTech investor, then I actually left to found a BioTech company that was designed to challenge the managerial bureaucracy of big pharma. Big pharma is a broken industry. It's a regulated industry by FDA and it tries to imitate FDA. Well, you know what? As a capitalist, I said that creates opportunity. So I developed a number of drugs in areas that big pharma was not focused on. That resulted in actually 5 FDA approved products. I'm incredibly proud of them. One of them is in an FDA approved drug for prostate cancer today. It's a multi-billion dollar business. I built it from scratch. I let it as CEO for 7 years. But I stepped down from my job as a CEO to focus on this different kind of cancer in America. It was a cancer that threatened to kill the dream that allowed me to achieve what I had. It's this new woke religion. This is not even a religion. It's really a cult. It hasn't withstood the test of time. That's why I call it a cult. You know, climate ism, COVID ism, gender ideology, racial wokeism, that really threatened to kill even Martin Luther King's dream from 60 years ago. And so I couldn't do that as a CEO. I would have damaged my company if I was speaking out while I was still CEO. So I stepped aside. I wrote three books, two of them are out already, woke in and nation of victims, a third one's going to come out later this year. But I traveled the country. I've been to a majority of states, and as much as I, you know, was talking about the problem. I'm a man of action.
"first testing" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Resort fee in this don't even resort. I don't know why. I just like that. It started to sound like a Seinfeld routine. Yeah, I can't stand resort fees. Right. Put it in the price. Yeah, exactly. Thank you, Chris. And also about hotel and Clovis does not have a resort. Good to know. That's a travel tip from Travis ball. No extra charge. Okay, hey, look, who's here? Carl. Let's talk to our fancy fairfax county school board friendship. What? Call first dot com. Hi, Carl frisch. I hear the people are going crazy for the Carl kirsch events. We had our campaign kick-off virtually and in person last weekend and we had somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 people participate all in. We even had some moocs show up at the in person event. It was great. Yay. Well, so it is, I know we've there's been a lot of talk about the State of the Union, but and I get that, you know, when you go and spin rooms, you know, the Republicans say it sucks, Democrats say it was great, but it just seems like you don't even need the polls showing 72% approved to go. He hit it out of the park. I mean, he just. Yes. As a comedian, the way he took on the hecklers was just a thing of beauty. Yeah, he's like, I don't come to where you work or not the subpoena out of your hand. What's interesting? It's like WWE. I mean, we were all aghast when Joe Wilson was the one person that yelled at the president of the United States. You lie. But this is like, yeah. And then he showed them how much money you can raise by making a scene like that, right? And so, you know, Marjorie Taylor Greene was like, I just have to figure out when I'm yelling at him. Yeah. Not what I'm yelling at him about. No, it's like a monster truck rally meets WWE. It is just a disgrace to the floor of Congress. But it turns out that she was actually yelling at Kevin McCarthy, you know, she was like, you lie. But what was masterful about the speech was how he locked Republicans into supporting Medicare and social security. Yeah. You know, this is the party that has not supported Medicare or social security since the creation of Medicare and social security. And so to get them to come out swinging and saying, no, no, no, we're not going to cut Medicare and social security. Now we just have to hold them to it. And it'll be the first test to see if Kevin McCarthy, the speaker, the speaker without close, whether he can actually get his people to vote the right way. I think we all know the answer to that question. But it certainly puts him in an interesting position, given that the entire freedom caucus and a whole bunch of his Republican colleagues would gladly get rid of social security and Medicare. Yeah. I mean, we were talking about Mike Lee's bad acting about what? Oh, I'm so outraged. And it's on tape. Rick Scott made, didn't just write it down, Carl, made a brochure out of it. I mean, that's the thing. The president had all the facts and figures on his side. I mean, I was just reading the Marshall Blackburn tweet that, you know, this is Biden blew up a booming economy in your way. We don't all have short term memory loss. It was only two years ago. And it's been measured the same year over year. So it's not like the numbers have changed. In terms of how they're measured, we know what the facts are we know what unemployment is. We know where we were as a country when he became president. We know what Donald Trump squandered. So I think the American people know that as well. I don't think Sarah Huckabee Sanders is winning over any converts. Yeah. Well, that's what we were saying, both these hearings and her speech. Unless you live in the right wing bubble, it appears to me that it's just imploding on them these here. I mean, at least that we're on the record that Donald Trump is a CS bitch, which I think we all knew. Yeah. But yeah, I mean, just these hearings are already imploding, aren't they? None of these things matter to people out in the country. Unless they're unless people who live on Main Street versus people that live in the Reddit threads, right? And I think there's a world of difference between what those group groups value, right? The people who live in the Reddit thread will hear, we want to get rid of such security and Medicare and they say, all right, but does that mean we get to look at Hunter Biden's laptop? Yes. And if the answer is yes, they're like, I will gladly give up security and my elder years. Yeah, let's talk about this hearing, though. Blowing up on them, you know, the Twitter Twitter kept an entire database of Republican requests to censor posts. I mean, it's also besides the fact that Donald Trump is a CS bitch, which I think can not be said enough. Even though it's on the congressional record now, Carl. But the whole point of that, that is that it's the right wing that was trying to censor. I mean, in terms of the hearings blowing up on them, that's why Elon Musk. Twitter files focus on Democrats with former administration officials and Twitter employees say Trump's team and other Republicans routinely demanded post be taken down. So there's your cancel culture, right? Yeah, well, and that's what this is going to be like, you know? Democrats are going to be some factual information. I mean, like two weeks ago, we were talking about Maxine waters reminding everybody that Donald Trump was like a big stand for all of the world communist dictators. So this is what we're going to continue to return to. And when you don't allow any logic from outside the bubble to get in, you kind of March ahead with hubris to have a committee hearing without thinking what on earth could the other side say? Yeah. Well, okay. So I, just because I would be anything to be a fly on the wall, or is there a tape of this phone call? This is the reporting on yesterday from Rolling Stone. When The White House called up Twitter in the early morning hours of September 9 2019, officials had what they believed was a serious issue to report. Famous model Chrissy Teigen had just called president Donald Trump a CSV. Sure. And The White House wanted to tweet to come down. Let's look at like, I don't know all what other serious things were happening around the world at that particular time. But okay, that exchange reveal during the House oversight committee hearing on Twitter by representative Jerry Conley and others like it are nowhere to be found in Elon Musk's Twitter file releases, which are focused almost exclusively on requests from Democrats and the fed's to the social media company. Former Trump administration officials and Twitter employees tell Rolling Stone, The White House's Teigen tweet demand was hardly an isolated incident, the Trump administration and its allies in Congress routinely asked Twitter to take down posts they objected to. The exact behavior they're claiming makes President Biden the Democrats and Twitter complicit in anti free speech conspiracy to muzzle conservatives. Well, and the other thing, it's like this difference between taking people off committees. Future senator Adam Schiff, who we have on later. You know, he and Eric swalwell and Ilhan Omar, there's no reason to take them off committees. The people that were taking off committees, the Republicans made death threats. So when Democrats did complain, oftentimes they were because they were violent threats or. Republicans would do it. Misinformation, right? Go ahead. Yeah. And Republicans wouldn't do anything to rein them in. I mean, you can almost picture Trump up late at night in the west wing, looking at Twitter being like, Jared, get Stephanie Miller and love you by May 22, off of the Twitter there calling the Cheeto leaning.
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"Bill to ban semi-automatic assault style weapons in Washington has passed its first test in a state House committee, those arguing in favor of House Bill 1240 include Kristen meninsky with the state attorney general's office. She told the House civil rights and judiciary committee, these guns can kill more people fast and many like those used in uvalde and buffalo were bought legally. Banning their sale will not make anyone less able to defend themselves, nor will it make criminals out of law abiding citizens, but it will reduce access to the deadliest weapons used over and over again. Opponents say it would be unconstitutional and will only serve to prevent law abiding people from having means for protection. The bill passed out a committee with 6 Democrats voting yes and for Republicans voting no. One of the two bills to require gun safety training and a ten day waiting period to buy a gun got its first test at the state capitol. Northwest news radio's Brian Harris with the results of the vote. Kirkland democratic representative Amy wall and says we require licenses for fishing and driving, so why not for gun ownership? Requiring basic training on how to handle load, shoot, and store a gun makes everyone safer and responsible. Gun owners agree. A ten day waiting period ensures that they're sufficient time to complete a background check and for persons in crisis creates a buffer between that crisis and having a firearm. Republican representative Jim Walsh of Aberdeen says driving and fishing are constitutionally protected rights, but owning guns and voting are. Following the logic of these bills, would it be reasonable to request training and a permit to vote? The house civil rights and judiciary committee voted 6 to four along party lines to approve House Bill 1143, but took no action on a similar bill 1144. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. Four men are headed to federal prison tonight for a vicious hate crime that changed one man's life forever. Northwest news radio's John lobar cini reports from the federal courthouse in Seattle. The defendants are admitted white supremacists and the attack was nothing short of vicious. U.S. attorney Nick Brown, targeted him, attacked him and have forever altered his life. Simply because he was black. The foreman were in Everett for the annual martyr day event, honoring the founder of the violent white supremacist movement, FBI special agent Rick colotti. They provoked a confrontation with the victim to attempt to justify
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"The brief footage shows a character walking towards a balcony while a large creature climbs the side of a building. It's claimed that the footage is from a sci-fi third person shooter that is being developed in Unreal Engine 5, notably notable leaker dust golem has claimed that they have quote seen a lot more of the game and that the footage is from an older build. Its claim that the game will be worked on through X dev with an unknown external studio. The vibes are very sci-fi, the vibes are a little gears. Obviously, we don't know if this is real. We don't know if anything's going to come up with this. But do you feel like that is a part of a facet of gaming that PlayStation is lacking? Like, do we need our own kind of like sci-fi gears, halo energy IP? I think so. I do think so. I think when you think about the flagship PlayStation IPs right now, there is a definite gap in that particular genre that you're talking about. So it's obviously rumored, but if this is true, then yeah, absolutely. I would love to see it. Yeah, I think too. What stands out to me from this, again, who knows if this is real, who knows what this is, but the idea of, I think, checking that box of more multiplayer games on PlayStation, a more online multiplayer presence. That's been something that PlayStation has talked a lot about. Like, hey, we have two kajillion games and development ready to go. You're going to be living on your PlayStation, but we've yet to really see that payoff. As with anything, it's so hard to get that kind of thing right where players really feel like they're in on that world living on that world, checking in. Again, where are you buy into the checklist? So many people criticize checklist type games, but at the same time, there are so many games that either have that at the forefront or running in the background that I think people can really get absorbed in. So yeah, we'll see, I mean, we had obviously not one to one mechanically, but I feel like, in a sense, Returnal was kind of like getting at that those vibes a little bit. But Returnal isn't. As some people out there deflated me know, it's not necessarily for everyone. It's not the easiest game in the world. So you definitely wouldn't want to have something in that genre that would be more welcoming to a wider audience. Yeah, exactly. And I do think gears is, you know, it's funny I was thinking of gears the other day, like I'm only played the first one, like I played gears war ultimate like probably when I first got my Xbox. And it's just such a simple, easy, enjoyable thing to jump into, like in terms of a multiplayer shooter experience. Yeah, we'll see. Real or not, whether or not PlayStation kind of fills a little bit more of those gaps, let's go ahead and talk about to close out the borderlands movie, reshoots being taken over by Deadpool director. This also comes from Jordan Midler over a VGC who writes, reshoots for the long in development borderlands live action film, have been taken over by Deadpool director Tim Miller. Deadpool reports that original director Eli Roth has handed over the reins of the project for the final two weeks of shooting as he departs for a new project. I'm sorry, just like I had to interject because that's such relatable energy. It's like, oh, is this almost done? You know what? I'm not going to be able to make it. I'm kind of out of here. I got other things to do. Deadline reports that the handing over of the production was amicable. This follows the first testing screens of the films, which took place last year. The film based on the gearbox shooter franchise was scheduled to release in 2022, but there's currently no word on when it will actually release starring Kate blanket as Lilith, Kevin Hart is Roland, Ariana greenblatt as tiny Tina, Jamie Lee Curtis as tanis and Jack Black as clap track, trap. The screenplay that's just a lot of names floating around the screenplay was for the project was written by Craig mazin, who's also the co showrunner of HBO's upcoming the last of us, Craig, really getting that bag this year. During lionsgate's panel at 2022, CinemaCon, the first village of the film was shown, however nothing was released to the public. So far, only an image of the characters in silhouette has been revealed. Paris, are you going to see this movie when it comes out? I don't think so. Wow. Not even for the curiosity of how bad is this going to be? Jack Black claptrap, which is fucking awesome. What's the rest of this movie going to be? Look, the Jack Black movie I'll be seeing is Super Mario Brothers. That one appeals to me way more. And it's funny using that as the analogy. The way that they've shown the Super Mario Brothers movie, even, you know, Chris Pratt, you know, things aside. You know, because people are holding it all back. That's easy doing the boys or who knows. But that excites me. I'm like, that feels so faithful to what Mario is. I want to absolutely go see that Jack Black is going to kill it as Bowser. And I'm a fan of the borderlands series. about this movie is just been for lack of a better term, just eh? I don't know. So there isn't that excitement for me. I do need to see a trailer. I need to see something tangible from that film that wows me to make me want to go to theater. Yeah, I'm in clan to agree. I don't see myself watching this. I think also because as a moviegoer, there are so many movies that I already miss. So the idea of this being one of the ones that I pick up is a little bit less appealing. But Shannon, you're just telling me yesterday. You got you're trying to fill up those movies for a list and stuff. It is true, but I have like, and let me know in the chat or Paris, I'm curious to know how you rationalize or mentalize going to the movie theater because for me, I have AMC stubs, I don't even want to say shout to MC styles, because honestly, MC styles, we got beef. Y'all already know, I know you see my tweets. But I have AMC stubs, so you know, you can see three movies a week, whatever, whatever. I'm like, okay, I want to see a bunch of movies because we're already paying for AMC stubs. It's like 23 bucks a month. You only really need to see two movies a month for that to pay for itself in LA. But at the same time, I'm like, I'm trying to really get my money's worth with AMC stubs. However, I won't see anything, but also a lot of stuff. I'll see stuff that I wouldn't if I had to pay directly for it.
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"City and stoke a recovery. According to Midland realty, the number of transactions in 35 major residential projects jumped to an 8 month high in the two weeks ending January 8th. Some quick numbers, thanks and index down 7 tenths of 1%. The CSI 300 down two tenths of 1%, but then EK has rallied 9 tenths of 1%. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Let's get headline news with Ed Baxter in the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco. All right, thank you, Brian. CCTV says China's COVID surge has reached its peak, millions of Chinese people are taking the road as a holiday period kicks off. The government estimates some 34.7 million trips made in the country Saturday and another 35.4 million Sunday each day around 40% more than comparable last year. House speaker Kevin McCarthy has passed the first test of leadership with passage of new set of rules. It does include the one that makes it easier to challenge him. It gives more power to the right wing of the party. Brazil's capital has been recovering all day after the insurrection by thousands of supporters of jair Bolsonaro, the U.S. is condemning the violence in Brazil and president Joe Biden has spoken with president Lula and has offered a White House meeting in February. Canada wants to become a major lithium supplier to the U.S. Europe and into Pacific for EV production. That would be a competition for China. And one of the major goals for the so called group of three Canada Mexico and U.S. is developing a climate change policy through green energy Canada says it wants to become that provider. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter, this is Bloomberg. All right
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"You know, my father always told me. It's not how you start. It's how you finish. It may have taken him 15 ballots over four days to secure becoming Speaker of the House. But actually, for Kevin McCarthy, the hard part starts now. Today, speaker McCarthy will face his first test in the new role as Speaker of the House with the task at hand being passing a rules package to actually set up how the house is going to run. This is also much like the vote for speaker. Is usually like one of the easiest votes members will take at the beginning of every Congress. Obviously, the speaker vote did not work out to be so easy. We will see if Kevin McCarthy and his team indeed have all the votes they need to pass. The rules package in a more timely fashion. But apart from whether or not McCarthy has the votes and most of our sourcing here at CNN says he is likely to have the votes to pass it, it's the actual content of the rules package that is drawing the most attention because this is the revised rules package that includes all those concessions that McCarthy had to make in order to whoo the conservative holdouts, the so called rebels last week to his side in order to win the speakership. Now, to be clear, we do not yet know all the details of every concession that McCarthy made. But here's what we do know about what is included in this rules package. Any member, any one member of the House can call for a motion to vacate the speaker's chair, meaning it would make it much easier to oust McCarthy as speaker. It would make it much easier to grind the business of the house to a halt and repeat the exercise that we saw last week of somebody needing to amass enough votes to be speaker. Now McCarthy has said repeatedly when asked about this concession that he is not worried that people inside his conference are going to use this Willy nilly to oust him. But this was the very thing that was being threatened that ended up with John Boehner stepping down a speaker. So we have seen it used to change House leadership in some way in recent political past. The rules package also says that any spending bill that is going to pass this Congress needs to include spending cuts elsewhere in the budget. Most notably, this rules package says that there is going to be no raising of the debt limit unless there are spending cuts. Now, just a reminder here, the debt limit is something put in place by Congress to try and tamp down on the excessive debt the United States carries. If indeed we were to breach the debt limit as a country, we would be in default and most economic experts say it could be catastrophic to the American economy if that were to happen. And the current Republican majority, especially this faction that was opposed to McCarthy, seems totally poised to sort of play politics around raising the debt limit. Again this year, it's expected to be reached roughly in October. So that right there gives some members of the Republican conference, the more moderate members, if you will, or more establishment members, if you will, some worry, some pause. There are real concerns about how this divided Republican conference is going to jump this hurdle of the politically perilous issue of raising the debt limit later this year. Another concern among some Republicans in the conference is in this rules package, a cap on discretionary spending at fiscal year 2022 level. So that would amount to basically lower levels for defense and domestic programs. That gives some national security hawks real pause. That some Republicans in the conference are willing to play politics around defense spending, which is in the past, been sort of a calling card of the Republican Party brand to spend big on defense. In addition to how the Republican conference is sort of going to govern itself and do its business in this rules package, there is also the issue of sort of the priorities for this Republican conference and Kevin McCarthy made clear in his first speech as speaker in the wee hours of Saturday morning that that includes this new committee aimed at investigating what he called the weaponization of the FBI. We will hold the swamp accountable. From the withdrawal of Afghanistan to the origins of COVID, into the weaponization of the FBI. We will use the power of the purse and the power of the subpoena to get the job done. Now this committee has been in the works for some time, but an earlier draft proposal shows it was originally planned not to be quite as powerful or as broad in scope as what the rebels last week were able to get Kevin McCarthy to concede to. So before McCarthy changed the structure of this, the panel would have only been able to focus on the FBI, Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security. Well, now, in the latest draft proposal, the committee has a much wider aperture here. It could have the power to investigate all ongoing criminal probes of the executive branch, giving it access potentially to the most highly classified information in Congress. And this committee, this special select subcommittee would be a part of the judiciary committee, and that is going to be chaired by congressman Jim Jordan Republican of Ohio. Now, this panel could be used a couple different ways. It could be a big sort of Donald Trump defense panel, given its per view of overseeing and looking into the Department of Justice investigations into Donald Trump, it also could give new life and a platform to sort of conspiracy theorists about the so called deep state. This is an animating feature in Republican base politics. Now, as I mentioned, our current reporting is that the rules package is likely to pass. But there are a couple of Republicans who are making names for themselves today. One, Tony Gonzalez of Texas, said pretty firmly on Fox News that he is not going to vote in favor of this rules package. One is the defense spending the cut in defense terrible idea. But the other is the vacate the chair. I mean, I don't want to see us owe every two months being locked down. And congressman Nancy mace, Republican of South Carolina, was on CBS yesterday where she clearly indicated she was open to still giving consideration to the rules package, but she was not yet a solid supporter. As you'll remember from last week, Kevin McCarthy can only afford to lose four Republican votes, it's important to remember in all of this, Kevin McCarthy and House Republicans can pass a lot of bills. The likelihood that they become law? Well, that's not very high, given the fact that Democrats still control the United States Senate, and Joe Biden still sits in the Oval Office.
The Tech Guy
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"Yeah, wow. So it's blistering. And this heat shield is made for the same stuff that the Apollo heat shields are made from. It's called avco. But it was, I think we talked about this one point. It's a new formulation. They had missed a bed. They should make it out of the same thing they make those toy blister packs out of. Because you can not they could not get into those. That's true. It would be so much better. Because I've done that before, so. Oh, you can't melt them. Okay, all right. But they had to reformulate the stuff because of EPA regulations, which, you know, give NASA a pass, but they didn't. So they had some trouble. The one tested Orion once before in 2014, it didn't come back at this high speed to add some cracking on the heat shield.
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"And world of national news with Anne hand. Hey Carol hate him, Kevin McCarthy has cleared his first test in his bid to become House speaker winning the Republican vote, but it is a long slog ahead to quell opposition. And as we've been reporting as senior U.S. intelligence officials says Russian missiles have hit Poland, killing two people. The Polish government has not yet confirmed the information, but says top leaders were holding an emergency meeting, Russia denies the reports. Former president Trump is expected to launch his 2024 presidential campaign tonight from Florida, even though many Republicans and donors are asking him to reconsider, or at least wait until the Georgia Senate race is totally settled. Details from Bloomberg's Emmy Morris in Washington. One problem, Republicans say this is bad timing, candidates endorsed by Trump lost key races in last week's midterm elections and that cost Republicans their chance to reclaim the Senate. Still, Trump intends to move ahead with his plans for a third White House run, even as more Republicans abandon him for other candidates, notably Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Will carry Trump's announcement live tonight starting at 9 Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg radio. Thanks, Amy. The Homeland Security secretary is getting grilled over the handling of the U.S. Mexico border in a House committee hearing Republicans pressed Alejandro mayorkas over the record 2.2 million migrant arrests at the border in fiscal year 2022. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was in academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was gonna do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma. Just never judges. She's a true role model. If you're even considering
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"Here's ABC's Martha raddatz This is the first test of the so called sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile a weapon so powerful NATO refers to it as the Satan two It is nuclear capable has multiple warheads is hard to detect and could easily reach the United States in fact could likely reach anywhere in the world Vladimir Putin says the new missile will make those who threaten Russia quote think twice But this is clearly savor rattling on Russia's part Putin's provocative reminder that even though the Russian ground war has had tactical failures it is a country that is nuclear armed But The Pentagon did not really take the bait calling the test routine and confirming that Russia in fact gave notice to the U.S. ahead of the test but routine or not this launch is not at all helpful in this environment In fact earlier this month the U.S. canceled its own ICBM test in an effort to lower nuclear tensions Fractures regularly occur in American political parties but what's happening in part of the northwest isn't a fracture It's more like a great divide Ryan Calvert takes closer look There are differences in extremes in both major political parties but a group of former elected officials say it's time to get back to basics Jack Riggs is a former lieutenant governor He's now a founding member of a group calling itself north Idaho Republicans We believe that the central committee network has alienated most what we would call regular Republicans And therefore we are now called rhinos or Republican in name only Riggs wants to flip that notion on its head because this new group he says espouses what mainstream Republicans always have Idaho's central Republican committee he says has gone too extreme Now why would you be interested in a story about Idaho politics Riggs and his cohorts are convinced mainstream Republicans across the country are being forced to embrace the extreme the untruths and the political fury of today's party extremists Much of it coming from those loyal to Donald Trump We've also seen a network of growing disrespect We've seen a network of people show up at meetings and angry mob if you will trying to intimidate elected officials Something sandy patano former vice chair of the state Republican Party says is not a value they should support And if you needed an example of the divide within the party you merely had to witness the news conference where this new group was announced A man made his way to the platform so he could hold up a giant white sign reading fake Republicans We're not here to do what this gentleman was doing The protester later told our news partner kayak so why.
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"52 metro center 53 Frederick Maryland at 52° We could get up to the upper 50s and a few spots before dropping back down to 45 overnight One 41 knew this afternoon Maryland's governor Larry Hogan's office argues the chats that he's had on the messaging app wicker are not public record but they do show him talking about government matters like COVID tests and more Maryland governor Larry Hogan's used the Amazon based app wicker to communicate with staffers and advisers including telling staffers not to talk about the limited supply of COVID tests during the spring of 2020 That's according to The Washington Post which obtained some of the messages According to the report the conversations were set to be destroyed within 24 hours In Maryland government records are presumed public with some exceptions In a reply to wtp Michael Ricci the governor's communications director wrote there is quote no document retention policy for the office of the governor Kate Ryan WTO P news In Prince William county traffic deaths over the last year reached their highest point in a decade 32 people were killed in car accidents this year alone and that includes 7 pedestrians that were killed That's according to data from the Virginia department of motor vehicles Two of those pedestrians were 13 year old boys that were killed at the same intersection 9 months apart It was at the intersection of James Madison highway and dominion valley drive which are near battlefield high in Reagan middle school since the two deaths summoned the haymarket area have called for pedestrian overpass across the two busy roads And according to the Prince William times the board of supervisors will look to add automated traffic enforcement in an attempt to slow down drivers in the area a measure supported by new police chief Peter newsham Luke lucar debut news Well here we go again the commission that oversees metro rail safety has ordered all the new 7000 series metro trains off the tracks again The Washington metro rail safety commission says those cars will return to service before they met certain inspection criteria In response to the removal of the railcars metro says it will revise the daily inspection process it also says for you the writer there will be no impact to rail service frequency Coming up here on P let's find out what's happening on let me tell you that in just a couple of minutes here on WTO P we will of course have our full forecast and then there is a new Tesla recall to tell you about and we'll have all that ahead on WTO P now one 43 Kick.
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"Week. Cue the music. Music is cute. I don't think we've dusted this piece off for a while. Yeah, that music is ready. It's going and it's not dusty anymore. So that's good, right. Yeah, it's good when it's not digital dusty. Yes. So our chili bowl nationals, we are less than a month away. From the big old honking Tulsa Oklahoma event with drivers coveting salivating for their trophy there and entry list is it's getting kind of heavy on NASCAR, isn't it? It is, well, hey, if you even look at what's happening this week, they've got the Tulsa shootout going this week. Kyle Busch is out there with brexton bush as well. They're both competing. Wow. Kyle Busch even won a heat race from 8th starting spot. All right. And stuff like that. Yeah, yeah. What do we got here? We got the chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, Alex Bowman. Those guys all have something in common. Chase Briscoe, JJ alee and Christopher Bell. I wouldn't discount Kyle Busch. If this goes well, either making a last minute appearance into the lineup here. Or maybe going into next year's chili bowl, he might swap up into that. So we'll see. They should almost have a back at the shop owners camera when they're biting their nails and watching their drivers potentially dying or being mangled or whatever. Right. You know, usually with chili bowl and stuff like that, it's indoors. It's very, very short track and the cars don't quite get up to the kind of levels of speed and craziness that you're used to. So I think this one feels a little bit more tame, even though they do a lot more flipping and stuff in the chili bowl nationals. I think the coroners are a little bit more comfortable with that one because the speeds are a little lower in the chance of injury seems a lot less. I don't think I've seen too many guys and you're very critically in the chili bowl nationals and in recent years. Yeah, yeah. But we do see lots of flips. The flip counter is usually very impressive. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So we'll be seeing that pretty soon. I just wanted to get the listeners appetite ready for it. Yeah, and this is going to be the part of the season where we're giving you 1 a.m. updates on Kyle Larson doing things on dirt out in Australia or something. All sorts of weird stuff. Keep up with us in the off season. This is where things get interesting. Late at night, you never know what's going to happen. Is he going to be over there? That I don't know because he's been kind of skipping a lot of things due to just being the champion. He was major. But at the same time, I think Australia is pretty locked down, aren't they? The last time I checked, they were. I think our Australian followers would be able to help us out a little more. But they've been kind of more of the stringent countries along the way and to their credit. They've done very well with the virus to this point and doing that. But yeah, no, so we'll have to see if that even is a thing. I don't know. Yeah, speaking of that being a thing, the Los Angeles coliseum, fast approaching, they've got a $1 million budget for track preparation. And that's taking shape and the bush like clash, a non points paying event to kick off the season. I kind of our first look at the next gen race car under race conditions on the track action begins Saturday, February 5th with a practice at noon eastern. There's going to be a heat race, a main event. It's going to be like a short track feel. Sunday evening 6 p.m. eastern on Fox, giant, NASCAR, stock cars, downtown Los Angeles, DTLA for those that are here. A quarter mile oval should be fun, however, I hate to be the bearer of bad news. I just have a sense. A crowd will not be allowed. That's my own personal opinion. It's not fact yet, but things are trending in that direction. Let's just hope that with all the prelude that we've been giving this thing and all the press and hype and everything that we've been giving it, hopefully there is a crowd allowed to be there. This is just an event that's possibly once in a lifetime if it doesn't go well. It does go well. You never know. It might be a once in a lifetime. So this is the thing that, you know, people were there to be able to say, I was there, but at the same time, you weren't ready to be safe and you want everybody to continue living their lives as well. See how this goes. But it's interesting with the virus starting to spike again. It might be reduced capacity or no capacity. We'll see. I don't know. Yeah, I want to see. Again, I don't have any inside news. I don't have nothing has been announced. This is just a sense, living here in the state. I kind of have a feeling that's the way it's going to go. And we do still have several months to go. Yeah. Until a decision has to be made. So we'll have to see how this goes. But I guess we really have about two months now to go. But it's closing. It's closing fast. So I want to see what happens. But yeah, hopefully hopefully people are allowed to be there because I think that's an event that is going to be special years down the line one way or the other. This is going to be one that people are going to want to say that they were at if they had a chance to be there. Yeah. You were in Atlanta, did you hear about the big news from there? Yeah, there's going to be a test session with the next gen cars. Not open to the media, except for a one hour period where we'd be allowed to take photos and videos. That's weird. From certain specific angles. So public will not be allowed to be there no fans. But they'll be testing things out to see what packages. What are they hiding? Well, I don't think it's that they're hiding anything. I think it's that they're going to be testing out several different things. And they don't want preconceived ideas from fans saying, I like that one better than this one. Because it's going to be a brand new track, brand new surface. They don't want these cars going so fast that the cars are exiting the track and going through the catch fence. But they also don't want them so locked down. They're not able to do something. They're going to be kind of honing in what package they want for.
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"450 million in total air freight expenses for the year In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Okay Charlie thanks on the flip side a couple of tech names are moving higher Dell and HP both posted quarterly revenue to beat estimates It looks like businesses are spending more on personal computers as they bring employees back to the office S&P futures are down 13 point staff futures down a 125 NASDAQ futures lower by 49 points in the ten year treasury is up 5 30 seconds the yield on the ten year is 1.64% Local headlines and a check of sports up next to this is Bloomberg All right thanks Nate 6 33 on Wall Street Let's bring in Michael barne out to tell us what else is going on in New York and around the world Thank you very much sir an 8 year old boy is the 6th person to die as a result of a man driving his SUV into a suburban Milwaukee Christmas parade more than 60 others were injured in Waukesha Daryl Brooks was charged with 5 counts of first degree intentional homicide for now District attorney Sue offers as Brooks will face a 6th later He has arrest record from three states to include Wisconsin Nevada and Georgia BAC opera as Brooks next court appearance is in January A jury in Georgia were deliberate for a second day in the trial of three white men accused of killing them on Aubrey who was black The prosecution says that the defendants provoked the fatal confrontation defense attorneys in that their clients acted in self defense A jury has ordered 17 white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay $26 million in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 unite the right rally in Charlottesville President Joe Biden has included Taiwan on the list of invitees to his democracy summit Bloomberg's at Baxter reports The president says the goal of the summit is to rally like minded countries around efforts to fight corruption and authoritarianism and to advance global human rights The list includes 110 countries including UK and Japan and the inclusion of Taiwan is sure to be the most controversial because it's sure to infuriate China China has assailed nations companies and international organizations that treat Taiwan as an independent entity President Biden has said in the past that China's president Xi Jinping does not feel democracies can survive In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak NASA has launched a spacecraft on a mission to smash into an asteroid and test whether it would be possible to knock a speeding space rock off course if one were to threaten earth The dart spacecraft short for double asteroid redirection test lifted off from bend and burg Space Force base atop a SpaceX falcon 9 rocket overnight and if all goes well in September of 2022 it will slam head on into the amorphous asteroid at 15,000 mph Kelly fast is a program scientist with NASA's planetary defense coordination office No we're not out of the Woods yet We still got to get that all the way out to dimorphos but this is a huge step along the way NASA's Kelly fast as the asteroid is in no danger to earth just a good target for testing this thing out Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokerage studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries Michael Barr this is Bloomberg John Michael thank you Yeah it's now 6 36 on Wall Street this time for the Bloomberg sports update Here's John Stan shower Hey John Nixon struggled at home this.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
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"The federal reserve has its mind from american public media. This is marketplace in los angeles. I'm kai ryssdal. It is wednesday today. The second of september good as always to have you along everybody on the theory that it is good to understand why things that are in. The news are happening. Let us begin today with a brief disquisition from fed chair. Jay powell about its announcement. Day that sooner rather than later perhaps a lot sooner the fate is gonna start cutting back on some of the help it has been giving this economy the past year and a half specifically what has come to be called tapering. The fed gradually slowing down. It's bond purchases the test for Beginning our tapers that we've achieved substantial for further progress toward our goals of inflation and maximum employment. That's what pal and the fed have been saying all year substantial further progress and we are getting there and for inflation. We appear to have achieved more than significant progress substantial further progress so that that part of the test is achieved in my view and in the view of many others. I mean we've talked about inflation right. You and i know need to review so the question is really on the maximum employment test. Guess ms pal. Yes it is. I guess my own view would be that. The substantial further progress test for employment is all but met others on the federal open. Market committee differ in degree. Not really in substance which is to say the taper is close and so once we've met those two tests once the committee decides that they've met and that could come as soon as the next meeting. Next meeting by the way is the first week of november but look everything pal said today is great and important to understand because what the fed does affects basically everything in this economy. But as we like to say around here you gotta make me give a darn marketplace's revenge your got that assignment today. March of twenty twenty lockdowns came to the us and so did an overwhelming sense of anxiety markets for not functioning very well. Randy crasner is a former fed governor and an econ professor at university of chicago. They were so much tumult that the fed jolted needed to make sure that the pandemic health crisis didn't turn into a financial crisis so the feds started basically printing money and using it to buy bonds. Ken kutner is a professor of economics at williams college. E billion dollars a month in treasury bonds and forty billion dollars a month in mortgage back securities a hundred and twenty billion dollars a month every month to this day basically artificially propping up the price of bonds but of all things to prop up why bonds the intention was to push down long term interest rates driving bond prices has the effect of lowering their interest rates and intern lowering lots of other connected interest rates in the economy interest rates. You might just care about lower. The borrowing costs of households on the mortgages for example and lower the cost of corporations to borrow by issuing their debt. This whole operation has kept a lot of people's mortgage rates down. It's been keeping some companies afloat. It's been a fire hose on the financial fire of this pandemic and soon it's going to start turning off eric. Stein is chief investment officer for fixed income at eaton. Vance people should care because there are effects on the economy if it's done incorrectly. The fed doesn't want to abandon a fragile economy too soon. And the last time. The fed tapered off stimulus. Markets were caught off guard and had a meltdown and they called taper tantrum but the fed has to shut off the faucet eventually or it could risk serious inflation. So it's been talking about it a lot. They don't want to spook the market and they're not entirely sure about the pace of the economic recovery. And i think that's was leading to this back and forth and talking about talking about talking about tapering. Turn off the fire. Hose too soon and the fires not out. Turn it off too late and you flood the whole neighborhood that is why we care about tapering in new york. I'm sure for marketplace on wall street today. Washington is nowhere. On economic policy the fed is talking about tapering and yet up stocks went..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"Looks like we are mostly cloudy and 68 degrees. Cocoa news time is 8 51. Let's go. Don't wear Mark Hoppus is updating fans on this battle against cancer he was on twitch shouldn't told fans on good days. He Goes out and does stuff, he said. He's been able to do things like take a walk cleaning house hang out with his dogs. But he said the bad days chemo makes him feel like a poisoned, electrified zombie leaning up against an electric fence. The script is, um Yeah, Actually, that's I hear chemo is just awful. Just horrible. The blink 1 82 Front man said he wants to go out and hang out with his friends. But his white blood count is way too low for that. A Wisconsin woman is breaking her own record based on the amount of Smurfs memorabilia that she's collected ghirga sugars. Originally set the Guinness World record for largest collection of 6320. She's doubled that now to 11,455 items. That's a lot of Smurf fish. A lot of blue sure says she's collectives worst memorabilia since she was seven or eight years old. And, um, it's become a decades long hobby slash obsession. That's just a lot of and a lot of blue hair man that flying car that we were promised in the Jetsons. May not be that far away. A flying car completed a test flight before reporters. Air car flew for 35 minutes between two Slovakian cities on Monday. When it landed, it took less than three minutes to transform it back into a car. Then they drove it through town. I must have this. I must must have it right now. Eric Carr has spent 40 hours in the air so far and can fly about 600 Miles at a height of 8200 ft and has a BMW engine and runs on normal gas. The cars wings fold didn't run down the sides when it's in its car form. Awesome. I need it. A blind man has invented what could be a game changing tool to aid the visually impaired. Turkish inventor Curse at Selanne was born blind and relies on the use of a cane to get around now his he's created, uh, smart Kane called a. We walk as a blind person while I am walking on the street. We.
WNYC 93.9 FM
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"Bridging Science in the Arts by supporting books such as Julie's Worsted Johnson and Christopher Cookie knows Beyond Earth's end the poetry of space flight more at Sloan dot org's This is morning edition on W N Y C. I'm David first. Early voting starts tomorrow for a City Council seat and Queens. It was held by Donovan Richards before he was elected Queens borough president. Now there was a special election to replace him. It's the second special election of the year and that the second go at ranked choice voting. David Brand, managing editor of the Queen's Eagle, and Mark Healy, editor in chief with the wave have been covering the race and they join us now to talk about a good morning. David ranked choice. Voting is the new way that all New Yorkers will vote in city elections, and it's supposed to level the playing field for new and lesser known candidates. That's not what happened in the first special election a few weeks ago, But things could be different here because there was no clear front runner. Right. How would you describe this race? Right? So then that first special election we had one candidate. Run away with it. That was former Councilman Jim Genero buying for his old seat. But here we have nine candidates and I don't think any of them bring the same type of block of votes where they could get 50% on that first ballot, so we'll see. This could be our very first test of rank choice voting where one candidate Maybe gets 30%. Another candidate gets 25% and then they have to drop the lowest performing candidates until we can get someone with 50%. And so I'm really looking forward to see Who is able to appeal to people as second choice or as a third choice, because I think that's going to really Important here, Okay, There's a lot to watch here. Mark candidate to pass. Our casino ran for the seat in 2013, and he almost won. He's part of the Orthodox Jewish community, a powerful voting block in Rockaway. What are the issues that are important to this community? Socket has been very active in visible member, you know, on the peninsula for a lot of different communities, and I think that's why he has a little bit of a slight advantage. He's been around, and that's a big factor in Rockaway. Really when when you When you talk about Far Rockaway specifically, you're talking about a A collection of neighborhoods that have been ignored by the city for a really long time. There's people seem to think that Sandy, you know Superstorm Sandy came and went, and maybe it did in other communities in Rockaway. As several of the candidates brought up. You know, we're still dealing with all kinds of issues. And when Donovan Richards took over in 2013 very skilled politician, somebody who works very hard You know, he has now created an expectation. That issues like housing issues like the economy and jobs and job creation that the city you know, while the focus is on development You know, you need a very strong voice there, and I think that because of Donovan that expectation level is that the person who comes in can do that same kind of working with the city to get the best for that area, So that's why I think it's it is an important race. David. The district also covers Springfield Gardens Rochdale Laurelton. These were traditionally black, middle class neighborhoods where the home ownership rate was very high until Thies communities were devastated the foreclosure crisis of 2008 What is top of mind for those residents today? Look foreclosures, definitely an issue that people are concerned about maintaining their homes. Throughout this crisis. Affordable housing in general throughout the district and something I think Mark could definitely talk about in the Rockaways. Um, And then there's you know, public safety. The violence has been on the rise and so balancing public safety and police accountability. Another issue definitely transportation. It takes a very long time to get to Manhattan. I thought with Don and Richard yesterday, and he's like, you know what time it It's longer to get to it takes longer to get to Manhattan. From that portion of the district in southeast Queens, and it doesn't get to Florida from JFK Airport. Oh, my goodness. Okay. Mark and David. What about ranked choice? Voting? A poll came out on Wednesday that showed 88% of voters hadn't heard a lot about it. Does that fit in with what? You're both hearing from voters? Mark, Let's start with you. Yes. Short answer. It's a simple answer. Uh, maybe not what you want, but it really is it Z confusing and I think that at the end of the day It was something that people voted for. That sounded like it would be good and fair. But there really hasn't been a lot of thought behind implementing it. Okay, David, What are you hearing? No, I agree. I think I think most people probably don't know what it is just yet, but voters. They're smart people in the district. They're smart. They're going to go to the polls. And even if they're not totally familiar with it, they'll see the new ballot. Figure it out. It'll spread by word amount that way. I also think it's kind of a lower pressure test because We'll be back with the primary for full term. This is just this election just to finish off Donald Richards term will be back in five months in June to do it all over again by that so many chances to sort this out. Yeah, And it's gonna be interesting. You know, you hear a lot of people called bullet voting where you You have the option of rank five. But you just hit that one person that you think is going to be best. I imagine pay stock. Messina is going to get a lot of support from the Orthodox community who will be voting just for him. I know a lot of people there supporting Silvina Brooks Powers. She has I'm the institutional support Donald Richards has endorsed her. Greg Meeks has endorsed her, and then some of the other candidates who are working more together. Manny Silver. Nancy Martinez. Reverend. Sure when James have all announced that they're going to cross Vote each other to or not cross endorse but rank each other on their ballots. So but if I could just Like something, Uh, last night W. N Y. C. Bridget Bergen and I moderated a forum with seven of the candidates and we discussed ranked choice voting and it was also an opportunity. Thanks to common cause to educate people about rank choice voting, and so that's on Facebook. If you want to check that out, learn a little bit more about the candidates and their stances on right choice voting and just what rank choice. Voting is. Okay. Early Voting starts in City Council district, 31 in Queens tomorrow. Election Day is February 23rd. David brand from the Queen's Eagle and Mark Healy from the wave. Thank you both for joining us. It was a pleasure. Thanks.
"first testing" Discussed on WTOP
"Is and their own health or the health of the loved ones in the middle of a deadly pandemic. The president has taken several actions during his first days in office to both control the virus and offer economic relief. But joining us live Now I'm none. The vase, senior national correspondent for the PBS news hour Who is guest moderator for Washington week tonight. I'm no thanks for joining us. The White House is pushing for nearly $2 trillion relief package in Congress. It says the executive actions cannot replace the comprehensive Congressional response. But many Republicans are pushing back on that dollar figure. Where do you see this battle going? Hi, guys. Thanks So much for having me. This is clearly going to be one of the biggest test and first test for this Biden administration. As you mentioned, Biden is now making the case. This is an economic imperative. This is a moral imperative that he said just a little while ago. We're not the kind of country that lets people go hungry and get kicked out of their houses. At the same time. You've got Republican pushback already. You've got Sort of a newfound fiscal restraint among the many, many senior Republicans Lucy Graham among them who has made the case saying, Look, we have to do something We all agree we have to do something that this bill is not it. So in many ways, you know, we thought candidate by doing running on the fact that it was his long standing relationship with his Senate colleagues, former Senate colleagues that was going to help him to push through some of these efforts that need to get done in these times of crises. This is gonna be one of the first big test. So we're gonna wait and watch and see where it goes. Among those the you're in touch with Are they encouraged by the steps being taken by the new administration to drastically increase the number of covert vaccinations that we get in the U. S each day? Watching any mayor, you talk to any governor, you talk to any local experts, doctors on the front lines, all of whom we've been speaking to, they know, we need to see that vaccine production ramped up. We need to see the supply production ramped up. They were encouraged that has long been calling for the invocation of the Defense production act to do just that on both fronts. At the same time with the Biden administration is inheriting is what the Trump administration left behind, which we've heard has been sort of a scattershot, undefined national plan. If you could even call it a national plan, and so in many ways, the fact that we've been able to reach a million vaccinations today. That is something to be celebrated by the administration. They said. They were going to do it. They've done it. But the experts agree that is not nearly where the vaccination rate needs to be in order to move the country out of the pandemic, And so this isn't a real big test. You know, when you inherit multiple crises, One of the questions is where to put the resource is an energy first. If you can't get the funding through to make sure that local and state health departments have what they need to be able to carry out vaccine distribution, it doesn't matter how much vaccine you have produced, so there are multiple layers that the administration needs to try to deal. With it once and at the same time the pandemic isn't getting any better. What's your biggest takeaway from this historic week? Where to begin. I mean, yeah, I know That's a big big question in one week, you know, it was just so much happened. I was out there two weeks prior covering the insurrection in the storming of the capital, and then we were live covering the impeachment a week later, and then suddenly I was out on the mall. Another week after that, watching the new administration being sworn in. It is It is a little difficult to process Just how much has happened in this country over the span of a few weeks, and with any transition of the new administration, of course, comes New plan. New Mission statement. New values You still, however, got a little bit of a hangover from the previous administration because we now know the house is going to transmit that article of impeachment over to the Senate on Monday, So at the same time you got the Biden administration trying to move ahead and address these crises. You've got folks in Congress still focusing on accountability for what happened on the capital on the sixth effect of January. And so we're in a very strange time in America. There's a lot going on at the same time or goal on the show tonight on Washington week, try to unpack it all and make sense of it all. But historic is the right word. Historic for sure, Surreal in a lot of ways this past week looking forward to your program tonight. Thanks so much. Thank you guys. I'm not advises the guest Moderator of Washington Week. You can catch it tonight at eight on TV 26 another week on Wall Street now in the books. What happened, Jeff by the close of that was down 179 points, but the NASDAQ closed at a record for the third straight day. Money news in 10 minutes on double D TV.
860AM The Answer
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"Suddenly talking about the tech stock is set to create 50,000 new jobs Right here in America. Donald Trump himself called what they're doing the eighth wonder of the world, and the company is collecting billions from the tech giants, including over 30 billion just from Apple, Nokia and Microsoft. Yet Here's the most intriguing part. This $3 stock trades under a secret name. Just go to one stock retirement now dot com to get the whole story streaming now on smart speakers and radio dot com 8 60 AM Theater. Welcome back America to hear it. One of the first test of the Biden administration will. What does it do regarding the JCP away the long dead? Joint program of Advanced Action or whatever it's called with Iran. That was the Obama administration. Greatest misstep. The brainchild of the mentor neck, Um, MSNBC, Ben Rhodes. It's discredited. It did not work. And Dr Michael Oren is written in the Atlantic. Why? It's a bad idea. Good morning, Dr Oren. Welcome. How are things in Israel? Sonny. You know, I had my second vaccination last week. Looking better and number two begins down. That's that's the good news. That is good has been very But the JCP away would be bad news. Tell us summarize our line was but but we have to see what they're gonna do this thing and this article that critics in the Atlantic and I think it's very important that it wasn't Atlantic Atlantic Extra Liberal America. That's exactly why this is a terrible, terrible deal. It's terrible for Israel publicly released, Ultimately, it's terrible for the United States. Um, you know the notion that it blocks Iran's past with Obama's completely wrong, it paves Iran's path to the bomb. It doesn't stop Iran from from enriching uranium to make bombs, including a great number of bombs and another seven years when all the Santa Claus is kicking, it doesn't disable any part. The nuclear infrastructure. We've seen how that worked. Iran just decided to start enriching to 20%. It could do that, because it has all the machinery. It has the advance Centrifuges doesn't take away any of that. So, um Hmm. S so yesterday, the first action of team, Biden was to rename the ambassador of the United States to Israel, the ambassador to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza. What did you read into that? Miss. Take e Think of just a mistake. It happened. You know it had been me after Masters inaugurations. It happens. It's like a sort of mispronouncing Obama's name When you think sworn in You know things. Things happen. What? What is it intended to signal? I mean, what does does it change Any fact on the ground, or is it posturing for that tiny slice of the Democratic party? That is anti Israel. What is it? No, because it's ambassador to all three would suggest actually, just the opposite. That traditionally the ambassador of the United States to Israel is not in charge of the West Bank and Gaza that's telling her different jurisdictions. Still in New Jersey in the West Pakistan the jurisdiction of the conflict, The General and East Jerusalem, which acted as a defacto American embassy to the Palestinians, and was Donald Trump of clothes that I would assume that this administration we opened That conflict on that that that would be separated once again from the jurisdiction of the embassy. Now there is not yet been an announcement of who will be. The ambassador is real, and it matters quite a lot given beyond going Abraham Accords and Mauritanian Indonesia. We're close. Who would you welcome is a likely appointment from Team Biden to take George Freeman or Ambassador Friedman's position. Look, there are number of candidates. I know them personally. And I don't want to 60 about any one of them. They're all good. Really. Everyone I've heard. So it was very, very good. Not concerned about them At the end of the day, you know ambassadors, with all due respect to ambassadors, we don't make policy. We carry out, fellas. And that's that. Adam Baxter's gonna be a conduit. He's going to be someone who's gonna explain it. Someone who defends those policies. If the by adminstration does go ahead JCP leg that ambassador have to explain that. To a country that's going to feel deeply deeply threatened by that agreement, and that's by the way across the board. It's multi partisan in this country. The left the right the up and down everybody says the same thing about the JCP away as though you're Arab partners Now you know the U A. E the rain, The Saudis. None of them want the JCP away back. It is truly Self inflicted wound quick political question, Dr Oren Channel, 12 says. Look who it is up to 30. It's rising. What I gather from polls is West direction or people going. It's rising new hope, which is SARS pot party is declining, Yaman e. Neftali Bennett is holding up are picking up. What's the direction? What's it feel like to you? Because I think these are very important for America. And I think I told you, I think now several weeks and running Watch. Watch this and I'll go up in the polls. And there are many factors. You know, The sort of the newness is as rubbed off now and didn't get in the car. Uh, party, but it's not just that the fact that you know I'm now a week after my second vaccination. My wife's getting her second vaccination today. That is, will be the first fully vaccinated country on Earth. Much of that is thanks to the prime minister, not how you cut And the people going back to work getting your job back in their lives back. I'm gonna feel beholden to him and I thought about vaccination tourism That is that you come to Israel will vaccinate you at Ben Gurion Airport. I think that's a great idea. Let's get into it. You may I just think that you know, I'm getting on a plane. I go get on the island, fly there and get back soon because I'm gonna wait forever to get a vaccine in California, or D C So I've heard very good anyway. Well, boat will come back. You know your your HMO's announce. They're going to start vaccinating people. 35 older. That's remarkable. Michael Oren. 35 and over and also 16 18 the same time, So it's e got. The process is amazing. You go with the fish. Everything time you got a certain time to get a number. People are nice. It's plain you're in and out. Last time.