35 Burst results for "First Vaccine"
Bombed not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode
"Residents of Ukraine's capital have switched into survival mode a day after Russian missile strikes plunge the city in much of the country into the dark, in scenes hard to believe in a city of 3 million people, some key of residents resorted to collecting rainwater from pipes, friends and families scramble to find out who had electricity in who had water, the cafes that had both became oases of comfort for many resident Alexi COFF pace of calmly recounted how he was in the subway at the moment of the strikes. I hadn't explosion and the electricity suddenly disappeared. When I got out of the subway, there was a column of smoke. When I got there, the police were already there, and they didn't let people in. Well, horror was happening here touring the city of dnipro WHO Europe chief Hans Kruger warned of the disaster that could unfold if blackouts throughout Ukraine continued for much longer. Right now, there is a blackout in the whole city and the whole oblast. How can a hospital function without electricity? How can maternity wards function without incubators, vaccine storage without fridges the winter promises to be a long one, but Ukrainians say that if Russian president Vladimir Putin's intention is to break them, then he should think again. I am Karen Chammas
Liberal Media Sounds the Alarm on Another COVID Variant
"And now we're getting these warnings that with Thanksgiving coming your Thanksgiving is about to become a super spreader event So again gotta ask the question are we in a pandemic or are we not in a pandemic Because if we are in a pandemic and everybody should be masking up again well then why can't we use title 42 to keep our border safe and make sure people are not bringing in communicable diseases like perhaps I don't know the new variant of COVID they're talking about Oh yeah I heard that scary report today The new variant now completely resistant to any and all vaccines But since most people have already had COVID it's nothing to worry about since your natural immune system will be able to fight it off But of course the scary headline is new variant that nothing can stop except your own natural immunity because anyway so again we had a pandemic where we not in a pandemic
The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU
"A meanwhile, The New York Times eager to blame any spread of COVID on you. If you use anything they consider to be a far right platform, that includes gap. Now I don't use gab, but I don't know what's on gab. All I know is that it's a year after omicron surge officials see a reduced COVID threat this winter, who are the officials, Anthony Fauci, does anyone care no? Really? I mean, I've never seen such shattered credibility from the public health agencies ever. A lasting legacy of COVID far right platform spreading health myth. Now, I think that's absurd. Here I am, a conservative talk show host center Wright, perhaps got my two boosters, told this in the beginning, get your two vaccines, got your three boosters. I've got them still haven't had COVID. I fully expect somewhere down the road. I will get it, and I help my immune system has developed the necessary antibodies. No misinformation, there is a tunnel full of people who want to worry about that and that they're fine, but they don't do it on right wing. They find each other everywhere. You don't need to say this is a conspiracy theory. It's not. The CDC dropped the ball the FDA dropped the ball. Parts of the Trump administration originally, while they were doing warp speed, dropped the ball on the communications because they were being driven by Tony Fauci. And now the entire government is wrapped up in trying to prove that they didn't do anything wrong. In fact, public health completely botched the entire pandemic.
Rep. Chip Roy: We Need to Preserve the Culture of Our Military
"It would be really cool to have a military focused on Dan bongino and his listener is not getting dead So thanks for doing what you're doing there You can tell us what's going on in more detail and we'd appreciate it Yeah it's great I mean look at you and I both know and your listeners know wokeness is creating a destructive division And it's destroying our military destroying what you know creating division within the ranks It's creating a culture the rewards have failed incompetent leadership like abandoning Afghanistan and it's a Marxist derived ideology that's giving China a clear strategic edge over us And so senator Marco Rubio from Florida and I our teams teamed up and we put out a report to go to the American people can see some of the things going on right It's like secretary Lloyd Austin Signing a memorandum directing all service members and DoD civilian employees to get up to one day stand down to discuss extremism in the ranks Of course there was a report that said out of 2.1 million active duty and reserves there were fewer than a hundred cases which is .005% They hired a guy to put in charge of the countering extremism activity working group who's a total known leftist and activist Who denigrates conservatives and stated systemic racism is one of our great national security challenges I could go down the list The service academies right The admiral told midshipman at the naval academy that they need to read how to be an antiracist Professor at the airport said don't refer to mom and dad It might be offensive And I could go on and on and that were destroying the culture of the military We have vaccine mandates that are killing our recruiting ability We have sex reassignment procedures that are being funded by the military Hell they won't even let you be in the military If you've got frigging braces but they're going to say oh sure sex reassignment procedures I could go on and on but we've got to stop it We got to stop funding it Republicans could have got to get serious about making sure the culture of our military is preserved and protected
Rejecting Medical Myths
"I have no problem. I don't care if it sounds like I'm bragging. I don't care how it sounds. It's more important. The issue is more important than me. I was right the whole time about lockdowns about vaccinations. I was right the whole time. April 2020, I said it was the greatest universal mistake ever made. Sweden proved me right and the decimation of young people in this country proved me right as well. The sick world of the hypochondriac left wing teachers of this country, what they produced, the damage they did to your children, desecrated the word teacher. It's okay. The number of people in medicine who have desecrated the word medicine is also very high. So here's another one. Gradually, in the sick world of The New York Times, which lied to you about people who oppose the vaccine as fanatics or people who oppose lockdowns as fanatics, and supported the firing of people for not getting vaccinated and supported kicking out the best of our military who refused to be vaccinated. Why a healthy person and you don't get physically healthier than the average person in the military like 22 years old and great shape. Why they should get this, the chances of there being hurt by the vaccine were greater than their chances of being helped by the vaccine for a healthy young person.
Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes
"Pfizer says it's updated COVID-19 booster shot may offer some protection against new mutations of the omicron variant The original vaccine had been tweaked to address the omicron variants and the dominant one at the time was be a 5 While this new shot does produce an immune response for that variant it appears it can also target four additional omicron subtypes including the worrisome BQ one one a 9 fold increase in antibodies against that variant compared to only a twofold increase from the original shot but more studies are needed and this data released by Pfizer has not been peer reviewed Moderna also recently announced early evidence its updated booster induced antibodies against BQ one one now responsible for some 24% of COVID cases I'm Jackie Quinn
Senator Josh Hawley on the Unconstitutional Censorship of Americans
"Play cut three 75 senator Josh hawley on fire three 75. A federal judge has just found as a finding of fact mister secretary that your office and I'm going to quote now is supervising the nerve center of federally directed censorship. Facebook writes again to HHS and highlights that Facebook is increasing the strength of our demotions for COVID and vaccine related content. We have example after example of this administration coordinated apparently, according to a federal court by your agency, pressuring coercing social media companies to engage in censorship. Is that constitutional? That is unequivocally false. It's what the emails show. It is unequivocally false center. You are not pressuring the big tech companies to take down accounts. You are not meeting with them to ask them to censor on your behalf. That is correct. We are not. Senator hawley, either he's lying or the documents are lying, your thoughts. He's lying. I mean, this is a guy who lies and he lies and he lies. He said there was no disinformation board. That was a lie. He said there was no plan to coordinate censorship across federal agencies. That's a lie. He lied today about his own internal studies in the Homeland Security department that had been published. We could see them. They've been leaked to the press. They say that DHS wants to make a top priority monitoring and taking down a quote unquote disinformation by Americans on what topics you might ask. Oh, on topics like COVID vaccine. COVID mandates, U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, what does this have to do with keeping Americans safe? Nothing. It has everything to do with censorship. This is this administration's top priority censoring Americans that they don't like. Charlie, it's sick. It's unconstitutional, and we have to stop it.
Trump Disturbs Republican Unity
"I have a critique when a man comes out and says that the vaccine was the single most greatest achievement accomplishment, at least one of the accomplishments in United States history. Simultaneously, people are losing their jobs, people are being harassed, bullied, kicked out of restaurants, unable to travel, unable to go see their families, literally the country's being pit against each other because of this vaccine. Yet Donald Trump comes out and says it's one of the greatest inventions because he had something to do with it. Of course I'm upset about that and of course I'm going to criticize him on that fact. Also, as of late, he came out in the middle of a midterm that's daunting to the Republican Party. It was not a landslide like we expected. You can't keep talking about everybody cheating. It was not a performance that we expected. This is a point in time where Republicans need to need to come together. Republicans need to revisit what's going on. We need to try to figure out a strategy to win in the future and also finish out with the candidates that are still on the board fighting for a win.
Jack Posobiec and Charlie Talk 2022 Election Trends
"Right now is Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program, Jack. I want to get your take on this on what's happening in Arizona. You were here on the ground with us all last week, and this is still ongoing. There's a lot of confusion. I mean, last night, you could have just you could have just put me over with a feather when I saw that Kerry Lake when 54.5% in some of the reddest precincts. Jack, what is your thoughts? Yeah, Charlie, one thing that I want to look at and as I go through the Pennsylvania numbers and myself is, is something that I think might actually bear out as to a larger trend that we're seeing here in the 2022 results. And it's not even necessarily so much a trend in terms of the issues per se, but we keep looking back and saying, why don't these numbers match the things that we saw in 2020, right? Why not the things why don't the and not just specifically the margin of victory, but when you go through the cross tabs, vote group by vote group that demographic by demographic, people turning out in different buckets. One thing and again, we're all kind of brainstorming here at the you were still in that fog of war moment. But internal migration, okay? So in certain states on the east coast, I'm an east coast guy. So on the east coast, you had a lot of people in Pennsylvania and New York. Pennsylvania New York were hit hard by lockdowns throughout 2020 and then vaccine mandates in 2021. In fact, where I am in the Washington D.C. area, we are still under vaccine mandates. I can't take my family certain places because of that. We actually had to cancel some plans this weekend because of that. Where did those people go? Well, of course, they all went to Florida. They filled Florida up and continued Florida on its trajectory that would set in path, obviously by Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis by turning it into just one of the reddest states that you'll find in the country, right?
The 'Cancelling' of Laura Osnes and Nathan Johnson
"Would happen? What began this canceling of Laura osnes and Nathan Johnson? Yeah, it kind of happened overnight. I was, as you said, very blessed to have several years of success in New York City. And I do not take that for granted. I loved every second of it. My Broadway dream came true. And I got to live that dream for several years. And I'm really grateful. But all of it kind of flipped overnight. I had agreed to do this was last summer 2021. I had agreed to do a one night concert. A benefit concert as a favor for a friend. And all of a sudden, the venue for the concert, this is on Long Island, was mandating the COVID vaccine. And reached out to me. It's hard to process this or at least it's hard. It's hard for me not to interrupt my guess when they say something like that because I live in New York and the madness, we never have to stop talking about this. The lunacy. I mean, it's just, it's extreme. I've written about different periods in history, and I never dreamt that in the United States. I would bump up against this kind of stuff. And during this COVID stuff, I've never seen such, you know, what do you call it? Stupidity, just like tremendous stupidity, you know, and you just think, this makes no sense. And we all have to kind of comply or we were bullied into complying or we had to push back or whatever. So it's kind of an amazing thing that they're telling you, yeah. If you want to perform here, you got all these accolades, but you need to get that shot. And that's another subject, but you're telling me that this was in the middle of 2021. Yes, this was summer of 2021. This was actually before a lot of the public mandates came about and probably September. You know what I mean? Things started to mandate around then, and to be honest, the theater industry still mandates, equity, the actors equity union, still requires all actors on the stage to be triple X or quadruple vax, even though the audience doesn't have to be. I don't know if you know this, but Fran Drescher just came out. Wonderful wonderful video saying like, you know, I'm vaccinated, but she was disgusted by what we're talking about. This idea that everyone in the industry you want to work, you know, you've worked your whole life to get to this point, but now you need to get this experimental injection. Hey, maybe it'll kill you, but at least you'll have a job
The Left Are Trying to Redefine Words Once Again
"Playbook by the way who I read every morning It's like the lefty Bible Playbooks already trying to redefine words again You know they already redefined recession Remember recession which has a technical definition two terms of negative GDP two quarters excuse me Well when Biden got us into a recession all of a sudden they had to redefine recession Now they want to redefine vaccine playbook now wants to redefine what a wave election is too Folks I'm not I wish I was making this up I am not This is what we're dealing with And it censorship brigade out there All they want to do is shut you up
Pfizer study says updated COVID boosters rev up protection
"Pfizer says a study of their updated booster shots shows a significant improvement in antibody levels In newly released findings Pfizer says antibody levels jumped 13 times higher in people 55 and older a month after getting its updated COVID-19 booster And four times the levels generated by an extra dose of the original vaccine Among younger adults antibody levels rose 9 and a half times It's too soon to know how much real world protection that translates into the shots rolled out in September but the CDC says only a little more than 26 million Americans have gotten their updated booster which is tweaked to target the most common strain of omicron variant The FDA's vaccine chief doctor Peter marks says the new data while preliminary should encourage people to get their bivalent booster before the holidays health experts say it's shaping up to be a rough winter with an early flu season children's hospitals already packed with patients battling another respiratory illness called RSV and COVID cases expected to rise I'm Jennifer King
China Agrees to Approve BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine for Foreigners, German Chancellor Says
"At a visit by German Chancellor ola Schultz Chinese president Xi Jinping has called the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine and has warned against the conflict going nuclear She is quoted by a state broadcaster CCTV saying at present the international situation is complex and changeable influential powers China and Germany should work together in times of change and chaos to make more contributions to world peace and development on Ukraine she said the international community should call on all parties concerned to exercise rationality and restraint conduct direct contacts as soon as possible and
Moderna misses on 3Q, shaves 2022 vaccine expectations
"Vaccine maker Moderna says they missed some targets in their third quarter results and is shaving their 2022 expectations Supply problems have forced Massachusetts based Moderna which makes most of its revenue from COVID-19 vaccines to delay some shot deliveries a move that contributed to disappointing third quarter earnings surprised Wall Street Their total quarterly revenue fell 32% to $3.36 billion Moderna had to push back some deliveries to 2023 which undermined earnings from advanced purchase agreements and lowered their annual estimate from 21 billion to between 18 and $19 billion Earlier this year CEO Stefan van Sel said he expected higher earnings based on booster production and strong autumn demand but now the company is working on fixes to complex manufacturing issues including a launch of a new booster and a switch from ten to 5 dose vials I'm Jennifer King
Dan Bongino: How Are You so Freaking Stupid, Libs?
"How girl I'm just gonna go for it How are you so freaking stupid Libs How are you so dumb all the time How is it How are you doing Are you trying to be dumb Are you deliberately Is it a process you go through We're like information comes in and you have some kind of a mental block to processing facts and data where you vaccinated at an early age was there a fax vaccine your parents gave you were you raised in some kind of a hippie commune where you were told facts don't matter here bro it's all about love and smoke and doobies What happened to you If Biden had said or Obama or some other liberal lunatic we are going to shut down the dairy industry We're going to work it out as his dentures are falling out right We're going to stop and we're going to end the dairy industry I can't do the show I can't It's going to I agree I can't I can't do the show So aggravated at the state we're in in this country with the stupid that it's almost I can't believe this election is not 90 ten Republican even in Nancy Pelosi's district What kind of a moron do you have to be to vote for this stuff We're going to shut down the dairy industry Then you go to the supermarket and you're shocked to find out that dairy companies don't want to produce milk because they're being threatened Their revenues being threatened and their business models being threatened So they start dialing back production to protect their business You're surprised You're going in and you're like I don't know No does that no milk You just did idiot None of the proteins are making it to your brain to insulate that neuron she that transmits the electric signal You know that's insulated What do they call nodes of rainbow or something I don't know It's been a while since I was in school
Will the Red Wave Reach New England?
"York is a very interesting race. Cassie hulk came out this weekend and said, she's the underdog in the race. And her entire campaign and the Democrats message is that Republicans are conspiracy theorists. Even though it was Democrats that said that Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation, they said that the virus came from a bat at a wet market. They said the vaccines will prevent transmission. They said we must lock down schools to prevent children from themselves. They called Donald Trump a Russian agent. They have been the conspiracy theorists. Play cut two. They have this conspiracy going all across America to try and convince people that in democratic states are not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers. They're data deniers. The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% even in New York City down 20% on Long Island will leave Zelda comes from. And it's a Republican states where they have almost no restrictions on guns because of the abundance of guns people are killing each other with more frequency. The safer places are the democratic states. Even though she cherry picks one piece of data arson robbery rape, assault, trespassing all up. I think that there is going to be a northeast wave. I think the northeast part of America, for all of our patriots watching and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and yes, New Hampshire are going to rise up and shock the world. I think New Hampshire is prime for a realignment
Jim Cramer's Facebook/Meta Recommendation May Be His Dumbest Yet
"From Tennessee, Charlie, I used to love Jim Cramer. I used to watch him for stock advice. Now I find him to just be nauseating. Did you see his recent tape with about Facebook? It was very funny. Yeah, look, I used to like Jim Cramer a lot too. He used to be really interesting. He used to kind of give people a window into the otherwise very complicated and private and difficult to understand Wall Street industry or the kind of the Wall Street network, if you will. And Jim Cramer always was bombastic. I mean, Jim Cramer's been wrong about a lot. I gotta be very honest. If you're taking stock advice from Jim Cramer after what he did in 2008, can we get that tape please, Ryan? When he said, you need to go buy more Lehman Brothers. Lehman Brothers are the best stock for you. Okay. When he was just going all in, I think there's a contemplation of Jim Cramer worth stock advice. The Lehman Brothers one was one of the best. It was just fantastic. He said, you want to know a rock solid company, Lehman Brothers. There's no chance Lehman Brothers would. And then recently, you remember he was talking about using the military to enforce the vaccine. He says, you know what we need? We need the military. Just get it done. We got to get that tape too. Jim Cramer going through it. And if you don't know who Jim Cramer is, he's on CNBC, mad money, obviously on Adderall. There's no question about it. A speed Adderall, whatever combination of very high intensity. Was a bear Stearns or was it, I think he was giving advice on Lehman and bear. I think he was giving advice on both. He's like, it's a great company. Got to go buy more shares. They're not going to collapse. And we all know how that worked out.
The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...
"The people in charge of our society have done such remarkable damage. Why? Because so many of our elites don't care about you. They care about their pocket. Because they're bought and paid for by Pfizer, play cut 24. Meet the press, data download, brought to you by, Pfizer. This portion of CBS this morning sponsored by Pfizer on how to find the hidden sugars in the American family diet, sponsored by Pfizer, making a difference. Brought to you by Pfizer, CNN tonight. Brought to you by Pfizer. Brought to you by Pfizer. Pfizer benefited from the lockdowns, Pfizer got richer because of the lockdowns. There's a lockdowns never would have happened. And we would have allowed to have Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, intravenous therapy, ozone, baby aspirin, talked about vitamin D levels, with Pfizer, have been able to receive billions and billions and billions of dollars. Joe Biden says, you got to get your annual COVID shot play cut 93. And if you're fully vaccinated, get one more COVID shot. Once a year, that's it. Wonder how much Joe Biden and the Biden family is going to benefit from continually shilling out the Pfizer vaccine.
"first vaccine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The man I didn't know that saline Your equity market is LL beats You know Let me move on We're negative about a tenth of 1% not even Do you want to get some of the equity markets Steve Chevron Portfolio manager at Federated When does fed policy start to become a problem for this equity market this very close to all time highs Well John before I go there should I change and throw a putting on Maybe Or you can rock Patagonia Steve that works too So in all seriousness I think in a weird irony the market is welcoming and fed to move And I think that's why you see the equity market at near all time highs despite the fact that bond yields are where they are The concern of the marketplace is that by having waited this long the fed has already at risk of having overreact And I think that's where pal's gonna try to reset the narrative here Hopefully starting today By trying to make the argument that by accelerating taper and starting that rate hike site earlier he can proceed at a measured pace If he threads that needle I think you can see the yield curve and steep a little bit But that's a tough sell because credibility is not abundant right now So I think that's the test for him and it's not an easy one Steve I want to talk about the great bull market we've had since Christmas Eve of 2018 ventilator you your entire team at Federated and participated with his folks These are stunning numbers of a great bull market in pandemic SPX up a 108% gallop less NASDAQ 100 tech laden up a 177% Thank you mister cook Steve what is the courage it takes to be in the market to enjoy 18 1920 and all of 21 Yeah I think and you're right It's not always easy And there's certainly times where you doubt yourself I think you've got to be able to take a longer term view and not get lost in the most recent headline COVID is a perfect example here You've had waves that would come you had positive headlines negative headlines If you just following the next headline you can get lost at sea So you have to have a framework For example for us you know we've used an earthquake framework The initial shock is terrible It's deadly It's damaging The ground does shake again And those are dangerous but they're aftershocks And each after shock tends to be a little less severe And you've got to be able to take that longer term view And so far that's served as well Now at some point that's wrong And you've got to get more defensive As we look at the current cycle it's hard to envision that that time is now when we're just at the dawn of a fed rate hike site and certainly not well within it So I think you're going to see some volatility forthcoming that we're going to have to invest through and it's going to spook some people out of the market and our bet is that that's not the right thing to do here Well will it actually spook some people out of the market You say this is a lot of people say we're overdue for a ten to 15% correction We've been overdue for one for probably about a year now according to many different analysts in every dip is viable and then now their dips are getting smaller and smaller to 2% and that's a viable dip I mean at what point does that paradigm change or do pile in on it You know I think you're in a scenario right now at least so where you just with inflation running at near 7% cash is tough It's a drag And fixed income yields If you're yielding one and a half or 2% on a 7% inflation you're setting 5% of your money on fire every year And I think it's that dynamic that pushes people into equities and makes dips very shallow So we'll see if we're sitting here in a year and a half two years from now or whatever that time frame is and rates are higher And the fed is actively within a rate hike cycle You're starting to see the economy roll over Then I think you'll see a different dynamic But right now it's really hard to see where else money can go And just not get eroded away by these kinds of inflation numbers Steve is the year over after today That's a good question I love to think so John because frankly I'm looking to take a little bit of time in the last two weeks But the fact that I've got that on the calendar means that we'll have some fireworks in the last couple of weeks So that's the way It's always the way that you guys have nailed it I'll tell you Steve Chevrolet just fantastic this year so thank you for everything you've done with us over the last 12 months Steve Chevron there Federated Hermes Tom Hoping to wrap things up after the close of the day And you know we're gonna try to do some travel in the pandemic We can talk all show about that John We've done some serious worker I called up Bruno de pier our wonderful quantitative giant here at Bloomberg And I said we need an adjustment to the dot.
"first vaccine" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"All the ESPN experts are picking you to win the title. Demanding that you win the title. Myself apparently included. Also from Dallas's standpoint. Like not a lot we could do in free agency, but just kind of trying to bring in a little more experience, become more competitive. We've put those veterans around the young core places that we have in place. Clearly, we didn't feel the Charlie Collier despite being last year's number one pick and he drafted that maybe did not prove even as strong as people thought it was going to be going in, which is saying something. So moved her in is Bill Harrison to get Cheyenne Parker and then Mariah Jefferson in this year's second first round pick to get Christy toliver. So two veteran additions to go with the young core. Okay, Aaron, do you need it to do anything before you have to go? I mean, Atlanta roster is not totally filled out, but we're basically there. You're done there. So I mean, the reality is, I think, at this point, it's just kind of there's occasional players and I apologize for the noise in the background. Occasional players that are mildly interesting, but none of them are really going to be material Atlanta on the whole we picked up some players we think are going to be bargains. But we're really just trying to kind of reset where we are and look into the future. We tried to get some of the talent that was on creating some market. But struck out. And so particularly interested to see what diamond shields could do right, she sort of most fits into our timeline probably, I think. I'm excited for getting a top pick as well as a second pick in the second round. This year and then depending on how things look, we might have a good pick again next year as well. And that is Minnesota right the key kind of wrinkle just could we brings out back? I mean, I think we're still pretty optimistic about the quality of the team. Obviously, we felt great about it despite how the playoffs went. And so it'll be intriguing to see what can happen. Obviously, we're happy for the Visa, but it's going to impact us on the court. This year, I think, depending on how optimistic you are, about a timeline bird return, perhaps we'll be back for the playoffs or not. Having with my I'm perhaps on the most cautious about that, thinking about just the childbirth process that came out of my family. So I'm definitely not counting on that, but it'd be great to have her. And then, you know, it's good to bring back at least a clear and then as well. So I mean, I feel like we're still trying to keep going with what the plan was and I think we're still talented right when I Davis to know last year. So I mean, she's not going to be the pizza Collier, but it'll be interesting to see what she could do. And we've done great in the draft in the past. So I'm going to call it practice your Italian to call up Chuck E.'s on the senior. And call Bridget off to because she's around. Yeah, yeah. Carlton writer, we were guessing that we'd bring her back down. All right guys, now it's just us. Do the league office is still here, so we can't do anything we want. I'm so Phoenix. We would like to talk with Sophie county ham and also key a nurse. I don't know if she's getting restricted offers elsewhere. So we can suspend her this season. We have a lot of money to offer her for the upcoming years. On the kid nurse front, I just don't. I don't have enough information to say. I would the thing is like brilliant Hartley also. She got hurt and she was kept on the roster and she was eventually able to play, you know? So I don't know if that's I just think it's like someone's just different for nurse. I don't think she's gonna play this year. But I'm fine to just leave that one. Out there. Yeah, the goal with Phoenix was just to basically run it back in terms of they felt like they were we felt like we were able to get to the finals and probably work in a real way from seriously competing with let's do stuff for Cunningham. Can we do that really quickly? Yeah. Okay. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Because did make her an unrestricted free agent. So that is correct. We need to do that. So let's talk to Sophie Cunningham in Vegas. All right. So we're putting Sophie Cunningham is going on the table. She did not get for some reason. Well, if you didn't get the option, then pick up her option. Correct. Sends that the previous administration. So they pick up her option now she unrestricted free agent instead of the restricted free agent that she had normally obviously she had a massive playoffs after that happened. So she is out there. So I'll let Phoenix give the first crack what your offer for Sophie Cunningham. So Sophie, we think that you are a great fit here. Obviously, you know, brought out the best and you during the playoffs last year. And we just want to run it back and we feel like this is the very best way to do it is for you to return to Phoenix. So fortunately, you are aware of our situation. We have four max is already on the books. So we can only offer you that 85 this year, but wink wink, we promise to take care of you after that. Wow, the wink wink. Can we get it protected? You need 85 protective? Yes. It's nice to pick up. You guys didn't do 6. And now I'm an unrestricted free agent. Okay, that's we can protect the 85. Okay, cool. Anybody else want to beat that? Las Vegas is prepared to offer 90,000 with the protection. 90,000 with the protection to be in Las Vegas. We need an off ball shooter. So it looks sound pretty good as more money the Washington slash clinic and have something. Washington is interested in Sophie Cunningham,.
"first vaccine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Guest has been behind some of the biggest most recent success stories of Silicon Valley including Instacart cruise and coinbase Now Gary town and his initialized capital venture capital firm are looking for their next big bet launching two new funds with $700 million raised He joins us now for more So $530 million for new investments Gary where are you most excited to put that money to work Well I think one of the things that I think Jesse was just talking about on the show was what's happening with all of this monetary expansion And I think what's really exciting to me is that that infinite money can and will now go to every type of technology And so it's never been more exciting to be someone who could build new software or new technology that could actually solve real problems And the thing that I'm sort of most excited about personally right now is this new idea I could call outcomes as a service I think that we've talked about SaaS and Seth has been the cornerstone of tech for so long But I think we're coming into a new age where we're realizing that a lot of the businesses out there don't want to buy software They don't want to pay $10,000 a seat and take the risk They want an outcome And so what you're seeing is this melding of FinTech into software And great examples of this include shelf engine which actually reduces food waste just using software for better ordering and thousands of grocery stores now 30% of food out there goes in the garbage And that was shelf engine to bring that down by double digit percentages That has a real climate impact or formic which is actually financing robots for American manufacturers which is this crazy $450 billion labor shortfall by 2028 And that's actually fundamental to our American competitiveness And so for me I think these have real impacts on humanity And it is still fundamentally backed by great software great people but if you add a lending component you can actually give people the outcomes they want instead of forcing them to buy software to go get those outcomes Interesting we're looking at some Instacart video here Obviously you were one of the earliest investors and I was just speaking with Uber CEO dark cosmos shahi about growth potential in delivery I'm curious how much more potential you see there for example you've got an additional fund to do follow on investments in some of the companies you've already backed would Instacart be one of them Well we're very bullish on what's happening with Instacart ongoing But we are so early we get involved in companies when they're literally one or two people just an idea sometimes And the story for Instacart was the founder of port of a method actually sent me a 6 pack of beer back when I was just him and two people he had heard off of Craigslist So we want to continue to back people at that earliest possible stage really before any of these things are even categories yet And that's sort of why we were able to see coinbase way back in 2012 before Bitcoin was even on the tip of any other investors sort of tongue And that's really what we think is where our sweet spot is And seed series a and then following on into the bees and seas that's allows us to work with people over the course of many many years and they get to know us and we get to know them And so I think that's really my favorite way to do investing We're investing with people over the long haul So you heard my interview with Jesse Powell earlier and I'm curious Do you think we're heading into a crypto winter and what does that mean You know we've seen something like almost two dozen 80 70 to 90% drawdowns over the course of many different cycles And so I really like what Jesse said which is think of it as at least a 5 year maybe I ten to 20 year buy and hold These cycles tend to end within a couple of years And it's really a function of the interest rate environment So I don't have a crystal ball I'm still really really impressed by what's coming with Ethereum as ultrasound money They're going to their two phase with proof of stake I'm also really impressed by new chains like avalanche and Solana they're showing really quite a lot of promise among developer communities And that's always been our focus If software engineers if designers of product people are investing into ecosystems and making the choices around these new APIs these new blockchains then those are the things that we think everyone should be paying attention to Now how have you evaluating potential investments at a time when some startups that aren't making any money are commanding $1 billion valuations Yeah The hard part is my mentor Paul Graham at Y Combinator said startup equal growth And so on the flip side though obviously over time we need to show real free cash flow and these things are sort of popularity contests in the short term and really weighing machines in the long term And so one of the things we really focus on when we work with companies is actually how do we make sure that we're not just selling $20 bills for 19 bucks or even a dollar And I think that that's actually really the role of the early stage investor to help someone think through this stuff early It's quite dangerous and does happen actually in sort of mid to late stage startups that these things become money we're raising exercises and that to me is really about not getting the fundamentals right when it's one or two people just an idea starting out And that's really our job to help steward these startups that early Last quick question You told our Bloomberg tech conference earlier today that startup should get those term sheets signed pronto if they have them Why is that What are you worried about is coming Well I think at the end of the day tomorrow is uncertain and for us I know that initialize is going to continue to invest in very early teens and unproven spaces but you have to keep your company alive and properly capitalized And the big benefit of doing that is if you could have a large war chest going into a recession suddenly the number one problem that everyone's facing right now is hiring hiring every role every position executive all the way to IC is so incredibly hard in a recession everything flips and then that allows you to build your product your startup your go to market a thousand times better And so in those hard times are actually the moments when the next Airbnb is born All right Initialized founder Gary tan always good to have you with us Gary Thanks so much for stopping by Meantime the U.S. Department of Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas announced a new program where the agency will pay outside hackers to find vulnerabilities in its computer systems He spoke earlier at the Bloomberg tech summit as well We're going to be paying between $505,000 depending on the gravity of the vulnerability The impact that remediation will have and so it's a scalable amount of money but we consider that quite significant This type of incentive program is popular in the cybersecurity industry known as a bug bounty Come up more from the tech summit we're going to explore the long and winding road to fully autonomous cars and cities all over the globe Will 2022 be the tipping point for the robo taxi That is next This is Bloomberg The bastard Bloomberg business week every business day Sales activity soaring The Bloomberg business week podcast with Carol.
"first vaccine" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"I never got on a plane and went to see let alone a 9 and ten year old, but she was in the she was in The New York Times. She won a lot of matches in tenant under. And someone from advantage international, which is now octagon, said you should take a look. So when I talk to Richard, he was real funny. So I flew out there. I went there and they met me at the hotel at 7 o'clock. I don't beat it. I told Britain Serena this at the afterparty they were just like breakup left. Venus was on one leg. Sherina on the other, the arms around Richard huggin. They're kissing and Venus Serena are just staring at me. You know, I think they just had acquaintances. They didn't have a lot of friends. They were like staring I was like in a deposition. He asked me like 50 questions. Guy was grilling me. I'm going, but I respected it because I was thinking, well, if I'm going to let some dude come into the circle and coach my kids, I want to know a lot about it. So we talked like two and a half hours, and then the next day, he goes, we're going to pick you up at 7 o'clock, and we're going to go to east Compton hills country club. I said, all right. So they picked me up at 7, and that bus, you see in the movie, identical, the prince saying on the front, wobbly, red and white. I get in the front seat. I sit in the passenger side. I get harpooned in the buttock. I can just spring sticking up. I look in the back. There's Serena and Venus. I call her meek and BW. They're in there like that. There's four months worth of McDonald's rapper. There's old clothes that smells. They're Paul hoppers. There's balls in there. It looked like Afghanistan background. I'm going, this is crazy. So we start driving about ten miles, ten minutes. I'm looking around. I'm going to crazy place for a country club. So we pull up the park, okay? And there's like 20 guys playing basketball. People are passed out on the grass. People are drinking, smoking. I'm going, this is crazy stuff. You know, I was remember, I was at a 5 star resort. I was a director of tennis at greenleaf in chemistry. And Haines city. So I'm just going and now I went to the other to the other side of the rainbow. So we get out and we cross the basketball court and it parted like the Red Sea. And people right there hey Richard,.
"first vaccine" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"If there was some kind of controversy or something simmering, he would say something, I almost think purposely, so the tension would go to him and go away from the players. That's a famous genome trick, actually. Just to do that when their teams are ranked number one and there was some kind of controversy. He would say something really volatile so they'd all look at him and start looking away from the young players that he was trying to protect. So. I asked I think the league is just really talented right now. Because even if you look at the standings, the clippers are 16 and 12, which is the 9th best record in the league. And the Knicks are 12 and 15. Which is the tenth worst record in the week. So you have 12 teams between 16 and 12 and 12 and 15. Right. The middle class and everybody has at least one guy who you'd really want. And everybody's got some young guys that you might be interested in. And then even when you go to the Houston OKC Orlando Detroit, those aren't like shit teams. Like we used to have in the past. Like, even I watched I watched him play the other day. And they needed every bit at the ranch 51, you know? Like grant just got hurt, but you know, they're not. They're not like a complete shit show, and that's the worst team in the league. See, I think grant might be available, though, Bill, because his conscience. So he's someone that I think can get moved on the keys. I know he's out now, but he's someone that I think you could very well seek get moved. I want to talk about the calves, but let's take a break. All right, so the Cleveland Cavaliers are 17 and 12th. The 7th best team in the league right now is Memphis at 1711. The calves are 17 and 12. Sean granny tweeted this last night and I thought he was kidding. That they would be our four seeds with home field advantage, home court advantage in round one. That's great. I like that. I believe. I like that. Memphis got lucky with the morant thing. Cleveland honestly got lucky with the mobile thing that he dropped the three. That was absurd. But you went so good, isn't he? He is. Oh my God. You watch him and you think like, Garland, they struck oil with. And I don't know. Whether Philly could have had Garland in love and a pick for Simmons during the summer or not. I've never been able to confirm that. Yes or no, but that's a tough beat for Philly and if that trade was on the table. But Cleveland has they have the heart of the 2011 Minnesota Timberwolves Rubio and Kevin Love who I thought really had good chemistry together ten years ago. But love now has come off the bench as, you know, this kind of the high end of this would be the bill Walt 86 Celtics example, but obviously he's not that. But they have this guy that can come off the bench who's been a first team all in BA or second Timo MBA. They can't do it. Yeah, the game last night. It makes you kind of jogged your memory. I think it's been an interesting metamorphosis with love because he's had these incidents that were close to insubordination. Yeah. It's important, really. And I think he's been dealing with a lot. I think it's hard to be the last guy stand there. But they're very smart in the way they've handled them. I think he's playing about 20 minutes a game. I looked it up this morning. He's shooting almost 41% for the three point line. So that's what you bring him off to do. They're bench. Awesome. They bring him in. And it's like, they actually extend leads and stuff. Yeah, Rubio has been pretty I mean, he's called off some. He was shooting over 40% for the three point line. He has no longer. He's called off, you know, he's called off considerably. But that team mobley I don't know is two weeks ago or we can have the block on Lillard. Did you see it? We got it was awesome. It was basically going up, and I'm like, oh my God, he's got a block load shot. It was pretty cool. He kind of reminds me, people keep saying Chris Bosh, man, I think he's got a lot of Kevin Garnett in him. I really do. That was the guy I've said the whole time. Like a lesbian Kevin Garnett. Right. But it's just such a good defense of player and so few rookies come in as a good defense of player. A lot of them tried to be and they filed too much and they overplay and they try to block every shot. So then everybody just updates you and you end up on the bench for 5 files. That's not him. He's really got great timing. He's, man, I really like him. And I would say, I would say he's an elite defensive player already. I really do. I think he's one of the best people. Small sample size, but yeah, I mean, defensively, they're in the top three in the league. Defensively. In defensive rating and scoring defense. I mean, they're alert jet. And you remember when we were sort of poking fun at them because they were signing all these they were gathering all these centers when they had Jared Allen and Andre Drummond. Well, I mean, the laughs on us. Jared Allen, we knew when they got away. Like, well, yeah, he's a really good player, but you don't really need him. Well, yeah, they do. Yeah, they do, and they just got rid of the other guys. That was a really good score for them. I like to watch. I liked when they got them because I just thought he was this cheap asset. They needed to be thrown in the deal because they didn't want to give up Deandre Jordan and calves were like, okay, sure, we'll take them. And I think there's a bunch of fans of teams, including me, that were like, why couldn't we grab Jared Allen? Where were we on? Exactly. Okay. We throw in the non lottery pick for him. But can we go back a minute to why Jared Allen had to go? Let's just go back to that for a minute. It's quite back to because it goes back to that crazy Durant Kyrie friendship thing with Deandre. The disaster. Think about that for a minute. Just think about that for a minute. 'cause they knew Jared Allen was good. John Marx is a smart guy. He knew how good he was, but to appease Kyrie Irving, who was not playing for you right now and has not played a game for you all year..
"first vaccine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The citations are all in there So Amy Howe has a decent piece in scotus blog and she addresses what Congress is subpoena power does not authorize them to do Want me to read it for you again this isn't some die hard conservatives saying this These subpoenas issued to Meadows and others are entirely immoral unethical and unconstitutional That's not an opinion That's a fact Here She says at the same time the Supreme Court has made clear that Congress's power to investigate is not unlimited That power can not the court has noted be used to inquire into private affairs unrelated to a valid legislative purpose Oh really What's the valid legislative purpose for tyrant disgraced human being Liz Cheney to read on the House floor Private emails from a bunch of Fox News hosts to Mark Meadows suggesting that they do what they can to prevent any violence at the capitol What please explain to me what the legislative purpose to that is Liz camp because Liz is an idiot She's got daddy's last name Good for you Liz You place a lot of stock in that last name don't you Her name was Liz Smith Liz Cheney be out of a job right now It goes on And he legislative and the subpoena power of Congress does not apply quote to an area in which Congress is forbidden to legislate Nor the court has observed should the power to investigate quote be confused with any of the powers of law enforcement Sound familiar So the same disgraceful is Cheney living off daddy's last name Never had a real job in her life I know she's listening right now and it's glorious by the way We're on a WMA L and Washington D.C. It is a blowtorch station that fights just a little fight It's just miles from the capitol And that signal powers right through D.C. So Liz is here at this right now with a grotesque city she is and I have to tell you I'm enjoying every moment of exposing this epic fraud relying on daddy's last name So Congress is subpoena powers quote not to be confused with any of the powers of law enforcement Isn't that what they're doing right now They're investigating what the FBI and other law enforcement entities are already looking So looking at why and by the way I don't even think looking at with an honest lens it's clearly being looked at through a partisan lens Obviously based on how differently they treated antifa versus people who are at the anywhere near January 6th either at the capitol or on the law on the lawn there But what are they doing that's any different I don't understand the law enforcement What's the legislative purpose The answer is it's whatever Liz Cheney makes up because Liz Cheney wants to silence Republicans before the 20 22 election and she wants their communications and she wants them to be worried In communicating to each other she wants them to worry that they'll be next What other purpose with Liz Cheney have disgraced Liz Cheney Daddy's last name What possible legislative purpose Could she have to be reading a bunch of texts on the House floor To Mark Meadows No less about getting a hold on what was happening in January 6th What could possibly be the legislative purpose The answer is it's whatever BS he's going to make up Because she's committed to destroying the Republican Party piece by piece This is the voters in Wyoming It's not good enough for Liz Cheney to lose Liz Cheney has to lose in humiliating fashion Liz Cheney is a disgrace to the republic She's an embarrassment to humankind in any sentient being who has ever had a neuron connect in a synapse Liz Cheney's at disgrace to that person too And everything you need to know about Liz Cheney by the way is backed up by the grifters and losers who support her right now Jonah Goldberg had walking bag of dandruff that floppy bag of Cheetos I'd be stinks like from under cheese been sitting out of it on a counter for 7 years Jonah Goldberg that's slob He loves all this Jonah gorbel JK those Fox News host They were saying something different on the end the text they were That's funny because I was actually on TV around there around that time and I don't remember any of that Sounds kind of like you're making that up You rotting bag of Cheetos So you got that grifter you can't even keep a job that loser Hell yeah this is great And then you got another zero This Alyssa Farah oh my gosh you want to talk about I mean someone with zero dignity Zero dignity at all I need someone who you'd think like would be a little bit concerned Okay so Mark Meadows got me this job I have no life skills whatsoever None I have zero life skills Another one reliant on a daddy's last name has no actual skills None Her dad used to have a website that people used to read right No skills at all She gets a job in The White House in the Trump White House because of Mark Meadows Because of Marc make no mistake everybody knows it That's the only reason she got that job Alyssa far Alyssa far has offered her 13 pieces of silver though after the Trump administration ends like hey CNN CNN she was a contributor She's like 13 pieces Can I get 13.5 No just 13 Just 13 pieces of silver So Jim cue up for me cut to Again showing you how Liz Cheney this is Liz Cheney's new crew This is our crew She's tight This is like the new club Like the Mickey Mouse club for Liz Cheney She's got the rotting bag of Cheetos Jonah Goldberg Yeah this is great Subpoena everybody Jonah be subpoenaed next for smelling like from under cheese And Alyssa Farah is part of Liz Cheney's new crew too I'd like to see her do fundraisers We need to these two losers They'd be like king and queen of the prom Fundraiser with Alyssa fara from CNN who sold out the guy who got her the job in The White House And Jonah Goldberg you could eat some of his old Cheetos in his pocket This is great Here's Alyssa far on CNN keep in mind listening to this Mark Meadows made her Got her a job The woman had no skills There's like Goldberg They're only skills or with Cheeto eating or whatever it may be He has no skills at all Mark Meadows gets her the job She then gets her 13 pieces of silver from CNN and now she goes on CNN that Mark Meadows man Let me tell you you should be a decent guy but what a loser daring to defend this constitutional right to not be harassed by these idiots in Congress How terrible he is Got my 13 pieces up good.
"first vaccine" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"It wouldn't have replaced it in a free market because the cost of moving gold is still much cheaper than this enormous cost of destroying human civilization and turning everyone into debt slaves. But the fact that moving goal around was so expensive meant that governments could get away with banning you from using gold. Ultimately, you had to, in order to use gold as a trade as a medium of exchange, as money, for trade, as the world became more globalized by the end of the 19th century, all of people's money was centralized in banks, and then all of the banks were centralized in a Central Bank. That was just an inevitable outcome of the fact that moving gold around is expensive. And so you need to have all of that gold centralized in central banks. And therefore, in the early 20th century, when governments got into wars in World War I, they all went off the gold standard. They all confiscated their government, their citizens gold, and they all issued more paper than they had golden reserve. And since then, they've gone off the gold standard and it's now been an entire century of this insanity. And I think it has been enormously enormously catastrophic for humanity. I think we take it for granted, you know, we think that this is just human nature. But I think there's a reason that a lot of very bad things that happened in the 20th century aren't such a prevalent part of human nature before. I think this is a get into what that is, but first I want to ask a hard question, which is if hard money is so good, how did it get replaced by Fiat and is it really just because it's hard to move from place to place or is it the combination which you were stating just now, which is the government comes in and squashes it basically because you said it's not a free market. So manipulating it somehow breaking down that free market. And leveraging that it's hard to move from place to place, like and ask, I'm asking the same question in a different direction. Has Bitcoin solved the only real issue? Well, I guess two issues. That made the previous take on hard money gold, vulnerable, which is that it's easy to move across time and space. And it's hard, hard hard, meaning that you, there will be 21 million units, and that is it. Period full stop. Absolutely. Yeah, that's kind of thanks for ruining the book, I guess. But trust me, when people get into it and they see you detail, like, explaining the fact that you have a whole section talking about how Fiat destroyed food, there is much more in the book for people to discover. I mean, it's like literally crazy. I could have, unless we read it in real time, we would not be able to destroy the number of ways that you break down the hey, this is water thing, this thing that you don't think is a problem or that you don't even notice, let's start looking at it. It's terrifying, and we're going to go through some of it. But I want to answer that question to see if I'm really understanding the fundamental issues. I think, you know, that's really what it is. So the Bitcoin standard, my first book, focuses on Bitcoin scalability across time, Bitcoin's ability to hold value across time. And that's what made that's what made gold money, which is the fact that it is the hardest money its supply increases at only around 1.5% per year. And so therefore, gold is excellent holding onto its value. And that's why the Bitcoin standard has many examples about how hard their money eventually drives out easier money all throughout human history. The Fiat standard focuses on saleability across space. On money's ability to hold on to its value across space. As you move money around. And that was gold's Achilles heel, because in the fierce standard I look at this. I look at how expensive it was to move gold around. And I look at the example of World War I when gold was demonetized effectively when those countries moved off the gold standard. We see that the cost of moving all around across the Atlantic, for instance, was around .5% of somewhere between .1 to 1% of the value of the gold that you move around. So that means that a bar of gold costs a bar of gold to move across the Atlantic 100 times roughly 100 to 200 times, you move it across the Atlantic. You have to pay as much as the whole bar of gold. That's quite expensive, you know? And so that necessarily means that you can't just keep moving gold around. You have to centralize it. And that in my mind is the Achilles heel of gold. That's what makes it vulnerable. It's not that governments went door to door and put guns to people's head and force them to hand over their gold. And the majority of the world that's not the case, at least. Definitely wasn't the case then the most important advanced economies of the world in the early 20th century. They didn't do this in the U.S. and France and Europe and Germany. That's not how it happened. But the gold was already there in a Central Bank. It had to be an essential bank, because you had to have the system of batching the transactions effectively and doing periodic clearance rather than moving the gold around with each transaction. The advantage of the Bitcoin has, well, two advantages. The first one is that it is even harder than gold. So gold is always increasing at one and a half to 2%, which means that the supply of gold, the global stockpile of gold doubles roughly every 50 years or so. 40 years, 50 years, the supply of gold will double. Whereas in Bitcoin, gold Bitcoin supplies never going to double. Bitcoin supplies stuck at 21 million and that's it. We're already almost at 19 million. So we only have another 2 million to produce over the next century or so. So Bitcoin supplies completely inelastic completely irresponsible to demand. And then in the final standard, I compare also the availability of Bitcoin across space. Well, with Bitcoin, you can move the equivalent of a gold bar, which is around $700,000 right now. You can move $700,000 across the Atlantic with Bitcoin. Currently for a few cents. I know this is going to go up, but it still has an enormous enormous enormous margin to go up before it hits anywhere near the cost of moving gold around. So I think there will be solutions for scaling Bitcoin that are going to improve it. But improve the cost of moving Bitcoin around, but still, it's so much cheaper than gold and it's so much harder to confiscate than gold. That I think it has a much, much, much better chance of defeating government centralization than gold. Okay, so now that.
"first vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It fades I appreciate that you don't want to see the sky is falling So it isn't fine but the sky's going to turn a very different color Recently nurses protested the demands they're facing at an event across the street from Longmont united hospital north of Denver They held signs reading patients first in the hospital Critical care nurse Stephanie chrisley told a crowd that normally an RN would care for two ventilated sedated critical care patients And the last few weeks we have regularly had RNs taking three and sometimes four patients at a time That's unsafe she says and the nurses are looking to unionize Longmont united says it is focused on the well-being of patients and staff and its top priority is high quality care Chrisley a mother of two says nurses need more hands on deck And I have lately been an estate of chronic stress Over the crushing guilt that I feel to ensure my patients get the care they need And yet somehow still care for myself and my family Chris closter has been a nurse for 32 years much of that in the ICU Since the pandemic hit she's had to deal with colleagues quitting restrictions on visitors Worries about catching the virus coping with suffering and deaths She says it's been soul sucking I was like that is the hardest job That's the hardest I've ever worked And this isn't sustainable This kind of staffing this kind of stress is not sustainable Something has to change The stress is obvious to patients like rob blessing from Fort Collins who spent 30 days in an ICU with COVID So many people there you know and very few staff Respiratory therapists are in short supply in hospitals and blessing says as more coronavirus patients got admitted staff struggled to keep up So awesome you'd have people for different departments You know be traded on the fly So there's a lot of pressure on people They're just trying to get more quality sit there He says he saw doctors and nurses work overtime 9 ten days in a row pinch hitting for each other He calls them heroic They say by the way I do feel grateful for everything they did Lesson says he landed in the hospital because he was swayed by Internet misinformation and didn't get vaccinated It's a decision he came to regret I just want to recommendation is would be to get that you know even if you're totally gifted and don't fall into the Internet hype He says he's planning to get vaccinated now and Colorado's hospitalization numbers are starting to trend in a more positive direction But there still many places in the country with too few staff to handle the latest surge of patients nearly all of whom have not taken COVID vaccines For NPR news I'm John Daly in Denver This is NPR news And this is double the NYC in New York today And all of it Allison Stuart speaks with successions Alan Ruck about his character's political ambitions.
"first vaccine" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Does not constitute severe illness and death in the population. The numbers are not there then. They're not being contested. So again i would ask you. Why are we pushy. For an experimental vaccine in a population that for ninety nine percent of the population is not at risk of severe illness and death. Okay well i am not getting the vaccine i have. I have gotten cova did. Actually it was last winter. I got cove. It had a couple of bad days. Took h c q took some other things i mean. I kind of had the joe rogan approach. I'm gonna throw everything at the kitchen sink. It was fine. You know. I'm not gonna and now i've seen a ton of reports that basically say. Hey my antibodies are better. My the my basically. My body's ability to fight cove is much better because of natural immunity which makes complete logical sense to me into millions of other americans and then be. I've also heard that those of us who have natural immunities from actually recovering from the virus. Naturally the vaccine there could be additional risks for you but but maybe address that to doctors. But i also want i want to hear your take on ivermectin. Is this a horse okay. Let's let's go through both of those. Let me unpack all that you ask and i'll try to do in order i. I took the same medications that joe rogan took. When i got it and like you. I have immunity now. I'm not just saying. I have immunity but actually the study out of israel says that natural immunity is better than vaccinated quote unquote immunity country. That is pushing vaccinations. And they're going to their third shot right now. There are three yeah. They're going to booster shots now. That's right so that that kind of puts that tibet. The science shows natural. Immunity is better. The next part of what she talked about was once you have this. Immunity and people are pushing for people to get back stated it could trigger your to have more problems to through enhancing your antibodies. It's called antibody dependent. Enhancement a d. And what that does is it makes your antibodies. When she received the vaccine hyper vigilant. They're gonna look everywhere for something to attack. And unfortunately when you have that happening and you have a gene therapy. That's causing the spike protein. In your your blood cells are your into the'll cells in along your lead vessel linings. They can attack. You can attack yourself into. What we know is an autoimmune process hyper-immune process and we've seen that the most viral article on facebook was a doctor that after the vaccine died through a similar process like this in baseball tried to censor but people made it go everywhere. And if you think we're just making this up folks are obviously not. But they. I think the cdc and says don't get the vaccine if you've had covert within ninety days so they're actually they're allowing for this period knowledge in yeah. They know that something's happening. But then after ninety days to provide and other thing is what you're hearing this is a fallacy it's a statistical fallacy is that they're the number of people that are being admitted to the hospital is our unbanning naked. There's an increased number of unvaccinated people with cova nineteen. They're quoting the statistics from january to june and during that time we did not have active vaccination campaign so the majority of people that got sick. And we're admitted and died were unvaccinated however since the vaccination no one's talking about those statistics and i believe based on personal experience in the studies that i've seen the majority of people that are getting sick and going into the hospital are vaccinated patients in two thousand twenty hundreds of you guys..
"first vaccine" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"PM Excuse me Coast up to 74 Today Inland 88 the mountains 93 And the desserts up to 1 13 right now downtown. We are partly sunny and 70 Cocoa news time. 7 42 The investigation into allegations by a San Diego woman will keep l. A Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer benched for at least another week. Man. Napolitano has the story. Major League Baseball Thursday. Extending Trevor Bowers. Time on administrative leave for another seven days is the league in Police in Pasadena, California continue their investigations into allegations of sexual assault levied against the L. A Dodgers pitcher. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts briefly addressed the impact of Bowers absence Thursday. It's going to be, uh, As long as it has to be. Bauer was set to exit administrative leave Friday. Before news of this extension. He continues to deny the accusations against him. This announcement coming after the Dodgers scrapped a planned Trevor Bauer bobblehead giveaway for a game next month and removed his merchandise from the teams online store, according to documents obtained by the athletic. The 27 year old San Diego woman who filed that domestic violence restraining order last month, is accusing the Dodger pitcher of assaulting her on two occasions at his home in Pasadena. Sending the police are asking for help from the public as they work to track down to women suspected of vandalizing the Habad House Jewish center at San Diego State University last month. It happened about 1 30 in the morning. June 25th police say surveillance video showed two young women walking up to the front of the Habad house on Montezuma Road, just east of College Avenue. One of them damage the menorah, the other Tora large piece off a banner on the front of the building. Police say the to him and then went to Trujillo's taco Shop at College of Montezuma before they were last seen walking eastbound on Montezuma. Damage estimated about $1200 and Crime Stoppers is offering a $2000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. The co founder of the We Build The Wall Project aimed at raising money for a border wall has been indicted on a second tax charge in Florida. Adding to an earlier tax charge in a fraud charge. A federal grand jury in Pensacola indicted Brian Cole fades on a charge of filing a false tax return. He is facing additional charges in New York, where prosecutors say he diverted money raised for the wall project for his own personal use. Aftershocks can be expected today, possibly for several more days to come after yesterday's magnitude six earthquake struck along the California Nevada border in Northern California quake happened along the Antelope Valley fault and it was the strongest to hit their since. 1994. There have been no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries. Pfizer and Biontech are going to apply to the FDA for booster vaccine. The companies say the vaccine will target the Delta variant, which first arose in India and is now the prevalence strain in the U. S. The companies say they have demonstrated a third dose of the vaccine given six months after the second Increases neutralizing antibodies 5 to 10 fold against the original virus. The booster was also found to be safe reporting partner 10 News, talked with Dr Shane Crotty from the La Hoya Institute of Immunology. I won't be surprised if there's a recommendation in the fog or winter. Let's say people over the age of 70 right or people in high risk groups. Maybe it recommended you get a booster. Or maybe you just get the option to get a booster and for the majority. Is a population. It's plausible that the CDC will take a wait and see approach. The county, meanwhile, is urging more than 140,000 San Diegans, who are overdue for their second dose to get it, saying one vaccine is only 33%, effective against the Delta.
"first vaccine" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's now close to having administered one vaccine dose to half of its population, but it is a small country house China doing So China is just taking a completely different strategy China has vaccinated. It's given about 22 million doses. But these are overwhelmingly Chinese vaccines, which another approved for use yet in the West, if they ever are because they are an older technology, and there's not much data being released by the Chinese. They have bean sold and ordered by a lot of Developing countries, But China is basically putting its faith in extremely strict lockdowns. The borders of still closed where I am no one is coming and that basically in any large numbers for a year. That's not likely to change. And so although China has given out 22 million doses It's 1.4 billion people in this country, So in fact, if you look at it doses per 100 people are quite right. Israel is where had its 50 doses per 100 people. The U. S. Is currently about 7.5. Those his 400 people. China is that one of the half doses 100 people, and we're not even sure that the Chinese vaccine is very effective. And the scary thing for people like me who've been in China, for the whole of this pandemic is that if their vaccine isn't very effective, and they're not yet able to give it to very many people, the only thing they're going to be able to do Is to keep their borders closed for a really long time. So you're in this extraordinary situation that the world's most populous country is kind of close to the entire world for the foreseeable future. We're getting some tweets from our listeners about Israel. Patricia was tweeting that Israel may lead in the vaccination of Israeli Jews, but it most certainly does not lead in the vaccination of Israeli Arabs. Mariam emails Israel has vaccinated more than 50% of its population. I hear that number doesn't include Palestinians in the West Bank, because they don't quote pay taxes. Jen. Is it true? So it's it's really competent. Excuse me. It's really complicated, You know, Basically, there's a fight kind of going on between global human rights organizations who say that Israel as the occupying force of Palestinian territories, has kind of the moral and legal obligation to Provide vaccines to the Palestinian territories in the West Bank and Gaza on Excuse me, Israel. On the other hand, argues that under the terms of the Oslo accords that essentially the Palestinian Authority, which is the kind of rightful representative government of the Palestinians in the West Bank, and ostensibly sort of Gaza, even though Hamas actually controls Gaza, that the Palestinian Authority is actually responsible for health care in the Palestinian territories, so There's a bit of a legal fight going on. Israel has reached out to the Palestinians and provided a very, very small kind of goodwill gestures. They're calling it and, you know, batch of doses. You know, the bottom line is the Palestinian Authority just doesn't have anywhere near the resource is that Israel does they are set to receive doses through the Kovacs facilities Jessica mentioned earlier. But none have begun distribution. Yet. Palestinian Authority has also approved the Russian vaccine. But those doses haven't seemed to arrive yet. So we're seeing, you know human rights groups and health groups continuing to pressure Israel to make sure that the Palestinians living under occupation do get doses. At the same time, you know, we're seeing strong pushback from Israel, saying, you know, it's not our responsibility legally. We don't have to do that. That's general Liam's the senior.
"first vaccine" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Agency isn't commenting on today's report from the U. S. Senate. Boeing says it's reviewing it. Washington State office that handles your jobless benefits was built out of hundreds of millions of dollars. A state audit of the employment Security Department is getting to the bottom of this piper radios to cold. Jennings has the latest the results of the audit show that s cities. Internal controls weren't strong enough to protect against fraud. One automated process that flag suspicious claims was out of commission until May. By then, much of the fraud had already taken place. State Auditor Pat McCarthy says the next four audits will give even more clarity about the fraud will be a theory of audit that will build on we call him building blocks of It'll be informative for the SEC to make course Corrections. Yes, he says it welcomes the chance to learn from those audits. Clients to vaccinate Frontline medical workers against Cove in 19 have been turned into turmoil. Now that the CDC says Washington State will get 40% less of the visor vaccine. Number seven TVs, and that's next week Cover seven. TV's Lauren Donathan reports. Healthcare workers planning for their first dose of the vaccine will have to wait. Those who have already had their first shot are now concerned about getting the second, which must happen. 21 days after the initial injection, health experts say poor planning on a federal level is to blame Governor Jay Inslee with more on that. I do not Have anything to indicate this is a long term problem because the manufacture of the vaccine publicly said they have the vaccine ready to go. They just need to get the orders from the government. Federal government Where to send it. He calls this destructive and frustrating. Seattle police arrested two dozen people today who are trying to stop city workers from clearing a homeless camp out of Cal Anderson Park. Over 70 these runs you sit hard was on the scene. Demonstrators did confront the police. There were some skirmishes and arrest. People did complain That now is not the time to sweep the park and that people have nowhere else to go. But the city says it needs to clean and make repairs to the park, which was the center of the chop protest zone earlier this year. Your Khyber Radio forecast calls for lows tonight in the mid forties. Tomorrow rain with highs in the upper forties. It's 51 in downtown Seattle. I'm other Bosch for breaking news highlights, podcasts and more. Download the Cairo radio at Cairo Radio. A cheer for what's next. Got it. Here we go on a Friday Jim Dever joining me deal Arroyo while you went on Monday to Jin, I am not Sorry. Yeah. Okay, Well, now you know why she wanted your ability, right? Want to know why I'm not here Monday Monday Monday evening. Well, sit back. It's a long story. Monday evening is the grand conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. And I would not miss it for the world. But I might have to travel.
"first vaccine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ah bill to keep the government open into the weekend is awaiting President Trump's signature. The Senate passed the two day stopgap funding measure to avoid a government shutdown at midnight. It would give lawmakers until Sunday to agree on a larger spending bill and coronavirus relief. Fizer says it has millions of doses of its Corona virus vaccine sitting in warehouses and they're waiting on the government to tell them where to send them. Tom Roberts has more visor issued a statement after reports the company was having trouble producing the vaccine. It said it has successfully ship nearly three million doses and has millions more ready to go. Some states have expressed disappointment in getting fewer doses than Were expecting. Advisor says it's confident it can produce 50 million doses this year and 1.3 billion next year. I'm Tom Roberts, Senator Mitt Romney is ready to get the Corona virus vaccine. In a statement, the Utah Republican said. The attending physician has told senators they will receive their shots for continuity of government purposes, but Romney noted it won't stop him from taking other precautions against the respiratory illness. President elect Joe Biden and the next first lady are set to receive the Corona virus vaccine. On Monday. Vice President Pence received his shot this morning. Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr Anthony Fauci says help is on the way, but people should not give up on public health orders. We're just under an hour found she shared his perspective with California State University Chancellor Timothy White about being on the front lines of the pandemic. We're still struggling. There's a lot of positive things that we're looking forward to now, particularly what's going on over the last week with regard to vaccines, but we still are in the middle of an extraordinary historic challenge. Former President Obama is appearing in a serious of new campaign ads ahead of Georgia's key Senate runoff elections in one of the digital ads over And I'm the least. Pellegrini at Bloomberg World headquarters. Madonna's covered 19 vaccine has been cleared by U. S regulators, and it is the second vaccine to gain emergency authorization this month. Brown University's Dr Ashish Jha says the efficacy between the Fizer vaccine already out at the new modern A vaccine are almost equal. There is so little difference between the 500 Erna vaccines that I personally be happy to get either one. They're essentially the same. The FDA is decision to grant the authorization for Moderna among adults means now that two of the six vaccine candidates identified by operation it are now available to the public and all that happening in less than a year. The Fed giving Wall Street banks the green light to resume billions of dollars of stock buybacks. Also Nike reporting second quarter revenue and profit the topped forecasts. That's thanks to e commerce sales and an uptick in sales in China. Sales rose nearly 9% overall in the quarter that ended November 30th. Overall stocks fell today. The Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P all trading lower. And another side effect to the pandemic. The rising cost of a college education has finally stopped going up. We get more on that from Bloomberg's Nathan Hager. The phenomenon is showing up in a handful of liberal arts colleges, at least oh Berlin in Ohio has cut its tuition by $10,000. Nearby Denison University is offering $100,000.4 year scholarship to Ohio residents and Davidson College in North Carolina has frozen its tuition for the first time in a quarter century. All this comes at a time when colleges across the country Need students. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center says freshman enrollment during the pandemic is down 13% a decline the group calls unprecedented. In Washington. I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg Radio. Well, there's 24 hours a day on air and I'm limber, quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm to dispel a greeny. This is Bloomberg. And I'm the least. Pellegrini at Bloomberg World Headquarters. Malbert has covered 19 vaccine has been cleared by U. S regulators, and it is the second vaccine to gain emergency authorization this month. Brown University's Dr Ashish Jha says the efficacy between the Fizer vaccine already out and the new modern a vaccine are almost equal. There is so little difference between the fires are maternal vaccines that I personally be happy to get either one. They're essentially the same. The FDA is decision to grant the authorization for Moderna among adults means now that two of the six vaccine candidates identified by operations are now available to the public and all that happening in less than a year. Afeard, giving Wall Street banks the green light to resume billions of dollars of stock buybacks. Also, Nike reporting second quarter revenue and profit that topped forecasts. That's thanks to e commerce sales and an uptick in sales in China. Sales rose nearly 9% overall in the quarter that ended November 30th. Overall stocks fell today. The Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P all trading lower. And another side effect of the pandemic. The rising cost of a college education has finally stopped going up. We get more on that from Bloomberg's Nathan Hager. The phenomenon is showing up in a handful of liberal arts colleges, at least overland in Ohio has cut its tuition by $10,000. Nearby Denison University is offering $100,000.4 year scholarship to Ohio residents. And Davidson College in North Carolina has frozen its tuition for the first time in a quarter century. All this comes at a time when colleges across the country needs students. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center says freshman enrollment during the pandemic is down 13% a decline the group calls unprecedented. In Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg Radio. Global News 24 hours a day on air and, um Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm to dispel a greenie This is Bloomberg. This is.
"first vaccine" Discussed on WTOP
"Top environmental official, Michael Regan, will become the first black man to lead the environment. Until protection agency while New Mexico Congresswoman Deb Holland could become the first native American Cabinet secretary. The Biden transition team announced today that the president elect and his wife, Jill, will get their first doses of the Corona virus vaccine Monday. Vice President elect Kamila Harris and her husband, Doug Imhoff, will get their first dose is the following week. W GOP has learned that there was an email from the Bethesda Country Club that former President Barack Obama and the first lady have joined along with their two daughters. The former president is no stranger to country clubs. He had accepted an invitation to join Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase in 2017, and they will be joining the Bethesda Country Club coming up soon. So they get a couple of memberships there. Hey, we want to pay tribute tonight to one of our colleagues here in the Washington journalism community. Bruce Johnson is retiring as a news anchor reporter from Wushu Channel nine. After a 44 year career here in D. C. He started out as a reporter back in 19 set. 36 on what was then double d t. O p. T V, And since then, he's covered Washington's biggest stories, both in the field and at the anchor desk. Hillary You worked with Bruce Johnson for a number of years of Channel nine. You know him? Well, he is such an extraordinary guy, and he he's a reporter's reporter, having broken so many stories and just to give you an idea of how long he's been here, he covered the Hanafi Muslim siege downtown. We're marrying Barry was shot in 1977 reporter was killed. In that story, and his longevity is really remarkable, as are his accomplishments. You know, he helped raise. I think it was $70,000.1 time for some local kids to go to a championship game in Orlando. Just you know, there's there's just so much to say about Bruce. But most of all, what a beautiful human being. He is. Well, we congratulate him on such a fantastic career here in Washington, he has established legendary status in this community. He'll be remembered for years to come. And we will miss him on TV channel line. I'm sure your former colleagues there will miss him very greatly as well. Happy life. Bruce. Take care Bruce up next. In money. News stocks finished lower on the day. This could rescue some last minute shoppers. I'm John Aaron, It's 6 53. Wow, guys, This is quite the holiday feast or making all the money we've been saving with Navy federal. I figured we'd go all out. Kids. Yeah, I'm making KDD EMS. I'm helping with the turquoise star. But what? It's a turkey stuffed with tenderloin and lobster, huh? That which under the claws go with the low entropy are.
"first vaccine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"5 37 Dan's Arrows. Commuter weather temperatures this morning, Adam below freezing Quiet right now. First place start to fall after lunchtime and then this nor'easter intensifies as we move into the evening and overnight more on that coming up here in just a couple of minutes. Health officials recorded another 97 covert deaths on Tuesday, pushing the total over 16,000 here since the pandemic began. We are seeing a slight uptick in hospitalizations, but discharges are still close to daily admissions. The second day, the critical rate of transmission has dropped now at 1.10 below 1.0 indicates the virus is no longer spreading. As the vaccine rollout begins. Some Jersey residents are still nervous about getting the shot with the head of the Health Department says you don't have to worry about it. State Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says the culvert vaccine was given the green light a lot quicker than other vaccines because we're in such a serious health emergency, but it was carefully studied and found to be safe and effective, intense of thousands of people, the adverse events have been minimal. Muscle aches. Maybe a fever for 24 hours similar to flu like symptoms, and that is about it. We need to stop this virus as per securely. Covert. 19 is the biggest enemy we've ever fought. David Matthau, New Jersey one on 1.5 news. Hundreds more U. S. Hospitals have started their inoculations of workers as a second covert vaccine moves towards government authorization. The Food and Drug Administration says the vaccine developed by Moderna appears safe and highly effective. An expert panel Republican. We review the shot tomorrow clearance from the FDA could happen as early as Friday. Senate Majority leader McConnell says his members are not leaving D. C. Until the deal is done on a new stimulus package. Are they close? Maybe there is some indication an agreement is near that would revive subsidies for businesses help distribute vaccines, funds schools. Renews tuned to expire jobless benefits but Hopes are slim for another round of direct payments. Parents are essential to that's the title of a report released this week is key Federal Coben protections are set to expire for working parents, such as paid time off to be with your kids learning remotely. Report suggests many parents are being forced to choose between work and the needs of their Children. Mother of three, Genia Miller and Logan Township says with the families first coronavirus response acts scheduled as of now, to expire at year's end. I'm not sure my actions are going to consist of come January 1st. Her struggle is one of many cited in a new report from New Jersey policy Perspective, which finds the current crisis has worsened barriers to child care and economic security among families with chilled When the report coincides with the release of policy recommendations for state lawmakers to expand access to paid leave, for example, and strengthen worker protections. Dino Flam Me, a New Jersey one on 1.5 news. You're gonna have howled with list of schools moving toe all remote instruction at least until mid January. 2 officials say over 1000 students and faculty members have now been forced to quarantine at home is coded numbers increase in town. Ticket quotas have long been debated in public and on the user error. Waves. Quotas for tickets or arrest by police officers are not allowed, but they still happen in a roundabout way through performance evaluations. Senate Committee is advancing a bill to stop that, but it's unclear if this will ever make it any farther in the Legislature, Senator Declan Oh, scandalous has ticket quarters damaged the reputation of the police the eyes of the public. Our goal should be the greatest not in compliance and the greatest amount of safety with the least amount of punishment. That should be our gold ticket quotas and fitting tops against other cops really warped that gold Senator Joe Crying, opposes quotas. This has targeted enforcement efforts, including ticket writing or nevertheless, important, particularly now, during the Corona virus pandemic. There are repeated speeding complaints because traffic is down. Those that are on the road somehow think it's an airplane runway at the Statehouse Michael Simon's New Jersey one of 1.5 news. How many jerseys First news, 5 42. Chief meteorologist Dan Zero is tracking this nor'easter will have the latest of what you need to know about it. And then a recap of.
"first vaccine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So the federal budget is, by the way. Welcome back situation with Michael Brown federal budget is about $4.4 trillion When I left the afternoon show. Right? Tuned in tow. Fox News. I don't know why my tune in to Fox News. I am right there, right there was talking about Huh? In their panel was talking about what the new stimulus package might look like. And it's about three quarters of a billion dollars. You know, billion dollars here trillion dollars there. That's money we're going to spend once again. Mitch McConnell was quoted to saying. Why don't we just go ahead and pass everything that we that we agree upon and those things that we don't agree upon? Well, let's wait till the new administration comes in, and we'll do another package them. We're just gonna keep doing these packages. Think about this. So so we've got not one vaccine. The two vaccines. We then have also announced the news. Today We have home testing that you'll know your results at home without a prescription and 15 to 20 minutes without you covered 19. Yet we're told also that despite vaccines Despite home testing. Despite all of these things You heard at the top of the hour news. Tom must have talking about the fact that Michael Hancock says that well, you know, we can't have you people in inside dining because that's all the transmission is. Well, you know if we have all the vaccines We have home testing. If we have all of that. How about instead of spending money we don't have. How about we just let people go back to work? That we opened things back up. They're never gonna let us open back up until finally This friend of mine said today until finally people get fed up with him. My God. I would've thought you'd been fed up with it by now. But apparently not. Well, let's go back to the federal budget. $4.4 trillion In the panel of the Bret Bear on that whatever shows on Fox Was talking about 11 of the things that Josh Holly and I think one of the Democrats want to do is another round of $1200 payments. So husband, wife Forget $2400, and I don't know. I don't know whether you get $1200 for a kid or what? But And I know the $1200 for some people. Is a boatload of money. I also know this I think most individuals would rather that they be back at work. Actually earning that $1200. Then having the government that already spends $4.4 trillion Just handing it out to If you have the choice. I want you to seriously think about this. If you had the choice, you your husband and you your wife, Your husband? Whatever The combination is that your health You can either get $2400. Or the economy can open back up. And if you you know, if you want to take a vaccine, you take a vaccine. If you want to make sure you don't have covered you take a home test. You do all of these things. And we actually get back to our normal You know, working bitching about the traffic. Rapping about the office, whatever it might be. Or would you rather have the $2400 Back in 2011. Then Senator Tom Coburn. I am. Congressman James Lankford. Both Okies. They introduced the taxpayers right to know Act. Because they wanted to know in the $4.4 Trillion we spend every year. What is it by? What do we get? So they introduced this act on the bill defined the term program and required every agency of the government to report a complete list of all of their programs, but not just the programs. One of the outcomes. One of the metrics. For the past nine years. That bill has enjoyed almost near unanimous bipartisan support in both chambers, with the exception of two members. You have consistently held up its passage in the United States Senate first former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Now Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. At one point after lying for her replaced Colbert in the Senate sensors, Claire McCaskill and Langford even made 27 changes to the bill tried to mollify Chuck Schumer. Yet he maintained his hold. Refused to let the bill out of committee. You know, this bill is not ideal. After years of of obstruction, the taxpayer rights No act was added to the National Defense Authorization Act, which passed both chambers last week. Maybe we will. Maybe we don't want to know. Probably don't want to know, but maybe now we can. I actually figure out from that $4.4 Trillion that we spend. We can figure out. Oh, here's what we get for it. And I know particularly fear of the liberal persuasion. You think that we spend the majority of that $4.4 trillion or at least a significant amount of it on military spending? You would be wrong. You know what the $4.4 Trillion primarily comprised of Transfer payments. You will transfer payments or Taking money out of the pocket one taxpayer and giving it to somebody else. Transfer payments. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, every kind of social Welfare program that you can possibly imagine that makes up almost two thirds of the federal budget. Two thirds of that $4.4 trillion is just money that goes from one person to another person. We wonder why we can't have or compete with China on the Navy. We can't compete with China on the Navy because we'll have the money. At the same time, we don't have any money Congress. Republicans, conservatives fiscal conservative views Talking about sending everybody to check for $1200. You know what? Keep my $1200. Keep my $1200. Open the economy back up. We should all just in. There's the problem is you can't refuse it with shows up in your shows up in your checking account automatically. If you pay taxes, you don't pay taxes. It shows up on your VT card. So the only thing you could do if you really wanted to protest your $2400 that a couple might get his drive to check back to the U. S. Treasury. You know that money does goes to do that goes to reduce The national debt. I'm sorry, but you're $2400 is like peeing on the fence. It's not gonna do anything. It makes you feel good. Go ahead and do it. We are absolutely out of our minds. Western civilization faces these threats from China and Russia from mass migration. Look, we got new caravans coming up through Central and South America headed to Mexico. Oh, there was a little time it just right. They won't get there before January, 20th But by January, 21.
"first vaccine" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The first vaccines were given today in New Jersey, a nurse at University Hospital in New York the first receive it 56 year old Maritsa Benitez. Oh my God, very excited, very excited, happy and a desperate right because I couldn't wait for this moment as the Fizer vaccine is rolled out, the early official word on the Madonna vaccine is all good. FDA is initial review found modern is to dose vaccine highly effective in preventing covert 1914 days after the second dose, the most common side effect We're paying where the needle went in fatigue and headache, But few reported those side effects is being severe. There were no allergic reactions. But the FDA, its initial review said there's insufficient data to know whether the Madonna vaccine should be given to those under 18 pregnant women or people with compromised immune systems. That's correspondent Erica Too Risky Murder, Blasio's now pitching a full lockdown after Christmas, all nonessential businesses shut down just like we had in the spring, but that would be Governor. Cuomo's decision not De Blasio's. It's not persistent dichotomy. The good vaccine news versus the bad news of a Corona virus that's out of control. The U. S death toll has now topped 300,000 more than 16 million cases across the country, and both Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio are sounding like another lockdown could be coming. The people we caught up with pretty clear they're against the second lock down, but they all had varied reasons why Some saying Targeted enforcement is better. They need toe go to the here is where the people are not following the rules. They're walking around without mass all day every day. Those are the ones where is spreading at others arguing lockdowns don't slow the indoor person to person spread virus is like all of it. We have to go through this. Even more common is hearing people discuss the economic impact. A lot of business gonna be out of business. People We know work. People are hurting, you know? Financially. James Forman. W O R NEWS 2 FT of SNOW being forecast for New York City starting tomorrow afternoon, and that means a hit for restaurants. Restaurants that were just dealt a blow by having to shut indoor dining when I'll be without outdoor dining For part of this week, Mayor De Blasio is asking restaurant owners to bring in their outdoor equipment because of the storm. But if it's a structure that cannot be easily brought in, and it's going to stay out there We're asking the restaurant owners secure it to the best of their ability. We know that a sanitation has been alerted to work around it. The mayor says schools may be closed Thursday and that means in classroom students would switch to virtual learning. I'm kind of sad for the kids on the one hand on the other hand, we got a lot of learning that needs to be done A lot of catching up. I'm Scott Pringle, double the org Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell today publicly accepting that Joe Biden is the president elect. I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. The president elect is no stranger to the Senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. I also want to congratulate the vice President elect our colleague from California Senator Harris President Trump not backing down. He's tweeting that his landslide victory was turned into a tight loss because of what he calls tremendous.