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Kanye West gets 2 percent in national presidential poll
"Kanye West? Let's be the president. A long way to go. Though he has thrown his name into running for president, there's a pole the first national poll now now his presidential run. BIDEN FOR NATIONAL FULL Biden is at forty eight percent. Trump is at forty percent kinda west two percent.
US Podcast Ad Revenues grew 48% in 2019
"The US podcast at markets grew forty eight percent in two, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, seven, hundred and eight million dollars, according to the AP's annual podcast revenue study that's nearly thirty million dollars higher than they predicted host read ads were responsible for two thirds of the revenue. Now will not hate a billion in two thousand, nine twenty, though, but we are still growing the IB predict slow growth of fourteen point seven percent this year to eight hundred and twelve million dollars. Thanks to the Pan Dome thanks pandemic. It's official scripts has agreed to sell stitcher to Sirius Xm. The agreed price is three hundred twenty five million dollars. Would expect the announcement of new CEO FOR POCKET CAST shortly. It's likely to be John W. Gibbons based in La. He's a strategic advisor to Pod chaser and worked at MD and Amazon for fourteen years. SPOTIFY's Gimblett media is being sued for failing to make its podcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing. The New York lawsuit argues that GIMBLETT VIOLATES THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT for failing to provide closed captioning on various podcasts. Americans are starting their audio day a little later, according to new research from Edison Research. We hope you're enjoying your lion. Shift the kickoff event for the podcast movement. University happens later today it's free to take part and free to be a member. Australia Triton digital have published their podcast report for June total downloads virtually unchanged. The report only mentions participating publishers, not including the country's largest podcast publisher the AP. Even? Though they said that they were joining in the next few months back in October, we've got a pressing corean again. Hey, are insi- our podcast network. Australia, still number one according to Triton claims podcast listening in the news and entertainment categories are record highs. Pontiac has released the US top twenty podcast rank earthy Ben Shapiro show climbs to number five that also only measures participating publishers podcast podcasters unlimited is a new podcast network and consultantcy Paul chaser ratings, reviews and replies and are available on pod Kite Zeno. Is To district NPR podcast on their diaspora focused service and Brad Schwartz. ooh became the new podcasting boss of audible. Last month has left the company after employees discovered an old sexual harassment lawsuit in which Schwartz was named. And KOSS news once upon a time in the valley from enter cadence thirteen launched today, before the was Paris or Kim. There was Traci Lords, but this adult star wasn't Demi. Moore is starring and producing in a brand new podcast. Dirty Diana, the story of a dying marriage. How to partners find their way back to each other. And returning for a second series story bound is a radio this a program designed for the podcast age collaboration between the POD, glamorous and lit hub radio
Global airline ADRs updates
"France's Airbus is falling eight point six percent the French government unveiled a rescue plan for the playmaker and its suppliers that's valued at about seventeen billion dollars Airbus's ADRs had risen for six straight days and gained a total of forty eight percent European airline ADRs are dropping as U. S. peers also pull back British Airways owner IAG is down six point eight percent in Air France KLM is down seven point two percent Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways has risen five point three percent the carrier is selling four billion dollars in shares and warrants primarily the city's government and receiving a billion dollar loan from a government linked entities Cathay Pacific's largest shareholder is Hong Kong Swire Pacific who's eighty ours are also up five point three percent
Coronavirus spread by asymptomatic people 'appears to be rare,' WHO official says
"Development the World Health Organization said yesterday that spread from a symptomatic individuals is very rare but this morning in case you haven't heard yet they walked it back so joining me now to discuss areas covered nineteen news is doctor Ashman Bresson epidemiologist at Columbia University and CEO of fountain house a community based mental and public health organization doctor son welcome back to WNYC thank you for joining us again hi Brian thanks for having can you clear up first to the best of your ability there's a symptomatic spread confusion that the WHL seems to have slowed I think our believe previously was you don't have to be symptomatic to spread the virus then yesterday they said no that's not really true then this morning they walked that back do you ever handle yet on what's going on here yeah it's an unfortunate miscommunication on the part of W. H. O. and it just goes to show you how important really clear actionable information is during a crisis and during a pandemic I think what's clear is that W. H. O. was leaning on a limited set of studies that mainly from China but a few of their quote unquote member states which basically showed that the most severely ill people symptomatic people were the ones meeting most of ours which makes perfect sense because if you're more severely ill you've got more of the virus circulating in your body and you're more prone to shed that virus in your in your respiratory secretions in your mucous membranes and all that so there's part of that that's correct but what where they cared even making a somewhat maybe overstating her or making a more definitive statement than they should have talking about something absolutely and really what they were saying is a relic what they were saying is what they should have said something like you know symptomatic people the more severely ill are more likely to transmit that doesn't mean that a symptomatic increase symptomatic people do not transmit and you know for example pre symptomatic transmission and one study in Singapore was forty eight percent pre symptomatic transmission and one study in China with sixty three percent so either the individual studies that the W. show really just doesn't have enough data to be making statements like that came to the sowing confusion and I think that's why you saw them walk it back this
Who’s showing up for school during the pandemic? In Philadelphia, it’s just over half of students.
"Since teachers started taking online attendance last Monday the Philadelphia school district has just over half of its students are logging in here's could abuse Mike denardo fifty seven percent of students have logged into online classes according to preliminary figures presented to the school board forty eight percent of elementary school students and seventy three eight percent of middle and high school students have been present for class but the district chief of staff Naomi why it told the board the numbers don't fully represent who's present for class because there are other ways to take attendance including by text phone call sending pictures of work we're entering the Google classroom the district has loaned out eighty four thousand Chromebooks to about two thirds of its student body as for the quality of work being done superintendent William Hite told reporters earlier in the day that academically students will not be where they should and the goal now is simply to limit regression we do plan to do some sort of assessment for every child not a not a test with an assessment to see where those children skills are he says extra supports will be needed whenever kids return to school
Just over half of Philadelphia students participating in school online, early data says - WHYY
"The Philadelphia school district says just over half of its students are logging in to online classes since teachers talk started taking attendance last week a one of these Mike DiNardo reports fifty seven percent of students have logged into online classes according to preliminary figures presented to the school board forty eight percent of elementary school students and seventy three percent of middle and high school students have been present for class but the district chief of staff Naomi Wyatt told the board the numbers don't fully represent who's present for class because there are other ways to take attendance including by text phone call sending pictures of work we're entering the Google classroom the district has loaned out eighty four thousand Chromebooks to about two thirds of its student body as for
Boston Mayor Walsh offers message of support to nursing home residents, employees
"Boston mayor Marty Walsh updating the corona virus impact on the city during Monday's city hall briefing we have a total of eleven thousand one hundred and six cases that's an increase of fifty nine from yesterday in five hundred and thirty three people passed away an increase of eight from yesterday and I just wanted again just pass along our thoughts and prayers for those families who lost loved ones and also those families that are struggling with that of the stillness the Boston Medical Center is currently serving a hundred sixty four patients eighty two on the shelf aside eighty two on the hospital side altogether we have served more than six hundred fifty call the patients at the command center Boston hospitals are at a combined two hundred and ten percent of normal ice you capacity that number has come down somewhat but obviously it's not where it needs to be at and we need to continue to make physical distancing face coverings and good hygiene a priority on some updates and testing by the end of last week we had conducted a total of thirty six thousand seven to test or roughly five percent of the Boston population I rate a positive test last week was twenty percent per year over overall positive test rate down to twenty nine percent every neighborhood sorry so it's positive school down and that's a testament to the physical distance thing residents are joining an expanding testing city wide I want to thank you for that the neighborhoods with the biggest reductions last week response than with a ninety percent drop in positive results and Mattapan which had a fifteen percent drop that's a testament to the hard work of our health care inequities counts once in and and also the ways we're targeting our region testing try most impacted communities and all as that work continues I want to thank everyone involved there I also want to thank the residents are in the community who have done some amazing work by by practising physical social distancing wearing face mask and on all the things that are important mayor Walsh notes the devastating impact the viruses had on nursing homes these facilities are licensed and regulated by the state so our work in these areas tied to the state's efforts and done in collaboration with them but I want to assure residents and families and staff that we've been in constant contact with elder care facility since the beginning of this crisis in the city we speak with administrators of these institutions every single day and we're doing everything we can to get them the resources and the support that they need we created a disease containment strike team too right to help any facility facing operate currently we're actively supporting nine facilities as of may fifth we provide over four hundred fourteen staff ships which includes nurses nursing assistants and personal care attendants we've also worked to help administrative supports in these facilities we've provided two hundred six thousand items of personal protective equipment including sixty two thousand surgical masks six thousand facials and over fourteen thousand gallons I pledge right now in the city that we're going to continue our support financing homes in their residence they're the most severely impacted in this crisis that includes the families with loved ones in these facilities I know there is a desire for more information but we do our best to share the data that we can while respecting confidentially a person's health data the state has data from bosses facility we want to share that data on a weekly basis starting today as of may ninth across thirty nine facilities in the city of Austin two hundred fifty two residents had passed away that's forty eight percent of our city wide total we pray for all those individuals and their families and I know their families whose loved ones in the facility there's nothing week more they can remove the fear concern when you hear those numbers especially hard when you can't visit your family member we'll continue sharing as much information as we can I also want to speak directly to the residents of a nursing homes assisted living and other care facilities too much of the conversation is on the issue has been about you and not enough has been said to you I want you to know we see you we are thinking about you you are loved in value your contributed more to our city than anyone eleven now many of you served our country many of you raise your children and work for the institutions that we're relying on right now in this crisis you dedicated your life to making our community stronger and we must dedicate our office just safety and dignity not just during this crisis but also at all times we owe you everything we are working every day on ways we can support you and help keep you safe as summer approaches the mayor says his administration is working on ways to provide enough space to ensure social distancing we want to make sure our small businesses can get the support they need and we want to make sure everyone has a safe and healthy transportation options so in addition to our planned capital investment in safe and sustainable streets we've been looking for ways to expand space for pedestrians small business customers cyclists and bus commuters the things we are thinking about include expanding sidewalks in business districts that can help with physical distance thing especially where people wait in line for businesses that are following new capacity guidelines opening up entirely in suggestions a cycle issues which could also calm traffic speeds we we need to do this in a way that does not cut off from merging vehicles or delivery access for residents expanding bus stops or bus it making bus Ruprecht press priorities on the road well subway ridership is down we are seeing essential workers continue to rely on questions if these ideas will help us meet our goals we will develop proposals for specific locations to share with the community for the feedback before moving forward this is an important issue for safe recovery and we need to have an inclusive conversation to get it right
Will issue of players' salaries cancel MLB season?
"Right so rob Manfred is the commissioner Major League Baseball and he's on a conference call probably still on this conference call with the thirty owners to talk about the move to actually hold some sort of a baseball season this season and what happens is the commissioner goes to the owners they agree on a plan and then they have to take it to the Major League Baseball Players Association the union for them to sign off on and one of the big sticking points is going to be the pay baseball teams are not making any money and one of the arguments is that this would be a season where all of the players get pro rated salaries and they'll try to do some sort of revenue sharing as well they want to propose revenue sharing plan that guarantees that players would get forty eight percent of all the revenue this year now it's common in other sports NHL NFL NFL players get forty eight percent NHL players get fifty percent NBA players get about that same way but it would be on precedent when it comes to Major League Baseball the salary reduction egg issue is what figures the most significant hurdle
Chris Cuomo on Covid-19 Recovery
"I tested positive scare. Yes as you might imagine. So let's focus. Let's use this example of me having as proof that you can get it to God forbid we do everything we can to avoid being sick. We have to do it for ourselves. Families are for those on the front lines. Were saving lives of people like me and many of you if you couldn't tell by now that CNN anchor. Chris Cuomo Kristen. I have been friends for a long time and last month. He was diagnosed with cove in nineteen and ever since then. He has been broadcasting as nightly show from his basement. It took weeks but he was eventually cleared to emerge from self isolation. It's been a journey for Chris. No doubt and we've been discussing that journey a lot on his show and on our own like a lot of people. I was worried about him even giving him some advice as a doctor and a friend. Dr Sanjay Gupta. Our chief is back. My brother North Star for many of us are during this time. You were right when you told me that. I would see a different side of this once. The virus took root Chris a warrior. But you're allowed to take a day off. You know we love you. We think about you and it's okay to take a day off totally right. You gotTa Take Care of yourself. I you can't take care of anybody else. Since his initial diagnosis Chris's wife Christina. And his son. Mario have also been diagnosed with Kovic nineteen. Now that he's through the worst of it I wanted to catch up and ask him about his experience with the virus and also find out how he and his family are now doing. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. Let me ask you about you. What what are your days like nowadays you know. Tell me everything. When when are you waking up? What are you doing? How do you spend your time? Well it's changing. This has been a transformative event for me. I've never been knocked at my ass like this before headline disease. I was diagnosed with. Ptsd they put me on the pediatric doses select. So you don't have to work through a wire was having these dreams and all that stuff but nothing like this. You know a shivering mess for days where I was forced to be isolated and take stock in a way that I never had in my adult life so I went from doing nothing all day except preparing to do that. One Hour of television after which I be sweaty mess and fall down on the couch and basically lay there for like six hours and then get into some weird sleep cycle now. I am in the recovery phase which I didn't know existed and I am trying to be highly structured so I wake up early. I write and I read. Then I'm trying to start upping my activity curve. I can do very little exercise if I do too much. I heat up and I start to get a wave of almost like kind of a mild nausea and now that I don't have to be isolated. I'm waking the kids up in the morning for school Doing Breakfast Christina is needs to sleep it hits her hard at night her symptoms. She gets really bad. Sinus pressure at night and there are no great answers and I am still warm and they say I may be four weeks but I have a little bit more energy. Feel about forty eight percent myself. I can see you. Obviously the people who are listening to this. Podcast cannot but you you look a lot better. I mean we talk a Lot. I see you a lot You know obviously just via screen like this but You better one thing I do want to say. Is that when we first talked about this about you? Having a positive result on that on that test I gotTa tell you I was. I was worried in in in these. Aren't things that I told you while you were still dealing with this because I was modulating myself even so the conversation I'm having with you now is a different conversation? Because I've been reading stories about young people who had really no pre existing illness or anything and them getting really sick. Chris and even dying now. Am I going to share that with you on television? You know as you're dealing with this no I'm not now. I don't think that that's not being honest. I think it's it's it's modulating how I present things a little bit but I gotTa tell you I was. I was worried about you and there were times when you had these declines in your in your nights were terrible and your pulse symmetry your oxygenation was a little lower than I would have liked and I knew that you couldn't necessarily get to the hospital right away so I was worried and I guess the question is were you. Did you ever think that this was going to go sideways you I? There's so much of an unknown right and what You keep. Relying on is perspective that it's not supposed to be. It's not supposed to be me. I was having those funky dreams. A Lotta people have and I take a lot of comfort in new coverted community the I got patched into through this of people. It's so comforting Sanjay. When somebody's had the same that you had the commiseration things real you know. You got those crazy shakes. You Bruges leg yet. You know banging your legs into each other. Yeah I got that Bruce.
A Summary of Automation and Job Related Impact and Solutions
"So regarding the future of technology and the ability to automate human tasks and even entire jobs there are really two dominant positions that people have held over time so one is the historical perspective which really falls in line with the idea of creative destruction and the perspective that rose from the late movement in the eighteen hundreds that of technological unemployment so in a two thousand fourteen questionnaire by the Pew Research Center there were well over two thousand known experts in the field of technology that were questioned on which side of this argument. They fell on either the creative destruction side or the technological unemployment side so the chief scientists of salesforce dot com vice president of Google and the principal researcher for Microsoft were among those interviewed so forty eight percent of all the experts envisioned a future of technological unemployment in which robots and digital agents have displaced significant numbers of both blue and white collar workers with many expressing concern that this will lead to vast increases in income inequality masses of people who are effectively unemployable and breakdowns. In the social order on the other side though fifty two percent expected a future of continuous creative destruction where technology will not displace more jobs than it creates by twenty twenty five so this group anticipated that many jobs currently performed by humans will be substantially taken over by robots or digital agents by two thousand twenty five but they have faith that human ingenuity will create new jobs industries and ways to make a living just as it has been doing since the dawn of the industrial revolution. So this is just one example of a clear divide between the possible futures but I think represents discussions and debates that are ongoing by many people and shows why think a podcast that explores these ideas is so important today but what about the technologies that will be doing the future disruptions so I started this podcast by looking at artificial intelligence as it is seen as the technology with the most potential to impact the way that we work so we currently have many examples of narrow a I think of examples like Alpha. Go that is able to defeat any human chess or go player as well as many other online competitive games or a system built in San Francisco by it company called and Lick where it was a fifty percent better at classifying tumors. Compared against three expert human radiologists working together. So we can see that the industry as of at least two thousand eighteen was worth about one point two trillion. Us dollars an estimated to reach up to around four trillion by twenty twenty two and with it it has generated a significant amount of jobs focused on building and improving the technology as well as the business cases and applications for its use so current narrow. Ai also augments people's capabilities in what has been termed center teams. This is where humans work beside AI. Applications to improve the quality of work done so the radiologists example actually enables the human health care worker to focus on other tasks that can lead to more patient care and human to human interaction but the ultimate goal in some ai circles is artificial general intelligence which has the capacity to understand or learn any intellectual task that a human being can so specifically once a artificial general intelligence or agi comes about. It is entirely possible that human creativity ingenuity and even capacity for reason will be made completely inferior much like our chess skills of today so this could apply to music and even the arts in general where. Ai Systems are already composing music and designing drawings. So if taken to its logical conclusion we would be hard pressed to think of a place where humans would be relevant or even needed anywhere for employment purposes at all so robots also play a large role in this discussion especially as they are more physical and tangible than a digital ai algorithm there are now some two point five million industrial robots in use across the world with the numbers being assault actually increasing every year. So four hundred thousand were installed in two thousand eight alone and the numbers are expected to be much larger in two thousand nineteen When those numbers come out so repetitive manufacturing jobs are the hardest hit with the adoption of industrial robots. As these metal workers are able to work twenty four and don't need any breaks holidays or sick leave which leads to drastic increases inefficiencies but service robots on the other hand have gone over sixteen million units sold across the world and are composed of a robot. Vacuums autonomous guided vehicles drones EXO skeletons etc so overall service robots tend to augment human worker capabilities which leads to the transformation of jobs rather than their elimination for example elder care. Robots and agricultural inspection drones are good examples. Where the technology helps employees with specific tasks autonomous guided vehicles or. Hiv's however have been put to use within logistic centers as walls warehouses to create. What are called lights out or dark? Warehouses or humans are being completely removed to allow for streamline workflows in the dark and without heating so the number of expenses actually decreases as well and they're not a traditional robot three D. printing or additive manufacturing technologies. Also hold great promise to shorten supply chains by enabling something called on demand as well as on location production of really customizable products. So the interesting part of Three D. Printing I think is that many different materials can also be used allowing traditional manufacturing to be disrupted but also healthcare and construction as both organs and even houses can be essentially printed in shorter periods of time with much greater accuracy so moving on Autonomous Vehicles. Perhaps one of the most popular emerging technologies also has one of the largest autonation potentials of many technologies simply because one of the main jobs across the world which is held by millions has to do with the transportation of both people or goods so taxi and truck drivers delivery workers Boat and train captains and even pilots as well as all the supporting businesses around transportation vehicles are essentially under threat of becoming obsolete within the next decade so though passenger cars require the strictest testing do the of course close interaction with an urban population. We already see examples of fully automated trains boats trucks and planes already being implemented so many of these autonomous vehicles still have humans monitoring them in case of an emergency but in some cases only one human employees who is monitoring is required for a small fleet of vehicles which leads to question what will happen to current employees wants. This technology is implemented so both virtual reality and augmented reality are emerging technologies and are already impacting jobs by helping with the training and reskilling of employees so the VR training course has already been shown to be as comparable as an analogue or real life course when it comes to learning and retention of the information but what is perhaps even more interesting right now is that specifically VR is going to possibly open up an entirely new space where people can interact and communicate and exchange services leading to potentially new economies that are purely
Trump gets first positive approval rating in Post-ABC poll
"Another poll just came out boy a Washington post ABC news poll president trump's approval is sharply up in the midst of this corona virus outbreak his job approval rating is now again this is the Washington post ABC poll his job approval rating is at forty eight percent positive forty six percent negative among all adults that's a dramatic swing from just February where he was at forty three percent positive and fifty three percent negative clearly Americans are are well approving of the way he's responding and the way the White House is it
NFL players approve labor deal, including 17-game season
"NFL players voted to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with the National Football League the new CBA will allow the NFL to increase the regular season to seventeen games beginning in twenty twenty one the playoffs would be expanded next season from twelve to fourteen teams there will be increases and rosters to fifty five players active on game day from forty six to forty eight minimum salaries and benefits for current and former players will increase and the players will get at least forty eight percent of all league revenues Mike thank you so New York
Joe Biden celebrates win in South Carolina primary
"To being called a resounding victory Joe Biden got forty eight percent of the votes in yesterday's South Carolina Democratic Party he got his comeback kid moment not down founded out left behind Bernie Sanders came in second with twenty percent the campaigns move on to next week for super
Players to vote on NFL owners' proposed labor deal
"The other news around the NFL today he is the new CBS so right now leadership in the NFL has said you know what this looks good to us let's put this in front of our membership for approval so a step closer to this thing getting ratified the NFL Players Association just needs a majority of the approximately two thousand players to accept the agreement and it would be a goal for this year there's a couple of things that are notable number one the seventeen game schedule Spain sixteen games since nineteen seventy eight so this will be adding a game for the first time in more than forty years an expansion of the regular season also two new playoff teams won the AFC won in the NFC meaning that the number one seed would be the only seed with a bite no more would there be a bye for the two CD you get a bye for the one see that everybody else would play wild card weekend it would mean also expanded roster so more jobs for players they have a higher percentage of the revenue up to forty eight percent of the revenue there would also be a shortened pre season eliminating the fourth preseason
Cristina Tzintzn Ramirez, Candidate for Senate in Texas
"Cincinnati Eras. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me glad to be here you are one of my very first guests with the electorate. I think in two thousand seventeen the very first year and I talked to you because you had an organization called Jolt in Texas which was to register voters. Latino voters in Texas. Is that still going on? Jolt Yeah Jolt is up and running across the state and quickly become one of the most important political forces in Texas lifted up the voice vote of thousands of Latinos across the state of. It's amazing so what made you decide to run for the Senate so I wasn't looking to run for the Senate. Texas has changed a lot in the last few years and some of the state's most important progressive leaders and folks that helped run better. O'rourke Senate race. I guess we're in a meeting back in April and recognized that the state is very close to flipping but for us to get over that last hump to flip the state that we have to drive up voter turnout amongst young people in that he knows and I'm one of the folks on the best job of that in our state and so they asked me to run for. Us Senate also because of my policy background working on raising wages Making job see for my first organization. Workers Defense Project also tackling issues like student debt climate change and based on that resume. They thought that I would be a good fit to run for. Us Senate and at first. I told them no and they kept calling me and I thought no because I felt like the really wrong time for me. Personally I have a two year old little boy named Santi at home that I raised primarily by myself and I went on a long walk after the kept calling me because I lived for changing the politics of Texas and they were really convincing me that this was the best way to influence the political outcome on the progressive issues that I care about and so I went on this long walk and I thought yes. It's totally the wrong time for me personally but it was also the wrong time for me personally when I was twenty four years old and I launched my first nonprofit called Workers Defense Project and it was the wrong time for me personally when I was six months pregnant the week after the two thousand sixteen election and I launched jolt so I thought yes. It's the wrong time me personally. But maybe it's the right time in Texas history for Progressive Latina to become our next senator so I threw my hat into the ring and here we are well. That's really great. That's a really great story. I mean I'm just thinking about I mean because I have a baby at home I understand. Thank you and I'm always thinking about that. Like I talked to women like you. And they're all at different stages of their political careers and they all have really good advice. I remember talking to someone last year. Who was running in the November elections and she said something to the effect of you. You're more ready than you think. You are. Always think that we're not ready. So I love hearing stories like yours so congratulations. Thanks Emma's who really know is it. Does it feel heavy to have so many people relying on you saying you're the one you're the one we think you can do this like what does that feel like. You know. I think after being a jolt and working across the state to have young people especially young Latinos see they were this tremendous political force. I realized that so much of the reason why it was hard for people to believe that was because they didn't see anybody in power that reflected their stories their experiences. It looked like them that came from their backgrounds and so every day I wake up I think about what a gift. And what a responsibility this is to be running that. I WANNA be everyone senator in Texas and I also want to uplift the stories and communities often haven't been reflected in what story gets told about Texas so there is always some piece of you that wonders is this actually what I should be doing. And then there's another part of you that realizes that this is the right moment. This is the right time. And if we're not the ones to cease it than who will and so. That really keeps me going and focused on. Why I'm doing this and who I'm doing it for and what it means to many many people across my state so what story is told about Texas that you think is incorrect or needs some correction the narrative about Texas. Well you know. I think when people think of Texas they think of state. That's pretty monolithic. Actually they think of cowboys and Barbecue. And there's great barbecue and Greek cowboys and Texas to be sure but our state is actually incredibly diverse. From I want people to think of Texas I want people to think of the Anthony Bourdain episode where he goes to Houston Texas which is one of the most diverse cities in America and he goes to a Kenyatta and is there with a Latino family. He goes into a Vietnamese community into African refugee communities to meet with African American communities and it just and then goes and eats barbecue. And it's just this beautiful reflection of WHO Texas is. That's the Texas that I see and that is really who we are as a state in that one in three Texans are like me we are immigrants or children of immigrants. I think so much of WHO Texas is today is who the rest of the country will be common. I think it's a beautiful diverse place that I want to uplift and for other people to see while it's really beautiful. I have to go back and watch that episode. It's one of the bats. Yeah I'll have to watch it. You know it's funny because you're talking about better O'Rourke right and what people are thinking about the state of Texas and the possibility of it flipping so I was just looking at those numbers and first of all just want to point out that your primary field is huge right there. Lots of people running in this primary for the seat right. That's one thing. So maybe they the same idea that this is a great time to try to you. Know get involved in flipping Texas but the second thing you know. A lot of the analysis says that there is a better effect here and I think in twenty one thousand nine hundred Ted Cruz one by a little over two slightly a hair over fifty percent and better work product forty-eight percent but that was a five percentage point improvement over Clinton because I think trump won Texas by fifty two percent in Clinton loss with forty three percent. I mean is that what people are looking at? Yes so you know just in the last few years. We've seen a huge uptick in voter participation. What you have to remember about Texas people have said were. This has been a long time red state and while it's true that we've Gone Republican. We've more than anything. Been a nonvoting state. We've had one of the lowest voter turnouts and that's how Republicans have held power in Texas. They have been happy to win without a mandate but with a minority voters participating. And now because that's changing we're starting to see that Texas who are future leaders will be will likely change in likely happen in twenty twenty. We are one of the youngest states in the country where majority people of Color and those young people and people of Color and progressive white folks are voting like never before in Texas and I think with trump on the ballot. You're going to see a massive wave of Latino voter turnout in Texas. Because half of all those turning eighteen in the state are Latino and they are voting decidedly for progressive candidates. So what do you think that is I mean? Why do you think that you have low voter turnout in Texas? Because I know that states had to have low voter turnout. The story is different for each one. There's always some voter suppression. You know especially in the states that have high populations of people of Color right you know. I always dismissed the idea that apathy is a big part of it. Like what do you think it is with Texas? Will you look at the states that have lower voter turnout? A lot of them are going to be states where people are working many hours In Texas we actually work more hours than most people in other states We have people in power that have made it increasingly difficult to register to vote and to vote and that ends up getting reflected in who actually goes to the polls and now though that is changing and it's changing because also Democrats are taking control over the big metro areas in our state which were the majority of the State's population lives and they're making it easier and more accessible to vote so place like in Houston which is Harris County. They're now extending hours to where you can vote and making sure you can anywhere in the county that you don't have to vote your precinct where your local polling station. And that's changing the outcome of
Report: NFL will add playoff team to each conference beginning this season
"Says these NFL expanded playoffs is people saying wait what and if I expanded playoffs that's right Adam Schefter Anna no where everybody know this was coming I did notice is common debt the NFL's thinking of expanding the playoffs it is only gonna do it and add a seventeen game which we've heard Richard Sherman among others no they don't want any part of that strongly again once their bodies man I mean it you know so the players are going to vote on this but obviously you know it's all things bargaining and we'll see what they get Emmanuel Sanders played seventeen last year was a big question I have is if this were to go through and then with the new play because because I heard you talking about this today does that mean the new playoff format for number one seed even would include you would have to win three playoff games just to get to those who want to get to buy once he gets a bye you have to the other six teams play three winners emerge in there for shop at the to see now would have to play well card we have that's the change so it's still like the Packers getting a bra they wouldn't they would have they would have to play but that same with that's that that's the interesting thing is the Packers would have not had a bye neither would Kansas city Kansas city whatever to play four games to win a Super gaffe gonna be that one see that's why it's a lot of exchange that's like a quarter of a season rail like that then what what players get in return is an up tick from the forty seven percent of total revenue they're currently guaranteed over the full CBA so that they would go to forty eight percent they get more money what is that going to compromise a level of football two by the tech guy can be like that's already did but that went like you don't you might not be getting the best product because now you talk and seventeen games plus maybe four plus two it's just too already players are gonna sign off on these do what they are we'll see I don't know I don't know about that one the fact is being reported by the likes of a Mike silver and Ian Rapoport in Adam Schefter means we're getting close to his Shafter okay give me some shifter on this we're gonna get more regular season weeks we're gonna get more post season games more wall car action and one of the players get an increase in their percent of the revenue now right now the NFL players get forty seven percent of the current revenue under the terms of the new deal he'll be forty eight percent for sixteen games and forty eight and a half percent for a seventeen game season which means a shift of five billion dollars that's five would that be billion dollars so the players get a lot more money the NFL gets more games to sell which equals more money and basically there's more money for everybody to go around the ever the old phrase everybody has their price there you go you know policy ever made a scene I mean eyes their price and they did that players like no no no no no five billion nine maybe and I'm pretty sure they somebody always talking right the seventeenth game I don't think would be added until the twenty twenty one season but the fourteenth I guess the thirteenth and fourteenth playoff teams could be added as early as this season is that correct I'm not sure twenty twenty one well the the at the current buyers following this season right but they're still talk about adding the playoff format I think they could change with approval but is this good for football the like is this good I wonder it's gonna do like the ultimately the product to be honest I can honestly see load management entering the other that's all they're going to have to the human body can only take so much they might you might see a stud like George killer somebody like sit out a game I wouldn't I would totally understand that you can't expect the human body to survive twenty one an NFL full on from there so few gave you got a win everyone of you place you can't load manage too
Jobs and Skills of the Future
"To get into today's core idea. I WANNA start off by referring to a two thousand fourteen questionnaire by the Pew Research Center so here. Some two thousand experts in the field of technology both those building the actual technologies and businesses as well as those who report on. It responded to questions about the impact of automation technologies so this was actually quite a high level questionnaire and some of the experts for the chief scientists of say for example SALESFORCE DOT com. There's also the vice president of Google. Even the principal researcher for Microsoft. So I wanted to refer to this questionnaire as I think it really highlights the goal of these last two episodes and the podcast as a whole so we can start off with The first group so forty eight percent of all the experts envisioned a future in which robots and digital agents have displaced significant numbers of both blue and white collar workers with many expressing concern that this will lead to vast increases in income inequality masses of people who are effectively unemployable and breakdowns in the social order. But on the other side of this the other half some fifty two percent expect that technology will not displace more jobs than it creates by at least twenty twenty five to be sure. This group anticipates that many jobs currently performed by humans will be substantially taken over by robots or digital agents by twenty twenty five but they have faith that human ingenuity will create new jobs industries and ways to make living just as has been doing since the dawn of the industrial revolution. But does this second group of experts have any lakes stand on so we know that through history jobs and the skills required for those jobs have been changing drastically due to the technological advancements bringing about large changes so you can think about the large changes that we as a species have gone through from hunter gatherers to use an agriculture to the first industrial revolution electrification computerization and the start of the Internet as well as today's fourth industrial revolution. So each of these epochs or eras are I think easily visualized having massively different jobs and tasks and of course the different skills attached to them but have these shifts created more or less jobs. I think that the answer is quite apparent but The net impact of new technologies on employment can really be seen as strongly positive and this is shown in a two thousand eleven. Study by Mackenzie's Paris office and they found that Looking at one of the main technologies that was Believed to destroy Significant amount of jobs the Internet had destroyed five hundred thousand jobs in France alone in the previous fifteen years but at the same time had created one point two million other jobs. This is a net addition of some seven hundred thousand or two point. Four jobs created for every single job destroyed so furthermore one third of new jobs created in United States. In the past twenty five years were types that did not exist or barely existed and these were in areas including It development hardware manufacturing APP creation and IT systems management so think that the argument is quite similar anywhere. You look and is really based on historical fact as mentioned during this podcast if you follow this historical perspective the future has new and emerging technologies constantly creating new jobs that humans will need to do. But what is predicted about how? Tomorrow's jobs and skills and how they look like so. There are dozens if not hundreds of reports out there looking at trends and predicting what these changes will be so I specifically looked at a number of reports ranging from two thousand fourteen till eight two thousand nineteen made by some of the big hitters like the McKinsey Global Institute the World Economic Forum the European Commission the Pew Research Center and others as always links will be in the show notes. If any of you want to look more into depth in these issues I will attempt to point out. The main issues presented with a focus on two ideas. What are going to be. The main new jobs of the future and to what specific skills will be required to perform them so new jobs related to the development maintenance and upgrading of AI. Or artificial intelligence as well as big data infrastructures are among those expected to grow. Significantly so digital technology can also enable new forms of entrepreneurial activity workers in small businesses and self employed occupations can benefit from higher income. Earning opportunities and this leads to a potential. New Category of knowledge enabled jobs becoming possible as machines imbed intelligence and knowledge that less skilled workers can then access with little training. So I've used this podcast even a number of times to illustrate a similar point for example I am putting together a monthly newsletter that I hope to have ready in a few weeks rather than having to design every single part of it online tools with prebuilt templates make the process significantly faster and allows someone without any design experience to produce something with a good level of quality or at least I hope granted this is a very simplistic example without any embedded intelligence but I hope it helps to illustrate the standing on the shoulder of giants picture. This future scenario is trying to push so one of the central themes that runs through many of these future. Job Scenarios is how much emotional intelligence and human to human interaction is in the changing environment so as the routine and Monday jobs are more and more done by automated systems. This will open up the opportunity to have more human interaction than we do today or at least this is what it's forecasted to be so cognizance feature of work reports have actually been quite interesting in this regard as they build this idea into a future scenario. Where over forty new jobs are imagined up to around twenty thirty so you can look at the show notes for links to the two reports. That will list all the jobs but some of the more interesting ones. I'll list right here. So the first one is something called an augmented reality journey. Builder and this future job is envisioned to collaborate with engineers to create the essential elements for customers to move through any sort of augmented reality experience. The second one here is the genetic diversity officer and they are envisioned to construct and encourage adherence to a company wide genetic equity policy that includes an kind of forces genetic diversity The third one is something called a data detective and they will uncover meaningful business answers and recommendations by investigating data through sensors devices and biometric monitors as well as other things that are used in organizations one of the last ones is smart home design manager and they will help customers design and integrate technologies into their smart homes of course. But then again with this increased digital connectivity there is also the increased hacking and security threats and thus positions around this are bound to increase in number as well as in type so one possible Position for seeing that I thought was quite interesting. Something called a juvenile cybercrime rehabilitation counselor and their jobs will be to help the convicted cybercriminals to redirect their online talents towards ethical behavior for the betterment of society. So I think it'll be really interesting to see whether any or all of these envisioned positions will be created over the next ten years. I'm pretty sure that very few people were able to guess the new kind of positions and jobs that are created through the internet or through Ai. So I'm happy to see that cognizant was able to creatively come up with some potential jobs of the future but this leads us to the next point regarding skills if we assume that new jobs are continually created but also significantly change. Do we currently have the skills needed to take on these new shifting roles so the OECD two thousand nineteen future of work report estimated that thirty two percent of all jobs will change significantly in the future though it was quite unspecified as a half that timeframe extends to McKinsey estimates that globally. Three hundred and seventy five million workers may need to switch occupations by twenty thirty but many adults do not seem to have the right skills for these changes. And they say that six out of ten adults lack basic. Ict skills or even have no computer experience which was quite shocking for me to hear. This is compounded with the fact that out of all jobs that are done in the OECD. Highly skilled jobs have increased by twenty five percent over the last twenty years. And this is further compounded by fact that the jobs that are most exposed to automation appear to be those that require relatively low levels of formal education those that do not involve relatively complex social interaction and those that involve routine manual tasks so the World Economic Forum actually highlighted a list of the top ten skills needed in twenty twenty as compared to twenty fifteen. So list will be fully available on the website but all Name a couple the more interesting ones here so these actually fit quite well in what was talked about above so A number one. There's complex problem solving followed by critical thinking and third being creativity. Then four five and six. I'll have to deal with interaction with people so you have people management followed by coordinating with others and the six one being emotional intelligence so I think this is kind of interesting especially in taken. In contrast to the top ten skills that were listed in two thousand fifteen although a number of them are still the same. There are some like active listening or quality control. Which don't even make it into twenty twenty at all and this is just an a five year period of time. Which I think is quite astonishing as you would need to be constantly learning in order to keep up with ever changing New Skills that are needed and I think this is a good segue into one of the last point of this podcast episode in that in all of these Studies and reports that went over for this episode. One of the main central ideas that is pushed forward is that a constant lifelong attempt at learning new skills. new ways of dealing with people is perhaps the most important thing as we go forward into this new and constantly shifting future so to sum up those jobs growing the most by twenty thirty appear to be those that require higher education intensive use of social and interactive skills and at least a basic knowledge of
Study shows Jewish population in Philadelphia area is growing, more diverse
"Researchers surprised at some of the results of a recent study on the Jewish population in Philadelphia and the suburbs a little center primer tells us about the findings which were released today the first thing that jumped out at Stephen Rosenberg with the Jewish federation of greater Philadelphia we found that the community is larger than we had originally thought with over three hundred fifty thousand Jewish people that numbers two thirds higher than the last time the study was done ten years ago something else that caught his eye we found that the community is more diverse than we had anticipated almost ten percent of the population are Jews of color which is of growing subset we have a large interface community bought forty eight percent he says the study isn't just on out of curiosity we have a nine two synagogues in our region we have dozens of Jewish agencies that we allocate grants to over the course of the year and this data will allow us to be even more planned for as we make these allocations and with all of today's technology at their fingertips Rosenberg says they may not wait ten more years to do the study again at the Jewish community services building in center city enter Kramer K. one of your
"forty eight percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center thank you Tom the weather stories next sponsored by cars for kids do we get spoiled over the weekend is get a reality check now from the W. C. B. S. weather center in for crackdown here's bread with Brett yeah much cooler today compared to yesterday clouds and some sunshine high only up to forty eight partly cloudy tonight with a low down to forty for tomorrow turning out mostly cloudy with a shower or two during the afternoon or evening hi climbing up to forty eight then for Wednesday partly sunny and mild or high of fifty four for Thursday clouds and some sunshine windy and turning colder with a shower possible hi forty seven although temperature should fall into the thirties by the start of the evening commute and then Friday colder with sun and a few clouds high of thirty six back to you Brett Edwards this morning's infer crackdown of the W. C. B. S. weather center to Monday morning at eight twenty AM when you look around at all the high rises going up around Manhattan keep in mind this from The New York Times they are sitting now half empty forty eight percent of the apartment the came to the market after twenty fifteen forty eight percent of them remain unsold US Supreme Court this week we'll hear the Bridgegate appeals of Bridget Kelly and bill Baroni who were both sentenced to prison in that scheme to close down local lanes of the George Washington bridge in Fort Lee to punish the mayor for not supporting Chris Christie W. CBS news time may twenty one and the cat in the hat in nineteen eighty four are among the most checked out books in the history of the New York City public library to kill a mockingbird Charlotte's web also found in the top ten list was released by the library today the number one spot was taken by the snowy day the as reject Keats work that won the Calcot in nineteen sixty three Dale Carnegie's how to win friends and influence people in Fahrenheit four fifty one also make the top ten we're just now getting the academy award nominations and for actress in a supporting role Kathy Bates and Richard jewel Laura Dern from marriage story she was great in that Scarlett Johannson judge rabbit Florence few little women and Margot Robbie who would really.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Times and businesses from Bloomberg his Patrice a car robots are becoming smarter and more nimble and that's opening doors to jobs outside the automotive industry deliveries of robots to carmakers fell twelve percent last year but shipments to food and consumer products companies they surged forty eight percent Bloomberg's Tom blacks as robots can take over repetitive tasks picking and packing is is one of those areas and that that's exploding because of the commerce and the U. S. bureau of labor statistics says there's a record number of vacancies forever has jobs held by humans blacks as robots are now teachable even if you wanted to say I want you to grab a red apple and leave the green apples they can learn the next important step will be mobility so that you have the robot not only be able to see things being on the pick things up but I'll actually be able to to move in go to to where the task needs to be done still in the future the ability to fold clothes and load the dishwasher could we work on that please I'm Patrice Sikora Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio it's one Sam president trump is now firing away at one of his most prominent congressional investigators there have been repeated tweets over the weekend and strong reactions like Tom forty the president's acting chief of staff explains his most recent attacks on on African American member of Congress Maryland Democrat Elijah Cummings and his Baltimore area district this way he fights back when he feels like he's attacked what would Mr coming said this week was wrong Mick Mulvaney on CBS's face the nation Cummings has been critical of the president's board of policy and its enforcement and he's also investigating Mr trump on a number of fronts on ABC's this week in New York Democrat Jerry Nadler the president is as he often is discussing and racist Tom forty CBS news Washington Michigan congresswoman or she'd have to leave is one of four lawmakers president trump was criticized in recent weeks on CNN's state of the union should accuse the president of I hate agenda that is affecting Americans across the country our president has a hate agenda he doesn't have a policy agenda and that's when he falls down on speaking on ABC's this week New York mayor and democratic candidate bill de Blasio said his fellow Democrats should get caught up in the president's street trap Democrats can't fall into the trap and sometimes what we George we are too much I'm someone does believe there should be impeachment proceedings for example but I don't think which obsessive about it the president's latest tweets come days after special counsel Robert Muller is testimony before two congressional committees and we're getting an idea of how Americans view them a new ABC poll shows there's a division that reflect party lines when it comes to impeachment but how do they feel about foreign interference in our electoral system you're seeing a lot more confident that among Republicans that were ready for the challenge then you are among Democrats overall you have well more than half the country expressing at least some concern about how prepared we are to combat Russian invention that which was of course the main message Robert Muller trying to deliver as ABC news political director Rick Klein it's one twelve time for check on sports is mark Bennett domination the only way to describe the last three days at Fenway red Sox of completely had their way with the Yankees had scored on thirty eight thirteen take the first three games of the series yesterday's winning pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez admits they knew these were important games to get if they want to make up some ground policy coming here we know how big this.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on KTOK
"I'm really sorry. I apologize, sir. But I told you I had facts to back this up four days until the midterm elections. Three new national poll Democrats at double digit advantage in that both for conquest the latest peac university. Call shows Democrats fourteen points ahead of the Republicans on the generic ballot. That spread is twelve points. Gs in the new NPR poll law the politic. Morning. Consult poll puts Democrats ten points ahead inside. The Quinnipiac poll a startling data point for the GOP as Democrats have a six point edge among men forty eight percent forty two percent, according to two thousand sixteen exit polls, President Trump one men by twelve points. Fifty three percent to forty percent. Of course, Mika Brzezinski, we thank MSNBC and morning Joe for that clip. And what that means is we're seeing some big marginal shifts here in the electorate, and if these numbers hold up on November the sixth of this year, we will see a lot of big changes. But I told you I had faxed the back that up the numbers look good. But please remember the numbers. Look good going into November eight 2016 as well. All right. If you're on hold you're straight ahead. Thanks for your patience at you. And me next where Justice is served the Norman Goldman show. You're listening to Norman independent this strong. Lives calling them as we see them. And not at all silent. This is the Norman Goldman show. They are the oppressor this is life and death, man. This ain't no game. We plant. Follow.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In general are founding it's amazing that even with the media as it is as they are to be grammatically correct trump's numbers keep edging up now they're at forty eight percent nbc's poll hasn't forty eight percent imagine if the press were even mildly objective whereas just goes to show the american people of of who which the national media has so much disdain for a lot smarter than they give them credit for which is why the players and the founders in article one created house of representatives their faith and trust in the american people not in the president of the senate now near leave institution but the institution of the american people and it stands today is that the american people still are wise about things that they want they choose to be wise about and they're looking around at the country and said hey this economy's pretty good you know and i've got more money in my pocket and jobs are going begging and you know we're talking with russia which we've been doing since dwight eisenhower's time i don't know why anybody would tack trump for talking with russia since every president since dwight eisenhower's talked to russia soviet union is that you know thinks that we're in we're maybe coming to an end of fifty sixty year old conflict with north korea so that maybe they're looking around with their eyes open they're saying what are these jerks on the national media saying things for life is pretty good it's certainly better than under barack obama's eight years and now this this young woman who wins in new york and i think we have to play this sound bite just one more time if people aren't listening earlier when she and we're talking about alexandria kostya cortez who beat joe crowley number four and leadership in in the house of representatives she was asked by chuck todd about socialism and let's listen to the exchange alexandria okasha cortez joins me now congratulations thank you thank you for having what is your definition of democratic socialist tamino to answer your question the definition of democratic socialism to me again is is the fact that in a modern moral and wealthy society no american should be too poor to live and to me that means every working class american in this country should have access to dignified healthcare should actually be able to see a doctor without going broke it means you should be able to send your kids to college trade school if they show if they choose and no person should feel precarious in there or in stable in their access to housing is our economy tobel first of all setting aside whether or not a person can feel precarious quibble with the word selection yes yeah yeah the language there but what about what she forgot about puppies and ice cream everyone should have a golden retriever puppy sorry that would that would be to pedigree yeah what about that that response really does i think illustrate where the young people are ignorance yes but this is the essence of the difference between the modern american liberal modern murphy conservative a modern american liberal goes to the voter goes the american people say give me power so i can do the things for you and some people say well that sounds pretty good i don't do that so they give their taxes or white surprised to see what over turn it over to government conservative goes before the american people and says give me power so i can give it back to you that's an intellectual exercise you have to think about oh i get it reagan's talking about making a president so he can reduce the size of sculptured authority of the federal government and give that power back to me in my local government my state government i get it but you have to think about liberalism is an emotional exercise conservatism is intellectual arson craig before we let you go really quickly when you came out of anaesthesia last time i proposed by two nurses and then i started reciting together sprig address of course you did you did great went in for now what did you go in for oh well i went in for a sex change operation but oh well i i've always been a lesbian trapped inside a man's body anyway does you it's worked for you i've got to say craig it's really worked well surely on the laura ingraham show happy fourth we'll take a break don't go away let me tell you something for the first time in.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Glenn beck stupor glenn glenn beck program within a divided country no very resided in fact globe did you know that vited globe they did a bbc today poll of a bunch of countries and asked do you think your country is divided okay okay what do you think the us percentage was people who think the that were divided it'd be very high right yeah and it is eighty four percent eighty four percents say the us that's extremities divided yeah okay is that number one of the list what one thing i would say is a pretty amazing is two points ahead of south africa the example of a divided country you'd think of south africa only eighty two percent of people in south africa say their their country is divided however not the highest where do we place can you say nineteen total we were one two three four five six catholic countries to actually ty with a few others poland eighty four percent spain eighty four percent brazil eighty four percent i mean every country i think is interesting about this is pretty much every country thinks they're are divided yeah there's only a couple of exceptions to this and they're not places you'd necessarily want to live saudi arabia only thirty four percent say the divided well china only forty eight percent say that provided those the only two countries under fifty japan fifty to turkey sixty five india sixty six france seventy five percent say they're divided mexico seventy eight germany eightyone russia eightyone south africa eighty to brazil eighty four spain eighty four us eighty four poland eighty four the u k e five so they think they're more divided italy ninety two percent say they're divided wow yeah what are they divided over i mean marinara verse alfredo maybe could be argentina ninety two percent divided never one wasn't studying to me ninety three percent of people in serbia okay i kind of think okay yeah they're pretty i did yeah that make some divided and do they even know what they're fighting about american sorta don't that was a that serbian thing was strange because i don't think a lot of americans knew what the issues were or whose side we should be on who is the good guy who was not 'cause you if you remember it was christians against muslims are that's not how it was presented but that's essentially what was at the root of the problem and we were on the side of the muslims right against the chris the serbian christians it's a bizarre one it's it's interesting and we were never given credit for having helped muslims in serbia anybody ever said hey member when the us helped muslims member it took the took the battle of the christians in that in that particular war it's amazing so how much civil war genocide talk coming up on pat gray unleashed today one hundred percent or the whole show to a serbian genocide on july third.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Eight two the email address elrushbo at eib net dot us to buttress mike claim that what's driving left crazy is they're losing and i don't think they're gonna be any doubt about that folks they're losing and if they lost the election trump is triumphing they have they have dished out more on donald trump the may have other presidents combined and i mean including on rinaldi's magnus and nixon i mean it has been nonstop from every mainstream media news source since trump announced his candidacy ended intensified when he won the nomination and then it became insane when he won the election and it has been nonstop it has been intense it's been a raw on deluded hatred non stop that has been the sole description of the coverage of donald trump and his presidency and it was designed to kill him politically it was designed to destroy trump paralyzing forced him out of office drivers approval numbers now to twenty thirty percent trump's approval numbers at forty eight percent he has done things that previous presidents tried and failed to do he's done things that precede previous presidents never tried to do historically low unemployment for african americans and hispanics man you know the drill on this stuff they are losing and they have been unable using all of the power they think they have to get rid of the guy but what really gnaws at them as they have been on able to separate trump from his base supporters and when they learn that more people are drifting toward trump they become even loonier because it's abject failure staring them in the face no matter who they dispatch to the front lines to carry this battle they end up with gunk all over their face i don't care if it's peter fonda it's bill maher vince f chuck todd if it's david gergen if it's anybody in the driveby media it's barack and michelle obama they're all bombing out big time and you combine that with the enmity they already have for people outside elite capitals on the coasts i mean they they opened the game with that they despise people that may be too strong a word but there is serious contempt for people in the socalled area of the country called flyover i mean everything about them is compressed negativism combined with an undeserved superiority and hubris the new york times headline numb to outrage republican voters feel a deepening bond to trump geena anders nose the feeling well by now president trump says are something that triggers a spasm of outrage she doesn't necessarily agree with how he handled the situation she gets white people are upset but ms andrews fortysix a republican from suburban the loudon county virginia with a law degree of business career and not a stitch of make america great again gear in her wardrobe is moved to defend him anyway al nuance or complexity and these are complex issues are completely lost she said describing.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The email address elrushbo at eib net dot us to buttress my claim that what's driving left crazy is they're losing and i don't think they're gonna be any doubt about that folks they're losing and if they lost the election trump is triumphing they have they have dished out more on donald trump and they have other presidents combined and i mean including on rinaldi's magnus and nixon i mean if he has been nonstop from every mainstream media news source since trump announced his candidacy ended intensified when he won the nomination and then it became insane when he won the election and it has been nonstop it has been intense it's been a raw on deluded hatred non stop that has been the sole description of the coverage of donald trump and his presidency and it was designed to kill it politically it was designed to destroy trump paralyze him forced him out of office drivers approval numbers not to twenty thirty percent trump's approval numbers at forty eight percent he has done things that previous presidents tried and failed to do he's done things that precede previous presidents never tried to do historically low unemployment for african americans and hispanics when you know the drill on this stuff they are losing and they have been unable using all of the power they think they have to get rid of the guy but what really gnaws at them as they have been on able to separate trump from his base supporters and when they learn that more people are drifting toward trump they become even loonier because it's abject failure staring them in the face no matter who they dispatch to the front lines to carry this battle they end up with gunk all over their face i don't care if it's peter fonda it's bill maher f chuck todd if it's david gergen if it's anybody in the driveby media it's barack and michelle obama they're all bombing out big time and you combine that with the enmity they already have for people outside elite capitals on the coasts i mean they they opened the game with that they despise people that may be too strong award but there is serious contempt for people in the socalled area of the country called flyover i mean everything about them is compressed negativism combined with an undeserved superiority and hubris the new york times headline numb to outrage republican voters feel a deepening bond the trump gina anders nose the feeling well by now president trump says or does something that triggers a spasm of outrage she doesn't necessarily agree with how he handled the situation she gets why people are upset but ms anders fortysix a republican from suburban the loudon county virginia with a law degree of business career and not a stitch of make america great again gear in her wardrobe is moved to defend him anyway al nuance or complexity and these are complex issues are completely lost she said describing.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Forty eight percent baby boomers twenty one percent so here it's like our kids supporting their kids of course well that's their family though so other than that so is that telling us that the gen xer like forty year olds are taken care of mom and dad too that's kind of weird mazing so i got this email in from fred so fred is asking me he's in a partnership with another guy and he he's asking me what can he do they're finally starting to make some money trying to find the email i had earlier so we're finally making some money what steps do i need to take to make sure that i'm financially protected and so forth well fred yeah you need to hire an attorney that knows what he's talking about or a financial adviser that knows when he or she is talking about but by and large and i have done quite a bit of this in my past life well here it is from fred i'm in a business partnership we haven't done anything legally i don't know i don't know where to start we're starting to do very well and i want to be sure i cross all the t's at cetera do i hire a lawyer financial planner cpa help love the show.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Forty eight percent baby boomers twenty one percent so here it's like our kids supporting their kids of course well that's their family though so other than that so is that telling us that the gen xers like forty year olds are taken care of mom and dad too that's kind of weird isn't it mazing so again this email in from fred so fred is asking me he's in a partnership with another guy and he he's asking me what can he do they're finally starting to make some money trying to find the email i had earlier so we're we're finally making some money what steps do i need to take to make sure that i'm financially protected and so forth well fred you need to hire an attorney that knows what he's talking about or a financial adviser that knows when he or she is talking about but by and large and i have done quite a bit of this in my past life here it is from fred i'm in a business partnership we haven't done anything legally i don't know i don't know where to start we're starting to do very well and i want to be sure i cross all the t's at cetera do i hire a lawyer financial planner cpa help love the show.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Jason kidd though did evolved throughout his career it did take him a while to end up being what is he like top five all time and three pointers made i know why he became there's no doubt about it but this i know you can't see this on radio ugly shot an even worse dan forty eight percent from the free throw line now you tell me for god who handles the ball that is unacceptable yes unacceptable a big man who can't make free throws i get it right guard who now doesn't want contact and won't take the ball the whole because he's afraid to go to the line that you cannot have that lonzo the most free throws he shot the game this year is seven yeah and it really is for so many years her but that doesn't matter he's not shooting any free throws in those games anyway in the games that he's playing it would be i think it's i think it's gonna work out but if you are if you're in you mentioned lebron if you are looking at places when she love a pass first point guard playing next to you i get that part but you gotta be a better player too now i can't count on you to make free throws i can't count on you to make an open open shop when when the ball has to get to you in in a playoff dan who are we saginaw fall to up to two d on the other guy you're playing at a disadvantage is what i'm saying in the play offs until he can prove to you that he can make those shots that's why it's not attractive people keep saying well no matter no yes it does matter the going to double up somebody else and make lonzo ball shoot tabasco you don't have to score forty you gotta make to.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Games shooting forty eight percent from three they have been blistering the nets all right night session downing houston and san diego state michigan in montana i think that houston san diego state game that might be one of the more underrated games in this entire first round i love the fact that you find you have an old school coaching kelvin sampson who plays old school basketball gritty he will fight you his team will grind you down they have a guy who ause a lot of attention in robbery not just because of his locks any beauty salon would love to have him in their chairs but he is tough not the best year on the team rob gray but he probably is the one that draws the most attention i think it's going to be a knockdown drag i'll game between houston san diego state then last saw michigan montana michigan never turns the ball over montana likes to turn people over that should be interesting i just the only person i have for michigan is that they get a little bit three point happy if they're not knocking down threes if rochman is not making shots there could be some trouble for michigan but beeline he's been here before he's done it before with multiple teams again a great guy that gets you prepared that's the three fourteen game in the nightcap should be fun day here in wichita right now let's head back to jason horowitz in the westwood one broadcast center all right guys thank you very much back with jon crispin as well john you know so often with picks the eight nine game gets overlooked because it is a toss is brandon called it but it becomes so important when thinking about the roy road to the final four because that is so often where you get to knock off the one whoever comes out of their nc state seton hall pirates have three guys who've combined for almost five thousand career points i think that's what makes them so dangerous their experience so there's a sense of urgency there but i think desi rodriguez is the guy who can just score against anybody and when you have an experienced team that plays in a power conference that is incredibly competitive but also physical i think that's what gives them an edge the ncaa tournament historically is.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on First Things First
"Lost again with celtics they had the lead the celtics shot forty eight percent from the field they barely got outrebounded by to rebound they shot forty eight percent from 3 so on shock greystone that formula great shooting from deep in an from the field in they still don't lose and so yes this is a problem the formula is not working out their defense in late and critical situation hasn't been as good but these are numbers that are more joined to meet nick i know you like numbers the plusminus tatum was the best at minus eighteen there was clubbed their starters yes i'll horford mind this twenty aaron bangs i don't know what he's even doing in the universe piece of mindless twit miners evolve and only nine minute he he's he's off i mean says besides the man bunny has like what does he bring to the team jaylen brown minus levin in cairo minus fourteen so when you look at the no men they're not playing you should be at alarm you should be concern because they got off to a tremendous start the cushion ahead they've lost that made another week or two they could be the fourthseed and in the east by the way that this cavs or get nice say it honest like they are about to get the guy who was the best player on the celtics you added to their team toronto's about aval holes structure home games and the only i do.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Bad weather and they're bringing their liberalism in their destruction with them that's exactly right that's what i believe is happening and the turn out from let the for the north of campaign um was nearly forty eight percent uh um from forty three percent in 2013 so the the turnout was a lot greater this time round and uh when we went to the polls in how little precinct me it was packed we couldn't believe the traffic in and out of there and it was a lot of young people the older people that we used to see later went retirement communities or something but there they may still be here in in virginia would you saw the young people who saw budget democrat votes is that what you mean millennialism yeah okay it where near at the university of virginia as they've been taught the beauty and uh and the moving nature of communism and they've actually said that they admire uh maotsetung but fought in could can quickly totally and and then there's the thing with the bad candidate i think galashty were terrible candidate he was barring he why he he he looked like he was establishment now wait a minute yes that's exactly what the republicans say they me they need somebody who's poll white who glamour's who knows how to speak without offending people this is what the republicans say is that ticket now why the nation hates donald trump because they don't like the way talks like his attitude they don't like his brusque nature and so the answer would seem to be boring milk tallest dr balls who are polite to people who were terrible i i think he will be bad candidate like hillary was bad candidate it get it with poison we didn't have i we didn't have it gave pratt up here in our area and i think you somebody like a day brad is what to do state's needs but what you're basically says you need warriors uh and and the establishment by definition are not warriors they send other people to be the warriors while they sit back with the port the cigars and relive the.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"North exactly there is no taxes they're escaping bad weather and they're bringing their liberalism in their destruction with them back to pre right that's what i believe is happening and deep turn out from let's see where the north and campaign um was nearly forty eight percent um from forty percent in 2013 so the the turnout was a lot greater this time round and um when we went to the polls at how little precinct me it was packed we couldn't believe the traffic in and out of there and it was a lot of young people the older people that we used to see i don't know where they went retirement communities or something but there they may still be here in in virginia people you saw budget democrat votes is that what you mean millennials like yeah okay that where'd near the university of virginia as they've been taught the beauty in emily loving nature of communism and they've actually said that they admire uh maotsetung both thought in today completely totally and and then there's the thing with the bat candidate i think of he was terrible candidate he was boring he was he he he looked like he was establishment now wait abdul that's exactly what the republicans say they need they need somebody who's poll white who has good manners who knows how to speak without offending people this is what the republicans say is that ticket now why the nation hates donald trump because they don't like the way talks the like his attitude they don't like his brusque nature and so the answer would seem to be boring milk dr balls who are polite to p r he replied.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"A one hundred one hundred twenty million votes we lost this thing by seventy thousand votes spread out through three states in the rust belt and of those 70000 some of those people who voted for obama we just got to go back and get those folks we have occurred and that and that's what the book is about our books work by the way i obviously lost control capitalist tippy okay so democrats always say they want to win but i just don't see a lot of soulsearching on some of the issues that might help them forty eight percent of democrats are concerned about immigration and here's what andrew sullivan said this week he said the democrats current position seems to be that the dreamer parents who broke the law or near heroes and their rhetoric the democrats rhetoric is very hard to distinguish from a belief in open borders democrats increasingly seem to suggest that any kind of distinction between citizens and noncitizens is somehow racist and when you see in europe there's the rise of all these sort of like trump light guys and it's always in countries that were lax on immigration and i think this is an issue democrats have to look in the mirror a little about because i think andrew little bit is not wrong about this uh i here's where i take some exceptions i agree that you beating people up who have some concerns about the of the law being broken and call on the budget names and big and stuff like that is it's not constructive because it keeps us to be able to have an honest conversation but as a matter of strategy.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"On the los angeles dodgers tuesday night that'll be out the la dodgers stadia had a really good job the gums if you too fouled off the plane i don't think competitive place here that would factor in but remember this is a center field that his difference betis been out there for the life of this parker today towels hill out there from the inception of the part that it went out so four hundred twenty feeders soul flagpole in play a dead center field at the gold up a hill now that half the grass battery saw here's the teaches swinging to ask out of the way blades but colors at nasty at eddie a stool way callers rising to the occasion hair gitmo health defensively by as aj hands kind of assessed seems to be driving off the energy admitted eight hark right now there is a great built for buster oldie first six sittings of this game that i would say it's to january here into the sabbath but for buscaroli the first six innings of this game forty eight percent of the pitches that the yankees of tonight purple so the gift morton features and with colors blue color scurves different charlie sell ever not quite as big as the pitch behaved call for a strike ballot ninety five aj hitch talked about using lance but colors as a weapon but that 95 island our heater care that kneebuckling breaking ball but a weapon so far is you'll want to that stalemate in trump's died hits doors for the astros they leapt seven at the yankees old three and old they left poll the rayah al too vague glory yellow the right side of the southfield straight off the wall that's it for a strike go ahead lower outside quarter for a strive fouled account as well if she david strang if that beijing he's headed in it's going to be really weak khattak past his point of and with that great.
"forty eight percent" Discussed on WLOB
"Contributor i have always been paired with somebody who disagrees with me i don't want by myself when i appear on lou dobbs his show or or or any of the other this shows that i do hits with i don't appear i i've always appear with a liberal and we debate they believe in fair and balanced and and they they they allow a conservative you to be heard but they have the debate they've never trumpers on it got joan a goal of sugar goldberg on there all the time guy benson who you know has been opposed at at at at on many occasions mr trump's candidacy they they they so fifty two to forty eight percent you look at this bar graf and we've got the story you can you know we've linked to it at mike onlinecom and you can click on the lake and get taken to the heat street dot com article that that displays this it's stunning how fox is the one that's just about fifty fifty i'll take 5050 overnight fifty three to seven any day of the week you know i it's it's it's astounding to me and again this is a study a major news media study conducted by harvard university a europe how you doing cher hi i'd love to fear sidebyside ray harvard study didn't go far enough based sidebyside the numbers on bombers coverage pray yep yep yep right track great point great point excellent point you're right i guarantee you the numbers will be the on the other side way in his favour here is jim jim your next up on the mike gallagher.