35 Burst results for "Forty Nine Percent"

No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

"James Akinjo scored fifteen points a number six Baylor took control early in the second half to beat Michigan state seventy five fifty eight for the battle for Atlantis championship for my once now we're able to establish ourselves defensively you stop and you know in transition and we really become fun to watch a hardcore the bears led by just two before putting together a seventeen six run to start the second half the Spartans never got closer than ten the rest of the way as Baylor improved to seven no freshman Kendall brown added twelve points on six of seven shooting for the bears who were forty nine percent from the field and had four players score in double figures the Spartans shot just thirty seven percent committed nineteen turnovers Gabe brown scored thirteen to lead Michigan state I'm Dave Ferrie

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 World Series TV viewers up 20% from 2020 but down from 2019

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

World Series TV viewers up 20% from 2020 but down from 2019

"The final TV ratings for the World Series RN the good news World Series TV ratings bounce back from the record low set last year the not so good news they had nowhere to go but up fox says this year's series which saw it land to beat Houston to take the title in six games averaged eleven point seven million viewers that's up twenty percent from last year's series which was played at a neutral site after a pandemic shortened regular season when you compare that to twenty nineteen the last World Series after a full season this year's numbers pale in comparison one point worth noting streaming for this year's series on fox's digital outlets rose by forty nine percent I'm

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 Biden, Dems get low marks on spending talks: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Biden, Dems get low marks on spending talks: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden and the Democrats get low marks for their handling of the spending bill negotiations a poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows thirty six percent of Americans say they approve of Biden's handling of the talks forty one percent disapproved and twenty three percent say they neither approve nor disapprove but the poll also shows just eighteen percent approve of how Republicans are handling negotiations while forty nine percent disapprove Americans

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Majority in US concerned about climate: AP-NORC/EPIC poll

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Majority in US concerned about climate: AP-NORC/EPIC poll

"A new poll finds a majority of Americans regard the deteriorating climate as a problem of high importance to them fifty nine percent of Americans said the planets warming was very or extremely important to them as an issue up from forty nine percent and twenty eighteen according to the Associated Press and R. C. center for public affairs research poll roughly that many also believe the pace of global warming is increasing president Biden is hoping to help negotiate big cuts and climate wrecking pollution globally at the upcoming summit in Scotland but it's unclear whether he'll be able to get any significant climate legislation through Congress before it starts Sunday I'm Julie Walker

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Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden's popularity is dropped after a slew of crises a new poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows fifty percent of people approve of the job the president is doing while forty nine percent disapprove in August fifty four percent approved and in July Biden had fifty nine percent approval the results come as Americans process the military evacuation from Afghanistan mounted border patrol agents charging at Haitian refugees the delta very of threat to the corona virus in the legislative drama of Biden trying to get his infrastructure and tax policies through Congress my camp in Washington

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Fauci Says US Headed in 'Wrong Direction' on Coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci Says US Headed in 'Wrong Direction' on Coronavirus

"The nation's top infectious disease expert says the country is in an unnecessary predicament of soaring Kobe cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and the beer let delta variant describing himself as very frustrated Dr Anthony Fauci says we're going in the wrong direction and that recommending vaccinated people wear masks is under active consideration by the government's leading public health officials conversations he's taken part in he made the comments yesterday on CNN also saying booster shots may be suggested for certain people who have already been vaccinated more than a hundred and sixty three million people or forty nine percent of the total U. S. population are fully vaccinated I'm Julie Walker

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The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 4 months ago

The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.

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AP-NORC Poll: Most Say Restrict Abortion After 1st Trimester

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Most Say Restrict Abortion After 1st Trimester

"A new poll reveals how Americans feel about abortion the new A. P. and R. C. poll finds that most Americans think abortion should be legal in the first three months of a woman's pregnancy but most believe abortion should usually be illegal in the second and third trimester majorities of Americans also think that a woman should be able to get an abortion legally under certain circumstances like if real life is seriously endangered if the pregnancy results from rape or incest or if the child would be born with a life threatening illness should a woman be able to get an abortion for any reason forty nine percent say yes fifty percent say no I'm Rita folate

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Poll: Many Democrats Want More US Support for Palestinians

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Poll: Many Democrats Want More US Support for Palestinians

"A new Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll provides fresh evidence of a rift among Democrats and Republicans over US policy toward Israelis and the Palestinians the poll shows overall Americans are divided it also shows more Americans disapprove of president Biden's approach to the conflict that approve of it among Democrats fifty one percent say the US is not supportive enough of the Palestinians the sentiment jumps to sixty two percent among Liberal Democrats on the other hand forty nine percent of Republicans say the US is not supportive enough of the Israelis the number rises to sixty one percent of conservative Republicans I'm Julie Walker

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Capcom Announces Impressive Resident Evil Village Numbers

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Capcom Announces Impressive Resident Evil Village Numbers

"Capcom. Today announced that news evil village for places she five to she xbox series x as xbox one pc shipped over three million units worldwide. Cumulative shipments of the game in this series now exceed one hundred million units since the first title debuted in one thousand nine hundred six representing the eighth main entry in the series the new resonable villages the sequel the resin evil seven biohazard. Which has gone on to ship a cumulative eight point five million units as of december thirty first twenty twenty years a higher degree of action and even more expansive highly engaging gameplay if that wasn't enough governor christopher drilling over gamesindustrybiz rights resume village has comfortably taken the number one spot in this week. Uk box charts according to the k. Entertainment the horror game is the second biggest box launch of the year behind super mario three d world plus bows fury forty. Nine percent of its sales were on. Ps five thirty one on ps four in twenty percent on xbox. It's the third big five game launch since behind since behind spider. Man miles morales in assassin's creed vol which were released in november last year. It's the second biggest one for boxed xbox series game two behind call black ops cold war it was already number three on the all time xbox series behind call of duty immortals phoenix rising however is not got it has got close to the sales of previous resonable games. Sales are down twenty over twenty five percent compared to the launch resin evil remake and almost forty percent down compared to two thousand seventeen resonable. Seven did sell better than last year's razzie will remake with launched zales seventy six percent higher. Of course this is just physical sales in digital has accelerated significantly over the past eighteen months. Considering the game's popularity steam. It is likely the game has achieved strong results. once the digital data comes in this week. Congratulations tourism

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Economy Revs Up as Americans Increase Spending on Flights, Lodging, Dining Out

The Breakdown with NLW

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Economy Revs Up as Americans Increase Spending on Flights, Lodging, Dining Out

"The lead story in the wall street journal this morning was economy revs up as americans increase spending on flights lodging and dining out and effectively. What this shows is that there is huge pent up demand for the experiences that were most compromised cove nineteen pandemic the biden administration has announced that they met their distribute one hundred million vaccine doses in one hundred days goal in just fifty eight days and continue to push states to have the vaccine be available to everyone by may. This is leading to big potential growth. Economists surveyed by the wall street journal raise their average twenty twenty one economic growth forecast to five point nine five percent up from four point eight seven percent in february. This would be the fastest pace. In four decades. And as i mentioned there are some specific indicators that the chief beneficiaries are travel experiences and hospitality experiences that were lost. Airbnb and vr b. o. are currently above pre pandemic levels. Us hotel occupancy. Hit a twenty week high of forty nine percent a week ago. The article in the wall street journal also had great little segment about the mohawk mountain house. Which is a resort in my neck of the woods over here in the hudson valley. They had it worse than the two thousand seven to two thousand nine recession. But now they're getting tons of inquiries about of all things have family. Reunions

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Mass 2020 exodus from California did not happen, study says

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Mass 2020 exodus from California did not happen, study says

"Researchers say that a popular notion the twenty twenty ushered in a mass exodus from California is wrong the California policy lab said people did move around in California but departures from the state were consistent with historical patterns and the biggest change was that fewer people moved into California last year the researchers looked at credit bureau information to analyze where people from each California county moved after the corona virus pandemic struck a year ago author Natalie Holmes as a mass exodus from California clearly didn't happen but there were some changes at the county level San Francisco experienced a unique exodus with departures between the end of March and the end of twenty twenty increasing six hundred and forty nine percent compared to the same period in twenty nineteen eighty percent of the people who moved to state in California and about two thirds remained in the San Francisco Bay Area many people left for counties in the Sierra Nevada and elsewhere in northern California I'm Jennifer king

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We Finally Know Exactly How Bad The Pandemic Has Been for Airline Pilots

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:00 min | 10 months ago

We Finally Know Exactly How Bad The Pandemic Has Been for Airline Pilots

"We see in plane and pilot magazine. We finally know exactly how bad the pandemic has been for. Airline pilots and the numbers here are pretty staggering and eliminating max indeed. I was really quite stunned to take a look and see. Just how bad things are. I mean we all know that the airlines have been hit disproportionately hard here during the pandemic that know some pilots have been out of work. This was a survey done by goose. Which is a pilot. Recruitment firm not for birds but for a and they found that nearly half of all pilots worldwide. Either looking for work or on furlough which was shocking to me. They said that thirty percent of the people surveyed were out of work and looking and other seventeen percents that they were furloughed awaiting further news and additional. Six percents said they were still employed with their airline. But we're doing non-flying works pretty stunning. Half half the pilots Basically out of work or looking for work in this comes from a survey of two thousand five hundred ninety eight pilots. This survey was open for four weeks just to kind of set. The timeframe in it closed october thirtieth twenty twenty and it was anonymous survey thirty questions and the survey was designed for pilots of all ranks. First officers second officers and cadets in some of the data in this is just really really fascinating and we'll have a link to the survey report which was done in conjunction with flake global. And a you just peruse some of this and find some really really interesting interesting things but By way of demographics of those almost twenty six hundred pilots forty-three percent of the respondents were in europe. Nineteen percent from the middle east and africa eighteen from asia pacific Twelve percent from north. America six percent from south america and two percent from china. So it's pretty Pretty global in the survey touches on things like pilot retention pilot job security employee engagement even Stress mental health wellbeing things like that so Some really really interesting statistics Couple of the ones that i like. Maybe if you guys saw some things that piqued your interest but one of the questions was when do you think aviation will make a full recovery to pre covid levels and not. Surprisingly only ten percent said up to one year the biggest spike was up to two years. Thirty four percent of the pilots thought up to two years but twenty eight percent up to three years and longer than that twelve percent four years. Ten percent five years and six percent said they thought it would never never be the same So that's the pilot's perspective. No one was. Do you think your mental health has been affected by the pandemic and here there is a direct correlation between the age of the pilot and the pursuit pilots that group in In how many of them thought that their mental health had been a acted for those pilots. Fifty five to sixty four years old thirty. Two percent thought their mental health had been affected for pilots forty five to fifty four years old but younger thirty six percent when we go down to thirty five to forty four year olds forty four percent of them thought. Their mental health has affected in the twenty five to thirty four year old group forty-nine percent and pilots under twenty four years old fifty eight percent of them thought their mental health had been affected by the pandemic so. I thought that was a really interesting result. I wasn't totally surprised by the The differences once. You mentioned the difference. I thought okay but it's the younger folks are having a tougher time. Think about someone who's twenty four years old this may be the first In a bad thing that's happened to them in their in their career folks are in their mid fifty s have probably gone through multiple things in the past and probably a better able to to ride through a downturn whereas you know young folks just not have that cushion of You know savings built up to right through. Its doesn't surprise me but still it's a large large number folks nearly six percent under a twenty-four saying mental health. Been impacted the the demographics of the respondents in terms of gender. Was you know the numbers are kind like the same numbers we've seen for a long time. Almost all male four percent female in one percent preferred not to say. I'm not sure why they would prefer not to say in. An anonymous survey but four percent identified themselves as female Which really kind of hope that that number would be coming up. Ron wouldn't when you're looking at programs With youth today. do you see more. young girls. Becoming interested involve is that number higher than four percent. I hope well Here were making a concerted effort to make sure it's higher than four percent Right now we're preparing for Air venture and we've got A program within the air venture program called girl venture We've also got One for adults named Women's sore And between those two we really want to invite women to get more involved and engaged in aviation and so We see a higher than i would say. Four percent level here

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Beaten down by the virus, South Carolina learns it now has one of the new variants, too.

World News This Week

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Beaten down by the virus, South Carolina learns it now has one of the new variants, too.

"Were low for a second week in a row but health experts warn the downward trend could be reversed new more contagious variants of the virus are being discovered across the country and they have officials worried. Abc's cure phillips starts us off new evidence that vaccines might be less effective against mutations of the corona virus as a troubling new variant is found in the us to people in south. Carolina are the first known. Americans infected with a highly contagious variant from south africa. The patients have no travel history or connection to one another. There's no evidence that the variant causes more severe disease but one drugmakers. New data is raising concern. Novak says its vaccine which is in a late stage. Trial was nearly ninety percent effective during a study in england but in south africa where nearly every case contains the troubling new variant. Novak says its vaccine was only forty nine percent effective. We have to keep an eye out on this and we have to be able and we are already doing it of being able to modify for the future not not for tomorrow the next day but modified for the future the vaccine so that maybe we will have to give someone a boost to cover these new variants. The south african variants spreads more easily like mutant strains from brazil and one from the uk in twenty eight states now pfizer and madonna are working on a booster shot to fight these variants. In the meantime the

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AP-NORC poll: Virus-weary Americans less festive this year

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

AP-NORC poll: Virus-weary Americans less festive this year

"With the corona virus pandemic still reaching out of control a new poll shows Americans are less festive this year according to the poll by the Associated Press in O. R. C. center for public affairs research Americans are feeling a little sadder lonelier and less great for them last year just twenty two percent say they feel very or extremely festive this year down from forty nine percent last year about four in ten are still very worried about cold at nineteen and roughly three out of four or at least somewhat concerned that they or a relative will become infected the poll also finds only about half of Americans are ready to get vaccinated immediately my camp in Washington

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Elon Musk Shares New Details on Tesla’s Battery Costs

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Elon Musk Shares New Details on Tesla’s Battery Costs

"Moving onto the european battery conference interview with elon. Musk then that's was overnight about two. Am pacific time about a twenty minute interview and you did share quite a few things one of the things that caught the most attention at least on twitter today was elon. Musk's comments on long-term battery cost goals for tesla. So of course we heard at battery day. They aim to reduce those costs by about fifty six percent per kilowatt hour. So you on here. Finally gave us a dollar target. We had not heard that before he says quote the long term goal would be to try to get to a cost per kilowatt hour of perhaps around fifty cents or fifty five cents at the cell level for a long range battery and quote so you may have noticed the reason part of the reason this got so much attention today on twitter was because he on said fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour at the sea level considering most estimates today put tesla above one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour down fifty cents per kilowatt hour obviously would be pretty insane so he llanos pretty clearly misspeaking there. Just run through a little bit of math year in case anyone has just a wild theory that maybe someday that would be possible. Nealon stock really long term. No that's not the case so to demonstrate that we can look nickel content in the battery pack for the model three that contains around thirty kilograms of nickel a kilogram nickel. Today costs about fifty dollars per kilogram. A little bit more. But let's just round down the scale discounts. You know whatever the case may be so. That's four hundred and fifty dollars of nickel in a battery. Pack for the model three assuming that seventy five kilowatt hours that works out to six dollars per kilowatt hour just for the nickel content in tesla battery so yeah that's just raw materials. There's no way they're ever getting down to fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour. He also says at the cell level so even if you misinterpreted that and said that's a purse l. price of fifty cents or fifty five cents. Which will never make sense to quantify it that way. But let's say the new forty six eighties. There's going to be you know. Eight hundred nine hundred of those per mile three pack if each cell were fifty cents. You're then looking at a total battery cost of four hundred and fifty dollars but again just the nickel content alone costs around that much so pretty clearly ilan just misspeaking here any means fifty dollars or fifty five dollars per kilowatt hour so that shouldn't be too surprising with the math that we had worked through from battery day that fifty six percent cost reduction most estimates today. Put tesla at the pack level. You know somewhere around one hundred and five to one hundred and fifteen dollars per kilowatt hour so we can use these long-term targets and combine those with the battery percent reductions that we heard on battery day to get a gauge for those current cost estimates. But it's important to remember. That on here is talking about the cell cost and during battery day that fifty six percent per kilowatt hour reduction seven percent of that was actually four. Sell to vehicle integration. So i don't think we should be. Applying that percentage on this base cost here. So let's say than just at the cell cost level. They're targeting a forty nine percent reduction there if that's an accurate assumption that means yawns numbers here would imply that. Today's prices are somewhere between ninety eight dollars and one hundred and eight dollars per kilowatt hour at the cell level. So i don't know how much the additional cost to go from. Cell to pack would be per kilowatt hour but these do seem to line up pretty well with what estimates have been and can give us a lot more confidence in where tesla is currently and then of course. We're they intend to get to longer term with you on confirming that in this interview. So that means longer term you could be looking at a seventy five kilowatt hour. Pack costing just three thousand seven hundred fifty dollars versus today may be somewhere around seven thousand seven hundred so that's obviously very exciting for them locations for the car but one thing that i do also think is really interesting. Is the marginal impact of that as you. Add battery capacity because at that price. It just doesn't cost that much to add additional range adding twenty five kilowatt hours. There would only cost additional roughly twelve hundred dollars so in the case of a model three for example you could add an additional say hundred miles of range for only a final cost to the customer if you apply twenty percent margin on that of about fifteen hundred dollars. Obviously the batteries have to fit in the car. So there's going to be a limit. But i think as better costs come down. That limit is going to be more physical constraint versus pricing constraint.

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Houston's rate of unsolved murders is soaring. Experts say the police department is to blame.

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Houston's rate of unsolved murders is soaring. Experts say the police department is to blame.

"We're also learning more about a newly uncovered internal audit from the houston police department. That oughta chose a big drop in the number of homicides department solves according to the houston chronicle the audit shows that investigators solved about eighty nine percent of homicides and twenty eleven by may of this year that number had fallen to forty nine percent. The department has been losing some of its experienced. Investigators and managers

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Survey: LeBron James, Taylor Swift, Tom Hanks among the Most Influential People In The Election

Mojo In The Morning

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Survey: LeBron James, Taylor Swift, Tom Hanks among the Most Influential People In The Election

"Speaking of the election Tom Hanks Dwayne the Rock Johnson Oprah and Lebron James have the most trusted opinions on political and social issues according to a new survey of American voters. We're all twelve percent of voters reported that a celebrity or athlete absolutely influence their decision regarding the election down the party line. Democratic voters are more likely to be influenced by CELEBS or athletes rather than Republican voters. Voters thirty six percent said that Lebron had done the most to motivate people regarding voting Taylor swift came in second than the rock followed by. B. Beyond say also making that list asked to name the person who's opinion trusted the most regarding political or social issues in America Tom Hanks won by a landslide forty, nine percent kid rock who was obviously a very vocal supporter of president trump ranked as the most influential voice for. Republican. Voters

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Forty nine percent of women hate it when their man does this while in the kitchen what is it drinks directly from the container of milk uses every pot and pan while cooking or leave the cabinets open all of drinks directly from the container of milk yeah that is with over all right Amanda next question for you what company makes GI Joe is that Hasbro Mattel or Ameriprise Mattel Mattel incorrect Tony is that Hasbro Mattel or Ameriprise what did you say yeah that's America I can't repeat the question is the rules are well that's what she said all right as well thing twenty percent of women say they either had an affair with this person or have at least thought about it who is it is that their father in law their boss or their son's friend all their boss is correct yes no negative man that's scary yeah I get one back home but it's a small percentage twenty percent but still on Tony yeah are the winner of dirty gaze battle of the sexes now now okay wait all right away I thought you said that good luck and don't want to have an affair with a no not you would be out about like no mmhm laying on top of each other no you have to have you know okay but I have to because you said the worst kind of why I said when the name on the air and we're gonna see how you live already I know you're going to say under the microscope yeah yeah yeah okay you're welcome or even okay a woman speaking of affairs a woman catches her man cheating in the most unexpected way I don't think any body man or woman would expect this is how they find out even if some HR like accused of you by what what only you got me kind of all right well I'll let you know how she caught her man cheating coming next which aired and Kate in the morning.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"They're going to these these hearings open hearing something that's going to swing public opinion has so far if you look at what happens been more than a month of these a closed door hearings leaks coming out of them we don't regularly whenever something damaging to the president would appear to be after the deal really has not moved very much Washington's forces out recently that showed public opinion still split you know we have like forty nine forty six percent over this issue with that that's not enough zero two to convince lawmakers to remove the president from office why isn't the needle move that much in your opinion hello I making a case that what he's done that has reached a level of you know high crimes and misdemeanors that some people think that person should be thrown out of office for all the talk about it in the you know probabilistic rhetoric national security threat targeting political enemies and these things are apparently hasn't has moved people to think that this president has gone beyond the pale however at the same time these all you would have convinced people that these dogs some of the things that they say he's done mainly with holding it to try and force Ukraine to investigate corruption including clips of all things former vice president you know Joe Biden who's you know with political rival just to show you know I believe it was about forty nine percent of committed fifty eight oh one fifties believe that that was the case yeah just forty nine percent believe he should be impeached ports of what people believe the story to believe it's for the kitchen for speak with S. A. Miller politics editor at The Washington Times he's written a piece entitled big gamble Democrats place hoping open hearings to win public support for impeachment is the risk of that with the open hearings that Democrats could start moving the needle opposite from where Democrats want to go well that's happened before if you could not recall not very long ago a lot of expectations for the blockbuster hearings on on the Russian women the special counsel Robert moral yeah that's the kind of fell flat they did the same thing when they they brought in for a public hearing the former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski figure that was going to be of another bomb shell hearing about that fizzled if that happens with these witnesses who they believe the testimony out about it would it could backfire on house Democrats generally speaking the feeling is that there may be a successful impeachment vote by the house but the trial has virtually no chance in a Republican controlled Senate so in the meantime just kinda load hammer away at the president I guess is that the the house Democrats strategy that would be the case sorry mate obviously there there the majority they wanted a majority vote in the well since you saw in the ticket to the same boat they did for you know of making me a picture to show the other day bill for twenty one vote would be enough to peaches however that would help look partisan as it did last week so far there there is not a movement in the Senate among Republicans to begin with the president it would take twenty of Republicans to join all the Democrats.

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The airport at all but there was a a good number in our group that went back to the the embassy suites as someone to spend four five eight hours waiting to you know go to the airport rather than rather than sit at the airport when I go back and sit out there and hang out and talk chit chat get some to eat and some of us actually spent the night tossing out there in Leicester do you have everybody your social medias back once you get back to port unlike it had been the only time when you really had access when you were out there that you could purchase one of the of the internet plans but you know who has any real desire to be out there scouring the internet when you're having a good time on vacation right but Lester should not there's growing to I guess Facebook posts in a he says to me fox news forty nine percent of Americans are for trump's impeachment now mission well you know forty nine percent of the American people did not vote for trump is that really surprising that then I come I come in this evening start doing my evening research then there's the headline fox news releases a poll where they stayed forty nine percent of the Americans are for trump's impeachment but they're Pauline was faulty the real extrapolated results of the poll using an accurate proportion of Republicans Democrats and independents show that only thirty percent are in favor of trump's impeachment and they're all Democrats like our V. John after four weeks of nonstop lies and leaks against the president Republicans and independents are not buying it seventy percent of Americans are against impeaching again according to the extrapolated more accurate results of the fox news survey they say well what do you mean extrapolated results do you got the fake news the day they know now this quote league careers you have the Adam Schiff anti trump liquor they just don't want to report it it ruins their narrative for the investigation right now the democratic media knows the truth will destroy them now they break down what they mean by extrapolated results of the poll over sample Democrats by about nineteen percent the fox news poll included forty nine percent Democrats forty one percent Republicans and eleven percent independence from there they show poll after this gentleman goes in identifying Howell Americans as a whole identify as a Republican or a Democrat or as an independent and based on those numbers they over example to get the Democrats by about nineteen percent so the headline for that fox news poll should actually read Republicans and independents overwhelmingly reject the sham Democrats impeachment process essentially it's a it's a just another total piece of propaganda says the Democrats in their media understand that they they've got to continue to live a to the American people or or be found out they just don't wanna reported no I don't I have not heard of any sort of official release of who the leaker is I think we're gonna find out in short order they say they think they know who it is but I'm not going to delve into what could be false reporting.

"forty nine percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Order I think that because it made our gate I can't get a straight answer that caller one strong made K. okay that's why once someone will be once and removed from office and let's make him king king of the world all with Democrats you're going down all right lots of and and don't you just love how they lie how they continually like the one here was the big lie there's no deep state there's no deep state there's no group provide elected officials within the government trying to take president trump down now that the deep state has been exposed they've got a good knowledge that there's a deep state and the president let me let me share with you with John McLaughlin former acting CIA director said in an interview with CBS news now this is I believe this audio courtesy of of C. spare I don't want you to hear this because this is not getting a lot of wide media attention and you know I I hate to pick up my friends and colleagues I've been on panel discussions with fellow radio host who would look me in the eye and say my come live deep state we got your tinfoil hat on you come on do you think the moon is made out of Swiss cheese usually we did not have a moon landing listen to John McLaughlin former acting CIA director cut number one she span to but there is something unique you have to agree that now only the impeachment inquiry is under way sparked by a complaint from someone within it's funny it's the president's the concern and often used term about a deep state be willing to take him out thank god for the deep state imagine and they're clapping for that thank god for the deep state because nothing screams America like a bunch of unelected officials trying to perform a coup and remove the duly elected president United States that's chilling you know who's in that forty nine percent those clowns in that audience clapping for that guy here clapping for a deep state a good a group of disgruntled trump hating government officials in the in the justice department in C. I. A. NSA the FBI call me clapper Brandon these malcontents these these angry sharks who didn't like the outcome of the election they never thought he could win so we went to the other trying to remove him thank god for the deep state what's what's was in the show more I don't know where this is starting a background on this and we'll all find out where it is because I need it this is like obviously some kind of a panel or he's appearing somewhere before a group of people who are clapping for the removal of the president by it by an anti American non democratic way he expands cut number two everyone here has seen this progression of diplomats and intelligence officers and White House people tripping up to Capitol Hill right now and saying these are people who are doing their duty or responding to a higher call the it doesn't serve I guess it doesn't serve well think about it for a minute with all of the people who knew what was going on here it took an intelligence operative step officer to step forward and say something about it which was the the trigger that then unleashed everything else the ones that happened what until American people why that happens is this is the institution in the U. S. government that with all of its flaws and it makes mistakes is institutionally committed to objectivity and to telling the truth it is is one of the few institutions.

"forty nine percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Rob Santa Clara California the great K. S. F. O. go. thanks mark you know I was there for years and you use the word preposterous what that's into the democrats' proposals for all this crazy stuff and I've I've read all your books and other books on your book list and there's some formative and I have a question about the constitutionality of anything they propose all these things I mean it's like this collectivist journey they want to get the electric is like just because with us forty nine percent first let's say lose an election we are then we will call we're definitely qualified minority really qualified we believe and we believe in but we're at that. I'm I'm losing Europe but this is precisely why I'm not a popular. am I constitutional. that's precisely why. because these rights are human rights there on alienable rights life liberty and the pursuit of happiness people don't get the vote on those things you're born with them they are god given. you cannot be a populist and believing god given human rights and a constitutionalism and republicanism. because where does populism began what is populism and look at the constitution constitution least originally provides for the direct vote in one instance the house of representatives. not for the Senate not for the presidency obviously not for the courts. and so the F. framers of the constitution understood all too well the power the mob. they saw what happened in the French Revolution ten years of terrorism. and of course they fought the power of a of a monarchy and so they didn't want an all powerful centralized government and they didn't want an all powerful mob. and they gave us this magnificent constitution which we slowly but surely have been unraveling. I agree with the market mean the constitutionality means of anything these Democrats propose is like a Tierney just because of the mob hi I've said often. where's the constitutional basis for this you're gonna take our guns no you're not. two percent wealth tax no you can't. but you go on all the people like John Roberts in my view have gravely weakened the. the constitution and have bent over backwards for centralized. a progressive government. any knows better because he served in the Reagan administration is just far too political far too concerned about press coverage in my view. all right it's ridiculous we appreciate all right thank you Sir Benjamin Netanyahu. give a short statement a few minutes ago and he wrote I have part of it in English. he said that while he was on as you can see I am horse. as you know it's better to lose your voice in the lose the country. he thanked his supporters ministers mayors who backed him. he said I said the election was hard that's not the word says Netanyahu we face the campaign that was so tilted against us by the biased media so against us. we're still waiting for the results but one thing is clear the state of Israel is a historic at a historic turning point. we are facing immense opportunities an immense challenges including the existential threat from Iran. he praises the Israeli economy and diplomatic flourishing says Israel must ensure a continuous. trump administration he said will soon unveil its peace plan in the negotiations over it will shape Israel for years to come. the face of this he said Israel needs a strong government a stable government a sinus government a government that is committed to Israel is the nation state of the Jewish people. he said there cannot be a government that relies on the anti Zionist Arab parties parties the praising glorify terrorists and kill our soldiers and children. and he's interrupted by chance of we don't want unity meeting not with those elements. Netanyahu says he spoke to his perspective coalition partners and will soon launch negotiations. to create a strong Zionist government if what the formation of anti Zionist government now this word sinus to a lot of people not me. has become a pejorative words become even worse a negative word. all it means ladies and gentlemen is that it's the right of Israel to exist as a Jewish state as a country. and just as we feel that way about America the one in America. they won in Israel. and that's what he means by that his point about the Arab parties is very very important. in America we don't understand it the Arab parties. the Arab parties typically boycott these elections. many of the Arab parties are influenced by the Palestinian authority. the Palestinian authority in this election strongly encourage the Arabs to vote and vote for this blonde white party or this coalition I should say of our parties. in order to try and stop Netanyahu. they have never joined a governing. administration in Israel. perhaps they will this time to try and stop Netanyahu but they don't believe in the state of Israel. which is why they've never joined. an Israeli government..

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Bolton fired special election I'm in case national security adviser John Bolton has been fired with reaction from one top trump administration officials secretary of state Mike Pompeii says he's never surprised by anything the president does including announcing the dismissal of Bolton via Twitter but Pompey was not unhappy with the most clearly by his going ahead with a White House briefing that was supposed to include Bolton the questions included the notion of chaos in carrying out foreign policy that is about the president's false we give them our best was them but I don't think any lead around the world should make any assumption that because some one of us to parts that president trump's foreign policy will change it to materialize Bob Constantini the White House Wilson was president trump's third national security adviser since taking office the president says a replacement we name next week both continue to be tallied up in North Carolina for a closely watched special congressional election correspondent Ryan noble this is a ruby red district voted for Donald Trump by twelve points in the twenty sixteen election and it hasn't been in anything other than Republican hands since the sixties so Democrats feel that they have a real opportunity here with thirty six percent of precincts reporting Democrat Dan Macready leads Republican Dan bishop fifty to forty nine percent a six person has died of a vaping related long illness correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reports medical experts has some advice for E. cigarette user there saying don't have faith and they're also saying to the FDA it is time it is high time that we've bay on the use of these flavored E. cigarettes these flavored you you inhale them and they taste like fruit or desserts or sweet things they obviously appeal to children four hundred fifty cases of lung ailments like to vaping have been reported so far in thirty three states on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained seventy four points the S. and P. five hundred up one the nasdaq off three I'm in Kate's. W. mail news at nine oh to Ryan piers a new mental health survey for first responders across Virginia finds police officers and firefighters are more likely to die by suicide then in the line of duty what are the root issues of depression in our law enforcement profession and we administer that server it first in the Fairfax county police department XLE police chief ed one wrong answers been open about battling posttraumatic stress himself days of just suck it up should be over and leaders in public safety agencies need to be out front of this issue to save lives the chief says removing the stigma of asking for psychological help is critical Barbara brick WMAL and WMAL dot com is the government going too far in its blanket mornings about the hazards of Beiping CDC is basically giving advice saying you know don't be don't need anything and I think that they're responsible Michael Siegel a doctor at Boston University says legal nicotine based E. CIGS used as tobacco alternatives are not the problem black market cartridges filled with THC oil the active ingredient in marijuana are the issue John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com an attorney representing Maryland's for historically black colleges is urging the state to settle a long running lawsuit over disparities in programs for five hundred and seventy seven million dollars well over a reasonable period of time Michael Jones wrote Tuesday to lawmakers after mediation failed in July Jones notes that Mississippi settle it takes B. C. U. case nearly twenty years ago for about five hundred seventeen million dollars Jones says that's about seven hundred ninety one million in today's dollars Jones says the Mississippi could afford that quote surely main could afford a lesser amount to remedy is constitutional violation the colleges say this the under funded them while developing programs are traditionally white schools W. mail news time battle for now WMAL traffic.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now we need another weekend of protests under way in Hong Kong with teachers rallying to support students in the protesters pull Hancock reports from Hong Kong to both sides of escalated the situation and both sides are trying to gain the high ground with some tactics being used by protesters and police being criticized for being excessive both sides have not I dug in and it is no longer just a struggle in the streets of Hong Kong it's not a fight for public opinion a Muslim American Congress woman barred by Israel from traveling to Jerusalem is disputing Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claims about her planned visit Minnesota representative receded to leave says she had asked to meet with the Israeli government and opposition officials before a visit to the occupied west bank next week leave now rejects the permit on humanitarian grounds to visit relatives in the west bank I'm Martin occurred this Bloomberg sports update on the baseball scoreboard in the American League Masahiro Tanaka allows just two runs on four hits in six plus innings RBI singles from Gary Sanchez labor Taurus and G. O. R. Shelagh the Yankees defeated Cleveland three to two back to back home runs from blunt America where a junior and Randall Krycek and the blue jays down the mariners seven to three reporter solo wins as a live in game R. B. I. troubles from Andrew benintendi and Mitch Moreland enough powers the red Sox over the Orioles nine to one Daniel Norris trouver Hagen and Jill Jimenez combine a fighter and the Tigers blank the race to nothing Max Cutler and Jonathan scope both with two run homers and the twins beat the Rangers for the three and a rematch of the twenty fifteen World Series the Mets lose the Royals four to one as Mike Montgomery AL pitchers Noah Syndergaard and the royal stamp the twenty two inning scoreless streak internationally gambling around owns RBI double in the eighth leaves the nationals over the rumors to the one the cubs blow another ninth inning lead as canon Newman's RBI single in the ninth and Abel's the pirates to slip past the cubs three to two Bryce Harper homered for the third straight game Phillies over the fundraising for the cardinals take over sole possession of first place in the National League central rounding the Reds thirteen to for the Dodgers beat the Braves eight to three Coney Ballenger with us forty first home run John gray struck out seven and Nolan arenado when Brian McMahon homered as the Rockies blank the Marlins three nothing preseason NFL at the Meadowlands the giants defeated Chicago thirty two to thirteen buffalo over Carolina twenty seven to fourteen in Tampa Bay over Miami sixteen to fourteen Little League World Series Elizabeth New Jersey advances with a sixty two win over Salem Oregon Mikhail Prokhorov has agreed to sell off his remaining stake in the Brooklyn nets on his full ownership of the Barclays center to Joe's sign co founder of Ali Baba sign had already bought forty nine percent of that franchise from Prokhorov for one billion dollars in twenty.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now we need another weekend of protests under way in Hong Kong of teachers rallying to support students in the protesters Paula Hancocks reports in Hong Kong both sides have escalated the situation and both sides are trying to gain the high ground with some tactics being used by protesters and police being criticized for being excessive both sides have not I dug in and it is no longer just a struggle in the streets of Hong Kong it's not our fight for public opinion a Muslim American Congress woman barred by Israel from traveling to Jerusalem is disputing Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claims about her planned visit Minnesota representative Rashida to leave says she had asked to meet with the Israeli government and opposition officials before a visit to the occupied west bank next week now rejects the permit that says she says is oppressive and meant to you million eight I'm partnered this Bloomberg sports update on the baseball scoreboard in the American League Masahiro Tanaka allows just two runs on four hits in six plus innings RBI singles from Gary Sanchez glabra Taurus and G. O. R. Shelagh the Yankees defeated Cleveland three to two back to back home runs from blood America where a junior and Randall Krycek and the blue jays down the mariners seven to three reporter solo wins as a live in game RBI troubles from Andrew benintendi and Mitch Moreland enough powers the red Sox over the Orioles nine to one Daniel lowers trouver Hagen and Jill Jimenez combine a five hitter and the Tigers blank the reins to nothing Max Cutler and Jonathan scope both with two run homers and the twins beat the Rangers for the three and a rematch of the twenty fifteen World Series the Mets lose the Royals four to one as Mike Montgomery AL pitchers Noah Syndergaard and the royal snap a twenty two inning scoreless streak in the National League Anthony Rendon owns RBI double in the eighth leaves the nationals over the rumors to the one the cubs blow another ninth inning lead it's kinda Newman's RBI single in the ninth and able to the pirates to slip as the cubs three to two Bryce Harper homered for the third straight game Phillies over the Padres eight for the cardinals take over sole possession of first place in the National League central rounding the Reds thirteen to for the Dodgers beat the Braves eight to three Cody Ballenger with us forty first home run John green struck out seven and Nolan arenado when Brian McMahon homered as the Rockies blank the Marlins three nothing pre season NFL at the Meadowlands the giants defeated Chicago thirty two to thirteen buffalo over Carolina twenty seven to fourteen and Tampa Bay over Miami sixteen to fourteen Little League World Series Elizabeth New Jersey advances with a sixty two win over Salem Oregon Mikhail Prokhorov has agreed to sell off his remaining stake in the Brooklyn nets in his full ownership of the Barclays center to Joe's sign co founder of Ali Baba sign had already bought forty nine percent of that franchise from Prokhorov for one bill in dollars and twenty eighteen lugar exports update done Tom Rogers you're listening to Bloomberg long I'm June Grasso president.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Concludes that forty nine percent of austenite should have the ability to to break into home ownership that's down from the historical level of fifty nine percent according to the firm yeah the average percentage of households that can afford an entry level home in the one hundred and thirty major markets the firm analyze nationwide was fifty four percent the statewide average is fifty five percent so again I want to ask the question is that about it I mean I understand for the first time homebuyer yeah that's that's a problem if you want to live here in Austin but is it truly a problem when the economy is going so well here when the whole market is on fire like it is here is it a problem I and I would say it depends on who you ask I I think largely it's probably not a problem it's it's a problem if you want to hold that yeah that that I got that I got that but yeah what is the urgency to address this this well as the party affordability issue obviously right here in Austin in the affordability issue across the board what is the urgency to address this on over that city officials were talk about yeah we're gonna do some about it but they don't and they never will what's the urgency if if things are just on fire here in Austin jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety you're talking a few minutes ago about the the pay raises the Travis county commissioners gave themselves yeah double digit pay raises in percentages over the next several years it's it's kind of like salt in the wounds if you think about it because it wasn't just days ago that that very same Travis county commissioners court was **** and moaning Cryin about that three point five percent cap on the roll back tax rate should that lawmakers approved if you want to increase taxes above three point five percent you got to go to the voters county commissioners city council's all across this area they said all it's going to break the bank we're going to go bankrupt we just can't do that we can't be restricted that way and then days later given themselves these big old fat cat pay raises right people in Travis county should be incredibly pissed off right now then look at the entire Travis county commissioners court except for general daughter who's out against this right he said this is despicable we can't do this kind of thing does look at us he says look at us forty doing nobody and nobody showed up for this hearing show yeah I have nobody shows up to Travis county hearings it happens in the day when the red taxpayers are at work I gather Lotto enjoy it but it speaks volumes as bad optics it's it's it's bad it's bad everything and it's hard to get my head around it how how you have given all the other places that money could go in the city right now that would make a difference it doesn't make sense and they are not happy with the fact that we will see it and take a thirty thousand dollar raise this year after a thirteen thousand dollar raise last year there you go at the same time they're just nickel and dime minutes trying to find money for county employees who obey been begging for pay raises here's Jerrold I mean I just don't know how we do that and look at people in just you know because we can do it because we're the commissioners isn't it odd that we have and that we have a public hearing today and no one shows up there you go but they did approve all that they got themselves a pay raise should be nice to to be able to vote yourself a pay raise on the backs of taxpayers yeah who are complaining about high taxes I want to work that bush seven twenty five here on the tide.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Rate than this this city was African Americans representing forty nine percent and from religion anti Jewish sentiment was top at fifty eight percent and then when looking at gender sexual orientation mail anti gay bias represented fifty eight percent Calvin shivers FBI criminal investigative division Deputy Assistant director thank you all very much for having me here it really is an honor and a pleasure to be here to discuss this very important topic Jesse Lou US attorney discuss one of great personal interest to me my husband and my three children are Jewish and my father in law was actually born in Vienna in nineteen thirty four and fled to the United States with his family because of the **** occupation of Austria so we just celebrated a bar mitzvah and with a little touch and go with the hot for up until the very end but we've got it all straightened out so again it really is great to be here and to be talking about this critical topic on Eric and Calvin focused in large part on the enforcement of federal hate crimes statute so I thought I would touch on two slightly different but complementary tools for hate crime deterrence disruption in prosecution first I'm gonna say a few words about the use of non federal statutes to prosecute hate crimes and then I'm gonna say a few words about the use of statutes are federal statutes other than the federal hate crimes statute to prevent and disrupt potential hate crimes so when you start with a brief discussion about the use of non federal in other words state or local statutes to prosecute hate crimes some of you may know that mine U. S. attorney's office here in Washington DC is unique among the ninety four US attorney's offices in the country because we investigate and prosecute not only violations of the United States code in federal District Court but also on the local statute the district of Columbia code in DC Superior Court indeed most of our prosecutions occur in DC Superior Court DC has a relatively expensive what's called the bias related crimes statute if it's criminal acts that demonstrate an individual's prejudice based on what the actual or perceived race color religion national origin sex age marital status status personal appearance sexual orientation gender identity or expression family responsibility homelessness physical disability matriculation or political affiliation of the victim of the of the act in question so this is broader than the federal hate crime statutes in a number of ways it does address a number of additional protected classes it also applies not only to violent conduct like assaults and attempts to cause bodily injury but also to crimes like injury to property staffed unlawful entry burglaries robberies and arson and finally does not require an interstate nexus as some of the federal hate crimes statute to do so in many ways it is broader DC also has an act of terrorism statute which is commonly referred to as a domestic terrorism statute and that applies to criminal acts taken with the intent to intimidate and coerce a significant portion of the civilian population of the district of Columbia and the United States I raise these examples just to point out that there need well be on state or local statutes in jurisdictions all across the country and that also would apply to heat incidents or hate crimes and that is it's important to think about sort of the the broad range of ways that we as a country can tackle this problem second my office has in many instances used federal criminal statutes that are are not the the federal he crime statues to address conduct that it involves the violence or risk of violence east on he directed at a particular group late last year for example we charged a defendant under a federal firearms statute any legal user of a controlled substance in possession of a firearm but that particular defendant had come to the attention of authorities a because of certain public statements that he had made supporting white nationalism and indicating that he had fantasized about reasonable based violence we had another case in which an individual call them bomb threats to some Jewish community centers here in the district and to the Israeli embassy in we prosecuted that person under the interstate threats and bomb hoaxes statutes same principle applies with respect to local statutes there may be and I know there are in DC statutes that may apply to conduct of life is that can be used in addition to or instead of the federal hate crimes statute so if there's an instance we taken all tools approach so if we can charge a hate crime we certainly will if for some reason we can't maybe not all the elements are met we look for other ways that we can address criminal conduct so again it is really a great pleasure to be here and to engage in this discussion with my distinguished co panelists and everybody here in the audience thank you so much yes Lou US attorney district of Columbia moderator the panel is Josh Rogan of The Washington Post this is life I think that was a great set of introductions I'd like to start off by asking one question to all three panelists and you know for those of you have been here all day you've heard a lot of panelist talk about their rise in the statistics of hate crimes of course anti semitic hate crimes but all hate crimes according to the FBI's own two thousand seventeen hate crime statistics the increasing anti semitic hate crimes for the most common religious hate crimes I mean I think it's well documented and but what I would love to hear from these officials from you guys why is that what is what do you see what do you think what is your analysis of why we're seeing in twenty seventeen and of course the new numbers are now but we can presume twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen higher levels of hate crimes both anti semitic a grounds and.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Lisa cope she says the latest figures show that a showy thirty eight percent increase in homelessness between twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen in sacramento that have been living in their homes for fifteen years and are being given sixty days to vacate due to renovations and they cannot find another place to live so we just decided that we were going to do something about it in more than seventy five percent of last year's graduates in their program found jobs or have enrolled in school or training california senator kamala harris has steadily polling in the top five presidential candidates for twenty twenty she spent the weekend campaigning in south carolina where most of the democratic voters are black this is a fight not only to recognize our history and on the ancestors and honor the heroes is a fight for our future opole by c._b._s. news says joe biden is holding a lead with seventy three percent of support among african american vote in south carolina biden is followed by vermont senator bernie sanders with forty nine percent than california senator kamala harris with thirty three percents support the latest figures show that the trump administration still is not deporting as many immigrants as former president barack obama did in the first few years of his presidency axios reporting to the trump administration is still lagging behind the early years of the obama administration in terms of deportation levels internal homeland security figures show the president trump has deported just over two hundred eighty two thousand immigrants so far in the fiscal year of two thousand nineteen and is looking to ramp those numbers up in comparison the obama administration deported over four hundred thousand immigrants in the fiscal year of two thousand twelve obama's numbers dropped by nearly half that number in the last years of his second term of office a key factor in trump's relatively slow rate of deportations as the limited resources of the immigration and customs enforcement agency mike bauer n._b._c. news radio and now we'll get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one k. f. b. k. after iran shot down in american drone president trump now saying a new round of sanctions or going into effect today a._b._c. chief white house correspondent jonathan karl president says if it comes to war the u._s. will quote obliterate iran but what he really wants is talks Horon wants to become a wealthy nation again. process station we'll call it let's make a ron great again iran insists that the drone shutdown was flying over its airspace the united states says it was clearly international airspace secretary of state mike pompeo right now in saudi arabia working on bringing together an international coalition against iran a pediatrician given access to a facility in texas housing migrant children detained after crossing the border tells a._b._c. news the conditions are like torture facilities the supreme court dude issue new decisions this morning and one that could be a challenge to adding a citizenship question to the census michelle franzen a._b._c. news mayor pete facing a hostile crowd why were they upset and what it has to do with race and police officers that's next local news of our newsroom is fast track and breaking news news ninety three point one traffic getting around sacramento westbound i am weather starts with cloud news ninety three point one k. f. b. k. bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare no matter who you are or where you live that's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on KCRW

"I go to Tange faith. I can make it there with her aching knees and bad back. It's hard for her to drive, and it's hard to afford, gas everything. So spread out. So imagine one thousand dollar expense comes up, what happens. Freak out going another, in our pool with the Robert Wood Johnson foundation in the Harvard, t h Chan school of public health forty nine percent of rural Americans couldn't afford that the number was much higher for people with disabilities. Seventy percent more than half of them said their families had had problems paying for medical or dental bills in the last few years, Burgo says she doesn't want to rely on disability benefits. She used to work, she helped developmentally challenged people with life skills, but she hasn't worked for ten years. I wanna work, screw the money Kimmy medical coverage, so that full medical so that I can be a an able buddy that is willing to work. Why are you keeping me? Stuck Burgos feel stuck in poverty, and physically stuck because it's so hard for her to get around transportation has a huge impact on health for people living in rural parts of the country says Dr Kirstin bids Domingo. She works on the health of vulnerable populations at the university of California. San francisco. If you go to less populated areas rural areas access to a car that functions. Well, the costs for gas that becomes such an essential element both to drive to seek medical care as well as to drive to access the other resources that are necessary to pursue good health without that transportation or access to other basics like healthy food, or good housing, people can get into a vicious cycle. Poor health contributes to financial instability, and to poverty, and poverty itself. We know contributes to poor health for people with disabilities. It's easy to get stuck in that cycle of poverty, and. Poor health third poverty levels are or two times higher compared to those without disabilities. Bill Erickson of the Yang, tan institute unemployment and disability at Cornell University. Let's say light, Carol Burgos. You're disabled and you're living in a rural area, and you want to work now you've got to find a job. You can do since the great recession rural counties really haven't seen as much employment growth as urban counties. And also just the types of jobs that are available to, and those sorts of communities may be requiring people to be able to be a move things, physically or whatever. And, you know, the limitations, the interview disabilities may have preventing them from being able to do those particular types of jobs or employers. Can't provide the accommodations may be necessary. This is why Carol Burgos feel so stuck. She would need to find a job be healthy enough to do it work. Not too many hours right now. That's not happening. She does have good things in her life. She has her faith. She's born again. Christian her beat up car works. She can visit her mother's nursing home and get around. She has a very sweet little dog. And even though she uses a Walker for long distances and fears she will end up in a wheelchair for.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eat their food delivery business that grew one hundred forty nine percent last year and that had one and a half billion. Dollars in revenue. That's good look at that. And then you look at the operating loss winter time, should they lose that? Right. No kidding. Yeah. All right futures. This morning. They are higher SNP up twelve points. Nasdaq up thirty one from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice the kora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w traffic time with Chuck standing by. Does the rain would stop for awhile? Okay. Told you right? What do you got from the UCLA traffic center? Proudly presenting the new university of Cincinnati Gardner neuroscience institute outpatient building it's opening this week in transforming care for neurological patients right now, even with some wet roads northbound seventy five northbound four seventy one problem free into town. Same for southbound seventy five coming out of Laughlin to seventy five not bad at all at Loveland. Chuck ingram. Newsradio seven hundred wwl w I'm I warning weather center is where we go Jennifer catch. Mark stands by good morning. How are you? Good tracking the rain as we start the day and also to heaven into Sunday's forecast, we could be looking at some severe storms here in the tri-state. Yeah. But today's weather is not severe. We already had that first little line that came to the city here. More already redeveloping out in southeast Indiana, and Mike these things are moving fast. This morning. About seventy miles per hour. Yeah. But it's mostly south to north right? Yeah. I mean, it's kind of going northeast ish. And if you look at kind of how that first line winds, so we'll continue with basically, scattered showers and isolated storm chances as we go from now up through about eleven AM big line of rain will be diminishing and falling apart. That's out in Indiana. But it's still coming in temperatures today. Also interesting we were warmest at midnight. We've been have been cooling will drop to the low sixties for several hours this morning, and then only bumped back sixty six sixty eight this afternoon. Terrible. But we had eighty one yesterday. So a noticeable change that was nice. Gosh, it was great tonight down to forty seven partly cloudy, Saturday strikes sixty five but then Sunday first thing in the morning. We'll already have rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Here we see a brief lull in precipitation, heat, energy, instability, all building and that could fuel storms that could produce damaging winds and tornadoes on Sunday afternoon. So we watching it already an enhanced risk of severe weather over much of the tri-state. No, all right. We will stay tuned. We're counting on you. Jennifer catch Mark. Thank you very much. Right now sitting at sixty six were down three thanks that little shower, sixty six seven hundred wwl w seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Forty nine percent say distracted drivers pose the greatest hazard next in line potholes with thirty one percent. Sizable percentage of the population are very upset with potholes researcher. John thune notes respondents did admit that even their focus while driving isn't perfect. Forty three percent say at least a cage Nally they are distracted when they drive most say, New Jersey drivers generally drive too fast. But a similar majority of respondents say they do not want to see greater enforcement of speeding laws. Dino, flam me on New Jersey one one point five news. At a budget hearing Wednesday lawmakers questioned and eleven percent budget increase the state school development of thority, simply Mun John Birt jelly notes, the number of schools facilities projects. Underactive management is down from fifty seven twenty seventeen to fifty three last year to forty three this year. So a person would look at this and say in the previous structure more was done with less and now less is being done with more. The as vice president of construction operation says that because different projects in different stages of development such numerical comparison don't accurately reflect the workloads. We'll the up continue around New Jersey into the weekend. The complete New Jersey one zero one point five forecast coming up and New Jersey fast traffic in one minute, all jersey. Really one of the phony things to New Jersey one zero one point five home depot's found a way to make Google home.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Right. He's shooting forty nine percent. He shooting forty nine percents from three the last fifteen lakes and Galloway. I don't think as Mr. three and a week. And I'm not kidding. I think he's twelve hundred. Oh, yeah. So yes, you do those do see like a little bit of outlier numbers. But Reggie Jackson to me is like I never agreed with. I the trade that they made for him, which I think the peace. They gave up essentially formless Kyle Singler. It was a good trade. They immediately sided with an eighty million dollars contract. And I did not see him as eighty million dollar player and these unfortunately had knee injuries, which is really slowed them down. But when he is an efficient score, which he isn't very often. But at the golden moments when he is he had a couple of absolutely brilliant playoff stretches with. The thunder as their third guard. That is what fueled the pistons desire to go make him their lead guard. But when he when he does have those stretches of efficiency, he does look fantastic. And he is having the hottest one. He's he's had. That's for sure. And you know, I think the I think the pistons who are a team that was under some pressure to have a big year this year. And they kicked around doing some more at the trade deadline. They Drummond was has floated around out there in the market for a while. They ended up deciding to keep him and he's had a terrific stretch. So I think. I think I think the pistons are team to pay attention to on the other end of the spectrum the Golden State Warriors had to their own vision. Their worse loss of the season less light to the sons the sons have had a great week. They've beaten the the bucks and the warriors this game happened in Golden State. And I'm really my my my brain tells me not to get too worried about the warriors. I don't really want to spend time worrying about them. They're so good when they're on. And you know, they're playing in Houston. I think on Wednesday night, and they could very easily go to Houston and their winning streak, you know, and they'll play it's a stake in their heart. And and, you know, everything's okay. But Kevin when I look at this team the difference. It's been the difference between this team and other teams including last year's team, which I think finished seven ten down the stretch of the season. And then went sixteen and five in the playoffs. They didn't have this major DeMarcus cousins situation where they had to really change their style of play to accommodate him, which is struggling which is hurting them on defense and this team's depth. Just isn't there? They go into the bench in it gets ugly quickly. And that's something that they. Wanted to fix. They recognize that they were weakening there with some age and David west retiring, and he just haven't been able to do that this year. Should I legitimately be concerned about this? Or should I go with my instinct and say they're going to be fine. A little I mean, we did see against Denver on Friday night that you know, when the warriors were up for that game. You know, the nuggets had a chance to tie them for first place in the Western Conference and the words came out and showed everyone. Hey, we're still the warriors and had kind of great performance that we've come to expect from them. It's very possible that yeah, we get to the playoffs. And they they flip the switch and that happens. I mean, I think the the one dangerous thing about that though is because of that track record because of that mind said as long as Kevin Durant is there if the warriors lose it's going to be, you know, we're gonna find ourselves saying a why didn't we see all these signs because they were actually they're all along..

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:04 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six point five WDBO. This is news ninety six point five. A weakened. Now Facebook has an unsanitary feature and their messenger. So you might be sitting there things yourself. When I'm drinking and Facebook by cinemas can totally get it back. There is a Gotcha for that. But the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. And as always we have Andrew, but been skiing, the Kim Komando show man, cave, a low. They're Andrew Kim. Gary is in Miami, Florida. And I have heard Gary story is believable. What do you mean? He was a CEO very successful company that got hacked, and stolen. So he decided since they weren't going to get anybody to walk away. Then years later, he decided to re enter the same business gives a speech and gets hacked again. No, yes. And now he's turned those two instances of being hacked into a new venture new career. Really interesting. So you have had like not the best of luck. Well, that's the understatement of the year. I mean, I mean all things considered him. I feel incredibly lucky because the area talking with you trying to pivot for being a victim to becoming an advocate and do something good in the world. So I think I'm pretty lucky. So you have a great attitude. So what happened the first time real quick? Real quick. I had a marketing communications company was going really great sold. Forty nine percent to a very large global conglomerate in the marketing real also doing great got severely injured cleaning a basketball and during that time about nine or ten months when I was out of my own company, my right hand person along with several other folks that work for me, essentially clones by company without knowing it. Oh, no. So so. Identical company. Yeah. And you know, without me, knowing it and important to keep in mind. You know, at that time, you know, Facebook was just starting. I mean cybersecurity. How was not in the collective zeitgeist? Just not something a trusted them. All. So the spruce my website. They redirected phone calls that were coming into my company to their operation. They called my biggest corporate clients who loved my company, and my work and said I was under investigation by the FBI. Not returning phone calls cases communication McCain from me. So I lost the company while several million dollars result, as you know, better than anyone is very hard to prosecute these successful you especially when people are very interested in skating, their work. And so I closed the comedy is mentioned ten years go by and I was invited to be the keynote speaker of a marketing conference, wait, great got all these great people wanted to work with me again, and that night after ten years of essentially silence from anybody linked in account was hacked, and then know. Noticed that two people that are abused my account. We're two former employees and then the next day and then for the following period of about eighteen months. There were nineteen attacks actors reason I wanted to call you was because of the great blog post your team put out regarding the hacking cars because we've had should be not just once. But twice now question. Do you think it was the same people the same group? Oh, yeah. This is a very targeted, you know, it's referred to as an advanced persistent threat. And you know, the motivation originally was just an attorney is something else. Sometimes it's cyber stalking. Why do you think they've targeted you? Well, originally, it was just economic. I mean, it was a crime of opportunity. I had a very successful company had just sold half of it. Revenues. Rub. You know one hundred percent then I got injured. So I didn't have tight controllable is happening, and I trusted them. And so I was just economic just money. It became something else. Became something else. There's some post refer to it is is kinda cyber sake. But it sounds paranoid. And I the first to acknowledge that. Let me ask you a question. Gary after these two instant instances ten years apart. You're getting attacked nineteen times. What do you do where do you turn? Who? Did you look to for help? Well, given you too long conversation about that. So the very first thing I did was to listen and learn to experts so I linked in, and I just put out this sort of called for assistance. One thing led to another and it ended up becoming this community like with the capital seat. Or I became a little part of this community, you know, which was such a privilege because he's the helpers of the world. These are the more enforcement on military. You know, the people who keep everyone safe. And I started learning about seeing since I got this book called cybersecurity predominate us and turn pages into it. I was lost. You know, I mean, and so I got the author on the phone, and he started laughing when they told him that story who why are you laughing? You said, well, it's not really for for beginners won't why'd you call it cybersecurity for dummies. That's when I realize you know, that I was in over my head to put it mildly. But that there had to be a better way to distill complicated technology formation. It's entertaining stories and also could educate people can currently. So I I did go to law enforcement, I put together dossiers if you know if this was on television. I I could show you some of the evidence, you know, lightning bolts coming across to me showing that my computer you. It'd been taken over thirty six people were connected to my onstar account. You know? Oh, gosh. You're kidding. Roese with a capital say, oh my gosh. You poor thing. So so so now you say you now turn into an advocate. Yeah. You know? I just Justice Brandeis a former supreme court Justice once said something that that. Oh, someone brought to my attention that just to paraphrase. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, you know. And so I thought okay, I'm just going to shine a light on this stuff. You know and try to find a way to help. So, you know, without without going into specifics of what I created unless you want me to I created this superhero comic series. So that's that's that's awesome. So you're using that in order to go ahead and to educate people that this is a possibility and that this can happen. And you know, I'm really glad that you called in. What do you think Andrew was his password password? No kidding. There's a lot more of the going on in Gary's life. Hey, folks, we're going to put a link to Gary's website over at the show picks button at commando dot com. Gives you want to check out what he's doing now. Because I actually I find it very very fast. Gary thanks for coming on the air and telling your story,.

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"forty nine percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back to the show now will Wednesday seven seven three five. So. We were talking about immaterial. Right. And. This lady has come out and confess. Did she didn't remember anything? So they reopened in the case of immaterial. Let me tell you. What's going to happen? I noticed crazy. They're going to charge. This this eighty year old lady with the murder innovation to the civil rights of immaterial. Now, let me tell you why this is going on. This is more now because the administration because of this poll it was a poll that was taking with forty nine percent of all Americans think that Donald Trump is racist. This is Trump in his administration trying to say, well, look, we're prosecuting the person who get immaterial Q. We're not racist. We wouldn't even reopen us if we racist. This is what this is all about. It really is the is not about. The woman recanting because honestly, our recanting his story. The people who killed this boy are already. They already did. This is about. Them trying to look like. They're not racist based on that new poll. That new poll basically said forty nine percent. Forty nine percent believe that the president is racist. And so this is the ministration trying to make it seem like they're not racist. Look, let me say something to you..

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