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Retail sales rise 0.9% in April as consumers show resilience
"Americans Americans Americans Americans continue continue continue continue to to to to ramp ramp ramp ramp up up up up spending spending spending spending last last last last month month month month even even even even as as as as inflation inflation inflation inflation persists persists persists persists at at at at a a a a nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty year year year year hi hi hi hi I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers the the the the commerce commerce commerce commerce department department department department says says says says retail retail retail retail sales sales sales sales rose rose rose rose nine nine nine nine tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent in in in in April April April April among among among among those those those those seeing seeing seeing seeing significant significant significant significant boosts boosts boosts boosts auto auto auto auto dealers dealers dealers dealers with with with with sales sales sales sales up up up up two two two two point point point point two two two two percent percent percent percent online online online online retailers retailers retailers retailers two two two two point point point point one one one one percent percent percent percent and and and and restaurants restaurants restaurants restaurants and and and and bars bars bars bars up up up up to to to to percent percent percent percent sales sales sales sales were were were were even even even even up up up up after after after after adjusting adjusting adjusting adjusting for for for for inflation inflation inflation inflation which which which which was was was was three three three three tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent on on on on a a a a monthly monthly monthly monthly basis basis basis basis in in in in April April April April strong strong strong strong hiring hiring hiring hiring rapid rapid rapid rapid wage wage wage wage increases increases increases increases and and and and a a a a healthy healthy healthy healthy level level level level of of of of savings savings savings savings on on on on average average average average have have have have bolstered bolstered bolstered bolstered consumers consumers consumers consumers financial financial financial financial health health health health despite despite despite despite the the the the sharp sharp sharp sharp increase increase increase increase in in in in consumer consumer consumer consumer prices prices prices prices the the the the robust robust robust robust April April April April sales sales sales sales numbers numbers numbers numbers are are are are even even even even more more more more impressive impressive impressive impressive when when when when considering considering considering considering retail retail retail retail sales sales sales sales cover cover cover cover only only only only about about about about a a a a third third third third of of of of consumer consumer consumer consumer spending spending spending spending with with with with the the the the rest rest rest rest going going going going to to to to services services services services such such such such as as as as travel travel travel travel hair hair hair hair cuts cuts cuts cuts in in in in health health health health care care care care airlines airlines airlines airlines and and and and hotels hotels hotels hotels are are are are also also also also reporting reporting reporting reporting strong strong strong strong sales sales sales sales Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%
"Mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rates rates rates rates edged edged edged edged up up up up again again again again this this this this week week week week as as as as the the the the fed fed fed fed works works works works on on on on dampening dampening dampening dampening inflation inflation inflation inflation getting getting getting getting a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year home home home home loan loan loan loan is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage buyer buyer buyer buyer Freddie Freddie Freddie Freddie Mac Mac Mac Mac reports reports reports reports that that that that the the the the average average average average thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rate rate rate rate rose rose rose rose to to to to five five five five point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent this this this this week week week week that's that's that's that's up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly from from from from a a a a week week week week ago ago ago ago and and and and the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine this this this this time time time time last last last last year year year year the the the the average average average average is is is is only only only only two two two two point point point point nine nine nine nine four four four four percent percent percent percent fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen year year year year fixed fixed fixed fixed rate rate rate rate mortgages mortgages mortgages mortgages popular popular popular popular with with with with owners owners owners owners or or or or refinancing refinancing refinancing refinancing get get get get down down down down to to to to four four four four point point point point four four four four eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve raised raised raised raised its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate last last last last week week week week by by by by half half half half a a a a percentage percentage percentage percentage and and and and has has has has signaled signaled signaled signaled more more more more rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely as as as as it it it it works works works works to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse the the the the highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Less immigrant labor in US contributing to prices hikes
"Less less less less immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant labor labor labor labor in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is contributing contributing contributing contributing to to to to price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes across across across across the the the the board board board board first first first first immigration immigration immigration immigration tapered tapered tapered tapered off off off off during during during during the the the the trump trump trump trump administration administration administration administration then then then then ground ground ground ground to to to to a a a a near near near near complete complete complete complete halt halt halt halt at at at at the the the the height height height height of of of of coded coded coded coded by by by by some some some some estimates estimates estimates estimates the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. now now now now has has has has two two two two million million million million fewer fewer fewer fewer immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants than than than than it it it it would would would would have have have have if if if if the the the the pace pace pace pace had had had had stayed stayed stayed stayed the the the the same same same same that that that that helped helped helped helped lead lead lead lead to to to to a a a a desperate desperate desperate desperate scramble scramble scramble scramble in in in in Texas Texas Texas Texas my my my my cals cals cals cals farm farm farm farm has has has has replaced replaced replaced replaced acres acres acres acres of of of of greens greens greens greens with with with with crops crops crops crops that that that that can can can can be be be be harvested harvested harvested harvested by by by by machines machines machines machines while while while while increasing increasing increasing increasing pay pay pay pay for for for for his his his his workers workers workers workers almost almost almost almost all all all all immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants out out out out floors floors floors floors had had had had to to to to hike hike hike hike the the the the price price price price of of of of a a a a brisket brisket brisket brisket plate plate plate plate at at at at his his his his restaurant restaurant restaurant restaurant with with with with the the the the meat meat meat meat packing packing packing packing plants plants plants plants in in in in ability ability ability ability to to to to fully fully fully fully staffed staffed staffed staffed production production production production lines lines lines lines labor labor labor labor issues issues issues issues are are are are among among among among several several several several contributors contributors contributors contributors to to to to the the the the US's US's US's US's highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Fed to fight inflation with fastest rate hikes in decades
"The the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates today today today today in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to fight fight fight fight inflation inflation inflation inflation with with with with inflation inflation inflation inflation surging surging surging surging to to to to a a a a forty forty forty forty year year year year high high high high the the the the fed fed fed fed is is is is under under under under pressure pressure pressure pressure to to to to act act act act aggressively aggressively aggressively aggressively to to to to slow slow slow slow spending spending spending spending and and and and curb curb curb curb the the the the price price price price spikes spikes spikes spikes pressuring pressuring pressuring pressuring households households households households and and and and companies companies companies companies economists economists economists economists agree agree agree agree after after after after today's today's today's today's meeting meeting meeting meeting the the the the federal federal federal federal almost almost almost almost certainly certainly certainly certainly announced announced announced announced it's it's it's it's raising raising raising raising its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark short short short short term term term term interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate by by by by a a a a half half half half percentage percentage percentage percentage point point point point the the the the sharpest sharpest sharpest sharpest rate rate rate rate hike hike hike hike since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand and and and and then then then then another another another another half half half half point point point point rate rate rate rate hike hike hike hike at at at at its its its its next next next next meeting meeting meeting meeting in in in in June June June June and and and and possibly possibly possibly possibly up up up up to to to to July July July July one one one one economists economists economists economists were were were were C. C. C. C. still still still still further further further further rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes in in in in the the the the months months months months to to to to follow follow follow follow I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Powell reinforces expectations of sharp rate hike next month
"The the the the chair chair chair chair of of of of the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is signaling signaling signaling signaling sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the story story story story in in in in an an an an IMF IMF IMF IMF World World World World Bank Bank Bank Bank panel panel panel panel discussion discussion discussion discussion fed fed fed fed chair chair chair chair Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell said said said said taming taming taming taming inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is essential essential essential essential economists economists economists economists don't don't don't don't work work work work without without without without price price price price stability stability stability stability we we we we need need need need that that that that to to to to have have have have a a a a strong strong strong strong labor labor labor labor market market market market for for for for an an an an extended extended extended extended period period period period of of of of time time time time we we we we need need need need for for for for financial financial financial financial stability stability stability stability so so so so we we we we must must must must do do do do that that that that I'll I'll I'll I'll noted noted noted noted the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's last last last last cycle cycle cycle cycle of of of of interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes from from from from two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand forty forty forty forty two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six we're we're we're we're quarter quarter quarter quarter point point point point increases increases increases increases inflation inflation inflation inflation was was was was a a a a little little little little over over over over three three three three percent percent percent percent is is is is inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is much much much much higher higher higher higher now now now now and and and and our our our our policy policy policy policy rate rate rate rate is is is is is is is is still still still still more more more more accommodative accommodative accommodative accommodative that that that that was was was was that that that that and and and and with with with with inflation inflation inflation inflation at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in more more more more than than than than forty forty forty forty years years years years it it it it is is is is appropriate appropriate appropriate appropriate in in in in my my my my view view view view of of of of to to to to be be be be moving moving moving moving a a a a little little little little more more more more quickly quickly quickly quickly and and and and I I I I I I I I also also also also I I I I also also also also think think think think there's there's there's there's something something something something in in in in the the the the idea idea idea idea of of of of front front front front end end end end loading loading loading loading whatever whatever whatever whatever accommodation accommodation accommodation accommodation one one one one thinks thinks thinks thinks is is is is appropriate appropriate appropriate appropriate the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's next next next next policy policy policy policy meeting meeting meeting meeting comes comes comes comes in in in in early early early early may may may may analysts analysts analysts analysts are are are are expecting expecting expecting expecting a a a a half half half half point point point point increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the federal federal federal federal funds funds funds funds rate rate rate rate Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
US inflation jumped 8.5% in past year, highest since 1981
"Inflation inflation inflation inflation keeps keeps keeps keeps soaring soaring soaring soaring now now now now at at at at its its its its fastest fastest fastest fastest pace pace pace pace in in in in more more more more than than than than forty forty forty forty years years years years the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department says says says says its its its its consumer consumer consumer consumer price price price price index index index index jumped jumped jumped jumped eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half percent percent percent percent last last last last month month month month from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the biggest biggest biggest biggest year year year year over over over over year year year year increase increase increase increase since since since since late late late late nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one inflation inflation inflation inflation from from from from February February February February to to to to March March March March was was was was up up up up one one one one point point point point two two two two percent percent percent percent compared compared compared compared to to to to zero zero zero zero point point point point eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent from from from from January January January January to to to to February February February February the the the the report report report report is is is is the the the the first first first first to to to to capture capture capture capture the the the the full full full full gas gas gas gas price price price price surge surge surge surge following following following following Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion invasion invasion that's that's that's that's led led led led to to to to higher higher higher higher transportation transportation transportation transportation costs costs costs costs for for for for goods goods goods goods which which which which in in in in turn turn turn turn are are are are now now now now more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers though though though though inflation inflation inflation inflation had had had had already already already already hit hit hit hit its its its its highest highest highest highest level level level level in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades before before before before the the the the war war war war everything everything everything everything from from from from food food food food to to to to gas gas gas gas to to to to housing housing housing housing costs costs costs costs more more more more wiping wiping wiping wiping out out out out pay pay pay pay raises raises raises raises many many many many people people people people have have have have received received received received Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington
US: Man impersonated agent, claimed ties to Pakistani intel
"Federal federal federal federal prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say one one one one of of of of the the the the two two two two men men men men accused accused accused accused of of of of pretending pretending pretending pretending to to to to be be be be federal federal federal federal agents agents agents agents in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington DC DC DC DC has has has has claimed claimed claimed claimed to to to to have have have have ties ties ties ties to to to to the the the the Pakistani Pakistani Pakistani Pakistani government government government government the the the the two two two two men men men men were were were were arrested arrested arrested arrested this this this this week week week week accused accused accused accused of of of of impersonating impersonating impersonating impersonating homeland homeland homeland homeland security security security security agents agents agents agents and and and and offering offering offering offering gifts gifts gifts gifts to to to to some some some some secret secret secret secret service service service service agents agents agents agents including including including including one one one one assigned assigned assigned assigned to to to to First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden security security security security detail detail detail detail prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say hater hater hater hater a a a a lead lead lead lead told told told told witnesses witnesses witnesses witnesses he he he he was was was was affiliated affiliated affiliated affiliated with with with with the the the the inter inter inter inter services services services services intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence agency agency agency agency in in in in Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan and and and and that that that that he he he he had had had had multiple multiple multiple multiple visas visas visas visas from from from from there there there there and and and and a a a a run run run run the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is still still still still trying trying trying trying to to to to verify verify verify verify or or or or refute refute refute refute those those those those claims claims claims claims a a a a lead lead lead lead did did did did travel travel travel travel repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly to to to to the the the the Middle Middle Middle Middle East East East East the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five year year year year old old old old a a a a lead lead lead lead and and and and forty forty forty forty year year year year old old old old Arian Arian Arian Arian Tom Tom Tom Tom hers hers hers hers ida ida ida ida had had had had surveillance surveillance surveillance surveillance equipment equipment equipment equipment body body body body armor armor armor armor zip zip zip zip ties ties ties ties and and and and police police police police training training training training manuals manuals manuals manuals stashed stashed stashed stashed in in in in a a a a luxury luxury luxury luxury apartment apartment apartment apartment building building building building that that that that houses houses houses houses law law law law enforcement enforcement enforcement enforcement officers officers officers officers defense defense defense defense officials officials officials officials and and and and congressional congressional congressional congressional staffers staffers staffers staffers I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
US added 431,000 jobs in March in sign of economic health
"The the jobs jobs market market continues continues its its winning winning streak streak for for eleven eleven straight straight months months American American employers employers added added more more than than four four hundred hundred thousand thousand jobs jobs this this time time four four hundred hundred thirty thirty one one thousand thousand in in March March the the unemployment unemployment rate rate is is now now the the lowest lowest since since the the virus virus pandemic pandemic began began at at three three point point six six percent percent the the numbers numbers show show an an economy economy staying staying resilient resilient amid amid the the pandemic pandemic forty forty year year high high inflation inflation and and now now war war in in Europe Europe job job openings openings around around a a near near record record levels levels and and jobless jobless benefit benefit claims claims last last week week at at the the lowest lowest level level in in fifty fifty three three years years Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
A key inflation gauge sets 40-year high as gas and food soar
"A a key key gauge gauge on on inflation inflation is is hit hit a a forty forty year year high high with with prices prices on on food food and and gas gas still still soaring soaring the the commerce commerce department's department's reporting reporting the the personal personal consumption consumption expenditures expenditures price price index index has has jumped jumped six six point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to a a year year ago ago the the largest largest spike spike in in four four decades decades strong strong consumer consumer demand demand and and shortages shortages of of many many goods goods helped helped drive drive the the increase increase intensified intensified by by Russia's Russia's invasion invasion of of Ukraine Ukraine which which has has disrupted disrupted global global oil oil markets markets and and xcelerated xcelerated prices prices for for wheat wheat nickel nickel and and other other key key commodities commodities excluding excluding volatile volatile prices prices for for food food and and energy energy the the core core inflation inflation number number increased increased five five point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to the the previous previous year year some some economists economists are are now now predicting predicting the the federal federal reserve reserve could could raise raise its its key key lending lending rate rate by by an an aggressive aggressive half half point point in in both both may may and and June June hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination
"The house passes a bill to prohibit discrimination based on hair the house voted to thirty five to one eighty nine to prohibit discrimination on the basis of hair texture and hairstyles like here that's tightly coiled curled warning corn rows twist braids or afros the bill now goes to the Senate where its fate is uncertain president Biden has already said that he would sign the bill Ohio congressman Jim Jordan during floor debate was surprised this bill was a priority bills not about increasing domestic production of energy so we don't have five dollar gas the bill is not about dealing with the inflation problem the forty year high inflation problem that this country faces other Republicans who voted against the measure said protections against discrimination already exist in several federal laws I'm
MoneyWatch: Consumer prices surge 7.9% over the past year as inflation hits 40-year high
"Consumer inflation has reached a forty year high it jumped seven point nine percent over the past year the sharpest spike since nineteen eighty two the labor department report covers the twelve months ending in February so it does not include the recent oil and gas price hikes following Russia's Ukraine invasion since then average gas prices are up about sixty two cents a gallon before then a combination of high consumer spending pay raises and supply shortages had already sent prices soaring for everything from food to housing and made inflation the top political threat to both president Biden and congressional Democrats before the mid term elections the federal reserve is set to raise interest rates starting next week in a bid to stem the search Sager
U.S. wins gold in first mixed snowboardcross
"The United States strikes gold in the first ever mixed team snowboardcross finals forty year old Nick Baumgardner of iron river Michigan earned his first career medal in his fourth trip to the Olympics thirty six year old Lindsey Jacobellis picked up her second gold medal at the Beijing games and her third career podium in five separate Olympic journeys her first was a silver metal all the way back at the two thousand six Torino games men's hockey preliminary round action the United States doubles up Canada forty two to improve to to win now team USA conclude group play with Germany on Sunday I'm Danny cap
Biden puts focus on drug prices in fight against inflation
"With inflation at a forty year high president Biden maintains his administration's policies would make life more affordable for families I'm Ben Thomas with the latest inflation is up president Biden in Culpeper Virginia discussing his proposal for limiting the cost of prescription drugs if we're able to do the things I'm talking about here it'll bring down the cost for average families but on the Senate floor Republican leader Mitch McConnell noted that consumer prices have jumped seven point five percent over a year ago and blamed the president and Democrats if you haven't personally gotten a pay raise of eight percent or more in the last year then Democrats policies have given you a pay cut Biden is pledging to work like the devil to bring down gasoline prices as well as the cost of prescription drugs which he says affects everyone this is what your insurance companies pay every all you have insurance you're paying a heck of a lot more even if you're not using the drugs I'm Ben Thomas
January consumer inflation expected to rise by 7.2%, the highest since 1982
"Ocana miss think that inflation in the U. S. may have risen again last month to a forty year high American consumers are still spending but supply chains are still snarled and they've combined to sharply raise prices in almost every category analysts are forecasting today's labor department report will show consumer prices spiked about seven point one percent over December's numbers the largest increase since the eighties the factset forecast also predicts the year over year comparison we'll be up seven point three percent reports are indicating consumer inflation may be decreasing and reports show that the end of the government stimulus checks and other pandemic relief measures has not slowed down shopping by American consumers I'm
Deadly Colorado blaze renews focus on underground coal fires
"Investigators investigators investigators investigators trying trying trying trying to to to to determine determine determine determine the the the the cause cause cause cause of of of of last last last last month's month's month's month's devastating devastating devastating devastating wildfires wildfires wildfires wildfires in in in in Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado are are are are looking looking looking looking at at at at a a a a possible possible possible possible link link link link to to to to underground underground underground underground coal coal coal coal fires fires fires fires hi hi hi hi Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details a a a a fire fire fire fire raging raging raging raging in in in in an an an an underground underground underground underground Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado coal coal coal coal field field field field in in in in eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three cents cents cents cents so so so so much much much much smoke smoke smoke smoke pouring pouring pouring pouring from from from from cracks cracks cracks cracks in in in in the the the the ground ground ground ground that that that that the the the the scene scene scene scene was was was was likened likened likened likened to to to to burning burning burning burning volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes the the the the state's state's state's state's first first first first mining mining mining mining inspector inspector inspector inspector dean dean dean dean the the the the blaze blaze blaze blaze impossible impossible impossible impossible to to to to extinguish extinguish extinguish extinguish nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty years years years years later later later later to to to to fire fire fire fire still still still still smolder smolder smolder smolder in in in in that that that that now now now now abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal field field field field near near near near boulder boulder boulder boulder the the the the same same same same area area area area where where where where the the the the December December December December wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed more more more more than than than than one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand homes homes homes homes and and and and buildings buildings buildings buildings and and and and killed killed killed killed at at at at least least least least one one one one person person person person U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. officials officials officials officials attracting attracting attracting attracting more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred such such such such mine mine mine mine fires fires fires fires in in in in more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen states states states states but but but but boulder boulder boulder boulder county county county county officials officials officials officials say say say say abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal mines mines mines mines are are are are just just just just one one one one of of of of several several several several possible possible possible possible causes causes causes causes which which which which also also also also include include include include power power power power lines lines lines lines in in in in human human human human activity activity activity activity I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
Fed plans to raise rates as soon as March to cool inflation
"The the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to lift lift lift lift its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark short short short short term term term term rate rate rate rate from from from from zero zero zero zero as as as as soon soon soon soon as as as as March March March March it's it's it's it's a a a a way way way way of of of of cooling cooling cooling cooling inflation inflation inflation inflation fed fed fed fed chairman chairman chairman chairman Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell says says says says it it it it will will will will soon soon soon soon be be be be time time time time to to to to raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse policies policies policies policies that that that that have have have have fueled fueled fueled fueled hiring hiring hiring hiring and and and and growth growth growth growth but but but but also also also also high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation the the the the economy economy economy economy no no no no longer longer longer longer needs needs needs needs sustained sustained sustained sustained high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of monetary monetary monetary monetary policy policy policy policy support support support support that that that is is is why why why we we we are are are phasing phasing phasing out out out our our our asset asset asset purchases purchases purchases in in in wag wag wag we we we expected expected expected will will will soon soon soon be be be appropriate appropriate appropriate to to to raise raise raise the the the target target target range range range for for for the the the federal federal federal funds funds funds rate rate rate the the the rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes will will will make make make it it it more more more expensive expensive expensive to to to borrow borrow borrow for for for a a a home home home car car car or or or business business business Powell Powell Powell says says says the the the central central central bank bank bank can can can manage manage manage the the the process process process in in in a a a way way way that that that prolongs prolongs prolongs economic economic economic growth growth growth and and and keeps keeps keeps unemployment unemployment unemployment low low low inflation inflation inflation is is is at at at a a a forty forty forty year year year high high high and and and is is is eating eating eating into into into Americans Americans Americans wage wage wage gains gains gains and and and household household household budgets budgets budgets my my my camp camp camp in in in Washington Washington Washington
To highlight economic growth, Biden goes shopping for gifts
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting after after after after going going going going shopping shopping shopping shopping Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden meets meets meets meets with with with with CEOs CEOs CEOs CEOs today today today today with with with inflation inflation inflation at at at a a a near near near forty forty forty year year year high high high and and and the the the stock stock stock market market market slipping slipping slipping president president president Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden meets meets meets with with with some some some of of of the the the nation's nation's nation's top top top CEOs CEOs CEOs today today today to to to pitch pitch pitch the the the benefits benefits benefits of of of his his his economic economic economic agenda agenda agenda that that that stalled stalled stalled in in in the the the Senate Senate Senate among among among those those those meeting meeting meeting with with with the the the president president president will will will be be be the the the heads heads heads of of of General General General Motors Motors Motors Ford Ford Ford Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft sales sales sales force force force and and and at at at sea sea sea yesterday yesterday yesterday Biden Biden Biden visited visited visited the the the gift gift gift shop shop shop and and and ice ice ice cream cream cream store store store to to to Capitol Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Hill neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood the the the price price price the the the food food food too too too the the the president president president said said said last last last week week week he he he will will will be be be getting getting getting out out out more more more and and and meeting meeting meeting with with with everyday everyday everyday Americans Americans Americans the the the president president president plans plans plans to to to visit visit visit Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh on on on Friday Friday Friday Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out Washington Washington Washington
The heat stays on: Earth hits 6th warmest year on record
"Two two U. U. S. S. science science agencies agencies say say twenty twenty twenty twenty one one was was the the sixth sixth hottest hottest year year on on record record globally globally and and it's it's part part of of a a long long term term warming warming trend trend I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at that that report report data data from from NASA NASA and and the the national national oceanic oceanic and and atmospheric atmospheric administration administration sure sure the the last last eight eight years years have have been been the the eight eight hottest hottest on on record record stating stating to to the the late late eighteen eighteen hundreds hundreds and and people people are are feeling feeling it it see see how how father father of of Berkeley Berkeley earth earth twenty twenty five five countries countries had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one is is the the warmest warmest year year on on record record for for that that country country those those countries countries are are home home to to one one point point eight eight billion billion people people in in global global temperatures temperatures are are now now nearly nearly two two degrees degrees warmer warmer than than one one hundred hundred and and forty forty years years ago ago NASA NASA climate climate scientist scientist Gavin Gavin Schmidt Schmidt the the long long term term trend trend is is very very very very clear clear and and it's it's because because of of us us and and it's it's not not going going to to go go away away until until we we stop stop are are increasing increasing the the amount amount of of carbon carbon dioxide dioxide yeah yeah I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
"forty years later" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast
"For customers suppliers the environment and workers bork's theories were especially palatable to the same powerbrokers who backed reagan. And reagan's department of justice and other agencies began to incorporate bork's anti-trust doctrine in their enforcement decisions. Reagan even put bark up for a supreme court seat but bork flunk the senate confirmation hearing so badly that forty years later dc insiders used the term barked to referred any catastrophically bad political performance. Little by little bork's theories entered the mainstream and their backers began to infiltrate the legal education field even putting on junkets where members of the judiciary were treated to lavish meals. Fun outdoor activities and seminars. Where they were indoctrinated into the consumer harm theory of antitrust. The more bork's theories took hold the more money the monopolist were making and the more surplus capital. They had at their disposal to lobby for even more Antitrust influence campaigns. The history of bork's antitrust theories is a really good example of the kind of covertly engineered shifts in public opinion. The zubov warns us against where fringe ideas become mainstream orthodoxy. Bork didn't change the world overnight. He played a very long game for over a generation and he had a tailwind because the same forces that backed oligarch antitrust theories also backed many other oligarch shifts in public opinion for example. The idea that taxation is theft that wealth is a sign of virtue and so on all of these theories meshed to form a coherent ideology that educated inequality to a virtue today many fear. That machine learning allows surveillance capitalism to sell bork as a service at internet speeds. So that you can contract a machine. Learning company to engineer rapid shifts in public sentiment without needing the capital to sustain a multipronged multigenerational project working at the local state national and global levels in business law and philosophy. I do not believe that such a project is plausible. Though i agree that this is basically what the platforms claim to be selling. They're just lying about it. Big tech lies all the time. Including in their sales literature. The idea that tax forms natural monopolies monopolies that are the inevitable result of the realities of an industry such as the monopolies that accrue to the first company to run long phone. Lines or rail lines is belied by tax own history. In the absence of anticompetitive tactics google was able to unseat alta vista and yahoo. Facebook was able to head off my space. There are some advantages to gathering mountains of data but those mountains of data have disadvantages liability from leaking diminishing returns from old data an institutional inertia big companies like science progress. One funeral at a time indeed. The birth of the web saw mass extinction event for the.
"forty years later" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"Time i used to be in burbank and was very favorite Tree fruits there and a agreed big frequently fruit exactly like jack food and Gross on a tree high up and it probably ways around twenty pounds or more and ohio poetry and duty drops in your head. You're not gonna get up. Stock thinking philosophic bed god and similarly coconut you know in case take fibrous shell and Coconut drops in your head again. You're not gonna walk. Wake up start talking thinking philosophical. What's so immediately. Pointed that out and my mother shook her head and didn't say anything because she knew i wasn't bear. I didn't know i was there. I thought that. I just wanna brilliant debating point and i was very very pleased with myself. So that's a guy. Thanks you alone. Selling establish i was pushing back against but something about she said actually must've been but a lot of scientists game together and came together extraordinarily powerfully. So i mean. I had a very similar experience You know my mother was always talking about being aware and it was all about awareness. And you know as you're talking about earlier i'm very. They're him right there i am. I can touch them feel. See what else do i need to be aware of. But you know forty years later it all kind of like a rubber band into the back of my head at all it all finally mid-sentence housemate similar for you. Where all the things that. Your mother had been teaching you at some point. Boom there was an Did you ever digestion reached out to her and say you were right to end her life. She got a sense of that. I'm really really sorry that she had passed on before she had just started Columbia and benchley pasta on so she'd never knew how successful it became more All of the other things that happened after that you know that's one of the rigorous of my life but she is somewhere where she knows all about this anyway. She's not granted saying see. I told you so..
"forty years later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Risks for moms to sour but there's more to the story is a heartbreaking statistic that's been true for decades the United States black babies are twice as likely to die before their first birthday compared to white babies most of the babies died because of born premature and with complications they just don't make it that's a statistic that is touching person a little over twenty years ago my daughter Lauren died in utero about a month before due date the pain of that loss it never really goes away you just learn how to live with the better back in nineteen eighty four there was a congressional hearing focused on the failure to close the gap one of the speakers was obstetrician named Dr Vicki Alexander in her testimony she called the situation genocide through neglect perpetuated by the US government I stand at the bedside of these mothers some white some Latina but mostly black at the bedside of these mothers whose babies are dying and when I know it can be prevented I don't want to hear about task forces this is Vicky reading a transcript of the testimony all these decades later she seventy nine now like I said the same thing but the ratio still two one almost forty years later there's a lot this changed.
"forty years later" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Soundtrack we love to talk about art here and we love to talk about actors and musicians and even comedians are on Steve Martin we urge you to go to our American network go on the search button and find that Steve Martin our it's terrific there's no precedent for John Cazale he's an anomaly in cinematic history if you're on the big screen wholly formed and immediately made an indelible imprint and then just as suddenly six years later he was gone in that short time he created for characters in five feature films the godfather the conversation the godfather part two dog day afternoon and the deer hunter oh my goodness that's crazy I can still be regarded over forty years later as benchmarks of film acting he was very by the way in the gun from we'll get to that later but I just want to give you an idea of who he was John's work like his life cannot be accurately measured in duration only in depth the entirety of his screen time in all five movies boils down to mere minutes the more we see the more we cannot look away it isn't simply that he had the distinction of only appearing in masterpieces it is that his performances within them are also masterpieces those two mistakes elaborately for ability may question how good he really was after all he wasn't really a movie star he was never billed above the title but John Purcell is acting as best kept secret he played one of the most iconic characters in film history as I've said before Fredo Corleone from the godfather yet today most people don't even know his name to prove this point a picture was shown of John Cassell playing freight I.
"forty years later" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nineteen eighty forty years later she says she's still fighting for equal rights probably fighting for a little bit more because we had a more honest government in nineteen eighty than we have now thousands attended the election year March focusing on five issues those five issues dealing with the twenty twenty general election and starting this week the CTA will plan several temporary weekend closures of three north of north side redline stations they will require the Grandville Thorndale in Brynmawr stations to close from Friday January twenty fourth at ten PM through the following Monday at four AM seven oh five time for WGN sports and good morning to any major good morning days while the Blackhawks set the tone early as six a two one of the maple Leafs last night a three goal first period followed by a three in the second Patrick Kane also recording an assist the as nine hundred and ninety nine career points shot of the days of four point nine Dominic Kulik scored twice give him twenty goals in his rookie season hawks return to haul my site to put their season high tying four game win streak on the line the face the jets Chris Boden has pre game at five thirty Gianna try the called six on WGN and WGN radio dot com bulls rallied from down nineteen in the second half to beat the Cavaliers one eighty to one sixteen Sakhalin forty two points twenty one of which came in the fourth quarter NFL playoffs today the conference championship games it'll be Green Bay and San Francisco in the NFC game the Packers have been to the Superbowl nine years forty nine or try to get back after a seven year absence Tennessee will take on Kansas city in the a FC the chief coming out a seven game winning streak this will be the third straight road game for the Titans college basketball yes to number twenty four Eloy beats northwestern seventy five seventy one the allied thirteen and five now five into the big tent to Paul pull a big upset over number five dollars seventy nine sixty six Paul reed scored twenty three the blue demons beat their first top five opponents since two thousand six at all all yesterday three of the nation's top five teams went down to defeat on the court elsewhere locally was you I see beating I U. P. U. I. seventy five sixty six northern all I. lost to Bowling Green sixty six sixty four and Bradley losing in Peoria two at northern Iowa eighty six to seventy one on the whole the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats the white Sox baseball any major WGN sports re above it here a wind chill index of fifteen below I'm Dave twine on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN Hey welcome to what's happening and what's at what's happening you ask a bit sudahlah sausage McMuffin with egg cool so good savory sauces mount seeds on a freshly told and what's happening the mac Donald download on your phone right now so you can get about some exclusive deals only available on the McDonald's is somebody Mosey out here that up up it is based on a very cannot be combined with any other offer or combo mill road is just a road but at G. S. U. V. isn't just an S. U. V. come see for yourself at the jeep start something new sales event during owner appreciation month financing get.
"forty years later" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"This is an outdoor issues with near Roberts in North Dakota game and fish well just recollection it may not have been the shot heard round the world but for Denise billet doux it was plenty loud and proud it was one shot a long shot my husband stepped off two days later and it was three hundred fifty yard shot I knew it was a long shot but I didn't expect it was that far away these says she took cutter safety back in nineteen eighty one and had never hunted big game not even dear until getting drawn for this mistake I'd much rather go shopping than go out hunting so clearly so nearly forty years later it comes to fruition it did and it was fun it was really a lot of fun the center husband land farm your partial North Dakota he has been sending in for a new state for more than a decade and itself Denise said in for the past six years it now has the live with the consequences of bragging rights my brother law told me let you keep sending in for her if she's going to get it you're not dark already with right game and fish outreach biologist gray Gullikson says Bruce numbers have had a nice run in North Dakota for the past few decades we are up steadily over the last decade or more been increasing somewhere most numbers and refining and then all parts of the state were normally you wouldn't think is necessarily most country then says this phenomenon has been a welcome surprise as well the first Musset scene was like in nineteen ninety one one just come traipsing through and every what wow what's a moose and now you know you'll see in the summertime when we're out driving around we'll we'll see him if you drive around enough you'll find moves these gets legendary advice when we come back at Trinity health.
"forty years later" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"It may not have been the shot heard round the world but for Denise billet doux it was plenty loud and proud it was one shot a long shot my husband stepped off two days later and it was three hundred fifty yard shot I knew it was a long shot but I didn't expect it was that far away these says she took cutter safety back in nineteen eighty one and had never hunted big game not even dear until getting drawn for this mistake I'd much rather go shopping than go out hunting so clearly so nearly forty years later it comes to fruition it did and it was fun it was really a lot of fun the center husband land farm your partial North Dakota he has been sending in for a moose steak for more than a decade and itself Denise said in for the past six years it now has the live with the consequences of bragging rights my brother law told me let you keep sending in for her if she's going to get it you're not dark already with right game and fish outreach biologist gray Gullikson says Bruce numbers of had a nice run in North Dakota for the past few decades we are up steadily over the last decade or more been increasing somewhere most numbers and we're finding on and all parts of the state were normally you wouldn't think is necessarily most country then says this phenomenon has been a welcome surprise as well the first Musset scene was like in nineteen ninety one one just come traipsing through and every what wow what's a moose and now you know you'll see in the summertime when we're out driving around we'll we'll see him if you drive around enough you'll find moves these gets legendary advice when we come back at Trinity health we're dedicated to helping people do more we're here with exceptional physicians and specialists committed to your wellbeing we deliver the latest advances in cancer heart with the Pedic neurosurgical.
"forty years later" Discussed on KTOK
"Senator Joseph Biden and using the problem he's been having around and made a speech and apparently he quoted eight by think was a British politician okay speech and kind of paraphrase it as his own and then the press got on him and then he was charged also with taking part of Bobby and by users not to worry reassured his staff he said we have nothing to fear but fear itself you remember this but he he was running for president caught plagiarizing a speech he at one point wrote a very touching apology which got printed I think in the New York times infinity plagiarized the apology I love your members twenty first was in politics he first term he talked about how he went to he was so proud he went to work every went to school on a full scholarship and he graduated top of his class well they found out he was like in ninety fifth place in his class he was at the bottom and he never got a full scholarship we just lying this is thirty years ago I see this is thirty five forty years we still lying here's a New York times this is how even the times is an op ed piece to New York times op ed piece about we got to get rid of them but it says it says they are not the resistance there not a cabal they are patriotic public servants okay for the first four years then go home look at this Chuck Schumer this is a you're not supposed to be there forty years later you can get rid of the guy who just gonna stay there till they're dead look at these eighty five year olds in office the gonna have to just take him out on stretchers it's awful they will just take a call or two let's go to who should we take let's go to Michigan and settled a Chris Chris welcome the Sean Hannity show thanks take my car call mark thank god you know it's so good to see that Romney being called by his real name appear to like golf but I think it's time that we call Adam ship why is middle name fallout Adam full shift this is a family show here be careful not like that show okay dead dog the as dirty banded Knowles growers and set a whistle blowers because all they do is lie lie lie it up a lot of people here in Michigan I'm speaking for the majority of the last presidential election we're all in on property and we're gonna be out and sell the drums where are you in Michigan grand rapids area okay now that's a good idea of which way Michigan's gonna go that's like a nice cross section so what what's the what do you think what do you hear from people in grand rapids well I think you've got a lot of conservative people out there that are quiet about it and they come all we we went to a couple of the crop rallies here when Adam and ders because of the movie album for for our president but it it can never be enough you know we gotta keep selling it with the competition we have with universities that constantly are trying to neutralize that that voice and build up there the left wing agenda saw all right well thanks for calling good call Chris you know you see these trump rallies he's hysterical he it's like going to a comedy because he's the funniest guy in the world he does he watch these rallies he does an hour and a half two hours without blinking your cities Biden rallies it's eighty people he does five minutes and even that's a struggle then you don't see him it's like Hillary he does a little speech then you don't see in Pretoria got to rest up I I mean I don't know what the Democrats are thinking with Biden and if I were them I'd cancel these debates these debates are looks like I've just one wacky character after another look at the Adams family when you watch in these debates and I don't know three or four these debates I don't know if this is helping the democratic because I just wouldn't do them if I were you just take them off feared to start them in January something so you've got all the a big primaries Iowa New Hampshire North Carolina early in the year once again if the impeachment is on if they vote impeachment it goes to the Senate senators are not allowed to campaign so if you have to you know one thing about Iowa New Hampshire these kind of primers you've got to be there you got to be there doing events town hall shaking hands if you can't be there you can't win six of the candidates are senators this with pull them off the campaign trail nobody's really taking a look at this in the the effect this will have on the election so again this could be a part of the strategy maybe Biden's behind this may be Hillary's behind this by does look a yeah he knows where he is right now so but maybe these big donors are behind this portion this is they want Bitner they want Hillary donors a love these two is they'll tell you you can wake him up in the middle of the night they'll do anything you want just keep writing the checks so.
"forty years later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Forty years later novelists Viet Cong win looks at how the movie Apocalypse Now shape the U. S. view of the Vietnamese we will be seen only as victims we would never get the opportunity to speak or to express our own histories our own ideas not even a glimpse of our humanity or our point of view was going to be shown in this movie that's next time on the takeaway a weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM this is fresh AIR my guest is Hannah shot she's known as kitten lady and her mission is rescuing kittens newborns typically born on the street and she also is an animal advocate she advocates for trapping neutering and returning cats so that the homeless cat population doesn't grow she has a new book called tiny but mighty can ladies guide to saving the most vulnerable felines so many the kittens that you bring to your nursery or flea infested how do you prevent your home from having a flea infestation problem and how do you prevent the other Kinsey rescuing from catching flees from the new kittens you know what you might be surprised I've actually never had a flea problem in my home ever because I am so hard core about making sure that these kittens when they come and that's one of the first things I do with them a lot of people don't realize that fleas you know they're a big deal on adult cats too but on a kitten fleas are actually you know they're they are sucking the blood out of a kitten and they don't have a lot of blood to spare so they can very easily succumb to any man and that means that when I get a kitten in the face one of the very first things I'm doing is checking them for fleas and immediately giving them a bath with warm water and you know baby baby shampoo so that I can get those fleas off of them so if a kitten has fleas and they're in my care they don't have fleas for long they can I get rid of them right away and any fleas that are left behind are they are dead I mean then you can calm the fleas out of the kitten and actually you comb fleas out of a kitten with a toothbrush well yeah you can use a flea comb but I also I I use a toothbrush a lot in my nursery for many different reasons you know one for grooming but also for comfort you know I'm talking a lot about simulating maternal behaviors for these kittens and mom cats you know they keep their kittens meticulously clean and they also comfort them through licking and so they have those know barbers tongues in a tooth brush is just about the right texture and size to help these kittens feel like they do have a mom who's licking them and comforting them and keeping them clean and being able to simulate those behaviors for the kittens helps them become you know better it grooming themselves and helps them feel you know well adjusted and cared for as the surrogate mother for the neonatal kittens that you adopt you have to feed feed them the really young ones have to feed them like every two hours so you have to set like your alarm in the middle of the night every two hours to get up and feed the really super young ones yeah I you know when I have a kitten who is zero to one week old those kittens really do need to be fed every two hours because their little bodies process everything so quickly and they need to grow at such a an exponential rate that they need to you know they do need to have small amounts of food every couple hours now they grow so quickly people always say kids they grow up so fast and I'm like no they don't they take a look here so gross kitten takes eight weeks so it does happen very quickly and two hours is only for the first week of life then it goes up from there to you know every three hours every four hours every five hours and so the gift that you get as you know taking care of these kittens as you get a little more rest a little more of a break each time but I have to say it's not that bad when you have a little life depending on you you're happy to wake up and give them the care they need and it only takes a few minutes every few hours is so make your home to well you know I air has a lot of people think you have to you know be working from home to be able to DO neonatal kittens and it's important for me to say like I have always had you know a full time job even when I got started I actually lived in Philadelphia and my first kittens that I had I was working in the Philadelphia school district I was working in the school system there and in the beginning I actually used to and you know don't tell mailbox I used to sneak my kittens hi is they are so they're so non intrusive and you might not think that but you know they sleep in a little you know they sleep in a bag for the first couple weeks of life you can have on a little kitten carrier under your desk you feed him every couple hours and so I did that eventually I you know spoke with my employers and got permission to take them with me and was able to show people you know Hey some people take a coffee break I take a kitten break and it doesn't have to be this you know intrusive distracting thing at work so and that is one thing but the other important thing for people to know is if you're interested in saving kittens and you can't take them with you to work you can still take care of kittens you can take care of wind kittens five five weeks plus those kittens can feed themselves you just you know open a can of food for them and you go about your day you go to work you you know go to sleep at night those kittens can feed themselves and you're just sort of monitoring and you know helping them socialize when when you are home or you can do you fostering with moms and their babies so there's a lot of mother cats who have their baby kittens and when they enter shelters they're also at risk because really these little babies they don't belong in animal shelters they belong in foster homes and so you can open your home to a mom cat and her babies and what happens is you take care of mom mom takes care of babies you get all of the fun of caring for neonatal kittens without having to you know wake up and you know bring them to work with you and such and it's really amazing to work with these non cats because they teach you so much to add some of my best mentors have been mom cats taking care of their babies so I can just learn from their observation how many adult cats do you have and how many kittens are you typically fostering at any one time so I my partner Andrew and I we have three cats of our own he brought one to our relationship and I brought my two girls Eloise in cocoa ands and so those are permanent residents we have three cats that permanently live with us who are our best friends in our family and then we have you know a revolving door of kittens and I you know I always prided myself on like flipping kittens like a used car salesmen like I get them out as soon as they are eight weeks they have an adapter set up and they get out there so that I can get more in so I have anywhere I have anywhere from you know five to twelve kittens at a time sometimes I think people expect your kitten lady you should have a hundred kids in your house but the reality is a big part of doing this work well is knowing your boundaries and knowing what you can do well so I am taking on kittens who are extremely vulnerable sometimes they have a you know a life threatening illness or they are in really critical condition and I want to be able to give them the attention that they deserve so that they have the best chance to survive so I'm five to twelve is my comfortable zone but everybody who fosters has to figure out what that is for them and even if you're somebody who you know you may be used just foster one litter of kittens every year with your family you say in the summer we foster one litter of kittens and that's what we do like that's enough whatever people can contribute is perfect for me you know I do a lot because I this is my whole world so five to twelve is my comfortable zone back and we have new kittens coming in all the time and we do you know raising quick got I'm homes quickly so that we can quickly go back out and save more because there are always more waiting to be saved my guest is Hannah Shaw A. K. A. kitten lady her new book about rescuing kittens is called tiny but mighty we'll talk more after a break we'll also hear an excerpt of my nineteen eighty eight interview with saxophonist and clarinetist Bob Wilber who died last week and TV critic David Bianculli will review the new anthology.
"forty years later" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"Second. Hey buddy. I love you and love your listeners. Welcome once again to super connectivity. I your host charlie charlie. The professor estrin with me as always is the lunatic behind the cape hellfire. Now fill fill the imperative. That's the one oh oh lilith lilith has to has to work league one of those things because you know she loves to sleep and drink yeah ah work to the woman works like a dog. I gotta say he works too much. The needs to relax a vacation not worry so much about it at all. I say that because i care i care i care but anyway. Let's talk about other stuff. Here's out of which the hellfire is not one because everyone cares so much for her. <hes> what i wanna talk about <hes>. Let's see here well since the end because that's the tradition and gonna make you get through the rest of this episode. They all got to go to the next now. Gonna make your way elemental eleven. I wanna talk about <hes> so just when they're doing it very quickly. They are wesley. Snipes has been cast as the villain in coming to america aw two in there so it's the same name as the original but now it's gonna to ranting yeah yeah so that sal you do that that does not work <hes> yeah and apparently he has like knee hunting leader. The neighboring country to mondo under the plotline is <hes> <hes> is going to be <hes> that there is this rivalry between their countries and there is apparently plotline where <hes> where eddie murphy is going to america to find his son <hes> <hes> very interesting stuff to say the least especially because you know it's the sequel what <hes> forty years later. It's been forty years since the eighties nineties no thirty thirty years so it's not that bad thirty some because what when did that come out probably what earlier mid eighties and this is why eighty two so yeah so it's getting maybe forty yeah. It's it's been a while but anyway anyway so so and what struck me as interesting about this is that you know there is going to be this this rivalry between these two to <hes> rulers the rule of the monday and the ruler of this other country play by wesley snipes. I'll which you know does have shades of wreck panther in it you have the idea of the heir to the throne being somewhere in america and having to go get him which again has some <hes> some shades of of of what we saw with kill monger and it just strikes me that this is this is a film that very much compared to black panther and how much much it does or does not rhyme with black panther is both going to be a credit to it and a curse to you know 'cause if here was oh. They're <unk> just doing black panther. They were gonna be down on that and oh. It's too much like black man. I think they're going to be down or why aren't they doing what they didn't panther. Which i thought was cool. You know it's it's an interesting economy but do you think i mean. There's going to be enough differences because you know it's gonna. It's gonna more comedy rock and have like the war fantastical elements vibe radio and we assume bs to me what might be interesting and again you also have the idea of the closed off kingdom you have you know <hes> stresses without stresses within because there are also maybe issues that that you know the mona has fallen on hard times things that may be the rulership of some. Maybe maybe eddie. Murphy has kind of spent them into a corner with this job. Happy now there was actually article and i can never find it again but it was like revisiting the muna twenty years later and it was you know about the horrors awesome devastation of the country you know everyone just just eat mcdonald's hamburgers all the time and nobody is healthy. It's <hes> so it's gonna be interesting to see how they do. <hes> <hes> you know <hes> i think johnny morris is still alive so he'll gets more kind of deal but he got me. I don't think you hold me back to so you got me excited cited for a second. I thought you were about to say wesley. Snipes is going to play the villain in blade in a new blade. Oh is he. I don't think now but i thought that's what i thought maybe saw something. I was like no no no <hes> that would be <hes> that would be darling duck but <hes> yeah i mean it would be it would be neat if they do use wesley snipes wesley snipes somewhere else in the marvel universe but for right now. You know i'm i'm. I'm happy that he's working and i'm happy that he's got the good bill enroll under his belt and <hes> you know hopefully he remembers the pay taxes time so sorry wesley <hes> yes <hes> was on the list this week. <hes> i know we had <hes> we had halle halle yeah kellyann well and the finale of agents of shield season flex yeah so season sorry. The seasons seven is coming and final season so they say they said they yeah they have set before you know <hes> and we have we have just wrapped up the found season so it's all in the can dan now many everything that they know they know and has been known in. We're dealing with time travel. Also we can deal with anything we literally do anything in the five years now so we may mention this yes no and then they shut that thing although as i said in another <hes> episode of that you know i wonder if they how much of a time jump they gave us because they say it was one year but actually think it might have been fine but because they do mentioned what you know what <hes> what <hes> sky had been through in the last five years we will like in that season six premiere. I just wondered didn't they show us a scene in the beginning of the first episode of that that they say one year later just sent one year after that scene you know so that beginning eating scene was four years after the snap than they did exactly exactly yeah exactly so we're exactly where we find ourselves. It is it's open open. It's up for debate but anyway but <hes> as it stands. We're going back in time. <hes> we go to what is apparently the nineteen thirties. He's because we see that the empire state building is still under construction however we also have a time machine so where we go in the past and where we go next is completely up. We may have stopped in the thirties like i said to do the way before the caps are but i don't think we're staying being in the thirty s. I think we're gonna be all of the time. I wonder if we are going to run into king or remedy. That would be a great introduce him or the time variance authority. What do you think they would want to enter. What do you think they went to entities. I mean can do time. They aren't authority but you think they would want to introduce carrying on t._v. Before they do the movies they might you i know i think that we're going to get a lot more. Connections is what i've been thinking. I do think that especially since you know we are getting highly at well back in this we <unk> had established that jarvis was the jarvis from the peggy carter series showed up in a you know <hes> that these connections actions are being played out they are and they're not going to be afraid of those connections. You know i think their biggest problem has always been time and timing but now they have a time machine so this can all take wherever the heck they wanted to <hes> now. It'll be interesting to see how they handle. The time travel rules that have been established and the the big question is going to be are they going to touch on cap and peggy because they can create and this is this idea they can create an argument where you can go back in time but not create an alternate timeline because you don't alter the timeline significantly leonov and this was something that they did in fantastic four once where they <hes> where they basically say there's there's the quantum you a dingell hafer that will tell us which we've not enough quantum's out of their quantum zones and now it's time line if we can just keep it within the distortion distortion we moved back in time we won't be affecting the future so <hes> that is the theory that doom has one in read has one anyone else you do. You don't get those but but you know but usually it's just going back in time it screws up the family unless you're unless you read richard your doctor doom room and other stories like i wouldn't mind seeing the time variance authority. Basically you know have like an anti. She'll you know a group against shield this. You know he's seasons now. That's why i mean fourth. I thought that's what the hunters were supposed to be because you had this whole thing about. Neo fits is supposed to be dead. He's an anomaly we have to remove it because he's existing in two places at once but once they create the time machine you know now they can do what they what did you put it at the same time. They're also not just as example sending the crown hands back in time to their home so they can save it. You know because maybe we that will cause an oath. <hes> you know i know you haven't been watching it but <hes> you might wanna watch <hes> monday's going to be the not only the season three finale but this the series finale of legion and been heavily with time travel this season he found the mutant time traveler to like take them back in time and you know he's trying right like you know. Stop the shadow king the shadow aikman messing with them since like he's been a baby and stuff but like it. It's very interesting because like this this young girl who's like like a time traveler like when she oh she she can open doors and time and like when she travels through time. It looks like a hallway lake. She wants down the hallway. You know give her like you know one year to ease too but yeah and then there's like these shadowy. I don't know if you if you if you try to go back in time and you try to mess with stuff these like little shadowy <unk> almost demon <unk>. Come out you that it is interesting i haven't i haven't been watching legion. Legion is one of these things it's like. It's like the agency battling book. I would love to watch it. I would love to read that book but you know at a certain and that isn't even the money issue. It's just the time because honestly this was the first week. I actually had my comic books before we got to record. Wow oh yes again recording on a saturday and it was his own. You have more time than everybody else but that was unemployed and not that anymore but yeah by the next extra day man because i didn't even pick up my books until thursday and you know not on the bus anymore so i have to read them. When i'm not driving inches let's let's punch <hes> and yeah but i got to all my books including a viral mississippi dark and you know she gets out of hell. L. and we find out her guide. What does that number eight. That was number eight. Her guide was divine all along yes so that was lovely and if ended that she was the one who pushed herself into the conference at the time so it's all really fun <hes> <hes> yeah i mean i really i love. I love vira. I love everything about the character. I love the way that they play with her. And of course you get the big reveal the that essentially you know the denizens of hell are the ones who built it not the devil. It's like everyone just makes their own their own hell and that's why no one ever thinks to drive off the eternal.
"forty years later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"John forty years later to express his gratitude no Peter had been convicted in a Crown Court or possession of cannabis in Peter's case the recommendation was that he be given two hundred hours community service which possibly the was the equivalent of nine to twelve months in prison yes later and I had an email from pizza and Peter said I'm not a **** but for the last thirty five years I've been working in a residential unit for troubled adolescence and I just want you to know that that constructively experience stayed with me for a long time certainly not every case ended well re offending rates was still quite high but was substantially lower than those who've been in prison community service was rolled out across the country and soon other countries followed suit in terms well re conviction figures both the men and women we had more lasting effects in terms of staying out of trouble then those people would be in it to prison and didn't have the benefit to community service order and was about the third of the cost of prison we had lots of visitors from overseas countries wanting to study our legislation we became the could most copy piece of legislation in the western world I within a decade the United States had introduced some form of community service so had most them and main European countries and SO two in Thailand Japan Auster lazy Singapore community services there and yet despite such reforms despite the designed to reduce the prison population in the U. K. at least the number of people in prison has continued to grow particularly over the last twenty five years and now the prison population is actually double that of the nineteen seventies I think these days we have a populist approach crime.
"forty years later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Sean Cole in for IRA glass, today's show seeing yourself in the wild stories of people who get to get to reluctantly decided to come face to face with an unedited version of who they are. And what they do with that information. And I am now delighted to bring you act two of our show act too distant replay. So this stories about a man who's been reliving this one moment from his life, over and over again. He remembers every last detail of how it felt how it changed his life. And then forty years later someone shows up with a recording of that thing. Emmanuel Barry explains. The man is my dad and the thing he cannot let go of is a high school basketball game from nineteen seventy eight. I found out about the game when I was a kid, my mom had saved this old newspaper clipping. Or maybe it was a yearbook but either way, there's this picture of my dad on a basketball court. And when I brought it to her, she told me not to ask my dad about it. And so I never brought it up. But it bugged me because basketball is the one thing, my dad, and I share. Of my four siblings. I'm the only one who fell for the game like my dad, I love being on the court. The sound of squeaking shoes. Creaking floors, the way the entire space, the gym would vibrate. The way my body would twist and turn and pivot to the basket. I loved basketball, but I also love the attention. My dad gave me because of in the car after games. We'd annoy the hell out of the rest of my family by dissecting my every move figuring out what I could improve on what I did. Well, it was like we were speaking our own language, together, we laid out big dreams for my future club. Teams high school star college the WNBA, but when I got to high school, I cared less about the game are post game talk, stop feeling like conversations and started sounding like lectures, I started to dread the car rides home and there's one ride for my junior year of high school, but I still think about all the time. I was walking to my dad's car after the game. And as soon as I closed the door it started. Why didn't you do this you need to do this? How could you do this as I listened to the steady rhythm of my dad's? Critique, I realize these lectures weren't about me or what I wanted. They were about him. So I did something I'd never done before shut the up. I shouted. He's taken aback for a moment. And then Stony silence waiting for an.
"forty years later" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I just like to thank you for kindly coming here. I most poorly for their credible and work that you do your credit perseverance and courage in the face of of what you face, and you all please join me in thanking Bill Browder. Thank you. Took place on February fourth of this year hosted by the World Affairs Council of greater Houston. The moderator was their programs director Ronin Malley Bill broder is the author of red notice a true story of high finance murder and one man's fight for Justice. You're listening to C span radio. It's hard to believe that it's been forty years since creation of C span. And I just want to take a couple of seconds here. The thanks a lot of people for how we got here. Forty years later start with the viewers who grabbed onto this concept from the very beginning. And popularize it over the last forty years by spending time watching their government make laws discuss issues, and frankly gives us an opportunity to find out how interested Americans are. In civic affairs. Secondly, needed thank the congress because forty years ago, the congress opened up the house of representatives to televisions for the first time in history. And because of that we were able to put together over the years and evolving concept called C span. Third and probably most important because we wouldn't be here without private industry in the name of the cable television, business and executives who were creating cable television systems back in the years. And we started for saying it's time to do something other than movies in sports. And that's how C-SPAN was created. There's no federal money in this network. Are these networks that we have there never will be the idea is that private industry was creating a public affairs network for the people that are subscribers to their systems, and those individuals stop long enough and are busy schedules. That say, let's try something unique and different and something that doesn't make money for us. But just provides service to our viewers and people around the world now that want to see the American government operates. So thanks to our viewers..
"forty years later" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Is a different man forty years later. Fox's Evan Brown. This is Fox News. Coming up on the Thursday edition of just Andrew SAM's top five at six twenty. Plus, we'll talk with the national chair of the libertarian party about ballot access reform here in Minnesota. Also in the eight o'clock hour, the impact marijuana legalization might have on your workplace Justice and drew live and local six to nine. Twincities NewsTalk AM eleven thirty and one zero three five FM. Toward the end of the president's state of the union address last night. I got a message from a golfing buddy of mine, and the message was very short and succinct. You said well, you explain to me how can anybody watching this not feel good about what he's saying? He's basically saying that life is good at America. And that the potential. Is even greater what in the world. Is there not to feel good about exactly? You realize a lot of people watching that last night were made angry enraged, but literally over what we what after all was offensive last night. Trump did not get partisan other than attacking socialism and promising it would never happen here. He he didn't he didn't. He didn't really go into a. Confrontational partisan mode last night. Spelled out the greatness of America. But it goes back to what I told you folks, this why so many people literally candidates stand it. Because to so many Democrats today American greatness, simply means white people having all the power staying in power and being able to mistreat anybody don't like. And deny anybody. They don't why. That's that's the picture Trump painted last night to them. It's perverse. It's perverted. It's nonsensical. It is. Inaccurate not supported by any evidence. And yet they believe it with all their hearts, whatever they believe things with. How could you not feel good about the picture painted of America about our potential particularly coming after the eight years of Obama where we were told the exact opposite? We're told that a declining economy was the norm and that we had to adjust to it. We had to adapt to the fact that America's best days were finally behind it. Lot of people just ate that up. Man. That's really again, it it goes it goes back to something. That's not very complicated. You talk about the greatness of America. You talk about all the potential you talk about the opportunity just waiting if you have made yourself a victim already. Then none.
"forty years later" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My summer job into a Roth IRA in forty years later. It's worth a, you know, big number. It was all exciting told me dad, I'm going to be a millionaire someday. I'd like to continue you know, that thirst for knowledge, but didn't find anything more at the local library for him to read. However, I would also like him to learn more about life's general financial realities things such as various Bank account savings checking credit unions, how to balance a checkbook various kinds of insurance credit cards in credit card debt, and then just also investing for the future. So I'm wondering what books or digital media would be available for his you know, that would be age appropriate for him. I'd also like a workbook or software to go along with it. So it can provide like hypothetical examples for him to work through there. Anything out there like that? I'll Kirk I'm going to give you the applause. So engaged and so focused on financial education for your kids. You know, we lament in this country that there is a substantial amount of financial illiteracy parents seem to be talking to the kids about everything these days religion politics drugs sex, but they're not talking about money. So I'm really glad that you are. And because we have so many Americans growing up financially illiterate, they're not taught any this and K through twelve they aren't getting any college classes on it in their employers are certainly not telling much about money. So I'm really glad you're getting your kids off on the right foot. I'm going to give you two answers. I is my first book the truth about money that book is considered a classic in the field of.
"forty years later" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"He looks good. What forty years later three years health? Thirty years. All right. He looks. He looks great. But more importantly, I think he he carries himself in a manner that I feel like win the game because it's an adult manner where he he looks like somebody in the room who's not gonna you know, try with some of the shenanigans that are going on in the big brother house. He seems funny enough to carry a jury vote, and he seems like somebody that people could respect any also seems like knows what he's doing. He seems like he's there to win. I worry that maybe he's a little too smart for this crowd. But if he's not I would watch out he seems very very reserved. I I like that going into the house that he is, you know, it's a I think a com energy going to. I just can't get out of my mind that he did the celebrity apprentice. And I felt like that he wasn't really trying. It's one thing to be sort of calm. But I think it also can feel like that, you know, he's not really there to win. I don't know if it's going like. Could help them in big brother where it's like, hey, he's not trying that hard, but I can't help but feel like that will be like a routing for him to win a cop at some point. And he's not going to even try. I mean, I had a lot of reservations about Tom based on his story about being on the celebrity apprentice, it seemed like he he is the kind of guy that doesn't really get along with your typical celebrity cast of a reality television show. He's kind of more normal than that. If that makes sense, he he even mentioned it in the interview. And that's why I sort of turned around on Tom is because he seems to be very aware of all of the false that I was intimidating in seeing when he went on the show he talked about how he kind of stood apart from the rest of the cast on celebrity apprentice where he was kind of making fun of them and making jokes to the camera. But even if he's trying to make an active effort to not do that it's harder to see him integrated with the rest of the cast as much as a lot of the other people. He just has a different kind of personality. He's a bit of a troll. He's a comedian. He's kind of nerdy. So that doesn't really match well with all these big jacked athletes celebrities perso-. Finalities?.
"forty years later" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Financially independent of that 4._0._1._K. That's losing money. You know year after year, they're like, oh, I lost this amount of mine money. I'm like, okay. That's insanity. Time to change it up. They're like, okay. Let's do it. That is the truth. I I'm an IRA that I keep one IRA that I put put into place when I was like eighteen years old first job, whatever my dad convinced me that I needed to have an IRA. And so I think the maximum of two thousand and put it in there. And we're we're now like forty years later, whatever it is sixty to back up twenty years. Forty two years ago. And. At this time. It's gone up. You know, like two thousand I put it into houses worth five hundred thousand this two thousand I put it there is worth about, you know, thirty six thousand at the beginning of the year. It gone from thirty six to forty four thousand I go. Wow. That actually the stock market is going up. I guess I got the end of the year state Patricia was lower than it was last year and people just don't realize that they're looking at some numbers on a piece of paper. They can go anywhere mean. Absolutely nothing. And absolutely could not retire. You just will not cannot happen. No matter what. Now, obviously saving money any kind in any device. She put it into it's going to be better than not saving money, but having that money out there working, and I think that when your sisters, you know, make some money and become successful. I think you're gonna get some real secondary benefit from that, you know, your your pride in the amount that you're gonna have to know that you helped other people I feel it's to me. I get more joy out of watching other people succeed that out of mine, I make money, and I'm happy that I made money on my deal. But to hear you tell your story of the five hundred thousand I mean, Melissa came running to me screaming. Oh my God. This is unbelievable. Blah, blah, blah. And yeah, she's really happy. You got your daughter in there to this is something that she she's really excited about so. Yeah, we we get happy for other people, you know, more. And I think you'll find to be the same way, especially after you get out there, and you start someone, you know, you bring them in for the first time in the first free workshop, then they're yours for.