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"france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Bitcoin payments to key figures in the all right movement before the riot by a French national Homeland Security officials say Russian, Iranian and Chinese influencers are trying to push their narratives during the presidential transition. Man is in custody after attempting to pass a security checkpoint with an unauthorized inauguration Credential. U S Capitol police couldn't find Wesley dealer's name on their list and searched his truck. Finding an unregistered handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition. This arrest just half a mile from the Capitol grounds comes his police are bracing for potential violence in the days leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Meanwhile, vice President Mike Pence is reflecting on the past four years as he spoke to members of the military after traveling across this country over the past four years, I promise you American people, arm or grateful for your service than you will ever know that Spence visiting a naval air station in California, Powerball. The numbers for Saturday's drawing worth $640 million are 14 2039 65 67 Powerball of two. Didn't win Tuesday's mega millions. Jackpot is an estimated $850 million. I'm Bill Trapero. Freshman Republican congresswoman is seeing her communications director resigned less than a month on the job. Ben Goldie drops in his letter of resignation on January 6th after the way, representative Lauren Bo Bart reacted to the siege on the capital. Waited until Friday to formally resigned so he could meet with the congresswoman face to face. Bo Bart is one of the Republicans who voted against the counting of electoral college votes for President elect Joe Biden. Security measures in Washington, D C include shuttering the city's iconic landmarks ahead of the button inauguration yesterday. The National Park Service amounts landmarks such as those that are part of the National Mall, like the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial are closing now through at least Thursday. Several interstate bridges connecting traffic from Northern Virginia to Washington, D. C will also be closed. Ah French news agency is reporting the death of Baron Benjamin de Rothschild. Lisa Taylor has more. The report by agents. France Presse sites, family members confirmation of the international bankers Death Friday from a heart attack, the private banking and investment group based in Geneva over which he presided is valued at around $200 billion. He died at age 57 at the family home in Switzerland. Services will remain private. Two best friends and Davenport, Iowa, are expanding their dry bar idea. From Davenport and Iowa City. There are hoping to provide a space to those who love nightlife. But don't drink me personally. I know that a place like this would have been maybe God sent for me because I struggled for a lot of years that I feel like maybe weren't necessary were kind of hoping that we could be a spot like that, Shawn, tell Smith operations director Ed Unimpaired. Smith and her best friend Amber Haynes, opened the original spot last September. They say they're hoping to open their Iowa City location in the spring. Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista is offering a $20,000.

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"france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm just wondering you met with the president last month did you have any advice for him when it came to this and did you expressed some concerns about potential volatility in the impact of the economy on given all this you know I but I'm gonna stick with my and my **** predecessors long time practice of not discussing private meetings with elected officials or other officials real I thank you thank you using the multi was Agence France Presse yesterday democratic leaders in the house have launched an impeachment process against the president have you mention these developments within the committee yes put today as potentially presenting some risk for their confidence in the economy no we're not we we don't consider things like that like the Mike to reductions whose wires does the fed stoplight still serve a useful communications purpose or do you feel that it might be time to retire or change in some fashion please I think properly understood it can be useful but that's been a challenge a nice I think properly understood to me means looking at what it is and and not of what it isn't and what it is is it's an expression of the thinking about individual committee members about appropriate monetary policy in the path of the economy remember that we write all that down and we we send it in and it gets compiled but we don't discuss at the meeting and we don't negotiate a play there is no there's no agreement there's no plan I think particularly at inflection points it's hard to convey the reality which is that policy is always going to depend on the economic outlook and changes in the economic outlook and when economic outlook is changing the dots are just not a consideration we're gonna do what we think is the right thing for the economy if the fact dots that we did six months ago or three months ago don't agree with that that's not even in the conversation so it's more but it can be useful if and I think but as I said it's been a challenge and so I I do I do like to say if you focus too much on the dots you can you can miss the broader picture right background from marketwatch chairman Tom many people seem worried that the four framework that you guys are working on it is going to be the results are going to be less rather than more and I people keep coming back and saying why asking why you took off like a four percent inflation rate off the table even when it started I mean as you said if going around the country for other listen events at I don't think I heard anybody's worry about a four percent inflation rate or think that higher inflation rate was going to be a problem so where does that concern come from is it members of Congress that have have said this no Tony say were were wrong good working on this all year and we're just at the stage where we've had a really interesting discussion about the various tools that we have at the October meeting at this meeting we talked about the wave monetary policy affects different groups in the economy so we had it we we talked about the fed listens events and and some very interesting research so but we're just getting to the stage where we're looking at conclusions you know what we take away from all this and those things many of those things would wind up as as changes if you will modifications to the statement of a longer run goals monetary policy strategy I think that process will take until the middle of the year were but we want to we want to approach it very thoroughly in very carefully and that is in effect that is our framework document and I wouldn't pre judge no known if I'm I believe we will be able to to reach a successful conclusion and and make meaningful improvements I do in terms of four percent so that's that yeah I think it's premature for people to be saying that this isn't going anywhere you know and if you define going anywhere as a four percent inflation target when we talk about the the four percent inflation target so I'll go back to the point that just saying words is not itself credible so I think if you if you said were raising inflation target to four what would be the effect of that rewards the credibility and that really you you you haven't been able to get it to to so I think we I think you need to lower your cycle but I also think is four percent but you have to ask the question is that really you know price stability is that really price stability is that in that with our legal mandate I mean I think it's a it's a fair question so I you know well I think I'd I'd like for this review to come out with it with a very positive positive result you know with meaningful improvements it doesn't mean it has to solve every problem going forward we we want we want to have this be a successful exercise where we meaningfully improve our monetary policy framework these things don't tend to move in in you know in all the allergy way they tend to evolve but I think and if we do this then in a few years again and again things like that then we can get them Lisa moving in a good direction I think we will be I'm I'm comfortable tell me what the LA times if it is here and I'm wondering as you look back what things you might have done differently and is there any lessons that that you would take into next year well you know how to say might might total focuses on right now and getting policy right and and thinking about next year you know thinking about what's the economy going to be doing I like where we on policy as I mentioned I think or by policy stance is appropriate and likely to remain so long as the outlook is probably like this you know I mean it's it's of this too long of a question that you know I I I don't know how to how to get after that there's there's a lot of learning that comes into if from the economy every year and in the way we do our jobs and you know we're always gonna be trying to learn lessons on it are there any particular surprises that whether it's the economy or how markets or financial well I so yeah I did I didn't obviously you know I didn't see it I don't think anybody saw coming the the challenges that we face this year I think they were a surprise I think the the toward the end of two thousand and and and eighteen there were still since the economy was growing at around three percent and I didn't didn't expect the the to face the challenges but I think we we I think we did face them and I think we I I'm pleased that we would move to support the economy in the way that we did I think our moves will we'll prove appropriate and again I I I think both the economy and monetary policy right now I think we're in a good place Nancy Nancy Marshall cancer for market place Paul why aren't we seeing stronger wage gains wages are growing more slowly now than they were toward the beginning of the year why is that well wage gains have moved up a bit if you look back three four years you'll see wages are going around two percent now you see them moving up you know more three three and a half percent so why are the growing tired of it at a faster rate it's a couple of things I think their range of explanations principle one would be that productivity has just been low so what wages should go up to cover inflation and productivity productivity has been hello and that that is very likely be holding back wages I also think there are there other possible a potential explanations such as you know globalization can be can be the idea that you can make manufacturer or even provide services anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world I think that hangs over the wage setting process and everywhere pretty much you don't see it there there isn't the kind of traction in in the wage market that even in a in a tight labor market another thing is though that the labor market may not be as tight as we had thought it was and you know that I think they're they're they're many many possible explanations I will say though if you look look for example at non supervisory employees at the end in the in the labor report their their wages going up three point seven percent and so you do you do see and and wages are going up the most for people at the lower end of the of the that's been true for the last couple years lower in the weight spectrum so you do see which is moving up it's just they're not moving up at at very high rates and again at the end of the day that probably has most to do with productivity yeah just as far as the market not being as tight as she thought are you saying they're still more people on the sidelines who could join the labor force yes I I would also say that we if you ask people and we did ask people what do you think the natural unemployment as people writing down numbers in the fives and the rain the numbers on the force and now unemployment spin in the threes for a year and a half and we still see wage inflation as you mentioned the level of wage inflation is actually moved down although there may be compositional effects and that number that maybe that maybe to some extent about younger workers coming in at lower wages that that retired workers but you you wouldn't that shouldn't have much of an effect actually so why is it may it may just be that that there's more slack in the economy and and I think we are seeing that we're seeing it really it showed up through higher participation for many years we thought that there's a trend decline in participation not withstanding that again against that trend we've seen prime age participation moving up pretty steadily over the last two or three years and that's a very positive thing but it does sort of provide more labor supply meeting a less tight labor market and hi paneling with American banker thanks for being here today I just wanted to ask about the community reinvestment act since the FDIC in OCC may potentially joined together with a for a proposal without the fat are you concerned that this might cause confusion and how with the mechanics work if this proposal is finalized without the fan so one in a week we think the C. R. A. we know this area is a very important law and we're strongly committed to the mission of insuring that banks provide credit to their to their throughout their communities particularly addressing the needs of low and moderate income households and neighborhoods we also think it's time for modernization we thought that for some time and we worked we worked very hard to try to get aligned with with UCC really on on a proposal and my hope is that we can still do that you know I don't know whether they'll be possible or not it we'll have to we'll just have to see but and if we can if we can't I don't I don't not sure with the pass for would be we would certainly not want to create confusion or you know a sort of tension between the regime's if they if they don't do turn out to be slightly differently games so that's something we I hope we don't have to face but we will if we have to right Brian Cheung with Yahoo finance so before the July meeting you said something that kind of colorfully said to call something high you would need to see some heat referring to the labor market so we spent a bit I guess on Nancy's question seems like the wage filter responded pretty well export already but what would you need to see to to call the labor market hot in that case would be a contract rather a some sort of change in either the headline number of games or in the unemployment rate early wages I mean we there's so many other measures that suggest that the labor market is I like this a live market is strong I don't really want to say that it's tight some someone asked me a question a hot labor market that was in the Humphrey Hawkins hearings is so I'll say that really work is strong I don't know that it's tight because you're not seeing wage increases you know ultimately if it's tight those should be review should be reflected in higher wage increases so does come down to that you know right there we look at countless measures of of labor market here labor utilization and and they're so many it it's too many to count but the one that has that is kind of suggesting that year it's a healthy number that you know the sort of three point one percent average hourly earnings numbers a decent number three point seven percent for production supervisor workers is more healthy ultimately though we'd like to see to call it hot you'd want to see he would want to see you know higher wages thanks and that was fed chairman Jay Powell concluding his news conference the final one of twenty eight twenty nineteen twenty nineteen this is the fight decides on Bloomberg television and radio I'm Starland alongside Jason Kelly and Carol Nasser the highlights from the federal reserve chairman's news conference he was a fairly dovish tone here you make clear that the fed will not raise rates until inflation is at two percent or higher in fact he said some participants penciled in inflation overshoots in their outlooks as well and in response to Michael McKee's question he indicated that there is flexibility on plans to widen expand the.

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"france presse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Money I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life. morning show with Brian says with NTT green on talk radio five sixty KSFO all right I got to point out I was wrong I was wrong I tell you AFP is not Aftenposten. AFP is agency France Presse okay both foreign news agencies but I just want to point that out for media matters goes and put something on their files and he was so wrong. well look at you being all thorough well I. a point that out I always want to make sure that I'm giving proper information here yeah otherwise yeah they will media matters earlier I have a couple of a couple of those in their brains got a stack so thick. media matters of course. mind that the one they have on me that I've read please stack I think it's still in there is I was. talk I was a hosting a nationally syndicated talk show it's still longer and his ex in existence and I was mentioning is right after hurricane Katrina. and I was talking about the people who stayed behind after when hurricane Katrina hit afterwards even though they were told to evacuate knuckle to knuckle heads. media matters did like that so they put a big thing he called them knuckle heads wow you really really scared that I now how about that Hey I see double toothpicks darn. yeah Jeez. I'm sorry Katie you're going to say no I was just gonna ask you a question yes in honor of today. yes why can't you trust tacos. I don't know they tend to spill the beans ouch. it is national taco day let's get on that as I said the top holy guacamole everybody. if you go to Jack in the box today. and the center for the Jack in the box he club you'll get set up with two free tacos when you make a purchase on taco day nice can you really call those tacos. now I don't know what their of their good they are yes but they are for you but they're good yeah I don't want to see the ingredients list you know have you tried to tried to Burger King Taco. know that I have an observation about all these things will get well I will get to that because you think you think about the Burger King Burger King as tacos we have. Pizza Hut making cheese it route ravioli pizzas yes we have mac Donald's doing the impossible burger and we have KFC going chicken let's check in yeah the impossible chicken all this started happening after they legalized marijuana. they got the munchies. they're all just stoned and coming up with these ideas. cable at some tacos. I drove past a local Burger King the other day and and Burger King tacos are. dollar piece. you know like I think Jack in the box exactly back still too for a Buck I believe so yeah burger kings or one for a Buck okay and the sign in the Burger King as I drove by says six tacos for six dollars. what really and again for the people who were stoned I think they meant to put five dollars but they put six black well. they're smoking. all rights a taco John's today you have a taco John's near you in with people all over the country listening to us all over the world basically this is still the most stream local morning show in the U. S.. is that true absolutely all right okay so you go past your local taco John's I get a free crispy beef taco reviews the taco John's reward at taco John's by the way the owner of the copyright of the phrase taco Tuesday. Rubio's coastal grill by a beverage you getting any talk on the menu for free okay yeah contato tacos and again some of these places I'm not familiar with but people across the country probably now get a free taco with any purchase to celebrate this glorious. national taco day one who fish tacos buy one get one taco time.

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"france presse" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The greater your brain cells work your listening to. testers the last in the fall of the program. he called this. we promise we'll get it to market three forty four PM eastern time we pre taped the show before the close of the market will happen for you in a minute but where nineteen eighty eight because guess what. the scientists. how to pivot. we got some hot summers. go figure was hot this summer so all of a sudden we're now being told in eighty eight prepare for a long hot summers. the level of the oceans will now rise anywhere from one to six feet. said the scientist. a NASA scientist. yeah. in nineteen eighty eight we were told. this is coming from. the agency France Presse. that the meld team is on the mound dives those beautiful places where they built all kinds of hotels going to be on the water. they're not on the water. but I got to go to the. the AP. because in nineteen eighty nine our United Nations. and I'm just quoting them. I can quote the United Nations their environmental project campsite. the United Nations and I quote says. this is an eighty nine rising seas will obliterate nations by the year two thousand. these are.

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"france presse" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"John the integrator your brain cells working you are listening to. testers the last the end of quality programming. it doesn't get better than this. we promise we'll get it to market three forty four PM eastern time we pre taped the show before the close of the market will happen for you in a minute but where nineteen eighty eight because guess what. the scientists. how to pivot. we got some hot summers. go figure was hot this summer so all of a sudden we're now being told in eighty eight prepare for a long hot summers. the level of the oceans will now rise anywhere from one to six feet. said the scientist. a NASA scientist. yeah. in nineteen eighty eight we were told. this is coming from. the agency France Presse. that the meld team is on the mound dives those beautiful places where they built all kinds of hotels going to be on the water. then out of the water. but I got to go to. the AP. because in nineteen eighty nine our United Nations. and I'm just quoting them. I can quote the United Nations their environmental project campsite. the United Nations and I quote says. this is an eighty nine rising seas will obliterate nations by the year two thousand. these are.

United Nations United Nations. NASA scientist. France Presse. six feet
"france presse" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You've heard of this one. the guardian. January twenty nine nineteen seventy four. another ice age question mark. time magazine June twenty four nineteen seventy four ozone depletion a great peril to life. hasn't happened. nineteen seventy six the cooling. from NASA. nineteen eighty acid rain kills life from lake source New York times book review July eighteen nineteen seventy six didn't happen. Noblesville ledger April nine nineteen eighty. acid rain kills I said that nineteen seventy eight no site in end to thirty year cooling trend Associated Press September sixth nineteen ninety. then we continue. just looking at the list and so damned one here. but according to NASA satellite data there's slight warming trend since nineteen seventy nine source. Dr rice Spencer dot com. nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen forecast increase regional drought nineteen nineties he's one of the top NASA scientists. but the last really dry here in the Midwest was nineteen eighty eight recent years have been record with. Washington DC days over ninety degrees from thirty five to eighty five. but the number of hot days in Washington every peaked in nineteen eleven and they've been declining ever since real climate science dot com. nineteen eighty eight Maldives completely under water in thirty years. source. agency France Presse nineteen eighty eight well obviously it's not. nineteen eighty nine rising seas to obliterate nations by two thousand. the Associated Press June thirty nineteen eighty nine. New York city's west side highway under water by twenty nineteen. these are all news outlets so we'll just continue with the titles. nineteen ninety five to present climate model failure C. I. poinsettia. March twenty two thousand are an appointment the independent children won't know what snow is. the guardian December twenty three two thousand two famine in ten years. well I was seventeen years ago. the guardian February twenty one two thousand for Britain to have side viewing climate by twenty twenty. of course they're going to be he waves as we now. so seated press June twenty four two thousand eight arctic will be ice free by twenty eighteen. it's not as free. two thousand eight Al Gore warns of ice free arctic by twenty thirteen but it's still there. two thousand nine prince Charles says only eight years to save the planet the independent. well. ten years later. two thousand nine UK prime minister says fifty days to save the planet from catastrophe that was the independent October twenty two thousand nine. again arctic ice free by twenty fourteen U. S. A. today December fourteenth two thousand nine it's not ice free. the guardian July twenty four twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty fifteen. they never ends does it. twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty sixteen so it's by twenty fourteen by twenty fifteen by twenty sixteen this is the guardian twenty thirteen and obviously it's not. only five hundred days before climate chaos twenty fourteen the Washington examiner. all yes. and yet we have climate changes the.

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"france presse" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Four you've heard of this one. January twenty nine nineteen seventy four. another ice age question mark. time magazine June twenty four nineteen seventy four ozone depletion a great peril to life. hasn't happened. nineteen seventy six the cooling. from NASA. nineteen eighty acid rain kills life from lake source New York times book review July eighteen nineteen seventy six didn't happen. Noblesville ledger April nine nineteen eighty. acid rain kills I said that all right. nineteen seventy eight no side and end to thirty year cooling trend Associated Press September sixth nineteen ninety. then we continue. just looking at the list of so damn long here. but according to NASA satellite data there's slight warming trend since nineteen seventy nine source. Dr rice Spencer dot com. nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen forecast increase regional drown nineteen nineties he's one of the top NASA scientists. but the last really dry here in the Midwest was nineteen eighty eight recent years have been record wet. Washington DC days over ninety degrees from thirty five to eighty five. but the number of hot days in Washington a repeat in nineteen eleven and they've been declining ever since real climate science dot com. nineteen eighty eight Maldives completely under water in thirty years. source. agency France Presse nineteen eighty eight well obviously it's not. nineteen eighty nine rising seas to obliterate nations by two thousand. the Associated Press June thirty nineteen eighty nine. New York city's west side highway under water by twenty nineteen. these are all news outlets so we'll just continue with the titles. nineteen ninety five to present climate model failure C. I. poinsettia. March twenty two thousand all right I'll point them at the independent children won't know what snow is. the guardian December twenty three two thousand two famine in ten years. while I was seventeen years ago. the guardian February twenty one two thousand for Britain to have side viewing climate by twenty twenty. now of course they're going to be he waves as we now. so she had a press June twenty four two thousand eight R. take will be ice free by twenty eighteen. it's not as free. two thousand eight Al Gore warns of ice free arctic by twenty thirteen but it's still there. two thousand nine prince Charles has only eight years to save the planet the independent. well. ten years later. two thousand nine UK prime minister says fifty days to save the planet from catastrophe that was the independent October twenty two thousand nine. again arctic ice free by twenty fourteen U. S. A. today December fourteenth two thousand nine it's not ice free. the guardian July twenty four twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty fifteen. they never ends does it. twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty sixteen so it's by twenty fourteen by twenty fifteen by twenty sixteen this is the guardian twenty thirteen and obviously it's not. only five hundred days before climate chaos twenty fourteen the Washington examiner. all yes. and yet we have climate changes the.

NASA. NASA Washington New York times New York Dr rice Spencer James Hansen Al Gore Midwest France Presse prime minister Maldives Britain prince Charles UK ten years five hundred days seventeen years
"france presse" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on KTRH

"You've heard of this one. the guardian. January twenty nine nineteen seventy four. another ice age question mark. time magazine June twenty four nineteen seventy four ozone depletion a great peril to life. hasn't happened. nineteen seventy six the cooling. from NASA. nineteen eighty acid rain kills life from lake source New York times book review July eighteen nineteen seventy six didn't happen. Noblesville ledger April nine nineteen eighty. acid rain kills I said that all right. nineteen seventy eight no site in end to thirty year cooling trend Associated Press September sixth nineteen ninety. then we continue. just looking at the listed so damn one here. but according to NASA satellite data there's slight warming trend since nineteen seventy nine source. Dr rice Spencer dot com. nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen forecast increase regional drown nineteen nineties he's one of the top NASA scientists. but the last really dry here in the Midwest was nineteen eighty eight recent years have been record wet. Washington DC days over ninety degrees from thirty five to eighty five. but the number of hot days in Washington every peaked in nineteen eleven and they've been declining ever since real climate science dot com. nineteen eighty eight Maldives completely under water in thirty years. source. agency France Presse nineteen eighty eight well obviously it's not. nineteen eighty nine rising seas to obliterate nations by two thousand. the Associated Press June thirty nineteen eighty nine. New York city's west side highway under water by twenty nineteen. these are all news outlets so we'll just continue with the titles. nineteen ninety five to present climate model failure C. I. poinsettia. March twenty two thousand are at a point about the independent children won't know what snow is. the guardian December twenty three two thousand two famine in ten years. while I was seventeen years ago. the guardian February twenty one two thousand for Britain to have Siberian climate by twenty twenty. now of course there's going to be he waves as we now. so seated press June twenty four two thousand eight R. take will be ice free by twenty eighteen. it's not as free. two thousand eight Al Gore warns of ice free arctic by twenty thirteen but it's still there. two thousand nine prince Charles has only eight years to save the planet the independent. well. ten years later. two thousand nine UK prime minister says fifty days to save the planet from catastrophe that was the independent October twenty two thousand nine. again arctic ice free by twenty fourteen U. S. A. today December fourteenth two thousand nine it's not ice free. the guardian July twenty four twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty fifteen. they never ends does it. twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty sixteen so it's by twenty fourteen by twenty fifteen by twenty sixteen this is the guardian twenty thirteen and obviously it's not. only five hundred days before climate chaos twenty fourteen the Washington examiner. all yes. and yet we have climate changes the.

NASA. NASA Washington New York times New York Dr rice Spencer James Hansen Al Gore Midwest France Presse prime minister Maldives Britain prince Charles UK ten years five hundred days seventeen years
"france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Seventy four you've heard of this one. the guardian. January twenty nine nineteen seventy four. another ice age question mark. time magazine June twenty four nineteen seventy four ozone depletion a great peril to life. hasn't happened. nineteen seventy six the cooling. from NASA. nineteen eighty acid rain kills life from lake source New York times book review July eighteen nineteen seventy six didn't happen. Noblesville ledger April nine nineteen eighty. acid rain kills I said that all right. nineteen seventy eight no site in end to thirty year cooling trend Associated Press September sixth nineteen ninety. then we continue. just looking at the listed so damn one here. but according to NASA satellite data there's slight warming trend since nineteen seventy nine source. Dr rice Spencer dot com. nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen forecast increase regional drown nineteen nineties he's one of the top NASA scientists. but the last really dry here in the Midwest was nineteen eighty eight recent years have been record wet. Washington DC days over ninety degrees from thirty five to eighty five. but the number of hot days in Washington every peaked in nineteen eleven and they've been declining ever since real climate science dot com. nineteen eighty eight Maldives completely under water in thirty years. source. agency France Presse nineteen eighty eight well obviously it's not. nineteen eighty nine rising seas to obliterate nations by two thousand. the Associated Press June thirty nineteen eighty nine. New York city's west side highway under water by twenty nineteen. these are all news outlets so we'll just continue with the titles. nineteen ninety five to present climate model failure C. I. points that. March twenty two thousand are at a point about the independent children won't know what snow is. the guardian December twenty three two thousand two famine in ten years. well that was seventeen years ago. the guardian February twenty one two thousand for Britain to have Siberian climate by twenty twenty. of course they're going to be he waves as we now. so she had a press June twenty four two thousand eight R. take will be ice free by twenty eighteen. it's not ice free. two thousand eight Al Gore warns of ice free arctic by twenty thirteen but it's still there. two thousand nine prince Charles says only eight years to save the planet the independent. well. ten years later. two thousand nine UK prime minister says fifty days to save the planet from catastrophe it was the independent October twenty two thousand nine. again arctic ice free by twenty fourteen U. S. A. today December fourteenth two thousand nine it's not ice free. the guardian July twenty four twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty fifteen. it never ends does it. twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty sixteen so it's by twenty fourteen by twenty fifteen by twenty sixteen this is the guardian twenty thirteen and obviously it's not. only five hundred days before climate chaos twenty fourteen the Washington examiner. all yes. and yet we have climate changes see.

NASA. NASA Washington New York times New York Dr rice Spencer James Hansen Al Gore Midwest France Presse prime minister Maldives Britain prince Charles UK ten years five hundred days seventeen years
"france presse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"france presse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Four you've heard of this one. the guardian. January twenty nine nineteen seventy four. another ice age question mark. time magazine June twenty four nineteen seventy four ozone depletion a great peril to life. hasn't happened. nineteen seventy six the cooling. from NASA. nineteen eighty acid rain kills life unlike source New York times book review July eighteen nineteen seventy six didn't happen. Noblesville ledger April nine nineteen eighty. acid rain kills I said that all right. nineteen seventy eight no site in end to thirty year cooling trend Associated Press September sixth nineteen ninety. then we continue. just looking at the list of so damned one here. but according to NASA satellite data there's slight warming trend since nineteen seventy nine source. Dr rice Spencer dot com. nineteen eighty eight. James Hansen forecast increase regional drought nineteen nineties he's one of the top NASA scientists. but the last really dry here in the Midwest was nineteen eighty eight recent years have been record what. Washington DC days over ninety degrees from thirty five to eighty five. but the number of hot days in Washington every peaked in nineteen eleven and they've been declining ever since real climate science dot com. nineteen eighty eight Maldives completely under water in thirty years. source. agency France Presse nineteen eighty eight well obviously it's not. nineteen eighty nine rising seas to obliterate nations by two thousand. the Associated Press June thirty nineteen eighty nine. New York city's west side highway under water by twenty nineteen. these are all news outlets so we'll just continue with the titles. nineteen ninety five to present climate model failure C. I. poinsettia. March twenty two thousand are at a point about the independent children won't know what snow is. the guardian December twenty three two thousand two famine in ten years. well that was seventeen years ago. the guardian February twenty one two thousand for Britain to have Siberian climate by twenty twenty. now of course there's going to be he waves as we now. so she had a press June twenty four two thousand eight R. take will be ice free by twenty eighteen. it's not ice free. two thousand eight Al Gore warns of ice free arctic by twenty thirteen but it's still there. two thousand nine prince Charles has only eight years to save the planet the independent. well. ten years later. two thousand nine UK prime minister says fifty days to save the planet from catastrophe that was the independent October twenty two thousand nine. hi again arctic ice free by twenty fourteen U. S. A. today December fourteenth two thousand nine it's not ice free. the guardian July twenty four twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty fifteen. they never ends does it. twenty thirteen arctic ice free by twenty sixteen so it's by twenty fourteen by twenty fifteen by twenty sixteen this is the guardian twenty thirteen and obviously it's not. only five hundred days before climate chaos twenty fourteen the Washington examiner. all yes. and yet we have climate changes the.

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"france presse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He doesn't love Gary Numan. Nobody's said everybody. I got some very interesting headlines coming up, and then we got congressman Louie Gohmert. I I'm totally going to ask them about the bar testimony to because the fact that the media is all over this like what a scandal shows you how complicit they are. Just asinine shows you how unbelievably complicit they are let's to kick into some headlines showing and now all of the news, you would probably miss it's time for data's quick. This is crazy evidence of a new human species, founded Philippines, according to the Wall Street Journal, fossils unearthed, a limestone cavern part of a previously unknown human species that roam the island about fifty thousand years ago, they found a handful of fossilized teeth and bones. And they said that it looks like it's so far. It's evidence of what they think is a previously unknown human species small jawed with dainty teeth able to up all walk upright. But with Pete still shape to climb. They said these island creatures were mix and match patchwork of primitive in advance. I features a unique variation in human form, very interesting. So there's going to be I can't wait to remorse about it. But they said that that they think that they're. These specialists in human fossils, think that half dozen or so species of hominids as as closely related human species recalled may have coexisted around the world between fifty thousand and two hundred fifty thousand years ago interesting. So this was yeah. And collapse Callo colo- cave. Northern Philippines craziness. Right. Holy cow. New caravan is heading for the United States one hundred thousand caught of those legal trying to illegally enter the United States caught in just one month, the San Pedro Soula and Honduras about a thousand people gathered there Tuesday night last night to form a new caravan. They said that there's probably about eight hundred thousand to one police official there told who told Agence France-Presse that still doesn't mean that it's going to be allowable. It's not going to be allowed still, you know. This is not going to be left. This is really sad. And but heaven forbid, we have a serious conversation about mental health because the guns it's all law abiding gun owners fault. The number of children going to the suicidal thoughts and attempts has doubled. This is so sad. They said that the numbers doubled between two thousand seven and two thousand and fifteen researchers used publicly available data from the national hospital ambulatory medical care survey and administered by the US centers for disease control and prevention CDC, so they said three hundred emergency rooms were sampled. Researchers track number of children between five and eighteen received a diagnosis of a suicidal idealization or suicide attempt every year diagnoses either condition increased from five hundred eighty thousand in two thousand seventeen to one point twelve million in two thousand fifteen it's a study that was published just Monday. Wow. Why is that there's so many factors? I think but also maybe perhaps even the breakdown of the family as well. The scariest superbug is that is on the radar medical health professionals speaking, the US with hundreds of infected, but hospitals or apparently not obliged to tell patients that they have infections on site. It is a superbug that they've been studying for some time. It's it's a superbug fungus. And they said that it was on the CDC's radar. It's the they say the east is resistant to most mainline treatments and has a sixty percents mortality risk hospitals in states can refuse to report their infections to avoid becoming labeled as a source of infection. It is called Candida RS. It's resistant to most drugs they said in the United States three hundred New Yorkers were..

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"france presse" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All of the news. You would probably miss data's quick. This is crazy evidence of a new human species, founded Philippines. According to the Wall Street Journal, fossils unearthed, a limestone cavern part of a previously unknown human species that roam the island about fifty thousand years ago, they found a handful of fossilized teeth and bones. And they said that it looks like it so far it's evidence of what they think is a previously unknown human species small jawed with dainty able to walk upright. But with Pete still shape to climb. They said these island creatures were a mix and match patchwork of primitive and advanced features a unique variation in human form, very interesting. So there's going to be I can't wait to read more about it. But they said that that they think that they're. These specialists in human fossils that have dozen or so species of hominids as as closely related human species recalled may have coexisted around the world between fifty thousand two hundred fifty thousand years ago in jurist. So this was yeah. And an Callow colo- cave northern Philippines, brazenness, right? Holy cow. A new caravan is heading for the United States one hundred thousand of those legal trying to illegal illegally enter the United States caught in just one month, the same Pedro Soula and Honduras about a thousand people gathered there Tuesday night last night to form a new caravan. They said that there's probably about eight hundred thousand to one police official there told who told agents France-Presse that still doesn't mean that it's gonna be allowable. It's not going to be allowed still, you know, can do it whenever you want. But this is not going to be left. This is really sad. And and but heaven forbid, we have a serious conversation about mental health because the guns it's all about and gun owners fault. The number of children going to the suicidal thoughts and attempts has doubled. This is so sad. They said that the numbers doubled between two thousand.

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"france presse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The nuggets win over the T wolves. It's an honor. You know, obviously, there's a very small part of me that wanted just to relax of my family and be a husband and be a father for a few days. But anytime you can represent your team your city your fans at the all star game is an honor Malone will coach the team picked by the Lakers. Lebron James college basketball coming up momentarily Georgetown at number fourteen Villanova and Minnesota at number seventeen Purdue three NHL games this afternoon on super Sunday at. Twelve thirty eastern time face off for the Bruins in capitals in Washington to eastern the Oilers that the Canadians also to eastern flames at the hurricanes. Peter schwartz. This is the moose and this has we have a full recap of Super Bowl fifty three moves. You gotta TASR rans and patriots. We react. Join us tomorrow morning. Six eastern three Pacific. Patriots. They've been doing it as consistently as any wargin. Ization France-Presse with so many things that they. Super Bowl fifty three Sunday at two on Xtra sports thirteen hundred a lot of things put bullrings not one of them. Smart stupid. Idiotic brilliant, genius unrealistic. This pony express. How I see the game now versus how it used to see it. And you know, so much of it is coach Bela checks influence on me as well, as you know, what coach Bocek taught Josh mcdaniels who have worked with for so long. It's just such a great advantage for me as a young player wasn't in advance as young player to learn so much and then try to carry that on. For as long as I have. So it's been it's been a lot of fun. Here's Andrew Phillip pony. Tom Brady on his relationship with Bill Belichick hoodie and the goat getting ready to take on the Rams the way this whole thing. Started a rematch two thousand one Super Bowl thirty six Adam venit. Terry. Tom Brady's game winning drive that kick a huge upset is a double digit underdog in the Super Bowl. And now here we are. Almost two decades later getting ready for ballot. Check in his sixties.

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"france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to midori house first broadcast of the twentyfirst to february two thousand eighteen on monocle 24 alone welcomes midori house come at you live from studio while near in london i'm andrew miller on today's show a horrific few days even by the standards of syria's civil war prompts fresh condemnation from around the world but will it prompt any meaningful response my guests florence beadman and colored the neuro we'll be discussing this and the days of the top stories including president emmanuel macron's plans for reforming france's immigration laws the efforts of bangladesh and myanmar to maintain relations despite the row hinge a refugee crisis and what should finland do with an immense bitcoin stash it com really spend that's all coming up on the dory house a monocle 24 right now and welcome to midori house my guest today i'll florence beat him an agence france presse london bureau chief and colored manure a senior teaching fellow in southeast asian politics at so us welcome both now these standards of hideous nece established over the seven years of serious civil war a such that when the conflict does still command international headlines it is a certain signify that something especially dreadful is occurring such appears to be the case in eastern gutu the long besieged rebel enclave adjoining damascus which has come under renewed bombardment by serene government forces in the last few days at least three hundred people have been reported killed this week florence it's all we can tell of what's going on is east in eastern gutierrez is from the the footage being broadcast out of their by people in eastern duties as is the case had and has been the case throughout syria almost impossible to report from it independently but from what we can glean from that do we.

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"france presse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Experts are calling this outright rage hypocrisy how many do on a senegalese analyst with us that think tank laugh wreak daisy days said quote ordinary people aside everyone knew about this governments international organisations political leaders unquote yoon team amnesty international's west said directors said quote hostagetakings violence toward your and rape were well documented in libya and we've been talking about slavery for a long time unquote un rights chief is aid ride alhussein said quote the international community cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the unimaginable horrors endured by migrants in libya unquote in september the agence france presse reported on a gambian migrant who had returned home to warn young people not to attempt to get to europe he told afp about his experience saying quote we were taken to various pharmacies were the libyan guys sold as slaves we worked on the farms for free unquote we hear at world view reported that story in april the international organisation for migration reported the existence of markets where migrants became commodities to be bought last summer the head of doctors without borders joann new but it open letter to european governments warning of the thriving kidnapping torture and extortion business in libya she asked to quote in their efforts to stem the influx our european governments ready to pay the price for rape torture and slavery we can't say we didn't know about this unquote analysts tummy duan said a passive response from african leaders was in part to blame for the unfolding disaster he said quote this cannot go on faced with crime against humanity you don't condemn it you unquote since the scandal broke right has offered to take in thirty thousand africans from libya according to the afp migration commissioner dimitrius ever mapa le's said on thursday that the eu was quote working without let up to find solutions these shares president mahamadou issoufou propose that several slavery be on the agenda at an eu african union summit next week completing at long journey from a monarchy to a federal republic the people in a nepal today began the first phase of voting for national and provincial assemblies in the first parliamentary polls since 1999 second phase of the election will take place december seventh the poll voted in two thousand eight for a constituent assembly which doubled as a parliament to.

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"france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Should they are the real democrats of spain lulled the d separatists who wanted a referendum in the name of the rights of foot boss i would also because it's been serving a twists and turns that you know this still fifty days to these elections and plenty of opportunities bush sites to make ren does mistakes of the kind that we've seen the last two months rafael miranda author of the struggle for catalonia unsparing correspondent new york times thank you for joining us from barcelona you're listening to monocle 24 up next how much will really change when france lifts its state of emergency ubs has a one in nine hundred investment analyst from one hundred different names over nine hundred of the sharpest millon freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn no one has maung no one knows small me and find out how we can help you contact us yesterday you are listening to the daily on monocle 24 it is just a couple of weeks short of two years since a nationwide state of emergency was declared in france following a series of terrorist attacks in and around paris which killed one hundred and thirty people that state of emergency will end tomorrow after a fashion france is to replace the state of emergency with a rugged new antiterrorist statute which will permanently grant to law enforcement agencies some of the powers to which many french citizens mont of supposed they were only to be temporarily entitled we'll joining me in the studio is florence prediman bureau chief for agence france presse in london florence that question first of all i guess is the much difference between the state of emergency about to wind and the new lower about take force.

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"france presse" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"france presse" Discussed on KKAT

"I don't know the point is is that this was designed purposely it was picked this concert in particular was pet because it is it is this is a concert that was for the majority of the ten days where young girls aged sixteen to twenty there were boys there for sure but this was i want everybody to get past that from because everybody has a kneejerk reaction well there were boys there someone i'm talking about this was specifically designed this this is a girls concert young girls and it was at the end of it when people would be leaving and it was specifically done at this time and i asked this i bring the sat because last night i tweeted out something last night because i was going to bring it to this point today so the majority of the audience was young girls if ever there was a war on women there you have one and as i noted last night will we see the pink hats brigade for these girls well we see these she persisted hashtag for these girls what will we see for these girls i saw the and i don't misconstrued what i'm about to say i saw that came from agence france presse said paris's eiffel tower is going to go dark for the.

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