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"george senate" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"george senate" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Thousands of U.S. troops have been deployed recently to the region A Texas judge has temporarily stopped the state from using child protection services to investigate families who allow their transgender children to receive gender affirming care and PR's way Goodwin reports The testimony Friday included a state employed parent of a transgender child who testified she'd been put on leave because her 16 year old daughter is having transgender medical treatment A child protective service is supervisor testified They'd been instructed to prioritize such parents for investigation on suspicion of child abuse and not to communicate about the investigations and emails The supervisor resigned because the order indicated politics were now driving the state's decisions about whether parents of transgender children should lose their children not the quality of their parental care Judge Amy Clark meachum issued a temporary injunction stopping the state's transgender based investigations the state may appeal Weighed good one in PR news Dallas This is NPR If you are of the opinion that nothing is as good today as it was before the pandemic and championship dog training to that category in Britain the first post pandemic gathering of the world's biggest annual dog show crufts is underway and as Vicki Barker reports from London judges have been bemused by a crop of unruly entrance The Daily Telegraph reports one toy poodle scurried around instead of over obstacles during the agility finals and ran out of the ring to sniff at a judge's heels The next entrance relieved itself on the artificial turf Other trainers report dogs straining at their leashes trying to sniff at other dogs during events The problem is that dogs normally get socialized as puppies during group obedience classes or by making friends with other dogs in the park but lockdown rules bar the current generation of two year olds from those activities and our trainers say they're seeing the results at this year's crufts For NPR news I'm Vicki Barker in London The state of Georgia has moved a step closer to a change in law that would abolish the requirement for a background check and a license to carry a handgun in public State House Republicans pushed through a bill Friday That could eventually establish a quote constitutional carry statute Governor Brian Kemp and other state Republicans have chosen this election year for passage of the measure that George's Senate next considers the bill Democrats oppose it arguing that it would ultimately increase gun deaths I'm Louise schiavone and PR news Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include the Kaufman foundation working together with communities to break down barriers and prepare all people for success in their jobs and careers as employees or entrepreneurs More online at Kaufman dot org.

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"george senate" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"george senate" Discussed on WTOP

"Honda dealer Don't settle for less than a Honda 8 45 Dave Johnson it's always tough to see Philly fans happy They were happy last night His eagles team is one four 5 games Washington a different story And you know just what you'd expect from a defensive lineman a smash mouth assessment of Washington's 27 17 loss eagles Jonathan Allen after the eagles rushed for 238 yards I mean what weren't they doing At the end of the day I got to play better at if I played better I give our team a better chance to win if the defensive lawn plays better We give our team a better chance to win So this game on the D line Now again this was no surprise the previous 6 games the eagles averaged 210 yards on the ground Again during Washington's four game winning streak what was the greatest success rushing in time of possession Washington managed only 63 yards rushing last night They did to take advantage of some early eagle miscues had an early tenth lead Now with Garrett Gilbert at quarterback I mean he was just signed on Friday and Terry mclaurin where he came in his energy He felt that when he got here he picked up the things that we were doing for this game plan really quickly He was good at communicating the huddle so it was challenging for all of us but you know he did his job and you know he put it all out there So I definitely got a lot of respect for Gary Yeah he fought through In fact no turnovers a 194 yards passing a 16 player 7 coaches on COVID-19 protocols including a head running backs coach Randy Jordan so assistant jedrek king became the first African American female position coach in NFL history Now the lost drop Washington tenth so now one game behind the eagles Vikings and saints for the final playoff spot Rams beat the Seahawks 20 to ten Marilyn women their last non conference game beat coppin state last night a big showdown Number one number two in women's basketball South Carolina defeated Stanford 65 61 On the men's side George Mason beat American Harvard over Howard because of COVID-19 George Senate the forfeited game against Providence and this is called the Michigan football players will get their COVID-19 booster.

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"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

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"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Not them and that had me sung incredulous and this is two thousand eight to two thousand twelve thirteen. I wrote a book that came out to thirteen. Called the devil inside the beltway. And ever since then it's it's been my clarion commission to educate people on how the government really operates and it's gone from you know you must be nuts. Shut up your stressing me out too now. People like holy cow. There might be a problem yet. Thank so I am not. This is not what i lived for. This is not my career. That's not what i drove for but it is It's so important. Because i don't want people to be completely bamboozled by what happens and not just me but the company i built had seven hundred thousand patients that we diagnosed for cancer and to watch it be so flippantly destroyed without any accountability and to watch the media and so many people just ignore it and to watch people be afraid to address it because it's just so unbelievable was something. I think we need to understand more. The more we understand the current way the government operates the less powerful. That government will be to do it. Does which is not good stuff. You said something what was Pretty profound in another interview. I was watching. You said that government lawyers that showed up at your doorstep one day and you said once they show up your doorstep you should understand that you're pretty much already sunk. And yes. That's that's what happened to you right because what happens is look These these government lawyers. What what matters. Government lurks your salary You know they punch the clock whether they win or lose So they're fill their own own self defined sense it meaning in mission. They liked to think they're helping the world and in that and that perverse way whoever they're going after the enemy and they only have six amount of time. So you know. They've got the bird in the hand. They better make something out of it. They're not going to be coming at you and go back to boss gone on nothing. They're still you know they make sure that they have something there. They make sure they go to targets. They can get they. They make sure that it's going to happen. And it's echo chamber culture and we're seeing echo chamber coal all over the united states now much more than just in government. It's all these little balls of people that believe certain way and you can get a lot of reinforcement that you're just wonderful great person and you're doing the right thing when you're inside washington because washington really just feeds on itself and regardless of what political persuasion. You are Today's friend could be rows enemy can be today's boss could be tomorrow's so you basically are trained very much to just look the other way and if you see something say nothing and so this is how you can get these really.

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"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Mike dougherty was on the show yesterday. Mike is a gentlemen in ordinary american. Who was running a pharmaceutical company for a long time and about ten years ago. He got into a strange kind of situation where a hacker was able to hack into his company's system download information for thousands of patients and then basically trying to extort him tried to blackmail him called him up and said hey you know i have this information and then apparently got the government involved. The government came in and started investigating mike. Or how this hacker was able to get all of the information on these patients that were involved in. Mike's company affiliated with mike's company and associated with mike company through that experience mike understands and comes to know the heavy-handedness that the government can deal with ordinary americans with he starts an organization called the justice society. Which as he puts it helps train david's to beat goliaths you fast. Forward to twenty twenty one and mike finds himself as the lead plaintiff in a case challenging the legality and the authenticity of the senate runoff elections in georgia. Want you to have a listen to an excerpt of the interview. I conducted with mike yesterday. And then i want you to hop over to the site and check out the rest of the interview. Because i think mike story is an interesting one and it goes right to the heart of a lot of the issues. We're dealing with today in american society including abuse of power by the government and election integrity without further ado. Here's mike dorothy. And the conversation. I had with him yesterday. Okay we're mike story attorney. Mike thirty mike people who are seeing say an attorney nine attorney i thought you lord. I'm not attorney. You want to start over not a doctor a thing. I'm a doctor. 'cause i i've been in medicine for so long is entrepreneur but i'm not a doctor mad lawyer okay well army that goes right in. That goes right into my first question for people who are seeing you and hearing you for the first time. Why don't you give them a little bit of a background on spill i. I'm the person at the tree. Fell down government and crushing. The i was. I'm a healthcare entrepreneur. My degrees in economics as born raised in detroit. I worked in medicine and business for years straight college and i had founded a medical laboratory and two thousand eight my laboratory got hacked and pry was one. The very first of You know type of extortion rackets for cybersecurity. Very early on so that i was like an early adopter and no one really believed me what was going on. And so as soon as We we. I got dragged into fighting the feds and learning about the reality of who they are and how different were they arbor store taught you know so now i stare. Civics book is a fairy tale that belongs in between the wizard of oz and alice in wonderland because the government that we have now in the us is is nothing like it was in the late nineteenth century early twentieth century and the civics books that were taught today are nineteenth century us government. So i was completely blown away. When i'm being extorted by criminal and a criminal reports the government the government starts investigating me and.

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Reverend Senator Warnock Discusses the Covid-19 Relief Bill

All In with Chris Hayes

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Reverend Senator Warnock Discusses the Covid-19 Relief Bill

"Democratic. Senator reverend walt rafeal warnock push for a comprehensive code rescue bill during his upset bid for george senate seat and he joins me now reverend senator. I want to ask about the sort of details here. But i want want to ask. Is you know every time. I talked to people in the us senate. I say feel like. I'm talking to a you know a culture from another planet right like it's a very strange institution all cruiser too weird traditions. That are hard to explain your your new there. What is it like to go through this. How strange does the institution seem to you or does it. Not what was great to be here with you tonight chris. We're going you know through the sausage making of legislation but the good news is that after months of waiting and when you think about the long period we're nothing happened under the previous administration. Relief is right around. The corner is on the way. And we'll be here for a little while but we're there and i'm confident that we're going to pass the relief that americans need and deserve this moment. We're about to pass. I think a historic piece of legislation. That for one thing. We'll cut child poverty in have think about that. We will cut child poverty in half fourteen hundred dollar relief payments to people that are go directly in their pockets and we know that when poor people when working class people receive relief. They buy food. They buy medicine. That's needed. They buy baby diapers a coat for their kid. It helps them and it stimulates the economy. We're going to get this virus under control and get the american economy warring again. I'm proud to be a part of that process. You are you are you. Were just elected in that special election in january. Obviously a closely divided swing state the state of georgia. Now we'll be up again in two years because it was a special election. So i think it's you could say that you're you have the most frontline position of any senator in that caucus so from the position of your political life. What what do you want to tell your fellow democrats about what you need to deliver back to your constituents in georgia. Well we've been fighting that that good fight from day one for me but for the people i was sent here to represent you. You know that. I come into this job as a pastor someone who is used to walking with people through their pain. I've seen firsthand. The ways in which people are suffering through this pandemic that has literally taken their loved ones. Half a million americans has devastated our economy and the good news again is. Relief is right around the corner. Help is on the way we're about to pass a historic piece of legislation that will cut child poverty and half we'll give workers the relief and the support that they need in this bill. We have five billion dollars of debt. Relief that will To farmers of color. And we're gonna get this virus under control so that we can safely reopen our schools and our economy. That's the good news. And i couldn't think of a better sermon for free to preaching on this weekend.

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"george senate" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Night was an hour and thirty two minutes. The guy can still go. Nagai can still go and he has no problem doing it in a lot of it in a lot of it was from his campaign stump but i have a feeling no matter what happens tomorrow. Ran see different trump going forward z. A different trump going forward only because he is given them every opportunity every average in. I don't know there's some kind of four d chests maneuver. That's ready to be executed. Maybe maybe not. I don't know. But i know trump's not the kinda guy to give up especially especially in the face of such overwhelming evidence of what took place on election night. I know the farther we get away from november third the more people naturally as americans forget things that took place in the numbers in the in the fraud that looked like it was taking place in real time because it was. Don't forget about the two way m dumps of ballots. One hundred and forty four thousand ballots under this table. Jimmy in the back of your civic. What's that has three hundred and twenty thousand votes for biden by the way they're starting the exact same propaganda work in georgia because today's the georgia race. Abc news results in the fear. Fiercely contested george senate. Runoff could take days and might show the red mirage at first. Because you idiots in georgia didn't change the game. You went right back in with your stupid establishment. Cronies win her. Just go vote instead of pushing. Back and gap-tooth stacey and all of nonsense and all of these drop boxes that the secretary of state and georgia ravaged are his fine having out there sponsored by facebook but you idiot and this is why republicans lose because you stupid dumb. You don't fight. You elected a fighter. And then he didn't back him when he needed you all the things that took place in georgia yet. Your feckless governor in your wimpy little secretary of state. Yeah great jabber gonna vote amount after the state of the state of.

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COVID relief bill morphs into a test of GOP loyalty to Trump

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

COVID relief bill morphs into a test of GOP loyalty to Trump

"House Democrats are planning a vote later today and president trump's demand that covert relief funding be increased for Americans putting Republican lawmakers in a jam after a months long stalemate over pandemic relief a bipartisan deal was finally reached but then president trump threatened to veto the package Tuesday saying a six hundred dollar stimulus check for residents was too stingy increase the ridiculously low six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars house speaker Nancy Pelosi who wanted bigger payouts says she'll bring that amount to the floor for a vote today an insider says house Republicans are stuck between supporting higher payments they oppose or crossing president trump potentially triggering a government shutdown next week end jeopardizing the GOP candidates in George's Senate election next month Jackie Quinn Washington

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"george senate" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Too, may be near an end and how the man got pulled out of a fire when other people saw the house burning these stories and more from the plumbing, heating paramedics studios after Fox News you've got 93. W I. B. C W II Be CHT one Indianapolis It's eight o'clock George's Senate races get the national spotlight. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News, Your senator. Is refusing to answer questions and debate his opponent because he believes he shouldn't have to. Democrat John also showed up to debate, But Republican Senator David Perdue declined to participate. Both candidates and the other race did spar with which party controls the Senate at stake. Fox is heaven Brown as more live, and they've Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock, pastor at the church where MLK preached, said this about incumbent Republican Kelly Leffler. She says she eyes against racism and that racism has no place but she welcomed us in Board of a Cure Lan conspiracy theorists, whereas Leffler painted Warnock as a radical someone that has invited Fidel Castro, a murderous dictator into his own church, someone that has celebrated anti American anti sun night Jeremiah Wright. You know, he has also said that police officers are Gangsters and thugs and the runoff for both of Georgia's Senate seats is January 5th, Dave. Even president like Biden's, adding his administration playing the nominate California attorney General Javier But Sarah's head of health and human services, Dr Anthony Fauci, would be Biden's chief covert medical advisor. President Trump continues to try to overturn their election results, while Democrats say he's losing in court trying to undermine Joe Biden's win. This wasn't pattern that was said by somebody in Washington. Because everybody else carried it out exactly in the same way, and they did it in the crooked city. So hours after Rudy Giuliani was on the Fox Sunday morning futures, the president's lawyers tested positive for the Corona virus and is reportedly in a hospital. But Giuliani tweeted he's feeling good much of California now under covert restriction. The new measures were triggered as hospital ICU capacity dropped below 15%. Restaurants will be open for take out or pick up on Lee, while other businesses like hair salons, movie theaters and bars, forced to shut down. Fox's.

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"george senate" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"george senate" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Breaking news this hour from town hall dot com. On Keith Peters. President Trump is unhappy with Attorney General William Bars conclusion that there's no evidence of voter fraud that would overturn the election. The president says Bar hasn't done anything yet. When it comes to reviewing evidence of election fraud when he looks, he'll see the kind of evidence that right now you're seeing in the George Senate. He says he's disappointed the Justice Department hasn't looked very hard at the evidence and the president is refusing to say if he has confidence in the attorney general asked me that In a number of weeks from now. Greg Clugston Washington President. Trump's effort to challenge electoral tallies in Wisconsin is dealt a setback by that state's highest court. The justices weren't ruling on the merits of the case. It was the process ordering that if he heard first in the lower courts, the president's attorney, citing the December 14th date for presidential electors to cast their votes had been seeking a speedier process. Two of the justices questioned whether Trump's request to disqualify tens of Thousands of ballots would be the right remedy if there had been irregularities, But another justice says the court is obligated to determine if elections officials complied with the law. I'm Jackie Quinn. In response, President Trump's attorney, Jim Troopers, says he would immediately file the case in Circuit court, saying he expected to be back before the Supreme Court. Some states began shutting down after the rising covet 19 cases. California Governor Gavin Newsom says California Seeing skyrocketing virus rates and hospitals are filling up possible is ations now have increased 86% just in the last 14 days, and ICU admissions 67% over a similar period on Wall Street that out by 85 points, the NASDAQ Rose 27, the S and P declined to oil up to 45 67 a barrel. More on these stories at town hall, calm Tell me why really factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..

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"george senate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"george senate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The National Institutes of Health, says the transition is needed desperately, especially as a vaccine gets ready to roll out to the public. Dr. Fauci went on to say the president has not attended a covert 19 pandemic. Briefing in months, Fox's David Sponge, the General Services Administration, not releasing funds earmarked for transition by the Biden team because of continued election challenges from the Trump team. George's Senate race goes to run offs on January 5th Republican Senator David Perdue on Fox's Sunday morning futures. We heard Schumer just last week say that if we take Georgia we change America. We heard AOC say we have. They have to have these two seats because they don't want to negotiate. They want total control. Republicans are expected to hold the 50 to 48 lead going into the runoff. If Democrats win both seats, the Senate will be split evenly, giving Vice President Kamila Harris the decision making tiebreaker vote. President Trump fired Mark Esper, secretary of defense As for apparently sending a memo after the president tweeted US troops in Afghanistan should be home by Christmas and tried to strike a deal. You don't unilaterally surrender your greatest point of leverage by unilaterally withdrawing troops before that. Afghan government and the Taliban have struck a deal. J. Johnson, former homeland security secretary under President Obama on ABC is this week with George Stephanopoulos s Spurs replacement writing A message to you is troops Friday, saying it's time to come home. America's listening to Fox News From the Bucks News Podcasts Network campaign with threadbare mean, Essentially, Biden ran on covert in health care and the president's handling of it. You just can't think about how much that changed this race not only in subject but also how it was voted with all the mail in ballots. And now all the controversy about subscribe and listen now by going to a Fox News podcast, calm America's listening. The Fox News New from the Fox News Podcast Network, a look back at the 2000 election. I will work for you every day, and I will never let you down historic campaign retold by the people working on the campaign, those covering it and on the ticket, he was going to take the country in a different path. Invention is rockets. The networks said that we didn't want Florida Fox News presents Election Rewind 2000 Give Me the opportunity to lead this nation..

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"george senate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"george senate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelly. The state of Georgia is likely headed for a recount. Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Trump by fewer than 5000 votes. Meanwhile, the race is for both of Georgia. Senate seats, both currently in Republican hands look headed for January run offs. So let's hear from Atlanta Atlanta Mayor Qi Sha Lance Bottoms joins me Now she was an early Joe Biden supporter Welcome. Thank you for having me today. Did you expect Democrats to do this well in Georgia? I did expect us to do this. Well. I knew that our state was trending blue. I knew that this could be the year. A lot of people didn't think we could make it happen this year. But when you look at the shifting demographics of our state, look at 800,000 voters that we have been able to register across the state. In large part due to motive, voter registration efforts in Georgia. I knew that the numbers were there. It was just a matter of people turning out to vote, and they did that in record numbers, But if I had asked you back in, I don't know. January whether the whole nation would be on pins and needles waiting to hear. If Georgia was flipping blue would would you not have left me out of the room? I would not have, and I was laughing with someone on my team about this because someone on my team very well maintained, said police stopped saying that especially to Joe buy them because he's don't think you're nuts. I knew I knew it was there. Many people thought it but we would see then the 2022 election, but I believe that this is George's year. Now I didn't know that we will be the that the world would be waiting on us to split. But I thought that we would go blue this year. Let me ask you this. This is in regards to the recount. The margin, As we said, is so tight and with the stakes so high Can you blame Republicans for wanting a recount for wanting to be very sure of these results? I think if a re a recount will insure will give people confidence in the integrity of the election. I think that's appropriate. I don't think there's anything wrong with there being a recount, but I'm also confident that the numbers will stay in And I know it's there. It's very close, and you're still waiting on some military ballots to come in. But I truly believe that this is the year that Georgia will have gone blue and that this is Joe Biden gear in our state. I want to ask about one specific county. Clayton County, which was long represented in Congress by John Lewis, The of course the late civil rights leader who was one of President Trump's most vocal critics. It is votes from his district that have helped Biden take the lead there in Georgia. If people are looking for symbolism, I imagine a lot of people are finding it today in Clayton County. They certainly are. And this year we lost Congressman John laws and we lost CT Vivian and jealous of Lowry. And will you look at the diversity that's represented across our state and the diversity that was reflected In the voting. I think it really is an honor to their legacy. And so in the same way that I know people are cheering on the memory of John McCain in Arizona. We certainly are doing the same thing here in Georgia. Just a few seconds left with you, but I want to look ahead. I mentioned the racist for both George's Senate seats are likely headed to run offs. You're gonna have the whole national Republican establishment focused on keeping those seats and GOP hands. What's your role in that? What's the strategy? Well, we're going to continue to do everything that we can do to get people out to vote the same way we encourage people across the state and reminded people of how close my race was for Mayor 832 vote difference. We're telling them that the margins will be just a slim In January as they were here, and this is an opportunity for Joe buying that had the Senate that he needs to really make sure that we're able to move forward as a country is Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you. In the run up to the 2020 election. Many polls show Joe Biden and Democrats with a significant lead, both nationally and in multiple swing states. As NPR's Daniel Kurtz lab in reports, pollsters are now confronting the question of how far off Poles were and what caused it. Pollsters arguably have even more reason than everyone else to obsess over vote counts right now, And here's why, until we count all the votes and know exactly how far the Poles were off, then we won't really be able Teo get at why they were off. We need to know that how much before we'll know the why, that's Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. This year, Poles appear to have been off substantially both nationally and in some states That's different from 2016 when national polls were very close to the final presidential result. For now, pollsters like Murray do have some educated guesses as to what caused polls to be off. Here's one important one. It's safe to say that we don't have enough Republicans in our samples. Cliff Zukin is a retired professor of political science with 40 years of election polling experience. The question, then is what caused that It may be the complicated math of polling, Zukin says. Pollsters try to figure out who is likely to vote and what the electorate will look like. So, for example, college graduates tend to respond to polls more than noncollege graduates. So pollsters do math called waiting to try to account for that long story Short that math may have been off this year in 2016. That's where the state polls were off was in how they waited and not having enough less than college educated people, especially males in the sample. No, It's certainly possible that at this time we might find the rural voters were undercounted, but this is where it gets more complicated. Pollsters attempted to adjust for this after 2016, explains Courtney Kennedy, director of survey research at the Pew Research Center. They looked at how they waited their numbers, and they tried hard to make sure they got enough Republican respondents and yet and yet we had the results that we did. So what does that mean? That means that the Republicans taking the Poles may not have been good proxies for all of the Republicans, But the fact is, polls don't seem perennially wrong. For example, they did a good job in the 2018 midterms. And so Marie says, there may just be something about Trump. We seem to have this phenomenon that whenever Donald Trump is on the ballot, that's where asking about that polling just seems to be off. Could it be shy Trump voters? There wasn't good evidence of this in 2016 and experts NPR spoke to are split about 2020 answering if and why Trump throws pulls off is vitally important to pollsters. Kennedy explains. If it's really because of his unique ability to turn out voters who are not easily model not easily identified, Not easily reachable. Is it that Or is it something more long lasting and something more fundamental to how surveys are being done these days? If it's the latter, that's scary. It means pollsters have to ferret out that fundamental problem and fix it. On the other hand, if it's something about trump in the future when there's no Donald Trump on the ballot that maybe we go back to more normal times, But that's not a satisfying answer. And, of course, another politician who confuses the Poles could always come along. Daniel Kurtz. Leben NPR news..

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"It's 5 35. From NPR News. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelly, the state of Georgia is likely headed for a recount. Former vice President Joe Biden leads President Trump by fewer than 5000 votes. Meanwhile, the race is for both of Georgia. Senate seats, both currently in Republican hands look headed for January run offs. So let's hear from Atlanta Atlanta Mayor Qi Sha Lance Bottoms joins me Now she was an early Joe Biden supporter Welcome. Thank you for having me today. Did you expect Democrats to do this well in Georgia? I did expect us to do this. Well. I knew that our state was trending blue. I knew that this could be the year. A lot of people didn't think we could make it happen this year. But when you look at the shifting demographics of our state, look at 800,000 voters that we have been able to register across the state. In large part due to motive, voter registration efforts in Georgia. I knew that the numbers were there. It was just a matter of people turning out to vote, and they did that in record numbers, But if I had asked you back in, I don't know. January whether the whole nation would be on pins and needles waiting to hear. If Georgia was flipping blue would would you not have left me out of the room? I would not have, and I was laughing with someone on my team about this because someone on my team very well may name, said police that saying that especially to Joe buy them because he's don't think you're nuts. I knew I knew it was there. Many people thought it but we would see then the 2022 election, but I believe that this was George's year. Now I didn't know that we will be the that the world would be waiting on us to split. But I thought that we would go blue this year. Let me ask you this. This is in regards to the recount. The margin, As we said, is so tight and with the stakes so high Can you blame Republicans for wanting a recount for wanting to be very sure of these results? I think if a Rica a recount will insure will give people confidence in the integrity of the election. I think that's appropriate. I don't think there's anything wrong with there being a recount, but I'm also confident that the numbers will stay in And I know it's there. It's very close, and you're still waiting on some military ballots to come in. But I truly believe that this is the year that Georgia will have gone blue and that this is Joe Biden gear in our state. I want to ask about one specific county. Clayton County, which was long represented in Congress by John Lewis, The of course the late civil rights leader who was one of President Trump's most vocal critics. It is votes from his district that have helped Biden take the lead there in Georgia. If people are looking for symbolism, I imagine a lot of people are finding it today in Clayton County. They certainly are. In this year we'd lost Congressman John Lewis and we lost CT Vivian and jealous of Lowry. And when you look at the diversity that's represented across our state, and the diversity that was reflected In the voting. I think it really is an honor to their legacy. And so in the same way that I know people are cheering on the memory of John McCain in Arizona. We certainly are doing the same thing here in Georgia. Just a few seconds left with you, but I want to look ahead. I mentioned the racist for both George's Senate seats are likely headed to run offs. You're gonna have the whole national Republican establishment focused on keeping those seats and GOP hands. What's your role in that? What's the strategy? Well, we're going to continue to do everything that we can do to get people out to vote. In the same way we encourage people across the state and reminded people of how close my race was for Mayor 832 vote difference. We're telling them that the margins will be just a slim in January as they were here, and this is an opportunity. Joe buying that had the Senate that he needs to really make sure that we're able to move forward as a country is Keisha Lance Bottoms, The mayor of Atlanta. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you. In the run up to the 2020 election. Many polls show Joe Biden and Democrats with a significant lead, both nationally and in multiple swing states. As NPR's Daniel Kurtz lab in reports, pollsters are now confronting the question of how far off Poles were and what caused it. Pollsters arguably have even more reason than everyone else to obsess over vote counts right now, And here's why, until we count all the votes and know exactly how far the Poles were off, then we won't really be able Teo get at why they were off. We need to know that how much before we'll know the why, that's Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. This year, Poles appear to have been off substantially both nationally and in some states That's different from 2016 when national polls were very close to the final presidential result. For now, pollsters like Murray do have some educated guesses as to what caused polls to be off. Here's one important one. It's safe to say that we don't have enough Republicans in our samples. Cliff Zukin is a retired professor of political science with 40 years of election polling experience. The question, then is what caused that It may be the complicated math of polling, Zukin says. Pollsters try to figure out who is likely to vote and what the electorate will look like. So, for example, college graduates tend to respond to polls more than noncollege graduates. So pollsters do math called waiting to try to account for that long story Short that math may have been off this year in 2016. That's where the state polls were off was in how they waited and not having enough less than college educated people, especially males in the sample. No, It's certainly possible that at this time we might found the rural voters were undercounted, but this is where it gets more complicated. Pollsters attempted to adjust for this after 2016, explains Courtney Kennedy, director of survey research at the Pew Research Center. They looked at how they waited their numbers, and they tried hard to make sure they got enough Republican respondents and yet and yet we had the results that we did. So what does that mean? That means that the Republicans taking the Poles may not have been good proxies for all over the Republicans, But the fact is, polls don't seem perennially wrong. For example, they did a good job in the 2018 midterms. And so Marie says, there may just be something about Trump. We seem to have this phenomenon that whenever Donald Trump is on the ballot, that's who were asking about that polling just seems to be off. Could it be shy Trump voters? There wasn't good evidence of this in 2016 and experts NPR spoke to are split about 2020 answering if and why Trump throws pulls off is vitally important to pollsters. Kennedy explains. If it's really because of his unique ability to turn out voters who are not easily model not easily identified, Not easily reachable. Is it that Or is it something more long lasting and something more fundamental to how surveys are being done these days? If it's the latter, that's scary. It means pollsters have to ferret out that fundamental problem and fix it. On the other hand, if it's something about trump in the future when there's no Donald Trump on the ballot that maybe we go back to more normal times, But that's not a satisfying answer. And, of course, another politician who confuses the Poles could always come along. Daniel Kurtz. Leben NPR news..

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"It's 5 35. From NPR News. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. The state of Georgia is likely headed for a recount. Former vice President Joe Biden leads President Trump by fewer than 5000 votes. Meanwhile, the race is for both of Georgia Senate seats, both currently in Republican hands look headed for January run offs. So let's hear from Atlanta. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms joins me now she was an early Joe Biden supporter Welcome. Thank you for having me today. Did you expect Democrats to do this well in Georgia? I did expect us to do this. Well. I knew that our state was trending blue. I knew that this could be the year. A lot of people didn't think we could make it happen this year. But when you look at the shifting demographics of our state, look at 800,000 voters that we have been able to register across the state. In large part determine motive, voter registration efforts in Georgia. I knew that the numbers were there. It was just a matter of people turning out to vote, and they did that in record numbers, But if I had asked you back in, I don't know. January whether the whole nation would be on pins and needles waiting to hear. If Georgia was flipping blue would would you not have left me out of the room? I would not have, and I was laughing with someone on my team about this because someone on my team very well maintained said. Please stop saying that, especially to Joe Biden. Because he's don't think you're nuts. I knew it. I knew it was there. Many people thought it but we would see then the 2022 election, But I believe that this is George's year. Now I didn't know that we will be the that the world would be waiting on us to split. But I thought that we would go blue this year. Let me ask you this. This is in regards to the recount. The margin, As we said, is so tight and with the stakes so high Can you blame Republicans for wanting a recount for wanting to be very sure of these results? I think if a Rica a recount will insure will give people confidence in the integrity of the election. I think that's appropriate. I don't think there's anything wrong with there being a recount, but I'm also confident that the numbers will stay in And I know it's there. It's very close, and you're still waiting on some military balance to come in. But I truly believe that this is the year that Georgia will have gone Balu and that this is Joe Biden's year in our state. I want to ask about one specific county. Clayton County, which was long represented in Congress by John Lewis, Of course, the late civil rights leader who was one of President Trump's most vocal critics, It is votes from his district that have helped Biden take the lead there in Georgia. If people are looking for symbolism, I imagine a lot of people are finding it today in Clayton County. They certainly are. In this year we'd lost Congressman John Lewis and we lost CT Vivian and jealous of Lowry. And will you look at the diversity that's represented across our state and the diversity that was reflected In the voting. I think it really is an honor to their legacy. And so in the same way I know people are cheering on the memory of John McCain in Arizona. We certainly are doing the same thing here in Georgia just a few seconds left with you, but I want to look ahead. I mentioned the racist for both George's Senate seats are likely headed to run offs you're gonna have the whole national Republican establishment focused on keeping those seats and GOP hands What's your role in that? What's the strategy? Well, we're going to continue to do everything that we can do to get people out to vote the same way we encourage people across the state and reminded people of how close my race was for. Mayor 832 vote different. We're telling them that the margins will be just a slim In January as they were here, and this is an opportunity for Joe buying that had the Senate that he needs to really make sure that we're able to move forward as a country is Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you. In the run up to the 2020 election. Many polls show Joe Biden and Democrats with a significant lead, both nationally and in multiple swing states. As NPR's Daniel Kurtz leavin reports, pollsters are now confronting the question of how far off Poles were and what caused it. Pollsters arguably have even more reason than everyone else to obsess over vote counts right now, And here's why, until we count all the votes and know exactly how far the Poles were off, then we won't really be able Teo get at why they were off. We need to know that how much before we'll know the why, that's Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. This year, Poles appear to have been off substantially both nationally and in some states That's different from 2016 when national polls were very close to the final presidential result. For now, pollsters like Murray do have some educated guesses as to what caused polls to be off. Here's one important one. It's safe to say that we don't have enough Republicans in our samples. Cliff Zukin is a retired professor of political science with 40 years of election polling experience. The question, then is what caused that It may be the complicated math of polling, Zukin says. Pollsters try to figure out who is likely to vote and what the electorate will look like. So, for example, college graduates tend to respond to polls more than noncollege graduates. So pollsters do math called waiting to try to account for that long story Short that math may have been off this year in 2016. That's where the state polls were off was in how they waited and not having enough less than college educated people, especially nails in the sample. No, It's certainly possible that at this time we might find that rural voters were undercounted, but this is where it gets more complicated. Pollsters attempted to adjust for this after 2016, explains Courtney Kennedy, director of survey research at the Pew Research Center. They looked at how they waited their numbers, and they tried hard to make sure they got enough Republican respondents and yet and yet we had the results that we did. So what does that mean? That means that the Republicans taking the Poles may not have been good proxies for all of the Republicans, But the fact is, polls don't seem perennially wrong. For example, they did a good job in the 2018 midterms. And so Marie says, there may just be something about Trump. We seem to have this phenomenon that whenever Donald Trump is on the ballot, that's who were asking about that polling just seems to be off. Could it be shy Trump voters? There wasn't good evidence of this in 2016 and experts NPR spoke to are split about 2020 answering if and why Trump throws pulls off is vitally important to pollsters. Kennedy explains. If it's really because of his unique ability to turn out voters who are not easily model not easily identified, Not easily reachable. Is it that Or is it something more long lasting and something more fundamental to how surveys are being done these days? If it's the latter, that's scary. It means pollsters have to ferret out that fundamental problem and fix it. On the other hand, if it's something about trump in the future when there's no Donald Trump on the ballot that maybe we go back to more normal times, But that's not a satisfying answer. And, of course, another politician who confuses the Poles could always come along. Daniel Kurtz. Leben NPR news..

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"Pleasant. Right now. Rain chances they're stacking up for the first part of next week, and we're tracking those shower. Chances mornings on Main Street coming up on W D win. Good morning to everyone. We are still waiting on the results of one of George's Senate race is the race between David Perdue and John S. Off remains too close to call. However, we do know that Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock will meet in a run off for the other Senate seat war, not thanking his supporters last night. You for pushing me one step closer to the Senate. Because when I get there you will go with me. Your concerns will go with me. Your issues will go with me to run off for the unexpired term of Senator Johnny Isakson is set for January. 5th Republican Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville came in third and that so called Jungle primary. Incumbent Republican state representative Timothy Bar will be returning to the state Capitol Come January. Bar represents District 103, which encompasses portions of Southall in northeastern Gwinnett County's He's part of the House Appropriations Committee. And he says the Legislature will need to keep a close watch on finances in the upcoming year. Only the first half of session is making sure our budget balance and It's responsible and way move, move the state forward in a good direction, Fiscally a bar first won election to the State House in 2012, he defeated Democratic challenger Clifton Marshall. Habersham County voters have approved at one cent special purpose local option sales tax geared heavily toward public safety. This is a big, big, uh, win. For public safety and average. That's Haversham County Commission Chairman Stacie Hall. Now the largest public safety expenditure is a $7.2 million upgrade of the county's public safety radio system that serves all agencies in the county. You can go to access WD went to read about other projects included in Splash 2021 for Haversham County. And Of course, you can find more election results There is well Wdun news time 6 30 for the state of Georgia, surpassing the 8000 mark for confirmed Covad 19 deaths The Georgia Department of Public Health, saying the numbers move beyond that milestone at three yesterday afternoon. Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, reaffirming the risks. They're pregnant. Women face when dealing with covert 19 G N ends Mitch Evans has the report A CDC study reveals pregnant women with the Corona virus may be at increased risk for severe illness and death, compared with women who are not pregnant. The analysis of around 400,000 females found that those between the ages of 15 and 40 for who were pregnant, We're more likely to die from the disease as well as being morte risk for I see you admission and invasive ventilation than non pregnant women and a number of apartment units damaged after a fire at a resort in White County on Monday night. A three story multi apartment type rental cabin in Cleveland's Mountain Lakes resort about 60% involved in flames when fire crews got there just before midnight. Those firefighters able to stop the fire from spreading into the other apartments, but one was left with fire damage. Several others had smoke damage. Nobody was injured. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. You'll find more news had access WD went. Okay, so I need to add something to what? I shot out just before we got to the half hour because we're talking about asking for advice, which you will do more than 6000 times in your life time, okay? An average of twice a week. You will ask somebody for advice. 104 times a year. If you want to spread it out evenly, which we know it's not. But the average adult has turned to 31 different people in their life for help. The number one person they turn to Mom, I was going to say, Mom, what would you D'oh And the second is Dad. Ah, poor old dad. Right there in second place taking place. There you go. But Tad usually gets asked after Mom doesn't give the answer that you want. But I'll tell you right now it looks like Google is it is gaining and YouTube is also gaining. So how do you fix this? Exactly? Exactly? Ondas. Somebody was saying the other day they were talking about something, and they said I was, I think was a heart procedure, something Well, you know, most people. That's not a do it yourself. You have to watch three videos to be able to do that. Most people can get through one. So you know, anyway, number one relationship advice. Financial advice, Career advice, cooking advice and car advice. Are your top five. We ask our friends for relationship advice. We asked Mom for cooking advice Dad for financial and car advice and career advice. We ask our partner, our spouse. Who replies? Yes. You should get a job, you lazy bum! Hurry up and get out of here. Exactly. My kids will ask me for a recipe. They don't really ask for my cooking advice. You're like, Hey, do you have a recipe for so and so? And listen, I know she's not awake yet. My mother is not a good cook. I know everybody thinks Oh, Mom, Mom's food. And she doesn't care. Okay? Owes me She did pretty well with some things, but she doesn't like to cook and So we don't bother her with that kind of stuff. And once we all moved out of the house, it wasn't like Let's go home. Get a home cooked meal, Mom, Um It was a home cooked meal. When you got that, you know somebody else cooked right now, my sister in law who is married to my middle brother, She's an awesome cook. They do stuff. I goto both of goto cooking schools and all that kind of stuff, And they're always coming up with something fancy and delicious. So why don't your are both your brothers were firefighters? No, my middle brother in his wife for teachers and my youngest brother and his wife for firefighters. OK now, But I'll bet none of them can cook. Well, because located around and if you don't want the firefighters in the house, boy Howdy. Yeah, yeah, they are. They're They're both pretty good cooks and Masters at the grill. That kind of thing. You know, your mom can't cook. But man, she can drop big block out of a Chevy and get it. Tim Back up. She's magik with a torque wrench. Just amazing. Well, that's not really No, She's seen the video. She's got the YouTube You can do it forecast on the way got to be a gorgeous fall day. 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"Really hard to describe it's very. It's not. It's probably I have no idea what you're manning, but I'll senate anyway George Senate to your email. Tom Roll Yay that'd be that'd be good man. That'd be really good. We'd love to have a listen, and obviously we'll. We'll keep it under Robson and. I mean not that I'll feedback venue significant boat. We Duh we will. We'll come back to you man. We'd love to have a listen. Yes absolutely and If you guys want, get on and do another chat. Back. On come up and we'll. We'll do that I'll be happy to do. That was talking to you guys? Have any other questions and rock mate is. It's one percent now. Oh, Shit, go! We've got quickfire questions for you Chris. We'll see if we can get through ten. T go favorite band. Beatles? FAVORITE ALBUM Guide said. Suit first album you ever purchased. Bon Jovi's slippery when wet. I gig you saw. You am I on the hi Fi Whites A. Favorite Festival you've applied. Will big gap. Any. FAVORITE INSTRUMENT FOR SHIT UTAH. Who's been your biggest influence? John Lennon. If you WANNA musician. What what are the profession would you be? Probably be packing boxes at a factory. Who's been the most fun to to with. Though Isis. I'm finally what will be written on your gravestone? Steph. What will be written on my gravestone their skin? It's GONNA be a list of all the people you want to say. Oh, she said Oh our list of people that I wanNA. Say Fuck you to actually. I just saw someone recently. I knew Mark Arnie. Now. Legend a dog. Wait Ryan I, now which is is is Fox, but it wasn't him somebody else who made a recording talking to all the people who were standing around his grave site and I thought. Wow, that's fantastic idea I might have to get involved with that. That was standing there, watching him get lowered into the ground news like I want everybody to listen and he. Just sort of was Mike can ever on I think I think dying is. It's. It's fucked in my experience. You know people. Get it wrong all the time. People don't understand other people's grief and I. Think you know when you dead? You did and I WanNa, talk finish off. Oh Dude! When you're dead, you dead! I'M WITHOUT REWRITE UP! pocus number fifty two Chris Sister Chris spent three hours going back and forth between his balcony, his bedroom and his lounge area as the juice on his battery was fading fast, and as we wrap our golden ten. We literally lost Chris at that moment, and that is the fine way to end the podcast ladies and gentlemen. That was Christa. What a legend!.

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"That level you're going to be twenty four hour news center top story this half hour thousands blanket Atlanta streets Friday night celebrating Juneteenth and to protest racial injustice police brutality and systemic inequities longer problem for people of color it started Friday morning with thousands at centennial Olympic Park and the celebration will continue through the weekend Friday of George's Senate panel approves a bill to create a hate crimes bill that would also extensive additional protections to police five Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to include police medics and firefighters the bill originally protected only people targeted for traits like race and gender WSP is top national story senator Amy Klobuchar's says her ninety two year old father is doing well after testing positive for coronavirus he plans to visit him through a window at his assisted living facility I Savannah man is going to prison ten years for mailing a death threat to a federal prosecutor Karen Crawford pled guilty to sending the front through the US mail and was sentenced Thursday his lawyer threatened to kill the system U. S. attorney Theodore Hertzberg no word yet on why Crawford wrote that letter WFSB news time eleven thirty one ninety five point five W. S. for the top local and national news at the top and bottom of every hour and when news breaks will break and immediately twenty four hours a day ninety five point five W. S. B. also streaming live on the WSB radio app and on your smart speaker hand on it you know the old saying if it sounds too good to be true it probably is exhibit eight mmhm.

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04:03 min | 2 years ago

"george senate" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"United States in the Taliban have agreed to sign a peace deal next week aimed at ending eighteen years of war in Afghanistan and bringing US troops home from America's longest running conflict and fulfilling one of president Donald trump's main campaign promises the planned signing depends on the success of a week long nationwide reduction in violence agreement which would see a halt all Taliban attacks and is due to start at midnight local time today if it's successful the peace agreement will be signed in del hock Crowder on February twenty ninth and could pave the way for a withdrawal of U. S. troops and the start of all Afghan negotiations reporter Sarah Walton has more U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the agreement will be closely monitored but it's not being described as a ceasefire the move follows more than a year of talks between US and Afghan Taliban representatives but the Afghan government was not posted discussions American troops have been fighting in Afghanistan for more than eighteen years but in many parts of the country violence is linked to local tribal disputes a permanent peace deal could see a reduction in the thirteen thousand U. S. troops currently stationed in the country I'm Sarah Wilson in New York president Donald Trump today dismissed new warnings from U. S. intelligence experts that Russia is interfering in this year's election campaign and revived old grievances and claiming that Democrats are determined to undermine the legitimacy of his presidency allegiance officials told lawmakers in a classified briefing last week that Russia is meddling with the hope of getting trump re elected but trump is pushing back against the notion that Russia is working again to help them win accusing Democrats of trying to politically damage him trump tweeted another misinformation campaign is being launched by Democrats in Congress saying that Russia prefers me to any of the do nothing Democrat candidates who still have been unable to after two weeks count their votes in Iowa hoax number seven and sort of straight sets a day after the February thirteenth briefing to the house intelligence committee trump be rated the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire in a meeting at the White House then this week trump abruptly fired McGuire replacing him with Richard Grinnell a trump loyalist who also will hold the job in an acting capacity trump tweeted today that he was considering for candidates to serve as permanent Intel director and expected to make a decision within the next few weeks he told reporters last night the Republican congressman Doug Collins of Georgia was among those he's considering but Collins is vying for one of George's Senate seats said today he's not interested the installation of ground now even in a temporary role has raised questions among critics about whether trump is more interested in having a loyalist instead of someone steeped in the complicated inner workings of international intelligence Grinnell has a background that is primarily in politics and media affairs most recently he's been serving as trump's chief envoy to Germany there is a report that he intends to keep doing that job as well as serving as acting director of intelligence as part of Moscow's efforts to it was not.

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"george senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"george senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Start feeling any symptoms on what that these what they should do next test results from the possible case of coronavirus in San Diego county are expected back from the CDC this afternoon protest against simply bill five was held at the state capitol today the law bans most forms of independent contracting in California it was authored by local assemblywoman Lorraine Gonzalez the Nevada county Republican Party which is hosting a rally says the law has deprived countless people of their livelihoods want to save money and make your household more efficient than start by eating the food you buy CBS news Jim Chevy explains a new study suggests the average American household waste nearly a third of its food researchers at Penn state university say collectively we waste an estimated two hundred forty billion dollars worth of food each year or an average of eighteen hundred sixty six dollars per household how much of the food wastage due to spoilage produce that could probably still beaten safely what has degraded in his appearance it's actually healthier lifestyles that are increasing food waste as more people add fruits and veggies to their shopping lists your mission of B. C. B. S. news now here's news it's heather Myers with your micro climate forecasts topping out in the sixties at the beaches upper sixties in low seventies for most of the inland valley communities temperatures drop down only on Wednesday of this week before shooting right back up on Thursday by the time we get to Thursday were under a Santa Ana system that will carry us through the weekend by Saturday will be in the seventies at the beaches eighties for the inland valley communities on aim seven six C. I'm news it's heather Myers right now it's sunny and sixty five in Oceanside the undefeated Aztecs men's basketball team is on its way to Albuquerque for tomorrow night showdown with the New Mexico Lobos this weeks rankings have the Aztecs holding that number four in the nation Albright winnable coming up AM seven sixty talking breaking news Wednesday morning Armstrong get a show disturbing new study allies actually travel around the world faster more successfully than the truth here's the truth broke winnable honey and seven sixty talk and breaking news eight hundred seven sixty care from a the first argument Justin in Carlsbad Justin welcome to the show what's on your mind today Sir April thanks for taking my call thank you I appreciate the positive spin on the impeachment I think one day he can walk just like Michael Corleone in the godfather learned through the trader who set up the meeting right he finds out that's taffy well I think in the find out with the swamp about Republicans are five who both for businesses I think we got to keep in mind for five ten years from now when these same people the mit Romney's the Bolton fast hold brand the Republicans comes to the all state we need them for us you may not be perfect for an alternative to the Democrats to remember that yeah there is no legitimate reason tablet that's that's right you know that so when McConnell so she doesn't have the votes she people who ran as Republic your goal is for you returns yeah look to have witnesses they want something to happen okay part of the set up and so to remember that okay I don't use it okay your your phone's your phone is dropping out that Johnny was one cutting short yeah I like your passion and I like the way you're thinking Justin is it we're it's it's it's dropping out every every third word so let's look here because this is an important thing to kind of consider who's up for election reelection in the Senate in twenty right so I'll give you I'll give you who it is I'll go through the list it's a third of the Senate okay so it's about thirty the serene extract is always a third every two years Dow Jones is a Democrat he's in the Jeff sessions see I I don't know if he's gonna vote for witnesses but I'm willing to bet he's gonna probably vote for quite a Martha make Sally Arizona and Cory Gardner both of them are in a tough spot more than excel he's not won a race to become a senator and Cory Gardner sting challenged very heavily R. Kelly loss lower or Leffler she's in Georgia she's a Republican that's to see Doug Collins is going to run for Leffler is a conservative is sh person on David Perdue is also up in Georgia bulls George's Senate seats are up Joni Ernst in Iowa she is somebody that people have been suspicious of okay a pack Robert H. Roberts is not running for reelection it's an open seat Mitch McConnell is running for reelection Susan Collins is running for reelection and she's really up against it in Michigan Gary Peters is up in Minnesota Tina Smith is up in Mississippi Cindy Hyde Smith is up Republican Montana Steve Gaines is up Republican North Carolina Tom Telesis up Republican New Hampshire jeans shakiness up Democrat Tom Udall is hop from New Mexico he's not running for reelection John Cornyn in Texas is out he's running for reelection those are seats that are questionable those are potentially vulnerable seats the safe seats this is a seats you know you Dan Sullivan allow Alaska Tom cotton Arkansas tunes Delaware riche from Idaho door bins from from Illinois bill Cassidy from Louisiana marquee from Massachusetts sass from Nebraska Cory Booker Jim and off Merkley from or again Jack reed Lindsey Graham Mike rounds from South Dakota Lamar Alexander to open seat he's not he's not running mark Warner Virginia damn Shelley compete Republican from West Virginia and Mike Enzi who's not running for reelection he's from Wyoming to say see so those first seats I just gave you okay just to go back over the names very quickly very quickly Doug Jones Martha make Sally Cory Gardner Kelly Leffler Purdue Ernst Roberts is C. McConnell Susan Collins Gary Peters Tina Smith Cindy Hyde Smith Steve Daines Thom Tillis gene shrieking Tom Udall that's a seat it's open basically a corn in those your seats that could be affected a deleterious flea bite by what's going to happen here my suspicion is core gardener is a Republican it's probably gonna vote for witnesses he's kinda scared of running for reelection the Joni Ernst I think is a little suspect I don't know how tight how tough she is Susan Collins is suspect when when you look at the Republicans that remain Thom Tillis is sort of suspect now I've given you for that's it that's for that's for the can vote for witnesses the Republicans I I don't know how it's gonna play out so when you say okay we'll look back to these people are I don't think they care to be honest with you like they they don't care about the they don't care about the witnesses and and how this is going to play out there just gonna do what they think is going to be good for their skin and to be honest with you McConnell's got a horse trade with some of these people and say okay you vote for witness it helps retain the seat that's cool you can vote for the witness if you think if you think it's gonna help you keep that seat I'll get somebody on the other side to vote against the witnesses who is not up for election the horse trading here this is gonna be where you see sausage getting made and that's that's what's a truly frustrating situation but these are senators who if they feel like they need to have more information I'm gonna support this and if they really are afraid of losing their seats then they're going to support this is sort of an investigation it's really not it's actually very interesting in terms of a wind Mexican migration authorities say they have deported twenty three hundred Hondurans who illegally crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States the quote assisted return of central Americans took place between January eighteenth and this past Monday according to the Interior Ministry international migration institute Mexico so a thousand and sixty four migrants were deported on National Guard planes and charter aircraft in a statement Mexico's doing this another twelve hundred and thirty nine were repatriated by land from the southern states of Chiapas and Tabasco Chiapas and Tabasco why am I saying it like that because I gave very specific and fastens last night with the Chinese story that we did not feel like I need to spread around yeah the central Americans entered Mexico last week from Guatemala with the so called twenty twenty caravan detention heading to the United States we got a twenty twenty impeachment we got a twenty twenty caravan we got twenty twenty election updates here and seven sixty KFMB featuring the musical stylings of Danone got twenty twenty everywhere but I just don't see the vision tend to their members a National Guard last Thursday used tear gas as they arrested some eight hundred members of the caravan along the southern border with what the model causing panic among migrants including women and children thousands of central Americans have crossed from Mexico towards the United States in caravans arisen here's why you know the old story poverty and violence and gangs that means they get to come to the first safe country which is the United States I don't know if that's going hold on so this is a good sign because this shows that the present United States and his U. S. M. C. A. is paying dividends because animals willing to work with analysts want anymore inter pressure in his own country and you know what animals can use in terms of cover for this sort of thing I promise you he's going to use the corona virus because he's going to say we don't know where people are coming from we don't know what they're potentially contagious are infected with so we want you all to stay on your side of the border we're gonna stand our southern border we're gonna figure this out but that's an important story it's not getting covered anywhere out there in the press more broadly eight hundred seven sixty KFMB one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two I wanna go was I am Brett whatever yes see hello I have seven sixty talking breaking news Jim shore that's got the update was going on Jan the tsunami threat has passed following a seven point seven magnitude earthquake in the Caribbean this morning there were no reports of casualties are heavy damage after the temblor struck in the seat between Cuba and Jamaica residents as far as Miami say they felt the tremors from the powerful quake Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas says a thousand nose to the Mideast peace plan announced by president trump today it's strongly favors Israel the plan would create a Palestinian state in parts of the west bank but would allow Israel to annex nearly all of its settlements in the occupied territory trump called it a win win proposal the US state department says that the chartered plane sent to China to pick up Americans in the city of Wuhan has departed and is in route.

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LeBron James Wears Shorts With His Suit

Frank Fontana

04:15 min | 4 years ago

LeBron James Wears Shorts With His Suit

"Well here. The ones who are usually handing The, sitting, down now if they stand. Up, sometimes generally they don't but it's usually You know you probably, drive it home So you're not. Watching these, two gentlemen in the morning I know exactly what you're talking about it and it's interesting because I would guess that some people like anchors and sports guys don't even wear suit paints. Because I remember I did a did a TV spot Fox Sports news show, and Tom Waddell was one of the co hosts Anton had jeans he had like a suit jacket and tie had a pair of jeans shorts on at one point Because they don't have to stand, up right now folks. You have cancer and like it might be in, the evening I'm. Usually not at home to watch the weather in the evening but it's an early in the morning Starting five six seven eight hundred Standing there and they just looks so silly because they. All are dressed the same way it, looks like it's a new suit but it looks like, it belongs on a little boy and, I just want to say guys look at a mirror to have your, mother, dressed, you again Thanks Margaret take care have, a good have a good day see now when I'm watching Dan as. You know when. I'm watching weather in. The morning it's Tracy Butler So it's not Don't care what these other guys are weird because I'm gonna watch Tracy Butler. Men to that so always wonderful look and she dressed fantastically. All the time so you had mentioned that. Other shorts thing there's a big hubbub because during the NBA finals is a. Team building exercise LeBron James asked the Cavaliers to all wear, suits with shorts so they were all wearing soup pants that had been cut tailored tailored. To. Be sure yes Let's let's seems a little weird to me yes so. But it it it created great debates because the NBA players are by far the most fashion. Forward of all your sport oh there's no question about there. Was a lot of people questioning whether it. Was the right route to go or not to go and get caused major. Debates tells major debates shorts suits that were tailored to be, short correct so they were it wasn't like he was wearing George Senate a suit and, tie Now we're okay let me ask you this was the suit The. Suit jacket and the shirt long? Sleeve. They, were yes okay. So it was, a false full-sleeve yes okay Tai. Whole thing. But the short the. Pants were short right They were short short-sleeved, yeah Sleeveless that would that's. A good fashion? Faux by you know what if you're going to anywhere besides, work wear long sleeve shirt that's that's. The thing I can. Understand, 'cause my, get hot, no no weddings no one no one of my favorite. Lines ever in the. Simpsons Is? When they're going? To an event or something I can't remember what it is, but homework comes downstairs he's got a. Tie short sleeved shirt. And, Marge is, like you, can't wear that Homer and he goes sipowicz does it She's like what you you can't do, that go back upstairs, and change and then he goes I wish I. Was sipowicz For those of you. Don't remember, NYPD blue, that was Dennis FRANZ. Is characters name and he, did wear short-sleeved shirts, with ties all the time Sipowicz does it All right. Let's break here, we got a we got news coming up and then we'll jump back into this topic, because you know. I'm so fashionable I am. A fashion plate it goes David. Bowie than me That's how it works Let's take a break Welcome back everybody how you doing the kajillions here on seven twenty WGN We. Are live. In. The AllState skyline studio here we're in studio this morning The overlooking the lake here and we're..

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