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03:30 min | 3 months ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Certainly aren't gonna know who your ideal customer is then in additional world because it they might be different types of consumers from different parts of the country or the world and it even though they think there's this huge you know big difference between digital marketing and you know you're old school yellow pages and taking out ads in the newspaper kind of stuff. The premise is still the same. You have to have a product or service that solves the problem or makes things easier better for people. And if you don't have that straight the you can do all kinds of marketing in the world you're gonna remarketing basically air and it's not gonna get anywhere so i'm sure you've ran into some of those things as well and there's got to be an uncomfortable conversation a To talk to somebody it's like don't necessarily have a product or service here but we can market what you have and see what we have but it. It's i'm sure you run into that from time to time. And you're thinking okay. This won't be successful. Not because of your marketing and the things you're doing and telling them to do they just have something that is at marketable. So how do you navigate around that very good question and that we have a very different approach to this. Because we don't start with the product we start with. Who is the product for. what is your marketing messaging. And if that is lacking l. Say that in most cases it is always lacking not. Because it's not there. It's just that they have. We haven't pulled it out yet. We haven't gotten to the discovery phase of that so most of the time. What happens is clients. Come to be there. Like i have a product or service. Let's go and i'm like no the first thing we need to do. Is i understand your strategy. Strategic goals so we always do with strategic goals. Worksheet where we're like okay. What is the vision for the company. Where do you want to be in next year..

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Of course we know that a lot of businesses suffered a lot of especially that were had more traditional marketing and had more traditional ways. I think like the brick and mortar stores in the retail stores. But then there's a lot of businesses that are thriving right like avezzano is killing it so it's not just it's just it's just a change now rates business. They're doing really well. So it's not just. I thought like all businesses are are suffering. Yeah you can tell. The businesses that are thriving online space for sure in not just retail. Although know we've seen that in consumer spending has been increasing over the last few months so again there's an option for an organization. Say okay spending is up. I have a fiscal store that i have limited hours. Our depending on where they are they may not be able to open depending on what type of business air will use you workout centers or gymnasiums or physiotherapy or things like that. I've seen successful businesses pivot and and they're still staying open virtually and doing some things to make it easier for them to continue to generate revenue in. What's happened and i apologize for. Having some somebody pulled the smoke detector. Hopefully my editor can pull this hour having some funded a gene with technology and someone probably the smoking in my garage. So i apologize for that Hopefully the balance won't be too long. Gary apologize but end of the day. What what are some different businesses.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back. I'd be a gene ginsburg on gene. How are you. I am doing. Excellent how are you. I'm great and i know we were talking a bit in the free show and background story. Real quick both had some internet connections people. So it's it's real life Things happened but Able to get things going on there so you're doing some amazing work. I you know. I see on my lengthen feed and instagram. You're you're sitting there having tea and coffee with gary vander. Chuck and like hey. I know that it and it's like wait a minute. I know her too. It's like okay this it's been amazing conversations and and you know the work that's going on right now in in both of you on top of what's going on right now and what's needed right now especially when it comes to marketing and marketing so it what are some things you know i you know. Share your background a little bit and then than dive into what are some things you're seeing that people should be focusing especially now during a pandemic because you know the world is is different than it was you know nine months ago and it'd be interesting to see your perspective on things you're seeing that are working and maybe some things that people organization should have just a little bit in order to continue to be successful even during a pandemic absolutely. Yeah i can start a little bit of an introduction about myself. So i'm gene ginsburg. I'm a digital marketing experts. I've been doing this for thirteen years and started my business. Almost eight years ago started a digital marketing agency. Consultancy added in education piece of the company all on the topics of digital marketing and social media. I use social media very significantly in my business. I feel like it's a critical piece of my business and also any clients i work with. That is a big piece of what i helped them with. Its social media finding new customers online. So that's basically my background and i have additional..

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

15:03 min | 1 year ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"I think to the turnaround. Time of campaigns and seeing things are working or not timeframe is shortened up dramatically absolutely CEO. Obviously before with things like sending out mailers. And things like that. You know it's hard to it to make to see the analytics right because you're not sure. How many eyeballs have have gotten onto those mailers for example but now yes absolutely. We're seeing so the data so much more tighter because everything is on your devices. You know whether it's your desktop or your mobile device and we are seeing results much more quickly and we can make changes and we can make optimizations to campaigns. Much more quickly as well absolutely. What's the point I find it for before you know 'cause I've been in business for quite a long time? And you know thinking back to the marketing campaigns that we used to do in in the finance arena and whatnot were newsletters and postcards and and occasional phone calls and things like that where are our reaches definitely much larger and you can access it a lot faster than we did before but on the flip side because it's so vast you get lost in the weeds so what are some ideas you give people to can help them stand out in the. Sea of everybody out there on social media trying to get the attention of of very very picky consumer right. I would say to stand out Being interesting or funding is always great. But not all of us can do. There were not always could create content. That's very unique or funny so I would say the one thing that we can all do to stand out more is really pinpoint. The challenges or pain points that our audiences are having in the sense that like they realize that you know what their challenges and pain points are and if you can do that well and get your messaging down. Then I would say that's really the critical thing. On what makes you stand out because if you're creating messaging that's not getting to the challenges and pain points of your of your audiences than that's really diluted messaging and so if you can be funny yes that would be great. You could probably get a lot of views that way or you know cute little videos or dog videos but it might not always be helping you in the sense of Your Business. But really if I would say to to distill it down getting your messaging right and helping your business would be in to help your business. I think it would be the best thing I would recommend. I've seen social media accounts. That are really really good at entertaining. I'll pick on you know. They're not a sponsor but you know the whole thing that happened. In two thousand eighteen with the chicken sandwich wars you know we're Wendy's and chick fillet and all the others you know. Wendy's they're entertaining And their social media they are they are. They've got a really strong social media people that are entertaining engaging the use I like to call nice and dry sarcastic humor and other funny stuff too and then sometimes there's organizations that that try it it's not it's under wheelhouse and it kind of blows up in their face when they try to do something and it's so it's a delicate thing in in again the consumer is really finicky and it's one of those things where you launch a campaign and you're like okay. This could go well or could blow up all it. Kinkel blow up blow up close up on a magnitude that you're pr people are going on now. Yeah so that's why a lot of organizations when they're smart you know they have a review process of anything that's shared out there because sometimes You could do. Something really really really cost some problems but the brand well even kiss. You know to date this. You know you yesterday the Super Bowl Commercial Super Bowl's coming up and planters. You know is is killed off Mr Peanut and you know that went crazy because when you're I'm looking at twitter and I'm looking at social media fitness. See Mr Peanut. I'm like what is Mr Peanut trending about. See a look any like. Wow okay. This is interesting and it. It was basically a commercial but it's going to air on the Super Bowl but you know I got released early and all of a sudden you see all the stuff and you're like wow this is taken on a life of its own and it's such an interesting dynamic that a brand could say something or do something and gets so much reaction in communication about it and bring brand awareness to it It's it's an interesting world to watch because it's you never know when something is is going to go viral and when it does hopefully in a positive way and not negative right absolutely yes. We do need to keep an eye on that just to make sure that where. It's not hurting the brand but yeah I would say that's an interesting. Why didn't I did not see the one about Mr Peanut? Sorry about that spoiler alert. Yeah I know good counselors I can refer you to somebody if you needed to talk to somebody about the death of Mr Peanut but But yeah it'll be from their standpoint. I think it's a rebranding and it's a really interesting way to go about rebranding in again. That's the creativity of things. That's that's the one thing that I enjoy about. All of this is it's bringing out creativity in in people and redrawing lines as far as what you can do in marketing. And I think it's great for me. You know just backstory on my original career was public accounting and we made fun of marketing people and we always yelled at him for spending too much money Now I wish I would have paid more attention marketing back then because I would have had a much easier time launching my business instead of a steep learning curve when I I did break but at the end of the day I understand You know the benefits of it and and encourage it. I celebrate Different Marketing Yeah. Something different like wow. That's a new approach. And even in this oversaturated world that we're in where we get bombarded with so many things when something stands out a little bit differently it catches your attention ego while that was really really well done. Yeah that's true and then like I said you know if you can make your marketing more interesting and unique and created then yes absolutely. That's one way to stand out but otherwise I would say definitely honing in on your deal. Target markets just CEO. Speaking to them at a very very personal level. Yes common mistake that I see organizations make is the China market. Everybody and they need to know who their ideal customers and talk with them. And you know a good colleague of mine years ago told me so when you're doing your marketing and your writing or anything like that you're getting your mind. Your ideal customer. Who are they give them a name? What do they do? Who are they in when you writer Creator Do Anything? Act as if you're talking to that individual desire other people that are going to be like them that are gonNa Resonate. Which will be along the same lines of who you're trying to reach Now if you get other people that aren't necessarily in that same niche and they still wanna be your customer awesome. That's great that's that's you know. That's extra putting effort email but at the end of the day. You're you're focusing on things and you're getting a really fine tune what that consumer customer needs. And if you do that well New Your Business will take off it. Just that's how it works. Yep absolutely that's the one thing that I always stress when I talked to clients or customers like no we are targeting. Because if you don't then everything that you do after that whether it's your messaging whether it's your could creating campaigns are going on facebook or creating content like if you're getting the ideal target Margaret wrong than all of that will follow and be wrong and then then you're not gonna get the results that you want so really understanding before jumping into facebook. Ads is understanding who you're trying to target. And what where do they all about? And how do you speak to them when she had that information and it takes time? You think you may know who your audience is and you may discover now. That's your audience is actually a completely different genre. And you're like how in the world did I end up over here but it's but in sometimes you scratch your head. You're like well over here. I'm going to be profitable on do quite well. This is where I'm going to work and it it's in the eye. You say what I should be over here. Well you still if you want to test from time to time but if your resources and revenue streams and success is all coming from over here then. You're foolish if you don't take advantage of that as long as you can properly serve that that audience in that customer. If if you if you feel when you still get fulfillment out of what you're doing by helping you know that group then by all means do it. Yeah absolutely so always. Always good to talk about Margaret. Yeah you could talk for hours on on that for sure but I s t to wrap up what. What's one piece of advice that you always give people? You're working with these. See Time and time again that they stumble on. I'm guessing the the audiences and figuring out who their market actually is one. But do you see anything else. E Connolly encounter well when they're Miss Stepping on on their digital marketing or marketing campaigns I mean the questions I.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got gene GINSBURG online. Gene how are you? I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me here. I'm super excited to chat with you today. Likewise likewise so you're bestselling author. You've been featured in Entrepreneur Forbes huff post and you focus on digital marketing amongst other things so we can go in a lot of different directions this but I think one of the wears. I want to start with is here. We are at the time this recording his twenty twenty and there's always new things going on in the world especially when it comes to digital marketing. But what are some things you're seeing that are on the horizon that you think are GonNa be if not game changers things to really help organizations strengthen their their digital marketing platform and and I guess a follow up question will be you know what are some things that have been around a while that are probably tried and true and will always be around. So I'll hand the hand it over to you and let you run with those rate. So in terms of what I think is on the horizon. I think one of the things that I'm seeing quite a bit in terms of social media platforms is tick tock and your kids you stick to or are they a little older other all either teenager above so. I'm sure that they are. They haven't connected with me yet so I I'm I haven't looked for them either but I'm connected with among other channels but then occasionally I'll see something like wait a minute. That's not your account and I'm like Oh you got a secret account that you don't want the got it. Okay but yeah yeah. I'm sure that they have it. Yeah so I would say tick tock is one of the things that I would say is is is turning out to be the next social media platform so we've had google. We've had facebook. We've had instagram. And Y- those are I don't WanNa say saturated but definitely have been around for a long time so one of the groups that I follow or sprawling Gary Bainer Charkhi also talks a lot about tick tock as well So I would definitely think that. That's definitely the one on the horizon in terms of engaging with audiences especially ones that are younger. Because then they're gonNA age up into talking so eventually get jobs and make money so it's always good to think about you. Know what that's GonNa look like in the next five years or so or the next several years so I would say that's probably the most future in the sense. The most new thing that's I think is in the horizon. That's like pretty pretty upcoming like in the next. Let's say six months to a year over the next leg. I'd say under two years if we're talking about long term what can help businesses in what I think is on the horizon kind of longer terms. Let's five to ten years. I think what I'm seeing is that things are moving more into the AI. Space when it comes to digital marketing. It's very new now but I've already started seeing copywriting and I don't know if you're seen that or you're familiar without. I've seen a couple things that haven't dived in too much but one thing I've noticed about a is it the sky's the limit on it and I've seen it work really well on a variety. Different things not just you know calling into check your credit card balance or something like that which you obviously do online too but occasionally you're not in front of a computer like okay. I've I've been on this vacation for a few days. How much more vacationing can I do? And you see you see a check on those things but And it's all AI driven But Yeah I've seen so the sky's the limit with it but yeah no tell me about the the copywriting. Frankas that that really. I see all kinds of potential that not only from copyrighting standpoint But also an academic setting where you know there's plagiarism has always been a huge challenge where. I could flush some of that out and I'm sure the students of tomorrow are going to be overly happy to hear that but I see schools and professors utilizing ai to say okay. Has This report. The you have written has been published somewhere else before or is this something of your work. You're your own writing style and all of that so now. I'd love to hear your thoughts on that. So there's actually a website called copy. Pro Dot AI. Which for anybody. Who was interested in Going there I don't have any relation to that to that. I'm not like an affiliate or anything for them. It's just somebody that I was talking to mention to me. So if anybody wants to check it out but basically it's It's a way to have a I create copy for you without you having to do it and it's already happening now. I've actually was reading an article. I don't know about a year ago where sports sections of newspapers are mostly written by now. Because they're very talented when it comes to sports right like it's not. There's not too many things that you need to think about too much when it comes to writing about a game or you know let's say it. Nfl game or a baseball game or anything like that so all of those not all but some of them are already being written by a now. So it's already happening. Definitely I'M GONNA test that out on some things that I generate. Of course I enjoy writing but I think for additional content There's definitely some options. Especially if it's something where I'm like. Okay I've written about this before but is there something that could be a little bit different take a slightly different angle on a particular subject? That could really do it. So thank you for that That reference a. I think that would be something that I think. A lot of us would be Benefit by especially in the entrepreneur space as content creators and were putting stuff out there. I think any additional tool so we can use to help streamline some things definitely goes a long way yeah I mean. I think it's all pretty new so I don't know one hundred percent if it's like ready to go and if it's really generating the copy that you want but I'm just saying that this is definitely on. Its way there so something to think about would be like copy but I also think from what I'm seeing and just trends is. I think it's all moving in that direction right so right now everything when it comes to digital is more you know someone on a manual basis. Now of course there's automation sequences and things like that. That are more automated. But for example setting up like facebook campaigns optimizing facebook campaigns these are all manual processes now and so in the future. I think that what's GonNa Happen is that there's GonNa be a strategist a creative person. Who's going to be basically managing those pieces kind of a strategy and the creative side of things but everything else would then be managed created by like copy in setting a facebook ads or whatever. Maybe Tick Tock ads in the next five years. Maybe not facebook managing those optimizing making sure that any ads. That are not working are turned off automatically. So it's like now is much more of a manual process where you have to review the ads you have to review the analytics and you have to optimize manually. So this is where I'm seeing things happening but this is very much in the infancy stages so this is I think it's going to be in the next five or ten years. I think the next decade going to really be interesting as things because we we've seen what's happened in the last ten years with facebook and twitter really taking often linked in getting a little bit more proactive on some things. And of course you know instagram. Those brand new and all the other and snap and you name it. There's always things there stoically before it's like okay. There's GONNA be a couple brands per se that are gonNA stick around and the rest would fall by the wayside but one of discovering here is many of these brands. I think are going to be around for a while as long as you know financially. Smart don't do anything foolish because they've got a strong audience. Space that is made up of of different people. And they've but there's some that you know obviously crossover into all those things so if if you're advising you know business startup for example and you said. Okay what they ask you. What social media platform should I be on? I guess that's going to depend on what they're doing. And and how? They want to market their business. Yep absolutely so so. That's what I think is going to be happening over the next five to ten years in the roaring twenty s yes the roaring twenty s say. I'm sure that we will definitely be seeing the twentieth type clothing and a tire in in all the other fun stuff which is good Hopefully we don't have another a great depression like we did the last of the twentieth. So flee we. We've learned our lesson from that. Little Extravaganza is Read Stories and had family members that had to endure. That and definitely wasn't a fun time for people so I don't WanNa preach I know you you you talk. Original career was in kind of the marketing space in things. Like that. And I'm guessing there's a lot of marketing foundations that you know pass through into the digital marketing space. But what are some differences that you've noticed in the last decade and some change on how you do marketing compared to you know when you first entered the marketing arena. Well that was definitely an easy answer social media. I mean and mobile I would say those are deaf so I started marketing. I got my first marketing job. Fifteen years ago and back then. Of course there wasn't any sort of spoke or instagram. I think facebook was needed around if started like two thousand and six thousand seven or like that At least to the public I think it was available to college students but not to the public so when I first heard it was much more of an analog so we were doing things like mailers and trade shows which I think trade shows still kind of around but not as popular anymore just because you can do everything online now owned virtually so that was definitely a big shift over the last ten fifteen years has been social media and then mobile so everything now when you know when I first started. Everything was on the desktop. We didn't have mobile devices to make phone calls but there wasn't it wasn't any smartphones at that time rate so I Apple smartphone IPHONE came out in two thousand eight or something like that so nothing on mobile and then over the last ten years mobile has exploded rights at the beginning it was just like sending text messages and making calls but now we have apps and all of the social media platforms are on mobile too so we spend so much time much more time.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There was a magazine. Many decades ago called fact Heff ACT. And on the cover issue volume. One issue five. It said the following. One thousand one hundred and eighty nine psychiatrists say, Barry Goldwater is psychologically unfit to be president exlamation. Mark. It was put out by editor and publisher Ralph Ginzburg. And it is a long disgusting piece. A long disgusting piece. It starts off that the Senator is divorced from reality is unfortunate that he may soon be able to divorce of all of us from realities. Terrifying. America's a strong country. She has survived presidents like grant and Eisenhower this level of intelligence and civilian affairs. Was what one would expect of generals, and it has survived a president like Artie who did not even have the excuse of being general. It has had the strength to survive paranoia. Like Huey long far stall McCarthy who achieve such great power and influence and political life that they were seriously considered for the presidency, and it is survive five totalitarian semi-secret quasi-military groups like the clan, the Naxi Bundy and the communist party, but now for the first time in our history. America is facing an awesome combination of all three threats in Goldwater candidacy on a major party ticket. She faces the possibility of electing a president who's grasp of international fair matches Harding's whose personality traits are reminiscent of far stalls and McCarthy's and it was backed by a well organized blindly, ruthless, totalitarian, secretive and powerful movement. It is the combination of these facts. That makes an investigation into the mental condition. The Republican candidate candidate so crucial. Go what is lack of intelligence in itself would not be catastrophic and ability to.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Legal Wars

Legal Wars

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Legal Wars

"He knew it would ruffle feathers. That was the whole idea he pulled more than twelve thousand psychiatrists for their opinion on whether Goldwater was fit for the job more than one thousand of them said absolutely not Goldwater lost badly. For ginsburg. The issue was a triumph. But now he's in court for libel. Accused of defaming gold waters character by publishing false statements in his magazine for Ginsburg to win. The jury will have to agree that the statements in fact magazine weren't lie bliss because they were based in well fact for Goldwater to win hill need to get past nineteen sixty four supreme court precedent of the New York Times co ver- Sullivan that decision asserted that writers are only guilty of libel against public figures, if what they wrote meets the standard of actual malice. Actual malice means either they knew what they were writing was ally. Or didn't care if it was true or false, Barry Goldwater and Ralph Ginzburg or about to present competing representations of Goldwater psyche. Competing sets of proof as a politician berry Goldwater had a shoot from the hip reputation. His supporter said he was a bold and uncompromising war hero who would lead the country to new heights of prosperity and world dominance. His opponents said he was a lunatic who would drop a nuke at the slightest provocation. So the jury would have to decide did gold waters past and present reveal and honest and trustworthy public servant. Earnestly tried to do his best first country or budding psychotic just barely able to conceal his madness. And more importantly, what did Ralph Ginzburg think was true when he sent the Goldwater issued a press and you'll have to decide to after all what you're about to hear. It's taken word for word from what was said in the court. Order in the court. To learn about Barry Goldwater? Prosecutors call the people closest to him starting with his wife Peggy Goldwater looks cheerful and calm and navy blue suit white blouse, she's being questioned by her husband's attorney, Roger Robb. Now. Let me direct your attention to one of the answers from psychiatrists quoted in the magazine from TV appearances, it is apparent that Goldwater hates and fears his wife, what do you say about that? Well, I think that is the most ridiculous state just a moment. Ginsberg's attorney Harris Steinberg interjects, I think I will object to this because this is from one of the doctors letters, and unless.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on Legal Wars

Legal Wars

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on Legal Wars

"Out there. That's ally. Ally knows you deserve better. And their mission is to be just that with ally Bank. You'll get interest rates up to twenty times the national average and live customer care. You can chat with a real person twenty four seven even on weekends and holidays. They won't surprise you with hidden fees or confuse you with fancy jargon allies team, actually cares about doing right by you and your money. Get yourself a better bang. Go to ally dot com to find out more. That's A L L Y dot com ally. Do it right ally. Bank member FDIC. Hey, it's hill. Harper was some really exciting news. You can now listen to new episodes of legal wars completely ad free exclusively on Stitcher premium. In addition to our adv, free episodes. You can also listen to tons of other ad free. One to reshow 's plus was Stitcher premium. You'll get access to hundreds of hours of original content. Audio documentaries and exclusive bonus episodes from some of your other favorite podcasts. You can sign up now for a free month of Stitcher premium by going to Stitcher premium dot com slash wondering and using the promo code wondering. Then once you're signed up just download the Stitcher app for IOS or Android and start listening that Stitcher premium dot com slash wondering and promo code wondering. From wondering, I'm hill Harper, and this is legal wars in the controversial journalist Ralph Ginzburg decided to devote an issue of his new magazine fact to attacking the controversial nineteen sixty four for publican presidential candidate, Barry Goldwater..

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"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

"AP's my campaign reports it's the first time in more than a quarter century accord spokeswoman says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike Kemp in Washington. Pope Francis says the Roman Catholic church aims to shed full light on clergy sex abuse and cover-ups AP correspondent serious shackling reports on next month's meeting of bishops from around the world Francis called February's meeting. A further step in the church efforts to shed full light on the facts speaking to diplomats at the Vatican Francis called the abuse of minors, one of the violence and most heinous crimes conceivable. He said the church was working to combat and prevent abuse and its concealment. He also said the church was working, Tom covet church. Hierarchies involvements and to deliver Justice to minus who have suffered sexual violence aggravated by the abuse of power and conscience, I'm Sarah shaklee. The eagles advanced to the NFC divisional round AP's. David Shuster reports it comes on to score. And a missed field goal in the final minute. Nick foles two yard touchdown pass to golden Tate on fourth down with under a minute to go proved to be the game winning points as the eagles defeated the bear sixteen fifteen and a wildcard matchup tape. Said it was a battle to the end as playoff football right there for you. That's why we play this game of predator towns. Like now, you know once you get to January and February. That's why we show of April. I'll work hard trying to do some special.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Rhonda Ron. President Trump is going to be traveling to the US Mexico border Thursday. The announcement comes as the president shows no signs of budging from his demand for more than five billion dollars for a wall along the border, a partial government shutdown continue obviously want to resolve this issue with congress. That's a priority. We feel that the Democrats are delaying this process. White House director of strategic communications Mercedes slap says the goal is to find the resources to secure the border. We know this is not only a humanitarian crisis that we're seeing in the southern border. We're also seeing a national security crisis. House speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to begin passing individual bills to reopen agencies in the coming days. Ed Donahue, Washington. Vice President Mike Pence says the White House counsel's office is reviewing whether President Trump can legally declare nationally emergency to secure funding for wall ending no decisions. Been made though about a declaration Pence told reporters Democrats refusing to negotiate on the border funding issue, but says tax returns will be issued as planned despite the shutdown. Meanwhile, the president's planning on addressing the nation Tuesday night for the first time in a quarter century supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments accord, spokeswoman says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is working from home while. She recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine in two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

"AP's Mike Kemp and reports it's the first time in more than a quarter century accord spokeswoman says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth's when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg, head cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine in two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike Kemp in Washington. Mastercard says it's removing the word MasterCard from the pair of interlocking red and yellow circles after more than fifty years the company joins brands like Nike apple and target that rely on an image. And now the name in most marketing materials, the move also points to the changing nature of exchanging currency MasterCard, which was one of the original major credit card companies has attempted to rebrand itself in recent years as a technology company in the global payments industry MasterCard since eighty percent of people recognize the MasterCard logo. Even when its name isn't present. Tesla has broken ground on a factory in Shanghai. Its first outside the United States. CEO Elon Musk says the company will start production in China of its model three and a planned crossover by the end of the year. The company refers to the plan crossover that has yet to receive a formal name as the why must says the Shanghai factory will produce a forcible versions of those vehicles for. Greater china. And he says higher priced models will be built in the US for export to China. Dump the wall and shutdown. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute. With no breakthrough inside President Trump will argue tomorrow night in the TV speech that a crisis at the US Mexico border requires the wall, he's demanding before ending the partial government shutdown. This passenger at the Atlanta airport agrees. I believe President.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"On on Alabama forty four sixteen to win the national championship. Tigers with thirty unanswered points in the game. The White House says President Trump will be traveling to the US Mexico border on Thursday. The announcement comes as the president shows no signs of budging from his demand for more than five billion dollars for a wall along the border, a partial government shutdown continues. Obviously want to resolve this issue with congress sets a priority. Feel that the Democrats are delaying this process. White House director of strategic communications Mercedes slap says the goal is to find the resources to secure the border. We know this is not only a humanitarian prices that. We're seeing in the southern border, but we're also seeing a national security crisis. House speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to begin passing individual bills to reopen agencies in the coming days. Ed Donahue, Washington vice-president Mike Pence says the White House counsel's office is reviewing whether President Trump can legally declare national emergency to secure funding for wall. Adding no decisions made about a Declan. Mr. pens, telling reporters Democrats, refused negotiate on the border funding issue, and he says tax funds, though will be issued as planned for the first time in a quarter century supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments accord, spokeswoman says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on AP News

"In one town, the mayor led the men on a dance for nearly a half hour in the freezing water tradition. Holds that the person who retrieves a wooden cross will be freed from evil spirits and will be healthy throughout the year. The feast of the epitome is held every year on January six then marks the end of the twelve. Days of Christmas. Supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed morning arguments. AP's my campaign and reports it's the first time in more than a quarter century court spokeswoman says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth's when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at her office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike Kemp in Washington. The Goodyear blimp is being inducted into the college football hall of fame as an honorary member the blimp is the first non player to ever receive that honor it'll be inducted at the national football foundation's award banquet in December the Goodyear blimp was the first to provide aerial coverage of a major sports event with the nineteen fifty five rolls ballgame and it's helped provide overhead views at over two thousand game since. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..

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"ginzburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Weekend breakthrough to end the prolonged partial government shutdown. President Trump standing firm on his request for border wall funding. Democrats still refusing to provide any money for the wall. One of those by the shutdown is air traffic controller Terry. Donaldson a union Representative for the national air traffic controllers association. We don't take sides. We're interested in seeing the government reopen. Donaldson telling K DFW TV in Dallas that for now he and his staff or still keeping the planes in the area. DFW airport professionals remain on the job. They continue to come to work. We still hold our safety as the highest priority supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than a quarter century. Correspondent Mike has more. A court spokeswoman says the five year old Ginsburg is working from home while she recuperates after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung on December twenty first the court said the doctors found the growth's when Ginzburg was being treated for fractured ribs, she suffered in a fall at or. Office in early November Ginsburg had cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine but she did not miss any court sessions. She also had broken ribs on at least two occasions. Mike Kemp in Washington. British Prime Minister Theresa may says she is continuing to work on further assurances to address lawmakers concerns about the Brexit beefed. I've been speaking to European leaders in the intervening period speaking to colleagues, I'll be continuing with that talking to colleagues listening to colleagues and speaking to European leaders and in the coming days, what will set out is not just about the. But also that what we can do domestically bay has been working hard to try to get that deal through parliament. But I had to call off a vote on it last month as at the time, she was facing certain defeat. The.

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"ginzburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Children to read more for parents to read with children, or in the case of the mouse and his child for you to read at any age. That's what that categories meant to do. I love the books to read in a setting. Yes. Because some of us don't have a whole lot of time. But we really liked to still be able to read and keep it in our lives. Yes. Exactly. So that's that was the that's why that's the first list. Among the grouping of lists at the back of the book and in there. There's there's a there's twelve books a one love loss. And what I wore is a wonderful charming book by lean beckerman where she draws. These little pictures of all of the outfits the clothes she had through her whole life from being a little kid too. Being a grandmother with little vignettes from her life about the time of life that the clothing represents. It's just a totally charming book. There's another one by the great British playwright, Alan Bennett, probably most famous for the history, boys. But this book called the uncommon reader. It's a little fable that he invented about. What happens when Queen Elizabeth the second? Chases wonderful corgis out of Buckingham Palace and finds a mobile lending library makes friends with the librarian and becomes this avid obsessive reader and because she's the Queen. She can invite all these authors to come to steak dinners, and so on, but it turns the whole monarchy into mayhem as just totally delightful and funny, and again, you can read it in a night. There's the little virtues by Natalia Ginzburg marvelous Italian author the twentieth century second half of the twentieth century. And this is a group of essays. It's about raising children. It's about marriage, but in a kind of indirect way on how to book by any means. But it ends up telling you a lot of things that are relevant about your life. I think I say in the entry for this book in my book that she strips emotions. Down to their essences. The same way Hemingway strip sentences down to just declarative statements. Marvelous book so speak with James mistake, by the way, the name of his book is a thousand books to read before you die a life changing list. I also thought it was terrific that you put audiobooks here. I thought of that when we started talking about books to read in the sitting I read all the time. That's what I do for a living. And as a writer, but I have book shelves in my house filled with books with the bookmark on page sixty because on a rainy day like this. You say I have nothing to do. I'm going to start reading. I don't know great expectations. Whatever it is. And then the sun comes out and you get on with your life. And you forget about it. But audiobooks allow us a way to continue especially with longer books. So I do have for any of the books among the thousand where I know there is a very good audio book, I mentioned that. But there's also a list here in the back of the book, twelve terrific audio books. I mentioned great expectations. There's an audio book read by the British actor Martin Jarvis which is just spectacular. Even if you've seen the various movies and read the book, it's worth listening to and the little red chairs by EDNA O'Brien read by the actress, Juliet Stevenson is very very powerful book about starts out in Ireland and ends up in. Involved in the Balkan war. It's about being a refugee what home means to very very powerful book, which. The Irish novelist EDNA O'Brien wrote in her eighty fifth year, and it's just stunningly powerful. The iliad. Yup. Bread by Derek Jacobi. It's a terrific way to approach that. A work. So there's there's an surprisingly a book, you wouldn't think it'd be a great audio book Moby, Dick, the one that's read by a man named Frank Muller..

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"ginzburg" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ginzburg" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And the reason I'm playing hers because she's a celebrities because she speaks English. Nadia Murad doesn't. And so I I know a lot of people who are just listening to this, so you can understand what she's saying. Listen to what happened. But ISIS did too naughty Murad and thousands of years CD. Women Nadia was one of six thousand seven hundred is taken by two Stomas again to be sold in markets and on Facebook. Sometimes residents twenty dollars. Nadia's mother was one of eighty older women who were executed and buried in an unmarked grave. Her brother's parts of group of six hundred who added in a single day. Make no mistake. What Nadia has told us about is genocide. And genocide doesn't happen by accident. You have to planet. Before the genocide began two years ago, the ISIS research and fatwa department studied the ZD's and concluded that as a Kurdish speaking group that did not have a holy book, they would nonbelievers who's enslavement was a quote, firmly established aspect of the sharia firmly established aspect of the SRI Noga rid of vices, Donald Trump, how about giving him a Nobel prize? That would be interesting. That would. But of course, none of this stuff. As I've said before, none of this is about what it's about. It's always about the power. It goes back to the power goes back to the force and that's why the left is violent. When when I say that, you know, I wouldn't pick on the left if they were just a riot in Portland, some bad guys, important that's happened before what is new? What is new is the silence of the Democrats. The silence of the Democrats as the stuff is going on because it's who they are. It's who they have drifted to the left and that left wing philosophy is inherently violent. Is inherently an active force. Socialism isn't act to force everything except freedom is an active force, right under capitalism. You make something I want to buy it. I freely give you my money you freely. Give me what you made that is freedom. That's not not force. It is forced when you have to take money away from people that they earn, give it to others. That is the core essential philosophy of leftism. It is an heritage violent and now because they haven't got the the handles of power. Thank God that violence is taking to the streets. And let's play that montage of left-wing democrat, the politicians, denouncing once again, let's play the whole thing this time. Now there it is that was it. So you know, it is inherent in their philosophy. We have the lovely and talented star of another kingdom is coming up. Michael Knowles is going to talk to us about the also lovely and talented actor. Victor Ginzburg. I almost said that with a straight face, hope you're listening to another kingdom. It is great. The new episodes come out for subscribers today. So you want to subscribe and get those new episodes right away. A lousy ten bucks a month allows one hundred bucks for the year. You can also get the leftist tears tumbler for that. So you can drink your leftist. Here's wall listening to another kingdom. If not wait until Friday, you will get the next episode. You.

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