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California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:07 min | 19 hrs ago

California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

"Now Rangers and conservationists are developing plans to better protect them at a that the world's tallest trees May not survive future places that are almost certain to come. It's a story by Jim Carlton reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Jim Take us through this. So Gordon the California redwoods are famous for being fire resistant when you walked through mural Woods, Humboldt State Park. You know these places with the giant redwoods. You can see the burn marks from fires of, you know. Hundreds of years ago. The big called canals. Oh, and the big question is, Can the redwoods survive? Today's mega fires? Firestorms? These are gigantic fires that they've never really seen before. They're fueled by the climate change. Basically, that means it's really dry. There's congested force conditions, etcetera. And so it's really a big question Whether these redwoods can Take a and we've We're getting some of our first big test now. Yeah, All right. So there's been, uh, you could describe it better but of greater frequency of Maura. Intense fires. In addition to the number of fires, I guess right in these trees have done okay, but there is concern. Right? Well, we just kind of a little bit of background. I mean of the top 20 most destructive fires and California recorded history like 17 have happened in the last 10 to 15 years. Um and we just had, you know the paradise Fire, you know, keep the camp fire that killed anybody people, So they're bigger. They're deadlier, more destructive and they're starting to hit the redwoods. Now they're only the redwoods are protected by fog along the coast. From about the big Sur coast of central California to southern Oregon. And there is a pretty wet forest. And so they know they don't get a lot of fire historically would be a few. You know, a small fire. Every few decades on, it would kind of burnout. Ah, lot of the brush and kind of leave the big crease alone. But that's what's changing. Now speak with Jim Carlton reporter at The Wall Street Journal. His pieces called California's plan to save its 1000 year old redwoods from wildfires. So

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Fresh update on "gordon deal" discussed on This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:11 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gordon deal" discussed on This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Cash Enka on this Thursday, February 25th glad you could be with us, and here's what we have for you this hour. Food and Drug Administration says the covert vaccine from Johnson and Johnson provides strong protection and could gain approval this weekend. President Biden is reversing more policies from the Trump administration. The latest immigration restrictions will have details. The Los Angeles County sheriff says no charges will be filed against Tiger Woods after his violence, one car crash on Tuesday morning and California's plan to protect its giant redwood. Trees from wildfires in California redwoods are famous for being fire resistant when you walked through mural Woods, Humboldt State Park. You know these places with the giant redwood. You can see the burn marks from fires of, you know. Hundreds of years ago. The big calm now, though, and the big question is can the red would survive? Today's mega fires firestorms Jim Carlton at The Wall Street Journal on why not everyone supports a plan to protect the redwoods? President Biden has rolled back most.

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Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash

"Fox News I'm Chris Foster. The golfer Tiger Woods has a rod pins and screws stabilizing his right leg during surgery after a rollover crash near Los Angeles. The incident is being treated as an accident, with investigators saying there were no signs of impairment. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says the vehicle suffered extends. Of damage but tells Fox is Shannon Bream. Eight. Safety features help save Woods Live interior compartment was pretty much intact and that's what kept him alive. The sheriff also says Woods was spared major trauma because he was wearing

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Fresh update on "gordon deal" discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:28 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gordon deal" discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal

"There is new information about another of the shots currently out there. Baby sees Marco Malard says Visor is now working on a third dose, Sizer says it's going back to participants in its face. One trial who have already received both doses of its covert 19 vaccine to give some of them a third shot to see if it's safe to do so. And if that provides any extra protection Company also says it's been discussing with regulators the possibility of studying a modified booster shot that would specifically target some of those new variants such as the South African variant, which has raised concerns about the possibility of it being somewhat resilient toward our current vaccines. Marco Malard ABC News study in the New England Journal of Medicine on Israelis who have received the fines or shot now shows it's working incredibly well, scientists say in the real world, two shots proving 94% effective against symptomatic covert 19 cases. President Biden today marking 50 million covert shots So far, the halfway point of the 100 million vaccine doses promised in his 1st 100 days. We could find out more information today about the single car crash that left Gulf Great Tiger Woods leg shattered. The investigation is far from over. Authorities indicated speed may have been a factor. They expect to learn more about the vehicle prior to the crash because it's equipped with a data recorder similar to a black box on a plane, which should reveal how fast the SUV was traveling feces can mountain investing. Say Woods was not under the influence. But witnesses say they saw him impatient in the parking lot of his hotel before him because he was blocked in by another car on loading luggage. Texas Governor Greg Abbott in an address to those in his state's many of you are angry. And you have a right to be I'm angry, too. At a time when essential services were needed the most The system. Broke, he says. They're using every possible resource to figure out what happened. This is ABC News Now here's.

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Woman receives $7,000 compensation for housework in landmark Chinese divorce ruling

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Woman receives $7,000 compensation for housework in landmark Chinese divorce ruling

"And the landmark ruling A Beijing divorce court has ordered a man to compensate his wife for the housework she did during their marriage. A woman will receive about $7700 for five years of unpaid labor. The case has generated a huge debate online about the value of domestic work. The ruling was made in accordance with the new Civil Code in China, under which a spouse can see compensation in a divorce of here, she bears more responsibility and child raising, caring for elderly relatives or assisting

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FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston’s NRG Park

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston’s NRG Park

"Mass vaccination site will open up Wednesday it in our G park, Sean Miller with the Texas Department of Emergency Management, praising city and county leaders for their efforts to make the process goes smoothly as possible. The state will continue to request for further vaccination sites such as this to the cooperation between our federal and local partners. Northern sure that every Texan has a vaccine that's made available to them. The energy sat is designated to vaccinate 6000 people per day, seven days a week for three weeks before transitioning to a second dose. Those who signed up through the city or county health departments are already on that list.

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IRS Postpones April 15 Tax Deadline for Texas

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

IRS Postpones April 15 Tax Deadline for Texas

"Deadlines for Texans. The movies in support of Texas taxpayers affected by last week's Winter Storm. The filing deadline for Texans is now June 15th. The new deadline is also applicable for quarterly payroll and excise tax due April 30th and tax exempt organizations 2020 annual tax return. Normally do. May 17th I'm charity McCurdy from the W

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Houston lifts boil water notice, with other areas in Greater Houston region remaining under water boil advisory

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Houston lifts boil water notice, with other areas in Greater Houston region remaining under water boil advisory

"The city of Houston has lifted the boil water notice four Houston residents and businesses. Customers no longer need to boil water used for things like drinking, cooking or making ice. At Ah, Boil water. Notice That cancelation also is good for Katie Bel Air, the city of Galveston Sugar Land. Great. Would Texas City and full shirt now other cities that were not mentioned could still have a boil. Water notice in effect until those water samples come back. It could possibly be later

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Grocery stores rush to restock empty shelves in Dallas

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Grocery stores rush to restock empty shelves in Dallas

"Water shortages in the southern US after the winter storms and in Texas empty grocery store shelves. It's an all hands on deck effort to help those in need. CBS News correspondent Omar via Franka reports from Dallas. With many store shelves bare food banks are seeing the spike in demand in the Dallas area this weekend. They're preparing to give out 25,000 meals. We definitely anticipate there's gonna be a surge. Idea was put out the call for handheld, They said, We'll be there. Bob Stevenson is one of of nearly a a dozen dozen Dallas Dallas area restaurant restaurant owners cooking and serving serving hot meals meals toe toe anyone finding it hard to feed themselves this week, and more help came from hundreds of miles away. Charity workers for a Jewish organization in New Jersey drove through the night to deliver traditional Friday night Chabot meals for a Dallas congregation

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The President Says It's Time To Go Back To School

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 6 d ago

The President Says It's Time To Go Back To School

"Republicans, Democrats and the White House in rare agreement on pandemic education President One schools open Uh, five days a week. He wants him to be in school. But spokesperson Jen Psaki says President Biden once teachers vaccinated and everyone receiving enough masks and distance to make it safe. But she says it is the local school board's decision, not the president's to get Children back

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Winter storm leaves millions without food, water and power

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:05 min | 6 d ago

Winter storm leaves millions without food, water and power

"Have now led to shortages of food and fresh drinking water cities, including Austin, Houston and San Antonio, are under boiled water notices until Monday. Or the 13 Million Texans are seeing interruptions in their water services in Harris County, home to Houston, officials had to rescue more than 8000 covert vaccines when power went out at the county Public Health Department. Sylvester Turner is the mayor of Houston. The hospital's lot of pressure is much better today. Then on yesterday depression. The jails, for example, is much better as of last night. Then it was Earlier part of the day and that should continue to improve. Meanwhile, supermarket chains have closed due to power outages and impassable roads, and those that managed to open often have empty shelves since delivery trucks haven't navigated the icy roads. Our plans are back online. But an estimated 325,000 homes still don't have electricity because of things like downed lines. Food banks in

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Democrats unveil immigration plan with 8-year pathway to citizenship

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Democrats unveil immigration plan with 8-year pathway to citizenship

"Did your changes proposed federal immigration laws? Mon Jack Callahan. Fox News. Congressional Democrats Unveiling President Biden's immigration reform plan a year pathway to citizenship for 11 Million undocumented immigrants in immediate green card for farm workers, TPS holders and Dr recipients replaces the term alien with non citizen in a clears family backlogs is well a stipulating, No added enforcement mechanisms down the bill would need at least 10 Republicans to back in the Senate. Never in the House. Even some border say Democrats are opposed

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Luke Combs apologizes for past use of the Confederate flag

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:16 sec | Last week

Luke Combs apologizes for past use of the Confederate flag

"An apology from another country music star Luke Combs says There's no excuse for his past use of Confederate flag imagery would never want to be associated with something that brings so much hurt to someone else. His interview for the annual country radio

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Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:39 min | Last week

Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial

"The Padres. NASA's perseverance Rover scheduled to land on Mars this afternoon. Retail sales jumped last month as we shopped more and Texas nurses tough it out to get to the hospital. That story in about 20 minutes. President Biden laid out a sweeping mission on Inauguration Day, declaring his gold to tackle the cascading crises afflicting America. He cited eroding faith in democracy and even in truth Growing inequity, systemic racism and the climate. The implication was that he would offer solutions or at least progress toe all of these crises. In reality, he'll have to pick his battles, and the choices he makes in the coming weeks will begin to set the terms of his legacy. More from Sean Zeller, editor at CQ Roll Call Shaun How do you see it? We've been living through a just a time where politics has become like Combat perpetual combat where the party's air after each other, where they have nothing nice to say about each other. So, although the outcome here was not what Democrats wanted I was struck by the tone of the whole proceeding, which struck me as quite somber and there were very few Republicans who were castigating the Democrats for like they were during Trump's first impeachment, you know, calling it a witch on calling and frivolous and ridiculous. For the most part, most of the Republican senators. Felt that Donald Trump had done something wrong here and they were. They were very sober about it, and we're not castigating the Democrats and vice versa. The Democrats were, I think, appealing to the jury jury, which included Republican senators and not trying to offend them by Saying that they were to blame for Donald Trump's behavior. Why was the tone different this time? I think Democrats really wanted to expand the number of Republicans who voted to convict they weren't they weren't expecting that they would get a conviction, which would require 67 votes and 17 Republican senators, but They wanted to get a number of Republican senators. And so you don't want to offend your jury and the tone of their argument. The House impeachment managers argument was Hey, we were the victims here. We were the people in the capital when the mob arrived, we were the ones fleeing from them and They praise. For example, Mike Pence the Republican Vice president Donald Trump's vice president, who they had pilloried for the last four years. They praised him for being there for overseeing the electoral vote count. Despite Donald Trump

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Houston reports of price gouging: Harris County attorney wants you to report it

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:40 sec | Last week

Houston reports of price gouging: Harris County attorney wants you to report it

"Judge Levy Hidalgo says the Harris County attorney will be cracking down on any price gouging during the power and water outage due to this week's frigid temperatures. Whether it's spiking the price of basic necessities, whether it's posting an Airbnb with power for $1000 a night Way can't imagine something more cruel than taking advantage of people who are suffering right now in this disaster and have been suffering for days. You could report incidents of price counting online it ready Harris dot org's or my texting the information to

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Boil water notice for several areas in Northeast Broward County, Outside of Miami

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | Last week

Boil water notice for several areas in Northeast Broward County, Outside of Miami

"Strike is causing some water trouble in portions of Broward County parts of northeast Broward this morning or under a precautionary boil water notice after a water treatment plant in Pompano was hit by lightning overnight. Notice applies to residents and businesses in parts of Lighthouse Point, Pompano Beach, Coconut Creek and Deerfield Beach. If you are in these areas, you're being asked to boil all your water for drinking for cooking, even making ice and brushing your teeth and washing your dishes.

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Miami lawmaker files legislation for Covid-19 transparency

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:40 sec | Last week

Miami lawmaker files legislation for Covid-19 transparency

"Frustrated frustrated by by reported reported delays delays and and covered covered 19 19 reporting reporting is is filing filing legislation legislation requiring requiring full full transparency transparency State Senator and that today Oh says. We need real time. Accurate info determine how many people are infected and or vaccinated. We find out that certain areas such as the area I represent of mining, a county are not being vaccinated are not getting the percentages that should be getting of the vaccines and prepare some to other areas. She wants a daily health department down. Sport showing county testing and vaccination data based on sex, race and ethnicity. Governor De Santis calls his covert response a success touting Florida as number one in the nation for vaccine doses per capita. Meanwhile, the

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Texas airports close, flights canceled as winter storm pounds southern US

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:18 sec | Last week

Texas airports close, flights canceled as winter storm pounds southern US

"And Texas airports Houston Hobby and Bush Intercontinental scuttled all flights until later today due to unsafe air field conditions. Austin Bergstrom International Airport also put a hold on flights, DFW Airport and Dallas Love Field are asking travelers to contact their airlines before heading to the airport. Well. TCU and Texas

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Los Angeles Police Department Launches Probe Into Post Depicting George Floyd With ‘You Take My Breath Away’ Caption

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:33 sec | Last week

Los Angeles Police Department Launches Probe Into Post Depicting George Floyd With ‘You Take My Breath Away’ Caption

"Over a message that's made its way through the Los Angeles Police Department. The Valentine's Day greeting shows a picture of George Floyd and the words You take my Breath away. Journalist Jasmine. Can it got a tip? Members of the LAPD were sharing the image sharing a graphic like that with those words. It's so cruel, chief Michael Moore told KNX, an employee reported Friday. The image was circulating in the department to privileged to be a member of this organization, and it's a privilege that could be lost, he said. There's no place for anyone who shares racist material. Wendy Gillette

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Trump acquitted for second time following historic Senate impeachment trial

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

00:16 sec | Last week

Trump acquitted for second time following historic Senate impeachment trial

"Voting with the Democrats Donald Trump was acquitted in his second impeachment trial Saturday. House impeachment manager offering this perspective, This was the most bipartisan presidential impeachment event in the history of the country. Congressman Jamie Raskin. Meanwhile, trouble

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With Gordon Deal. Which could be what the Republican party is moving early to build a political firewall around Arizona's critical electoral college votes, a recognition that the perennial. Red state is threatening to turn against President Trump in twenty twenty more from David Drucker, senior correspondent at the Washington Examiner. David what's going on? Well, I think when you look at the results the twenty mid-term midterm elections in the US Senate race had a democrat win a wide Federal Way for the first time in about twenty five thirty years, and so Republicans you concern because a lot of support Christie person services for came from a vote, rich, Phoenix suburbs. And. Rigors of Arizona by dominating. The Phoenix coverage. Was stronger there and she wants so because a lot of strong. Republican not like President Trump. Republicans especially women that have voted for the more traditional Republicans have not taken to the president's ultra populism. And when you look at that factor along with help close Zona was and twenty sixteen Trump wanted and a half point. And this is after Hillary Clinton was damage at the end by that second by the letter from James Comey suggested they will reopen any FBI investigation into the private server Republicans realize that they're not gonna take for granted. Now, it doesn't mean that Zona. By any measure, very very good chance of President Trump derozan. Most Republicans feel about it. Here is they don't feel that that will happen. Of time energy, manpower and money into that state. Okay. So there are some specifics happening here. Right because Doug Ducey the governor who's a Republican won easily last fall, right? Reelection. And that was because he was running against democratic challenger. I think that's in part because Doug Ducey is the kind of that era zones. And he was able to draw that contrast with his opponent. So again, there are still some some bright spot there for Republicans on I think when you look at a state, however, we're nine of the last ten presidential elections. Well, went for the Republican you start to get this sense of. It's just a red state. No matter what Democrats say because it always turns out that way. Well, as we saw in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan last time around these things constant until they're not and the electoral votes, the good part of the Trump electoral college coalition. So they put a state director in their building expensive voter turnout operation in the state. And I think that it is going to be among me major. Battleground, obviously, not every state is contested when she got into a general election. I think you're gonna see era Zona a top tier battleground. I think the president can spend a lot of time there democratic nominee spend a lot of time there. I think that if you were President Trump he'd much rather run against Sanders or somebody that is perceived very well like that. I think that kind of a demographic, and I have a much harder time contesting Aaron Donald speak with David Drucker senior correspondent at the Washington exam. His piece is called Trump campaign moving early to keep Arizona from switching to blue in twenty twenty how about help from from the mic Sally campaign campaign return of operation because we're going to be targeting and not an event not totally. But in some regarding different trying to voter and the Trump campaign might be targeting. And it's going to be reasonably big especially for a presidential year. When usually the national party of everything the national party, obviously is going to be blanketing the state we just discussed that. Campaign to be its own work going after what they call McCain. Moms. Bourbon females that have voted for John McCain bombing Jeff flake in they're going to try and make sure that a different sort of voter. For their campaign. They're going to get it. David David Drucker, senior correspondent at the Washington.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show. You can follow me directly on Twitter at Gordon Deal. Well, the deal that ended the government shutdown without funding for a border wall was a bitter pill for voters who sent President Trump to the White House. But they say they're still backing him as the border security fight with Democrats enters round two more from S A Miller White House reporter at the Washington Times. Steve who'd you talk to what we talked to a bunch of Trump voters. So we keep in touch with since the election just to see what would how they how they reacted and. Pretty much the same the same people that they you know, they were just pointed that they didn't get this fall. You know that the president went on. But they weren't giving up on the president. Blaming him or. More or his plan for a wall. They still don't think he's going to be planning for it or the optimistic that a deal for a wall. We'll get done within the three weeks anybody's optimistic that actually make a deal. And I think, you know, his supporters of a realist, they see the writing on the wall if you will. Polos he's gonna shut down the Westwood now. But they, you know, they still company's going to do something maybe national emergency or something along those lines to try to try and get this project off the ground. And would they be okay with that? What? I believe so they they want to do something to take action. And do you know to move on this on this thing that you know, that he ran on that they believe in? You know, border security. We'll tell you, you know, that that's a major issue. It's on the major issues that the President Trump to the White House. So you know, they they wanted to see what to do whatever Beverly has to do whatever it is thirty. I guess it'll be up to the courses. I, but you know, he's a legitimate use of as the thirty. But they're pretty good argument that. We're speaking with SA Miller White House correspondent at the Washington Times. In addition to a physical border wall. What would his supporters like to see? Well, I think there's pretty broad support for, you know, the the the type of things that he's talked about moving towards a mirror based system..

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"gordon deal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Friday, January eleven glitch could be with us. And here's what we have for you this hour after President Trump's border. Visit the White House began discussing where to take the money to pay for the wall. If an emergency is declared a thirteen year old girl from Wisconsin who's been missing since her parents murder in October has been found alive. Michael Cohen, the fix it lawyer for president. Trump has agreed to testify before a house committee led now by Democrats. Then why apple is more interested in having you trade in your iphone challenge. I think they've had is that consumers aren't necessarily aware of what's on offer from them and typically the sort of point of sale for many consumers was going to their brides AT and T T mobile store and doing it through their carrier Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Krause on how apple is responding to slower iphone sales. She's here in about twenty minutes. White House officials are divided over whether President Trump should declare a national emergency to get funding to build a southern border wall and thereby end a partial government shutdown. The Wall Street Journal says the White House has asked the army corps of engineers to examine potentially diverting money. From other projects to pay for the wall. The administration could also have the department of homeland security request funds from the Pentagon. The president is considering his options after a visit yesterday to mcallen, Texas along the US border with Mexico. They need a barrier they need.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January third. Glad you're with us in here. What we have for you this hour a meeting between President Trump and congressional leaders has not led to an agreement on border while funding. So the partial government closure enters day thirteen sad news from the entertainment world, we said goodbye yesterday to personalities from the news industry professional wrestling. And Hollywood Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is apologizing to women who worked on his presidential campaign and say they were sexually harassed then people getting robo calls for calling the phone numbers that appear on their ID. What's happening here is folks who have been on the receiving end robo calls are at times calling back the numbers they see their cell phone or even landline to yell at the caller. But in fact. That person did not necessarily make the call many rebel colors, and scammers are able to spoof. Number Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Crowson, robocall revenge. That's not working. She's here in about twenty minutes. President Trump and congressional leaders from both parties are not any closer to resolving the partial government shutdown which is nearly two weeks old. They met yesterday at the president's invite but did not find agreement over funding for a border wall. This isn't just a border. This is national security. This is health and wellness. This is everything. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. This is isn't I asked him directly. I said Mr President give me one good reason why you should continue your shutdown of the of the eight cabinet departments. While we are debating our differences on homeland security. He could not give a good answer.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With Gordon Deal. Thanks to being with us canned tuna along Spock staple from the twentieth century right is fighting to keep it. Spot. In American pantries century-old tuna companies like starkist or trying to reboot demand for tuna fish selling it in cans pouches and kits with trendy flavors or as a healthy snack as they seek to hold onto their dominance in a shrinking market. Meanwhile, new players are trying to make inroads more from Wall Street Journal reporter Jesse Newman. Jesse what are we seen? We have seen a huge decline a precipitous decline in Cancun consumption over the past couple of decades. So Americans just aren't eating as much Cantona as they once were and the big three two companies. This is star Kist Bumblebee. And chicken of the sea are busy scrambling to try to figure out how to reverse that trend. They are coming out with all sorts of different products and packaging to try to hold onto their dominance in. What is a much much smaller? Than it. Once was what's happening? I can we're not eating as much tuna. Well for one thing they're having a hard time appealing to millennials. So and you noted in the title millennials and others are looking for convenience. So they want healthy convenient snack, and there's a lot of competition in the healthy convenient snack category. So you have to makers who are now trying to compete with things like as simple, as you know, almonds and other nuts and some fancy beef turkeys, though, some of the tuna companies they are creating these snack kits which they're selling it trying to sell in supermarket checkout aisles next to you know, the kind bar or the beef jerky, and it's just it's proving to be a hard sell. I mean, you know, Cuna was popular with baby boomers, and, you know, a pretty big staple and lunchboxes and tuna salad then to turn a sandwiches. And there's just a lot more competition for consumers dollars today. So the ones that. They're selling say by the the kind bar at the checkout aisle of the supermarket is this like zip open suffer like just open can or what? He on the couch. These kids that comes in a box, and it's it's a little bit of tuna. And it also comes with crackers and some condiments, and you know, the ideas that it's eat on the go. It's easy. You can just spread it and make a sandwich with a pretty high protein healthy snack. That's how they're marketing it. But and actually, you know, the companies say that those sales have been doing pretty well the other place that they see promise are in these pouches. So the pouches are new, but I think they've really taken off in the past couple of years because folks, including millennials don't own Ken, Ken openers anymore. And the feedback of the companies were getting was that it just wasn't convenient enough. They moved from Kansas to to these pouches, which are sort of easy to care and the idea that they say is you can just like stick a fork in the pouch and eat it at your desk, or you know, poured onto the top of a talent. And again, it's just all focused on convenience because the feedback that these companies were getting was folks can't be bothered. Jesse Wall Street Journal reporter Jesse Newman. It is. Six minutes now in front of the hour on.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Ross A K who's in for Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, December seventeen thanks for being with us. Here's what we have for. You this hour lawmakers continue their staring contest over the money. President Trump wants for wall. Meanwhile, a partial government shutdown looms, Democrats and Republicans are considering their options after a federal judge ruled the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional wrath weekend weatherman to record rainfall for parts of the east coast and waves as high as fifty feet on the west coast and workers who are ghosting the employers learning that the labor market it's so hot that more employers that reporting people will just walk off the job and never return. Another phone call. Stop showing up for interviews tap out with no kind of warning. And economists that the Chicago fed have this ghosting reporter Danielle Paquette of the Washington Post on the trend. That's puzzling and frustrating hiring managers. She's here in about twenty minutes. Budget deadline looms both sides of the political aisle or making clear that there's little room for compromise on President Trump's desire for funding for a wall on the southern border. There are seven spending bills set to expire this Friday night without agreement. There could be a partial government shutdown. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was on NBC's. Meet the press, President Trump should understand. There are not the votes for the wall in the house or the Senate. He is not going to get the wall in any form. White House adviser Stephen Miller was on CBS face the nation. We're going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall to stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration Republicans and White House officials over the weekend discussed a two weeks spending measure, but the Wall Street Journal says it's not clear they would pursue that route given the Democrats will gain more leverage when they take control of the house in January. Lawmakers are debating cover respond to a federal court ruling that found.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTRH

"With Gordon Deal. The unpredictability of the stock market was on display again yesterday. The Dow Jones industrial average swung higher after a rally in tech stocks. The Dow closed up thirty four points after bouncing six hundred nineteen points from its low to its high point. Meanwhile, the R word has gotten popular, and there's one new reason to fear the onset of a recession a technical indicator known as the yield curve has crossed the threshold that often signals a downturn is coming but Yahoo finance columnist. Rick. Newman says the recession won't be right now. Rick set this up. Got very wobbly stock market a couple of big declines recently that's been going on since around October. And we just got this new economic indicator which was an inversion in the yield curve with regard to certain types of treasury securities. So that is often a recession indicator. So now, you're sort of hearing a lot of worry about whether a recession is around the corner, and my contention is no recession is not around the corner. We are in late innings of a business cycle expansion. We've been we're in a very long expansion. It's the second longest expansion on record. That's a good thing. But that suggests it has to come to an end sometime soon that is not likely to be in twenty nine thousand nine however, and it's not even in twenty twenty. All right. So the stock market is wobbly y. If only I knew I'd be making millions or billions of dollars whatnot betting in the right direction. We know some of the trends trade policy. Trump's trade policy is unnerving markets. We we personally got this trade truce between the United States and China. But then United States said one thing coming out of that meeting. China said another thing, and it looks like maybe there's not much of an agreement at all. We're also seeing we a slowdown in corporate profits and in economic growth, but a slowdown is not a recession. We've had very strong corporate profits this year largely because the tax cuts that went into effect. I mean, that's just put money straight to the bottom line for a lot of companies, and they're now starting to make their forecasts early to make some comments about what they expect in the next year twenty nineteen and we're going to have a profit slow slowdown. So we're not gonna sleep profits growing the way they did in twenty eight and we also know the economy is slowing a little bit. So I think what's happening in the stock market is just an effort to digest all that and figure out what is the right valuation speaking with Yahoo finance columnist. Rick Newman has written a piece entitled a recession is coming. But this is in it's a little more about what economists worry about as you right in the piece. Yeah. So I've done a lot of research on whatever sweater researchers likely to happen again. And what am I look like? And we do, you know, the probably is going to be. Recession within three years three to five years. Let's say that would actually be very normal. So you kind of have to think that if that happens kind of assume that it's going to happen and kinda prepare for it. So we're probably not going to have a horrifying financial crafts. Like, we did in two thousand eight we there really are. None of the giant bubbles in any kind of asset valuation usually to trigger financial crash like we had back then when we had a giant bubble in the housing market. We don't have that problem today. But we have other problems the tax cuts the President Trump signed. They went into effect beginning of this year that created a stimulus effect in twenty eighteen and perhaps part of the way into twenty nineteen, but that's going to reverse in the later part of twenty nineteen and then for years going forward because it sort of a one time effects of a big jump in corporate profits will no longer be there. We we know we've been seeing the US fiscal deficit going up. So these are debt financed. Tax cuts back could become a problem. The is having the issue more debt to cover that gap. And that could be a factor that pushes interest rates up at the same time. You know, the Federal Reserve is raising rates to try to get back to some kind of normal level contraction in the housing market right now. So what would have happened at some point all of these factors? This all come together. And it's going to generate a recession which is typically when growth turns negative rather than positive, generally speaking. How might we prepare for that? Let's talk about workers companies make a lot of big changes in their workforce. When there's a recession. So they we know that they go through layoffs in once they're laying off people because demand just goes down. They can't keep their profit margins up. If they keep everybody on the payroll will they change a lot. They change around roles. They try to figure out what what parts of the company can they automate and this is going to accelerate a trend we've seen playing out for a long time, which is that worker who have the skills of the future digital skills. Data skilled information skills programming code in those workers will continue to be demand. But a lot of workers who don't have those skills will find that. There's no place for them in the workforce anymore. Thanks, rick. Yahoo finance columnist. Rick Newman shares of apple Microsoft and IBM by the way notched gains yesterday. The Dow remains close to correction territory off nine percent from its record on October third..

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"gordon deal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"With Gordon Deal. About ten thousand people across Florida had their vote by mail ballots rejected by county. Elections offices for mismatch signatures or other forms of voter error during the midterm elections. The Fuhrer over rejected ballots has led elections officials and analysts to question. Why Florida has such strict rules for voting by mail compared with other states, including some states were all voting is done by mail and a call for the legislature to take up the issue before the next election in twenty twenty can things be fixed. Here's Stephen lemon jello, political editor at the Orlando Sentinel, Stephen recap what happened what are the issues that stretched across the entire state was the issue of mail in ballots. Now these were absentee ballots about you can fill out and mail end was sold by Florida by by parties as making things much easier. You can vote from the comfort of your own home things like that. But the actual would it turned out was that around ten thousand people this year, and like thousands more in the past had there. Ballots invalidated and rejected because his signature issues either signature issues or some other sort of voter error. According to the health describes it essentially people at your county Commissioner county supervisor of elections office would take a look at the signature on the envelope. And then the signature that's in the files for your registration. And they would determine that. Well, you know, just doesn't match we're going to reject it. And now, he supposedly, you know, you had until you had ways of fixing it you had wizard curing it. You could go to your website to fill out an affidavit send a copy of ID and mail it back in. But the problem was the deadline for that to happen was day before the election. So technically people's deadline to fix their ballots was twenty four hours before the deadline even have ballots in on on election day. So hundreds of people thousands of people possibly were informed about their ballots being rejected or invalidated either the weekend before election day. To date the day before election day election day, sometimes afterwards in the case of the twenty sixteen Democratic Senate candidates, Patrick Murphy, he found out the day after the election, and there's really no way of them to fix it at that point. So do other states who offer mail in voting services? Have these types of issues? Oh, no. In other states, especially western states, like states, like Washington, Oregon. They're they're elections are entirely vote by mail. There's there's no interest in voting and places like that you have weeks to fix it in Washington. For example, you up in twenty one days after the election to fix any issues with the ballots, and they have like teams of two going through the ballots trained by state police in Venda signature verification. If there's an issue if you ever go to these two teams, the they they send you the form directly to fix it. The E mail, you they they call you. They they do whatever they can you have until twenty one days after the election to fix it. Similarly in California, Oregon, and Colorado and things like that. So in other states, really like blown the pure states. Do they have such strict strict restrictions as Florida did worthy the deadline to fix the ballots is even before the deadline to receive the ballot. Okay. So as a matter of like. It's it's a screwy law compared to other states or a or a handful of screwy restrictions that seem to mess things up. It seems to be just a a screwing law just the severe restrictions in terms of like other states, for example, your mail in ballot has to be postmarked by election day. So as long as election day, you can walk input in put it in the mailbox put in the post office as long as it gets as long as it's postmarked by election day, it still counts, you know. So they're still coming in New Jersey, for example, still coming in after election day here has to be received in the elections office county elections office by seven PM on election day. It has to be in the office, which means that there could be issues with the if there's something wrong with the post office at the post office is is know has late delivering it if there's there's a bunch of ballots that were sort of left behind in a south Florida, I post office because of the the the bombs that were sent out from there a couple of weeks before the election. So they sort of seal that offer a bit apparently whole box a ballot just of got left there fifth. There is. There's nothing wrong with if you sort of bounce back to you. I talked with the one expert he said like, you know, imagine the example here of two twin sisters, you know, putting their ballots in the mail day that same postage one gets bounce back and doesn't count and the other goes through and this old pens on the post office. So what what does this mean, I say twenty twenty can things get cleared up or simplified? We'll one thing they legislature could do what they do in other states like allow more time for people to fix it like a couple of weeks or so or even even if not the three weeks, they do in Washington, it'd be like a week or two they could allow postmark allowed ballots to be counted if they're postmarked by election day received by election day, so issues with the post office won't screw everything up for them. And they frankly a lot of people I've spoken to who had their ballots rejected say they're just they're just not going to do that anymore. They're going to either vote in person or or just, you know, maybe they just won't vote at all a lot of people have said like that the last thing that ever going to vote by mail. They're going to make sure to go in this time. That's something. Well, until we all do it online. I guess somehow in some safe, secure fashion. Yeah..

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"gordon deal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka, it is Friday November thirtieth. Glad you're with us. Here's what we have for you this hour. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen admits he lied to congress about plans to build a Trump Tower. Washington and Beijing or exploring an agreement that would dial back their trade tensions high speed chase and San Diego has turned deadly. After a fleeing pickup truck crashed while trying to escape border patrol agents and advocates for domestic abuse victims unhappy with the Washington Redskins signing a player who's been arrested. A second time they were mainly upset and frustrated by the fact that the team. Quickly to somebody who was arrested for all the factor out there. Because in one token, yeah, we don't know exactly guilty of what at the moment. But on the other hand, why would you take that and move so quickly Adams Lanka on the NFL trying to get a handle on domestic violence allegations? President Trump's former attorney has pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan to lying to congress about the plan to build a Trump Tower in Russia court documents filed as part of Michael Collins plea deal said Mr. Trump's business dealings in Russia lasted longer during his campaign than previously acknowledged federal prosecutor said Mr. Cohen lied when he submitted a letter in August of last year to congress that said the project had ended by January two thousand sixteen when planning continued months longer during the presidential campaign after Mr Collins court appearance, Mr. Trump called to me weak person and accused him of lying to get a reduced sentence. There.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"With Gordon Deal. With a spokeman Tuesday in the house. One of the most significant powers that comes with a majority is the ability of committee chairman to issue subpoenas. House Judiciary committee chairman Bob Goodlatte and oversight committee chairman Trey Goudy are moving as fast as they can knowing the Democrats stand a good chance of taking the house in the midterm elections. What happens if Adam Schiff becomes chairman of house intelligence Elijah Cummings takes oversight and Jerrold Nadler Helms, the House Judiciary committee. Here's Eric Felton, senior writer at the weekly standard, Eric what's up here. Right now, we've got a whole crush of people being called before congressional committees to testify about the FBI and DOJ's actions before the two thousand sixteen election major investigations that have been going on for a while. But now all of a sudden, there's a time pressure on getting people to come in and testify before those committees, and it all comes down to the midterm elections. Which is there's an expectation that probably, you know, Republicans have it three out of four chance of losing be the house majority this year, and what they lose if they lose that majority of the crucial thing in investigations is it's up to the chairman of a house committee issue subpoenas sort of on his or her own say so and so you need the subpoena power to force people come in and talk to. To give testimony and in the Senate. The chairman of a Senate committee needs to be agreement of the ranking member of the other party to issue a subpoena that so you don't have the same kind of power. And so even if the Republicans hold onto the Senate, if they lose the house, they really lose that power to force people to come in to testify while so the current let's say investigations could they be shut down if Democrats take controller or the do the investigations have to see the way to the end. The congressional investigations can turn on a dime. They can be going along and be one day from coming out with their report conclusions and. The party changes. Then the power over what the majority puts out as its report changes immediately. And so power of having congressional leadership both in the big picture and in each individual committee really determined what that committee does it's it's not like with the inspector general's investigation, which is going on. He will keep going with his investigation, regardless of who's in power at congress. We're speaking with Eric Felton senior writer at the weekly standard. He's written a piece entitled how the midterms will affect Congress's investigations. What are the Democrats in the house say they'll probe if they gain the majority after November? Well, you know, you've got in the house intelligence committee instead of Devon Nunez. You'll have it being run by Adam Schiff, and he's made it very clear that he will be. Pursuing allegations of money laundering from the Trump organization. So that's what will be and you'll have over in the house oversight committee. Elijah Cummings will be in charge there and Jerrold Nadler will take over the House Judiciary committee. Those are the three committees. That have been primarily looking at investigations shift has made it clear that is money laundering investigation that he wants to launch will be focused specifically on Donald Trump and Russia, so you can be pretty sure that on the house side that any investigation into abuses by the FBI and. The department of Justice with regard to investigating the Trump campaign during the two thousand sixteen election, those will disappear from the house side, what if Republicans hold the house, then what happens then thinks keep going on? And what will happen is the investigations. I think will not only have kind of new life, but they'll have an a new energy that will come from having been racing to get witnesses before the committees. You know, the things had been moving along at a steady pace with everything else going on in the house. And so if all of a sudden, they have a lot more time at their disposal, but they've done a bunch of race to the finishing interviews. That'll put them in a position to really step up their investigations, dramatically, Missouri. Eric Filton senior writer. At the weekly standard..

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"gordon deal" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Weekend with Gordon Deal. But the time with this Gordon Deal with Jennifer Kushinka coming up this half hour, some new thinking about retirements also for Halloween, the scary fickle toddler when it comes to costumes and in sports, the NFL team offering the best return on your investment dollar will of that story in about twenty minutes. If you watch the confirmation process for new supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh, you may have been concerned that each political party might have a hand in corrupting the highest court in the land. If that happens, you affectively destroy the constitution and by doing so the country tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group has a look at how artificial intelligence could help the process since it has a goal of fixing problems. Rob explain that's what got me worked up. I think a lot of people watch that dot com formation process and realized the process itself was severely broken. I would the power Rene. I it's trained correctly is dead unbiased, it could do a preliminary investigation of any claim against the candidate based on publicly available and private information and do so in buffalo, secure and confidential fashion. So neither the complainant nor the candidate was put at risk and so much of the drama. You saw on television which damage both participants got late could have been done ahead of time. And then the decision could be reached with regard to whether or not the candidate or they complain complain. It was viable about doing so much damage. So we pretty much get the same outcome. But the damage to both the parties would be entered the end of the appearance of the court would have been would have been substantially reduced. And that's what is really for it. It helps you get to the meat of a problem provide you with it. Vice on how to resolve the problem and does so without this massive amount of drama. We seem to be enduring pretty much every major decision. All right. So how could it potentially handle though, accusations from the nineteen eighties? Well, I think what it would do it would go against and and certainly would take the evidence that was presented and would determine whether that evidence reached the trash hold of. The decision. So in other words, if if there was a let's take this particular case we had a complaint it said that there was an assault with attempted rape. But no rape kit. No location. No time. No, all the things that would still out a case. Even on the next day. Had it happened the day before that would allow prosecutor to bring the case Ford wasn't in existence until they I would likely come back very quickly and say, okay, we we need these elements. Otherwise, there's no point in preceding. Because there's no there's nothing there's no substance here. And so it would allow that Senator Feinstein got the initial note way back in July. It would say, okay. Doesn't make the threshold. You're going to need these five things you're going to need to go out and get these five things for the task to proceed, and of course, as we saw none of those things had been the cheese by the time. It finally went onto television. And so either meets the threshold or does it limit doesn't detail what you needed to do to get there. And then if you didn't wanna do it, then that's your decision. You can certainly still go forward and try to disrupt people's lives. But if you want to be successful that will allow you to prioritize your resources, you could find these other elements, and and and make the case rather than just get everybody angry. We're speaking with tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. He's written a piece about how artificial intelligence could help clean up something like the Senate confirmation process for a supreme court Justice. I guess too though. There could be accusations of bias in how the AI was programmed right or how data was input. Always always the case. So that's one of the reasons why point IBM and the peace because IBM early on as popped up with a series of procedures and practices that allow you to create a I I'm biased and realized that a bias is problematic on a whole bunch of fun because we are increasingly going to be depending on a is to drive our cars make financial decisions for us make medical decisions for us. And so if you if you if you don't eliminate the bias at the front end, you're going to getting procedures that are you don't need or wars could make you sicker cars that drive off bridges, and and more knows what's going to happen. If you've got a robot the insane. Thanks, rob tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us on.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTRH

"Gordon Deal, but time with this Gordon Deal with Jennifer Kushinka coming up this half hour, some new thinking about retirements also for Halloween. The scary fickle toddler when it comes to costumes and in sports, the NFL team offering the best return on your investment dollar. We'll have that story in about twenty minutes. If you watch the confirmation process for new supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh, you may have been concerned that each political party might have a hand in corrupting the highest court in the land. If that happens, you effectively destroy the constitution and by doing so the country tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group has a look at how artificial intelligence could help the process since it has a goal of fixing problems. Rob explain. That's what got me worked up. I think a lot of people watch that dot com formation process and realize the process itself was severely broken. I would the power Rene. I it's trained correctly is that it's. Unbiased it could do a preliminary investigation of any claim against the candidate based on publicly available and private information and do so in buffalo, secure and confidential fashion. So neither the complainant nor the candidate was put at rest in so much of the drama. You saw on television which damage bowl participants that could have been done ahead of time. And then the decision could be reached with regard to whether or not the candidate or the complain complain. It was bible without doing so much damage. So we pretty much get the same outcome. But the but the damage to both the parties would be to the end of the appearance of the court would have been would have been substantially reduced. And that's what is really four. It it it helps you get to the meat of a problem for by EU vice on how to resolve the problem and does so without this massive. Amount of drama. We seem to be enduring I'm pretty much every major decision art. So how could it potentially handle though, accusations from the nineteen eighties? Well, I I think what it would do it would go against and certainly would take the evidence that was presented and would determine whether that evidence reached the trash hold of of a decision. So in other words, if there was it looks like this particular case we had a complaint it says that there was an assault with attempted rape. No rape kit. No location. No time. No, all the things that would still out a case even on the next day. Had it happened the day before that would allow prosecutor to bring the the case Ford wasn't in existence until they I would likely come back very quickly and say, okay, we need these elements. Otherwise, there's no point in proceeding because there's no there's nothing. There's no substance here. And so it would allow that Senator Feinstein initial note way back in July. It would say, okay. Meet the threshold you're going to need these five things you're going to need to go out and get these five things for the task. The proceeds of courses we saw none of those things had been the cheap by the time. It finally went onto television. And so either it meets the threshold or it doesn't show them. It doesn't detail what you need to do to get there. And then if you didn't wanna do it, then that's your decision. You can start. They still go forward and try to disrupt people's lives. But if you want to be successful that will allow you to prioritize your resources to save you could find these other elements, and and make the case rather than just get everybody. Angry speaking with tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. He's written a piece about how artificial intelligence could help clean up something like the Senate confirmation process for a supreme court Justice. I guess too though. There could be accusations of bias in how the AI was programmed right or how data was input. Always always the case. So that's one of the reasons why point IBM and the peace because IBM early on as popped up with a series of procedures and practices that allow you to create an unbiased and and realize how bias is problematic on a whole bunch of front because we are increasingly going to be depending on a it should drive. Our cars make financial decisions for us make medical decisions for us. And so if you if you if you don't eliminate the bias at the front end. Getting procedures that are you don't need or wars could make you sicker cars drive off bridges, and and more was going to happen. If you've got a robot feel insane. Right. Thanks. Rob tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us.

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KTOK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTOK

"With your host, Gordon Deal. Devastation in New York. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, October eighth pledge could be with us. And here's what we have for. You this hour a stretch limo carrying family members and friends to thirtieth birthday party ran a stop sign and crashed into a parked car outside Albany in all twenty people were killed tropical storm Michael has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Florida's panhandle is being warned about it becoming a hurricane new supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh could hear his first or arguments. Tomorrow, also, what will his nomination process mean for the midterms and how to turn off facial recognition technology when security is a concern. There are some situations. Where would you don't want to be able to have that phone just being locked because someone from your face or you press your fingers into it? If you're going to security checkpoint. You don't want someone to be? Able to unlock it that easily if you're clearing customs or anything else in general, I think it's a good idea to be familiar without a disabled that just in case tech writer, rob peguero at USA today on temporarily shutting off certain security features when it's necessary. He's here in about twenty minutes. Gut wrenching story in upstate New York. Twenty people were killed when a limousine Renna stop sign in the town of SCO, Harry hitting to pedestrians and a parked car. Both pedestrians were killed as well as all seventeen adults in the limo. Plus the driver of the Ford excursion stretch limo what happened Saturday afternoon. The Associated Press reported last night that the limo was carrying four sisters other relatives and friends to a birthday celebration. Three of the sisters were traveling with their husbands as many as three little children. Now have been orphaned Barbara, Douglas says she was an aunt to four of the victims. I.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on WRVA

"With Gordon Deal. Thanks for being with us. What a difference a week makes before supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh in Christine Blasi Ford, testified before the Senate Judiciary committee. It looked like a lose lose situation for Republicans abandoned, judge cavenaugh and depressed the base ahead of the midterm elections or attack Dr Ford and reap the whirlwind with women come November. But Jim Antle politics editor at the Washington Examiner says now it's possible the battle over judge cavenaugh could rally apathetic Republican voters, especially in the red states that will decide which party controls the Senate, Jim explain. Kavanagh's poll numbers nationwide or are not all that impressive. And there are a lot of people who believe is accuser over him in the red states where a lot of the Senate races are happening this year. There's a little bit of a different factor. So Republican voters have seen their enthusiasm for the election. Go up in some cases, we've seen Republican Senate candidates begin to open leads and racers pretty close and cavenaugh is a factor in all of this. They're conservative voters Republican voters who believes the supreme court nominee has been treated unfairly. They believe that the media has not covered him, the impartially, and they believe that the Democrats are stalling into Wayne rather than trying to get to the bottom of the sexual assault allegations. And and to understand what really happened thirty six years ago. So that has at least for the time being been a little bit of a boo. Boost to Republicans in terms of their desire to turn out to vote in November which have been in question and a lot of previous polling Democrats were more enthusiastic than Republicans. And Republicans in a lot of cases seem to be skeptical that the house and Senate majorities were really at risk. All right. So what races are being impacted here by the cavenaugh enthusiasm. I think the big one as we've seen in North Dakota Heidi Heitkamp one of two remaining undecided. Democrats who hasn't committed to which way she's going to vote on bet. Cavanaugh Republican challenger Representative. Kevin Kramer, has opened up a double digit lead on her in the last two polls that have been conducted. We're now in the upper single digits in terms of his lead in the polling averages that was a race. It's been close. It's been considered a prime Republican pickup opportunity it now looks a little bit more solid than it has in the last few weeks. It looks like he's got a really good shot at taking Heitkamp down. You know, whether that makes her more or less likely to vote for cabinet on remains to be seen. I think we've seen. Also, this has the potential to become a real issue in the Missouri Senate race where Claire mccaskill declared fairly early that. She was going to vote against cavenaugh. She didn't vote for Neal Gorsuch, Josh, Holly. The her Republican challenger. The attorney general state has been really hitting her on this issue on the issue of conservative judges. So he has a much narrower lead in the polls. There are some polls. But still it was a recent CNN poll that did have her up three. But in the polling averages he's clinging to a very narrow lead. And this could be a racist influenced by the supreme court matter. We're speaking with Jim Antle, politics editor at the Washington Examiner. He's written a piece entitled Cavanaugh fight boosts Republicans in red states this probably took a life on its own. I know there's always politics involved with supreme court nominees, but is this sort of found material, I guess for the midterms. Oh, definitely I I, you know, it's always a very political process, and it's become much more. So in recent years, or so each party has begin to escalate what kind of tactics they're willing to employ to keep the conservative liberal balance? The supreme court what it currently is sort of shifted in their parties favor. But certainly to have something happening so close to the midterm elections where Democrats are already pretty energized because they disliked President Trump. They dislike what Republicans are doing a Washington just seems to them like another power grab by narrow Republican majorities at a at a president that lost the popular vote for Republicans. I mean, a major factor in why they voted for Trump in the first place was they wanted conservative judges and cared about who is controlling the supreme court. They didn't want Antony and Zacharias seat in particular to go to a liberal to have Anthony Kennedy's seat. Go to a more reliable conservative potentially really does deliver a pretty big promise to many of the voters who turned out for Trump in two thousand sixteen. So this could be a real motivating factor for them to show up in the midterm election. So it really is something that energizes both sides to some extent, Jimmy. Politics editor at the Washington.

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, October four glad you could be with us. And here's what's up this hour. Senators and staffers in Washington today will review the FBI report that looked at accusations against prem- court nominee Brett Cavanaugh seven law enforcement officers have been shot during a hostage standoff in Florence South Carolina, one officer was killed a federal judge has ruled against attempts to end temporary deportation protections for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti Nicaragua and Sudan, and why the importance of sitting together with your kids on a plane is a difficult concept for airlines. Thought that you take a five year old and move them Penrose away from parents, whatever on on the airplane, and you tell the family in advance you knew boarding pass at the gate as they as they board the Israeli kind of disturbing Wall Street Journal travel writer, Scott McCartney on the latest way airlines show, you that they can't give a rip about families. He's here in about twenty minutes. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has set up a critical procedural vote for tomorrow on supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. Meanwhile, judiciary committee staff will get a look this morning at the FBI report that examined allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against judge cavenaugh. They'll be briefed separated by party. There is word this morning that they have received the FBI report. Senator McConnell said senators would have time starting today to review FBI findings before voting later this week will have the opportunity to review investigators records and.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTOK

"Your host, Gordon Deal deadly shootout in South Carolina. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka it is Thursday October fourth. Glad you're with us. And here's what we have for you this hour seven law enforcement officers have been shot during a hostage situation involving children in Florence, South Carolina. One officer was killed lawmakers on Capitol Hill today are expected to review the FBI report that looked at accusations against supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh at thumbs down for a White House attempt to change immigration laws. A federal judges ruled against attempts to end deportation protection. An Amazon's new wage announcement is having ripple effects across the job market right at the time where a lot of retailers and warehouses and all those folks are looking to find no workers Amazon just upped the ante in terms of what should be the minimum pay. You back for these job right off the bat. At walmart. These bad UPS all need workers right now. And Amazon decide said, well, we're gonna pay everyone. Fifteen dollars an hour. Wall Street Journal reporter Eric Morales on how Amazon's new pay raise is pressuring others. Seven police officers have been shot during a hostage situation in South Carolina. One was killed and six others were wounded yesterday. When a gunman took an unknown number of children hostage in the city of Florence. The gunman was arrested and the children were all released safely killed in the line of duty was fifty two year old officer Terrance caraway, a thirty year veteran of the force. Florence police chief Alan Hyde later today. Mark.

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"gordon deal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:50 min | 2 years ago

"gordon deal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gordon Deal. Thanks for being with us on this Friday, September fourteen Gordon Deal with Jennifer Kushinka. Some of our top stories and headlines landfall for hurricane Florence in the Carolinas water rescues already underway. Hundreds of thousands without power explosions and fires damaged dozens of homes and businesses after gas line rupture in suburban Boston preorder begin today for the new apple products Davidson averaged more than fifteen yards per play in beating up division. Three Guilford last night ninety one to sixty one. Yes, that's a football score. And the Cajun navy arrives to help in the Carolinas that story in about twenty minutes. On a lighter note today, the New York Jets may turn out to be a reasonably good football team this NFL season. But Wall Street Journal sportswriter Jayson gay says, this is a disaster because he really needs the jets to provide joke material Jason explain first of all Gordon, you're on the record as a longtime jet van. How did you feel Monday night? After that incredible career debut of Sam darnold pancake. The Detroit Lions were you like running in the streets kissing and hugging strangers. I wore a smile for three straight days. And then then realize they have to play again on Sunday, so controlling things. I think it's good. I think you should enjoy it while you can I mean, you know, the best thing about that victory. Have to agree with that darnold began in the most jet black way throwing the pig from the first player. I mean, come on. Yes. But I think what we got out of that was that he turned around on the very next possession. And got the jets at touchdown. I I was very impressed by that. Right. And now this is what my column is about. We are in bizarro land. Because now we have optimistic. Bam. We have confidence about Sam darnold. We have a future. And if you're a communist like me, a real hack, Gordon. You need to be bad. You need the comedy like the jets have been reliable punchline for me for years. Even when they were good in the wreck here, there are kind of goofy jets have been such great Potter and turned around all of a sudden, they're this distinguished hard to make fun of operation. I'm going to be out of work. I know what you're doing. You're not fooling anybody. So you're writing these nice things about the jets in an effort to try to jinx them. I know this drill your I'm on me. You know? But I fear that my James is enough to stop the momentum. Here. Look at the way, the jets got about their business. The last couple of years they have the ability and the coaching stability in the front office together. We'll be back to the UK brother creek Oni. No one even knows that the guy is, you know, people are all of a sudden feeling these are not the same old jet or or doing jet see things as you say doing the Jesse things like I don't know if Sam darnold has a tumble does he? We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, sportswriter Jayson gay. His piece is called the jets may be good. This is bad. As Jason admits. He kind of needs the jets every once in a while to throw onto the bus and poke fun at. I mean based on sixty minutes of football. Is the reason for up here. Or was it that all what new coaches to the first week of the NFL when the combined Owen seven like map, Patricia. While it would be very gutsy of you to look, you know, for really nervous. But I think there are. Real reasons to be as. Darnold of being able to bounce back for Pakalitha start giving possibly have in your professional career was really impressive. The fact that they were a pile on points of offense and defense Detroit. They may not be a Super Bowl contender. But not the worst team the league they made them look like a semi pro team. I mean that was a very very impressive win on the road in the market Monday night game. I mean, look Jetson had quickstart before you only have to go back to last year there were three and two and Toshiro AFC east. But I think the quarterback situation should be a real load off for you bull will the Browns be a target or is that just too easy for you. The Browns are also probably Gordon. Bayer zero zero and one. Because they tied the Steelers I'm making this up, but I'm not being Beth ground, pardon fourteen years, just the way thirteen consecutive home owners just the way you deliver the oh in one true that out there was just something. So delicious about the Browns and being undefeated. I love it. You don't really have any skin in the game. Right. I mean, you're you're feeling good. Because you're a Wisconsin guy. Right. The college game is good for you very possible the badgers could rely table. So you need something. I'm a mercenary, Gordon. Hi, just root for the story. And it's the story of the quarterback running into the center and fumbling. The ball store, I want the jet being a reasonably good football team that goes nine and seven hundred seventy six that's not a sexy for your buddy. Jason Jason Wall Street Journal sportswriter Jayson gay twenty minutes now in front of the hour on.

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