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"goshi aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"All right. Scott flown back with you here on NewsRadio. Seven hundred wwl w thank you for all the condolences of the passing of my mom, and it's always good to get back into routine sense, normalcy at this point, and the normal seeing Cincinnati, as always rather add normal. Remember the Cincinnati cop who last winter tasers an eleven year old girl believe she was eleven years old. And she was stealing from the spring grove Kroger. Now when you're a little kid, of course. I won't say we've all done it, but, but many, many children have tested thorny, and seeing something going. I don't have any money, but I'm gonna take that doesn't mean that you're going to be a career criminal or arch. And along those lines of the kids do, and she had a backpack full of merchandise while she was caught by the police officer in this case officer, Kevin Brown. She was ordered by officer Brown's security guard. I work in detail on. Okay, stop. All right. I'm look through the backpack. She got scared and ran. He's yelling stop. Stop stop. He pulls out the taser and hits her. As a result, he was suspended for something like a week without pay. Well, we've now learned in the interim here after great interpretation and Goshi aviation. There was no excessive use of force us boxer Brown by taking the eleven year old girl because he was in one hundred percent complete accordance with Cincinnati police department regulations in that as her according to the manual before it was rewritten could be used on someone between the ages of. Seven and seventy which is probably more of a guideline. But even the policy itself said, yeah, it's pretty much. Okay. To use everybody. Joining me on the show this morning on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline, Dan hills who is the president of the Cincinnati f o p lodge. Joining me here on seven hundred w Daniel, my brother. Are you this morning? In america. I'm I'm stopping the pick up the special dog food stops kidney stones with my dog. It's a great country where you can make sure your dog doesn't, don't you love the don't you love the fact that our dogs are taking better care of than the people who are in charge of the dogs, you don't have a special diet, you know, special food. You probably eat a lot of fast food, and junk like the rest of us doing yet, where they're buying freshly freshly cooked food for dogs and pampering, our dog special bottle dog water. Doggy daycare, my dogs are going to doggy, daycare, data get groomed, and everything my dogs get better treatment, and I do I agree with you one hundred percent at that was our but it makes money move around and. Here in America. And this way, Lucy doesn't people at match what that's important. Kingwood is not a good thing for anybody whether it's manner canine or feline for that matter and Dan, let's talk about officer Kevin Brown here for a sec. So we have this conversations. I recall vividly when when this whole thing happened. I said, you know, the idea of changing an eleven year old girl is uncomfortable for most people, and yet it happened, but it happened with in full accordance of what the rules, ours, you pointed out saying, what it says in the employee manual basically used to take your policy says ages, seven to seventy and yet they still suspended Brown for seven weeks. The question is, why if it's there in the manual as we said, it's like, okay then change the policy. But how do you punish someone for doing something that's in complete accordance with company policy? I can tell you simply came down to people salt and said, they just didn't like it. They didn't like the way. It looked name all wrong. The media grabbed it politicians reacted to it. But there's nothing you know, in case all that, that pointed to be in way out of bounds and there was, I absolutely nothing procedure that said it was at about they just didn't like it. And that's not a reason to suspend Kevin was suspended. Its police power is unable to work any extra duty special details that he had, you know, like many officers depended on for extra income or is and everything else. And he was given a ficials suspension, after many months of unofficial suspension of seven days. And while we could not arbitrator, grieve, the, the unofficial suspension thousands of dollars that cost him we were able to read the, the seven day suspension for excessive use. Yeah. Look at this thing too. I think the problem most people have is this is eleven year old girl and eleven year old girls eleven year old boys for that manner as low as maybe some seventy year old men and women can be particularly aggressive. And if you don't think an eleven year old can hurt you. They most certainly can but, but in this case, the girl had a backpack on, and she was in fear. And she was fleeing most people said, well, there's the problem I have he wasn't running at the officer attacking the officer. She's running away from the officer. How does USA force apply in a case like that? Well, this particular disturbing in the argument to the city, they kept bringing up Graham v Qatar, which is the most important case when it comes to use the force and they kept talking about the fact that she was young and small and Nassir Brown, it should have never even a fear author Brown. Never once stated he was afraid of the suspect, simply trying to stop. And the grand decision doesn't say that you can't use force that, you can only use force when you're in fear of the beat on or shot or anything like that. Now you can only use deadly force in those cases. But we're talking about the use of the tasers, something that we were trained in as this is an alternative that should almost never result in death. And it's been used. Across the country. And I think there's maybe you know, less than a handful of cases where they said it resulted in a death, and for that matter and somebody in grand with them can potentially result in the deaths that we call them less less lethal. And, and in other words, it's almost impossible, especially for somebody young and healthy that result in anything at all. And in most cases, just like in this case, no injury other than the probes that entered a tiny little portion of her skin, which resulted in the treatment of a band, right? This is a very preferred method to stop somebody who's clean. And that's what the union was able to do in our attorneys did a great job of researching, and we brought in case after case after case that we didn't find an eleven year old per se. But we found I believe twelve year olds and tons of thirteen year olds fourteen year olds in a whole bunch of death cases where people were fleeing. So even if they. They were older or bigger Warton, fear of them. We are just trying to stop them, just like we were trying to stop her and the procedure said at the time it can be used from some ages seven to seventy. Now there's a new procedure that says, don't use on young children in minor offenses. Okay. Probably not the new policy and procedure policy and procedure is a new one and we can't hit the, the refresh button on Kevin Brown after, you know, he was just trying to you what he was saying, which is stop theft. Well, here's a couple of things. Dan hills on a Scott Sloan show this morning on seven hundred w w in the decision made the ruling from an independent arbitrator, by the way found, no excessive use of force boxer, Kevin Brown only taste at eleven year, old girl hit her with a taser. She was shoplifting at the spring, grove, Kroger gets his seven days a payback. But number one is the young child element of this. So, so we add something a policy this fairly clear ages, seven to seventeen we've now changed it to something about as clear as a pile of dog. Cramp. Don't show what the hell's a young child. Is it a four year old is it a twelve year old is the policy worse? Not better, your reaction. Craft anything to do with the. The dog. It's definitely more vague. And, and obviously, it's designed around this case saying we didn't like it. So this, I'm going to, you know, say in the future we, we don't want it. You know that's that's the chief of police. Right. And, and in the end, I think it's more of what does what does society, one out least department. We want our policemen to sit there and let anybody that could be considered young and. Offensive can be considered minor, do I guess, if we're hired as a detail we kind of fan there as long as people around us and there they go. And so, you know, I can see where a lot of a lot of society alliances. Let's say police are backing down again. But it's it's it's it's their rule by their rule book. It's the Union's responsibility to step out for police officers when we say, well, wait a second. The rule book violated the, the rule that I guess we now have that we just didn't like number two, Dan. Dan, real quick here. Is that foreign escapes me as if Kevin Brown's a big old guy? I mean he's he's big boy, he, I don't know what he goes to something. I'm sure but, but a lot of people said, well, don't tasers stopper, somehow, okay tackle if you do that. Now, it puts it miss the officer as well as a suspect in this case, the eleven year old girl. What are the optics of a I don't know, a two hundred and thirty two hundred forty pound man tackling a little eleven year old girl who has some stuff in her backpack from Kroger in Furthermore, when it comes to safety because people said, well, you, if you take her that she could have died fortunately, she didn't. It's very rare that people do, but they do it young man at the university of Cincinnati, that happened ham, right? Not too long ago. But if you're if you outweigh someone by probably more than double safe to say in Brown tackles her she's got the way to the backpack. She comes down hits her head. She could suffer irreversible brain damage spinal cord injury. Things like that, which were far worse than the outcomes that could have been the greater risk is suggesting that somehow it safer for officer Brown tackler cop, the tackle eleven year old rather than Tatum. That's silly. There's no doubt about it again. We have to define something we have to talk about the miniscule occurrences of something like you talked about miniscule occurrences of death by by taking there's, I'm certain Lenny, more deaths, resulting from a physical struggles, though, the like you said an author that ways better than two hundred pounds going in tackling this young suspect would not have good optics and could potentially cause its own arm as is her running in the parking lot could cost. To arm because air she could have been hit by a couple of hundred pound man. But by a couple thousand pound people first before any of that, I, we have to assume that Kevin Brown catcher and there, I think is lease quite a bit of doubt, to, you know, I like him Brown working with him throughout this whole incident, and everything like that. But I think if we set up a charity foot rate. Would go about even and that's because right now I'm having a little trouble with some plain. It's still being. Fan. I'm not known for my speed. I'm known for a lot of things swift of foot is now one, but I see a picture cabinet. I go may be able to take him in a foot race. Three way. A charity. Cabinet probably laugh at that whole thing too. But, but at the same time, it's like, yeah, you know that's. Yeah. I, I look any. No, it's, it's a lot of armchair quarterback or armchair quarterbacks in making this out to be more than it is. But, you know, here's the thing, I think the big takeaway from this, Dan, is, this is the cowardice of those the administration and this is why you need a strong police union is because the reason they did that the looked at those same rulebook. We all did and said, okay, it says in their seven to seventy the girl's eleven by your own policy. She's allowed to be taste in everything fit the Bill for someone to be tasteless case regardless, if there are eleven if they're of twenty thirty forty fifty years old, the tasting was justified in this case, and that's why the independent arbitrated, and there's no excessive use of force because that's the policy, but because of the optics of this whole thing that it's a big two hundred plus pound guy, teasing a poor little eleven year old girl for just stealing some stuff from Kroger which I don't think is a high crime or misdemeanor for that, for that matter. I think you know, it's kids do those kind of things. From time to time. And it's things that remind them not to do it again. But that being said the problem was the leadership of the lack thereof again, in the Cincinnati that it was easier to go with the side and the wave of public opinion in throwing their officers under the bus to take away the sting of their responsibility crafting, regulations, which he followed. It's easier to throw Kevin Brown into the bus and go..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"That's their label. Right. They wanna see revenue growth in the private markets. So I think it's very, very, very early days and. And it's beginning to happen. But again the same problems, and then some additional ones in private market supply. If you're going to build a concentrated portfolio of a handful of positions, you can't do Quant, it can't be pure Quant. The stats don't work. We need to build a pretty diversified portfolio for a pure quantum approach to make sense now might like angels, or a company like that being a really interesting position to do something like this. I think so I don't believe that they do that today. But that's the kind of firm that has the end of the universe is big enough that they can start to apply some really thoughtful, quantum approaches. So I think what you'll see I is that Qantas starting to be a tool in the tool kit of private investors. The other hurdle, though is just the relationship and deal side of this is I've learned through experience with our friend. Brent is just such a critical and central piece of success in that world that, especially as you get into the more interesting parts of the market. Not the really competitive best price wins. Big by. Out type private equity, but the more nuanced relationship dependent founder, lead, private equity, or something like this, then your relationship with the seller your skill into Goshi aviation, and deal structure. All of these things are critical and again can Quant help inform some of that probably. But I don't think it's ever going to completely eat the whole thing. So I think Quant in private markets is coming it starting there's some very early examples of it that are compelling interesting. I've never seen like a really good live out of sample result. Not because there haven't been any things too early. So something I'm watching, and we're really interested in as a firm. We're not actively doing any research to try to get into that world. But I wouldn't be surprised if we are in ten years, because I think it makes sense if you can get good data sets and predict stuff better than you in a couple of your podcast episodes. You mentioned the names of some people that you've invested with through your family, office, and some of the activties you've done, you mentioned, Brent sure at adventures. You mentioned the graveyard, and he wrote a piece about analyzing quantitative managers. How do you think about investing in other managers? So the podcast for me is and will always be a very pure curiosity machine. I don't really have clear alterior motive or like I am trying to do thing XYZ, maybe the one slight caveat to that or exception to that is, we are really interested in making high return investments as firm as a family me individually, and I don't believe that one hundred percent of the best returns are gonna come from our Kwan strategies forever into the future. I have the vast majority of my personal money and the parts of the firm, have vast majority of their money in our own public equity strategies but I think it would be foolish to think that that's the only invest place to put money. So several years ago, we began making smaller investments, externally and some of the classic ways, you know, just really simple straight direct deals, early and later stage typically with people that we knew. Exceptionally. Well, so this is not our trade. So we need to have deep deep trust with the people that we get involved with what the podcast made me realize was. Wow. There's some really interesting strategies out there that are completely different in unachievable based on our skill set. An art toolkit, perhaps, we should get into business formerly with some of these teams. And again, earn a high return on our flexibility, so because we're not managing anyone else's money in this, at least at this point, we can afford to structure, things really creative ways to meet the needs of the counterparty and to accomplish sort of win win scenario. And so do view the podcast sort of my search for other interesting people to become business partners with and in the hundred and thirty episodes roughly, it's one out of every ten or maybe a little bit more than that, where we've become really close either business partners or deep. Friends me, personally or more broadly speaking with one of these guests..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And global stocks are rising ahead of the US jobs report. Five oh one. On Wall Street. We check the markets every fifteen minutes while the trading day on Bloomberg. SNP futures are up eight points. Dow futures up seventy six NASDAQ futures up twenty seven the Dax in Germany's up seven tenths percent. So's the Footsie-100 the CAC in Paris up one point three percent. Nikkei two twenty five in Japan gained half percent, ten year treasury that will change two point one one percent yield on the two year one point eight six percents. Nymex crude oil up one point four percent or seventy three cents at fifty three thirty four a barrel. Comex gold down a quarter percent, or three dollars ten cents if their team thirty nine sixty announce the euro. One point one two six eight against the dollar and the yen is at one eight point four nine Nathan Darren, we begin with the threat of US tariffs on Mexico, if the two sides can't reach a deal on immigration enforcement before Monday's deadline. President Trump is toughening his rhetoric on the matter. In an interview with Fox News. They need us. They stole thirty two percent of our car business. Stupidest at one the crew stupid deals of our time. There's been tough talk from the White House along with big signs of progress into Goshi aviation's, which now enter their third day. Bloomberg's Bob moon reports still not enough that was the message to Mexican negotiators after two days of talks, although vice President Mike Pence says the administration is encouraged by what Mexico is brought to the table never mind, talk by some fficials, if the sanctions might be delayed time for a deal run short at this point, the terrorists are going to be imposed on Monday, the vice-president told reporters the US inform Mexico's delegation at needed more than internal enforcement, the talks will continue. But the US demand for decisive action was about a specific as Pence would get Bob moon, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you. Meanwhile, President Trump's rhetoric on China has a bit softer. I'll definitely gonna do with China. That wanna make a deal. Now, I will say, I wanna get a deal, but what they did was very and they tried to renegotiate, they can't do that next chance to end the stalemate with Beijing comes this weekend. When secretary Steven Mnuchin meets PVC governor Ye gang at the g twenty finance ministers summit in Japan overnight. Governor Ye discussed the trade dispute in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg his first ever broadcast interview with international media after eleven wrong, though, full negotiation. They have achieved the tremendous consensus, but foot, the reason that I everybody knows right now, we are running into a great difficulty PVC governor Yang says he's hopeful that talks was secretary Mnuchin this weekend will be productive at the same time. He tells US China has tremendous room to adjust monetary policy in response to the trade war for fuller hike in tariff, escalating. Feodor our policy to kiss is ready. We have tremendous rule, if something bad happening, our monetary policy could act in a right direction. They have plenty of room in interest rate, plenty room in required. Reserve ratio rate and also for the fiscal monetary policy to his the room for adjustment is tremendous PBOC. Governor Yang speaking exclusively to Bloomberg says there's no line in the sand for China's currency analysts have previously suggest today, seven handle could be a red line for Beijing that you on weekend after his remarks and his currently trading at six point nine five against the dollar. Of course, China and Mexico are in focus, but so are jobs with the US government's monthly employment report due out at eight thirty AM Wall Street time economists forecast, a gain of one hundred seventy five thousand jobs in may with the unemployment rate and average hourly earnings holding steady. Bloomberg's. Michael Mckee reports. The focus is squarely on the number of jobs created in may after the ADP employment report suggested very weak hiring during the month other indicators, including jobless claims and reports on manufacturing and service industries show. More strengthen the labor market, so analysts still forecast, a reasonably good payrolls, number. They're also looking for no change in the unemployment rate currently at its lowest since nineteen sixty nine the combination should mean relatively strong hourly earnings. Michael Mckee, Bloomberg daybreak. All right. Michael. Thank you. Meanwhile, stock analysts are not sure what they want, and today's jobs data with uncertainty over how weak or strong employment numbers could affect that policy. Good may be good or good. Maybe bad as Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett reports Wall Street is decidedly undecided. The question will a week report boost rate cut on. Or maybe the cuts are already priced in mixed economic data isn't helping a measure of US manufacturing activity fell in may to the lowest since October two thousand sixteen. But household wealth hit a record in the first quarter and different measures of confidence of sword. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks Charlie traders, expect a rate cut this year. New York fed president, John Williams, isn't endorsing one instead. He's warning about low inflation while I will always be vigilant about inflation that gets too high. It's actually inflation, that's too low. The more pressing problem today. Volumes stopped short of endorsing, a rate cut. He reinforced the flexibility fed church. Rome Powell signalled earlier this week officials have signalled they're open to easing policy. If escalating trade war dims the economic outlook. Meanwhile, President Trump's trade wars have wiped out all, but a hundred dollars from the average American households windfall from the twenty seventeen tax overhaul as a Cording to research from the New York fed, which says tariffs have already cost the average household, but eight hundred thirty one dollars compared to the nine hundred thirty dollars average tax cut shares of beyond meat or surging again this morning, the stock at quadrupled since last month's IPO. It's up. Another nineteen percent this morning on. Sales outlook topped analysts estimates. This is Bloomberg. At five oh. Seven on Wall Street. It is time to check the latest world and national news on this Friday morning. It's Bloomberg's Michael Barr..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Even a Smith to bombast thick and polarizing for your taste, but you will not hear a lot of people say that he gets it wrong on the basketball reports very often. He was on fire yesterday. Stephen A is really every show, he does should be a remote from a different city because when he has a live audience there. He is a different person. More relaxed more fun. He's always interesting always has the information but he is more relaxed when he has that live audience. I've got to explain to you guys something that's happening. Now. Perhaps you've seen some the, the last couple of media writers that write about these things when the Goshi aviation's come up on somebody, and all of a sudden you see the spinning newspaper headlines. Of Stephen a Smith, ten million dollars a year highest paid employee in history of ESPN. Those. That's fine. You can do all that corporate stuff, but the New York Post and the Andrew Marchand and those media writers have been writing about this stuff and all I'm telling you is Stephen a Smith is having a hell of a contract year. You can question him all you like you can say he's getting facts wrong places because he's spread too thin but over here he's fighting with the new heavyweight champion and then it's Cannella Alvarez over there that he's fighting with yesterday. He's taking on all comers. Again, Kevin Durant. You wanna fight and and his profile is blowing up all over the place. He's getting bigger than he was a year two years ago as this cartoon wrestling character. That is part journalists and, you know, part gas, but I think even as actually moving the needle when it comes to interest in boxing, just by being a part of it by driving the national conversation everyone's like saying, we need this great heavyweight know what you need is a heavyweight. Stephen a Smith a titan in the industry. Mike. I'm telling you the. Different times. Right. But I didn't think it would be possible to be co Celine. Again, I didn't think that, that would ever exist again. And what, what this is the evolution of it, where he's a journalist, he's about bombast, and he's absolutely. The guy who would step on a street corner in Harlem, get out of his limousine in the way that Cosell didn't think that by his mere presence, they will stop fighting best contracts is since Erick Dampier. He's, he for those who don't know been listening to the show for a long time. When the first time I found out, what's that? Stephen Smith was about it involves Erick Dampier who played an entire career as if it were in flip flop, and for the contract here except for that one contract and brought the PF even a Smith's savage that, dude. No way. I've never seen in NBA reporting before on television, flamed him anywhere. Anytime didn't care enough about it, and I feel and you can go ahead and Google if you'd like if you're not familiar with Eric damn peers. Work. Look at the size of this man. Now, maybe some of you know that in private he was making red velvet cake for his teammates, because sometimes the seven footer isn't exactly the menace that appears to be. But I felt this shadow on me in the locker room when Stephen a Smith was right across from me and couldn't see that Eric, Dan peer was looming was coming and he was talking about here in his own locker room ripping him up and down. And I just raised an eyebrow toward Eric, Dan peer and Stephen Smith turned the volume up and said, I don't care. He knows everything. I'm saying about him is true, and he just kept going on and on. And Dampier just walked by, like a cruise ship just kept it moving. You're good. With words that a vivid movie in my mind really telling you. That's how it happened. That's how I experienced where I'm like, this is a son of seismic sea change in the way, the reporter is going to be respected in the locker room. But we felt like we were there. I mean you painted a beautiful picture. Man. I'm telling you that Stephen Smith from. Back then was doing that kind of stuff. And in two thousand nineteen because the worldwide leader in sports is setting during the finals was working his way back right now. It's understood, but remember Steven they went away for a while. What had a failure a failure on his resume, left tried politics, left, ESPN, and came back bigger and stronger than ever? I mean yesterday he was talking about how G Q is likely going to do a cover story on him. G Q. Think about that. You know what I'm upset by? I'm upset by that because only g q. On the cover of everything, popular mechanics he did. He did. Go onto say what took you so long. And he's saying did you see what he said about Syria, though? Did you say because he's now getting in the game on his contract here he gets you know, whatever a quarter of a million re tweets on the idea of? Yeah, I'll be the voice of Siri fine. I'll do it due to popular demand. I might add. And so it's cool to watch this escalation, as the basketball partner says, sure, Stephen seven PM just do your own show..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"These is Bloomberg BusinessWeek radio. I'm Kalama sir. And I'm Jason Kelly. Plenty had few in this are the weekend edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, including a look at Wall Street through the eyes of politicians lot of money to be had Democrats, not shy about asking for it politics, always makes for fun, and interesting friends, certainly when it comes to donations also we take a look at Nali would not Bollywood not Hollywood, but we're talking about Nali what we're talking about the film industry in Nigeria, plus BusinessWeek talks, our exclusive interview at Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, first step, though. We take a look at the politics section featuring a story on the relationship between President Trump and Kim Jong UN. Well, this love affair as the president is states has described it has really made the whole relationship. The whole geopolitical relationship a little more complicated. Chilling Goodman joins us from the nation's capital. She oversees, of course, the politics section for the magazine. So tell. Tell us how this relationship has evolved. If this were Facebook we'd say it's complicated. Right. We've certainly would. So they had this historic sit down, of course, last year in Singapore, after which both sides fairly few about the relationship Trump proclaiming on Twitter that they had fallen in love that. And that nuclear excuse me that North Korea was, of course, no longer a nuclear threat. But then in February we saw the collapse of those talks. And so now that, that both of them have decided that they were so close in spoken publicly about how close they were kind of left themselves without a clear avenue to get what they want without losing face. Well, that's the whole point. I felt like there was a line, the story, but how the to have to kind of a delicate line to do. Exactly like that safe face and avoid a nuclear war. Nobody wants that at this point, but it's tricky correct. Yes. Absolutely. I mean on the one hand Kim Jong UN desperately need that Nommik aid, North Korea's harvest last year was tropic. We're talking about widespread hunger in the country. And so that does he's a you know, all powerful political figure, but that does come with some risk to him, so he desperately wants economic aid. But he won't get that, from the Trump administration without giving up his nuclear weapons, which he also doesn't want to do, and so without that, and that's sort of where the stalemate came from in February, as if the definition of what t- muclear ising means and the Trump administration just wasn't willing to agree to what North Korea was willing to offer and Jillian it's an interesting insight into the US administration, especially because it feels like you have the president who, obviously, is in charge at the end of the day, the decider to use the argument of one of his predecessors. But you also have his administration, which is trying to keep these. Negotiations going on. And sometimes in this is not the first time we've seen this with this administration. Those parties seem to be a little bit odd. How is this administration sort of balancing that finished have sort of balancing game as you say? I mean on the one hand like Trump has really taken on the role of being the person that's going to fix this relationship of being the person who's going to negotiate one on one with Kim and his fallen apart. I mean you saw Steve begin the nuclear negotiator. The North Korean negotiator was actually, in South Korea when does during one of the missile tests that sort of prompted this latest about of tensions, and so it is a pretty bold move for them to North Korea that as to be testing missiles, while the US negotiator is so close. In fact, within range of some of those missiles that they tested whose could've fascinating. I think this point that the two initially directly. Goshi aviation's. Right. It was really those two individuals. Kim Jong UN and President Trump, you know figuring things out that kind of made it much more complicated and kind of got us to where we are to some extent today. That makes the negotiations now even trickier and tougher exactly. Yeah. Voting. Neither leader wants to look like not a leader my backing down well with President Trump and we seen this in a number of different cases. And this is a stylistic thing if nothing else where he wants to go one on one with world leaders, whether it is Vladimir Putin in the case of the Helsinki summit, whether it is Kim Jong as you've described even with other world leaders some allies, some traditional, foes, how much does this just tell us about this is how this president roles. I mean a lot, you know, he's, he's famously that way and his businesses as well. But really, what we're seeing with this relationship with North Korea is that this is why we have diplomats who negotiate the details before the two leaders get in. Into the room so that everybody knows what's going to happen, so that you don't walk into a situation like we had an annoying where there are so many unknowns. And there's still so much work to do between the two leaders that no one's, really. Sure, what's going to come out, right? These typically usually a lot of choreography that has all been laid out. And then we just kind of get to see it all fall into place in follow the script or the plan. And that's not exactly what we saw here. Tell me little bit about to South Korea and their role in all of this, because they're in a very tricky position, right? In Allah, I certainly of the United States, but they also because they are certainly within range of those nuclear weapons from North Korea there in a tricky place, as well. Exactly. And there's been a lot of progress made, of course in the relationship between the north and the sound a lot of work that moon Jae ended before we got to the same poor summit last year. And so he on the one hand doesn't want to the US, but also doesn't want to risk the sort of fragile keys that he's built with Kim. And so, you know, South Korea is providing food aid through the World Food Program, and it's hoping that, that will sort of Luthan loosen things up and lead to a third summit. But the US hasn't really budged on that. That's Jillian Goodman. And I really liked this story because the nuances of personal relationships I writ large, that is the cornerstone of this administration. Right. And personal relationship though can complicate, what really is a geopolitical relationship. Right. And both leaders right now walking a fine line. Right. They're both trying to save face they'd want to a nuclear war. It'll be interesting to see the ultimate, we get this.
"goshi aviation" Discussed on KGO 810
"But I use born detainee and the war on terror is now a free man. John walker. Lindh of Marin county was captured in Afghanistan fighting for the Taliban in the early days after the nine eleven attacks. Correspondent Barbara Starr reports he was introduced to some of bin Laden, Taliban fighters stormed. The compound where Lind was being held and claimed the first American casualty in the global war on terror Johnny Micheal, Spann, and undercover. CIA officer who had interrogated Lind Lynn was released from jail this morning after. Serving seventeen years of twenty year term bar leaders are considering another fare hike are debating an increase of five point four percent or about forty to fifty cents per fair. If approved bar would continue to raise fares every two years by three point seven percent through the year. Twenty Twenty-eight leaders say the money would help Bart higher up to nineteen new police officers. It would also help fun new gates to cut down on fare Vader's. It's estimated Bart misses out on twenty five million dollars every year because of Vader's in the meantime, we are learning how much it will cost you to ride from San Jose to San Francisco. Bart is expected to approve fifteen and a half dollar round trip tickets between the future. Beria station in San Jose, in the embark, aero station. One of the few people who survived the ghost ship warehouse fire testified at trial this week cagey, Terry rouse reports he is a witness. The defense did not want on the stand events argue that Sam Maxwell shouldn't be allowed to testify because jurors would be overly sympathetic to his injuries. But the judge allowed his testimony without. The jury present Maxwell suffered burns, nerve damage and irreversible brain damage from the fire, he testified in a low gravelly voice from his wheelchair with help from an interpreter Maxwell testified, he thought he was going to burn alive on the stairs, became crammed with people trying to flee from the second floor. Eric Meena in max Harris or facing thirty six counts of manslaughter for the thirty six people who died in the fire as President Trump announced he will no longer work with Democrats, because of their oversight ah, prominent Republican leader is urging him to look beyond the spat, I talked to Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina yesterday. He told me look understand what the president's going through, but I need him to rise above, and try to get some things done because there's a long list of items ahead correspond, Lauren FOX, President Trump cut off infrastructure and Goshi aviation's after speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of an ongoing cover up federal prosecutors in New York have charged a banker with trying to buy himself a role in President Trump's administration. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says he's charged with. Making risky loans to a.
"goshi aviation" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The unemployed and middle family suffer Americans would see it in smaller paychecks that would have the effect of fewer jobs, but House Democrats demand Noonan Goshi aviation's. We would like to find a bipartisan way forward, but our caucus will not submit the hostage taking and we will not submit to this deal. Now last night. There was over provision to cut the estate tax on the wealthy wealthiest people in the country. And incidentally, as you saw that one was a fight with the president of his own party. And now, I think because he's a two term governor and governors by definition have to prioritize governing. So they're always seen as more practical than any similarly situated politician, who's not a governor. Now, his run for the presidency is being characterized by some as the start of the arrival of the moderates into the democratic presidential field. And, you know, honestly at this point call any of these candidates anything you want to just make sure. You spell their name. Right. But Jay Inslee. Jay inslee. S L E J Ensley has always been a progressive in the Democratic Party. He voted against the Iraq war voted against the Bank, bailout he'd voted against the repeal of glass steagle, which set the deregulatory dominoes falling that caused the Wall Street crash in the first place as governor has state was the first state in the country to sue Trump over the Muslim ban. He instituted a moratorium on the death penalty, the top court and has state followed that up abolishing the death penalty in his state. He signed a statewide guaranteed paid family leave plan. You get twelve weeks paid time off from work by state law for having a kid for a serious medical issue. He signed a statewide equal pay law for women and men to get equal pay for equal work. He signed the first state net neutrality law. He's proposed a statewide version of the public option for health insurance the public option you remember got traded away at the national level when ObamaCare pass. But now they're going to do it in his state public option for health insurance that. Everybody can buy into he's proposed statewide pardons for marijuana related misdemeanor. Convictions is state's minimum wages, twelve bucks. An hour. It'll be thirteen fifty an hour by this time next year in the state's biggest city in the state's biggest airport the minimum wage is at sixteen dollars an hour actually a little bit above that at the airport and the state has one of the highest rates of job growth in the country. And with that kind of a record you might build a progressive presidential campaign around to any of those things or all of them. But he has decided instead to run on on one issue. One issue that he has been working on all along. Everyone in this country is changing deuce carbon pollution new energy future climate change climate chill chain the chain we need to defeat climate change. That's what I believe. We're the first generation to feel the sting of climate change. It were the last that can do something about it. We went to the moon and created technologies have changed the world. Our country's next mission. Must be to rise up to the most urgent challenge of our time to feeding climate change people usually throw the phrase one issue candidate around like it's an insult like at some sort of epithet. You're just a one issue candidate Washington. Governor Jay Inslee is running with that himself, and he's running with it. Now, it's also how he's been governing. He blocked construction of a huge terminal on the Columbia River to export coal to Asia threw up roadblocks to stop a huge oil train facility that was going to be built at the port of Vancouver. He signed a tax on pipelines putting pipeline operators on the hook for funding oil spill response, it was a key co-sponsor on the last big climate legislation that passed anything in Washington. It was the cap and trade Bill that passed the house in nine, but then died in the Senate years. Before that he was cosponsoring. He was sponsoring excuse me, comprehensive legislation to cap emissions. Switch us from fossil fuels.
"goshi aviation" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You have to be a rapist or a racist to get ahead in the democrat party or is it just desirable an advantageous? That's our question today. Given what you have seen in the last. I don't know several years. Let alone recent weeks L had Obama tweeting about it's just the Benjamins talking about American Jews and the influence on politics talking about how evil with her colleague Rashida to leap evil, Israel is the tropes of antisemitism. Seemed to be embraced now by the democrat party. Irrespective of what Nancy Pelosi said today, it is very very disturbing. The president has held an impromptu press conference with a sheriffs in the White House today before he heads off to El Paso tonight to give a speech. You know, what it's going to be about Friday February fifteenth the day after Ballantine's they is the deadline for these special congressional committee on the Goshi aviation's on government funding and border security to come to some kind of compromise. What is the likelihood it seems that it is very low at the moment why? Because Democrats want to have a cap on the number of people that we can detain who are criminals at the border. There's some magic number and above that. We're not allowed as a nation to hold criminals in detention quite quite stunning. Let's go back to your calls. A lot of people want to express that opinion on the multiple topics of the day. We get a lot of calls from California before I do that. I really do have to every day. It seems as if you've got a new and you station joining us, and I'm very very excited from fort Payne, Allah. Obama news talk fourteen hundred W F P A you on now broadcasting America. I live the newest national radio show in America. Welcome aboard fourteen hundred W F, P A Fort, Wayne, Alabama, happy to have you. Let's go to your calls line four team in Pasadena, California. Welcome to America first. Hello sebastian. Listen, I think it's very interesting that these antisemitic remarks are not being called out by the media. And I really think it's because mostly of their black people that are making these anti semitic marks in remarks. And the media is very very frightened to criticize anyone that's blacks. I think that has a well that's not that's not. That's not true. So retreated to leave causes self Palestinian, Illinois Oma is Somali. So it's yeah. Colored may be or ethnic or from minorities. But yes, I think you know. Oh, hang on governor Northam. He's not colleges. That's a good point. Can you hear me? Okay. So yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's a pretty good point. Actually, you make a very good point. I want to say something about this woman. That's I o Cossio across your Cortez or whatever. What is she saying? She's making some environmental. Enlisting wish the green new deal or something. Right. Am I am? I right. Yes. Exactly. That's right. It's all the green new deal, by the way, there are hundreds and hundreds. So she wants to tear it out all the federal buildings. There are hundreds and hundreds of these federal buildings in America today that they have used architects and artists for the murals and things that you could never replace because you don't have these great works of art being produced today, mostly because the left and and she would be tearing down tons of beautiful art apart from whatever it is. She thinks she's going to do that and making that's a job. That's a great point. Thank you. That's super point. Let me just say with you my own personal experience. When I worked in the White House. So most people who work for the president in the White House don't work in the White House because the west wing is tiny. It's not like the TV show. Most of the hundreds of people who work for the president in the White House work in the Eisenhower executive building, which is an incredible incredible structure that about a hundred years ago ninety years ago. They wanted to rebuild it. They wanted to take it down and rebuild it. And if anybody's just go online have a look at the images from inside the building it is a classicist building. It is full of marble. It is beautifully decorated my favorite place to work in the White House wasn't in the White House. It was in the secretary of war suite on the second floor of the Eisenhower building an incredible wood panel building that any of us could use. If we booked it in the vans a hundred years ago. I guess the then ocasio Cortes wanted to demolish the whole building and replace it with something that's more efficient. I guess that's excuse. They're using now where they did the feasibility study. They said it would cost more to demolish it because it was actually made out of granite out of mabul out of stone. It would cost more to demolish than to actually build the new building. Yeah. You're absolutely right. And what would happen? You would have lost this incredible historic building. But this is the essence thanks for calling Tim. This is the essence of socialism. Let's not forget where socialism comes from. It is a distortion Karl Marx distortion of the galleon dialectic, this German philosopher who wasn't a left wing his acolytes in students would actually develop his philosophy into what would become fascism. So hey goals. One stream of its misinterpretation led to Hitler. But the other stream led to Karl Marx and socialism. And that interpretation that distortion stated that the history of mankind is constant progression towards perfection towards utopia inhales case, it was knowledge of God. He was a religious man in the case of Karl Marx. It was we create perfection on earth. We create it Mandanas because there's no God in order to do that you have to destroy everything you have to make it in your own image. If you're not made in the image of God that everything must be destroyed to serve your ideology. That's how venture the Soviet Union would be created. And we get the concept of what most Soviet you will create the perfect man the Soviet, man. This is what ocasio Cortez has really warmed in her new green new deal, which of course, means power for her and fill the elite. That's crazy. One more call in this segment before we get on next guest on America. First. Let's go to line to Ryan in Arizona. Welcome to America. First. I just want to say this real quick the Democratic Party to me is Satan last few tala tempted to take as many souls as it can't back to hell and through the end game of deception, and that's all I wanna say. Pretty pretty deep. I think it was CS Lewis the author of incredible works of fiction such as the noneya tales also play I so recently in Washington called the screw tape letters, which is about a devil training. His his into his junior death on how to tempt a individual a man, I think we'll see us Lucie said the greatest victory the devil ever achieved was to convince us that he doesn't exist. If you doubt the devil exists. Think about governor Ralph Northam policies think about governor Cuomo's policies think about the video I posted this weekend on my Twitter feed. Facebook of a follower of mine who videoed an abortion, doctor who came out of the clinic and started screaming at this individual. Who said I. Like to kill them. It's not it's not an exaggeration. That's what this doctor in scrubs standing outside. The clinic is screaming into the camera of this person smartphone. He likes to kill the babies. That's not.
"goshi aviation" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Why don't you get to the part of the week that we always get to with Kenny G where we try and go through his phone and see if we can get his famous friends on it's Wednesday. Kenny, Ed, so and we have two more appearances with you this week. So I'm thinking I thought Bill Clinton was going to be the guy was going to ask for. But I'm wondering the most famous guy because you've gotten Richard Marx on for us. You got Ray Romano last year. I'm wondering most famous name in your phone, and how are we going to get them on or her by Friday? This is a tough one. Let's see I've got Pierce Brosnan. He's in my phone. Yes. Yes. Yes. To talk to him. Let's hear what else we I know. But I guess that's yes. I wanna talk to Pierce Brosnan. Okay. Let's see. I've got Andy Garcia in their house. He. Yeah. My mother's favorite actor because he's Cuban we still want. Listen, I've been I've been emailing George Lopez lately because we're setting up for the Honda Classic. He I know he's one of your favorites. No. Thanks. Okay. Who else we're still appears Pierce trying to think who else? I got Michael Douglas. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Great guy. That guy is a great guy. Kenny come on. Let's go. Let's I I mean. I'll send out some tweets and some. And the messages and see if anybody's interested, isn't that? We'll see if we can set something out the numbers, I'm happy to do it for your don't do that. If I do that don't do that do not do that Kenny we will talk to you tomorrow. Thank you as always real quick before we get you out of here. A single most important. Patriots. They just need me. All right. We'll talk to you tomorrow. You are the best. Thank you, sir. Here's michael. All right stand. Let's go is the investigation underway. Billy, do you. Have any information for us on did Sean Payton at the eleven AM press conference where Roger Goodell clown shirt under his actual shirt? This is a barstool sports situation. They sell these t shirts of Goodell with a clown nose. And it really appears the Sean Payton was wearing that shirt. What are you hearing on Super Bowl radio row about this controversy in the middle of Super Bowl radio row week? Oh, man. Dan, people will not stop talking about it at this table right now them watching to Sean watch and do the bean Bouza challenger heats jelly beans and one of them is good tasting run of bad taste just had a bad one Super Bowl. I wanna know more. What's bad one tastes like? And you just go ask him. Do you mind going to ask him and finding out what the bad one tastes like? Well, he seems to be doing some sort of commercial. There's a bunch of cameras around him. And I think he's here on behalf of Gatorade. Because wearing a Gatorade sweatshirt, and he's downing these being booze jelly beans with Gatorade. So it seems like this a lot of product placement going on here. Okay. That's great. That's great that they're going to go ahead and try and kill the quarterback for the Texans with sugar and electrolyte turning the camera around. All right there. He goes. All right. Excellent work by you, Billy, always being bozo. Thank you for repeating that, my these stugatz podcast. Where are we on the Goshi aviation's? I heard the gentle gentle laughter of standing Gundy in the background there. Nobody loves Billy more than men Gundy. Where are we on the negotiations with stugatz on having a podcast with his name on it got negotiation done is everything signed because we're supposed to have this announcement. Next segment. I haven't signed anything. Oppose another zero Stu guts another zero. I should hire. You to be my agent offer to deal is it really final offer the offer that I have such thing as a final off. And you want to handle this for me that you should. You know what you can? In addition to being talent. You can also be the executive vice president of basketball operations of this podcast on. Okay. Very good. By the way. He does not understand that the zeros he's asking for we've been putting them on the front end of everything that we're doing. Technology truth brought to you by cold. Truth. You will certainly an any text about your supervisor to your supervisor. What's Janet's fangs? Did she lose that? With a weed whacker? Oh and sent wait. No, no, no. So easy to switch them. Save on car insurance at geiko dot com. Janet, I think my phone was hacked or something..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I S N and W w HD two Milwaukee an iheartradio station. Democrats are everywhere. But Washington, I'm Pam through sale. Fox News that in a tweet from President Trump who again is saying he's at the White House waiting as the partial government shutdown stretches to a twenty third day, the stalemate centering on funding for a border wall. Every democrat that I've worked with for about ten years now has agreed to funding for barrier slash walls on Obama's watch on on bushes. Watching all of a sudden as a bad thing on Trump's watch Senate, Republican Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, one of the challenges of negotiating with President Trump as Lindsey Graham knows better than anyone else is I feel like I've signed up for the Trump of the day club. I don't know what position we're going to get on an Goshi aviation from day one to day. Two Senate democrat, Chris coons of Delaware. Both lawmakers appearing on Fox News Sunday as tensions heightened between the US. Enter Ron the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the. White house. National Security Council asked the Pentagon for plans last year for launching a military attack against the regime. I think that what you are seeing with the national security team, and those that are working to make certain that we are increasing our strength in the Middle East Senate Republican, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, speaking to FOX's Maria barter Romo, the paper says the Pentagon obeyed the request, but it's unclear if the plans were fully developed or even provided to the White House, according to U N inspectors Ron continues to comply with the international nuclear deal that the US withdrew from. But that could change the head of Iran's nuclear program says the country has started preliminary activities for designing a modern process for twenty percent uranium enrichment that would be a violation of the two thousand fifteen agreement in may the US pulled out of the deal. This is Fox.
"goshi aviation" Discussed on AP Radio News
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"goshi aviation" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"This is Adam cruel show one thousand the live episode bench words joins onstage. Alison Rosen Brian Bishop as well, some twenty thirteen Ben is great an acting projects. He's larry. He's great on podcasts. He's mazing on the island Parola show. Such a kind person he comes off such a like if you had him as a friend growing up you beat a better place in your life. Just by knowing him and what he's on stage with Adam. He does like empathetic comedy thing where he rules with every punch. Adam has every joke every theory he'd never stops. But then like, oh, Adam I use fake objects. It's great he's like this moral conscience, but also he's going along writer die without joke for joke and this joins onstage in Adam explains to him. What he's got coming. Very soon worked really well together. I think you'll enjoy it two thousand thirteen and shorts. Every fucking conversation. I have with my daughter is a fourteen move back and forth. It's like it's like the Jews in the Palestinians, and it's a fucking go Goshi aviation, and she's got her. Well, here's what I'm saying. Like, what do you do? I'm saying like when you could just take a fuck and flip flop off and go across their head with it or take that wooden spoon or do something. It was it was a conversation ender. It just stop. So here's how the conversation goes. My daughter has this like two things she has this easy glider thing that she's sort of sit on like a mechanic's creeper for kids. Like the thing you slide under cars with except for your back. But the problem is like it's meant for sliding under SUV's, essentially, and we go walking through the hills. And my daughter says, I'm taking my easy glider. And the next thing, you know, she takes off down the hill. She's crazy like a speed junkie or maybe just like a junkie junky and Gail Metallica slow running after because I'm thinking cars going to come hill. She's going to slide right under the fucking bummer. And I don't care. What happens it hurt? My fucking gonna kill me. If I don't come home with her is gonna crush the easy glider meant to be ridden like that. Or she using it not its purpose. She's supposed to be doing this with her feet and working this sort of pumping action with our feet. But when she's out a forty five degree grade. She just goes sailing down the fuck and hill. So tonight, she announces she's going out walking she's going with the nanny, and she's bringing her easy glider, and it's dark outside. And I say, no, you're not going with the easy go, I we're gonna roll under a car. It's dark outside traffic coming up the hill. You're gonna get killed and she goes, well, what if I just pull it with me during the hill par? Art. And then I'll get on it when it plans out, and I say, no, no, no, easy glider there. I know it sounds like a new fangled tampon. But I say, no. And she says all right. Well, what if all hangs onto my hand when I and I go, no. She knows you fifteen different Mackintosh of whatever this is. And I know because you can't because olga's Kolding, Molly and molly's going to be tugging on it. But I realized if I could just hit him with the fuck and flip-flop this conversation. We'll be over. Well, you should do that. Then I should do that. Then right. No. She learned that. No means no, I you know, how people figure out. No means. No, you hit them once. And then they realized no means no until that. No means fuck you old, man. Let's continue this argument into the future. I'm actually someone for whom I can't handle. No meaning. No. So I but outside of it. I can diagnose that that's going to keep trying to come up with ways to outsmart you, let's bring bench Wirtz here because he just walked in. How? Allies season coup Sunday nights, ten pm Showtime. Ben how how do we get? Love you on parks and rec bottle. Thank you so much. Chris do really like look, I don't wanna turn into a black comedian here and talk about I can't wait where this goes. This is good. How how mommy is to beat the shit out of to go. Get my own switch and beat the shit outta me..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Okay. Back to the show, and we're back and we've got Kelsey Snell here or this now. Hey, kelsey. Hey there. So let's start with the latest in the government shutdown last Friday at midnight, the government shutdown and today, it is still shut down. So Kelsey are we any closer to a deal at this point? It really doesn't seem like it. It doesn't seem like there's been much progress at all beyond. Leaders in the house in the Senate saying they're waiting to hear from President Trump about what it is he'd be willing to accept to reopen the government, but that is exactly where we were on Friday last week when we're exactly where we were on Wednesday last week. We've been at this same exact place for a really long time. Now, let's have a quick reminder. I actually unwanted the main sticking point is between the White House. And and let's say Democrats at specifically in congress. What can they not agree on? They can't agree on whether or not there should be any money at all for building a physical bear. Fair that'd be. Here's bears. Under. So there's a disagreement about whether or not there should be any money in the spending Bill to build a wall on the border with Mexico. Trump says he needs about five billion dollars. Democrats originally said they'd be open to about one point six billion dollars in border security, and maybe some money that could flexibly be used to work on fencing along the border. But now they seem to be absolutely nowhere in agreement about what should happen and Democrats are digging in Tam, you were just with the president and presumably this question came up. Yeah. It came up. It definitely came up. One of my colleagues in the press pool asked the president a bunch of different ways. What would you be willing to accept sort of specific questions about dollar amounts or whether it's for a wall, and and despite the specificity of the questions there was no specificity in the answers, except for the president to say that he wants a wall. He needs the money for the wall. He needs border security. This is where I start to feel like a therapist where I'm like are we? Even talking about a wall anymore because this is worth reminding when we talk about this. We are not having a policy argument about border security, and what it will take to secure the border. We are in a political food fight between a president who sees immigration as decor identity issue of his White House and a Democratic Party that just one wave election. I don't care what anybody else calls it. I'm going to call it a wave that gave them forty seats and control of the house delivered by voters who overwhelmingly opposed the wall by sixty seventy eighty percent margins. Right. And we're and they're staring down each other. And somebody's gotta have in someone's going to have to blink. And then Kelsey is. Exactly, right. The Democrats feel emboldened right now for a couple of reasons on Christmas Eve when the stock market took a dive and the president was tweeting a radically democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer use this as a moment to say, look L Radic. This president is he's not someone we can negotiate with we need to know what he's going to sign. So they're trying to paint. The president is the irrational player in here, which they have a point because the president had already said he would agree to sign. In a stop-gap funding resolution, and then changed his mind. So tell us what you will sign is kind of their their last standing point. And also that Democrats are about to take over the house, and they don't feel like in the politics of who's got to give and take in a Goshi aviation. They'd just believed that they have a stronger hand here. Now, if nobody blinks the shutdown could keep going for a while. But soon let's talk about that. Then because if Democrats are going to take over the house, which they are going to very soon, presumably, they'll put together a different set of negotiation. Right. They'll have different. And do we have any sense of what they're willing to agree on? And if they're not willing to budge I mean, I don't know that they're necessarily going to put together a different negotiation..
"goshi aviation" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"So much parking and noisy. Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, you're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent controls my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest. A family of a seven-year-old illegal immigrants who died in the custody of border patrol demanding investigation that identified his seven-year-old Jacqueline. Call McCain from Guatemala. She and her father were detained with more than one hundred and sixty others in a remote stretch of desert when she was first detained order patrol didn't note, any illness and her father signed a waiver saying she was in good health less than forty eight hours later. She died of septic shock, dehydration and fever at a hospital in L Paso, Texas. Her father issued a statement asking for an investigation and saying nobody has explained to him the cause of his daughter's death. Fox's Jackie Heinrich reports. The girl's father also denies allegations that his daughter had been without food or water for days much to return to but the last remaining evacuation orders from the big northern California wildfire were lifted on Saturday. A month. After the fire broke out that killed six people and destroyed fourteen thousand homes, there's a new threat now property owners are being warned there could be heavy metals lead dioxin and mercury the debris left behind from the fire. A freak toll booth. Accident leaves a woman in Indiana, dead state police say forty year old Luciana Ortiz died after she was injured along the Indiana toll road in Hammond near the Indiana, Illinois state line. Investigators say Ortiz dropped her debit card while trying to pay her SUV launched towards her wedging her against a toll gate, a state trooper and a witness helped rescue or tease she died. Four days later, Marcus white Fox News after a breezing bruising two weeks of the Goshi aviations officials from nearly two hundred countries agreed Saturday on universal transparent rules the government efforts to cut emissions and curb global warming the deal agreed upon at the UN climate talks in Poland enables countries to put into. The principles in the twenty fifteen in SRP, invoice list price dealer, price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these terms, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not.
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"Tucker Carlson is just so much parking and noisy. Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern. What really matters Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent. Who controls my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Family of a seven-year-old illegal immigrants who died in the custody of border patrol demanding an investigation that identified his seven year old Jack lean call McKean from Guatemala. She and her father were detained with more than one hundred and sixty others in a remote stretch of desert when she was first detained order patrol didn't note, any illness and her father signed a waiver saying she was in good health less than forty eight hours later. She died of septic shock, dehydration and fever at a hospital in L Paso, Texas. Her father issued a statement asking for an investigation and saying nobody has explained to him the cause of his daughter's death. Jackie Heinrich reports. The girl's father also denies allegations that his daughter had been without food or water for days much to return to but the last remaining evacuation orders from the big northern California wildfire were lifted on Saturday. More than a month. After the fire broke out that killed eighty six people and destroyed fourteen thousand homes, there's a new threat now property owners are being warned there could be heavy metals lead dioxin and mercury ille- Asham debris left behind from the fire. A freak toll booth. Accident leaves a woman in Indiana, dead state police say forty year old Luciana Ortiz died after she was injured along the Indiana toll road in Hammond near the Indiana, Illinois state line. Investigators say Ortiz dropped her debit card while trying to pay her SUV launched towards her wedging her against a toll gate, a state trooper and a witness helped rescue or tease she died. Four days later, Marcus white Fox News after a breezing bruising two weeks of the Goshi aviations officials from nearly two hundred countries agreed Saturday on universal transparent rules that govern efforts to cut emissions and curb global warming the deal agreed upon at the UN climate talks in Poland enables countries to put into. Actual the principles in the twenty fifteen Paris.
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"Okay. Have the raiders ever seen an iphone Goshi aviation. They do. They not know whether it's levian Bauer, Aaron, Donald, or any of these guys. So this is getting ugly getting heated. And then like a we September first comes along and they show up and you give them more guaranteed money and you say, we're going to look at this next year, whatever it is and you keep them on the team. Were you just give them the money, just give them the money like they do with their Donald. It took two off seasons, but it happened with Aaron, Donald. There are so many ways to resolve these things and what the raiders did was they made the fake stuff real all the posturing. Ooh, we're going to trade him. We're not gonna talk to him. We're gonna break off negotiations all the posturing. The raiders are the first team in history to actually do for real. Code treating one. That's why I wrote about this week because it just felt like that was happening. It's like there might be some fire here. I mean, this is not like the rest of these things going on a while and to what I've heard from people who have been around the raiders in the past that apparently when they came to MAC with an extension, he was so turned off by grew that it really did like put a. Painfully and kind of irreparably irregularly like sour taste in the mouths of both of those parties. What they were talking. That is my understanding. I've heard that from a couple of people, but apparently it started off on such a bad note that it was going to be really hard to come back again. That just speaks to their inability to negotiate like a professional NFL team. Okay, things. Number one, I agree there the the relationship seem rep ab-. Irreparably damaged. Okay. Having said that we both can't say reprobate, apparently, today I'm excited having said that. Do you know how many people in the NFL worked together well and fucking hate each other? Yes, it's called being professional, absolutely fucking their coaches and quarterbacks, head coaches, and quarterbacks coordinators, ovens coordinators and quarterbacks offense. Coordinator head coaches, maybe doesn't last for three or four years beret. You get two beers in. A combine fucking guy like it happens and you know what everybody sticks together is because there's a lot of money to be made, and a lot of glory of everyone is rowing in the same direction. Okay. Jon Gruden and Jon Gruden is like, oh, I don't like Cologne. If if if it was all personal, I feel like those things could have been resolved is a lotta acrimony chelation ships and his league. I totally agree, but you know what? I'm gonna take it because the end result of all that function is clear. MAC is on the bears. Now let's talk for a short term. Short term expectations to the bears. Now twenty eighteen. I think they can make class. I mean, I think that would, again, it's all about the offense. I think that defense, you know, defense is hard to predict Aaron shots tweet about today on a percent, right? E- fence is not necessarily a, this is what it looks like on paper. It's gonna be a sometimes that's how it goes, but they have that was the one spot on this defense I looked at and said they really need somebody there. And now they have the guy that front seven sculpting if roquan comes in and plays well right away all my God. I mean that unit top to bottom is one of the more complete in the NFL with globe. There are no like define weaknesses mean. Maybe Jonathan board is not as good of another interior linemen as you'd want. I, I don't know what else to say Leonard Floyd headed issues, but he's pretty darn good. The roquan Danny trevathan that's secondary. I, it's that unit has a chance to really take a huge step because what Khalil Mack does, he's like the rogue in the big lebowski like he just brings the room together. He's going to give so many single teams. The guys on that defensive line and their run defense is going to be better because of ham. It's everything become elevated because Khalil Mack is there. They could easily have a top five. Now it's all about the often can the offense..
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"A unique healthcare facility in Cranston Patricia Morgan yesterday She issued a statement she said. That she's. Officially launched. Her Rhode Island, job creator tour visiting employers and employees it successful small businesses throughout the, state thus far she has visited among, them let's, see fireworks catering that's in providence. Taylor box of Warren, also vibe cool. The vibrators out there in Richmond listening to owners and workers inside says and concerns as well as sharing, with them her plans for reinvigorating Rhode Island's. Economy and when we were talking, with her yesterday And I said you gotta be kind. Of bummed out you gotta be kinda disappointed that there really are no. Serious debates planned before the the primary. And she. Said she's. More disappointed for, the voters put deep down I think she knows she's disappointed because she's, got to go to name up there, you know, name recognition is absolutely everything for. These candidates especially if, they don't have. A lot of dough in their campaign coffers You know name recognition is absolutely key, and how much time is left before the primaries not much time whatsoever We talked about Joe Fleming the other day. From flying associates because, they put, out an eyewitness news Roger Williams university poll on what Monday of this week and in that poll he, said he, doesn't think that. The voters are? Really all, that engaged yet in this particular. Election and look, at I mean not engaged yet what? Are you. Gonna handful the. Days left before the primary so pretty interesting Rhode Island hospital in the nurses union oh boy here we, go they have filed complaints against each other who give you an idea, how the talks are going with them his Caroline Goggin from eyewitness news less than twenty four hours after negotiations resumed, between life span and the nurses union drama between the two escalated both lifespan and, the local five zero nine. Eight union filing complaints against each other, with the National Labor Relations board on Thursday, Rhode Island hospitals complaint claims the nurses union was, engaging in, quote bad faith bargaining during, the current contract negotiations the hospital claiming the union? Went on strike last Month over issues that were not subjective. Any proposal on the table as we've reported union members on the picket line said they weren't only, striking because of wages and benefits but also because of. A lack of resources, and staffing, hospital leaders have repeatedly said the union did not bring up those issues during the Goshi aviation's on Thursday, not long, after we learned. Lifespan was filing? Its complaint, unit fired back accusing the hospital. Of implementing changes, after the strike saying it deliberately targeted? Members of. The union who. Were active in the strike union council telling us quote the hospital knew ahead of time that we intended, to file charges this morning and, looks as if life span filed charges, to distract the public's attention from their own unlawful conduct we look forward to litigating these matters before the NLRB and, I spoke to union spokesperson Ray Sullivan over the phone he said he doesn't know, the timeline yet for when. The board will hear the complaints from, both the hospital and the union meantime both, sides are expected to meet again on August fifteenth I asked relevant. If those talks would still happen considering developments he told me he hasn't heard otherwise, Caroline Goggin from my witness news in today's Providence, Journal residents of block island concerned about how a high voltage power line for the first offshore wind farm in the United States that is supposed to be buried, became exposed the power line was visible on Wednesday of this week at low tide state beach now NBC ten reports that the thirty-seven thousand five hundred volt power line runs electrically generated by offshore deepwater wind turbines to the mainland and to block island residents resident doc Lewis said that people have been assured it's safe but asked would you want your children's stepping on forty thousand volts utility national grid says. Shifting sediment has exposed that line but officials are confident that it's safe national grid officials say that they're gonna keep. Block island updated on the situation Maher yeah that's cause for some concern there but national grid says it's safe so we're talking. About, the debate over the lack of debates in the Ron React and that's our poll question, for today do you think Governor Raimondo and Cranston mayor Allan Fung decision not to schedule primary debates will hurt them in the eyes of the voters moving, forward you. Can log onto NewsRadio RI dot com and give us a yes or no do. You, think that Governor Raimondo and Allen funds decision not to schedule primary debates will hurt them in, the eyes of voters so you can log on tell us. What, the. Think about that yesterday you wanna leave a comment you go, to the Facebook page for the program other day I? Asked you if debates, have a big impact do they, swing you one way or the other when you get into that voting booth and most of you said no really doesn't. Have, super duper impact me I liked, the debates because you just you. Know it it's not the homogenized stuff that the candidates wanna lay on you You know the moderator can. Ask a question that will take them, off in a different direction in one have you kind of takes him out of the comfort zone and I liked that in because. Then we can learn a little bit more about where they stand. So United nurses and allied professionals local fifty ninety eight and Rhode Island hospital they finally complaints against each other with the National Labor Relations. Board that, doesn't sound good the complaints, were filed yesterday just a day after the two sides. Meant for contract talks for the first time since there's? Is one on strike around the hospital alleging that the nurses union has negotiated in bad faith while, the union says the hospital has made changes. To workplace conditions that are. Supposed to be subjected to collective bargaining federal mediators schedule the. Second round of negotiations coming up for next Wednesday, so we'll see if they can make any headway there boy this one caught my eye what a strange story out of, Cranston Brian Amaral in the Providence Journal. Has a story about a guy who's, charged after police. Responded to a report of a teenage girl he was leading around On a leash is Daniel. Keefe from ABC six Mr. McEvoy ABC six speaking with the Cranston man posting controversial. Videos on his Facebook page with a teenage girl this is twenty. Five year old John McEvoy or doing nothing wrong there's nothing against, the wall with what was going on back voice shared videos of his seventeen year old girlfriend. Being walked on a leash and apparently drinking vodka it's not like I was doing anything like, against her will or something like it looked. Like like all that stuff is like completely consensual and so certain things people into the videos got the attention of the DC YIF which contacted Cranston police wanting them to do, a welfare check on her as it turns out the girl was not there when they went to mcevoy's house while they're sticking, out mcevoy's home on Beckwith. Street police approached him suspecting him of selling drugs McEvoy says he was in the sun room talking to to Cranston officers. When a third approached him from behind grabbed him and that's when he said he went through the. Window and the officers threw him on the table and that's when he got Pepper sprayed we contacted Cranston police to get their version, of the run in with. McEvoy we were told no drugs were found and he was pepper sprayed.