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"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:54 min | 22 hrs ago

"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"I think giving local as the power to run these things would deliver much better results. I think one of the big task though is is when moore who was at the cabinet office. He had an agreement to seek his nose into every bit of government. Business and i've been the question is he is being put in charge of loving agenda but the lovely agenda isn't containing just one department skills obviously key part of it that's not in mc l. g. as transformed start again nor in that department what will go to giving some kind of coordinating role over those departments always the these policy areas even in his point. And that's one of the big questions. Fraser what do you think. Michael dave needs to. It comes to leading up. If as james argument that things like crime perhaps and make it to brood is this should be the focus on education should be a fake his own. Getting money into the mountains in the north was this is basically asks. What do you think the government should focus on in general. I mean leveling up such an amorphous freeze. It could be taken to mean anything. So i can certainly give you my list of priorities. I would education number one. I think my who was quite right. Ten years ago when he focused on reducing attainment gap between the rich and the poor. I think that gap has been blue in wide open again and through lockdowns. A huge damage which ministers even know. Wouldn't dear to measure little redress because of the grade. Inflation as i start with that because unless that damage is repaired quickly then the inequalities will be built for a generation then you can start to use tax varying powers for example. Vat is e. You tech's wasn't you tanks for as long as we were in the eu we had no powers changing vat tall with certain boundaries we could increase or decreases but you couldn't for example cuts vat on 'em certain were impoverished towns. Now when you go to america you see this quite lot. Various states have different sales tax. They do that. Try to be more competitive. I don't see why regions of the uk shouldn't be allowed to do that. Or you can have national journal holidays in the parts of the country where you need to come up. With investment in other words elements of tax competition. I think could be quite effective in leveling up in other words having a sort of supply-side orientated. Reform rather than thinking is boris. Johnson tends to do which parts of the country the most taxpayers money. I think my groove can change the conversation which parts of the country can better compete. And how can we help them. Compete geographic that. James i mean task positions should be possible a dubbing. It always needs to be a state onto. I've you've obviously got reports in a whole bunch of places bats an interesting version. Leveling which is about the state been less present robinson more present and i mean the point is if you try and do lebanon up from whitehall. I don't think is going to work in that white who doesn't know these places. Well enough i mean you have to find a way to work with the local grain. And that is why of mass as good on to this conundrum. And i also don't think that you need to do is to not think that you can solve every single problem for that bring up and i mean a lot of problems that they wished to solve. We'll follow for on that if you get the economic piece of it right then the pride in place which are excited about that will come to and james when it comes to other people joining. Michael graveness mission. Nealer brian sweden appointed as minister and. He's being the potion working on leveling up whitepaper nor are yet but do we have any hint of what will be in that direction of what we bring into the department..

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"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

02:39 min | 22 hrs ago

"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Laundering by jane. Saif and fraser nelson now. This week we had a cabinet reshuffle. I'm one of the top lines. Miss the fact that michael gov has been charged trying to beef up the leveling up agenda fraser part of the issue at this which burston still sees a key plank of his election message of he hopes. We has domestic. Reform is no one is quite sure what it means. Do you think michael gold can fix us. I think he can fix this one of the things who goes very good that is coming up with theses journalists in the same way. The boris johnson. A journalist this strange thing is that boris has failed to answer zone ezee question. What does leveling up mean..

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"gove" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | Last month

"gove" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"3 to 6 on W M A L. It is the Chris Plante Show, Michael Palka. And for Chris Plante, they riff We are hearing. They're just made me think we need to take that, uh, that song creep. I'm a creep. I'm a loser. We need to make a Cuomo parody that covered The New York Post today is hilarious. It's got an aerial shot. I guess a drone went over the governor's mansion in New York City. And took a shot of the love Gove sitting poolside with his assistant, and she's in a little sundress sitting on the deck and he's he's dictating to her, and I'm sure he's also telling her I am the love Gove. I'm a cool dude and little smooth, you know that. I just say let it go. Just go with the flow, baby. Yeah, baby. Hiding out by your pool. The taxpayer paid for pool at the governor's mansion still in office, and in the week he'll know whether or not he'll be impeached. Maybe he leaves before then maybe not the discussion of the day. We're hitting heavily on the infrastructure bill, which has gotten a bad review from the CBO Atlanta quarter of a trillion dollars to the national debt, and Leo wants to weigh in on this as well. Leo. Welcome to the Chris Plante CEO. Get a great show and your group fill him thanks to the infrastructure Bill. Includes a Breathalyzer for every car in the country, and the problem is, it's really expensive $45 for install And then $80 every month. If you have two cars in the family, and twice that Mm. Pathetic. Well,.

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Here's where you can preregister for a COVID-19 vaccine in Seattle

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Here's where you can preregister for a COVID-19 vaccine in Seattle

"People to pre register for the day that everyone 16 and older is eligible for the vaccine. Any King County a resident can register for the Seattle doses now at Seattle dot Gove slash vaccine. As of yesterday. There were

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"gove" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"gove" Discussed on WTOP

"Gove 9 22 Pregnant women facing an increased risk of more severe illness from Corona virus, they're more likely to be hospitalized, placed on a ventilator or even die in the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology says they should get the vaccine moving vaccine in pregnancy is absolutely considered safe, Dr Amy, but Ulises an o. B g Y n with Kaiser Permanente in Falls church there have been no risks demonstrated none of the vaccines that are currently approved. None of them are live vaccine, so there's no chance of getting sick from the vaccine and other vaccines, such as against whooping cough and flew are known to protect babies. Babies born of mothers who received the flu vaccine have a much lower chance of getting the flu within the first six months of life. Christi King W T o P News we have to Zeneca Vaccine 79% effective at preventing symptomatic covert cases 100% effective at preventing severe cases or going to the hospital there even dying, But there are concerns still about blood clotting race from overseas Americans should not be concerned about blood clots being a side effect of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and it's not just AstraZeneca that said that it's also the European Medicines Agency, which is the equivalent of the FDA for the European Union, as well as other regulatory bodies. So this is really another example of something happening after a vaccine being blamed on the vaccine. The risk benefit ratio still favors this vaccine, so I don't think this is something to worry about. This is a safe and effective vaccine, and it's been proven to be so. And that is Dr Misha Dahlia and affects Justin Disease expert who works at Johns Hopkins. Look at money news is straight ahead..

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"gove" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"gove" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot Gove in new this morning drug maker AstraZeneca reports data from a new U. S study on its covert vaccine shows its 79% effective. The early findings will be submitted to the Food and Drug Administration, which will look at approving the vaccine for emergency use here in the U. S. While the AstraZeneca vaccine has been authorized in more than 50 countries around the world, scientists have been awaiting results of the U. S study and hopes it'll clear up some of the confusion about just how well the shots really work. So when you get vaccinated against any element, your body's immune response can cause your lymph nodes to swell. That might show up when women get their mammograms right now guidance Very some institutions recommend separation between vaccination and breast screenings to avoid potentially unnecessary follow up appointments. Women delay their mammogram, either 4 to 6 weeks after they're all done with their second vaccine, or they have their mammogram before their vaccine. Dr Clayton Taylor suppressed imaging radiologist at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. His facility is confident it can safely interpret mammograms knowing when you received vaccine. And in what arm? No delays are recommended. But, he says, for your routine screening, seek out the recommendations of that facility and just followed them for speaking. W T O Penis, anxiety and uncertainty have been part of the year long pandemic and new research shows. Kids are not immune from the fears. More than three quarters of parents surveyed say at least one event of the past year impacted their child's sense of safety and safety dot com reports that covert 19 was by far the most impactful. On Children sense of feeling safe. Besides covert. Other things that have sparked fear and kids in the past year include political unrest, riots, gun violence and cybersecurity, particularly on O. W T o P News Up.

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"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"That's their fault and those people are more likely to be be. Amy will again. That's their fault is nothing to do with us. It's not discriminatory reverse just the way the cards are foreign. There are a whole bunch of people in this country who are weary of contact with the authorities. I think there are people who are in debt. There are people who've got who might be behind with their taxes than might be people who are basically off radar for a whole bunch of reasons now a system of the. Id card one of the reasons. I'm against. it is the same reason that i'm against him to bring your id to you when you vote. Because there are a whole bunch of people who are not in the habit of formerly registering selves of the governments who were nonetheless our countrymen and who nonetheless deserve equal sexist everything but the rest of us have got and i think that's very important liberal principle but this isn't a particularly good time to be holding liberal principles. I get the feeling that. I'm one of the fast declining minority better. We could do an opinion. Poll of our podcast listeners. Probably hear them. Five percent would agree with me or legal immigrants for example given that we've already got the listener competition for some party as if you'd like to get in touch and let us know where you stand on phrases possession that he is in the minority hip pleased a cruiser andrews agrees with me ready building movement. And thank you phrase the thank you james and thank you for listening.

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"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"gove" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Hello and welcome to coffeehouse shots. I'm katie and i'm joined. James inside siphoned phrase nelson. Michael gave has been announced as the minister. Who's going to lead a review into vaccine passports. This is the head of the great easing stage in june whereby which many tory. Mp's and members of the public hoped. There will be no restrictions at all. Fraser what does this mean. Michael graves appointment hip because when it comes to the debate so far has been the sense that actually michael people pushing for slow easing cool. She's by ovid infections rising. So what does it mean in the sense. Healed not being charged with this in one sense. It means that being quantity will have a foregone conclusion that vaccine. Id cards will be brought in. Michael gov is quite consistently been on their hawkish end of most lockdown decisions. Who we know this from his cabinet from his overall demeanor from his roars cabinet. Secretary putting forward the sage advice without anything really to combat it also his decision not to balance sages advice with other advice about the effects of lockdown on the school in the economy mental health. You the way that was presented to us here are the number potential number of deaths therefore we must look down by the way. Don't ask was happening on cancer. Don't ask was happening education. That's all the cabinet office's way of describing this pandemic now boorda's johnson is no great admirer of id cards. He routes very passionately against them. When tony blair repose them. I think you said that he was tear up and eat is. Id card if he was asked to produce one so he hits the idea. The problem is that he is sent two ministers with conflicting messages on. This number. Ten has said that vaccine. Id cards discriminatory. Now when they said that it seemed almost as if that means you must be cancelling them we can't have anything as discriminatory. No that wasn't quite the message. The message was that number ten news discriminatory but still think that there is a virtue behind them now. Michael gov broadly speaking. He was the person who is arguing. That if lester has outbreak of covid then trains should not stop at leicester easily..

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"gove" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

09:58 min | 8 months ago

"gove" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"At every stage of of any sort of political question but many are always think of the promo clip. yourself mistaken and you got to be able to to have that challenge and i changed my mind on cetinje as a result of of that so i quite agree and i also agree the Professor gupta's being subject to and what roja was certainly subject to was what I think this murray has cold Offense archaeology people would deliberately coach phrases or arguments. And then heedless of the context hold them up and say how have written this. This should be so and sometimes this poke. Clutching was infected and exaggerated in order to try to manage lawyers or silence. That voice now view is with greg nelson. We should draw to defend what it is that we've said and sometimes we'll speak infelicitous but we should always trying to do if we all grown ups is also trying to be fair to the other side it a civilized argument understand what that point of view is disagree of course but respect and the only way that you can emerge at a stronger position in politics or anywhere else is paying your opponents of the courtesy of trying to understand Their argument on reflecting afterwards and what they have got right and you may have got wrong. I think we have about five or six minutes. If i may one last question. But i'll begin it. If i may i ask to take ninety seconds of roger. This is a little closer to three minutes but on the first anniversary of his death. It's wonderful to be reminded of what this man sounded. looked like. There is such a thing as the permanent state And we live in a modern world and for seven decades at least seven decades in both your country and ma in throughout the anglosphere. Let's let's graduate anglosphere. The state has expanded and expanded and expanded. And i love the world that you describe with the same. You're yearning love that. I would which i love tolkien But they belong on the bookshelf together. It's not a practical agenda right. Tony why i'm wrong. And please tell me why i'm wrong. Well you're not entirely wrong there. The expansion of the state to absorb more more of civil society has happened everywhere more outside the anglosphere than inside to anglosphere. Let's face it. You still have private education available here if you wanted on can afford it still have all the digital little platoons cold them. If you have a problem you can get together. Their neighbors to To solve it you. Can you know you. You probably belong to all sorts of clubs and and discussion groups and so on Know all that free association which made the english speaking countries what they are still exists. It's just that there's a tax on it Roughly speaking half of what you ever you earn which goes to maintain a a sort of shadow community of parasites who whose only justification is that. They pretend to be governing us You have to you know you you where we belong in an organism which goes which is accompanied by a cancerous version of itself. That's the way it is All you can do is is every now and then diminish it. If cutoff this all that bit of it always be there But at the same time focusing on the other thing is not nostalgia. Although nostalgia an underrated aspect of the human condition remember. The founding work of literature of our civilization describes dishes is decision to give up immortality and life with a goddess in order to travel across dangerous seized. His own a set the model for what we what all literature since being about all art. And why turn away from that. His we are in this world as dispossessed and alienated. And we do have that longing for a home and we tried to build it. And that's all. I'm advocating that. We should go on in this lawyers. Be a different home. But but you know it isn't anyway nostalgia to say that this is where values lie rollin in that other thing not great expanding state machine michael grove journalist and elected official new. Have dedicated your life. I think it is fair to say you dedicated your adult life to the ideals enunciated by roger scrutton cancers version of ourselves. Is that the best we can do is. There is a matter of practical politics. Is there any way we can gain control over. The what did he call. The great expanding state machine. Will i think i think We do too. i'm on it is a a perennial battle. You're one of the things that concept as recognizes that. There are never any permanent. Victories will pump defeats And eat a wall. I'm as you will know from what i said earlier a passionate believer in democracy it is also the case that there there are tendencies democracy to Ask for risk in orange to be reduced the government to take more of a above zone to shoulders and I i think there's a quick from people gerald ford Which has if government is big enough to give you a everything you need is big enough to take away everything that you won't and you know wh one of one of those points is that ultimately other is a political realm but the most important realm for all of us politics miserable realm for us is at culture and character and this is something that i think americans understand very very well You again could back. I was benjamin. Franklin got republic. If you can keep it this yes that's right. Yes and the and the route under the point variables. I'm naturally monica's but still but if you want a republic if you want that system of limited government then of course constructor a strong and robust constitution but what you need more than anything else is for men and women to cultivate. Republican vote cheese to believe in the importance of limited government to believe in the importance of open and critical and respectful debate. I'm and you can legislate right your haunts content in order to limit the growth of government or design the perfect constitution. But what you really need to do is to make sure that they. The character of the population overall is one that does believe in those virtues and one of the reasons why i'm confident that Tons a politics take a governments are Are going to be tamed. Is that. I think that the basic common sense. As i mentioned earlier the majority of people is in tune with precise the sorts of The choose and defections that roger referred to. I'm and you can see that again as as better than anyone points in the The the cultural artifacts the stories to which we are drawn. And i think you mentioned tolkien that you're one of the things about the the lord of the rings. A great contemporary epic and of written by great christian conservative russia is that ultimately it's about the preservation of on the desire to stop the encouragement of evil so that people can enjoy a bit smells a peaceful and contented life to go back to to the here and now that's why i think that the The whole question education. We'll just got the politics towards education but we valued education is so important and no no. I'm just i'm conscious. I've made all these promises to people who are probably in your office now. Just standing all camera. That i'd end this by a certain time and run a bit over last question but a very very brief one. The american playwright clare boothe loose used to say that no matter how great the figure history would give him one-sentence lincoln freed the slaves churchill. Save britain what is history's one sentence for suraj scrutton He saved this country. The right honorable michael. Go thank you. Thank you for uncommon knowledge. The hoover institution and fox nation. I'm peter robinson..

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"gove" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"gove" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"The second world war so rodgers scrutiny died last year. We we recorded the program. You're about to see on the first anniversary of his death. A philosopher and man of letters. So roger wrote more than fifty books including on human nature and how to be a conservative. He was by unanimous opinion. The most significant conservative thinker since edmund burke which brings me to the right honorable michael gov. Mp or member of parliament a member of britain's conservative party. Michael gov has served as education secretary justice secretary and environment secretary. He played a central role in the campaign for brexit. He now serves in the cabinet of prime minister. Boris johnson is chancellor of the duchy of lancaster. And as minister for the cabinet office the journalist douglas murray refers to mr gov as far and away our most intellectually engaged curious senior politician on the legacy of sir. Roger scrutton one of britain's most influential thinkers the right honorable michael gov one of britain's most significant practical politicians are return to that a couple of times one aspect of being a practical politician. Your i'm at home in california. You're in your office in whitehall and demands on your time are ceaseless so let me begin by thanking you for making time for questions quite are simple and obvious. When did you. First become aware of the work of roger scrutiny. And when did you first meet the man himself. I became aware of roaches work as a schoolboy. I was brought up in aberdeen in scotland and i was a veracious reader. At the time. I had a favorite bookshop which also had a magazine stole on came across a copy of the souls. Brief review own magazines dole would be about fifteen or sixteen And i asked my parents subsequently if i could subscribe to it They they weren't quite sure the interest was but at least it wasn't a playboy so they thought to We'll indulge some. I'm and that was the beginning That i remember being reminded by The one of the team. Mary cave managing editor that. I was the only subscriber inhabiting so they knew who i was but it was a key that opened a door to a mansion with an almost limitless number of us. I'm so often that i built the meaning of conservatism. Unread it eye again as a student. I'm and I have that sense of having been in the smoking the light. I'm i had an inchoate sense of what Views in instincts were but they were just that instinct senses and jewish ins and then reading that book. I realized that i was a concert. Stellion apprentice conservative on in. There was so much more about that tradition on that way of looking at the world and that That politics Disposition which i had to discuss. So that led me own to more reading more and more of roger's own work and also to Reading the thinkers that That he had cited and Who had him on. And then i. I was a journalist working on the times newspaper off dry left university on i did various sort of journalistic jobs but the i fell on my feet when i was made leader writer. An op-ed a contributor to the times newspaper nineteen ninety-five roja had had As from relationship the the times Not least of course through you. The elected at the trip of of charleston. I'm one of the things that i read of. Rojas was a collection of his times. Pieces untiringly tracks and they. They had a beautiful quality in that they were often. You know they. They often began in with chesterton doll paradoxes. And then made you realize the importance of of of of being on And it's it's dramatic. I'm powerful nature. So i got to know him then but it wasn't the first time that i kept on the first time cmo join. I saw him from. Afar was going on undergraduate a student at oxford university. And i can't remember what the debate walls on. The one of the students denied roach for being a hostile gist and the reactionary. Because once written in favor of the austro-hungarian i'm and then In response and the debate was not allowed. Battled some Completely separate issue in response to roger then explain With great elegance and wit in just two minutes why no stellar for the austro-hungarian impa was given the problems that we face to the mentioned entirely rational point of view. And what i saw that is of course everyone on this. You're listening to a conversation news. Which is russia was able to use wit in its proper sense intelligent humor and insight and originality to reveal truths that had being pasted over and one of the things about roja was that he was capable of of truth telling without ever seeking to discomfit what he wants to do is to draw people back forwards to realizations about life about politics contra about humanity itself and if you could imagine a teacher who's not identify a teacher who Not the witches but but what draws you in because they lucidity with which they think and you see your own feelings given expression on a way that that you know You you you never thought imaginable. I'm near the from on the pope. that About ought is by nature to advantage. Dressed often was thought but now so around expressed right is that almost every political or aesthetic or cultural point of view from a central interview was never better expressed by michael minister. Go if i may well you are you are. We have friends in common. who referred. he was michael. So i'm thrown here but you're minister to me as long as you're sitting in an office in whitehall all right so you begin. Subscribing to the souls purview as a schoolboy in aberdeen. This means we now grant you your credentials as a thinking conservative. However you are a practical politician and a practical politician can do nothing without the votes. You operate today. In london in an environment in which wo kness is rampant. You have the press. The times changed since you were writing leaders for the times. All the press changed. Let's begin with so what i'd like to get at. Is this relationship of of brilliant thinker. Who in fact in my judgment was quite a lot more shrewd at the practical level than might have been supposed. But what we see of. Roger scrutinize is the brilliant aspiration of thinking. And and in michael gov. We have a practical politician. Brexit of what importance was it to you and perhaps to the now. Prime minister was listened. As far as i could tell from here in california watching the brexit debate in the vote leave campaign..

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"gove" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"gove" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Gove. Now look back at this week in history on I Heart radio This'll weekend 1919. The 18th amendment to the U. S Constitution prohibiting the manufacture, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes, is ratified by the requisite number of states in 1933, the 21st of May. Meant to the Constitution was passed and ratified. Repealing Prohibition. This'll week in 1929. Martin Luther King Jr was born in Atlanta, Georgia, 1955. He helped organize the first major protest the African American civil rights movement. He advocated civil disobedience and nonviolent resistance to segregation in the south. The peaceful protests he led through the American south were often met with violence. But King and his followers persisted and the movement gained momentum in 1964. Working, became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4th 1968 This'll Week in 1964, United States, Surgeon General Luther Terry on behalf of the U. S government announced a definitive link between smoking and cancer. American cigarette companies spent much of the next decade lobbying the government to keep smoking, legal and advertised, reduced levels of tar and nicotine in their products. And this week in 1997, the Republic of Ireland legally grant a divorce for the first time following a 1995 referendum. First divorce in Ireland granted to a terminally ill man who wished to marry his new partner was a harbinger of the decline of the Catholic Church's power over the republic. What happened Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio. The free I. Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts,.

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New York's First 24/7 Vaccine Sites Open In The Bronx And Brooklyn, Three More On The Way

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

New York's First 24/7 Vaccine Sites Open In The Bronx And Brooklyn, Three More On The Way

"Vaccination sites operating around the clock and all five boroughs. By the end of this week, Officials announced that locations will open soon on Worth Street in lower Manhattan. Often health on Staten Island and Corona in Queens. All would administer doses around the clock to sites in Brooklyn and the Bronx started giving shots yesterday, Mayor De Blasio says a lot of people will be trying to book appointments will keep adding capacity. But recognize the first days There should be a lot of demand. If you don't get through immediately over the wait. Time is longer than you feel comfortable with. Keep coming back to it. People eligible for the vaccine can find a site and make a reservation at vaccine finder dot nyc dot Gove or call 877 VACS FOR and Y C. The New York State Board of

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"gove" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:35 min | 9 months ago

"gove" Discussed on WTVN

"Disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Shoes via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've earned at choose dot via dot Gove, Columbus is news radio 6 10 w TV End Don't know Too many people who don't love this guy. He was a Buckeye basketball captain, also captain of the track team at the Ohio State University, and he's swift, his gears a little bit to being an actor in Hollywood, and now he's a clothing designer. So he has done it all. Who are we talking about? You guys listening right now. Are you thinking Who is this? Who could it be? It is the one and only Otis Winston. Good morning, Otis. Good morning. Did we just wake you up? No. You sure? What were you doing now? If you really want to know, I wake up every morning, probably around six o'clock. Uh, do my I do my prayer to my medication, and I envision my day every morning. There you go. Hey, it's working for you because your life is taken off right now. I think it's about time. It's been a long time. There's a couple different things out as we want to talk to you about first and foremost. How about the Buckeye basketball team? You think they're going to do really well this year? They're after a pretty good start. They just jumped up five spots toe being ranked 18 in the nation right now they're going amazing. You know, I love this energy that they have. That they all play well together. For some reason, this is the first time I've seen the Buckeyes play was not one person trying to be a star. They're all blending well together. So I really I'm enjoying things. I'm enjoying watching them all play and lift each other and do their roads well, and nowadays with the cove in, I just feel sorry for these athletes. I mean, you think that's throwing anybody off their game right now? I mean, or I know what that level they're so focused. I don't think it get to him, but I think everyone's well. They're just like man. Can we just go play ball be left alone. I think that actually I think the covert has helped to be honest with you because some of them some of the times I always used to say, And I told my son this on all the time. Bright light. Like to scare people. Crowds can make some people like crumble. Where's there's no crowd almost like the practice every time you go there, because there's no one in Stan. So you don't have to worry about that. Six man. You're just worried about you and your teammates. I've been going out there and perform it. So it's almost like when when someone said with the MBA, Um whenever in their bubble, there was no distractions. There was no traveling s so they were able to go in and just play basketball. What you looking at The big 10 across the board when it comes to the basketball programs. Who do you think will win it this year? Who will be the top four big 10 teams? You think Just watch Illinois's play. When they played against Indiana. I believe and and Toto's boys look like they have a little girl really good. I was I was like, man. It's like the Illinois team when they had the Kendall Gill's like when they were just unstoppable. Um, they look very, very, very good and motivated. Um, um to play well, so I liked Illinois. Um, I really, really like I will have to have had a tough team this year as well. You know, I got to throw my Buckeyes in there. Um, just because you know it's just that that that that camaraderie that I see with them I think they're going to do well, um and I'm liking. Which one? How are you doing with Michigan? To be honest with you? Well, I'm not a basketball, Dr Mindy. So it's hard for me to sit here and go. Well, I just, uh you know, I remember the old days of watching Buckeye basketball and I used to get my dad was a huge, huge, huge fuck up basketball. It just seems like over time. I just I can't get in the basket anymore and help me through. This is because it seems like it's back and forth and back and forth in the last two minutes, then everybody starts playing. That makes sense. Why you say that e. I can get that I can sit that. Okay, but the reason that is back and forth in the old times they didn't have the shot clock, so they put the shot clock in to make it more. Interesting to make it more back and forth and make it more scoring and things of that nature. So that kind of the reasons why it put the shot clock then so you got You know, you guys a certain time limit where you have to shoot the ball. Where's before the scores could be 557? All right. E think they should have shot clock in high school basketball. I agree with you. I agree with you. It makes to me and makes him more interesting. You know, I was watching my son and my son and I played yesterday against marriage Bill. Not tell them about my fiance. We were sitting there and I was like, man, I looked at the score and then using a third quarter and they had, like 30 34 points and I was like man in high school. Absolutely two points again. I'm like what slips going on. It's called Stall ball. Now everyone wants to stall ball camp. He has a question for you, Otis. Good morning, Otis. I wanted to ask you one thing about this basketball team. They're filled with young talent. I mean, you have you have key you have sue use coming into his own and Ohio State has done what I've seen An improvement over the last couple seasons is the way Ohio State has been on the offensive glass. They have really been able to get second chance opportunities. Of course, with Kalle Young in the middle is well. Um, What can this team improve on, though, Because I have noticed that while they're exciting to watch and have a lockdown style defense, they go on some droughts. And I know the season is young right now, But they're you know the reason they lost Northwestern. I mean, they only scored they only had two buckets and in the last eight minutes I think they can improve on more. Perimeter play like like I'm waiting to see except towns really, really come into his own. I think he's he's an advantage for us on Dove Course you think Washington Miss that shot? Uhm I give him the chance to shoot that shot nine times out of 10. I think he's gonna make make it 70% of the time..

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Biden Names His Picks For Key Players On His Pandemic Advisory Team

All Things Considered

04:28 min | 10 months ago

Biden Names His Picks For Key Players On His Pandemic Advisory Team

"Joe Biden takes office next month, one of his first priorities will be responding to the pandemic, and today he named his picks for key players who will advise him on how to contain it and how to get people vaccinated. His picks include some very familiar faces and some new faces to joining us now from Wilmington, Delaware. To talk about all of this is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hey, Tam. Hey, Elsa. All right, so let's just start off with perhaps the most familiar face on this team, Dr Anthony Fauci. What, exactly Well, his will be one bite and becomes president. Dr. Fauci will continue to lead the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases where he's been involved in vaccine development. And he will also be an adviser to the president. The president elect now On covert 19. He said on CNN that he thought his role would be similar, though What he didn't say is that Biden is a lot more likely to listen to him on a regular basis than President Trump has been certainly of late. Fauci will bring continuity between the administration's and he knows all the new players, including Biden's pick for the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rachelle Wolinsky, as well as his pick for surgeon general Vivek Murthy. Here's what he said on CNN today. I know both Rochelle Walensky and Vivek Murthy very well. I mean, I've been working with the back for years when he was the surgeon general during the Obama administration and Rochelle Wolinsky has been a colleague of mine. She's an infectious disease expert. From Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts General Hospital. Now the CDC director job doesn't require Senate confirmation, but surgeon General will and Murthy had a difficult time getting confirmed last time because of his work on gun safety issues, Right. Okay, there's another doctor on this list. Marcella newness, Smith. Of Yale School of Medicine. What is her role going to be? She's going to lead something that Biden is creating called the Cove it 19 Equity Task Force. As we all know. By now, the burden of covert 19 has been disproportionately felt by people of color, and Nunez Smith is the founding director. Of Yale's Equity Research and Innovation Center. She's been working on this issue extensively and building trust in communities that don't necessarily trust the medical community or vaccines. Let's Turn now to the pick for health and human services secretary. The person who will be getting that job is state Attorney general of California, Javi Airbus era. He's also former congressman. Why do you think the Sarah was selected for this particular job? You know, he's been actively involved in defending the Affordable Care act, leading a coalition of states fighting to save it all the way to the Supreme Court. He spoke about that effort last year on all things considered, Americans are fed up with uncertainty. When it comes to whether or not they can send their child to a doctor or the hospital. We deserve to have certainty. Health care is not some widget that you play with its life and death. But beyond that, while attorney general in California he went after a major hospital system in the state for anti competitive practices. He backed legislation aimed at preventing drug companies from keeping generic drugs off the market. And the thought is that he may be able to bring some of that experience and energy to bringing down health care costs. He would also be the first Latino to lead the department. He grew up in Sacramento with working class immigrant parents. He got into Stanford, according to his official bio after fishing and application out of the trash that his friend and thrown away his personal story is something that you can expect to see Biden and his team highlight, especially since Biden's been under pressure to make good on his promise to have a diverse cabinet, right. Lastly, there is a White House position. Jeff Science will be the coordinator of the pandemic response. He's also gonna be a counselor to the president. There has been some pushback right to this particular selection from progressives right? He was a top economic official in the Obama White House. He famously was brought in to help after that disastrous rollout of healthcare dot Gove and save the launch of the Affordable Care Act. There has been pushed back as you say, from progressives to his appointment. He comes from the business world since leaving government he's Leading investment firm, and he also served on the Facebook board of directors for a time. The reality, though, is that this doesn't require Senate confirmation. And even those who object to some of his connections concede he is good at managing systems and solving problems in a crisis that is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Thank you, Tam. You're welcome, Elsa.

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Arizona State game canceled after head coach tests positive

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Arizona State game canceled after head coach tests positive

"Saturday's game between Arizona State in California is being canceled due to Cove in 1980 s. You announced head football coach Herm Edwards was among the multiple coaches and student athletes who tested positive for the virus. It's the second straight week Al has had a game

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White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has tested positive for coronavirus

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has tested positive for coronavirus

"In the past 24 hours more than 126,000. Americans tested positive for Corona virus, a new record one of of the the hot hot spots spots the the White White House House chief chief of of staff, staff, Mark Mark Meadows Meadows and and five five other other trump trump AIDS AIDS testing testing positive. positive.

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UK says 4-week coronavirus lockdown may have to last longer

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

UK says 4-week coronavirus lockdown may have to last longer

"The British government says a new national lockdown in England may have to last longer than the planned for weeks the lockdown is to run from Thursday until December second bars and restaurants can only offer takeout nonessential shops must close and people will only be able to leave home for a short list of reasons including exercise cabinet minister Michael Gove told Sky News the government will be driven by what the doctor says with a virus this malignant I'm I'm with its capacity to move so quickly it would be foolish to predict with absolute certainty what will happen in four weeks time Britain has the worst virus death toll in Europe with more than forty six thousand dead and one million confirmed coronavirus cases Sarah Bassett London

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Britain to extend COVID-19 restrictions

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Britain to extend COVID-19 restrictions

"Steps forward in several steps back covered restrictions are being re implemented now. In Britain, Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove acknowledges the new measures are being taken reluctantly. But in his words, they're absolutely necessary example. When it comes tio eating out to socializing, then it will be the case

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UK to impose tougher COVID-19 measures amid case spike

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

UK to impose tougher COVID-19 measures amid case spike

"British prime minister Boris Johnson is announcing new restrictions on social interaction as the government tries to slow the spread of Kobe nineteen before it spirals out of control defeating the restrictions happen not office minister Michael Gove since pubs and restaurants across England will be ordered to close at ten PM daily and people who can work from home will be encouraged to do so reversing the back to the office plan good says reducing social mixing is key to slowing the spread of the virus adding it was impossible to say how long the restrictions will be in place Britain has gradually been increasing restrictions as cases rise with people already barred from meeting in large groups Charles Taylor that's not London

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UK to impose tougher COVID-19 measures amid case spike

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

UK to impose tougher COVID-19 measures amid case spike

"British prime minister Boris Johnson is announcing new restrictions on social interaction as the government tries to slow the spread of Kobe nineteen before it spirals out of control defeating the restrictions happen not office minister Michael Gove since pubs and restaurants across England will be ordered to close at ten PM daily and people who can work from home will be encouraged to do so reversing the back to the office plan good says reducing social mixing is key to slowing the spread of the virus adding it was impossible to say how long the restrictions will be in place Britain has gradually been increasing restrictions as cases rise with people already barred from meeting in large groups Charles Taylor that's not London

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EU, UK in urgent meeting on lawbreaking British Brexit plan

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

EU, UK in urgent meeting on lawbreaking British Brexit plan

"A hastily arranged meeting will take place in London today between Britain and the European Union about new legislation the British government has introduced which ignores parts of the Brexit agreement signed in January. European Commission's vice president, Moro's chef, Jovic will be meeting the Cabinet Office Minister Michael He is our Europe editor. Before leaving Brussels, Mr. Seferovic echoed off the European leaders when he insisted the withdrawal agreement was not up for renegotiation. He said he hoped Michael Gove would assure him that the letter, the spirit and the timetable of the agreement would be respected. If not, there's talk of Brussels, possibly taking legal action. The outcome of today's meeting is also significant for the future of trade talks between the two sides. The U says it's still wants a deal but that the UK respecting the federal agreement is fundamental.

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Trump, Pence campaign during democratic convention

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, Pence campaign during democratic convention

"Trump and vice president Pence did something unconventional, not typically done While the opposing party's convention is underway. They campaign we've secured our borders brought back our manufacturing jobs rebuild our military will be back. The president also responded publicly and on Twitter to speeches made by Michelle and Barack Obama.

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UK demands the public wear face coverings in shops

The Leader

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

UK demands the public wear face coverings in shops

"UK. Government's announced that we compulsively to wear masks and shops in England. Oil Risk one hundred pounds fine. At least it will July twenty four th. That's ten days

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Triple-Digit Heat: A List Of Cooling Centers In Los Angeles County

Mo'Kelly

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Triple-Digit Heat: A List Of Cooling Centers In Los Angeles County

"Cooling centers are gonna be over again across the L. A County. Tomorrow's the Southlands Gonna bake for another day under early summer Heat triple digit temperatures expected again tomorrow for the Valley's physical distancing Another covert 19 safety criteria are gonna be in force of the centers. A list of locations could be found at ready dot L a county dot Gove's

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Macy's stock is jumping after the retailer said reopened stores are doing well

Bloomberg Markets

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Macy's stock is jumping after the retailer said reopened stores are doing well

"Macy's you know how to make some moves here I think maybe perhaps trying to get a little bit on firmer footing here they're opening up about four hundred fifty stores I got a new credit line the kind of shore up their balance sheet let's get the latest from Poonam Goyal she's a senior user U. S. retail analyst for Bloomberg intelligence put it thanks so much for joining us here give us the latest on what's going on it with our good friends at Macy's sure I will so I think you know we may see the largest question about having liquidity there answering back pretty nicely having security over three billion dollars and credits just recently have a clean three prior to that against their real estate story seeing as they just reported preliminary second quarter first quarter results and they have about one point five billion dollars in cash that coupled with the addition additional financial security but they have to curate the positions I'm in a good place to keep their liquidity and check and pay off any upcoming that they have about one billion dollars in debt coming due over the next two years so we think they're in a good position in terms of liquidity on sales you know there's been some cheer just that stories are reopening infielder getting better be at the I don't think that you know they won't after the positive territory in terms of positive sales growth until twenty twenty one Clinton what about employees by was speaking yesterday with the union had to adjust to negotiated the re opening agreement with Macy's now not the new contract that's still in negotiation but the re opening agreement which was a massive agreement with many many concessions I suppose you would say and also things that were negotiated between the two one of his points was that he doesn't think that everybody is coming back to work yeah I think you know right now Macy's has four hundred and fifty doors open and they're still a lot more open we think given the reduced hours not everyone will be retired immediately and you know to say what will happen over the course of the year will really depend on the productivity that they see and the stories in the warehouses and even digitally because overseeing as our stores have reopened at the department stores sales are at sixty percent levels roughly until last year and digital continues to be strong so you know when we get to near eighty ninety hundred collectivity is gonna probably start to see much of the labor force these are retailers are tearing some put him you based upon your discussions with investors that you talk to and and the executives at the retailers you cover is there any expectation that this changes pandemic has changed consumer behavior permanently maybe we'll see some changes in either how they shop how stores are arranged the hours you know R. is there some big changes coming for retail I think so yes I think the biggest change okay John and even more rapid rise in E. commerce so you know what's not what's new terror apparel retailers this time around Michael Gove provisionally you've seen that one of the grocers and mass merchants now apparel retailers have began to roll that out though as they institute curbside pickup and possibly even keep it posted condemning that's going to change the physical real estate that they own I mean I think they'll still want stories but I don't think the stories need to be as big as they are I don't think they need to have those stories of the two so I still stand by my view that we need a reduction in storage and I do think coming out of this pandemic occurs are renegotiating it many doors made out of will they be the doors inside the moles the ones that are sort of in the the higher end models you think Clinton would they be the easiest to close or some standalone I think it'll be a mix I think that the most risk it after a lorry here on Saturday whether small or off small predominantly involved so I think those are the retailers that you know will take advantage of the current situation and really look to accept those leases at a more favorable terms than originally if they were to try to access those places will online at Macy's do better because of this yes I think I might will do well in in general you know spectacles what environment clearance Macy's has about a quarter of its business online and online sales has pointedly in April in fact they're seeing some retailers call out as much as a sixty to seventy percent increase in online sales in the most recent month so we do think I will continue to have strong double digit increases and even triple that distance and categories like home enough to share all right

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Boris Johnson spent the night in intensive care receiving oxygen treatment after his coronavirus symptoms worsened

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson spent the night in intensive care receiving oxygen treatment after his coronavirus symptoms worsened

"In the U. K. a dramatic turn in the corona virus outbreak prime minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after he was hospitalized on Sunday and his condition got worse yesterday afternoon officials say Johnson is receiving oxygen but he's not on a ventilator Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is temporarily taking eva speaking to the BBC this morning cabinet minister Michael Gove said Johnson remains in intensive care at St Thomas's hospital here in

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Cuomo says China and Oregon will be sending ventilators to New York

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo says China and Oregon will be sending ventilators to New York

"China sending a thousand ventilators says governor Andrew Cuomo adding that a hundred forty ventilators are coming from Oregon to New York is also smart from Oregon self interest they see the fire spreading stop the fire where it is before it gets to my

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Los Angeles: Health Officials Report Coronavirus Case In Santa Clara County

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles: Health Officials Report Coronavirus Case In Santa Clara County

"Health officials have confirmed the second case of novel coronavirus in the United States believed to have been transmitted to a person who didn't travel internationally or come in close contact with anyone who had it Santa Clara county health officials of the patient is an older adult woman with chronic health

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3 killed, 18 injured after bus rolls over in California

The Real Estate Report with Brent Gove

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

3 killed, 18 injured after bus rolls over in California

"Under investigation now a bus rollover leaving three people dead eighteen others injured on interstate fifteen north of San Diego north county fire chief Steven Abbott says one body still to be recovered it's going to take a heavy wrecker and some heavy rescue type of operations in order to be able to move the bus in order to get in position where it's safe to allow the corner and the hybrid soul to be able to extricate that bother you're listening to

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"gove" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"gove" Discussed on The Frame

"You crazy fool. I won't get into you. It's so All you have to fall in love all you have to play. Hey the game all you have to do so fair to say Aha was not in the movie version so it was correct. How did you approach that song? Because it is both very similar and radically medically different. My feeling was we needed to honor. The Elephant Love Medley. We needed to use as much of it as we could. And that at some point really where in the film they go into love lifts us up where we belong. I felt like we needed to go on this larger journey for the stage. If we're closing act one with this this number and so the way I began building that number was I made a list of all of the love songs and anti love songs I could think gove and I printed up all the lyrics them long list. Yes landscape piece of Pop music. It's a lot it. It was a a lot and actually what I ended up doing. was I looked at how in the film Christian sings aligned from a song song and then sixteen sings it back but with different lyrics to refute his point. It's basically a game. It's like a where I am exactly and I had the idea. What if you've actually brought in some of her own music into this battle and so we start similarly to The way it does in the film and then basically at that point that you you mentioned I have Christian singing An a Ha Song and then sit-in eighteen responds. No no no. It Ain't me Babe the calm.

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"gove" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

17:07 min | 2 years ago

"gove" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"To me looking like one of those burned out cities and gears of war with gigantic worm monsters exploding up out of the pavement and devouring everything site before returning to their offices at the irs us on the air and who have something to say right this government dot com they are offering a limited number of ten dollar Gold Liberty Coins in circular uncirculated of mint price called gove meant at one eight eight eight two zero one seven zero five one they'll give you a free gold guy just for calling and remember you support our show when you support our sponsors write this down and put it into your phone now because the only way you can get the special offer is to call one eight two zero one seven oh five one to secure your coins and receive a free gold guide call one eight two zero one seven zero five one.

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"gove" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"gove" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"How do we mind this data for the best possible <HES> information help the policymakers make decisions? I noticed that <hes> there's <hes> transition going on between the current or the pass of <hes> vendor which was Cicada to a new vendor right open gove. That's correct and this year will have both platforms running but next year will be on open Gov and we did that because we think open gove gives us a little better insight into our financial data and that's something that a lot of people are asking for is to see the state's financial data and be able to analyze what the state spending money on and then with you know with the data being amid more accessible Christina mean. Do you see Eh dashboards becoming you know kind of more relied on and and us as ways for the public to get a gauge zoo. How objectives are being met? Yes I mean we're really excited and if if you asked me what what the top priorities are interest to myself and and the coalition will inform our strategies moving forward and data's actually one of the one of the top priorities because you can't you can't manage what you can't measure and so data is a critical component in <hes> the leadership's ability to to make decisions which is what one thing that Doug and mentioned but it's also helps to provide <hes> dashboards for the citizens and businesses to understand and use as a gauge on progress <hes> <hes> also the the health of the health of Hawaii <hes> and what's going on in Hawaiian so really excited there some good examples of the dashboards <hes> in fact last year the Aloha plus challenges one of the the DASHBOARDS. That's on a government a website that is a great public private partnership that really tries to track <hes>. It's like a wellbeing index on sustainability indicators and so it's it's a great way to tell the story on you know. Where are we as as a state in terms of I'm some bars sustainability initiatives? How do we collectively both the state and and the community really Kinda work together to solve some of these problems so I take it you'll party reintroduce the state the chief data officer build in this next session? We're definitely looking at that and we're we're working together with <hes> with Doug and A._T._S. to make sure that <hes> we're trying to understand why the bill didn't pass this year but also how can we what can we do to make it stronger <hes> build greater awareness on the importance of data moving forward so we have greater success this year dug in the last minute or so Kenneth. Can you give us an update on the Hawaii Annual Co challenge sure we have the Hawaiian you'll code challenge coming up this year. It's an interesting hacker thon because instead of just his lasting for one day at asked for last for a month I think the first meeting is October nineteenth and then the final judging is around November nineteenth so you are going to follow a similar format of of going out and soliciting challenges oranges from some of the other departments exactly each department will get a chance to give us challenges and then we'll put them in front of the people who want to participate in the hacker thon and give them an opportunity to come up with clever and creative solutions to these problems so quickly working people find out more about A._T._S.. S. End the strategic plan. The website is A._T._S.. Dot Hawaii Dot Gov and the strategic plan is under reports very good. I'll put that up on our show so everybody can check it out and of course Doug Murdoch is the state's chief information officer and Christina. The KUDA is the executive director of Transform Hawaii government. When a thank you both for joining us today? Thank you very much. Thanks for having US Mahal over and thank you for listening to Bite Bosh cafe join us next week when we will talk to the Department of Agriculture and the upcoming coming Western Areas State Department of a conference..

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"gove" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"gove" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gove" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"gove" Discussed on One Two Review

"Super gross i we i don't need to talk about it think actually i think maybe read the gove member listeners can of imagine what happens if you're fantasy uh is a sex one and the more you enjoy it more you plead so x who fell on that note i guys interview this so yes please please i give this a one the tiniest one i can give it stay away from this movie especially if you're sick especially if you've got whatever the hell i had one point alex got over his sickness he's fine uh although a rating stick where they land exhibit a one i'm sure he meant to if he was in a better state two from me gloria arroyo tools hilarious the movie is uh a real easy quick watch when you rushing it with friends and um dentist um have the best time watching this movie too yes i am going to get this one point i mean it seems like if you didn't go to primary didn't see the right movie i mean oddly enough i enjoyed the film i saw i thought it was gonna abstract may be like this objective point of view film on these like tz kind of horror movies uh you know inner spliced with like this real life kinda like drunk lady freaking out maybe was like meant to represent us as the audience but then only find out who was like a normal movie i don't know one point for me.

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"gove" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"gove" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"So you would be out at say a protest of mccormick shot sixty or or something like this and you're singing black girl soldier with this i wrote it after the murder of kia boy by an off duty police officer and so after the you know the person didn't get convicted that was when a lot of protests are happening and so that was when the song i was started performing it the how would you do black girl soldier if you're out there mm see she's past say friday black gone mad j yes she scares the gove main deja vu it's sad man we go miss him by one hundred eighty no body check in far say nobody jet defies the camera loves that sas good does day ain't nobody check your four wow i saw so um you know i'm a white guy okay but the thing i've channel is nobody matters less in our society it seems that young black women and you're singing about black girl magic how to those two things square for you mm i think that song was kind of from me just a way to affirm myself so it's it's like both speaking to the the what kind of what you're saying like the invisible a year that uh the kind of ways that violence against black women goes unseen or on cared about coupled with.

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