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"henault" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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"henault" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I mean, this this is just beyond insane. It's beyond saying it's actually despicable what she tweeted out. So she tweeted out this wonderful fresh face of credit, congress quote members of congress have duty to response. The president's explicit attack today. Ill Mars life is in danger for our colleagues to silence is to be complicit in the outright dangerous targeting of a member of congress. We must speak out. I they came for the socialists. Okay. And then she tweets out that famous poem from the Rev Reverend niemoeller. I believe the first they came for the socialists now is not a socialist. So I said nothing, and then they came for the trade unionists, and then they came for the Jews. And then finally when they came for me, there was no one left to speak out for me. So she's invoking the holocaust. She's invoking. The holocaust in order to defend. The worst anti Semite in congress so ill tomorrow keep saying over and over and over to the point where members of her own party had gone to APEC and condemned her I'm talking specifically about signing Hoyer, the house majority whip he goes eight back in condemns her ill henna, mar is now being acquainted to Jews historically and Jews were murdered in the holocaust. So in other words, Donald from quoting a sitting member of congress is the same as Donald Trump, liquidating people like L Henault, mar that's what this is. You know, insulting and disgusting. That is it really is. And then you have radicals insane people like you can see the true agenda here in this particular tweet match burger happens to be the co founder of if not now they wildly anti-israel far left. Garbage organization spends most of it stays slandering Israel and trying to make make time on behalf of of terror apologised to match burger tweets out Jews need to understand that Muslims. Now. Play the role. We have played throughout our history. They are blamed for the failures of people in power in this time of rising fascism. American Jews must Hannah mar and our Muslim brothers and sisters with all our might. If I if I could I would flip the double Bergamasco, what a disastrous disgusting piece of garbage tweet data's Mike. Goodness, Muslims play the role that really quarter leading targets hate crimes for the last twenty years in the United States year on year. It's always choose their fifty Muslim states on planet earth. There's one Jewish state and that Jewish state is under constant rocket barrage from a terrorist group. Muslims play their one point eight billion Muslims planet earth there. Fourteen million Jews Muslims play the rule that Jews play throughout history. Under what? But, but this is the intersection worldview markets to say, whatever the F, she wants about Jews because Ilhan Omar is a Somali woman who is Muslim and she gets to say whatever she wants about Jews. She gets to say, whatever she wants about nine eleven and no one is supposed to say anything. And if you say something, you're inciting against her and victimizing her and the Jews who are victimized by L Hanno. Mar the Jews were called jewel wireless. The Jews who had suggested are the are the font and the wellspring of evil in the world by people like the hypnotize in the world. Those people really needs they need to just see the mantle of victimhood say, oh Honam. Are who really is the true victim? A young woman who has spent some time in America she'd been here since twelve since Hw refugee taken in by most generous country on the face of the earth, and then put in congress with no record other than being herself. That's it. Truly astonishing. But don't worry guys. We have to we must defend Anamar bend, the arc another anti Israel. You know? Front group the Jewish action. But this isn't anti Jewish group. They tweeted out Chabad Shalom to Illinois Martin are black and Muslim family the attacks on the president are violent and unconscionable. Violent. Violent attacks because it seems to me that use of experience violence attacks before. Violence attacks are Jewish community has your back. We will not be silent. We'll keep fighting for world where your faith and your leadership. I respect it. The only way I have Mars back is that she has the right to say what you want to say every other way. I absolutely do not have her back and neither to the vast majority of Jews in the country who've been targeted by her hateful rhetoric over and over and over again. And I don't care how many covers of magazines ship. Here's on and I don't give a damn hell. Many democratic leaders come out and suggests that she is the victim of violence. She was criticized that is not the same thing as being a victim of violence, and if people send her death threats, those people should be arrested that is not the same thing as the president pointing out a thing. She said, yes. Pelosi playing the same stupid game. She tweeted out Donald Trump's dangerous. Video must be taken down. I have spoken with the sergeant at arms to ensure the capitol police are conducting a security assessment to safeguard Representative Lamar her family and her staff, it will continue to monitor and address the threats she faces and then she tweeted out following the president sweet, I spoke with sergeant arms, and then it's her and then says the president's words way a ton. And his inflammatory rhetoric creates real danger creates real danger Nancy Pelosi, so that Americans were collateral damage of president from policies how convenience and it's not just Nancy Pelosi. Of course, Bernie Sanders coming forward and saying this he tweets out ill henna Mars leader with strength and courage. Of course, Bernie Sanders says there's no more anti Israel candidate on planet earth. Is she won't back down to Trump's racism in hate. Neither will we that has gusting dangerous attacks against her must end dangerous attacks against her one of your supporters shot up a bunch of congress people about two years ago. Dude. I don't remember a huge conversation about your dangerous attacks on everybody who oppose your Medicare for all plan, which you said was responsible, but people's refusal of that plan was responsible for tens of thousands of dead. According to you, I don't remember that conversation being called dangerous. You know, why? Because it's not dangerous if I seem exercised about this. That's because I am XM, sir. Disgusting contention designed at sapping the strength of our Republic. The strength of our public is that you can say something, and I can say something, and that's not called violence, and yet Democrats want to say that this is all violence as long as it's somebody on the right saying it. It's nothing but bad faith censorship. And that's what they're attempting. Right now. Coming up in a second. I'll show you some more some more of this nonsense. They've bought this lock stock and barrel left cannot be allowed to take control of this government. If this is going to be their mentality. If liberals take control of your taxes, go up take control your government, your rights or endanger, the horrifying coming up democratic presidential candidates. They jump on the bandwagon apparently criticize.
"henault" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"We're talking about here is and how important the process is especially when you had the CIA for example, raising red flags about Jared Kushner, perhaps being compromised because of some of his business entanglements overseas, Willie what I think makes it serious that these are two individuals Jared Nevada who have left proximity to the Oval Office proximity to the president. So they are around classified information kind of all day long, just by nature of where they sit and the jobs they do. Now, I have a doubt in my own mind. Why Ivanka needs access to classified information, Jared Kushner, I can sort of understand he's doing diplomacy. He's out there meeting with foreign leaders. He needs to see what are intelligence agencies are saying about those dynamics, Ivanka I'm not. So sure. Now to the latest concerning North Korea. It's like a fire hose of news this morning at the news conference following the collapse of the Henault summit. President Trump revealed a promise that Kim Jong Hoon made to him. Kim promised me last night is regardless he's not going to do testing of rockets and. Nuclear not going to do testing. So you know, I trust him. And I take him at his word. I hope that's true. But in the meantime, we'll be talking. Taking him at his word. He might be making an idiot of him a new now asus commercial satellite imagery, taken on Saturday two days. After Trump's remarks reveals that North Korea is pursuing the rapid rebuilding of a long range rocket site. The site North Korea's only operation operational space launch facility has been used in the past for satellite, launches which you similar technology to what is needed for intercontinental ballistic missiles, researchers add that the recent activity at the site, including the rebuilding of a rocket engine test. Stand is consistent with preparations for another test and indicates that North Korea's nuclear ballistic missile capability may have passed the developmental stage North Korea began to disassemble parts of the site last summer, but never finish. It's believed to be the same facility Kim told Trump he would shudder following the Singapore. Summit. Joining us now is the reporter who broke this story for NBC national security and military reporter for NBC news, Courtney QB, Courtney, I mean, the president said that he took him as at his word and everything was going to be stopped. What happened? So what's critical? Remember here this this is a satellite launching facility. But remember that uses the same basic technology as what North Korea could use for a three stage intercontinental ballistic missile one that would be capable of hitting the United States. So President Trump throughout this whole diplomatic push that's gone on for just about a year a little over a year. Now with North Korea the consistent talking point has been North Korea's not testing missiles, they're not testing they're a nuke anymore. You know, they're they've they've agreed that they're not going to test. Well, despite the fact, they're not actually launching these missiles, there are no indications that they have they have stopped the actual testing of their program that they've stopped continuing to work on the research and. Development of both their ballistic missile and their nuclear program. What's concerning about this report, which comes from the amazing analysts and researchers at beyond parallel. It's that's a group that is associated with debates defense think tank what they're saying here is that while this facility seemed to have been lying dormant for several months after the Hanoi summit last week there now seems to be some new activity, and while it may not necessarily show that there's a test, that's imminent. It shows that they are working in a direction they are moving in a direction that could mean they are preparing to begin testing again. So Courtney is this the facility that after the last summit in June? Excuse me, the first summit between the two men in Singapore. Is this the one that President Trump claimed he got Kim Jong Hoon to close. I think his quote was I asked him to close it up. He said I'll close it up is this that same facility that Trump says Kim promise that would be shuttered..
"henault" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Good morning. We are looking at a ten ten wins jam Cam. And looking at the old, tappan Zee bridge ready for demolition in just a couple of minutes. It's going to cause a forty five minute closure on the New York state Thruway between exit eleven and exit nine in Nyack and Tarrytown right now, the Mario Cuomo is still open in both directions. We are keeping a close eye on things and flying overhead, of course for the perfect shot. Heading into New Jersey. We've got the northbound Garden State Parkway a very heavy trip to two eighty at one forty five with roadwork. And just all that to eighty volume that we always deal with New Jersey turnpike's eastern spur northbound at fifteen w there an accident. The left lane is blocked in an accident on the northbound turnpike's eastern spur at the Vince. Lombardy as well. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels, twenty minutes in GW bridge, Lincoln and twenty-five in at the Holland tunnel. Here's what we see on the big three northern state delays westbound from exit thirty five to thirty two still there. The southern state is good and the westbound ally e is delayed from post road town road traffic is sponsored by timeshare exit team. Traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one's breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins. You can't use your timeshare can't sell it or give it away. If it's time to get out of your timeshare. It's time to call timeshare exit team. Call eight four four nine six one exit eight four four nine six one next IT more visit timeshare exit team dot com news times Henault three how many New Yorkers heading upstate over the tappan Zee bridge back to Westchester in the city over the same span been stuck in traffic and said they ought to just blow this thing up. Well, today's the day live on the ten ten wins ring central Newsline now to our Glenn Schuck. And it's only fitting that the demolition itself is going to trigger some massive traffic backups Flynn. Yeah. Will indeed. So stay with that. Karen Stewart for that. Of course, she mentioned they were supposed to close the merrier Cuomo a couple of minutes. That has not happened. As of yet, they can't do anything until of course, that happens looks like the traffic much.
"henault" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back. And we're talking about cancer learning together. We're talking about a seventy year old woman who came in from Saint Petersburg, Russia former Soviet Union, she's seventy years old his born in Saint Petersburg had a breast cancer diagnosed two and a half years ago, while should a biopsy. Shrug invasive cancer, estrogen receptor, positive progestin, receptor, positive shed, a biopsy than shed six cycles of chemotherapy. And she was set for mastectomy. This is who and a half almost three years ago, and she refused and since that time she had no treatment. While awhile awhile. Because we know that chemotherapy by itself doesn't cure breast cancer. Just doesn't do it. It's not powerful enough as early two ways to cure, breast cancer. And that is either surgery or radiation often us together many patients come to us because they prefer non invasive focused beam radiation. So shed some chemotherapy shed, a big cancer was treated two and a half years ago. No, follow up, no care. No, nothing for this stage to a left breast cancer shed, a cat scan in two and a half years ago. Shut a mass already spread to the armpit. So as mass to the armpit mass Nebraska there were some small lung, Joel shed chemo, and she just fell out of sight. He just did not like the medical advice and sometimes patients are right. They don't get all the choices. And so they don't get all the choices. They're confused or angry and go away and don't get treatment even against their own. Interest of that's your situation, or you know, someone or you have a mass growing in the breast or longer pancreas prostate or bladder and you're angry about not hearing about all the choices. You might want to come in to thirteen hundred four Broadway. Broadway and thirtieth street in car office. Even now or during the workweek Monday through Friday, eight to five and get an appointment and be seen and learn about all your choices. So this woman, I examined her I examined her breast. I saw the fullness in the media portion of the breast Justice this left, breast cancer. She never had a pet scan her last scans were done more than two and a half years ago with a cat scan showing disease the breast and armpit and mammogram. So we are checking her up we're getting her tested up. And we're going to see exactly where the cancer is. And then talk about all the options. That's exactly what we do with every patient is to talk about all the options. We don't only talk about our option. We talk about all the options. So patients get all the choices and smart people can learn about all the options like this, man. Here's another man seventy nine years old. He's from Georgia is widowed with one son. He's retired social worker and he came up with a kidney mass white came in a year ago with a kidney mass. And it's another learning point. He had glut in the urine, we also often talk that blood abnormal blood is a warning sign while he had a warning sign. He had blood in the urine. He got checked out. He was seen by urologist urologist is a surgeon who operates on the urinary system. He had no biopsy. He lost way. You went from one sixty to one fifty pounds six foot two. He's a smoker actually an ex smoker. We know that smoking is one of the biggest causes for kidney cancer. So. Yes, the 'cause there has a sign there, and he has a mass there, and well I saw him. I examined him an exam. It was normal. He had a normal exam. So just telling you the doctor cannot find kidney cancer early. That's why it's. Important to get checked out. So we offered a biopsy. The surgeon never offered him a biopsy just wanted to remove the kidney. Well, we offer biopsy. Got a biopsy showed cancer was localized cancer. We staged him up. We found the cancer was only in the kidney nowhere else. And we talked about all the options, and guess what he did not want to have as kidney removed. He did not want to lose his kidney did not want to lose half of his urinary system now. And so he had radio surgery pinpoint treatment only we treated him and he came in this week. Well, we actually treat them about a year ago, and he came in this week for a checkup and these in remission is intermission doing well. Yeah. Just a few treatments pinpoint treatments. How does it work where make a frame or a mold around the bodies custom-made were the first in New York, I in America with body radio surgery pinpoint treatment for kidney and other cancers long and brain breast and pancreas liver bladder. You name it prostate. And yes, we treated him, and he is cancer free doing well. And he has an apartment to return back in about three months. And he always has my number just like you can call me at two and two choices or I can send me an Email if you're shy you could send an Email Gill. At our S N Y dot org. Gill GAO at R S N Y dot org. If you have a medical question you welcome to do. So or you're welcome to make an appointment. You could call even now two and two choices if God forbid you of a kidney or some other cancer need medical attention. Please do so if you wish then we'll tell you about a ninety five year old woman. This is the woman from Brooklyn. She was born in Scotland. Jeez. The mother one daughter and she had a cancer the transfers colon at age ninety and she was worked up. She had a biopsy showing at an carcinoma was losing a lot of blood from that cancer. Hemoglobin went down to eight hemoglobin is the measurement of the blood red blood cells normal hemoglobin, which should be about fifteen to that woman. So she lost half of her blood from this cancer her cancer marker, which we also talk about a lot cancer markers or blood tests, which helps give an idea whether the cancers growing shrinking and the surgeon. Wanted to operate on her but told her that she might not make it through the surgery at age ninety. She's fragile woman. And we worked her up. There was no metastasis the cancer to travel. She's a hundred and ten pounds five feet. And I examined her and again this is exam. It's totally normal. So physical exams did not show colon cancers. That's why colonoscopy is so important. That's why colonoscopy has reduced the rate of colon and rectal cancers in American reduced cancer rates as well. The kit death cancer rates, also because they can find polyps early before they turn to cancer, and they can find polyps and cancers before they turn fado. So this woman was treated and she was treated now four years ago, and I'm talking to her because she just had a new blood test and the blood test shows her blood count has gone up by twenty five percent since we treated her she's remained stable and functional and she avoided that radical surgery removing her. Colon or the surgeon wanted to cut out her column while while while this is the work we do innovative work at registered in New York that generally is not offered to same degree with the same degree of experience anywhere else in America. Why because this is all that we do a number one number two. We are I in America, first of the western hemisphere was stereo tactic noninvasive pinpoint invisible beams of radio surgery Henault talk about a well, I wanna tell you what my plumber for a minute. I Plummer came in more than four four and a half years ago. He came in with a pirata cancer at cancer was product gland. The product gland is a gland by the year. This wins by the left ear and hit a cancer of the paragon of mass like the size of a small Plum, and he came to us for treatment and we treated him, and he is cancer free. I just this week. And we've got blood tests. We've got PSA PSA is low. Oh, and we're getting a follow up scan on his body. And that's what we do. And yes, I'm grateful for him for all the wonderful work. He's done for me and honor that he bestrode his trust me treat him and we treated him and he remains cancer free doing well. And I wish that he like our patient's lives to be a hundred and twenty in very good. Very good health. This is what we do. And here's a dramatic story. A man who came the year ago. He's sixty three years old. He owns a chocolate factory. And he came to me with bandages on his nose and blood from his nose and a bloody mess from his nose. And yes, he had a cancer of the nose. He had a biopsy biopsy showed basal cell cancer. O's very extensive. He was seen by surgeons who wanted to remove his nose, and he just did not want that. He I guess would rather have no treatment. Months and months go by with no treatment and the cancer progressed and say came in with a bloody mess on his nose and bandages, and I met with him, and I met with his wife, and we spoke about all the options that we spoke about our extensive experience treating knows cancers and skin cancers. Many many skin cancers actually every day. We treat many many skin cancers literally from the head top of the head to the toes almost everywhere. You can imagine in between even the Dow could parts. Yes. Anyway, this man trusted us. And so. I offered treatment. We spoke about surgery and all the other options hit a lot of sun exposure and beach playing ball and working outside so lots of sun exposure, and it's just a reminder you getting a lot of sun exposure to wear a hat or wear sunscreen. Even when you go to the grocery store. So I saw this man had an extensive skin cancer with bleeding using on his nose involving most of his nose, especially the central part and the left side. But there were no themselves involved we treated him. And why am I talking about him today? Well, we treated him but a year ago and during treatment is cancer went away. And now he's in remission, which is fantastic. So he benefited from that treatment, his cancer is in remission. He's doing very well. And yet while he was with me he asked about getting a PSA to check his prostate. And we checked his prostrated has PSA was very high. Hadn't been done before was fourteen and just as a warning sign for any man..
"henault" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"And I asked him this too is like I have so many friends, and I'm like did you watch your soda, and they're like, I can't watch it without my boyfriend. Can't do whatever they is there anything like that that you guys. No one's really no one's really pressuring Lauren to to catch the new family guy. So we're supposed to like every single episode. This most recent season family guy, which is like what about favorite shows because you didn't know great show. Riggan mortis Rick mortgages. So intensive you can't you can't relax to it. It's it's like the most cerebral animated show. And it's definitely like it's a combination of all the greatest show you guys if you're listening watching it need to. Okay. So then that's it. There's nothing about like eating or cooking or the way not Ashley's Chris from you all the time and like with oh Jesus. Sorry. I went on Twitter for the election. Off of my phone actually cooks a lot for me, which is fantastic. Vote. Well, still by the time. We'll figure out what happened and she's wonderful. Nass TV. I don't watch a lot of TV shows. So the only thing that ever bothered me is when she is dying to watch show. And then I obviously have no no interesting interested so show watch it, and I'll go to the room, it's fine. But that's literally nothing. Why are you pointing near Sao Jack. Yeah. There's a couple of shows. I don't like this. I love you. Just backtrack like what? No, I was being sarcastic. When I said we like all the same stuff. Oh, did not catch. I don't really catch. The this bachelor show much. Yeah. But like say. We'll watch house hunters together. All the time. We'll watch a lot of HDTV. But then and I'll even watch the dress. I'll watch everything, but like if she's watching a series like she's watching the new series you or she was obsessed with what the hell big show. This is us know, what's the Handmaid's tale hand hand and Handmaid's to Sar, I didn't I didn't get into it shows out. There y'all feel like the girls watch like the maid's tale American horror story all that stuff. It's all production. Great everything I can see. Well, logically speaking when it's deep in the cut of those episodes. I'm like, why are they make why are they putting this out there for America to see? Why are we why are we as Americans obsessed with this? Did y'all see the most reason of American horror story? No, I haven't I haven't. It's just it's like, really popular. And it's that just. Just the most recent episode is it like to see where it's come. You know, it's like, oh, that's that's kind of that. So that's why from the last as and he's like symbolic of what's going on. Now is that what you're saying that it's very symbolic. Well, I think show should represent like what we're going in the wrong way, though. But it's good all let's show people out. Shut. I think can. Yeah. Movies. Don't we show people? How to summon someone straight from hell? Why don't we show what to say? It's gonna be really laugh. Okay. So thank you so much for coming on. I really appreciate you guys coming to rebuttal and sharing. I don't get it in general. You guys are amazing. Obviously didn't have that much say as opposed to the girls as opposed to how much the girls had say. But thank you, Jack. And Jared, we love we love wasn't anything. We love you guys. We're having and everyone listening be sure to subscribe to obviously our podcast and join the Facebook group. I don't get it Facebook group, and we have an Instagram. I don't get it and follow me on Instagram and as pres- and Jared, Jack. All right love you guys. Hey, guys, it's Lauren. And if you've listened this far, you get to listen to a new segment called Lawrence leftovers, which is when we need a little more time to fill or have a lot to say. So here to join me on Lawrence leftovers is Lizzy Henault excited. Some of you may remember her from the royals podcast and the Mr. big podcast, and she has been just a huge hit. And one of my topics for lords leftovers today is the Victoria's Secret fashion show, and I have Lizzy here at because she did PR for Sports Illustrated illustrate so she's met a lot of these models..
"henault" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"henault" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"So I feel so vindicated. Now, this is. Are you an outcast? Are they coming after you with pitchforks from the crowd going? How dare you utter truth in this year? Why everyone is welcome to form their own opinion on the matter. But I I have an obligation to point out. The fact, and I think there are a whole bunch of people on on in our camp that they think we are failing with our current transportation policy. So you're as a mayor you're part of the whole Sanday group. Right. So you see all this stuff coming and going in the money getting association of governments and so forth. Everybody has a say, correct. That's right. That's right. Yeah. So every city in the county has a Representative to the board. And of course, is that rail transportation planning agencies. So they're the ones that are actually going out all the money for roads transit and highways. So the number there, and you have this in your piece I'll link this over on Twitter at Mark Larson radio to some people are gonna read this Richard Bailey. The mayor of Coronado with us here public TRAN. That'd be like buses and trolleys gets fifty percent. Plus of all local transportation funding is a lot of money and then just thirteen percent to highways and then three point five percent of commuters ride public transit. But even those numbers, I don't believe those numbers because you know, they can count every segment you can be counted. Like, you have alter egos, you can go from santee all the way down to the border and just kind of stay on the trolley all day, you're gonna count not just once correct? Exactly. Yes. And so Mark was so shocking. Is that no matter how you numbers and even if they are inflated it still only three and a half percent of commuters. Yeah. But I think that's overstated. That's that's my point. That's based on their numbers county multiple times. And so even if it was numbers are overstated when you consider that we're still standing over fifty percent of our transportation dollars on best case scenario three and a half percent of caters. It starts to beg. The question of whether or not our transportation policies are working also not commentary, Mark. I pointed out that the coast trolley line, which is running properly downtown San Diego over to the UT area and UCLA three. Yeah. That's right. That's right. So when you're stuck on the highway and you're wondering, why am I stuck in traffic? Well, the mid coast trolley line is gonna be costing two point two billion dollars to complete some of the money comes from the federal government. A lot of the money comes from local transportation dollars from here in the county. It would be cheaper. Trolley line is only estimated to carry seventeen thousand riders a gay maybe cheaper. Yeah. Maybe we never hit those projections, by the way, but it would be cheaper to pay each rider a hundred and twenty five thousand dollar check today. Wow. We're paying them a thousand dollars a year for the next thirty years to build and operate the Netco Charline, probably expensive transit transit. And also. And this is the thing. Nobody wants to talk about maybe maybe you would touch on this, but transit also, I mean, the unintended consequences. Are it makes crime easier to move around it, you know, people hop on and go I nobody's on the honor system, and there's enforcement and safety concerns, or what have you and the trolleys better than many big city conveyances here. But you know, they extended out San Diego State suddenly things start to happen. I can only imagine how things will be when it's UT and UCSD. I'll tell you the people who are the core audience if you will for UT for the high end stores aren't saying, hey, I think I'll take the trolley TC. Just not gonna happen. Really? You know, you're you're you're right. I mean from an economic standpoint transit considered an inferior good people with economic conditions improve. They tend to choose anything, but transit, and so despite the fact that we have poured tons of money into investments in transit, and we subsidize two thirds of the cost of every single there. And the fact that the sandy wood county population has increased by ten percents over the last ten years or so transit ridership is down. So despite us pouring, more and more resources into transit. Number transit riders is actually down over the past ten years. So it just begs the question is it working? And as you know, we never your listeners are stuck in traffic. I hope they asked that question, and I'm sure they will conclude it it's not working. So is it just an addiction when it comes to spending more. If the ridership is down there thinking if you build it they will come or because some of these. Various leaders in groups like sand dagger looking at saying, well one day renegade. Forced people out of their cars, still we'll have to do it. And then we have all this built and ready to go. Or is it just a matter is it like the bullet trains future? The slow train the snail train with Jerry Brown. We say, well, we gotta keep making it look like we're kind of onto this. So we can get the quote federal money close coach, you know, I think you really touched on all the different components that go into making these decisions and part of it is that the state of California has turned mandates. The fantastic tries to bide by the federal government tangles a lot of money out that's available for transportation project. But most of that money or a good chunk of money is only available for transit projects so between the state and federal government. They're trying to steer local governments towards investing more and more in transit, even though the vast majority of commuters, I don't choose transit. And so that's kind of allowing us to make in my opinion, poor financial decisions on behalf of our taxpayers. I think. I think most of your listeners would be shocked to learn that only thirteen percent of all the transportation dollars spent locally actually goes to highways. So if you're wondering why you're stuck in traffic, it's because of that big disparity between what we spend on transit and what we spend on highways. Well, you've opening nice can of worms here, and it's gonna be fun one. Who's who's been grumpiest? Have you gotten some like, the call from fellow elected official will or to saying this, isn't helpful. I gotta say generally speaking, Mark, their reaction from the the handful board numbers I heard from so far has been a very positive. I think, you know, much like the public all the board members want are the facts to allow us to make the best policy decisions possible. And so that was my objective with his commentaries. And really put the fact out there for not just the public to see. But also, the Ford number fifty and allow us to have this conversation about what is the best way to move our? Region ford. Well, good for you. And I just linked over on Twitter at Mark Larson radio. You can see the heading is it's time to put roads. Over transit, Richard Bailey of mayor Coronado NAR. You part of this thing that is back again this idea that maybe the toll booths which are still there should be reactivated. So the riffraff like us. Won't come in. And hang out. We'd love coming to Coronado. Is this some new Kabbalah? Will it be a visa program houses going to work? Great question. Yeah. You know, what this is one of those issues where it's election season. So it's really see them one of a candidate running for city council kind of made it offhand remark that they would like to see the toll brought back onto the Coronado bridge. That is not something that we are exploring the Coronado bridge is actually an entity of the state of California. So we'll take a date legislation to reinstate it is ever since the bridge was paid for. It was paid for quote unquote, back in the day, and nobody thought okay, no more tolls. But the toll booths are still there. I feel like it should be a Reagan moment. Well, Sacramento wouldn't be Mr Mayor. It'd be cared down. This toll booth. Or something. So I like I like, we're headed up our thank you. All right. Hey, appreciate it. Then the stay strong in this issue in the transit deals about somebody about time. Somebody at the mayoral level said, wait a minute. Let's look at this differently. And I'm glad you did. Thanks mayor. Hey, thanks for you bet. This tornado mayor Richard Bailey can see voice of San Diego piece. I have haven't linked there again at Mark Larson radio. Just basically say, hey, forget all these transit projects just build more roads. I know that's common sense. It's crazy. You're not supposed to have that. In politics. Oh, I like it. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Well, if you have water damage, and it strikes, you need to act quickly time is of the essence and doesn't even mean, necessarily rain. Well, you don't what happened the other day with the water main north park Henault when that happens. What do you do.
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"This is one a. I'm Joshua Johnson in Washington. The trade and tariff dispute between the US China Europe, Canada and other nations now involves more than ten thousand products around, the globe it began in January when the Trump administration set. New import tariffs, on Chinese solar panels and washing machines, then the US raise tariffs on steel. And aluminum imports China. Retaliated with tariffs on US goods from soybeans to seafood Canada the EU and Mexico set their own tariffs on US imports at this point China has. Imposed tariffs on about forty five billion dollars worth of American goods the. US is taxing fifty billion dollars worth proposing. Tariffs on, a total of two hundred billion dollars of Chinese products and President Trump, said he's willing to go, even further This trade war is growing but all wars have, casualties, and, a few profiteers who's getting hurt in this war whose adapting and who's. Thriving joining us in studio to discuss it is Shaun Donovan world trade editor for the financial times and. A frequent flyer of the Friday news roundup Sean welcome, back to one a nice to see you also joining us in, studio is Chad bound senior fellow at the Peterson institute for. International economics he's, co host of the weekly podcast trade, talks about the economics of trade policy. Chad welcome thanks for. Having me and joining us from Michigan is Brian d Henault president of BCD construction which is a licensed building company in the Detroit area Brian welcome Josh Sean Don and let me start with you part of what we should bear in mind is that this. Was a campaign promise Donald Trump. Said that we have an unfair trade imbalance. With other nations China and much of the rest of the world the Trump administration imposed these tariffs things escalated what's. Your view on how we kind of got to this point I laid out some of the bullet points, but is this just the fulfillment of a campaign promise is there more to it, than that yeah so I think there's two things one is yes this is absolutely the fulfillment of a campaign promise what we're seeing today should be no surprise to anyone who, was paying attention in two thousand sixteen trade rewriting the way America deals with its trading partners was part. Of Donald Trump's promises he was running. For for president it was one of his main economic messages I'm here to kind. Of, stop. The carnage as he called it in his inaugural address and in his inaugural address he talked, about a new era of protection in America which a. Lot, of Here we go this, is a new protectionist America that's coming in and here? We are today we're we're seeing that? Eighteen. Months into the Donald Trump presidency. He's delivering, on, that political problems the second thing is there is. A kind of bipartisan consensus in America today that it hasn't worked that globalization has had unintended consequences that some people in the rust belt and the other parts of the country have been. Hurt by globalization by jobs going. Off shore whether it's to Mexico or China. And Secondly that also this relationship between the US and China the economic relationship these are the world's two largest economies. Hasn't quite worked out the way that President Clinton George, W Bush envisioned when China joined the World Trade Organization in two thousand and one was kinda brought into. The community of free trading nations and that it's taken a lot of advantage of of of the. United States Donald, Trump is is right in diagnosing the problems on, the big question now is how you deliver and how you respond to? That. Problem so I think, people agree on the diagnosis. People don't agree on what he is doing let's. Get a little bit more. Chad, bound into what the president is doing it's worth noting. That not all the terrorists that. Have been threatened have, gone into effect can you just give us a broad snapshot of what the big terrace are that we should keep an eye on that are in effect and the ones that are maybe threatened let's the split this into two, pieces just to, make it easier to to keep. In our, heads first of all the big tariffs that are, in effect right. Now what would you say are the few that people should keep in mind okay I, would say there's there's basically Three so back in March and then. Extended in June, the president imposed sweeping tariffs basically covering the steel, and aluminum industry so key inputs that are used to make a lot?.
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"This is steve dolls news jennifer keiper jennifer keiper henault us going on in there ready to rock and roll with the news quiz yes ma'am which advisor to president trump is the latest to resign oh boy man uh take name were title i kinda been so busy a zoo in the loop steph today air that's gary cohn the economic adviser really that guy because he is he's like bro you can't do a trade war right now is as you say yes i can watch me much to lee will have an today trade wa when he mizzou in sweden as prime minister he got hey hey you know i trade wars aren't so bad what would you know if in sweden okay have ready gary at least is you know what his money where his mouth is i guess and the white house is yeah they've been talking about this for weeks now they're kind of playing oh yeah we're a traitor there's no date set yet but it should come sufficiently to be like him he's going to be like the only guy in the white i think so yeah it's calling all the shots uh no but i be like no literally no one else dance around like tom cruise risky will has always wanna think about that and this underpants a all records saw shirt in a red tie the i don't have i don't have the same vibe that the dog survived by i'm getting further it so the slight locked up in the second bedroom refusing to come out kit off at boarding school uh yes yes ma'am sure audio question who is speaking clearly there is overcapacity dumping in trains shipping on your on the ryan you've got it he's one of the people they prevailing push back on the president about the whole steel and aluminum tariffs here all right well rights he got that one william fire today well now an idea of your aim at a very hawaii but i knew that he was mad at newbury call was mad about all that stuff because he's a he's a or one of the goldman sachs guys so he's got he's got the screens on wall street got to look out for that means friends friends i think this on his for friends oca has speak yet at the moment the owner of the iconic chicago dash beer meat on come on that was a word.
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"Button under his desk is more important than i am but that's okay i've done quite well with that moutli without matt lauer gatekeeper matt lauer a paid propagandist for the government media complex what do you think all these guys are what do you think they pay them so much money they are the gatekeepers of lies are put their to distract ewast with foolishness and they see under the surface of i am against global warming i'm for immigrants america is a nation of immigrants i'm for women's rights underneath it is a man who is a sick deviant and he's not alone lawyer robert wabc go ahead please fao henault on echo um double jeopardy would prevent a retrial that's why the feds coming in uh what what went wrong i it is not double jeopardy it's happened before where federal trials followed stay trials i have the records right here the federal can file can follow the state the state can appeal the acquittal all okay okay so that you're in the state it would be it would be double jeopardy but as i said earlier they can use federal civil rights charges now at who retried this case right yeah misunderstood you so i misunderstood you excuse me i'm a very emotional right now but the courts reasoning here on it the co i'm sorry go ahead i'll let you talk no i just said i'm with you on it and it's very disturbing uh and i'm glad the feds taken an interest in are going to commend this thing uh robert listen in remedy the rodney king trial every member what happened remember what happened because the the la jury found the police officers not guilty in the beating of rodney king what the difference there and now is that the people went wild in the streets and rioted and as a result there was a clamour fray federal civil rights case the problem here is that white people in this city have been silenced michael it's not only in san francisco it's pretty well country and i don't know what to but but.
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"Do you think they pay them so much money they are the gatekeepers of lies they're put their to distract ewast with foolishness and they see under the surface oh i am against global warming i'm for immigrants america is a nation of immigrants i'm for women's rights underneath it is a man who is a sick deviant and he's not alone lawyer robert wabc go ahead please fao henault on echo um double jeopardy would prevent a retrial that's why the feds coming in uh what what went wrong i it is not double jeopardy has happened before where federal trials followed stay trials i have the records right here the federal can file can follow the state his that they can appeal the acquittal okay i'll do so that we got in the state it would be it would be double jeopardy but as i said earlier they can use federal civil rights charges now at who retried this case right he had met thundered youth so uh i misunderstood you excuse me i'm a very emotional right now but the courts reasoning here on it the co i'm sorry go and i'll let you talk no i said i'm with you on it and it's very disturbing uh and i'm glad the fed taken and entered the not going to commend thing uh robert listen in rim of the rodney king trial every member what happened remember what happened because this the la jury found the police officers not guilty in the beating of rodney king what the difference there and now is that the people went wild in the streets and rioted and as a result there was a clamour for a federal civil rights case the problem here is that white people in this city have been silenced michael they're not only in san francisco it's pretty well country and i don't know what do but i need to do i like all i can say is all i can say is i have one outlet or two wanted them as the microphone the other one is the pen and i use them both at i'm gonna send you a copy of god faith and reasonable you'll find everything i have to say about reason faith in god which is all we have left because we have no law we have no justice and we have no peace in those savage nation cole no.
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"It he wants to launch himself up so high tired of the he can take pictures improve this a flatter e writer but henault don't have satellites up there now we don't have a vague they're all fakes i wonder whether the fighter third hole areas but i don't how is it massive trolling is it like some sort of st art van to walk out there and say that you're a flat earth or because they can't i can't really believe that these people go to the end of watch it and still see that it's a flatter when we have satellites that go around the earth right he says he doesn't believe in science are okay well either i don't believe in i know about aerodynamics and fluid dina and how things move through the air bubble the la but that's not science that's just a formula there's no difference between science and science fiction scott i trust this guy's right i think he's got a point i think you let it get a flight your dot com if you've his feared there are fewer way fewer flights in the southern hemisphere than in the northern hemisphere which in a flat urged sense that there were flights you in a flat or why would there be fewer lights because they can't make it there's not enough flights that go from say australia to south arts of south america to africa why is that less population okay by may say though it's because the earth's really fly let's see here it actually knows people who believe this nizam's yes i do and i really yet he knows who basically flat earth there's and i guarantee you these flat earth irs if you say that you are skeptical of climate science will roll their eyes the call you a denier but there skeptical of the idea of the earth is round so don't they understand how the gps system relies on satellite technology in that these while there those are in geosynchronous orbit i mean i guess they stay above the fire while you can feel like a triangle getting her i didn't serve annually i can't i care at my mind around that whatever this guys more on next door nate do they think it's sideways so it still rotates the.
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"I could give you your permits are definitely on their current again a pick of the player you brought here yeah we did it we started with kershaw my first draft and then we had bellenger and sugar later on i'm jack petersen andand gut the international programme restarted again with the signing outta she'll twig and turn turn can lead jansen from a catcher who had a great i'm going to great mind for pitching but in two but are we didn't really think is going to be alert the big league level when she and are continually debate but i turn your chance to be a closer and out here is maybe the best closure in baseball this entire or you know i was not a fan of yours when you're first came over 'cause you'd worked for the hate it giant but you are the even you can't hold out against ray henault you made it clear out of an air but when they're when i was a kid the are big nemesis with one marschall in for a brief time at the end of his career one marschall play for the dodgers it was very very difficult for me near during that period of time i gotta tell you go out and i understand luckily i grew up in san francisco are la so i don't have you know if that if i would have come from san francisco have grown up there and camera be a totally different story or vice versa when i first started there but what were you are really in russia really enjoy the last playoff career with the club demagogue your guard against each other oh yeah it was in a web the rush a year ago to the centre teams the else yes a year ago and i found myself and this is such a an amazing position as the dodgers got beat in game six five two nothing and the cubs one dependent for the first time in my lifetime and here i am sitting on the ballpark i grew up in wrigley field go up as a little boy and then have my first thirteen year run by career was with the cubs and here they are bidding.
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"But i think the other wind the word government policy can have a big impact whether taxes or regulation is trying to encourage companies to invest in the future and one of the big conundrums coming out of the great recession is why companies are doing so much research and development wire why aren't they investing for the future joining us now on the line is brian de henault president of b c construction llc it's a licensed building company located in clinton township michigan this just north of detroit he voted for president trump and he says he thinks magona mix is a good idea for economic growth brian welcome to one a israeli me so house business these days or you on pace to do three percent this year quarter of a better than that record rigobert ten fifteen percent excellent xi been a big pick up since january it's been birdie nossa support now solve a made me run off from the drop off we had in the last quarter of last year by the first quarter this year was pretty phenomenal for januaryfebruary to construction business talk about what you think is the strongest piece of this magnum excite dea is there one aspect of it in particular that you think is the biggest boone the biggest benefit to the us economy our hair of course i might be biased because a work construction but the effort structure spending uh aspect this is probably the biggest piece um you know is actually going through quite a beautiful a sadistic seer and kind of israeli not much good to say about where the canneries banikanta really go back to how their wong here economy in real dollar terms once you exclude inflation hasn't really grown in almost sixteen years so we can go back even to the bush era but housing starts in the most recent statistics available may seventeen were one million ninety two thousand which normally when be all that bad until you look at the chart you realizing that housing starts in october nineteen 72 were two million foreigner and 85000.
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"Sports fled i'm jacob wilkins yankees and read shocked at fenway park and right now it is still a scoreless game as they are in the bottom of the third this with lewy severino on the hope for the yanks facing boston age chris sale meanwhile mac sure tenant five two point one are we are a on they over the nance facing the reds in cincinnati tonight dusty beggars says cindy zaphon lavigne's though nothing to take lightly in a very short ballpark in arusha comfortable here because you know you could receive france's mega guys that can reach offensive and chooser leading the nfl in era i in the majors in strikeouts he also pitched a scoreless frame when he started last tuesday's allstar game in miami meanwile is jake arrieta going for the cubs they continue their series in baltimore against the orioles the best team in the mail major's the dodgers going for their eight straight victory against the marlins in miami and they have alex wood on the hill boost henault awan point six seven e r a and madison bumgarner returns to the mound for the first time since injuring his shoulder in a dirtbike accident on april 20 of giants take on the padres in san diego nope co analyst rise to go to five and rangers taking on the royals in casey kansas city is dropped four straight and tonight felix hernandez goes for the mariners taking on the white sox on the south side tonight raisin angels continue their series in anaheim last night my trout reach earning after missing thirty nine games to a on ligament in his thumb in drought talks about how he felt takes on with so much time often inau you know you want to get back out there and finally today case so noticed anxious to be out there when with with a guy meanwhile the rays of quietly moved into the top a wildcard spot ahead of the yankees by a game but second baseman brad miller knows nothing is going to be handed to miss a bigleague zone nobody's going to uh uh you know let you creep up you've gotta take it so you know we got a lot of good players and it a lot of.
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"Later we're on a on the six ninety via sir it's 9 o'clock gasol medical center presents in sickness and in health your feel good form on wellness and wellbeing hosted by jasmine rodriguez isla hawaii and thank you for joining us for this addition of his sickness and in help brought to you by castle medical center exceptional medicine by exceptional people this is jasmine rodriguez and today on the show we have to amazing women are one is nicole kerr nicole is the director of the center a castle medical center and we also have amanda o'neill who's the diabetes educator and and i titian at castle so that leaves us to ask what in the world without talk about today law diabetes ray henault wanna start off right away with diabetes is a huge topic of course here in hawaii as it is in many other urban areas but i really wanna talk a little bit more about die betes indepth and what what is diabetes um i know that that's often heard out there are people talk about it all the time and some of these that they know might be affected by me myself i have type 2 diabetes and i was on diagnose about two years ago without even knowing it so i had to change my lifestyle through and through but let's start with the obvious what is diabetes and why is it in a dynamic here in hawaii in particular an either amanda ordina coal okay diabetes is actually a metabolic disease and harm in which a.