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South Carolina ready to renew abortion ban around 6 weeks of pregnancy after Senate vote
"South Carolina's governor is promising to sign into law a ban on most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy. The state Senate approved the bill Tuesday, and Republican governor Henry McMaster promised to sign it into law as soon as possible. The bill restores a 2021 ban that took effect when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe V wade last year, but the ban was overturned by South Carolina's highest court because it violated the state constitution's right to privacy. Republican state senator Richard cash. Certainly believed the majority of South Carolina's carolinians value life. Republican senator Katrina sheeley offered a 12 week compromise, saying 6 weeks doesn't give women enough time to make a decision. They've got their mindset what they want. They think they know what women want. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic says as soon as the governor signs the measure, it will file a request for a temporary restraining order. I'm Donna Warner
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"First, hurricane Ian is due for a second landfall today north of Charleston, South Carolina, President Biden has declared an emergency for the entire state, South Carolina governor Henry McMaster is urging residents to get ready. Call your family, call your loved ones, tell them where you're going to be. Let them know that. So they won't be worrying about you. Meantime, the cleanup and recovery in Florida is just getting started, governor Ron DeSantis says first responders have performed more than 700 rescues. There's not been in these rescue efforts deceased people found as of yet. Now that may change, of course. In governor desantis says the power outages in Southwest Florida could be lengthy. Last of the markets, Nathan, U.S. futures are higher as we close out the trading week yesterday the S&P 500 closed at a 22 month low, Joanne feeny is a portfolio manager at advisers capital management. You have to look back at history and recognize that the market sells off the most tend to tend to do that before recessions begin. And they tend to recover before we even know officially that we've had a recession. And so for a long enough term investor, I mean a year or two years three years, there are some pretty good opportunities out there, but one has to be able to stomach the volatility, which doesn't look like it's going to go away any time soon. Joanne, Feeney, with advisers capital management says $1.3 trillion has been wiped off the value of the S&P 500 this quarter. Shares of Nike are down more than 9% in early trading care in the sportswear company reported inventory has surged and it's had to push through discounts that hurt profitability, higher freight costs, smart downs and foreign exchange effects hit Nike's gross margin in the latest quarter. And micron slashing production because of a steep plunge in demand, Nathan, the biggest U.S. chipmaker is forecasting quarterly sales that are almost $2 billion below estimates. But the stock is higher this morning on news that Japan will subsidize microns push to produce its new advanced chips in Hiroshima. And that's the 5 things you need to know to start your day, brought to you by interactive brokers. Futures this morning are higher S&P futures up 30 points down futures up 201. NASDAQ futures up 87, the Dax in Germany is up three quarters of a percent. Ten year treasury of 24 30 seconds, the yield 3.68%, yield on the two year 4.14%, and straight ahead your latest local headlines, plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg. All right, thank you, Karen. It is 5 33 on Wall Street where it 53° in Central Park. We got an accident on the outbound lower level of the George Washington bridge will tell you about it in traffic first Michael Barr with what else is going on in New York and
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Up in a few moments, Olivia dossier will join us head of apac applied research at contigo, but now it's time for global news. So Republicans want China's treatment of U.S. diplomats investigated and now South Korea is hunkering down as hurricane Ian heads in that direction. For more, let's go to the newsroom and Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini, Denise. Thank you, Brian, and Ian is heading toward South Carolina as a category one hurricane. Governor Henry McMaster says be prepared for strong winds heavy rains and storm surge. Call your family call your loved ones, tell them where you're going to be. Let them know that. So they won't be worrying about you. In Florida, I mean time the coast guard is rescuing dozens of people rear admiral Brendan McPherson. They're dealing with high water, you know, cities that don't look like cities anymore. Unstable platforms and buildings and also hazards to our aviators and our pilots who are flying through these areas with down power lines and poles and cranes and those sort of things. And millions are without power this hour and the estimates of damage keep rising. Vladimir Putin is vowing to annex parts of Ukraine that Russia controls tomorrow in a Kremlin ceremony, President Biden though pushing back on that. Do you want to be very clear about this? The United States will never never, never recognize Russia's claims on Ukraine, sovereign territory. And Biden speaking after a Kremlin spokesperson said a signing ceremony for the annexation has been set up for tomorrow afternoon. Republicans suggesting China may have used COVID lockdowns to hold U.S. diplomats separate them from their families and pressure them to reveal intelligence secrets, Bloomberg reporter Daniel flatley says their concerned DNA information may have been gathered, and they also want to know. Whether the conditions or such that they may have been in coerced into evolving some sensitive information, potentially intelligence. And the U.S. embassy says China held 16 diplomats and family members involuntarily, Republicans are asking Secretary of State Antony Blinken to investigate. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg, Brian. All right. Thank you very much, Denise. Our guest is Olivia dossier, head of apac applied research at contigo. So if you look at the Russian war and the COVID restrictions in China and a very aggressive Federal Reserve, and now we've got earnings concerns, I think I woke up in a cold sweat this morning. Olivier, how do you navigate that? Yeah, it's certainly a very different kind of narrative that we had in the middle of the summer when everybody was saying, you know, the fed is going to start decreasing rates. You say worried about inflation, that recession and all that. And now we have the opposite guide. We have strong views that everything is going to get bad very quickly. But if you look at the data, it doesn't really support that view, right? So yes, those earnings that we just heard about earlier were negative. But nothing pointed to consumers stopped spending, right? There's inventories that needs to be done. There's chip shortages. There is maybe a forecasted wrongly. But so far, consumers are spending money, is still full employment on their full employment, any economies everywhere. So that's the key thing that powers the economy and as long as the consumer does not shy from spending. Everything else is potentially temporary, right? Does that discretionary spend continue if we continue to see the pain for home buyers when you've got these mortgage rates in the U.S. at a 15 year high? Yeah. I mean, that's a good question. And the answer to that is unknown at this point. But the same question was raised at the beginning of the summer with it. Our consumer is going to keep spending when gas at the pump is so expensive. I guess that the compass now a bit lower. So they're breathing a bit better. Yes, mortgage rates are up that on the FX people with mortgages, especially with floating rate mortgages, not fixed rate mortgages. And they're still able to find jobs to get pay raises and so on. So right now, I think that's pretty much a stalemate. We also see that sentiment for investors has soured in the last couple of weeks. We hit almost very sentiment last week already. So for the next few weeks, emotions might come into play in matter of fact decision making for some of them. So we're in a dangerous period now because of investor sentiment is so weak, which is a very big difference from where it was in July and the beginning of August where sentiment was rising and people were hoping for things to get better even on the Ukraine front and now things are getting worse. So and winter is coming. Yeah, winter is coming more winter from the fed Loretta mester saying that real interest rates have to be positive. And then held there for a long time. That has to be tough on risk risk assets. I mean, obviously now we see that there are alternatives to risk assets, even the fixed deposit is starting to have a pulse now for investors. But when you're talking about a huge amount of liquidity that can't go into these small buckets, trying to still the vast majority of it has to go into risk assets. I think also investors have been worried about the economy word about inflation first, worried about the central banks, where about interest rates worried about the economy since about Q one of last year. So for the last 18 months risk of strategies have greatly outperformed risk on strategies and even the markets. So I think you're getting close to very fatigue here in terms of investors and soon. It's a good point, Olivier, it really
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For global news. And senators pushed back as Russia gets ready to grab pots of Ukraine, meanwhile, hurricane Ian is getting ready to strike again with all the details is Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Denise. Thank you, Juliet, and hurricane Ian is on track to make a third land fall Juliet this time in South Carolina tomorrow. Governor Henry McMaster says be ready. Ian is going to arrive in strength about 8 o'clock tomorrow morning and it'll be here till about 8 o'clock tomorrow night. It top strength. Now Ian left massive damage in Florida behind it, governor rug descent is touring the devastation. To see a house just sitting in the middle of the sterile bay, literally was have gotten picked up, flown because of the massive wind speed and the storm surge and deposited in a body of water. And more than two and a half million people are without power in Florida this hour raw sewage, swirling in the floodwaters as this tragedy unfolds. At fema headquarters, President Biden says he's extending offers of help. I'm also spoke when mayors across the state, both Republican and Democrat. And I've told them the same thing. We are here. Whether you need and whatever you need, I indicated to call me directly at The White House. They know how to do that. And President Biden will speak again on this tomorrow. Russia in the headlights as it moves to annex parts of Ukraine tomorrow, senators Lindsey Graham and Richard blumenthal unveiling bipartisan legislation that would refuse to recognize any of this. Here's blumenthal. Essentially, what we're saying is any nation that aids and abets Vladimir Putin in this absolutely illegal action ought to be held responsible for its complicity. Blumenthal is speaking there as a spokesperson for Putin says the treaty will be signed tomorrow afternoon at the Kremlin and then it'll be all celebrated in a red square concert tomorrow night. Some Republicans meantime suggesting China may have used COVID lockdowns to pressure U.S. diplomats, Bloomberg's Daniel flatley says there may have been security breaches. Whether the conditions were such that they may have been in coerced into divulging some sensitive information, potentially intelligence And that's what they're worried about. The U.S. embassy says China held 16 diplomats and family members involuntarily representatives James comer and Michael McAuliffe are asking Secretary of State Antony Blinken to investigate and there's also some concern about whether Chinese COVID testers use the opportunity to take DNA samples from the U.S. diplomats. Global news 24 hours a day on Erin um Bloomberg quick tech powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom I'm to these Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg, Juliet. 38 minutes past the time for global sports
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on WTVN
"With the other attorneys general across the country who share similar views about the overreach. This is an egregious overreach of federal authority. And as we see what these rules are, we will be able to know exactly how we will be able to challenge them in court. I'm also talking with my colleagues around the country as well. The other governors who feel the way I do and we'll be working on other strategies, but I've never been centers do Allow them to officially get that to the right hospital. And certainly we are encouraging people to continue to get vaccinated as part of this, But we're managing our hospital capacity very successfully here in the state with the tools that we've provided with this staffing emergency, So it's pretty clear. You've got Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, who's a Republican. You've got other Republican governors Henry McMaster from South Carolina, Texas Governor Greg Abbott to Santa's from Florida. I mean, Biden better get ready for a fight, because here they go. But, you know, I think how many fights he already has on his hands. I mean, a lot of that. What he has done via executive order has been proved to be illegal. And that hasn't slowed him up at all. But you know again, I think the whole The whole premise here, uh, that you can step on people's free will, if you will, And honestly, this shouldn't really be a debate about free will. This should simply be a debate about what's good for your health, right? And so unfortunately now That the attention is entirely off of that. What really is going to make me crazy? It's going to make me crazy. And you too, I think is that the case count has turned down. I hope it continues to turn down. But you know, and I know that Joe Biden Three months from now, if we're lucky, and if we have already passed the peak of the Delta infection numbers, he's going to take credit from bending that curve, so to speak, to use a horrible cliche at this point. Because of these mandates, and it will have nothing to do with the mandates that will have to do with the fact that this Delta variant is so contagious. It will presumably or may already have run its course. I surely hope so. Because that means fewer Americans will be getting sick and dying. But to have that be a political win for Joe Biden. It was honestly my head's gonna explode. Fox News contributor Liz Speakers with us this morning on the Brandon Boxer show, Liz This reminds me in some ways of the moratorium on pain, you know, rent on rent, of course, is illegal. It's illegal, and he funneled that through the CDC to enact on that. Where this time around, it's OSHA and you know, just weeks ago, the Supreme Court reminded him That he cannot quote act unlawfully, even in pursuit of desirable ends. So could this and could have should have would, Uh, hypotheticals. Could this end up the same way with the Supreme Court? I think absolutely it could. I don't think this is legal. What's next? You're going to mandate people lose £10. You're going to mandate Employers discriminate because you have gotten a flu shot. That will be the next thing or I don't know what I mean. There's this is an open door to everything. Fox News contributor Liz Peek and NewsRadio 6 10 W. T V. N. It's 6 19 and Brandon Boxer. And traffic.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Biden's federal vaccine mandate draws backlash Republicans threatening lawsuits Did you hear desantis Over the weekend by the way I don't know if you caught any of that or not but my gosh he didn't hold back at all And in fact there were a lot of governors of course who popped off about it in South Carolina governor Henry McMaster says he will fight to the gates of hell to protect the liberty and livelihood of every south carolinian Then he was but just one JD Vance conservative running for U.S. Senate in Ohio calling on businesses to ignore mandates he describes as Washington's attempt to bully and coerce its citizens Did you see that hospitals in places like is it la ville or Louisville New York Lewis county general hospital will stop delivering babies After September 24th because too many maternity unit workers have resigned over vaccine mandates Now again I don't think most of us believe that there's anything inherently wrong with private employers deciding that their employees have to have the shot in order to continue working there It's a different matter altogether when the federal government tells small businesses they must insist their employees do so Here to discuss it constitutional law attorney author of the authoritarians He is Jonathan E mord so grateful to kick off the day with you the week with you Mister E Moore thanks for your time today Hi You're quite welcome Chris good to be with you Thank you sir I believe here's my take I think this guy knows by this guy I mean the president knows fully what he can and can't do I think he likes to say this often I'm not sure if I can or not but I'm gonna do it anyway This is like the third time he's done it This seems to be their Wheelhouse Just saying outrageous unconstitutional things just to get everybody stirred up even though they know full well they're not going to have the support in court or the constitution to do it That's my read my first take yours Well I think you sold us sold to the socialists and as a result he's quite comfortable with authoritarianism And so I think they're consciously pushing the envelope at every alternative with every policy initiative to seek dictatorial power for him He never undertook any effort to actually persuade people of the prudence of getting vaccinated He didn't give us full information Rather he's chosen this approach of using osha and an emergency temporary standard to compel every employer of a hundred or more To impose this mandate of vaccination or testing and it's draconian it's authoritarian and it's characteristic of a dictator not a president of the United States I don't mean to go down this rabbit hole because I know it's all conjecture but and I don't ever want to give this guy too much credit but he was always kind of thought of as the avuncular you know long tenured senator from Delaware and not really known as the kind of power hungry authoritarian that his former boss was president Obama which is why so many of us I'll count myself as one Believe he's not really in charge of anything but rather it's hold over from that previous era who have kind of got him attached to the strings so to speak Is that your read Yes he's an empty suit and it's still daily by his doppelgangers who are actually the socialists with the intentions and the brain power But he's a willing dupe In other words he sold his soul to the communists He's not really a person who will stand up for America as we see with the Afghanistan retreat and he won't he won't undertake any initiative But offends his liberal democratic base Now of course Jonathan ward the question becomes really When this winds up in court is it likely will you got to have a court system that still upholds the constitution Are you confident that we still have that in the judiciary at this point Well I think we do in large measure and I suspect this is going to be inundated with the litigation all over the country And even under the standard that the law provides for this emergency temporary standard he doesn't need it He doesn't mean it And the reason is the first part of that standard is that the employees are exposed to a grave danger Well many would say that that might be satisfied but as with respect to the second part that this specific measure is necessary to protect employees from such danger There is where he runs into problem with people with natural immunity People are telecommuting people who have immune system problems that prevent them from safely being vaccinated threatening their lives And those who are allergic to the ingredients in there And then in addition the ADA which applies and also the Civil Rights Act title 7 which applies And he can't force people with a religious scruple to against vaccination to be vaccinated And you can't force people who are disabled and would be harmed by vaccination from being vaccinated So this thing is going to end up I think with holes through it that are more profound than Swiss cheese And the impact I think will be far less than the 100 million that they're claiming will be impacted by I was just sharing Jonathan E Moore to tweet from an anchor at MSNBC Stephanie rule her name She tweeted I guess late last week osha doing this mandate as an emergency workplace safety rule is the ultimate workaround for the federal government to require vaccinations Now what's notable about that tweet one it's an acknowledgment that even a news anchor news anchor knows is true that osha is a workaround the constitution she tweets but it was who retweeted this Jonathan E mord Ron klain The president's chief of staff retweeted that sir I mean that and so Jonathan truly wrote it as blog That's going to be legally problematic unto itself in court because that's called what he says dumb offering a doozy He says the problem with that courts will now be asked to ignore the admission and uphold a self admitted evasion of constitutional protections is that how you read it I do It's a tremendous admission against interest by Ron klain and it shows their true intentions I think the courts will necessarily look at that That would be consistent with their treatment of such issues in the past when there's been a person in the political realm like Donald Trump They used his own statements against them And so it would be hard for Ron klain Not to be directly used as a vehicle to show that this is a workaround that the constitution because that's his admission But it very clearly raises new profound constitutional questions under the non delegation doctrine the separation of powers doctrine This is lawmaking Writ large for the whole nation By the executive branch which is against article one of the constitution which Beth the lawmaking power exclusively in Congress So that is going to be a profound problem particularly in the course of appeal I believe in the federal system I don't think this thing is well thought out I think it's poorly executed and of course for.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Democracy now dot war the warren peach report. I made me goodman. President joe biden has laid out a six point plan to bring the us cova. Nineteen epidemic under control. After a summer that saw skyrocketing rates of infections especially in areas with low vaccination rates speaking from the white house. Thursday biden said. He's ordering nearly all federal workers and contractors to get kovic nineteen vaccinations or face weekly testing. He also said osha. The occupational safety and health administration will require large employers to have their workers inoculated or tested. Weekly violators face. Fines of up to fourteen thousand dollars per infraction. Despite the fact the for almost five months free vaccines have been available in eighty thousand different locations. We still have nearly eighty million americans who failed to get the shot and to make matters worse the elected officials actively working to undermine the fight against kobe nineteen instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated a mask up their ordering mobile morgues for the unvaccinated. Dying from cova in their communities. This is totally unacceptable. The republican national committee immediately promised to sue the biden administration over its vaccine mandates south carolina republican governor henry mcmaster tweeted quote. We will fight them to the gates of hell to protect the liberty and livelihood of every south carolinian the first international passenger flight out of afghanistan kabul airport since the end of the us withdraw landed in doha thursday cutter airways plane held over one hundred passengers including americans canadians and britain's but the fate of many more who are still trying to leave afghanistan both foreign nationals and afghans is unknown meanwhile there have been increasing reports of taliban intimidation and violence against journalists workers activist women and others the un said. It's afghan staff have been subjected to threats physical abuse and some offices were looted. This is journalists taki derby who was arrested while covering a women's protests in kabul wednesday and tortured in detention for about ten minutes about seven or eight. People were beating us as much as they could. They would raise sticks and beat us with all of their strength bussey novi assemble compulsion jeff wagner when they treat journalists like this. It's possible journalism will stop in afghanistan. Within a few months it will be destroyed what we want from. The taliban is for them to be responsible for the security and well being of journalists. The syrian army entered the southern rebel-held city of dora on wednesday for the first time in over a decade amidst a fragile russian broker. Truce was the birthplace of the uprising against the government of president. Bush lhasa in two thousand eleven. Human rights watch. Said civilians in the area are facing dire shortages of food medicine power and other basic necessities amidst recent esscalation attacks by syrian government forces and their allies. Meanwhile the syrian civil defense says at least five civilians were killed in government shelling attacks in italy province earlier this week in immigration news the biden administrations extended temporary protected status or tps by another fifteen months for some four hundred thousand immigrants from haiti on duras. El salvador nicaragua sudan and paul. This means they'll be able to continue working and living in the us without the threat of deportation. Through december of twenty twenty two meanwhile immigrant advocates continue to urge congress to pass permanent immigration. Relief that includes a path to citizenship for tps holders and millions of undocumented people in the us in more immigration news a whistle blower complaint is denouncing the ongoing abuse faced by unaccompanied migrant. Children held at fort. Bliss military base in el paso texas buzzfeed reports. Children were burned after bathing and blistering water. Had their blood drawn without explanation. Were constantly threatened with deportation. This is the third complaint detailing unsafe and brutal conditions at fort bliss where the biden administration set up large tens of thousands of unaccompanied migrant children in texas. The us supreme court wednesday stayed the execution of john. Henry ramirez who says the state violated his religious freedom after it denied ramirez request to have his pastor. Hold us hander. Touch him and pray with him and the death chamber. The supreme court will likely argue the case in october or november. The us justice department has sued texas over its near total ban on abortions calling. It unconstitutional the law which bans abortion starting around six weeks of pregnancy. Even in cases of rape or incest circumvents the federal protection of abortion rights by deputising private citizens to enforce this is attorney general maryland thus far the law has had its intended effect because the statute makes it too risky for an abortion clinic to stay open. Abortion providers have ceased providing services. This leaves women in texas unable to exercise their constitutional rights and unable to obtain judicial review. At the very moment they need it. The justice department is seeking an injunction against the law. President biden has withdrawn the nomination of david shipman to head borough alcohol tobacco and firearms and explosives chipman twenty year. Atf veteran was attacked by republicans. And the nra for being a gun. Control advocate and to democrats west virginia. Senator joe manchin and montana. Senator jon tester would not commit to confirming chipman while main independent angus king caucuses with democrats said would vote against his confirmation. The newton the newtown action alliance responded the reason why there has been only one senate confirmed. Atf director in the last fifteen years is because the gun industry profits gun. Laws are not enforced. david shipman should have been confirmed. They said meanwhile climate activists blasted biden's pick of willie phillips to serve on the federal energy regulation commission. Philip says represented oil and gas interests while working in corporate law. the biden administration moved thursday to permanently. Protect alaska's bristol. Bay watershed from development including propose golden coppermine that would have destroyed the world's most productive sockeye salmon fishery environmentalists and indigenous groups in the region have long fought the proposed pebble. Mine and open pit mine that would require construction of a massive power plant natural gas pipeline and huge toxic tailing ponds in massachusetts harvard. President lawrence kao said on thursday. His university will no longer invest. It's forty two billion dollar. Endowment fossil fuel companies the announcement was a victory for the campus organization. Fossil fuel divest which was founded in two thousand twelve. The group tweeted quote. It took conversations and protests meetings with administration faculty alumni votes mass citizens and arrests historic legal strategies and storming football fields. But today we can see proof that activism works plain and simple they said and in labor news nabisco workers and five states remain on strike one month after workers at a portland. Oregon plant walked off the job to protest management's demands for changes to work schedules and cuts to overtime pay. Some workers have been forced into sixteen hour shifts during the pandemic others were asked to work twelve hour shifts three to four days a week including on weekends nabisco worker april flowers lewis who joined a picket line.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on AP News
"The people. You care about people you love. My job as president is to protect all Americans, federal workers and contractors and their employees ordered to be vaccinated, along with people who work at health care facilities that accept Medicaid and Medicare. Private companies will either vaccinate their employees or get them tested every week. Republican governors calling the actions and overreach South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster saying Biden and the radical Democrats have thumbed their noses at the Constitution. I'm Tim Maguire. Some of the nation's governors are taking She with President Biden's plan to force large companies to either mandate vaccines or require weekly testing. Montana Republican governor Greg Gianforte is calling a new vaccination mandate unlawful and un American he's made it illegal in his state for private employers to require that workers get vaccinated. Mississippi Republican Governor Tate Reeves, calling the plan unconstitutional and terrifying, suggesting that President Biden was a tyrant. The president in his speech on his new covid plan, criticized elected officials who are working to undermine the fight against Covid 19. Instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated, a mask up there, ordering mobile morgues for the unvaccinated dying from covid in their communities. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden is announcing new steps to vaccinate more Americans against Covid 19 while sharply criticizing those who have not gotten shots. The president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S sees a sharp rise in cases about 300% more each day. But at this time last year Saga or Megane at the White House Research on beards and wads of gum are among the winners of a spoof on the Nobel Prize. An ignoble goes to researchers at the University of Utah who found out beards. Don't just make a fashion statement. They can protect demands delicate facial bones from a punch in the face absorbing the force of the punch. No faces were actually punched to determine this. A team of Navy researchers, one for figuring out a cheaper and more effective way to control cockroaches on submarines. Using the pesticide die Clovis was less expensive and more effective. Also, researchers from a Spanish university determined, already chewed gum that has been stuck to the sidewalk for three months is teeming with nasty bacteria. It can be applied for the control of contagious diseases. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of a peace photography for.
The Latest: Georgia hospitals swamped by COVID-19 cases
"Several governors in southern states continue to outlaw mask mandates another covert nineteen safety restrictions as cases continue to spike in their states Texas governor Greg Abbott is not lifting an emergency order banning governments from requiring mask use or social distancing but he is looking for out of state health care workers to come help fight this most recent wave of coping infections South Carolina governor Henry McMaster says the delta variants poses a real threat but there's no need to mandate masks were schools mandating mask is not to answer personal responsibility is the answer common sense McMaster is urging residents to get vaccinated Arkansas set a new record for Colbert hospitalizations fourteen hundred throughout the state twelve children in icy use and eight are on ventilators I am Jackie Quinn
Fauci: More 'pain and suffering' ahead as COVID cases rise
"The latest data from Johns Hopkins University show the seven day rolling average for daily new covert nineteen cases in the U. S. has risen to more than seventy seven thousand up from just over thirty thousand two weeks earlier and that's prompting a warning from the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci offered this outlook on ABC's this week we're looking not I believe to lock down but we're looking to some pain and suffering in the future because we're seeing the cases go up from G. says vaccination is the key to getting the nation back to normal but notes one hundred million eligible Americans have not gotten a shot the un vaccinated by not being vaccinated allowing the propagation in the spread of the outbreak which ultimately impacts everyone South Carolina governor Henry McMaster tells fox news Sunday he's been vaccinated and it's encouraging others to do the same but he won't be mandating it wore the wearing of masks we don't trust the people to do the right thing we're giving them the right information there has been a surge in vaccinations over the past week currently the CDC reports fifty eight percent of Americans twelve and older are fully vaccinated Ben Thomas Washington
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Vaccination rates continue to plummet around the U. S. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson tells ABC he's working to boost his state's low vaccination totals. Clearly conservative is more hesitant about government authority, I think in the southern state Saying some rule states you have that more conservative approach. Georgia's vaccination rate is also among the worst in the U. S. Hutchinson says he's fine with President Biden's plan that includes community leaders going door to door in some neighborhoods. South Carolina's governor is trying to block those door to door efforts. Henry McMaster claims he's worried that government workers will try to intimidate or pressure people into getting the shot. The White House insists it would be local volunteers, not federal employees carrying out the effort. WSB news time. 7 49 Next Traffic update includes a crowd and I 5 75 in Woodstock in less than two minutes. Ws BS Brad Mitts at his dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda Pest management, they handle bugs and critters. Mostly cloudy this morning. W SPEED STORM tracker radar has been showing just a few isolated showers in the Northeast Georgia Mountains will have a chance of a shower across metro Atlanta any time today, but thunderstorms likely this afternoon but terrain chance at 70%. Some of those storms could be strong, isolated, severe storm of damaging winds a possibility this afternoon as well and with the clouds and the rain holds a high down to 84 today. Tomorrow. Low 70 high 85 Mostly cloudy with showers and storms likely again and also again mainly in the afternoon. Tuesday's rain chance at 60% that drops to 40% Wednesday Partly cloudy with scattered afternoon storms Midweek low 70 88 I'm a five day forecast for Thursday and Friday. Thursday will be up near 90 expect will happen at 89 with partly cloudy sky scattered storms again during the heat of the day. Rain chance at 40% Thursday and then a 60% chance of showers and storms Friday little more coverage of rain at the end of the week. Friday's low 71 high 88 recapping the forecast for today. Mostly cloudy showers and storms likely this afternoon 70% Chance of rain and a high of 84 right now we're 72 on Peachtree Street. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brandon It's 95.5 WSB. Let's go back to the Morning Drive. Now. Here's Mark McKay slow transition. Scott from Doraville on July 85 North. Dont East Valve eight interlude Slowing as you leave Buford Highway had a crash on that transition. Rampant spaghetti junction moved off to the right now. 25 the state Five North continue further north towards Gwinnett County at Jimmy Carter Boulevard. Couple of links knocked out with a crash will be up and over that shortly. 85 were found at can be carnival. A barred south Down has been slow all morning. Long leaving Pleasant Hill Road. The door cross. Your 400 slowing begins at the north spring part a station actually just South Dallas Fort Bridge. Slow ride this morning into the work phone. And like 25, Northwest, Veronica is the typical slowdowns. 5 75. Sometimes you leave at six years wrote and head down below. 92 75 Cent found just a few brake lights out of backward. Not so bad over three Marietta and crash over on Cobb Parkway, South Bound Giles Road is gone. Still watching brake lights in the Kennesaw tripled in traffic. 95.5.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on AP News
"Require shots for teachers or vaccine eligible Children and leaving it to local officials to figure out how to ensure the unvaccinated are using precautions. The White House is no longer holding back from criticizing Republican officials who played down the importance of vaccinations or try to score political points at the expense of federal efforts to drive shots into arms. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster tried to block door to door efforts to drive up the vaccination rate in his state. White House press secretary Jen Psaki had this reaction Friday. The failure to provide accurate public health information, including the efficacy of vaccines and the accessibility of them to people across the country, including South Carolina is literally killing people, so maybe they should consider that. As for the global effort to contain the virus, we're not in a good place. That's the World Health Organization's Maria von Kharkov earlier this week, she notes. The only region of the world where case numbers are not on the rise As the Americas there are more than two dozen countries that have epidemic curves that are almost vertical right now. Almost vertical. Van Kharkov says the virus is still thriving. The delta variant in particular, even the delta, varying itself is mutating, and it will continue to do so. We still have the upper hand. Let's use the tools that we have to keep transmission down drive down transmission. So far more than 3.4 billion doses of Covid 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide. That number again from Johns Hopkins University's count. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Duncan has a tasty way to take an afternoon break without breaking the bank. Perk up your PMS with Stepney apps From 2 to 6 p.m.. You can get a medium hot or.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news sponsored by fighting for Mom's calm. Phil O'Neill is at the editor's desk. I'm Taylor Vance Ice. Now the headlines were following from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. The former Minnesota police officer accused of killing Dante right, scheduled to go to trial later this year. This is the case in which the officer Kim Potter thought she was reaching for her Taser, So it's alleged but actually reached for her gun and fired trial set for December. 6th. And South Carolina now allowing death row inmates to be executed by firing squad. The governor there is Henry McMaster and these signed a bill that allows the return of the electric chair and firing squad to the list of options for those facing capital punishment. The new law comes as the state has struggled to Obtained the drugs needed to execute inmates by lethal injection. U N. Security Council. Diplomats and Muslim foreign ministers convened emergency weekend meetings to demand a stop to civilian bloodshed as Israeli warplanes carried out the deadliest single attacks in nearly a week of Hamas, rocket barrages and Israeli air strikes. The latest from ABC is Matt Gutman. Overnight, Israel said it dropped over 100 bombs on densely populated Gaza, targeting the Hamas tunnels that honey comb that narrow strip of land. And moments later, the retaliation rockets fired into the air, dire dome interceptors blowing them out of the sky right above our heads. We ducked for cover, just got out of my car were lying in a ditch by the side of the road of Stevie's really soldier opened. Everybody in that checkpoint behind us also disappearing Try to hide recover Israel defending its deadliest air strikes on Gaza since the conflict began. 42 killed, most.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"It took two years It was I went back and researched stuff That happened 40 years ago that I've forgotten about put the right faces with the right people in places. The time I was done, truly lived up to its title. Does the noise in my head bother you? Because It's a big deal, whether you're pro life or pro choice. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. The Supreme Court is going to take up what's considered a key new abortion case. Fox is Rachel Sutherland is here live with details the day the high court will hear Mississippi's appeal of a lower court ruling the struck down that's law banning most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. That issue whether laws restricting elective abortions based on viability our constitutional the case will be argued during the fall term, setting up a potential change in precedent. Since the landmark Roe versus Wade ruling in 1972. Several Republican states have passed more restrictive abortion laws in recent years, including so called heartbeat bills. Mississippi's ban is the first to reach the U. S. Supreme Court. Dave Rachel in South Carolina, where execution drugs have been unavailable for a while, or Republican Governor, Henry McMaster has signed a bill into law forcing death row inmates to choose between the electric chair and a firing squad. There's no end to the Israeli Palestinian fighting and he cease fire would be by definition between them, but we're ready to engage to support it. Secretary of State Antony Blinken Israeli air strikes took out nine miles of militant tunnels. But nearly 200 Palestinians have been killed in the past week and 10 Israelis as rocket fire continues abroad. She dashed odd today and wreaked incredible damage..
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Effectively coordinating with the schools, the implement these arbitrary policies. Which are not rooted in science. No, The left always says, Follow the science. US science denier well Apparently, they're the science deniers because they have nothing to back up their policies. Yep. You nailed it. And then I mean, look at look at what happened and came out a couple days ago. The New York Times that of all places, which is not a conservative newspaper, right? They came out with a bombshell of a story. That says the CDC greatly overestimated the amount of cases of Kovar that people caught just by being outside the outdoor transmission. Um, they exaggerated it so much. There's a guy doctor Mu judge in this The New York Times story. Dr Mute Civic Avery Ologists University of ST Andrews said the benchmark seems to be a huge exaggeration. In truth, the sheriff transmission that has occurred outdoor seems to be below 1%, maybe below 10.1%. And yet, the New York Times said it was his highest 10%. I mean, that's that's a giant difference. Right then we have kids running around outside, sweating, passing out in masks outside in the big heat we have here in Arizona and, you know for school board say, we follow CDC guidelines not only to the CDC collude with the school boards to make sure that school stay closed as much as possible. But now we find out that the CDC got it wrong, big time about how dangerous it is because it's not at all to be outside without a mask. Yeah, They've been moving the goal post this entire time with the way you've seen them operate over the last year, the CDC World Health Organization. All of these local municipalities. It's just been this constant moving goalpost. So at a certain point, you have to wonder. You know what? What is their real intention and plan here? Is this really about a medical Health, emergency or crisis or a pandemic. Whatever they want to call it, or is this really just a control mechanism? The usher in a different agenda, and that's that's really what I've been looking at is is what is their real intention here? Because again we've talked about the shot or the vaccine. The injection that they're trying to force on everybody. It really seems like they're just trying to condition people. So we have to really just push back on this and we have to push back on it everywhere. As we've talked about when you have when you have a Marxist or Communist type control that pops up in one place that spread that just spread that actually spread like an infection, a virus But we've got a tip that down anywhere that we see that happen. Yeah, we really do it. This is Steve Daniels, by the way, President of the Patriot Party on Canister game 7 90 72 School board meeting. I believe it's a six o'clock meeting. I think parents are gonna start showing up around five o'clock at the school district office. S so we would. It's not just again, not just for Rita parents. Anyone? Anyone in the community? If you're within, you know, 30 Minute hour drive. Please show up because they parents of that district need need the support as well. I challenge every parent that has a child in that school district. That doesn't believe in this in this masking to show up, But then we just need the community support as well. Everybody needs to show up. I think it's awesome. And then on the heels of this, I mean the South Carolina governor Henry McMaster puts out an executive order saying, I'm empowering the parents to make the decision. It's ridiculous. Kids are being forced to wear masks in schools. It should be for the parents decision, not the school's not the government to make that happen. That's the first one that that I've seen that that happened here in in the country. They're just Santa's comes out and says Kids don't need to be wearing masks in schools, but he hasn't issued any executive order in the legislation yet, but at least it's the right start. You know, I mean, and if it's starting like this, I'm hoping it continues to catch on in every single state. Yeah, sure hopeful does that things are Legislature again again? They need to do the right things for for our state as a you know, regarding mask, which they did pass the bill for businesses, but Is there nothing to protect the Children in the schools? He's done nothing to protect us from this this vaccine passport that they're trying TOC out across the United States. Under a Rs one. Death six Oh two again. Section Section five. It says the right to make health care decisions for the minor child, including rights pursuant to sections. You know 15 873, etcetera, etcetera unless otherwise prohibited by law. Well, there's no law that talks about making kids wear masks. So at this point, it is again the fundamental parent right to do so. What I what I would also challenge parents is if your school district whether it's so Rita or any other is not honoring your rights as parents need to get your kids out of that abusive situation. Because as we've talked about previously there, this is child abuse. Masking these kids is literally defined it under areas on the lodge child abuse because you're restricting. Their their health. By putting these by putting his mask on them. Well, one more, You know, the charter schools have said this, and I know the Health department sent out this information to every public school and charter schools, public schools, but every public school as well. About that ordinance that we have here. You know, Pima County Ordinance 2020-96 people on a resolution 2020-96 about this they designed this December four. The vote on December 4th about masking up and everything else and And the chief medical officer said, Hey, you guys in the schools, you have to abide by our our resolution. 2020 96, But on that resolution, it does have exempt person Section two. Letter B persons who cannot medically tolerate wearing a face covering a person is not required to provide documentation demonstrating that the person cannot medically tolerate wearing a face covered, so you could just say Nope. They can't do it. They don't to prove anything. And if the school says No, you have to. I'm not a lawyer, not a lawyer, but within the school, then be in violation of that ordinance. You got to think there's some liability there, right? I'm literally on the peanut County website. Right now, it says, How do I prove? Have a health exemption to mass regulation. There's the question right there on the team, a county website. You don't need to Ordered supervisors resolution 2020 deaths. 96 does not require anyone claiming an exemption to the mask, wearing rule to provide proof was.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"They've been moving the goal post this entire time with the way you've seen them operate over the last year, the CDC World Health Organization. All of these local municipalities. It's just been this constant moving goalpost. So in a certain point, you have to wonder. You know what? What is their real intention and plan here? Is this really about a medical Health, emergency work crisis or a pandemic. Whatever they want to call it, or is this really just a control mechanism, the usher in a different agenda, and that's that's really what I've been looking at is is what is their real intention here? Because again we've talked about the shot or the vaccine. The injection that they're trying to force on everybody. It really seems like they're just trying to condition people. So we have to really just push back on this, and we had to push back on it everywhere. As we've talked about when you have when you have a Marxist or Communist type control that pops up in one place that spread that's just spread that actually spread like an infection, a virus But we've got to take that down anywhere that we see that happen. Yeah, we really Diogo, This is Steve Daniels. By the way, President of the Patriot Party on Canister game 7 90 72 School board meeting. What is it? A six o'clock or seven o'clock start tonight. I believe it's six o'clock meeting. I think parents are gonna start showing up around five o'clock at the school district office, eh? So we would. It's not just again, not just worried the parents Anyone? Anyone in the community if you're within, you know, 30 minutes. Our drive. Please show up because they parents of that district need need the support as well. I challenge every parent that has a child in that school district. Doesn't believe in this in this in asking to show up, But then we just need the community support as well. Everybody needs to show up. I think it's awesome. And then on the heels of this I mean the South Carolina governor Henry McMaster puts out an executive order saying, I'm empowering the parents to make the decision. It's ridiculous. Kids are being forced to wear masks in schools. It should be for the parents decision, not the school's not the government to make that happen. That's the first one that that I've seen that that happened here in in the country and into Santa's comes out and says Kids don't need to be wearing masks in schools, but he hasn't issued any executive order in the legislation yet, but at least it's the right start. You know, I mean, and if it's starting like this, I'm hoping it continues to catch on in every single state. Yeah, I sure hope it does that things aren't Legislature again again. They need to do the right things for for our state, as you know, regarding mask, which they did pass the bill for businesses, but Is there nothing to protect the Children in the schools? They did nothing to protect us from this this vaccine passport that they're trying TOC out across the United States. Under a Rs one. That's six Oh two again. Section Section five. It says the right to make health care decisions for the minor child, including rights pursuant to sections. You know 15 873, etcetera, etcetera unless otherwise prohibited by law. Well, there's no law that talks about making kids wear masks. So at this point, it is again the fundamental parent right to do so. What I what I would also challenge parents is if your school district whether it's so Rita or any other is not honoring your rights as parents, you need to get your kids out of that abusive situation. Because as we've talked about previously there, this is child abuse. Masking these kids is literally defined it under areas on the lodge child abuse because you're restricting. Their their health. By putting these by putting his mask on them. Well, one more, You know, the charter schools have said this, and I know the Health department sent out this information to every public school and charter schools, public schools, but every public school as well. About that ordinance that we have here. You know, Pima County Ordinance 2020-96 people on a resolution 2020-96 about this they designed this December four. The vote on December 4th about masking up and everything else and And the chief medical officer said, Hey, you guys in the schools, you have to abide by our our resolution. 2020 96, But on that resolution, it does have exempt person Section two. Letter B persons who cannot medically tolerate wearing a face covering a person is not required to put provide documentation demonstrating that the person cannot medically tolerate wearing a face covering so you could just say Nope. They can't do it. They don't to prove anything. And if the school says No, you have to. I'm not a lawyer, not a lawyer, but within the school, then be in violation of that ordinance. You gotta think there's some liability there, right? I'm literally on the Peanut County website. Right now, it says, How do I prove? Have a health exemption to mass regulation. There's the question right there on the Pima County website. You don't need to Board of Supervisors Resolution 2020 deaths, 96 does not require anyone claiming an exemption. You the mask, wearing rule to provide proof? Yep, those right there in front of us. It's right there on the Pima County website, and these schools are operating under this mandate or or resolution. That's what I'm saying. So I think the school board's the school board's these individuals on the school board's they could. I don't know about the legalities of it. But if I was a parent and they were doing this to my kid, I'd be trying to hold each one of them individually liable at this point. I think it's a great move. Well, Steve, let me know what happens. You're gonna be down at the already to school board meeting about six o'clock tonight. The star parents get their problem and five who knows when they gonna get there? I hope a lot of people show up in from Sarita and all around and send a message that parents need to be in control of their own kids. Health, Not the government, not a school board. Steve Daniels, Patriot Party president. Thank you. For all the work you're doing, man. Thank you, Garrett. I appreciate it Hope to see you out there you got it will continue its canIs t the morning ritual. With Gary Lewis Weather's warming up outside, you get to go outside. 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"henry mcmaster" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Aspirin. They thought was cocaine. Americans listening to Fox News? Huh? The South Carolina House has passed a bill adding firing squads to the state's list of approved execution methods. The bill requires death row inmates to choose the electric chair or a firing squad. If lethal injection drugs are not available. South Carolina hasn't executed a prisoner in 10 years and its supply of lethal drugs expired. Other states have the same problem, forcing them to explore alternative methods. The state Senate already approved a similar measure, and if Republican Governor Henry McMaster signs the legislation, South Carolina would be only the fourth state to allow executions by firing squad. Steve Rappaport Fox News State appeals court rules, California's governor had the legal right to put coronavirus policies in place. Some Republican state lawmakers brought on a lawsuit claiming California governor Gavin Newsom was undermining the legislature's power during the pandemic. There were concerns over Newsome's lockdown orders, halting evictions and dozens more Ah lower court ruled those orders were unconstitutional. The court of Appeal in Sacramento said. That was wrong that the judge made a mistake and interpreting The Emergency Services Act to prohibit the governor from issuing close eye legislative orders in an emergency. Fox's gelato company owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is open the bidding for a trip to the edge of outer space. Blue origin announcing they're auctioning off one seed on the first sub orbital sightseeing flight aboard its new shepherd spacecraft. Blue Origin, is aiming to make the next giant leap and space travel on July 20th the historic flight coming after years of testing on the Shepherd Rocket and capsule combo, which will launch six passengers more than 62 miles above Earth into sub orbital space, they will experience a few minutes of incredible Use in weightlessness before returning to Earth. Blue origin will announce the winner on June 12th that's boxes Jell O Whitfield. I'm Chris Foster Fox News. No place like a cowboy place in the town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel account today. Yeah, when you're all that,.
Republican Lawmakers Across The Country Push For Abortion Restrictions
"Up seats in state houses across the country in November, and now they're using those gains to push new abortion restrictions, some of which resemble laws previously blocked by the courts. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. In the last couple of years, A federal courts have repeatedly struck down early abortion bans in Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere. But this year, Republican lawmakers in South Carolina were undeterred. This field protects the life of the unborn with the heartbeat. This is a sensitive issue. This is a controversial issue, but it shouldn't be. But it is. Those voices were South Carolina Republican Senators Katrina Sheeley and Larry Grooms during debate over a bill prohibiting most abortions after cardiac activity can be detected. That's often about six weeks into a pregnancy. Republicans were able to pass the bill after picking up several seats in the November election almost as soon as Republican governor Henry McMaster signed the law. Ah federal judge blocked it. Ah court hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Republican Lawmakers Across The Country Push For Abortion Restrictions
"Picked up seats in state houses across the country in November, and now they're using those gains to push new abortion restrictions. Some of which resemble laws previously blocked by the courts. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. In the last couple of years, federal courts have repeatedly struck down early abortion bans in Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere. But this year, Republican lawmakers in South Carolina were undeterred. This bill protects the life of the unborn with the heartbeat. This is a sensitive issue. This is a controversial issue, but it shouldn't be. But it is. Those voices were South Carolina Republican senators Katrina Sheeley and Larry Grooms. During debate over a bill prohibiting most abortions after cardiac activity can be detected. That's often about six weeks into a pregnancy. Republicans were able to pass the bill after picking up several seats in the November election. Almost as soon as Republican governor Henry McMaster signed the law. Ah federal judge blocked it. Ah Court hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Republican Lawmakers Across The Country Push For Abortion Restrictions
"Picked up seats in state houses across the country in November, and now they're using those gains to push new abortion restrictions, some of which resemble laws previously blocked by the courts. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. In the last couple of years, A federal courts have repeatedly struck down early abortion bans in Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere. But this year, Republican lawmakers in South Carolina were undeterred. This bill protects the life of the unborn with the heartbeat. This is a sensitive issue. This is a controversial issue, but it shouldn't be. But it is Those voices were South Carolina Republican Senators Katrina Sheeley and Larry Grooms during debate over a bill prohibiting most abortions after cardiac activity can be detected. That's often about six weeks into a pregnancy. Republicans were able to pass the bill after picking up several seats in the November election. Almost as soon as Republican governor Henry McMaster signed the law. Ah federal judge blocked it. A court hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Restrictive abortion law suspended in South Carolina one day after passing
"South Carolina's law banning most abortions has been suspended. Commodore Henry McMaster signed the bill into law yesterday. Planned Parenthood is challenging it. Ah, judge put a 14 day temporary restraining order on the law until a hearing on March. 9th can determine if the law will be enforced. The order was needed, in part because more than 75 women are scheduled to have abortions in the state over the next three days. Most of them would be banned under the new law. Stacey Lynn CBS
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"And there's nobody there from has gone. There's no seem to be no seeming revolt or anything going on up there. Why are the forces there. And there's a reason we should not regard this as a declaration of martial law by their presence Okay so let let me break this down for you know we. We shouldn't regard it as as martial law because they are confined to the territory of capitol hill. And they have no policing authority They can't impose their will on people There they really serve no purpose there. Right now Actually byron york. It's say this byron york centerpiece. I got an What is it. The the role news tribune has this piece out explaining that they're stayed until mid march because they're worried about the cunanan people coming back Post impeachment trial but also. They're worried because they're concerned as they start bringing the the cunanan people in who are in jail in washington for their hearings that there may be some flamed intentions. Now i will tell you tom. Cotton is rapidly becoming one of my favorites. Is i mean. He's a friend of a little biased here. jamal because we're about commercial break but i'll tell you cotton has come out and said it's time to the troops home now. Most of the the Southern governors brian kemp rhonda santa's greg abbott Henry mcmaster bill lee from tennessee. They've all They're national guard soldiers. Home it is a maryland and virginia. That are keeping people. they're still And there are reports that there may be a protest on march fourth and the reason for the protest on march fourth is there are some of the more fringy cunanan people. Their latest conspiracy theory is that march. Fourth was the original inaugural day and that is the day that donald trump will come back. Now you and. I can laugh about this. But he buddy of mine sent me screenshots. A facebook thread from some folks and they. They're they're convinced that the military is going to impose martial law and take back the country and saved the republic that joe biden is a legitimate president still and one of the reasons that what one of the the hilarious parts of that they turn off the light to the white house at night because it's occupied y'all they turn off the lights at the white house at ten thirty every night the the outside lights go off so the president can go to sleep but people are saying the stuff and there are people who believe it and so they're concerned Over this militia stuff. It's not really marshall although because one there did they've been asked to be there and to they don't actually have powers The only powers the national guard has protection of the building and they're starting to go home as as the capitol. Police want to build the wall which they're not going to build democrats and republicans lack are opposed to the wall but They're worried about this march fourth thing so stupid all of this stupid stupid stupid stupid when we come back. We need to talk about china. Actually there's serious issues with china. We need to dell delve into. Hello there it is your erickson here. so i just actually got this question limit. Let me push for it. Get to the china's stuff to talk about E- we if you listen online to our livestream at Eric erickson show dot com you hear. Psa's during commercial breaks..
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Town hall. But common Keith Peters, Senator John Holly is pushing back against Democrat accusations he tried to undo the results of the November election. Capitol Hill correspondent Bob Agnew report. Senator Holy followed congressional procedures when he, along with Senator Ted Cruz Challenge, the electoral college results today brighter stormed the capital building. He's being accused of trying to overturn the election results. But tell ST Louis radio station KMOX he was actually trying to spark congressional debate on election integrity. Holly says what he calls a left wing mob is trying to silence him Senator Cruz and 140. House Republicans, but vows quote I will not be silenced by Magna reporting, South Carolina Senate has passed a bill that would outlaw almost all abortions in the state. The measure requires doctors to use an ultrasound to try to detect a fetal heartbeat if they think a pregnant woman is at least eight weeks along Have a heart beat is found in the pregnancy is not the result of rape or incest. The doctor cannot perform an abortion unless the mother's life is in danger. The South Carolina Senate passed the legislation by a 32 13 vote after Republicans won new seats in last year's elections. It's likely the final hurdle for the bill, which has passed the state house easily in previous years. After Henry McMaster has repeatedly said he will sign it as soon as he can. I'm Ben Thomas Robin Hood, another online trading platforms are moving to restrict trading and game stop another stocks that have soared recently due to rabbit buying by smaller investors. Gamestop stocks rocketed from below $20 to more than $400 this month as a volunteer army of investors on social media challenged big institutions who placed market bets that the stock would fall. Among the restrictions. Investors would only be able to sell their positions and not open new ones in some cases. On Wall Street that out by 300 points. The NASDAQ rose 66 more on these stories at town hall dot com. If you've fallen behind in your credit card.
"henry mcmaster" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"That's our news. I'm Jon Scott. The South Carolina senator has passed a bill that would outlaw almost all abortions in the state. The 32 13 vote overcomes years of hurdles. Thanks to Republicans winning you seats at last year's elections. The Senate vote is likely the final hurdle for the bill that has passed the house easily in previous years. Governor Henry McMaster is said he will sign it as soon as he can. On the eve of the annual march for life. Florida Senator Marco Rubio says abortion should be illegal, although that imposes some restrictions on what a woman can do with her body right to live versus the right to choose. And on that I heard on the side of life or I choose on the side of life because it's the most fundamental of rights without life. None of the other rights we claim a possible Rubio was interviewed by the Salem radio Network. Also with us alright news dot com on alternative to an impeachment trial is being floated by leading Senate Democrats, Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia is proposing censure as a possible alternative to the impeachment of President Donald Trump as the required 17 votes needed from Senate Republicans for conviction appears out of reach, Kane said Wednesday. He's discussing sense you're with colleagues, Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, told reporters. There must be accountability for the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. This is much, much more seriously. Anything that we've ever seen in our lifetime. And it's really the purpose of having having articles of impeachment in the Constitution. But 45 Republicans voted Tuesday to declare the impeachment trial unconstitutional. Mike Rossi, a Washington A liquid nitrogen leak it against Paul George, a poultry plant has killed six people. At least four firefighters also injured sales of new homes rose 1.6% in December after a big decline in November, according to the Commerce Department. The Wall Street. The Dow was ahead 533 points the NASDAQ Up 201. This is S are in news. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with a loan that fits your life rocket can when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process Rocket can Hi Kevin McCullough. This is important time in our nation's history. We're seeing the transition from one presidential administration to another. That will have a very different view of how the unborn should be protected. We're leaving an administration that has made great advances in protecting unborn Children. And a new one that is coming in, has made no clear indication that they will keep those policies in place. In fact, if you look at some of their voting record, you may say this will be the most pro abortion administration we've ever seen. That's why pre born our partner. Every January becomes so important. You see when a woman sees an ultrasound, and they see their own baby's heartbeat in little body and little fingers and toes. They suddenly say, Wait a minute. That's not just accomplished cells. That's a human. That's a person. That's my child. Over the last couple of years, we've helped save the lives of over 1500 Children because.
South Carolina continues to see high numbers of daily coronavirus cases
"South Carolina one of more than twenty states seeing a rise in the number of coronavirus cases some cities want to make face masks mandatory but the governor has yet to take any action South Carolina public radio is Victoria Hanson reports the state has seen a string of consecutive days with much higher infection rates the department of health says the new cases are predominantly among young people governor Henry McMaster is urging people to wear masks but has it mandated them he is also not talking about the possibility of shutting down again he says there are constitutional limits on what he can make people do and also there's a practical matter we've got to get back to work we can't stay shut down forever the government says South Carolina one of the last days to close in first re opened did not get back to business too
Coronavirus hospitalizations rise sharply in several states following Memorial Day
"Now surpasses two million coronavirus cases Harvard's Dr Imran Ali links increased caseloads in nearly half the country to Memorial Day weekend all you know they were out and about and some of them did not adhere to the social distancing Arizona hospitals activate emergency plans they have maxed out use of external long machines South Carolina extended state of emergency is coronavirus cases climate weather is not normal going to kill it it may be seasonal it may not be but is on the face of the earth and is going to be here until of a vaccine is created Fortinet is not here yet governor Henry McMaster tells residents not to get careless about masks and social distance but he is not
The Latest: NASCAR fans tailgating near Darlington Raceway
"President trump continuing to push pro sports is a key aspect of American life that should start back up sooner rather than later and this weekend NASCAR returns to South Carolina starting Sunday afternoon the Darlington Raceway will host three races in four days but as CBS's Jacob Reynolds reports there will be no fans in the stands Sunday the sound of motors and smell of burnt rubber will return to Darlington Raceway just without fans and NASCAR's first return to racing since the pandemic cults in sports the palmetto state restaurant will serve a testing ground for returning sports have Fridays xcelerated C. meeting governor Henry McMaster hopes other sports follow the
Darlington Raceway revs up for NASCAR's return
"Later and this weekend NASCAR returning to South Carolina and starting tomorrow afternoon the Darlington Raceway will be hosting three races and four days but as CBS's Jacob Reynolds tells us there will be no fans in the stands this Sunday the son of motors and smell of burnt rubber will return to Darlington Raceway just without fans and NASCAR's first return to racing since the pandemic cults in sports the palmetto state right front wheel server testing ground for returning sports at Friday's accelerate S. C. meeting governor Henry McMaster hopes other sports follow the green flag we would what we love to be able to do that that's something that to do it with this group and others are dressing we've had some interest reflected and now we hope to be able to respond
South Carolina scrambles ahead of Dorian's storm surge
"Wire hurricane Dorian is closing in on the Carolina coast top sustained winds now one hundred ten miles per hour effects are already being felt in Georgia south and North Carolina South Carolina governor Henry McMaster if you are still in an evacuation zone you still have time to get out good time to get out is running now Charleston could see the highest combined high tide and storm surge since hurricane Hugo thirty years ago and that could touch off flooding one storm related death has already been reported in North
Bahamas health minister says death toll in the islands has risen to 20 from Dorian, more fatalities expected
"Wire hurricane Dorian is closing in on the Carolina coast top sustained winds now one hundred ten miles per hour effects are already being felt in Georgia south and North Carolina South Carolina governor Henry McMaster if you are still in an evacuation zone you still have time to get out the time to get out is running now Charleston could see the highest combined high tide and storm surge since hurricane Hugo thirty years ago and that could touch off flooding one storm related death has already been reported in North Carolina twenty people are known dead the death toll likely to rise in the Bahamas as search and rescue teams reach more the areas hit hard by hurricane Dorian Abaco island is the most badly damaged and there's also damage on grand Bahama prime minister Hubert Minnis says airports on both islands were damaged yeah as pilots not involved in the relief
Tracking the latest storm path for Hurricane Dorian
"More now on our top story on USA radio news states in the path of hurricane Dorian continuing to prepare USA radios Tim barber for South Carolina Republican governor Henry McMasters speaking about hurricane Dorian as it makes its way closer and closer towards his state the latest for Castro has South Carolina in the path of the very destructive and deadly stone if you are in one of the evacuation zones in the counties along the coast then in time believe there's is now make masters urging anyone within one of the eight counties in the evacuation zone along the coast to leave for USA radio news I'm
Record-setting Hurricane Dorian keeps pounding north Bahamas
"The bus home let's continue to be pounded by hurricane Dorian which tied the record for the most powerful Atlantic hurricane to come ashore there equaling the Labor Day hurricane of nineteen thirty five in terms of wind power millions of people along the US east coast are bracing for that powerful storm Tuesday hurricane Dorian's effects are expected to begin in Florida the issue is one the wind to the rain but this storm surge if this thing turns into S. hits right Florida we're gonna see significant storm surge the former governor of Florida now senator Rick Scott to the north in neighboring Georgia evacuations along coastal communities are expected to take place today northward into South Carolina the actuation lane reversals on US highway two seventy eight which leaves Hilton head island starting at noon again noon Monday September the suck South Carolina governor Henry McMaster I'm meteorologist John
Dorian strikes Bahamas with record fury as Category 5 storm
"The bus home let's continue to be pounded by hurricane Dorian which tied the record for the most powerful Atlantic hurricane to come ashore there equaling the Labor Day hurricane of nineteen thirty five in terms of wind power millions of people along the US east coast are bracing for that powerful storm Tuesday hurricane Dorian's effects are expected to begin in Florida the issue is one the wind to the rain but this storm surge is this thing turns into S. hits right at Florida we're gonna see significant storm surge the former governor of Florida now senator Rick Scott to the north in neighboring Georgia evacuations along coastal communities are expected to take place today northward into South Carolina the actuation lane reversals on US highway two seventy eight which leaves Hilton head island starting at noon again noon Monday September the suck South Carolina governor Henry McMaster I'm meteorologist John
S.C. can reject LGBTQ and Jewish foster parents, Trump admin says
"Federal government says taxpayer funded child welfare groups in South Carolina, Ken refuse services based on religious belief that announcement from the department of health and human services coming yesterday after governor Henry McMaster had sought exemptions for some groups from having to follow Obama era rules over non discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender and religion.
South Carolina city hopeful as flooding remains a threat
"Historic Georgetown, South Carolina may soon feel the lingering effects of hurricane Florence. Several rivers are expected to crest this weekend and thousands of people have been urged to flee their homes. Governor Henry McMaster says the flooding is far from over nearly two weeks after Florence hit the region, we've never had fluids like this as you know, where hurricane came straight into the state hours in North Carolina and didn't go through in about twelve hours like Hugo and others did but stayed for three days. We've never seen this much more famous telling flood victims in the Carolinas to be patient as events continue to unfold hurricane Florence dumped twenty inches of rain on some parts of the region nearly two weeks ago, claiming forty six lives and displacing thousands of people in three states.