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Library Book Returned After 50 Years With $20 Bill

Atlanta's Morning News

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Library Book Returned After 50 Years With $20 Bill

"At a Pennsylvania library 50 years later, the Plymouth Public Library says the copy of Burton Hobson's coins you can collect was returned recently through the mail with a $20 bill and an apology note. The letter said The book was checked out in 1971 by a young girl, but then she moved away. Not long after reporter Mark Mayfield says the note also requested that the $20 be used to help somebody else with their late fees. WSB news time 5

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"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Nikki said yesterday. One of the things that stuck out to me. And i i asked you to put a pin in. It was talking about your ability to evaluate and use data to understand what somebody's sort of mental status. Or what their psychology. What goes into their decision. Making let spend a little time talking about that. How do you figure out or i guess. What are the variables that you think about. When you're trying to understand what someone's decision making looks like so you can start from the very beginning which we also do in the beginning and we say if we had to sort of lay out every single reason every single psychological state every sort of internal process. That actually happens if we could some weird futuristic world which maybe we're not so far away from because you probably get there. We could look at them on a screen or on the table and say these are the ten. These are the twenty or whatever number it is that matter most in predicting some sort of important dot com that's the ideal sort of state we want now human behavior and the human mind in the human brain is infinitely complex. And although we've come a long way in the last one hundred years in particular the last twenty years since sort of neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience technology. There's so much to be done to get to a really great point where we have a great deal of accuracy so you start from that point and then the question for us is okay. What is that number is defined is. The two three is twenty-five we don't know. And we use very fancy statistical modeling things that's called factor analysis and other sort of more advanced modeling guesses relevant. Ai and machine learning and we basically prove or show with a degree of confidence that these are the number of things and this is what they are. Now go and collect data ankle zero. How strong they are with a group of individuals so the second that you said neuro science my pea brain got intimidated started blackout and not able to comprehend the various factors. So i understand. And i'll put this in layman terms. We could take pictures of the brain right now and we can get actual data to see what drives activity so we provide stimulation and understand what's happening in the brain and then start to use data from what stimulus is being driven to figure out some idea of decision making

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The Science Of Measuring Audience Engagement With Dr. Nick Hobson

MarTech Podcast

02:27 min | 11 months ago

The Science Of Measuring Audience Engagement With Dr. Nick Hobson

"Nikki said yesterday. One of the things that stuck out to me. And i i asked you to put a pin in. It was talking about your ability to evaluate and use data to understand what somebody's sort of mental status. Or what their psychology. What goes into their decision. Making let spend a little time talking about that. How do you figure out or i guess. What are the variables that you think about. When you're trying to understand what someone's decision making looks like so you can start from the very beginning which we also do in the beginning and we say if we had to sort of lay out every single reason every single psychological state every sort of internal process. That actually happens if we could some weird futuristic world which maybe we're not so far away from because you probably get there. We could look at them on a screen or on the table and say these are the ten. These are the twenty or whatever number it is that matter most in predicting some sort of important dot com that's the ideal sort of state we want now human behavior and the human mind in the human brain is infinitely complex. And although we've come a long way in the last one hundred years in particular the last twenty years since sort of neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience technology. There's so much to be done to get to a really great point where we have a great deal of accuracy so you start from that point and then the question for us is okay. What is that number is defined is. The two three is twenty-five we don't know. And we use very fancy statistical modeling things that's called factor analysis and other sort of more advanced modeling guesses relevant. Ai and machine learning and we basically prove or show with a degree of confidence that these are the number of things and this is what they are. Now go and collect data ankle zero. How strong they are with a group of individuals so the second that you said neuro science my pea brain got intimidated started blackout and not able to comprehend the various factors. So i understand. And i'll put this in layman terms. We could take pictures of the brain right now and we can get actual data to see what drives activity so we provide stimulation and understand what's happening in the brain and then start to use data from what stimulus is being driven to figure out some idea of decision making

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"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:19 min | 11 months ago

"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"This podcast is a proud member of the hub. Spot podcast network as the podcast industry. Continues to grow hub. Spot is looking to provide more value and educational materials by expanding its audio offering through partnerships with top business. Podcasts like the mar- tech podcast each podcast and the hub spot podcast network offers experience related to one field marketing sales service operations but together our podcast. Mika collections that covers the scope and mastery that every business needs to find success. The hub spot podcast network is the audio destination for business professionals who seek the best education and inspiration on how to grow business. Listen learn and grow with the hub spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs bias. We've seen a fifty five to sixty five percent. Open rain getting brands. Authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article is about twenty four thirty six hours for reaching out to the right person with the right message and it clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing to the mar tech podcast. A benji shabbir. Llc production in this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers. Say use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experience of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the now. Here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're going to talk about the science behind. Consumer behavior joining us. Is nick hobson. Who is the chief scientist at a motive technologies which is a data driven technology company. That measures engagement between consumers and brands backed by behavioral science emotive offers products including apex of brand management software that allows companies to understand what informs their consumers behavior through tangible metrics as well as providing other actual insights based on real information about their audiences desires yesterday. Nick i talked about what attitudes drive consumer behaviors and a little bit about whether stereotyping is something that is a reality or something that you should. I shouldn't do as a marketer and today we're gonna continue the conversation talking about the science of measuring audience engagement. This podcast is sponsored by hub spot. So why is it so important to have reporting as part of your company's crm. Well have you ever spent a day. Nip d in spreadsheets reconciling. Different data sources. Trying to figure out what's actually driving your business. 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Grow to seven maybe eight figures revenue. But how do you know that you're not leaving money on the table. While if you haven't fully optimized your website for conversions than the answer probably is that you are. That's why you need to join. Companies like clorox birthdays and click funnels and use conversion fanatics conversion fanatics runs thousands of marketing experiments. Every year for their clients to help them optimize their website conversion rates and they contest anything. Ab testing different website. Headlines called faq's what's the ideal number of fields for your intake forms. What's the difference between your mobile versus. Desktop designs and you see conversion fanatics uses those test results to create an optimized and customized plan for your company to help you get more customers. Scale your traffic faster and see more prophet and best of all conversion fanatics makes it easy for you. They've already optimized the crap out of hundreds of websites and they have an extensive test volt of proven winners to draw from. Plus they handle everything from idea and you ex design to development and execution and of course. They're co founder and president. Justin christianson was one of the first ever guests on the tech podcast. So they're friends of the program. All right brass tacks the biggest. Roi is always optimizing your own website. Make the most of the prospects that are already coming to you so get started today. With conversion fanatics good a conversion fanatics dot com to get a free audit where conversion optimization specialist will analyze your site and give you over a dozen conversion boosting ideas for free it's conversion fanatics dot com so get optimizing with conversion phonetics. All right. here's the second part of my conversation with dr. Nick hobson chief scientist at a motive technologies. Dr nick welcome back to the mark. Podcast thanks travel again. This is great. That was your chance to drop the. Hello everybody campus. Another simpsons joke for anybody who didn't listen to yesterday's episode but in that episode nick and i talked about what drives consumer behaviors and a lot of it is understanding the balance of the person that you're marketing to you. Know whether they are emotional or rational and everybody has a different blend of those two factors in their decision making process. And you end up not only focusing on whether you're looking for irrational irrational buyers but you're also thinking about what groups they live in two and so we start to group people by some of how they think about their identity and market to them based on those behaviors. Nikki said yesterday. One of the things that stuck out to me. And i i asked you to put a pin in. It was talking about your ability to evaluate and use data to understand what somebody's sort of mental status. Or what their psychology. What goes into their decision. Making let spend a little time talking about that. How do you figure out or i guess. What are the variables that you think about. When you're trying to understand what someone's decision making looks like so you can start from the very beginning which we also do in the beginning and we say if we had to sort of lay out every single reason every single psychological state every sort of internal process. That actually happens if we could some weird futuristic world which maybe we're not so far away from because you probably get there. We could look at them on a screen or on the table and say these are the ten. These are the twenty or whatever number it is that matter most in predicting some sort of important dot com that's the ideal sort of state we want now human behavior and the human mind in the human brain is infinitely complex. And although we've come a long way in the last one hundred years in particular the last twenty years since sort of neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience technology. There's so much to be done to get to a really great point where we have a great deal of accuracy so you start from that point and then the question for us is okay. What is that number is defined is. The two three is twenty-five we don't know. And we use very fancy statistical modeling things that's called factor analysis and other sort of more advanced modeling guesses relevant. Ai and machine learning and we basically prove or show with a degree of confidence that these are the number of things and this is what they are. Now go and collect data ankle zero. How strong.

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"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:01 min | 11 months ago

"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"I think that's a deeper conversation talking about how to evaluate what's happening in the consumer's mind and understanding the segmentation before we dig into that a little deeper. Are there any other aspects of human psychology that you think about when you're trying to figure out what drives consumer behavior other than while there's the spectrum. Rational versus irrational. I mean. there's a lot. But if i were to name one i would say one thing that we often don't think about a war we can at least think more of consumer behavior. Marketing context is identity and in particular social identity. So we as human care a great deal about who we are and either on concern unconscious level. We ask that about ourselves every single day so we can have our own personal identity. But you know. I am nick. Im male sentra but was more interesting as we also exist. What's called in within various social identities. So i am a friend. I'm a father i'm brother. I am if i belong to a particular religion. Or if i belong to a particular organization if you take that and you can apply to consumer context where. I am an avid fan of nike or adidas. It's one or the other. Consumer identity is a big deal and it drives a lot of our decisions often outside of our conscious awareness but we love the idea of becoming fans and loyal to a particular brand or business or product or service. So if you know that then you can optimize the process. You can include different psychological experiences in the customer journey to bring out that social identity of the individual in terms of how they engage with your brand and if you can do that successfully than is really difficult to break ties of social because it's so baked within our psychology last question. I have for you today when you think about that concept of being part of groups or assigning some sort of identity to self. It seems like that's risky. Because i can sit here and say okay. I am a white male. Forty years old father from the san francisco bay area that works and technology and that summarizes me relatively well in terms of how i think about myself and my identity. Now there's also the concept of the evil tech bro right or like the venture capitalist that everybody thinks about you know the gray patagonia with their vc logo and that is one group as opposed to the guys that are trying to like disrupt in democratize the entire world and those two groups have different behaviors. There's also the independent marketer slash podcast hosts who think about life very differently as well. I just think of the stereotype of the san francisco tech. Bro let's go out and drink some yeager bombs and codes of shit and make millions of dollars and stay up all night. And in the meantime i'm like the opposite of that where i just want to spend my time with my wife and kids and make enough money to be happy. Those are two for mindsets. How do you figure out what groups to pay attention to and what groups don't define where person had to figure out how deep to go in your segmentation or when you need to keep digging. That's a question that applies to any context where you're trying to understand the individual versus the group so in its most extreme we would want to understand analyzing segment to the individual right because every individual can be quantified based off the set of life. This is their values the personality that's not feasible is impossible to scale our automated so we have to sort of. Draw the line and say kay. This is where we stopped. This is the level down where we stop at that segmentation. So now the question is what is that level. How many buckets. How many categories how many groups it has to be a sort of a manageable feasible that is easily communicable with yourself into your colleagues into your clients. It has to be amenable to collecting data on those different groups. So what that means then. Is we have to stereotype in. Stereotyping is usually used a more nefarious contexts. Where it's like. It's prejudice or discrimination but taking that away stepping away from that for a second stereotyping is actually just a very sort of social cognitive heuristic. Quick rule of thumb that we have to look at a person and say okay. I'm gonna make sort of a quick judgement and say you look like you belong to this group and then you do that for every individual and actually love the times are. Stereotypes are pretty accurate. Now when they're not accurate is when we get into trouble with things like prejudice and discrimination. So i'm not saying we should stay on all the time but it is a very natural built in function so when we're doing segmentation ultimately an exercise in stereotyping days as close as accurate to the truth of those groups as much as also recognizing that there's always gonna be air variance. There's always going to be a lot of noise in the signal there but the end of the day you mentioned stereotyping is something. That's kind of a natural behavior. And i think it's really up to the marketers judgment to try to figure out where to draw the line in their segmentation. It is not just about understanding groups. But what the level of depth is i think of targeting for the mar tech podcast sponsorship outreach. We reach out to all the executives at martic tech companies random. We feel like that we can treat them relatively the same if they're in this industry. Now maybe there's another level of sophistication that we should be getting down to and breaking those companies down by size or breaking the contact that we're reaching out to based on job experience but it's up to our discretion to figure out that death and a lot of it has to do with what we feel like the consumer behavior is with the mindset is of those groups so that wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with dr. Nick hobson chief scientist at a motive technologies in part of this interview. Which will publish tomorrow. Nick and i are going to discuss the of measuring audience engagement. If you can't wait until our next episode. And you'd like to learn more about dr. Nick you can find a link to his linked in profile in our show notes. You can contact him on twitter. Handle is nick. M hobson and i c k m. h. o. b. s. o. n. or. You could visit his company's website apex score dot ai ap x. seo r. e. dot ai especial. Thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this podcast. If you're ready to align your team to a single source of truth to get a clear view of your business performance across marketing sales services the whole team hub. 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"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"hobson" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"So what a marketers need to know about the internal states of the mind. How should we think about what is happening inside. Someone's head that ends up leading to that outcome that we're trying to drive. So if you ignore the internal processes those internal states it's more or less a guessing game you can observe and see a behavior and then try and deduce y that behavioral kurd and then sort of up nizing. Think about what you need to do to get to that ideal outcome that ideal state. But if you don't know what actually drove. It motivated the individual to that action to that behavior. It's fifty fifty. It's a guessing game at that point. So you need to understand. Basically the attitudes the feelings and beliefs the emotions of the hot part of our cognition which is automatic and then the belief is irrational or the condon's elements of our psychology. How those two things work together to result in some sort of ideal outcome and then once you know what those are then. You can intervene at the right points. Then you can dial one emotion up turn another emotion down so that it gets you where you want to the enemy speak in such generic terms because it really depends on what you're doing you're working with who your end user is etc either they might feel generic to you but from somebody that doesn't work in the field. That's interesting to me. And what. I'm hearing as their sort of this irrational portion of the brain. That probably is doing a lot of the feeling and interpreting of signals and then there is the rational part of the brain which is taking all the data and figuring out what it should be doing. I'm sure i'm not using the right psychological terms but the lizard brain and the whatever the other non lizard brain is plus academic terms are junketing and loaner foolish it anyway so i like bringing it back down to realize you're exactly right. It's sort of this rough dysfunctional system. One system to for all the dating katamon fans and thinking fast and slow fans out there who are listening. And yeah it's a very helpful. Heuristic of how we think about humans human behavior including in consumer dave contexts where we make a behavior or we engage in a behavior. I should say. And that's probably in most instances driven by this very quick automatic emotion sort of gut level. Feeling impulse symbols instinct unconscious quick reflexive so most importantly it's outside of conscious

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What Attitudes Drive Consumer Behaviors With Dr. Nick Hobson

MarTech Podcast

02:20 min | 11 months ago

What Attitudes Drive Consumer Behaviors With Dr. Nick Hobson

"So what a marketers need to know about the internal states of the mind. How should we think about what is happening inside. Someone's head that ends up leading to that outcome that we're trying to drive. So if you ignore the internal processes those internal states it's more or less a guessing game you can observe and see a behavior and then try and deduce y that behavioral kurd and then sort of up nizing. Think about what you need to do to get to that ideal outcome that ideal state. But if you don't know what actually drove. It motivated the individual to that action to that behavior. It's fifty fifty. It's a guessing game at that point. So you need to understand. Basically the attitudes the feelings and beliefs the emotions of the hot part of our cognition which is automatic and then the belief is irrational or the condon's elements of our psychology. How those two things work together to result in some sort of ideal outcome and then once you know what those are then. You can intervene at the right points. Then you can dial one emotion up turn another emotion down so that it gets you where you want to the enemy speak in such generic terms because it really depends on what you're doing you're working with who your end user is etc either they might feel generic to you but from somebody that doesn't work in the field. That's interesting to me. And what. I'm hearing as their sort of this irrational portion of the brain. That probably is doing a lot of the feeling and interpreting of signals and then there is the rational part of the brain which is taking all the data and figuring out what it should be doing. I'm sure i'm not using the right psychological terms but the lizard brain and the whatever the other non lizard brain is plus academic terms are junketing and loaner foolish it anyway so i like bringing it back down to realize you're exactly right. It's sort of this rough dysfunctional system. One system to for all the dating katamon fans and thinking fast and slow fans out there who are listening. And yeah it's a very helpful. Heuristic of how we think about humans human behavior including in consumer dave contexts where we make a behavior or we engage in a behavior. I should say. And that's probably in most instances driven by this very quick automatic emotion sort of gut level. Feeling impulse symbols instinct unconscious quick reflexive so most importantly it's outside of conscious

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"hobson" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"hobson" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"Welcome back to taken for granted and more of my conversation with mellody hobson. Let's talk about then when somebody recognizes the weakness like that and says. I need to be more considerate but then doesn't make the change. You've said that some people don't change until they're in pain. what set about. I learned that from nancy. Parrots men at At allen and company she was on the board of princeton with me and she said her mother was a psychologist and her mother said that to our people. Don't change unless they're in pain and it just stuck with me. I thought about the times that i had been in pain that i had changed. And it's unfortunate that that's what does it to you. You see that in smokers who smoking after getting cancer run ins with the law. Whatever it might be plenty of examples of that were changed comes from feelings of great fear or pain. The pandemic is a perfect example of that. We had to pit in a major major way and you saw companies really not just survived but thrived. We asked a lot of people in this pandemic in terms of change and modifying behavior and it was something that i know didn't come easy for certain people but the adoption was necessary. So this was People change when they're in pain. Yeah i think one of the reasons. People don't adapt is they're holding onto the past. And i know george has some advice for you and others on that about what jet is doing. Don't do get is don't hold on. That is a very important concept that george had to teach me in a very sad moment where it lost the individual that worked at the firm and i was just so sad and it was a young woman who had gone on to start her own business and she was a superstar so great. I poured my heart into our and i thought she'd be running area out one day when she left. I literally i was like choking back tears. And george looked at me and he said i don't hold on. That's why they have no attachments. And your master and it was like within a minute. I process that and then i thought of staying and that silent if you love someone new set them free and i was like i have to set her free and it was really one of the most profound concepts for me that you can't hold onto people you.

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Leadership Amid Chaos

Squawk Pod

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Leadership Amid Chaos

"In the wake of wednesday's violent breach of the us capital business leaders have spoken out. Condemning the rioters effort to disrupt american democracy. Some of those leaders like famed activist investor. Nelson confessed that his support for president. Donald trump is a mistake. What happened yesterday is a disgrace than i as an american. I'm embarrassed you know. I didn't vote for trump in sixteen. I voted for him in this past election november. Today i'm on sorry. I did that. The national association of manufacturers a trade group that has been supportive of the president's economic agenda went out in front wednesday calling vice president pence invoke the twenty fifth amendment and begin proceedings to remove donald trump from office and keep him from ever running again over the last four years and this last year of two thousand twenty in particular business leaders have weighed in on politics again and again corporations and our public spheres are intertwined like never before. We've seen the very richest of americans billionaires express preference for candidates. Investors like stephen ross. Peter thiel and new york real estate developer. Richard lefrak have all unapologetically supported. President trump over the years pailin tear. Ceo alex carb famously aligned himself with the trump administration in the company's preliminary ipo filing august of twenty twenty. He called out fellow silicon valley giants for being unpatriotic. His company has contracts with the pentagon an ice but this week speaking to the washington post carp struck a different political tone. There's certain monica of adult leadership necessary to run a significant organization of any kind whether it's a university newspaper a church synagogue or mosque this this is below that line and we shouldn't tolerate in some ways. Donald trump may have helped bring these people deeper into the political sphere. These business leaders one's who've praised him and ones like apple's tim cook who quietly worked with him have proved crucial to the president's efforts and successes in office from woohoo market tweets to corporate tax cuts to president trump's unorthodox involvement in corporate dealmaking. We're looking at you tiktok so all this means what ceos have to say matters

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Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

All In with Chris Hayes

06:09 min | 1 year ago

Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

"Looked for a time earlier today. Like things could get ugly in michigan. The state closed its house and senate office buildings over what they said were credible threats of violence during today's electoral college meeting and then republican state representative gary isan suggested he and other republicans would disrupt the electoral college vote. He also predicted there. Would be violence prompting this. Can you assure me that this is going to be a safe day in in lansing. Nobody's gonna get hurt no. I don't know what we're doing. Today is chartered. Here's it been done after. Gary isan made those comments michigan. Republican legislative leaders pulled him from his committee assignments. Meanwhile the scene in lansing was thankfully ultimately cau- just a dozen or so pro-trump protesters showing up outside the capitol a chilly day and when he grow group of republican electors tried to enter that building michigan state. Police turn them away. Half of those call was much an often from holding or ignore taking part of your process. Anybody else thank ben check in inside the democratic electors about the people's business where they elected joe biden. Starting barnes. has the tally been completed. Yes lieutenant governor. The elected unanimously cast. Sixteen votes for joseph r biden. I'm joined now by michigan's democratic secretary of state johnson benson earlier. This month had her home surrounded by angry trump supporters. Some of them harmed who falsely accused her of allowing the election to be stolen. But start secretary of state with your your top line on. Today i was. I was a bit worried when i saw the news about closing the house and the senate but it seemed like things went smoothly. How do you feel went today. I think it was a great day for democracy. Chris was really a reflection of all the work that went into this election to ensure that we were able to have a high turnout election In the midst of the pandemic all the work that's happened. Since the polls closed on november third to ensure the votes were counted accurately it securely and really this was the the end result of a long and winding road that every step of the way we work to make sure that the voters well was heard and democracy was protected. We have seen now. Obviously there were arrests of a number of individuals who have been charged with allegedly plotting the kidnapping or execution of the democratic governor. Gretchen whitmer You had people outside of your house Some of them armed a protesting. There were concerned today in arizona. As i understand it where the leading of the electors was moved to an undisclosed location. What does it do to democratic governance and democracy when this sort of threat of violence hangs over the activities of folks. What you know. I started my career in the south investigating and hate crimes all around the country and was really instilled there with the strong sense in an acute awareness of just how much oftentimes does have to be preserved in the potential for violence that that could engender to ensure that democracy does prevail. And so that's never been lost on me and many of us including my friends secretary hobson in arizona. And it's something that we're actually acutely aware rows and willing to with to endure in order to ensure that our democracy is protected. A lot of people have said to me this year. Did you really sign up for this and my response is absolutely. I absolutely signed up to put everything on the line to protect the will of the people to protect our democracy. None of us of course predicted all of the turns of events that have occurred since the polls closed But that said we're ready and will continue to be ready. We'll continue to stay safe to ensure that our democracy and turn is also safe. Something i've seen a in many states across the nation in reaction is a real circular logic from republicans in which after touting or tolerating or even endorsing these blue to chris conspiracy theories now pointing and saying well people. Are you know. There's a lot of concern and using that as a predicate for restrictions on voting. Well we're gonna have to shutdown mail in voting. Well we're gonna have to take another look at this. Well we're gonna have to do voter. Id and signature matching all these things. How much you seen that michigan. Do you think there's going to be a battle now about ballot access. The uses these conspiracies as a kind of weaponized tool. Yeah sure it again. That's also what we've seen. Throughout the history of our democracy people create a fire and then create an idea of what needs to put that fire out and often times. Election administrators are stuck in the middle and that voters are are stuck in the middle. When i believe needs to happen is we need to one come together and actually listen to each other and try to heal this. Divide right now but to do so. On the basis of facts and data and truth we all have to be working from the same set of facts here. Facts and truth have actually been unequivocal undeniable throughout this entire process. We had a high turnout election michigan. Five point five million people voted in the midst of the pandemic. It was secure. The results were accurate. So we can start from there. We can find ways to improve the process moving forward making data driven decisions but we also have to do is acknowledge the impact of the conspiracy theories in false information that has been spread by many actors throughout this process and correct that before trying to solve for any potential issues. Moving forward right michigan secretary of state jocelyn benson. Thank you so much for being with me.

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Washington Football Team paid out a confidential settlement in 2009, but owner Daniel Snyder fights to keep the agreement sealed

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Football Team paid out a confidential settlement in 2009, but owner Daniel Snyder fights to keep the agreement sealed

"The the Washington Washington football football teams. teams. Workplace Workplace sexual sexual harassment harassment scandal scandal and and investigation investigation has revealed a decades old confidential settlement. An emergency motion regarding that private settlement was filed Monday and Says team owner Dan Snyder plans to step in to keep some details from going public. Washington Post Sports Reporter Will, Hobson says NFL attorney Beth Wilkinson is overseeing the current allegations, which brought the settlement from years ago to light she hasn't making about it. And she's investigating allegations of sexual harassment women So we can surmise it's a settlement involving something involving a woman potentially allegation of his treatment. At one point, the team's former attorney sued Wilkinson to prevent her from sharing certain details about that said. Moment, but his request was denied. Now the fight is over what should become public. As for the ongoing case, it's expected to wrap up in the next few months. Melissa Howell w T o p News Pentagon

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Trump says he's going back to the White House tonight

The Takeaway

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says he's going back to the White House tonight

"Physician, giving an update at Walter Reed Medical Center. Hey would not say when the president's last negative Covad test was, he would not say what the president's chest X rays looked like. But he did confirm that the president is going to be leaving Walter Reed. And going back to the White House tonight after many days in the hospital. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is special coverage from NPR news. And I'm

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AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial paused after 'potentially unexplained' adverse reaction in participant

Here & Now

05:17 min | 1 year ago

AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial paused after 'potentially unexplained' adverse reaction in participant

"Hobson. I'm rather young. It's here and now and let's start the hour with the news that the drugmaker AstraZeneca, which is in partnership with the University of Oxford in England. Has put its cove in 19 vaccine, one of nine potential vaccines in a face retrial on pause after discovering that a trial participants in the UK had a serious adverse reaction. Adam Feuerstein is covering this for partners that stat. The health and medicine publication and Adam Hearing that a Koven 19 vaccine study has been put on hold is concerning, but you say This also means the system is working. Yeah, Obviously, these vaccines that are being developed recovered 19 are being very closely followed. This is probably not the news that people wanted to hear. But I think you're right. Robin in that, you know, clinical trials are set up to not only determined the efficacy of the vaccine but also did determine its safety. And in this case, you know you want a clinical trial to be able to Pick up an adverse event, a safety issue if one exists, and and all of the company's behind these potential vaccines, has signed a statement saying that they will not release anything under any pressure before they think it's completely safe. So this is in fact kind of underscoring that perhaps But in a statement, NPR, the company said the next step will be to determine if the illness is related to the vaccine or just a chance event. How did they do that? What do we know? So far? All right, As you can imagine, the participants in these clinical trials are closely monitored. You know, the ultimate goal of acting clinical trial is to determine whether the vaccine can protect people from infection. From Cove in 19. So you monitor these patients, and so when an adverse event comes up, you know some sort of side effect that is unexplained. That will be communicated to the people who are monitoring the safety of the clinical trial. And then depending on the severity of the seriousness of that of that side effect, you know, certain steps will be taken now in this case. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford have paused their clinical trials. So what that tells you is that this was a serious adverse event. I mean, if a patient just like, for instance, if a patient has reported a mild headache, That wouldn't stop a clinical trial. Well, even if it's more than that we mentioned before we have a colleague whose husband is in the fight, sir. Trial he got very, very alien vertical couldn't sit up. He was nauseous, Terrible headache. And it didn't have a fever, and it was not of concern. In other words, it was one of the reactions that was expected to a vaccination. So this must have been A serious reaction. But when you say pause the trial we know that thousands have already had their two doses of the vaccine. When you say pause. What does that mean? Stopping new enrollments? What does that mean? Well, what what That means, And it's not entirely clear. But based on our reporting what it means is that particularly the US based clinical trial, and that's a trial that AstraZeneca Just recently started at the end of August that patients who have been who've been enrolled in that study or scheduled to receive their first vaccinations have been told had basically been put on hold. They've been told to, you know, call later, we will reschedule your appointment. So at this point, no one is getting vaccinations until They determine, you know the cause that the patient who who experiences adverse event was in the UK, so presumably was in the UK based study, and that's a study that's further along then the one that was in the U. S, which recent would just only just started well, and we know it was going well in the UK because the Lancet reported in July that there'd been no adverse Effects there. But now that there is this pause, what does it mean for other companies? Trials? We know AstraZeneca ultimately hopes to do the same thing. The other drugmakers hope to do, which is encouraged the body to produce antibodies to fight off Cove in 19. But they have different delivery systems you know, into the body the way they're, you know, asking, sells Teo to do that. So what is the fact that AstraZeneca has paused mean for the other companies? Trials? Just remember that they're different vaccines using different technologies, right, So not all the vaccines are going to have sort of the same side effect profile, And that's one of the reasons why these clinical trials are important. Because we will sort of get a sense of what the side effects are for each individual vaccine. So what this means for the other drugmakers? I think it's just a reminder that you know, safety is just as important as the efficacy of these vaccines, particularly when you consider that potentially they're going to be given to millions and millions of people. And it's the reason why The drug makers are running these really large clinical trials, right? We're talking about tens of thousands of participants because when you do clinical trials of that size, that's when you are a better able to suss out the safety of these vaccines. If there is some very rare side effect that occurs, you know, it's very difficult to find that potentially if you on ly have let's say a dozen or maybe even 100. Participants. But when you have tens of thousands of people, that's where you are better able to identify a potential risks. And Feuerstein, senior writer it stat. The health and medicine publication Adam, Thanks so much. They should have me, Robin. The photos out of the San

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"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Big impact is sponsored by Hobson Media Enterprises. The following is a presentation of hops and media. We've all seen it the footage on the evening news of people just screaming at each other. The victory all the rage, the anger the hate. And have you wonder what would happen how different the picture would be if people of faith would inject the hope they claim to have into a culture that is so desperately searching for hope? I remember growing up in my parentshouse anytime we didn't know where they said, Go get the dictionary. And so the word upset literally means toe overturned if the first or second definition as soon as you Ah, look at the words not make somebody angry. Take somebody off. It's literally to turn something over our guest today. On the big impact is Pastor and author Tim Ross and his encouragement to upset the world is straight ahead here on the big impact. This is the big impact featuring conversations with inspiring motivational, creative, innovative and just plain interesting people from all walks of life. Here's Bill Hobson. Hello And welcome into the big impact. I'm Bill Hobson. Thank you So much for listening, subscribing, downloading and sharing the link to this programme with others in your world that you think would benefit from positive, inspiring, uplifting conversations. We have one of those for you today, by the way, and it's especially pertinent, given the amount of vitriol and rage and anger that we're seeing on display in the nightly news reports with people just screaming at each other, just being in each other's faces. And this desperate search for answers for something reliable for something stable for some form of hope. Seems to have driven an awful lot of people to a place that boy they just don't need to be. Our guest today is Pastor and author Tim Ross, and his new book is called Upset the World. And it's a call to people of faith. To inject their faith into the culture. I can't wait to share our conversation with you. Hopefully, you'll be so inspired that you'll want to support this program by making a one time gift or perhaps a monthly gift. By going to our patri on page and whatever amount you feel led to donate. That's what you would give. You will find a link to the Big Impact Insiders Club. Both in the podcast notes. For those of you listening in podcast form and on our website.

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jeremy Hobson is here and now the White House is warning that code nineteen could get worse in the U. S. in the months ahead here's what has traded visor Peter Navarro speaking on CNN we are filling the stockpile in anticipation of a possible problem in the fall we're doing everything we can beneath the surface working as hard as we possibly can meanwhile nearly half of all states are currently seeing increases in cases several states had record increases over the weekend including Florida and Texas so far about a hundred and twenty thousand people in the US have died Mercedes Carthon as an epidemiologist and vice chair of the department of preventive medicine at Northwestern University she joins us now thanks for being here thank you very much what I know it's difficult to make sense of a lot of what's going on because a lot of data coming in in a lot we don't know but from what you can see give us the big picture here what what are you seeing in terms of the spread of new cases and do you think that the spikes we're seeing are a result of businesses in public spaces re opening yes you know what the trends that we're seeing right now are what we anticipated would happen as we return to circulating in society the reason we closed down in March was really to prevent the rapid increase in cases that we have seen ever since Kobe hit our shores and what we're seeing now is that instead of the slow burn that we've had for months those states that have opened up and who have been open for the longest period of time are seeing increases in the number of cases and unfortunately these patterns do follow what happened over in Asia and in Europe when states began their re opening plan are you encouraged by the fact that many of the people who are getting sick now are younger and we know that younger people in general don't die from covered nineteen it near the rate of people let's say over sixty or over seventy well I'm never encouraged to hear that more people are becoming infected however I will certainly agree with the point that the likelihood that the outcomes will be good certainly higher than when medically fragile or older adults contract disease there are two reasons why we're seeing increases in the prevalence of young people contracting disease the first reason is simply that young people are now eligible for testing and so from that perspective we are able to identify and actually count those young adults the second reason that we see an increase in young people being diagnosed is that because younger adults or those who are quite often in the work force providing not only essential roles but also staffing many different types of businesses those individuals are out in the population more thus increasing their likelihood of contracting co that when it comes to the issue of testing as usual we're getting mixed messages from the White House about this Peter Navarro said that the White House is preparing for trouble in the fall president trump said at a rally that he actually wanted less testing here he was in Tulsa over the weekend when you do testing to that extent you can find more people.

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Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

This Day in History Class

03:49 min | 2 years ago

Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jeremy Hobson coming up we'll talk about the protest movement with the highest ranking African American in Congress Jim Clyburn who says people should stop saying de fund the police when you start two people and you've got a problem we'll see what we mean and then me and what we say also we debunk a rumor about adults and masks for children under two should not be made to wear them we become hypoxic and hyper card that means low oxygen in the blood and hyper card the endings high carbon dioxide levels of toxic and travel may be at a standstill but not for the coop scientists tracked their seventy five hundred mile migration coming up the news is first live from NPR news I'm Lakshmi saying president trump has signed an executive order calling for changes in policing nationwide following weeks of civil rights protests he says the order calls for greater transparency and tracks officers with the history of abusive behavior in the field many believe that proper training might have prevented the tragic deaths of Antoine rose and balsam he John as part of this new credentialing process show calls will be banned except if an officer's life is at risk but civil rights advocates say trump's order doesn't go far enough they're demanding sweeping overhaul of police departments that many argue are steeped in systemic racial bias that has led to far greater use of excessive force in black and brown communities than predominantly white communities meanwhile the GOP led Senate Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing today on policing reform since George Floyd's death the Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and peers cloudy Getty Seles reports civil rights activists and police chiefs are scheduled to testify in all the committee will hear from nearly a dozen witnesses the hearing comes ahead of Senate Republican plans to unveil legislation addressing the policing system Tim Scott the lone black GOP Republican in the Senate is leading a group crafting a law enforcement reform bill the legislation does not include outright bans the focus is on training and reporting requirements to address choke holds no knock warrants and cops with misconduct records house Democrats say they're preparing proposal which includes several outright bans of chokeholds another practices for a vote later this month citing the silence NPR news Washington the commerce department says retail sales soared in may compared to April jumping seventeen point seven percent that's due to states and cities re opening businesses and piers Alina Selyukh reports it's one mark in what's expected to be a long economic recovery the big upswing in may follows a historic collapse that retail sales sign March and in April when spending nosedived in people avoided outings for food and shopping especially for clothes and furniture in may those categories so huge boost as more stores reopened people got their tax refunds and coronavirus financial assistance and we're eager to go outside with optimism that the worst of the pandemic was over but it's important to note that sales are still down more than six percent from a year earlier people are still spending much less than a year ago on clothing and electronics at gas stations restaurants and department stores one of the exceptions as online shopping which has continues to grow Alina Selyukh NPR news the Dow is up more than two percent since the open this is NPR news bye from KQED news on Paul land court federal officials announced last hour than an Air Force sergeant who allegedly shot and killed a Santa Cruz sheriff's deputy also killed a federal law enforcement officer in Oakland weeks earlier Stephen curry has been jailed in the ambush killing of Santa Cruz sheriff's sergeant Damon guts Wyler and the wounding of four other officers he was charged today in the shooting death of security officer Dave Underwood outside the federal courthouse in Oakland during a protest that took place in late may the F. B. I. says a second suspect has been arrested on allegations he helped Correo the California legislature has passed a state budget but that does not mean the spending discussion is over KQ weedy politics reporter Katie Orr explains state lawmakers have met their constitutionally required responsibility of passing a balanced budget by June fifteenth but Senate leader Toni Atkins acknowledge the legislature is still negotiating with governor Gavin Newsom over exactly how to close a projected fifty four billion dollar budget deficit brought on by the covert nineteen pandemic just as we didn't agree with every detail of the governor's proposal he has not yet agreed to every detail of the budget the legislature is passing today Newsom's proposal includes fourteen billion dollars in cuts that would take effect next month unless the state gets more money from the federal government the legislature is proposing similar cuts but would give national lawmakers more time in Sacramento I'm Katie or KQED news there's more at KQED news dot org I'm Paul Lang court.

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"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Big impact is sponsored by Hobson media enterprises the following is a presentation of Hopsin media will who among all of the acts of kindness and personal service that you have seen on display throughout this covert nineteen pandemic I am so excited to introduce you today to a ministry in southwest Michigan that recently did something for seven hundred families that it had never done at all and so we had four different bus drivers from two different school districts Harman take root for eighty families and they finished delivering that owns a home in their own personal vehicles not school buses this is their own mini vans and sometimes game forty minutes one way lower down last name back loaded down again they finished eleven thirty at night hi how eight PM and that is yeah bus drivers on their own time care about their students and no because they see their homes what it's like when they need it and it was it's powerful today on the big impact we bring you a picture of ministry in action at a place called crossroads this is the big impact featuring conversations with inspiring motivational creative innovative and just plain interesting people from all walks of life here's bill Hobbs hello and welcome into the big impact I'm bill Hobson thank you so much for listening for those of you who are with us via podcast thank you for subscribing so that every single week you'll automatically receive our newest episodes our featured story today and our guests are guaranteed to inspire and encourage you during this covert nineteen pandemic error work seems like all the news coming our way is the exact opposite of inspiring in so I know without a doubt you are going to love hearing from don and Doug Rutledge of crossroads farm as they encourage your heart with something that happened with their ministry that's never happened before really cool stuff before we get into that please take a moment and share the link to the big impact with someone else and for those of you listening to us on the radio I hope you'll tell someone else that you heard a really encouraging and inspiring show because these days I think the conversations we're having here are needed everywhere we would love to have your support has a big impact insider with either a one time donation or perhaps you're inspired to make a monthly commitment and all the information for both of those options.

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"WBUR I'm Jeremy Hobson as the economic fallout from covered nineteen continues to worsen many countries are extending their financial support for workers in industries in the UK for example the chancellor said today that the government will continue to pay for a lot of workers salaries up to eighty percent through October here in the US for still waiting to find out if more government support is coming and if so what it will look like but the politics are not turning out to be all that predictable the St Louis public radio's Jason Rosenbaum reports Missouri senator Josh Hawley a conservative Republican has a plan that would dramatically increase the federal government's role in solving the employment crisis here's how Holly's plan would work companies affected by Kobe nineteen could have the federal government cover a big chunk of employees income which Holly says could be up to fifty thousand dollars per employee Holly says the idea which many European countries are using to deal with the economic fallout from covet nineteen deliver certainty for employees and employers people are getting stir crazy to want to go back to work but they're also willing to do their part to break the back of this health epidemic people being able to say you know what even if I am told I cannot physically go to work I mean it like that but if I know I'm gonna have my job did you know that makes a little difference while not as generous Holly's plan is in line with what a number of Democrats have also proposed it's not the first time that Holly who was elected to the Senate in twenty eighteen on a socially conservative platform has broken ranks with the GOP on economic policy for example the former Missouri Attorney General has also set his sights on YouTube Facebook and Twitter saying the tech companies are too big and powerful I'm all for the free market but the free market depends on free and fair competition and my worry is that that is not what we have now that we have these companies that have grown so huge that they're exerting monopoly power market concentration that policy agenda doesn't always resonate with conservative activists like Carl beard and he's the head of the group United for Missouri patients would bring the price up some good issues but governments the solution people really trust question but for others Holly's reframing of economic issues could be the start of a new kind of populism for Republicans Jennifer was a Missouri born political consultant who helps run senator Ted Cruz's presidential campaign to make an impact in the world's most deliberative body you've got to have a little gumption and and be a little rambunctious row also says that while some of Holly's proposals may not sit well with corporate CIOS they do resonate with a big slice of the GOP base he certainly is stirring debate from his kind of trust busting mentality that he has towards big business that is a part of the Republican electorate that is active is energized whether Holly's ideas including his jobs proposal will make it far is an open question Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other prominent Republicans have balked at the idea of expensive new initiatives in the next phase of coronavirus legislation Holly is unfazed we're not gonna have an economy to open up if nobody has jobs my own view is as we shift towards recovery is moving towards economic recovery our focus needs to be on jobs Holly added that the best case for ambitious proposals could be the tens of millions of people out of work many of whom are looking for Congress to act for NPR news I'm Jason Rosenbaum St Louis and you're listening to here and now you can't do many kinds of coronavirus tests without a simple Swami swans are not part of the federal stockpile of medical supplies and months ago Washington's governor urged the president to use his power to produce more and he did not agree with that assessment and we lost weeks frankly now the White House is playing catch up is it too late on the next morning edition from NPR news find out tomorrow morning edition KQ weedy news three AM.

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Greece extends lockdown measure by week to May 4

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Greece extends lockdown measure by week to May 4

"Some students in younger house in a small town in the eastern German state of Saxony Anhalt returned for the first time after the break in line with the country's strict social distancing guidelines a school principal in vendor Hobson said a five feet distance rule is being imposed an entry and exit doors have special looks to ensure social distancing schools will be opening gradually depending on individual states German chancellor Angela Merkel says that she understands the urge to relax restrictions as soon as possible but criticized some states will move into quickly I'm sorry I shockingly

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"hobson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm Jeremy Hobson the corona viruses forced many people to work from home but will they ever go back even when it's safe to do so proving our capabilities and working remotely and the attitude is changing so absolutely I think there's no turning back now you're gonna see major changes moving forward that and the latest news on corona virus next time on here and you're in now Wednesday morning at ten on ninety point three K. AZ you this is one day I'm Sasha Ann Simons in Washington it happened via tweet president trump says he'll sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States he cited quote the attack from the invisible enemy as well as the need to protect the jobs of our great American citizens president trump offered no clear plan about how this band might be enforced that's where we want to start today later we have a different immigration story to share when we talk to author and one time stand up comedian so pan deb but first let's bring in how mad early Izzy's who covers immigration for buzzfeed news Ahmed welcome to one day thank you for having me of course tell us what does this tweet actually mean you know just because the president tweeted this last night as anyone just going to spring into action I'm mad or you know what have you been hearing about how this might actually be enforced I mean it is just it just like we say we have no idea any details on how the US would enforce such a such a ban you know it's important to know that the immigration system as a whole has already slowed down quite a bit during the pandemic including entry bans for many current countries including parts of Europe refugee admissions are being suspended visa processing and interviews at embassies and consulates across the world being canceled U. S. C. I. S. the the agency that provides immigration benefits has actually had its office is closed to the public for several weeks and then on Monday the administration extended an order by the NCDC that bans the entry of those who crossed into the country without authorization which is actively participate on the southern border so a lot has already happened you know if the administration targets and blocks the admission of new green cards that would be a big change in policy and would certainly reshape who was allowed to stay in the country indefinitely but at this point but we just have no details Eric writes to us on Facebook Eric says this is just red meat for trump's followers visa applications are already suspended and the borders are already closed this is absolutely meaningless also how many in your story last night you wrote that in order the trump administration extended on Monday quote effectively bars asylum at the southern border and has led to U. S. officials quickly deporting immigrant children apprehended alone so is this an indicator that the trump administration has already barred most forms of an immigration I know you just mentioned about the slow downs but really trying to just get to the root of what is so different about last night's tweet well again I mean we we we we are waiting and this is just such a part of the yeah the trump administration this experience yeah this is this is a president who tweeted last summer about a the ice operation targeting families that was unknown to the public that because a lot of panic this is this is really par for the course and you know springing on a big policy changes through tweets without any details now we obviously like I said there's a lot of changes to the immigration system during the pandemic and even before that but if they work to targets green cards for family members or employment based immigration these are areas where immigration restrictions have calls for the administration to take more action and if the order were to include you know your blocks on these these areas of the system I think it would be definitely a big change and and certainly a big deal but we still now and just so it's clear you know what was the process like for immigrating to the U. S. during this crisis it wasn't really possible I mean again I mean it's been really difficult because the either the the embassies and consulates have basically suspended all normal visa services and the embassies and consulates and air travel obviously is slow down so yeah the system as a whole is really come to a halt is this a way for the trump administration to just blame some really restrictive policies on the pandemic this is really been immigration is been the focus of the the president since the day he announced he was running for president swords are in the office so this is this is something immigration this topic is something the president turns to time and time again to to rally his base to you know show that he's coming you know accomplishing the things that he promised during his campaign so it's no surprise that he would turn to this right now during a pandemic when there's a lot of criticism about how his administration handled this issue want to get your response time add to this email from ray ray rights limiting the number of people in the U. S. as a sensible move keep in mind that we do not have enough certified testing kits to manage the virus among our own populace the logistics of testing and quarantining people would burden our current resources what's your response to that well you know that's certainly one perspectives you know that the country another perspective perhaps of being in the country relies on immigrant workers you know to answer your dinner the shields are providing the food supply that we all rely on and there are you know many immigrant medical professionals providing you know much needed care in hospitals so you know there's there's definitely many many sides in this issue but something better is just the the impact of immigrants to the country as far as not being the at the medical system and the other three processing system all right let's move on we want to talk also about conditions for current detainees inside ice detention facilities first can you just tell us does this order have any implications for them for detainees no not at this point it doesn't seem like anything is targeting ice detainees arise operations within the country as of now there are at least one hundred reported cases of covert nineteen inside these facilities some reporting suggests that number could be higher to combat the effects of the pandemic ice has released nearly seven hundred detainees who they designate as vulnerable the population inside these detention centers is now the lowest it has been during the trump administration so how may just give us some more of your inside knowledge here what have you been hearing from your sources about the conditions inside of these detention facilities for it not just the detainees but also for the employees sure so you know actually the number of detainees have tested positive at this point has jumped to two hundred and twenty there have been outbreaks in disabilities and buffalo New York as well as parts of Texas and California the situation inside detention centers from the beginning of this pandemic it really has been incredibly tense detainees are panicking they're worried they they are able to watch the news they're able to see what's going on in the outside world and they understand that social distancing really isn't an option within these facilities so there's been hunger strikes protests and you know allegations of a lack of soap or hand sanitizer you know that the facility is not being cleans yeah this is a really really tense within these facilities I mean any even before the covert nineteen outbreak you've done reporting on the medical care that's available for detainees you know to begin with can you tell us about the level of care that sick people are actually able to get when they're inside a detention facility right well you know I use the important thing to note here is that ice relies on a private prison companies and county jails to hold most of its detainees most of the thirty two thousand Warren in ice custody so you know to that end it also relies on you know a private or public contractors to provide medical care I just the ice overseas some of this care and provided directly in some cases but there's already been a lot of criticism about that the care that's been provided before this pandemic in December we reported on a DHS memo that documented a whistleblower's claims that detainees had been given incorrect medication suffered delays in treating withdrawal symptoms and one man who was allowed to become so mentally unstable he lacerated his own **** and required surgery yeah it and then in March we reported on a separate memo from two thousand nineteen outlining issues with the detention center in New Mexico the details how immigrants were exposed to poor sanitation and quarantine cracks that practices during a chicken pox and mumps outbreak in that you know it the DHS investigators who was at this facility start immigrants in one unit that they were not up to the unit was not appropriately cleaned and sanitized actually contributing to the spread of infectious diseases doesn't sound like the two equipped to handle a large outbreak of covert nineteen I'm just wondering how met and thinking of what you just revealed to us you what in the world is stopping ice from just letting most people inside these facilities go if there's a danger of an outbreak right well you know from ISIS perspectives you know they cite the fact that you know there are people in custody who have criminal records they deem them to be public safety threats they deem them to be flight risks to you know is Lloyd immigration authorities but but advocates really saying that there needs to be way more done to prevent indeed these outbreaks to to release people released more people with underlying medical conditions people over fifty really trying to pare down this detention system so that you know people are states of course we'll have to wait and see not much context given to us with that tweet last night you know live your rights to us as well she says the virus is here I don't know what he thinks this is going to accomplish in reference to president trump a mentally Izzy's covers immigration for buzzfeed news Ahmed thanks so much for joining us thank you for having me coming up New York times reporter and author sopan deb spent much of his life at a distance from his parents that all changed with a few fateful stand up sets and a trip to India and Sasha and Simons you're listening to one day from W. A. M. U. and NPR the following is a test of ninety point three key easy use emergency alert system equipment.

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"R. I'm Jeremy Hobson the twenty twenty census begins tomorrow in remote sections of Alaska the rest of the country will start submitting census forms in mid March but the census ad campaign is already well under way with TV spots like this one that shows a series of children talking about counting got cancelled the twenty twenty cents isn't complicated and April first maybe every Friday night media analyst John Carroll joins us now with more on this hi John Hey German so this ad campaign has three distinct phases how does a breakout according to a census bureau press release this first phase is the education and awareness there's a run through mid March then there is that what they call the motivation slash participation participation phase which is trying to get people to actually answer the questionnaire either by online by phone by mail and then finally there is the follow up non response phase where they which will coincide with census takers going out door to door to try to get households to respond to haven't already at the campaign is estimated to cost between two hundred and two hundred fifty million dollars which is comparable to the ad budget back in twenty ten the last time they did the senses but there are significant differences in other areas right phone for one thing the allocation of money has shifted in twenty ten eight percent of the budget went to digital ads this time around it's thirty percent consequently TV has been cut it was forty four percent back in twenty ten is now forty percent of the budget and one of the reasons they're spending so much on digital is because they want a fifty five percent online response from the public which means filling out the census forms online are there going to be Superbowl ads this time around no Superbowl ad this time there was one in twenty two thousand there was one in twenty ten they say it's not an effective use of taxpayer dollars what you will see is more hyper local advertising like a gas stations bus stops that kind of thing that one of the big issues that has come up is that there's been concern in some communities after the census bureau tried and failed to put that citizenship question on the census form there's fear that some people might not want to give information to census takers because they think it could be used against them is there anything in the ad campaign that addresses those fears well according to ad age magazine the ads directed at the Latino community are designed to alleviate concerns about government misuse of data here's part of one of those spots in which a new arrival to the U. S. as a couple of friends if it isn't dangerous to fill out the census but I'm not I see the sinuses not at all I was just like you ten years ago I filled it out and look at me I'm still here your personal information can't be shared with ice nor with the police don't worry okay so that ad is out there that's going to run on national TV and online for two months this spring but it's the only spot that will specifically addressed concerns about immigration and customs enforcement and potential these for deportation yeah it's a bit of a surprise because there are over a thousand print digital radio and TV ad you would think that they would devote a few more to to this topic to alleviate those concerns the ads are supposed to reach ninety nine percent of American households a multiple times but this time around there only in thirteen different languages they were in twenty eight different languages back in twenty ten so that might be a cause of concern for some people as well right well this is a story we will continue to follow as the census process gets underway officially in Alaska tomorrow John Carroll media analyst for your no thank you thank you you're listening to your if you were Americans are dying in hospitals and more of them are spending their final days in familiar surroundings but I think people aren't prepared for all the effort that it takes to give someone a good death the challenges facing families that are providing that type of care also we'll have the latest from the Senate is president trump's impeachment trial gets under way on the next morning edition morning edition tomorrow three AM to nine AM and then live coverage the impeachment trial at nine o'clock I'm Jack let be ours the forties in China say they have confirmed human to human transmission of a new coronavirus lorises infected more than two hundred people in the country it is now spread to the capital Beijing and South Korea reported its first case of the disease earlier today after forty six straight days of strikes many workers on the Paris metro are back on the job today eleven of the city's sixteen subway lines are back to normal the highest level of service since early December workers across the country have been striking to protest proposed pension reforms the International Monetary Fund says it expects world economic growth to speed up over the next two years the IMF says reduce trade tensions and low interest rates will see global growth increase from two point nine percent last year more than three percent this year and next you're listening to here now in Washington history is in the making and.

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"B. O. R. I'm Jeremy Hobson back in twenty fourteen I got to introduce you to a couple of very special people in my life K. Evans and her mother Betty ESR I've known them both since around the time I learned to walk and talk in my home town of Urbana Illinois when I visited in twenty fourteen Betty was celebrating her one hundredth birthday in K. through her party ask Betty what her secret to a long life was in addition to regular exercise she told me I don't stress with my life I I singles are as I say go with the flow I don't get upset about things and I think I'm sort of easy going and that that I don't let things disturb me the fact that I can't drive anymore I know I don't have as much independence as I did but I and I know that I have somebody that's taking care of me and we'll get me wherever I need to be and I just don't worry about things that somebody taking care of Betty was her daughter Kay who also took care of me my brothers and sisters and many of our friends she ran a home daycare center becoming a surrogate mom for many or banner children when I visited came Betty in twenty fourteen they were together as they were much of the time actually she's my best friend I think somehow maybe other than my husband I guess I got a I better say I got it well and you go and you you exercise with her as well yeah we we go together and that's that's good because it gets me there for sure to and we go out to eat together we've traveled she's traveled a lot with us to it when she was a little younger yeah she traveled on our own we'll bury ESR died in twenty seventeen at the age of a hundred and two and sadly last Saturday K. passed away as well at seventy seven after a battle with cancer I called up one of case best friends Diane Marlon who moved into the house next door to Kay and her husband Graham back in nineteen seventy seven we were first neighbors then we became friends and then and then we were family and so they've been our Urbana family for forty three years one of the for first word that comes to mind when I think of her is selfless because she always cared so much about other people and and sort of taught me why that was so important she was one of the helpers she was one of the care givers and she did she took care of her family her mother her husband her children and she took care of other people's children and she loved them all the same now Diane marlin is the mayor of our band and I asked her what she takes with her into that job that she learned from K. I take with me just about everything I do is case part of me learning to listen to people I think you have to be just relentlessly positive if you're going to be in a position like this and I try to look for the good in everything it's sometimes hard to find the right words to say about someone close to you so I asked about case favorite songs which included the music of West Side Story he was the show she saw with her husband Graham on their first date they married in nineteen sixty six and Graham is at her funeral today.

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"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hobson hello and welcome to the big impact on bill Hobson thank you so much for joining us on the program and for subscribing if you're listening to assume podcast form you can subscribe to your apple iTunes and Google play it stitcher in Spotify and I heart radio it everywhere podcaster found many of you are listening to us on the radio and we're grateful for you as well because today we have a very inspiring very cool and interesting story to share with you about a gentleman from Los Angeles who developed a fitness product and was invited to present it on shark tank where he walked away with a deal it's really cool you'll hear the energy and the passion in his voice as he walks us through what it took to go from development and invention stage to now having his product literally flying off the shelves his name was Greg Nigro and by the way as you hear the story of terra core fitness I want you to know this at the very outset of the program we've been given a special promo code for you to save fifteen percent on purchasing terra court I waited all this up front I'm not getting a penny of that we are not on commission the promo code is simply so that they can see how many people are listening to the big impact and whether or not they're going to take action from it so I hope you do because I believe in the product I have one and it's really quite good but we want you to save fifteen percent so here's how that works I'll tell you now and I'll tell you again at the end of the show because our goal between now and then is to convince you that.

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"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jeremy Hobson friends and family of the slain journalists Jamal Khashoggi today mark one year since he was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Shoji was contributing columnist for The Washington Post and a critic of the Saudi government crown prince Mohammed bin Salman denies he ordered the killing but a CIA assessment found there's high confidence that he did joining us now is David Miliband whose chief executive of the international rescue committee and former U. K. Foreign Secretary welcome back thanks for lunch so you wrote on Twitter today that could show she's killing has come to epitomize an age of impunity not because it is isolated it because it is symptomatic of a world without rules or accountability what do you mean by that I mean that we're living through a time when more civilians are being killed in war I than any time since the end of the Cold War that more aid workers are being targeted at eight in the conduct of war in a way that is holy country to international humanitarian law and I mean that the perpetrators of these crimes on not being held accountable and that leads to a cycle when more of the belligerents in conflicts around the world feel they can get away with anything and so they therefore do anything from chemical weapons to bombing called coach loads of children to laying siege to towns and cities and a starting the population as we said the crown prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman denies that he ordered could show Jeez killing here is speaking last week with Norah o'donnell on CBS sixty minutes how could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you the only doctors like today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone. list of their rank you will be taken to court no exception made. has there been any accountability for because show Jeez murder in Saudi Arabia in the year since it's happened. well the short answer that is note that wrong a trials ongoing of some of those who are alleged to be involved but obviously the console G. murder has come to epitomize this sends that opponents can be disposed of without remedy and so the lack of remedy can only be seen as a sign all of encouragement and that's why I think it's so important that countries like the US takes seriously that international responsibilities we've seen Germany refused to sell arms to Saudi Arabia that would be connected with the war in Yemen which remains the world's largest humanitarian catastrophe twenty four million people in humanitarian need and obviously there's an ongoing debate about how the crucial G. murder can be held accountable our point is that the is right to do so but also to recognize it's possible why the syndrome I'm not one to syndrome needs to be addressed well there were calls after his show Jeez killing here in the United States for the US to stop supporting Saudi Arabia in the war in Yemen has that happened no it hasn't because although Congress did pass a very strong resolution condemning the war strategy the failed war strategy in Yemen the president twice vetoed the resolution the went through both the house of representatives and the Senate so there's unfinished business in respect of Yemen and if there is to be any sense that because of his mother has anything been anything other than a polling waste an appalling crime if there's no sense that this is no lesson for the war in Yemen and really there's actually nothing to show for the year of protest that's been going on since the murder a year ago as David Miliband whose chief executive of the international rescue.

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Facebook's Zuckerberg says Warren as U.S. president would be bad for tech

Lars Larson

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Facebook's Zuckerberg says Warren as U.S. president would be bad for tech

"The way how much of an impact do big tech companies have in the election is coming up next fall Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg said in July this is in July that if an Elizabeth Warren presidency would pose an existential threat to his company. now that audio has been leaked out by the verge if she gets elected president then I would bet we would have a legal challenge he's heard saying on these tapes I don't want to have a major lawsuit against our own government I mean that's not the position you want to be in but at the end of the day if someone's going to threaten something that existential you go to the mat and you fight. well since Joe Biden seems to be in trouble even though technically still the front runner in the Democrats sweepstakes Elizabeth Warren takes his place and gets the nomination does that mean that Facebook is going to have that Hobson's choice of deciding whether to support Elizabeth Warren and risk of the existence of the company or support Donald Trump and have most of the liberals in America simply yell abandon them to say we can't be behind you you're supporting trump does that make

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'Good Boys' posts a surprising #1 at the box office

Kim Komando

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'Good Boys' posts a surprising #1 at the box office

"For the first time in three years an R. rated comedy has opened at number one at the weekend box office that comedy good boys six great now doing six screen thing Seth Rogan co produced good boy is it brought in twenty one million its debut weekend that is much better than anyone expected in second place Hobson Shaw and then followed in third place by The Lion King there were several new releases this weekend and most of them tank at the box

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'Hobbs and Shaw' Opens to $180 Million and No. 1 Worldwide

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

'Hobbs and Shaw' Opens to $180 Million and No. 1 Worldwide

"Box office over the weekend USA radio networks Wendy king runs it down you guys have to work together the top movies at the box office over the weekend fast and furious presents Hobson shot at number one grossing sixty million dollars dropping down to number two the remake of Disney's The Lion King at thirty eight million at number three once upon a time in Hollywood at twenty million number four is spider man far from home with seven million in dropping down to number five Toy Story four also seven million

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Hobbes, Wayne Johnson And Luke Hobbs discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Hobbes, Wayne Johnson And Luke Hobbs discussed on Glenn Beck

"Office the first spin off of the eighteen year old fast and furious franchise Hobbes and Shaw earned over one hundred and eighty million and its worldwide debut defeating a king Hobson short teams Wayne Johnson's federal agent Luke Hobbs and mercenary Deckard Shaw Jason Statham yeah I'm trying to save the world which for the record one because I'm really good at it odds and show had a strong opening that to throw in the lion king after a two week reign at number

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Color-Coded Glass

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Color-Coded Glass

"The other day I was at the recycling center sorting glass between containers by Kohler thought in that if the color of the bottles was significantly to control how they're recycled. Cycled then surely the color was more than cosmetic. So what is the reason why say wine bottles are olive green and beer bottles are amber and why do we separate these items from colonists ones. The Russia has to do with light contents and bottles of vulnerable to photochemical reactions. Take Beers an example if the light sensitive Hobson Act as a preservative and give the drink flavor or exposed to too much natural. Role or artificial light the bill will be light struck and it will take on a skunk in foul tastes beer manufacturers use amber glass to prevent light absorption and provide the most protection against ultraviolet rays which can ruin Lina bottle brew all have greenglass offers less protection than amber but that's acceptable because content stored in greenglass able to send light exposure without their flavors being ruined wine for example naturally. Truly contains antioxidants which you guessed it prevent the oxidation liable of wines over exposed to light on that subject beware that Oranges Chardonnay sitting on the top shelf at the grocery ultraviolet radiation has likely spoiled it and then there is colorless glass best for alcohols and other liquids that Aren't light sensitive all of Glasgow produced by the addition of oxide colors in manufacturing furnaces and by separating colored and cold glass.

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"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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House Judiciary to vote on holding Barr in contempt

The Troubleshooter

01:07 min | 3 years ago

House Judiciary to vote on holding Barr in contempt

"The demand from House Democrats for version was nothing blacked out. Republicans like congressman Andy Biggs say it's overreached. Recreated Hobson choice. We said guess what? Mr. bar, either get held in contempt or violate federal law because that's just the way we do things judiciary committee. These days. Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill. The House Judiciary committee is planning to advance a contempt of congress, or as Aleutian against attorney general William bar for failing the too subpoenas deadline to hand over the full unredacted version of the Muller report, no person, and certainly not the top law enforcement officer in the country can be permitted to flout the will of congress and to defy valid subpoena. A committee chairman Jerrold Nadler's contempt resolution has been met by an assertion of executive privilege by President Trump. A Justice department letter. Says complying with the committee's request would be unlawful. Lisa Jared, different house committees till hoping to force the IRS to hand over the president's tax returns. But older returns have already been leaked to the media prompting the president to fire

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America, Michelle Hobson And Youtube discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

America, Michelle Hobson And Youtube discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"Developments in the case of America, Oba mom, accused of abusing her kids who were the stars of her YouTube channel, a grand jury has indicted Michelle Hobson on thirty charges for her alleged actions involving five of her kids the counts including kidnapping child abuse and dangerous crimes against

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Golden Eagles, Briley And J Hampson discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Golden Eagles, Briley And J Hampson discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"From Auburn southern miss says are Briley is no longer under consideration for offensive coordinator amid backlash for interviewing him in the first place. Golden eagles head coach J Hampson is yesterday Stephen to voice his disagreement. With the school's decision Hobson believes Brian's now

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"hobson" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hobson" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Got these other should. Tiger. This is Michaela power one of six number one for hip hop. Side. Side. Everything's shades. Hobson? Um lost. Source in low. Of. I. The other side..

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