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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well, the day there is 9 days to go for the election, November 8th, which might be the most meaningful election of the century. And with us today is former congressman Peter king, congressman king, tell us what the heck is going on. 9 days to the election, are we going to save our country? Oh, it's going to go in the wrong direction. John right now, again, I don't want to be claiming dick tutorial being overconfident, but I say now as of this day on Sunday, all of the indicators are showing the Republicans definitely winning back the house, having a very, very good opportunity when the Senate. And here in New York, I think we shall win has at least a 50 50 chance. It's not more, it's incredible you think of a giant. And New York is 2 million more Democrats than Republicans. And by every poll, whether we as points behind two points behind are actually ten to two tenths of a point ahead, this is an amazing surge of these generated here and to me it shows the strength of his campaign and also the fact that voters, whether the Democrats or Republicans, why are black, around whatever color they are, whatever party they belong to, they have more and more getting set up and disenchanted with the Democrats fear you to focus on and get answers and to fight hard, for lowering order. I mean that is the biggest breakdown I believe in the state and the country also but especially here in New York, we see it the crime is out of control. That is bad enough by itself, but for Kathy hochul and Democrats to be acting as if it's really not there. Sometimes they make a med search, have a bunch of meetings and summits, which end up doing nothing, but in her debate with these elderly this week. I mean, governor hulko basically was wondering why we were so excited about the criminal is not going to jail. I think behind bars. I mean, how out of touch can she be? So that's a big performance. I don't understand it. How can, you know, everybody I know that is a black. Everybody I know that it's Asian. Everybody I know that's Latino Hispanic. They want Law & Order in our streets. Who's the people supporting the people that don't want Law & Order? I don't understand it. I think some others, ideologues, as I caught up with this fantasy that, if you want Law & Order, somehow that makes you a racist, the tragic idea and all that is that people who are being hurt the most are the minorities, African Americans, the Asian Americans, the Hispanic Americans, the Latino community across the board, they are the main victims of the surging crime and yet the people who are fighting the hottest against during the right thing. We want to basically helping the criminals are the ones who claim to be the great supporters of minority rights. So it's absolutely not set at all. And I think more and more sensible Democrats democratic voters are coming to that conclusion. I think a lot of the democratic politicians have to, but they're free to say it for some reason. Trying to make absolutely no sense. Meantime, innocent people are being killed. Every day there's a new incident, somebody being thrown down the subway stairs, every day there's a new incident in somebody being thrown off the subway platform and in these people, if they're sick, they belong in mental hospitals. If they're just bad people, they belong in prison, I just, you know, me and you are almost the same age and we've been around a long time in your dad was a police officer. I can't believe this is happening in New York City. You grew up in Harlem. I mean, you grew up basically community. You had nothing handed to you. So you haven't been born with silver spoons. And we did a neighborhoods where there was some tough people, but the fact is the cops were able to do their job. They were able to protect the people who wanted to work hard. The kids were wanting to go to school. And I don't know where the state is where it's was. It's model compass. It's just wrong. And you're right, the crimes today does not even have to really excuse for crime. But sometimes in the past, somebody be robbed, because the person who didn't need the money, it's no excuse, but at least there was a reason. Today, it just seems to be violence for the sake of violence, seeing elderly women walking down the street being punched in the face, a thrown down a flight of stairs, as for no reason, not even being robbed, just for these pure active violence. And you're right about the mentally ill, we have to do more full mentally, but also means having court step up and compelling people who are mental issues to be put in for asylums or put in hospitals where they can be examined and treated. If you see people walking along the street, obviously you seem out of it or violence. They're not part of the civilized world. I mean, how else can I say it? No, you're saying it the right way and the court should assert themselves and require them to get mental examination, mental treatment. And if they are not temporarily insane or insane or crazy at all, mentally ill at all, then they should be put in jail. Then there's no excuse for their crime. But one way or the other is through mental health treatments, I can find them if we have to be or by going to jail. We have to start getting those who are carrying out criminal acts, get them off the streets and just right now, we're finally coming out of COVID. We want to get the city back. We want to get served back to do that. You have to get crime under control and what's happening now. It's the violence and I just really feel for the 99% of hardworking dedicated people living in these communities who are being terrorized by a small handful of people for carrying out just terrible murders and rapes of the results. We both agree a 100%. Now last week we were together for a while, we were together at Saint Patrick's cathedral, you gave some beautiful speech at Saint Patrick's cathedral for Bernie McCarthy, memoriam, I mean, I felt good about it that we did the right thing. How did you feel? John,

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Brief. 78° mostly sunny, 77 WBC time check is 7 o'clock. Good evening I'm bob Brown, the Long Island railroad is on track to complete its current expansion project, a new third track now carrying passengers following years of planning, governor hulko praising major station upgrades after taking a ride on the first open stretch of track between floral park and marijuana avenue. USB charging station's new shelters and benches, I mean, these stations look beautiful. Longer platforms so you don't have to change cars to exit. That bike tracks more computer parking. MTA CEO, John Oliver. Service between Jamaica and Manhattan is going to be as frequent as on the Lexington avenue subway. The busiest subway line in the United States. Ten mile span of the third track is set for completion later this fall and is expected to free up congestion on tracks leading to Jamaica station and increasing capacity by at least 50%. Neurologist Ricardo Gucci has died of a suspected suicide at Rikers Island after he was recently found guilty of sexual crimes against 6 patients, according to The New York Times and reported on Fox News, the 68 year old doctor found in the shower area today of the jail facility with a sheet around his neck, cuccione was convicted two weeks ago by a jury finding him guilty of 12 counts, including rape attempted rape and sex abuse. A woman is dead and another injured after a tree fell on them while they were in a Bronx swimming pool this afternoon. First responders say it happened in the pool on palisades avenue in these spite and divel section about one 30, the victim said to be in her 50s was killed and another woman in her 60s taken to the hospital in stable condition. In New Jersey, unvaccinated schools district employees as well as child care workers and state contractors no longer have to undergo regular

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Time check is 6 o'clock, a good evening, I'm bob. Breaking news. WABC. As we've been reporting former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and personal attorney to former president Trump unlikely to face charges in connection with the nearly two year investigation into whether he violated laws requiring him to register as a foreign agent in a Ukraine lobbying case NBC four in The New York Times both quoting sources familiar with the investigation, sources saying the investigation, which is being conducted by federal prosecutors out of Manhattan and the FBI has still not concluded. A small group of ten career criminals allowed to roam the streets and rack up nearly 500 arrests after New York enacted its controversial bail reform law. The post reporting the shocking numbers from the NYPD repeat offenders have been arrested a total of 485 times since Bill reform went into effect in 2020. Mayor Adams and police commissioner kishon sewell releasing new information today on repeat offenders in New York State is the only state in the country where a judge is barred from considering the danger an offender poses when deciding whether or not to set bail. Governor Kathy hochul making an announcement today about the approval of a 5 year labor agreement with the civil service employee association. Today I'm announcing that we're making good on our promise to launch an online portal for healthcare worker bonuses. This is where employers complaint claim bonuses for their eligible workers. We have identified who the odds were workers are to make sure that $1.3 billion in funds are allocated to eligible workers who make less than a 125,000 eligible workers also must have remained in their position for at least 6 months. Meantime, hulko asked if she supports the concept of giving judges the ability to consider dangerousness when setting bail. What we gave judges was the ability to consider severity of the offense. Is this a repeat offense? Is it a, is there a history involved here? So we now have spelled out for judges. Factors to consider in weighing whether or not this person should be out on the street or not. Hopeless hulk says she wants people to look at the body of what's been done. We're learning the names of the victims in this morning's deadly house fire and Long Island in Southampton, 21 year old Julian wiener and her 19 year old sister Lindsey Weiner of Potomac mallorn, atomic Maryland, I should say, died in the fire which broke out about three 30 this morning on spring lane. Police say the families was vacationing for Maryland, the children, including the girl's brother, was sleeping on the second floor when the fire broke out. The brother managed to escape through a window, the father and wife got out, but the he tried to reenter the house, however the flames were just too intense, the cause of the fire is under investigation. A tragedy today on an Indiana highway Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie walewski died in a car crash this afternoon, the Elkhart county sheriff's office confirming she was one of four victims in a car crash. Her communication director Emma Thompson and saint Joseph county Republican chair Zachary Potts were also killed. Police say the 58 year old was killed when a car in the oncoming lane crossed the dividing line, the driver of that second car was also killed. While the ancient Madsen some mid week day ball, here's Kevin Perez live from the 77 WBC sports desk. Thank you very much, bob. Let's get a check on your scores for the New York baseball team. So here in The Bronx, the Yankees fell to the Seattle Mariners in the afternoon, 7 to four was your final 6 run first inning for Seattle was enough on Gary Cole to get the job done. Next for those bombers Friday night, they will be in St. Louis. And in our nation's capital, the mets right now up 8 to zero in the top of the 6th inning on the nationals, Chris passed, pitching a shutout in 5 innings with only 6 hits. Daniel vogelbach with a Grand Slam in the 5th inning to power those mets and some tough news for UConn fans and women's basketball page beckers, the national player of the year in 2021 has a torn ACL. She will be out for the season back to you, bob. Okay, Kevin, thanks so much. Your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight clear skies, low 74, tomorrow's Sunday is going to be hot, high 92. Right now, 86°, mostly sunny skies outside the midtown

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"hulko" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The bob surratt morning show. All right, welcome back it's the Jimbo hannon show I am rich valdes at rich valdes with an S on all of the social media give us a follow there. And the phone number 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O jimbos, the phone number, our guest is former deputy chief of the criminal division at the Department of Justice in Long Island, New York, Doug burns former federal prosecutor. Welcome to the program, sir. Thank you. Appreciate it. Always a pleasure. So I wanted to get into a couple of things with you because obviously today we had this big decision on the reversal of this New York law and the Supreme Court decision and a couple of other things we're going to get to in the next segment, but I want you to hear a clip of audio from CNN with poppy Harlow and Jim sciutto. Listen to this. The decision from the Supreme Court was enormous implications for this country as it relates to gun rights, reactions to gun violence, including the one we see underway on Capitol Hill right now and whether those attempts to regulate guns enhance or broaden gun safety measures could survive court muster. Poppy that says enormous enormous implications. In north enormous implications, this court wiping away any distinction between having a gun in your home for self defense has decided in Heller and now carrying it outside of your home also which we'll discuss throughout the day here on CNN, Jim, as you know, this court has now changed the framework of how courts going forward have to look at gun rights and the Second Amendment no longer the two part framework looking now at text and history, which means a lot of the current gun laws could be reheard and relitigated and challenged or exactly right right. All right, so I wanted to get your perspective on that. Legal perspective on that because it's my understanding that once this thing gets so returned all the rest of these laws, whether they're going to have legal challenges or not, they're going to have to kind of fall in line because they have to meet up with the Supreme Court decision, right? Or no. Yeah, absolutely right. Here's the thing. Law and politics really don't mix. I've been saying that for years doing legal media. And the two concepts don't mix. And it's an important starting point. So the point is, when politicians come out with all kinds of over the skis rhetoric, very unfortunate governor hulko and my state New York remain just coming out. This is a total disgrace what they're doing. I mean, it's really not productive. And not for me to tell politicians how to behave themselves, but they really should stop doing that. Because that is not productive on any level. The case is a serious legal case, very interesting situation. You start with the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which says that a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. So that's the text of the Second Amendment. In fairness, many scholars over the years have said, well, wait a minute. It starts with a well regulated militia. So isn't the right limited to the militia context. That's a perfectly reasonable way to think about it. But the Supreme Court in the Heller case in Washington, D.C., held that there is a constitutional right to bear arms for self defense in your home. That was then extended in the McDonald case in Chicago because keep in mind the Heller case didn't apply to the states because Washington, D.C. is not a state. It's a federal territory. So in McDonald's, they said citizens have a right to bear arms and keep them for self defense. Under the Second Amendment. In New York, under the Sullivan law going back to, I think I heard it was 1913, rich. The point is, is that you are allowed to, if you applied for and got properly licensed, you're allowed to have a gun in your home for self defense, but this particular law, which was clearly in the minority in terms of the states in the country, said you couldn't take it outside the home for self defense. And today, the Supreme Court in a decision which I happen to agree with legally, no politics, no cultural points, illegally, my reading of the constitution is that it is a totally artificial distinction to say, you can defend yourself in your home, but you can't defend yourself outside your home. And that's the simple way to look at this opinion. Now, when you start factoring in the politics, they want to mix apples and oranges. Apples is what I just explained. The straight constitutional jurisprudence Second Amendment, you have the right to bear, keep and bear arms fine. The political thing is in the dissenting opinion today, it was really quite remarkable and unbelievably disappointing. The three justices, justice Breyer, Sotomayor Kagan, they start going on and on about the recent spate of gun violence justice Alito ripped them in his concurrence, brilliantly saying, those are perfectly fine social observations, political observations. They have nothing to do with the case that's before the court. Right, the interpretation of the constitution and this context. Exactly. Right. Yeah, I agree. And that's my layman's terms. You're the attorney here. But I thought it was interesting that they made this distinction because it seemed like from what I understand that this was based on the Heller case saying that you're allowed to have it in your home and then they built on that saying, well, there's no distinction of one protecting oneself, one's life wants property. If you exit the home, you don't lose your Second Amendment right to that protection. But let me give you one I'll give you a little finer point on the pencil though. What happened was, first of all, the people involved here are being licensed by New York State and they're being extensively vetted. There's all kinds of paperwork to get a permit on a license. Okay. So that's another area where the political discussion is crazy. My dentist very silent citizen he's got to carry permit. A veterinary and I know these are not people who should be characterized as, oh my God, everything's going to be so much less safe now. It's just not that's completely disingenuous political rhetoric, okay? And so the fact of the matter is, though, you had to show a particular need. There was a term of art. I wrote it down proper core cause proper cause. So what that meant was real simple riches. Not only did he have to establish the licensing board that you had a normal level of a need for self defense, you had to articulate something above and beyond that. And that doesn't make sense. And that's what the court shot down. Yeah, exactly. Now I'm thinking putting legal analysis had on again, I'm guessing now, and I'm using my political hat. If I'm the politician and I say, well, you know what? I don't like the fact that your dentist and your veterinarian are going to walk around with guns when they go to Walmart or where they walk their dog around the block. I'm going to say that, you know, because you

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Three decision expected to allow more people to legally carry guns on New York City streets and other major cities. That privilege currently gratitude very few people here in New York, the governor expected to call a special session in Albany in dealing with the ruling. Governor hulke had this to say on the Supreme Court's ruling. Shocking. Absolutely shocking that they have taken away our right to have reasonable restrictions. We can have restrictions on speech. You can't yell fire in a crowded theater, but somehow there's no restrictions allowed on the Second Amendment. Governor adding. And I'm sorry this dark day has come. They were supposed to go back to what was in place since 1788 when the constitution of the United States of America was ratified. And I would like to point out to the Supreme Court Justices that the only weapons at the time were muskets. Meantime, heading into next week's primary governor huko holding a commanding lead over other democratic hopefuls, the survey, a USA poll finding representative Lee zeldin and former White House staffer Andrew Giuliani in a virtual dead heat for the Republican primary nod, the Paul also finds hulko coming out the winner against either Republican challenger by a 20 point jump. The house January 6th committee showing how the pressure of former president Trump put on the Justice Department could have led to a constitutional crisis after the 2020 election. The then president wanted to install new leadership at the department to pursue his claims of voter fraud and stop the certification of Joe Biden's victory. That's what former department leaders said during a public hearing today. The FDA ordering vaping company Juul to pull its electronic cigarettes from the U.S. market. It's the biggest blow yet to the embattled company that is widely blamed for sparking a surge in teen vaping. It's part of a sweeping regulatory review of E cigarettes, which faced little regulation until recently. New York City subways will be getting more rams and elevators, the MTA has committed to making 95% of its subway stations more accessible for those with disabilities right now only about 25% of the system's 472 stations have usable elevators or ramps. Several advocacy groups filing lawsuits against the MTA in 2017 and 2019. The Yankees gearing up for a four game home series against the Astros here's 77 WBC's Kevin Perez. I mean, talk about a test at home, bob, the bombers will take on the Houston Astros tonight to start a four game series from The Bronx in an hour. Tons of history exists between these two teams in recent memory, including the two ALCS meetings in 2017 and 2019 both won by Houston, but the Astros wins were scarred from the sign stealing controversy surrounding the team, but the numbers don't lie, bob, as Houston leaves the AL west by ten games. The Knicks got a big night tonight in the NBA draft picking 11th and 42nd overall across all two rounds, but the nets will not participate tonight as they do not possess a single pick. For 77 WABC sports, I'm Kevin Perez. Thanks, Kevin Mark leven up

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Into the governor's mansion High strongly address her as the governor Adam says voters need someone who can get stuff done in the state of New York cochlear is running to keep the job she held since August of 2021 when Andrew Cuomo resigned hulko faces New York City public advocate Williams and representative Tom swazi of Long Island in the June 28th democratic primary Supreme Court Justice is getting more security a bill the bolster security for the justices and their families passing the House yesterday next stop the president's desk It was okayed by the Senate last month Attorney Alan Dershowitz talking about it on cats at night hosted by 77 WBC owner and operated John kessel petit is Today the terrible tragedy is that Supreme Court Justices have to be protected by presidents because you get a guy like this character from California who wanted to assassinate Kavanaugh in order possibly to change the vote on roe versus wade Imagine what would have happened God forbid if he had been assassinated And then the vote would have changed Seems to be no stopping the medicine Yankees these days here is 77 WBC's Mike to dino Yet bob both New York teams continue to cruise Yankees a league best 45 wins just 16 losses Great pitching matchup tonight in The Bronx Shane mcclanahan 1.87 ERA versus Nestor Cortez 1.97 URA Corbyn burns and David Peterson get The Rock and flushing Hockey Stanley Cup game one tonight 8 p.m. lightning avalanche game 6 NBA Finals boy or Celtics tomorrow 9 p.m. for 77 WABC sports on Mike the dino Mark the men continues up next for our cast.

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Country's largest formula manufacturing plant The defense production act ordering requires suppliers of formula manufacturers to fulfill those orders before other customers The Dow posting its biggest loss today since 2020 losing over 1100 points target and Walmart posting quarterly losses with fears inflation is hurting U.S. companies Stocks fluctuating for the most part since the Federal Reserve signal that would boost interest rates going forward by half a percentage point in helping to fight inflation New York coming to Kathy hulko pushing for a package of executive orders and gun control bills in the aftermath of a racist attack on a buffalo supermarket One proposed measure would call for police intervention in extreme cases The mainstreaming of hate speech of racism nationalism white supremacy and the easy access to military style weapons and magazines It can no longer look away New York is among states which have a so called red flag law It allows law enforcement officials to petition a court to take away someone's guns if they're potentially dangerous because of a mental health problem Health officials holding a White House update on the coronavirus CDC director Rousseau walensky says although COVID cases are much lower than during the peak of the pandemic the sub variant is now on the rise Individuals should consider taking prevention measures based on their own risk like avoiding crowds wearing a mask increasing their testing especially before gathering with others indoors The alert level in New York City has been labeled high mayor Adams still not on board though with reinstating mask mandates at indoor public spaces and schools the CDC says the 7 day average is about 94,000 cases a day Hospital admissions also up but walensky says still much lower than during the pandemic Convicted pharmaceutical executives has been freed from prison after serving much of a 7 year prison sentence for lying to hedge fund investors and cheating investors in a drug company An ex Minneapolis cop pleading guilty in the George Floyd murder the official state charge aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter in the death of Floyd As part of today's plea deal Thomas lane will have a count of aiding and abetting second degree unintentional murder dismissed the state's recommending a three year federal prison sentence for lame Here's laying just after pulling Floyd over on the day he died on May 25th 2020.

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"hulko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Workers at Apple's flagship Grand Central terminal retail location have begun to formally collect signatures to form a union That according to a newly updated website launched by the organizers setting the stage for a showdown between the iPhone maker and the employees who sell them people involved in the organizing effort told The Washington Post that they have endured months of efforts by Apple to convince employees that unionizing is a bad idea If the organizers of the so called fruit stand workers united are successful in gathering enough votes to form a union the Grand Central location would become the first of apple's retail stores to do so Governor Kathy hochul will have to maneuver the sudden arrest and resignation of her running mate and lieutenant governor on bribery charges as she tries to win her party's nomination in June We get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Hulko became the state's first woman governor in August when she took over for Democrat Andrew Cuomo Cuomo in a widely covered move resigned to mid allegations He sexually harassed 11 women something he denied and continues to deny political observers and democratic strategists say it's unclear whether lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin's arrest and resignation alone will be enough for hoku's two primary challengers to be able to wrangle the party nomination away from hoku Denise Pellegrini reporting There is plenty of housing data to look out for in the coming week We get more from Bloomberg's care and Moscow Home builder confidence is out on Monday followed by housing starts and building permits Tuesday an existing home sales Wednesday The Federal Reserve also releases its beige book midweek On Thursday we get the weekly report on initial jobless claims as well as leading indicators We have another busy week ahead for earnings with Netflix Tesla and AT&T among those reporting Bloomberg's Karen Moscow reporting global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"hulko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"11 injured following a shooting overnight in Pittsburgh Police say several of the injuries happened from people escaping gunfire They list 9 individual crime scenes connected to the shooting spanning several blocks The shooting took place at a party being hosted in an Airbnb in the east Allegheny neighborhood of Pittsburgh 14 were injured in Saturday's shooting at a mall in South Carolina Officials say 9 were shot others were hurt trying to flee Police say they have arrested Dwayne price who initially was detained as a person of interest authorities are working to identify at least two other suspects seen with guns Pope Francis has condemning the war in Ukraine this Easter Sunday though the Pope did not preside due to leg pain He did attend an Easter vigil mass at the Vatican Pope Francis spoke of the darkness of war and cruelty He ended his speech by saying Christ is risen in Ukraine A window for surrendering is being opened up by Russian forces for Ukrainian troops fighting in mariupol though there is no immediate report of action I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Workers at Apple's flagship Grand Central terminal retail location have begun to formally collect signatures to form a union That according to a newly updated website launched by the organizers setting the stage for a showdown between the iPhone maker and the employees who sell them people involved in the organizing effort told The Washington Post that they have endured months of efforts by Apple to convince employees that unionizing is a bad idea If the organizers of the so called fruit stand workers united are successful in gathering enough votes to form a union the Grand Central location would become the first of apple's retail stores to do so Governor Kathy hochul will have to maneuver the sudden arrest and resignation of her running mate and lieutenant governor on bribery charges as she tries to win her parties nomination in June We get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Hulko became the state's first woman governor in August when she took over for Democrat Andrew Cuomo Cuomo in a widely covered move resigned to mid allegations He sexually harassed 11 women something he denied and continues to deny political observers and democratic strategists say it's unclear whether lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin's arrest and resignation alone will be enough for hokus two primary challengers to be able to wrangle the party nomination away from hoku Denise Pellegrini reporting There is plenty of housing data to look out for in the coming week We get more from Bloomberg's care and Moscow Home builder confidence is out on Monday followed by housing starts and building permits Tuesday and existing home sales Wednesday The Federal Reserve also releases its beige book midweek On Thursday we get the weekly report on initial jobless claims as well as leading indicators We have another busy week ahead for our nation with Netflix Tesla and AT&T among those reporting Bloomberg's Kieran Moscow reporting global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm.

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But that's not to say this hearing should be non substantive And non vigorous Meantime Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas is in the hospital because of an infection Thomas doesn't have COVID a high court won't give any other details about the infection or say why it waited two days before disclosing Thomas had to be hospitalized They did say the 73 year old justice could be released in the next couple of days The worst plane crash in China and nearly a decade authorities say a China eastern Boeing 7 37 with 132 people aboard crashing in the southern presence province I should say of guangxi there's still no word on the cause of casualties or injuries the plane falling from about 30,000 feet It's reported it disintegrated on impact fire and smoke billowing from the remote mountainous region where the flight went down This causing a forest fire that could be seen from space Chinese president Xi Jinping calling for an all out effort by the rescue operation Ukrainians refusing to give up marital even while surrounded by Russian troops Ukrainian officials in the besieged city rejecting a Russian demand today to lay down arms and raise white flags This in exchange for safe passage Ukrainian officials say the Russian military hitting an art school sheltering about 400 people before making the demand The Washington Post reporting nearly one in four people in Ukraine have been forced to leave their homes For more on this you can go to WWC radio dot com President Biden traveling to Brussels this week for a NATO summit and he'll also take part in a European council summit Former vice president Mike Pence appears to be putting some distance between himself and Donald Trump This as he gears up for his own presidential campaign Pence refuting the former president's false claims about the 2020 election stating bluntly Trump was quote wrong to insist Pence could have it unilaterally overturned the results Pencils have said there's no room in the party for Vladimir Putin apologists COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations are trending downward in New York State governor hochul over the weekend said deaths from the viral pandemic fell to the single digits and hospitalizations are out there lowest level since August 3rd Hulk reported 5 New Yorkers died from the virus on Friday including residents from Brooklyn and Manhattan Here's hulko last year talking about COVID rates in New York None of us want to rerun of last year's horrors with COVID-19 Therefore we will take proactive steps to prevent that from happening As a Friday over 900 people were hospitalized The suspect in the deadly shove of an 87 year old woman now wanted on homicide charges The NYPD announced the upgraded charge this morning the victim Barbara gusten a noted voice coach died last week of injuries following the unprovoked attack Photos of a suspect are on our website WABC radio dot com Military aid for Ukraine stolen in Manhattan 400 bulletproof vests donated by the Suffolk county sheriff's department stolen last Tuesday Surveillance video reported to show thieves feeling bulletproof vest Meant for Ukraine from a building at two O three second avenue in the East Village the building houses the Ukrainian Congress committee of America and the Ukrainian national women's league of America USCA spokesperson Andre de briansky on NBC New York People.

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"hulko" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"The people don't hand over money to people they don't like. I assure you, Mike and Glenn will not be writing a check to Mark Poland cars campaign next year. We just won't no. No. I wish I wish mark all the best health. I am not going to support him financially. Because I don't believe in what he stands for, right? Obviously, the Russian oligarchs believe in what Kathy stands for. Company records show that one of New York's one of New York governors Kathy's top donors is Soviet born billionaire with close ties to sanctioned Russian oligarchs in New York Post reported. Hulko became governor in August, blah, blah, blah, blah. She's now running to earn it from a blavatnik, a 64 year old aluminum and oil tycoon donated $69,700 the maximum allowed to hulk's campaign. He also donated donated $10,000 campaign in November, another 59,000 just in January, right? What's your thing about this? What does he own? He owns an oil company. An oil company. That's right. Isn't that amazing? So why do we do it? So the Democrats hate oil. So who in the right mind owning an oil company would actually give anybody who wants to destroy you a dollar..

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Then we have Adam Schiff lists on MS LSD yesterday These people are as I said sick cut 7 go Talk about how important it is to have the United States the European Union and NATO in lockstep in pushing back against Russia because then when Donald Trump was president that was not assured Hey dummy This is Jonathan capehart Nobody's ever heard of him before He's just another moron On MSL SD It's Donald Trump who built up NATO It's Donald Trump who sanctioned Russia It's Donald Trump who gave tank killing missiles To the Ukrainians you clowns Stop rewriting history but then of course they bring on shiftless Go No it wasn't at all He was you know Donald Trump was busy during his four years denigrating NATO isolating us It's not what happened Did he denigrate NATO Yes in order to build it up You see the Germans weren't paying their fair share And neither were half of the other NATO countries Most of the Eastern Bloc countries the smaller countries that were newly freed as a result of Reagan not clowns like you They were paying up But the big countries weren't France Italy Germany so Trump took him to task And they poured more into their military than they had before But still not enough To meet their requirement of 2% of GDP Go ahead Allies It would have been a very different world if the United States right now wasn't able to rally You shouldn't even have a law license That should have been yanked a long time ago Hey California Ethics committee Supreme Court What do you all sleeping

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The case for Monday morning Hopefully a lot of people are off for Martin Luther King Jr. day Hopefully they don't try any of these weird maneuvers on the road I don't understand Sometimes when it snows people just get awfully brazen in terms of driving Everybody who's out on the roads tomorrow should definitely try and take it nice and slow We all agree And the big story I think of New York last week was the fact that that poor gal getting killed at the Burger King on lexicon avenue and a 116th street And the good news is it looks like they caught the killer We had the three foot detectives on Friday and the killer is caught And the police department did the job What do you know about it Frank morin Well this is an incredibly sad story And I know a lot of our listeners were following this But crystal Barron nieves 19 years old we were all moved seeing this news of her murder and nobody more so than you You were the first person to come forward and offer a $10,000 reward to help find the killer and advertising that all over the place Now I don't know if there was information that led to this or if this was a result of just technology and smart police use of technology but hopefully this is somebody that's going to be off the streets for the rest of their days and not be able to do to anybody what they did to this beautiful teenager Did you hear what that scoundrel had to say when they captured him I mean it looks like it's him because he doesn't say it wasn't me I mean he was yelling out that you all want us 400 million in reparations of 400 billion What was it Do you remember what it was Or a franc or Bryant He said he said he yelled FU F you all to the angrily to the crowd Where's our reparations for 400 years of effing slavery He then shouted at the top of his lungs America is going to burn So it's a real class act Now the crime took place in Manhattan The rest took place in Brooklyn but that doesn't count They brought that the scoundrel back to I think you even put his name on it No no that sounds back to the precinct in Harlem to have arrested So that means he comes under the auspices of DA Alvin Bragg in New York So what is DA Alvin brag going to do So I mean this guy's in jail So he didn't get a disappearance ticket as we call it Yeah Well look in this very controversial memo that Alvin Bragg put out there that we've all been talking about and maybe we'll talk about this a little bit more He did say Bragg by his own admission said that the reason he didn't want people prosecuting fair evasion and prostitution and marijuana crimes is so that they could concentrate on violent crimes I can't imagine any crime more violent than this So hopefully even Alvin Bragg will seek a stiff penalty for this murder suspect Now there's been a lot of discussion around town that they want Alvin Bragg removed if he did not do his job In other words the state constitution says that you have to certain laws on the books and you have to as a DA you have to invest Now I don't think we've gotten to that point yet But if Alvin Bragg doesn't enforce them they are pushing governor hoku who has the power to remove Alvin Bragg and this puts governor hoku in a what's the right word In a tizzy or give me a word that it puts her in a she's in deep doodoo Is that the better best word I can come up with Anybody have anything to say about that Yeah well she certainly in a vice here John And now everyone always talks about how the Republicans running for governor don't have a chance of winning and maybe that's true Maybe it's not But Andrew Giuliani and Lee Zelda and I believe rob as Torino I think all three of the candidates that are already in the race have all said they would remove Alvin Bragg on day one So what this has done this is sort of reshaped the whole debate about this and hoko is going to have to answer for this Are you going to remove Alvin Bragg from office Why or why not If not what would a DA have to do in terms of ignoring the law for you to make that decision to remove someone So you got to give the Republicans that are running credit for at least shifting the focus of the debate towards this what's happening in Manhattan It's going to be a big debate Frank because of the fact you know remember back in 1860 the Civil War remember the Alamo Well I think the call signs would be remembered buffalo And let's tell people what happened in Buffalo You've had a socialist running for the mayor of buffalo unopposed and some technicality to regular democratic mayor of buffalo could not run So the common sense Democrats and the common sense Republicans got together were not going to elect We're not going to elect the socialist and what happened on a right in ballot which is impossible to win Right invalid against a person running on a democratic ticket impossible to win What happened Frank Well the impossible happened Democrats Republicans and independents united behind Byron brown and Byron brown even those you point out had lost the democratic primary to the socialist candidate Indian Walton and wasn't even on the ballot because of this unusual coalition of people that got together He was actually able to win as a write in candidate completely unprecedented hasn't happened in New York in the last hundred years That is unbelievable So what is everybody going to be yelling out Remember buffalo I like it Governor hulko has to make a decision.

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Exclusive piece today that Nancy Pelosi's son Paul junior was involved in 5 companies pro by the feds the shocking paper trail connects him to a slew of fraudsters and convicted criminals Now this is shocking First of all it's shocking that the daily mail has to break a story like this and it tells you how little the New York slimes the Washington compost and the rest of the reprobates and the corrupt propaganda so called media really leave the Democrats and their families utterly alone while they try and hunt down everything they can possibly find or concoct for that matter against Trump and other Republicans Now it goes on to say a shocking paper trail shows Nancy Pelosi's son Paul Pelosi juniors connections to a host of fraudsters rule breakers and convicted criminals A daily mail dot com investigation can reveal that Paul 52 was involved in 5 companies pro by federal agencies before during or after his time there He joined the board of a biofuel company after it defrauded investors According to an SEC ruling and whose CEO was convicted after bribing Georgia officials He was president of an environmental investment firm that turned out to be a front for two convicted fraudsters documents reveal He served as vice president of a company previously embroiled in an investigation of scam calls that targeted senior citizens And medical company Pelosi junior worked for it was accused of testing drugs on people Without FDA authorization daily mail dot com can reveal And a source close to a firm Nancy son worked for told daily mail dot com that Pelosi junior received 2.8 million of shares allegedly issued as part of a massive $164 million fraud in July 2016

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"She needed a paycheck In other news today the moratorium on tenant evictions in New York State expires tomorrow Democrats are pressuring governor hulko to extend the moratorium However landlords argue that they still need to pay the bills In New York City officials are again looking at a remote learning option for public schools It comes as the public school system deals with low attendance negotiations are underway between New York City mayor Eric Adams and schools Chancellor David banks Here's the mayor We can resolve this We can get through this crisis and we will find the right way to educate our children in a very safe environment And if we're able to put in place a temporarily remote option we're welcome to do so with the partnership of my good friend Michael mulgrew The White House says the federal website where Americans can request free COVID-19 tests will be getting accepting orders on Wednesday It comes as the administration looks to address nationwide shortages but supplies will be limited to just four free tests per home American student expect a rapid turnaround on the orders and will have to plan ahead and request the test well before they meet federal guidelines for when to use a test Checking the prices of precious metals goal that 1817.71 down 4.39 Silver 22.96 down 0.12 and platinum 9 88 zero three that's up 0.33 This precious metal is updated sponsored by monetary gold wealth security preservation you can reach them at 888-547-9151 or visit monetary gold dot com Well get ready for some very cold and nasty weather moving in Your forecast and the Ramsey moza weather center temperatures going down to 11° overnight in the city Saturday partly sunny with the high of only 22° Sunday we'll have increasing clouds with rain and snow moving in Sunday Night into Monday Snow could accumulate as much as 6 inches in the north and northern and western suburbs Right now we have 34° and mostly clear skies outside the midtown Manhattan studios WWC time check coming up on 6 O 5 I'm bob Brown traffic in transit is next And remember the news never stops at WBC radio dot com Listen to these super hit sounds from red Apple media podcasts Joan Hamburg's let me tell you We love the theater It's the.

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"hulko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"hulko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In New Jersey are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 but double NYC's care and Yi reports governor Phil Murphy wants to see that number rise Murphy says 43 of 50 state departments are reporting more than three quarters of their staff are fully vaccinated That's on par with the vaccination rate among state residents Murphy mandated all state employees working in person to be vaccinated or tested weekly by October 18th Some agencies have only recently phased back in person work so Murphy says the state is working with unions and individual agencies to get those numbers even higher Workers who fail to comply with the vax or test requirement could be suspended without pay or eventually terminated Meanwhile COVID-19 cases in New Jersey continue to rise and hospitalizations have jumped about 30% since last week JFK airport is in line to get a 9 and a half $1 billion facelift governor Cathy hulko unveiled the latest plan to revamp terminate one yesterday once completed she says it will be a 2.4 million ft² space with 23 gates catering to international travel When it is done it'll be an experience that is worthy of the name York and the worthy of the name John F. Kennedy Private funds will pay for the project through three investment firms including the Carlisle group construction begins next year will be completed in phases over the next decade the port authority board is expected to approve the project on Thursday Back to your commute New Jersey transit.

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"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hulko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One of the most vocal critics of the governor's handling of the coronavirus pandemic Jeanine pirro appearing on cats at night says dean's mother and father in law died in a nursing home and couldn't even go to the funeral This is outrageous That's what the Cuomo said they were thugs They trans women they trans victims It was all about power and how dare CNN keep Chris as long as they did Then governor Cuomo coming under investigation and handling the nursing home crisis during the pandemic allegedly sending patients who are a hospitalized for COVID back into nursing homes Governor Kathy hulko announcing a statewide mask mandate for all indoor public buildings unless the businesses or venues already have a vaccine requirement in place The new mandate going into effect Monday through January 15th at which point the state will reassess its effectiveness based on COVID-19 conditions The rest of the state now has a wake-up call I've been warning I've been saying if we can't get more people vaccinated boosted I have to protect people but also the economy It is the latest move by the governor to combat the spread of the new highly mutated home variant before the holiday season commences A highly controversial move by the New York City council by a 33 to 14 vote the council okayed last night voting for non citizens with two abstentions the bill was sponsored by New York City councilman Donald Rodriguez There are so many people in Texas.

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