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"For like three years now to try to use some of this more advanced technology to Do sermons and things from so this is the maiden voyage for this Tablet so I have it on paper also in case Technology doesn't work the way it's supposed to Yeah as Pastor John mentioned first let me say thank you Pastor John and Mary and I here and thank you for this opportunity On that back table. There are just a bunch of free books that we bought brought to Bless you guys. There's also tracks back there If you have any questions about any of the books there's books on Probably one of the great little gems back there is called listen up. It's a little booklet on how to listen to sermons Hey John, I didn't see you come in a Lot of great things back there. So please avail yourself of those resources. I'm not taking any of it home And I don't want to those are to bless you guys so The the topic this weekend is We have an evangelism summit. So in this first session I'm gonna be talking about well, what is evangelism and and why do we evangelize? So for some of you guys these this will be you know some basic stuff for you hopefully there'll be something For you to take away that'll be helpful to you in Adam session He'll be talking about how and when we evangelize and then in a final session today. I'll be talking about What about results? trusting God and evangelism, so I'd like to start out if you have your Bibles with you Turn to Romans chapter 1 Romans chapter 1 We're just gonna read verses 16 and 17 and I'll pray again as we get started Romans chapter 1 verses 16 and 17 Paul under the inspiration the Holy Spirit Gives us the Word of God. He says for I am not ashamed of the gospel For it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes To the Jew first and also the Greek for in it. The righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith as It is written the righteous Shall live by faith Let's pray together Heavenly Father. We do bless your name We thank you Lord God for the gospel the gospel that has redeemed Many of the souls in this room. We pray that the gospel would Be effectual for anyone in this room has not been redeemed yet that they would hear the gospel They would hear about your power to save and that they would have a desire to come to you a desire that only you can Put within them Lord God, but we know that it's Lord I pray for Myself today Lord that I would get out of the way of your word. I pray for my brother Adam Who's such a dear friend to my family that you would help us as we teach from your word? That you would bless these Saints and build them up Equip them Lord for the sharing of the gospel the good news of our Lord Jesus Pray that the things that we would say would be in accordance with your word and anything that We would say that was not would be disregarded please God be our help today in this time in Jesus name. Amen Okay, so so sometimes when you want to define Something or speak on a certain subject. There may be a lot of misconceptions or even false definitions of that subject So therefore, you know when you want to do something like that You have to point out the falsehoods about it and and address The wrong definitions of it. So the first thing we actually talk about today is is what evangelism is not Because there's a lot of things I think out there especially in the evangelical church world That are talked about as if they are evangelism, but they're not actually evangelism. Okay, so inviting people to church That might surprise some someone in here. I don't know I'm not that this is not to say that inviting people to church is a bad thing But for so long in the church world People have this idea that well, we have a pastor and so it's the pastor's job to evangelize. That's another misconception It's every Christians privilege to evangelize But inviting someone to church is not evangelism Although it's a good thing Things like you know, I I did evangelism on a university campus for many years and and still do and so there would be various You know free lemonade stands and free cookie stands and things like that and oftentimes these were Ministries that call themselves Christian ministries that were saying that was their form of evangelism. Just giving away free cookies No talk of Jesus. No literature about Jesus Not giving it away in the name of Jesus while that might be a nice kind, you know Merciful thing to do give someone a cookie. It wouldn't be merciful to give me cookies. I don't need cookies In case anybody, you know had any thoughts about that, but that's a nice thing, but it's not evangelism a really popular Evangelical teacher anybody in here ever heard of Rick Warren Rick Warren, he's got this book in the church. The Lord saved me and we used to call it the Bible light It's called the purpose -driven life Rick Warren got on national television several years ago around this time of year around Easter time and he told people They said if you could give people any message What message would you want the world to hear and he said well, I just tell people to give Jesus a try You know try them out for 40 days And if you don't like what you found then, you know, just throw them back kind of, you know But the Word of God says do not put the Lord to the test Jesus is not someone to be tested. He's someone to be worshipped and adored and followed after Another thing that sometimes gets Confused for evangelism is our personal testimony of our having been saved now Our testimony can be evangelism if it includes the gospel in it but have any of you guys ever heard like one of these testimonies where maybe the Lord saved somebody out of a really rough life and There was way more about sin and the way they were living and everything like that It was hardly really even mention of Jesus or his power or anything like that So if you're going to share your testimony with someone of how God saved you, that's a good thing If you've experienced the power of God for salvation in your life, just make sure that you include the gospel in it Sometimes I've heard testimonies that I wondered if it was actually a Christian testimony Because there was nothing about Jesus in it You know a a or na can turn somebody away from Problems in their life like alcohol and drugs, but it won't necessarily redeem their soul if it's got nothing of Jesus To it the Apostle Paul. I think is a great example. He had several opportunities as he was arrested and imprisoned to Share his testimony of what God did in changing his life In Acts 22 he says I Persecuted the way to death the early Christians were called followers of the way Jesus himself said I am the way the truth in the life Paul continued on he said when when God struck him down on the on the road to Damascus He heard a voice that said I'm Jesus of Nazareth who you are persecuting and then at the end of that Defense that he gives for his ministry. He says the God of our fathers Appointed you to know his will This is what God proclaimed to him to see the righteous one and hear a voice from his mouth for you'll be a witness for Him to every one of what you have seen and heard Okay, so Paul speaks of Jesus in his next defense He says that he speaks of the way again, and he says And it is with respect to this this resurrection of the dead that I'm on trial for you today Well, there weren't people not anybody was just running around claiming to be resurrected from the dead They knew he was speaking of Jesus when he said I'm on trial because I'm out preaching the resurrection from the dead in his third defense before King Agrippa Here's an interesting thing. He says that God made him a messenger to the Gentiles that they should repent and turn to God Performing deeds in keeping with their repentance and the very next verse. This is um 26 acts he says I went and told him to repent and turn to God and and continue repenting and Perform good works and keep her repentance and then he says verse 21 for this reason the Jews seized me in the temple and tried to kill me So he says I told him to repent and they tried to kill me Nowadays, there's a preacher probably a lot of you heard of Steve Lawson Excuse me, he said The problem with preachers today is nobody wants to kill them anymore You know, I mean nowadays if if someone's out preaching usually give a testimony Someone assaulted me or spit on me or maligned me a lot of times people, you know Even within the church will look at you like well, what did you do to bring that on? The Apostle Paul when he first was converted thank you, honey When he first was converted the first place he went and preached in they plotted to kill him and And his friends had to lower him in a basket down the wall a city to get out and escape More things that are not the gospel social work Social justice work or political involvement are not evangelism again. These things may complement evangelism, but they're not evangelism Unless there's the proclamation of the gospel Because evangelism the word comes from the evangel The UN galleon we're going to get to that in a minute even a pop Christian apologetics are not necessarily evangelism if they don't include the gospel anybody ever heard the There's a famous quote from a guy named st. Francis of Assisi. It's a preach the gospel if necessary use words Anybody ever heard that it's pretty famous quote. Well friends brothers sisters You can't preach the gospel without words It's impossible. The gospel is a spoken message about Who Jesus is and what he's done? lastly Another thing that is not evangelism is the results that you see from your evangelistic Efforts are not evangelism themselves one pastor said it this way quote. We don't fail in our evangelism If we faithfully tell the gospel to someone who is not converted we fail only if we don't faithfully tell the gospel at all Evangelism itself isn't converting people. It's telling them that they need to be converted and How they can be all right, so we spent a little time there on what what evangelism is Not now. Let's get to our subject. What is evangelism? All right Proverbs 11 30 says the fruit of the righteous is a tree of life and whoever captures souls is wise So I'm going to give you several Definitions of evangelism the word you are going to lead So is used 52 times in the New Testament and the literal meaning is to bring good news or to announce glad tidings specifically the glad tidings of the coming of the kingdom of God in salvation to be obtained in it through Jesus Christ and the things that relate to this salvation I Wouldn't recommend Google as an information source necessarily, but I decided I would Google Evangelism and I actually like their definition. It is the spreading of the Christian gospel by public preaching or personal witness. I Thought that's pretty good for for Google I wouldn't advocate that like getting much information from them the Baptist faith and message of 2000 I Actually really love their their definition of evangelism. It says this listen as carefully. It's really good It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nation The new birth of a man's spirit by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others We're going to get to that more later Missionary effort on the part of all rests thus upon the spiritual necessity of the Regenerate life and is expressly and repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Jesus The Lord Jesus Christ has commanded the preaching of the gospel to all nations It is the duty of every child of God to seek constantly to win the loss to Christ by verbal witness Undergirded by a Christian lifestyle and by other methods in harmony with the gospel of Christ. What do you guys think? I thought it was pretty good Pretty good. I really liked it Another definition I found is you can tell the gospel to someone by sharing these several simple truths one Let's always remember this the gospel begins with God and so evangelism should begin with God So the first thing we need to tell people is that God is holy. He's the holy creator of all the universe Especially when we're dealing with a culture now Which is a culture of non -offense a culture that's got like a God who's like a genie in the bottle You know, he's just there when I need something or he's there when I got a problem I rub the little genie bottle and Oh God help me now, but that's not who the God of Scripture is. He's a holy God He created all things he created you and me. The next thing we need to tell them is that they're sinners Who deserve God's righteous eternal wrath and there's nothing wrong with saying I was born in the same boat. You were in We were all born the Bible says in Ephesians 2 by nature children of wrath like the rest of mankind The next thing we need to tell them is after they've heard that God is holy and we're sinful They need to hear about one who wasn't sinful. It's Jesus who's fully God and fully man He lived a sinless life and he died on the cross to bear God's wrath in place of all who would believe in him and he rose from the grave in order to give his people eternal life and Lastly is that the only way to be saved from? Eternal punishment in hell is to be wrecked and be reconciled to God is to repent of your sin and Trust in the work of Jesus for your salvation So evangelism is just basically telling others this basic message All right, so that's what is evangelism probably sounds pretty simple I mean there's I've literally got probably 20 scripture references here that support the Bible Showing an evangelism as a spoken message that you can't preach the gospel without words So I'll list them off for you. If you're taking notes, you can write them down Romans chapter 10 verses 10 through 17 mark 16 15 Colossians 128 Colossians 4 2 through 4 a whole slew of them from Acts acts 2 14 3 11 through 26 chapter 4 verses 5 through 12 chapter 8 verses 4 through 8 chapter 10 verses 34 through 43 chapter 13 verses 16 through 52 on and on and on Ephesians 6 19 and 20 1st Corinthians 1 17 Ezekiel 3 17 through 20 The gospel is a spoken message therefore to to evangelize we must Open our mouths and speak Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of Christ. And how will they hear without someone preaching to them or Proclaiming to them. All right, so That is what evangelism is and I and I want to say to I'm intending for There to be interaction So if you've got a question comment Anything like that, please don't don't be afraid or shy to raise it now next Why do we evangelize So I'm putting that question out there for y 'all And what and when I teach I'll just say this I tell my Sunday school class All the time when I ask a question and everybody just sits there looking at me. I say I'll wait So, why do we evangelize brethren John, Good so people will be saved Jason says because we're commanded to you. Yeah, there's not only one right answer to this question Thank You Hannah to glorify God Yeah for our sanctification Yeah, good all good answers anyone else have it have something they'd like to share Amen amen Praise the Lord you don't hear that in a lot of churches today be a doer of the word not a hearer only Deceiving James yourselves says right like if you're not a doer you're just to hear you're deceived Yeah, praise the Lord, I think those are all all great answers yeah, I would I would say first and foremost Right first Corinthians 10 31 whether you eat or drink or all that you do do for the glory of God So whether it's evangelism or anything else we do I would say the first and primary goal is to glorify God and we know that God is glorified through the proclamation of his Son Yeah, we're commanded to Amen, I mean we look at you know, Matthew and He says all authority in heaven on earth has been given to me therefore go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit and A lot of times that gets chopped off there, but he actually says in teaching them to obey All the things I've commanded you right, so It's not just to not just to evangelize and leave them there but to make disciples and teach and train those Disciples in Luke he says it in Luke 24 He says that repentance for the forgiveness of sin shall be proclaimed in my name to all nations Acts chapter 1 verse 8 Jesus before he ascends After his resurrection.
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"Lanka and the co host of our legal face off podcast at WGN radio dot com. Hey, rich, welcome back. How are you today? Good John, good morning. How are you? Pretty good. So the story I'm just reading now from, say, the tribune in Illinois man is launching a class action suit against buffalo wild rings for false advertising, alleging the restaurant's boneless wings are not actually chicken wings at all, the products he said are more akin in composition to a chicken nugget rather than a chicken wing, said the suit filed in federal court, this clear cut case of false advertising should not be permitted as consumers should be able to rely on the plain meaning of a product's name and receive what they promised. To which the company said its true are boneless wings are all white meat chicken, our hamburgers contain no ham, and our buffalo wings are 0% buffalo. A 2020 survey from the national chicken council found just more than half of Americans prefer boneless to bone in wings, boy I don't. I want the bone. I want the sauce, amen hallam, who filed the suit, says he and others pay to premium price for the products, but did not obtain the full premium value. The suit points out companies like Domino's and Papa John's call their breaded boneless white meat chicken dishes, poppers, or boneless chicken, they don't try and sell them off as wings. Okay, rich, that's the setup. What do you say? Well, it's an interesting lawsuit. It's not unusual, though. We see a lot of, but we cover a lot on our show as lawsuits involving food companies that allegedly are misleading consumers in a variety of ways. This is only one interestingly this loss is not filed by this individual, but there is an individual lawyer who literally is responsible for that half of these lawsuits. But what I think I think it's fair for us, of course, but you listen to have to understand that any individual plaintiff is not you might think, well, what's the harm to this individual plaintiff? What damages has he stopped? The obvious answer is not very much, right? I mean, he's out maybe at best. And all those bold swings, but the idea of class action is that a group of people who are allegedly get together and as a group are able to prove that a defendant is responsible for some damage. So pretty frivolous, not unusual, though. Are you saying that the attorney that's filing this sort of specializes into these kind of suits? Well, this particular turning the Illinois case does not. But there is an attorney that we've covered a lot on our show that is responsible for this growing trend in lawsuits against restaurants who beverage companies, he specializes in that he is not apparently involved in this lawsuit, but there are lots of others. There is one that we covered involving a lawsuit about the timing for preparing Velveeta cheese, Sheldon chief saying that it took longer than the three and a half minutes indicating on the box. There's another lawsuit against Texas Pete hot sauce because its products was made in North Carolina, now Texas. So there's lots of these kind of lawsuits that they're all the time. Well, do those ever bear fruit? I mean, say that's your specialty. If you can't make any money on it, I pick another line of work. Do these ever come through in the favor of the plaintiffs? Yeah, sometimes. It's a good question. Just because remember, just because there's a complaint file, they lawsuits filed. That doesn't mean that anything ever comes of it. I mean, you or I or anyone can walk in for today and if you have the requisite finally, you could file a complaint. Do they see the light of day? A lot of them don't alone get dismissed. A lot of the cases get resolved or it's known as nuisance value for a small amount of money. But yeah, for sure, some of them result in large amounts of settlement awards or jury votes, but just because they're filed doesn't mean that they're meritorious. Maybe though there is some sort of residual value, like these people are silly and no money changes hands, but if it does, at least remind companies that we expect you to be honest, right? So I don't care about buffalo wings. Whatever. But if nobody paid any attention to how they promote themselves or advertise themselves, then they could, you know, it could be worse than these silly little cases are. Am I on to something there? Does that make sense? There's no question you touched on the incredibly important point that all of my clients and any corporate defendant is aware of and is called a reputational risk, right? Any time you're involved in a lawsuit, any time you're involved in one that is getting the type of media attention, I mean, we're talking on the great John Williams show, right? On WGN. So it's getting a lot of attention. That gets the attention of the CEO of these companies. Buffalo wild wings, CEO, knows what this lawsuit of course knows what the attention that has some values and real tangible value, mostly negative, but something positive. This allowed them the opportunity to tweet to million billions who knows how many that they have all white meat chicken. You know what kind of you know how much they would have to pay to get that kind of clothing? There's a benefit to that that they capitalize on this also a negative risk to their reputation for being involved in a lawsuit that alleges that they're deceiving customers. So there's two sides to that. Right, so when I hear about this and then I go, wow, that's not really the dark meat of a wing. That's the white meat of a breast, I don't find any foul here, no pun intended. I'm like, hey, okay, that sounds pretty good. You know what I mean? My general reaction to buffalo wild wings is not negative. It's generally favorable. I personally, you know, am imposing no harm on that company. But I'm thinking of subway rich because remember when they were sued because they said that their tuna sandwich doesn't really have tuna in it or it's not all tuna, and a New York Times reporter then sent a sample of the tuna sandwich, you know, the tuna that they put on the sandwich to a lab and I'm reading now the laboratory sent back the analysis to The New York Times and said that there was no tuna DNA present in the sample and we can not identify this species in the sample you sent. I've had probably a 150 of those tuna sandwiches from subway. That's my go to order and I don't care what that is. It could be flipper. That's really good. That's a really good sandwich, but my guess is that that's probably pretty bad publicity for subway. For sure. I mean, there's no question and I mean, people spend their lives and careers studying this, but there's no question that any negative breast has its impact on consumers willingness and ability to consume your product. So I think chipotle, right? I think chipotle still to a lot of people to this day, they think of salmonella. They think of food poisoning. They think a lot of the high profile issues and allegations involved in chipotle southwest today picture the public perception and southwest today after the debacle a few weeks ago versus like a year ago. There's obviously a change in consumers perception of that. So there's no question when it comes to litigation and law anytime, especially when you're talking about consuming things, right? And your health. It's one thing to say, well, southwest the delays were terrible. We lost my
"john good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Given that we haven't reached the end of the process. But it is really important that people remember, that's not the only way we get help to vulnerable families, people with disabilities, people who are careers and these families, these are people that I see my constituency surgery, so I'm well aware of the impact on people's finances. It's fundamentally the unfunded tax cuts that were announced in the mini budget. The consequence of that is that either boring has to go up radically, which is what caused the markets to fall out of bed effectively. And now it's the discussion around what is going to be slashed. We're talking about billions, you know, it could be 50 billion pounds. In terms of cuts, let's talk specifically about your ministry, justice, prisons, et cetera, your funding could be first for the chop, how difficult is that going to be? Well, again, you'll sort of, if I may, you're slightly jumping ahead. To a situation that hasn't yet been resolved. These discussions are dynamic across government. We've seen a few, let's be Frank. It hasn't been ideal the last few days. Certainly as a minister and as an MP, it's not easy to be in a position where you're having to change your policy on the back of a major announcement. But at the end of the day, we are where we are, that change was made. I think it was the right change. And we have to go forward from this. Obviously, there was a terminal in the markets. Of course, we all saw that, but actually the markets now actually on the back of the chances announcements seem to have stabilized. I think that's the important point. And now we need to look across the public finances as a whole because yes, we have to be responsible. This is public money we're talking about. It's taxpayers money. And the government has paid out hundreds of billions of pounds across the COVID period. Putting money in people's pockets, keeping businesses afloat, paying wages, keeping our fantastic cultural institutions like the ones that play here where we're sitting now, going throughout that time. That money doesn't come from nowhere. So there has to be some discussions about how do we go forward with that? How do we have a sensible approach to the public finances? Because you're also right to say that if we don't have that sensible approach, not underpinned by analysis and the markets will be very upset again and we'll be back where we were a few days ago. That's not where we want to be. No, absolutely. The one thing that has changed though radically and has stayed there. That is mortgage REITs. They have jumped and that is an immediate feed through to the economy, but economics thinks that the economy is going to shrink by 1% by the start of next year perhaps twice as much as that if the fiscal plans aren't right now. So the kind of idea of growth is very much up in the air. I suppose one of the questions that I'm interested in asking at conference now is how much of trust genomics is going to get through how much of that is going to become a reality in the next year to 18 months, given that we've had a couple of few turns this week. I think if I can pick some of the assumptions that you put in your initial remarks, you're talking about some forecasts. Well, we're always see forecasts and there's a number of forecasts out there. I think you also, I think based there. Markets have to base their base that they have to face their children, but obviously we have to look at a range of forecasts and that's what the treasury will do. Ministers are revised by those. Of course they are. You also talked about the fiscal plan. Well, the Chancellor is bringing that forward in response to the events of last week. That's the right thing to do. Do you know what data it will come? No, I mean, I don't I'm not a treasury minister. I think we all understand it needs to be. It needs to come. And we're understand the pressure. Of course it has to come. But just to go back to your final point to me, was about the growth agenda. That absolutely has to remain. I mean, let's remind ourselves why we have to have that. We have had very, very flat growth in this country. We've had high taxes. We have had regulatory burdens at businesses have been crying out for us to remove for a very long period of time. We've had poor investment in skills. We've had productivity issues, which I'm sure you talk about a lot. I imagine. These are all things that, I mean, I know, as an MP, as a minister, these are long-standing structural issues with the UK economy. It is absolutely right that we don't give up on that. We can not be deflected from that process. It's not easy. It's not easy. No government is perfect. We've made some missteps this week. It would be absolutely ridiculous for me to sit here and pretend that we haven't done that. But we need to crack on and keep our focus on those things. Because ultimately, why do we need to do that? We need to do that because that is how we help those families in the long term that are on low incomes because it means that we are creating jobs which have higher wages. So that was the justice minister, Rachel McLean, who was speaking to me up at the Birmingham conference, of course, ahead of the prime minister Liz truss, who's going to give her major address to the conference today. Joining us now is the Professor of politics at the university of strathclyde, John Curtis, John good morning, thank you so much for joining us today. I don't know if you call it a little bit of the minister and what she was saying. She said, we have made some missteps talking about the U turn in government policy on taxes. But then she also talked about we need to crack down a crack on with the growth agenda. Let's take those two in turn, shall we? The missteps, the polling is pretty ghastly, isn't it now for the conservatives? Has the Quartet budget destroyed the government in the way that black Wednesday did John Major in 97? Is it that bad? Well, it certainly is that bad so far as the immediate reaction to the developments of the last ten days is concerned. Though, of course, we can't tell at this point. As to whether or not it will have the kind of permanent long-term impact that black Wednesday Harvey reminding people of black wisdom in 1992 was the last time that a conservative administration got into trouble with the financial markets and the pound was forced out of the then European exchange rate mechanism. That ended up resulting in a severe reaction against the government in the polls. A loss of economic credibility in the eyes of the lecturer and a serious decline in this level of support for the prime minister. And that was something from which that government never recovered, liver, the kind of growth that Liz trust is. Now, just to put some flesh on those three bones. The poles over the course of the last ten days have shown an 8 point swing from conservative to labor. That is commensurate with the 7 and a half percent swing that occurred within a month of black Wednesday, though notice it was within a month rather within the matter of just over a week. Secondly, whereas before last Friday, on most polls, conservative labor were roughly naked neck, so far as which party was thought to be best to handle the economy, now labor is roughly speaking at around 40% on average in the polls the conservatives at around 20%. So the conservatives are now well behind on what is always a crucial criterion in voter's minds when it comes to how they decide to vote. And then the third less trusses are personal ratings on average, they're running at around -35, 34, 33. That actually on average they're running at around -35, 34, 33. That actually, if anything is slightly worse than the ratings that Boris Johnson had just before he was brought down as prime minister at the beginning of July. So put those three things together. It's all very, very similar to what happened in the wake of black Wednesday. So the question is, is this indeed not an event that is commensurate with that that will have the same long-term impact as that certainly had the same short term impact that there is no denying of course we'll have to wait a few weeks to see whether or not all of this lasts or whether the government could begin. John, we were losing you a little bit, but we're going to press it on in the hopes that the
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"The tech heavy NASDAQ 100 index is at its highest level since early May. Corporate earnings and healthy economic data has helped to lift sentiment. But alifa doria Walla, managing director at rock creek, says she still proceeding with caution. There could be another severe downturn another leg to go in the S&P and a lot of that is some of the big tech companies that could continue to get hurt because of the strong dollar and what will happen to earnings in the coming quarters if that's strong dollar remains. Says the recent pivot into tech might be short lived. In the meantime, Karen fed officials keep talking tough on inflation, Minneapolis president Neil kashkari says the Federal Reserve will keep doing everything in its power to cool inflation. Some financial markets are indicating that they expect us to cut interest rates next year. I don't want to say it's impossible, but it seems like that's a very unlikely scenario right now. Given what I know about the underlying inflation dynamics are more likely scenario is we would continue raising and then we would sit there. Minneapolis fed president Neil kashkari says whether the U.S. is technically in recession right now or not does not change his analysis. While monetary policy is in focus over sea Nathan, the Bank of England gets set to hike interest rates shortly and could raise rates a half a point. Well staying in Europe Karen executives from Swiss bank Credit Suisse are thinking of reducing thousands of rolls globally at least they're talking about it as the struggling European lender seeks to slash its overall cost base by another $1 billion. Meanwhile, Nathan, the world's largest retailer is announcing job cuts more in this live report from Bloomberg's John Tucker, John good morning. Karen Walmart eliminating about 200 corporate jobs. Sources tell Bloomberg the cuts include staffers and last mile delivery and merchandising, more cuts may be on the way in areas such as ecommerce. The build tightening comes a week after slashing its annual profit forecast for the second time in less than three months. Walmart has had to cut prices on general merchandise as their customers pull back on spending. Live in New York, I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg day break. Thank you, John, and more corporate news here in the states Tesla holds its annual shareholder meeting today. And as the 5 things that you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers, again futures are higher this morning and straight ahead, your latest local headlines plus a check of sports. This is Bloomberg. Thanks, Karen. 6 33 on Wall Street 77° in Central Park still got that crash he's found cross Bronx at Jerome avenue more coming up in traffic first, Michael Barr, with what else is going on in New York and around the world, good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Today, China fired 11 missiles into the sea around Taiwan, the drills were prompted by a visit to the island by House speaker Nancy Pelosi this week, speculation rises about China's threat to attack the self governing island republic. He'd advisory is in effect for the tri state area because of dangerously hot and humid conditions. Today's high in New York will be around 94°. New York City mayor Eric Adams says he's freeing up a $100 million in federal stimulus money for New York City schools. It comes after an outcry among parents and some educators over the city's plan to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for schools in the current fiscal year. The Adams administration's reversal on school funding comes a day before a hearing plan in the lawsuit filed by parents and teachers in an effort to stop the budget cuts. Meanwhile, mayor Adams pushed back against criticism that is continual focus on crime at press conferences since taking office is feeding into an overblown narrative that the city is unsafe. This is the conversation is about the small number of dangerous people who are repeated recidivists who have made up their minds that we can do whatever we want in this city and nothing is going to happen to us. Adam says the real issue is how much coverage of crime there is by the media. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones now concedes the massacre at sandy hook elementary school in 2012, was 100% real. A jury is now deliberating Jones punishment in a defamation case. The parents of the 6 year old victim of the shooting successfully sued the InfoWars host for claiming the shooting was a hoax. During testimony while Jones was on the stand, there was a startling revelation from the lawyer of the parents, Mark bankston accused Jones of lying and trying to hide evidence including text messages and emails about sandy hook. Your attorneys messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you've sent for the past two years and when informed did not take any steps to identify it as privileged or protected in any way. And as of two days ago, it fell free and clear into my possession, and that is how I know you lied to me when you said you didn't have text messages about saying you don't. Did
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"6 9 against the dollar and stocks across Europe are rallying the stock 600 is up 1.3%, and the FTSE 100 in London is up 9 tenths percent. Britain grapples with political turmoil care and the war in Ukraine rages on and now the U.S. and its allies are firming up plans for a cap on the price of Russian oil. The goal is to limit the Kremlin's ability to finance its war. Amy Morris has the details from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington. They're discussing a cap between 40 and $60 a barrel. The aim is to cut Moscow's revenue for its war in Ukraine, but the risk is that it would lead to a spike in oil prices. German Chancellor Olaf scholz accused Russia of using natural gas deliveries as a political weapon. The invasion of Ukraine has also forced several European countries to dial back their plans for decarbonization so they can compensate for those cuts in Russian fuel supplies. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Amy, thank you and turning to the economy now investors are still reacting to yesterday's fed minutes and they're also looking ahead to tomorrow's jobs report. We get the details live with the Bloomberg's John Tucker, John good morning. Karen minutes from the fan show Central Bank officials solidified the resolve to keep raising interest rates for longer. They viewed maintaining the Central Bank's credibility to control inflation as critical. And then his investors still betting the fed will hike by 75 basis points later this month. Meantime economists forecast U.S. employers added the fewest jobs in over a year in June, but they say that expenses slow down isn't too concerning just yet. The jobs report from the Labor Department expected to show the unemployment rate remaining at an historically low level live in New York. I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak. All right, John, thanks. Talk about an economy of a different sort now. Billionaires and high flyers from the tech and media worlds are all in sun valley Idaho for the annual Allen and company conference. Bloomberg's Ed ludlow is there too and found this report. A lot of the big picture macro items are what are top of mind. There are discussions around inflation, recession risk, the volatility that we've seen in public equity markets. The rundown in valuations that we've seen in both public and private markets. But behind closed doors, all of these high flyers are also talking about a number of societal issues ranging from gun control to recent decisions by the Supreme Court. They're also discussing issues of climate change. No site yet of Elon Musk, the world's richest man is coming to sun valley according to sources, Ed ludlow for Bloomberg news in sun valley, Idaho. I had, as you mentioned, we're learning now Elon Musk is expected to speak at the conference that's expected on the final day this Saturday. Well, staying with tech Nathan, we have news on Apple, Bloomberg news has learned the company is planning an extreme sports watch. We get the latest live with a Bloomberg need a young good morning Renee. Good morning Karen, Bloomberg sources say apple's new smart watch will be the largest display its release to date with a bigger battery and a rugged metal casing. And it's geared toward extreme sports athletes. Apple could use the larger screen area to show more fitness metrics or information on watch faces at one time. The company plans to announce the new watch along with two other models later this year. Live in New York, I'm ranita young Bloomberg daybreak. All right, we need to thank you chip stocks are higher this morning, thanks to Samsung electronics, South Korea's largest company reported a better than anticipated 21% jump in revenue and that report is soothing investors worst fears about the impact of weakening consumer demand and soaring materials costs on the $550 billion chip industry. Ideal news, Nathan, The Wall Street Journal are reporting mercus and talks to acquire BioTech companies C gen, the papers said the deal could be worth about $40 billion shares are up 6% in early trading. And shares of GameStop are up 10% in the pre market care and that company became the poster child for so called meme stocks, of course. And now it's announced a four to one stock split in the form of a dividend. S&P futures are up 9 points, staff futures up 74 NASDAQ futures up 45 points, ten year treasuries down ten 30 seconds, the yield 2.96%. Straight ahead, local headlines and a check of sports. This is Bloomberg. And it's now 5 O 7 on Wall Street where it's 72° in Central Park. I already got an accident, southbound New York State through a before exit 15 a we'll get the
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"Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Walsh gower just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this shower traders entering May after has historically pour April the NASDAQ had its worst month since October of 2008 and the S&P had its worst April since 1970 And it comes Karen as the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates 50 basis points at this Wednesday's meetings Miller tayback chief market strategist Matt maley says if inflation persists the fed's path forward becomes murkier That's the fear that the fed is going to have no choice but to tighten further and because of the fear of stagflation And that's going to cause the market to fall further than it has And Miller tayback says traders should take advantage of the recent sell off And it's not just stocks Nathan the bond market is also coming off a historically bad month and there could be more pain ahead Bloomberg's John Tucker tells us that's being fueled by Japanese investors John good morning Karen Japanese institutional managers known for their legendary U.S. step buying sprees and now fueling the great Bond sell off The largest overseas holder of U.S. treasuries as offloaded almost $60 billion over the past three months Currency hedging costs of offset the appeal of higher U.S. yields Japanese investors may not return until the benchmark ten year yield trades firmly above 3% Live in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak All right John thanks over the weekend Warren Buffett conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway reported earnings and it revealed the billionaire was very active in the first quarter Bloomberg need a young joins us live with that story Good morning granita Good morning Nathan Warren Buffett made $41 billion in net stock purchases during the first quarter His biggest buying spree in at least a decade and a war in soaring U.S. inflation did not deter him from doubling down on a tried and trusted strategy to navigate the fallout Among the purchases Berkshire raises its Chevron holdings and the company now owns an expanded 9.5% stake in Activision Blizzard And at the annual shareholders meeting the 91 year old Buffett and his business partner 98 year old Charlie Munger gave no indication that they plan to step back from their roles anytime soon Live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg daybreak All right ready to thank you Well overseas in Ukraine about a hundred civilians were evacuated from the besieged steel plant in the port city of Mario pole Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky met with U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi during a surprise visit this weekend in Kyiv the House speaker plans to meet with Poland's president.
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"World with Bloomberg's John Tucker good morning John Good morning Nathan To plead the 5th or not That's the question facing Donald Trump after a New York judge ordered the former president to testify along running state civil investigation into his business practices Barring a successful appeal Trump would face a decision between answering attorney general letitia James questions or evoking his protection against self incrimination Trump has often acquitted such silence with evidence of guilt A New York State trooper who testified that former governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her is now suing him She says Cuomo a top aide and state police violated her civil rights The trooper's name was not disclosed in the lawsuit which was filed in Manhattan The wealthy Long Island resort of east Hampton delaying the planned closing of its airport until May 17th the story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The federal aviation administration warned of flaws in the New York town's efforts to reduce noise from air traffic last month the town's board voted to shut down the airport at the end of February and reopen it as a more limited use facility on March 4th East Hampton was looking to cut down on air traffic that has grown in recent years as rideshare apps make helicopter and plane travel easier But the FAA warned that if the town closed the airfield it could take as many as two years to reopen In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Hillary Clinton back in the spotlight tearing into the GOP and mocking Donald Trump during his speech at New York's democratic convention last night They'll make it harder for people to vote but easier for big corporations to bust unions They'll let polluters trash our environment and let Donald Trump trash our democracy At the convention governor Kathy hochul accepted the state Democratic Party's nomination as their candidate in the 2022 governor's race Thousands of New Jersey households will soon be getting notified that the residents have led service lines and will be replaced over the next decade under a 2021 state law That's according to the commissioner of the DEP just how quickly the lines will be replaced still isn't clear A new poll shows climate change He is seen as a bigger threat than war by a majority of people living in some of the world's top economies The poll was commissioned by the Munich security conference It listed concern over global warming habitat distraction and extreme weather as the top three risks Global news 24 hours a day on the air and on Bloomberg quick take We're powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to add more than 120 countries I'm John Tucker and this is Bloomberg.
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"Going on in New York and around the world Good morning John Good morning Nathan Former president Trump has been ordered to testify in the investigation being conducted by the New York attorney general the story this morning from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger A New York judge rejected a request by Trump Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump that he block attorney general letitia James subpoenas for their depositions He ordered the three to appear for depositions within 21 days and a contentious hearing lawyers for the trumps accused James of improperly trying to gather criminal evidence under the guise of conducting a civil investigation that would typically culminate in a lawsuit rather than an indictment but the judge said their argument completely misses the mark Trump said in a statement I can't get a fair hearing in New York because of the hatred of me by judges and the judiciary Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg daybreak former New York governor Andrew Cuomo has been sued over alleged sexual harassment by a state trooper who was part of his protective detail Cuomo was forced to resign last year after the state attorney general issued a lengthy report alleging several instances of harassment New York governor Kathy hochul accepting this state Democratic Party's nomination as their candidate in the 2022 governor's race the decision marks a rapid rise for the 63 year old buffalo native who was a relative unknown when she took office in August following Cuomo's resignation over their sexual harassment allegations A New York City firefighter has died for what's being described as a sudden medical episode at his firehouse a day after battling a house fire in Queens mayor Eric Adams The entire city mourns for the loss of this firefighter Young man that dream to be a firefighter all his life 33 year old Jesse gerhardt worked at latter company one 34 in far rockaway House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has taken the unusual step of endorsing the primary opponent of incumbent Republican representative Liz Cheney It's an indication of the depth of the splitting of the party over former president Donald Trump McCarthy joined Trump and backing attorney Harriet hagman at Wyoming's August Republican primary against Cheney Cheney has criticized Trump over his role in stoking the mob that stormed the U.S. capitol last year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take where powerbot more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm John Tucker and this is Bloomberg.
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"On Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg right now S&P futures again little change so we're down futures NASDAQ future is higher up 17 The decks in Germany's up a tenth of up percent Ten year treasury little change held 1.63% They yield on the two year .51% And Nathan All right Karen thank you We begin this morning with the latest on who will lead the Federal Reserve President Biden says to expect that announcement this week Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the latest good morning John Good morning Nathan President Biden was in New Hampshire when he told reporters he would announce his pick for fed chair quote in the next four days A White House source then told Bloomberg the announcement may slip until next week The president is still deciding whether to reappoint J pal or replace him with fed governor Leo brainard Sources say he has ruled out other possible contenders The White House is seeking input from senators to ensure either Powell or brainard would get enough votes for confirmation Live in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak John thank you Well as we wait for a decision on the fed we're also getting a warning from Janet Yellen the treasury secretary said the government risks a default if lawmakers don't raise the debt ceiling by December 15th That's when the new infrastructure Bill requires the treasury to transfer a $118 billion to the highway trust fund Congressional leaders have not disclosed a plan to resolve the issue Taking a plan might be some action Karen on state and local tax deductions the Senate has a new plan that would fully lift the salt deduction cap within certain income limits and Amy Morris has details from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont says his proposal would set an income threshold for unlimited salt deductions while keeping the $10,000 cap for the very rich They're still negotiating what that income level would be Sanders had floated the idea of about $400,000 as the limit New Jersey Democrat bob Menendez says it could be as high as a half $1 million This plan could replace the self measure that's in the House version of the bill calling for lifting the cap from 10,000 to $80,000 in Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak Thank you for markets the inflation debate is front and center this morning as usual and fresh data from the UK shows prices surging by the most in a decade to get the details live with Bloomberg's UN pots in London Good morning Ewan Good morning Karen and they think consumer prices rose 4.2% from a year ago in October sharply up from the previous month That was the fastest increase Fast increase than any of the highest estimates of 35 economists in Bloomberg survey a jump in UK electricity and natural gas prices was the biggest factor but rising costs for food restaurants hotels and used cars or contributed with inflation now more than double the Bank of England's targets pressure will be voting for a rate rise at December's meeting In London I'm you and pot split by day break All right you and thanks for inflation concerns aren't holding back stocks the S&P 500s continued to climb since last week's record print on consumer prices but that exuberance won't last According to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon I stepped back and I think about my 40 year career There have been periods of time when greed as far out paced fear We were in one of those periods of time And generally speaking my experience says that those periods are not long lived Something will rebalance it and bring a little bit more perspective Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon made the comments that the Bloomberg new economy forum underway in Singapore today And Nathan U.S. commerce secretary Gina raimondo is also a guest at today's new economy forum She is taking aim at China on the heels of Monday's summit between president Joe Biden and Xi Jinping The commerce secretary says Beijing needs to start playing by the rules They need.
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"5 30 on Wall Street Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date on the news You need to know what this shower U.S. futures are lower and bond yields are rising to start the week surging energy prices are raising concerns about inflation and reinforcing bets on fed policy tightening While price gains are spooking Wall Street we're learning that's not the case at the Federal Reserve and here to explain is Bloomberg's John Tucker who joins us live Good morning John Good morning Karen the federal reserves over 400 PhD economists considered to be some of the best forecasters in the world predict inflation will fall back under 2% next year That's one of the takeaways from minutes of the last fed meeting Their forecast is less than half the 4.3% pace the fed's preferred measure of inflation recorded through August The forecasts reinforces fed share Jay Powell's belief that price jumps are in fact transitory lined at New York on John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak All right John thank you on Asia overnight The focus was on economic data out of China Beijing reported third quarter GDP expanded 4.9% that was down from 7.9 in the previous quarter and just shy of a 5% estimate Well after 8 is straight weekly gains Nathan oil is on the rise again this morning West Texas intermediate crude is above $83 a barrel Last week it gained 3.7% checking prices right now West Texas intermediate up 1.1% at $83 14 cents a barrel Brent is up 6 tenths of a percent at 85.38 Of oil is not the only thing on the rise this morning Karen Bitcoin is near an all time high and Bloomberg's ready to young joins us live with details on that Good morning Good morning Nathan Bitcoin is trading close to 62,000 this morning It's ahead of a much anticipated U.S. exchange traded fund approval The pro shares Bitcoin strategy ETF would be the first of its kind And the world's largest cryptocurrency will probably test its April record high on the news Analysts expect at least a little profit taking too and overall high volatility Bitcoin has more than doubled since January But the ride has been bumpy as the digital currency confronted crypto crackdowns and an increasing institutional adoption live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak All right ready to thank you And on the corporate front this morning we're learning just how much squid game could boost the bottom line at Netflix numbers seen by Bloomberg show the South Korean show could create nearly $900 million in value for the company Squid game is now the biggest series launch ever for Netflix And again S&P futures are down 14 points to down futures down 93 NASDAQ futures down 60 Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg It's 5 33 on Wall Street we're at 50° in Central Park and route 9 a is closed at Dana road in Greenberg for an accident investigation Michael Barr is here with more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan U.S. officials are working with Haitian authorities to try to secure the release of 12 adults and 5 children with the U.S. based missionary group who were.
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"Hey good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow in U.S. futures are lower this Monday morning we're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures down 14 points down futures down 93 announced a features down 56 ten year treasury down 9 30 seconds He had 1.60% and the yield on the two year .43% and I'm excreted oil is up 1.1% Nathan Mccarran the drop in futures we're seeing follows the best week for U.S. stocks since July at the same time those rising energy prices are raising fears about inflation Muhammad Ali and chief economic adviser at aliens and a Bloomberg opinion columnist is warning investors to be cautious I worry a little bit that this wonderful world we've been living in of low volatility everything going up may come to a stop with higher volatility But a lot depends on behavioral changes If I were an investor I would recognize that I'm riding a huge liquidity wave thanks for the fed but I would remember that waves tend to break at some point So I would be very attentive Muhammad Ali and made the comments on Fox News Sunday Hurt every week on Bloomberg radio Well as inflation fears spook Wall Street Nathan we're learning that's not the case at the Federal Reserve Bloomberg John Tucker joins us live with the details John good morning Good morning Karen while some officials are publicly anxious about rising prices The fed's staff in Washington predicts inflation will be back under 2% next year That's one of the takeaways from minutes of the last fed meeting the Central Bank's staff consists of more than 400 PhD economists considered by many to be the top forecasters in the world While investors continue to grapple with worries that surging energy prices and supply chain disruptions are driving up living costs the fed staff research reinforces the idea that those price shocks could be transitory live in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak All right John thanks for Asia overnight The focus was on economic data out of China Beijing reported third quarter GDP expanded 4.9% That was down from the previous quarter and below estimates We get more from Bloomberg chief Asia economics correspondent and occurring The largely reflects an energy crunch that is hurting industrial production and of course it reflects the slowdown in the real estate sector which makes up around 25% of China's economy Now in the upside consumer spending was stronger than expected in September indicating that perhaps there is a cushion there for a slowing economy from resilient consumer strength Nonetheless though most analysts say brace for a slower Chinese economy heading into 2022 in Hong Kong I'm enduring for Bloomberg daybreak All right and thank you Asia trading hours also saw big gains for Bitcoin the digital asset has back near an all time high Let's get the latest of Bloomberg's Renee young who joins us live Good morning ready Good morning Karen right now Bitcoin is trading closer to 62,000 ahead of a much anticipated U.S. exchange traded fund approval The pro shares Bitcoin strategy ETF would be the first of its kind And the world's largest cryptocurrency were probably tested April record high on the news analysts expect a little profit taking at least and overall high volatility regardless of how the day will end Bitcoin has more than doubled since January but the ride has been bumpy as the digital currency confronted crypto crackdowns and increasing institutional adoption Live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg daybreak I think you're Anita This week it'll be all about earnings again on Wall Street after the big banks kicked off the season with a mostly solid showing Bloomberg's Charlie pellet has more This will be one of the busiest weeks of the earnings season with some of the biggest names in finance industrials and technology scheduled to release their quarterly results Jim Paulson is chief investment strategist at Luthor weeden capital management I think we're going to find out that companies still see a lot of top line growth They're controlling their expenses I think they have incredible pricing flexibility on top line in general even though some costs are going up This week we hear from American Express AT&T black stone Freeport mcmurran Intel IBM Netflix Tesla and Verizon In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak All right Charlie thank you And while we wait for those results from Netflix the company finds itself in the middle of another big hit squid game is now the biggest series launch ever for Netflix And based on numbers seen by Bloomberg the South Korean show will create nearly $900 million in value for the company Bloomberg style Krishna has the story In the past Netflix has released self selected viewership data for the first two minutes of a show By that measure squid game had about a 132 million viewers during the first 23 days That smashes the Netflix record set by Bridgerton now beyond that viewership data is closely protected but figures seen by Bloomberg showed Netflix estimates 89% of those who started squid game watched at least 75 minutes and 66% will have finished the series in the first 23 days In New York I'm Doug christma Bloomberg daybreak Okay Doug thank you outside of business news this morning There's positive news on the health of former president Bill Clinton We're told he has been released from California hospital and will recuperate at home Ed Baxter has that story from our Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco President Clinton will complete his recovery as home in New York this after being discharged from UC Irvine medical center on the arm of his wife Hillary a former aide says the infection began in the urinary tract and led to an infection of the bloodstream known as sepsis but that it never went into septic shock Aids say he spent his time there catching up with friends spending family time and watching football The health team at Irvine said it was honored to have treated him and that his white blood cell count was normal as was his temperature In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Okay Ed thanks S&P futures down 15 points NASDAQ futures down 66 You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak.
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"Trae young scored twenty five of his thirty five points while the hawks dominated the first half to take game one of their Eastern Conference semifinal series one twenty eight one twenty fourth Philadelphia okay and John good to see and that and the way we started that very sad music I can send you that the hawks may fourteenth at the first eighteen shots from the floor and led by twenty at intermission the seventy Sixers pull within three with one a one left but Bakhtin Bogdanovich followed with a three pointer to seal it Bogdanovich and John Collins each scored twenty one points for Atlanta Joel Embiid had thirty nine points for the seventy Sixers after missing the previous playoff game with torn cartilage in his right knee game two is Tuesday in Philadelphia I'm Dave Ferrie
"john good" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Wife, Lorraine. Nothing's ever going to change my love for you Happy Valentine's days now back to you, Brian got to turn the mike on first. Wonderful song, Bryce. Uh, You know, it's one of those special things. Then we have the people in our life that we love and we love all kinds of people. But there's one special partner that we have the one that puts up with us that loves us and works with us, you know? And in my case, my wife, Janice, you know she works with me every day, and we've got five Children together and all the trials and tribulations of running a company and And sometimes I don't take enough time just to tell her that I love her. But I've got to give her a shout out right now. And she's a very, very special woman of wonderful lady. Quite a hard worker. And and every bit the ladies ladies. So if you if you know my wife, Janice at the nursery, you know she's the brunette on Glendale Avenue And, you know, putting up with me for 30 plus years, you know, pretty wonderful lady. And happy Valentine's Day, dear. Anyway, back to the phone, Let's see. We got Nancy and Gilbert Hi, Nancy. Hi, Brian. Happy Valentine's Day Syria. Yes, My question Today is I have a Meyer lemon tree, and all the leaves are bright yellow. And today we're gonna fertilize it and what causes bright yellow leaves on unhappiness. It's a little bluebird. That's the little winner Bluebird of unhappiness, but you know, with Citrus trees. There's not much we could have done for the last couple months to make them happier. But the fertilizing today is a great deal. How old is the tree? Nance? How long we have the ground? We've been here for about three years, so probably I think, 10 years or so so the fastest way to get a green of. But if you have some miracle Gro at home with the mix some up and he's one of the no clog to garden. Peters go ahead and hit it with some miracle growing the leaves, and they will take that in faster Now in Gilbert, we have very heavy clay soil, so we don't want to over water so realistically on a tree that age one of water about once every two weeks. But when you water it you won't have enough water to go about 23 ft deep and you can leave it every two weeks. You know for the now until it's 100 and 10. It was 110. You could water once a week, but until then, once every two weeks is fine, and then if you'll fertilize around the base of it with, like Organa, pro Citrus food or good balance, Citrus fertilizer. That's going to give it something to grow on. And if you really wanted to be happy this year, fertilized at once a month from now until October. Yes. Um I said, 10 years, my husband says it's only been three years. Does that make a difference? I don't know. It doesn't make that much difference. But if it's a three year old tree, just the lighter ghost of fertilizers, fine Same watering pattern. No. All right. Thank you so much Nancy, but by headed by John and Mesa. Good morning, John. Good morning to you. I have some trees and I need replacing need to replace. I've got Old grapefruit trees. The house was built in 62. I suspect they were Here, then? Yeah, it might have been planted in a grove in May, so they all great for it. They were when we moved in. Okay, so those trees could be 80 years old Peach Snapple. Like to get some more orange and so the ones I'm most interested in their the ones on the West side of the house. Um, you know again, it's Grove spacing, so there's trees on the other side of the wall. And it gives us a lot of shades. So what I'm looking for is a fast growing orange tree. Well, that's that's kind of an oxymoron. Okay, So if you want a fast growing tree that's a Citrus. It's like an orange plant in Minneola Tangelo, and Here's Why, John, you know with Citrus trees. We grow different cultivars on different routes, stocks, and if you want to grow a good orange, it really needs to be on like a sour orange of Caries a root stock and that's going to slow the tree's growth tremendously. If you want a fruit this like an orange that grows fast You can grow in Minneola Tangelo and the many of the tangelo Wow, it has the same bricks. That's kind of how we test the sugar and Citrus as a navel orange. Does well on a lemon root stock and into grow twice as fast as an orange tree will No. I've been had recommended this year. I'm getting a second opinion. Sure. Ah, let's see a mace terror. Morning, Arizona. Sweet. Okay, The Arizona sweet So there's a problem with sweets. Now we used to grow 18 varieties of sweets, and I'll tell you what if you honestly if you don't buy a Citrus tree from us Buy it from John, Baby, ours and Basic John's A great guy has, Greenfield said, for us out there, but he's going to tell you exactly what it is, too. But the thing about it is when you want to grow in Arizona sweet or enable orange. You really want to have it on a sour orange or Vote crazier root stock, and that way it's going to produce a good quality fruit. And if you grow it on lemon roots document make a beautiful tree for shade tree, but the fruits going to tend to be drier, not near a suite. And you know what's nice. I'll give a shout out to some of our partners that we're so in Citrus, too, you know is right now you can go to a bar enables. We're going to be a different stores. But if you look for the silver Camry and label that's our Citrus, and we have Citrus that we grow and mace over in the Far East corner, Mesa and right now we're harvesting navels and tan Angelos So you can go to the bashes group of stores that's bashes or food city or or a Jay's, Or you can also go. You could probably find archangels and both those you could find him at whole foods. You can go to sprouts house, um and Safeway. Albertsons has, um But their local Citrus that we pick right now and you know, we're very proud of our Citrus. But the thing is with a tangelo asses right now is when they're really good. They don't ripen until February and this February, so they're really good right now. But they're going to grow twice as fast as if you plan on Orange Street, And that's if you plan an orange tree in the correct route stock you can planet orange treated a girl really fast if it's on a lemon root stock, and unfortunately AH, lot of the growers have supplied big chains are growing trees so they can get him out of their system as fast as they can. When they do so they'll use a lemon route stocking grown orange on it. So you grow this orange tree you've invested for five years. Then you find out the fruit doesn't taste good. It's not sweet, so to be safe and to have something that's going to grow fast Planet Tangelo Or if you want to, you could plant like a tango Mandarin, which is a tangerine on and then all the great fruit in the or, you know, grape fruit can be on either root stock, except for oral blanc or Blanco needs to be on the street root stock. Or if you're going to grow a lemon, you know you could plan a lesbian or Eureka Lemon. It would make a big tree fast. Okay, so orange, the orange groves out? Well, the orange Grove is out. If you want a big shade tree. I mean, there's no reason not to grow a character hair or navel orange or even the right. Arizona, Sweden the right variety or Trevin. I mean, they're all really good origins. They do fantastic here. But they're not going to grow fast. You know, John, I'm 61 years old and I'm not gonna go out and plant orange groves for my own production..
Truck plows through Long Grove covered bridge days after it was designated historic Chicago landmark
"In Long Grove, the north suburbs. Got hit again, this time by the driver of a box truck. John Good. Packy was standing nearby with a friend. When it happened, he tells w G n It's not the first time the bridge and a truck have met the wrong way is a plethora of signs. You know, there's one before you turn. There's one here and another one just before it. And I just I don't know. The bridge reopened last year after extensive damage from a collision where a truck hit it in 2018. It's on Robert Parker Coffin Road, just west of all my Camry road. Damage from the most recent collision was minor. The rehab work reinforced the bridge, the the top top House House
"john good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Meantime, let's move on to the markets for retail investors have a new target after last week's wild swings in game stop, it looks like Reddit traders are moving on to the commodity markets. Bloomberg. John Tucker joins us live with the details. John Good morning. Good morning, Karen silvery broke above $30 an ounce is the precious metal took center stage in the retail investor frenzy. Silver's advanced could be traced to online chatter. One posted, clearing it the biggest short in the world and encouraged traders to pile in. Kirk West at Principal Global Investors says it's a must stake to think that this is all being driven by small investors certainly shows the power of the crowd and I think when you look into the crowd, and I think the regulators will look into that crowd You will find some sophisticated plays on Silver is a different kettle of fish than stocks like game stopped for one, the skull for a short squeeze and silver. Far less obvious. Money managers have had a net long position on the metal going on a year and a half. Right now. Silver is 29 70 announce. John Tucker Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, thanks, John. Now the fallout from last week's retail frenzy has lawmakers up in arms, Senator Elizabeth Warren took to CNN State of the Union to blast trading restrictions imposed by platforms like Robin Hood. It's not about protecting people from making bad trades. It's about keeping the playing field level. Meantime, the White House is voicing confidence in market regulators. Jared Bernstein says they're not concerned about speculation and volatility. Bernsteins, a member of President Biden's Council of Economic Advisors, he spoke on Fox News Sunday heard on Bloomberg Radio, the regulator in charge, the SEC Security and Exchange Commission. Has to make sure not that there's no volatilities and speculation in the market. That's a constant but that the underlying plumbing of the financial markets remain sound in the SEC says it's closely monitoring the volatility and reviewing actions that may disadvantage investors or inhibit their ability to trade certain securities. Well, the retail frenzy grips Washington. The White House is laser focused on passing its stimulus plan. A bipartisan approach has garnered little support and that stoking concern about what comes next. Smoking Boyd Madison, the former chief of staff to Republican Senator Mike Lee, I think the politics of it is becomes so hard. I think it's just going to be tough, and sadly, what I think we end up with is, you know.
"john good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"No Steelers. No cowboys in there. Uh, no Patriots in there, obviously. But not far off. Believe me, because you know the success of the Patriots and Tom Brady goes hand in hand. I mean, it's utterly ridiculous when you stop and think about the numbers that are associate ID with the career of one Tom Brady, who again through for 199 yards. Two touchdowns ran for another. Led the team in crucial situations when they needed to 32 11 in the playoffs. He has twice as many playoff wins as the next quarterback, who, by the way is his idol, Joe Montana. Tom Brady, and his career is 14 and two in the divisional round. And advances to 1/14. Conference championship game, where he is nine and four all times. So obviously putting those together if Tampa Bay makes it to the Super Bowl that's 1/10 Super Bowl for Tom Brady. And he's 43. I mean, you talk about seeing the yeti. You talk about seeing a unicorn. That's what we're seeing right now. With Tom Brady. So your thoughts on the A F seen NFC Championship games Now they're set. If your New Orleans you want to talk to breeze grabbed the line, 855 to 1 to four, CBS, John and Houston kicks off our two of the greatest show on CBS Sports Radio, John Good evening. Getting and thank you for my column. Uh, you know, Tampa Bay showed me something in that. They're more than just Tom Brady. They arm or three interceptions. One fumble. Uh, how many of them were turned back? You know, for for four points. You know, they made points over that, and I'd like to see Tampa Bay and Kansas City. I'd like to see the old against the young. I really would. That would be that'd be. That'd be fascinating. Do you think that game's a shoot out John or well, then they're they're not If you think it's camp in Tampa Bay, Kansas City. Is that a shoot out or do you think the numbers air held down a little bit? I think the members are gonna be held down. I do after after seeing Tampa Bay's defense tonight. Yeah, I think it's gonna be held down, but I think it be a tough game. I really do. I'm gonna get off the line. Let you talk. Take another color, but that's just me, John. Thank you. And and And look, I wouldn't hate that at all. Uh, you know, the one good thing about this is we're not gonna have a bad matchup. You know, if it's the bills on the Packers, then those air the those air the teams That are the little engine that could there in the smaller markets. You know, when you think of Green Bay, Buffalo, Jacksonville, you know those air, smaller markets relative to others in the in major pro sports, You know, that's no disrespect. I'm sure animal walking. I'm sure on in Jacksonville, and I'm sure we're on a buffalo somewhere in Niagara Falls or something like that. But You understand? The point is that you know you put you put New York vs Ella on the marquee people are gonna look at the big city piece of it. You know, when you go Green Bay against buffalo, there might be some people who would be like Green Bay and buffalo. And then you say, Well, well, you know Josh, Alan and Aaron Rodgers in business picks up a little bit. Killian in Ohio talking Tom Brady on the grass show on CBS. Sports Radio. Hi, Killian. Hey, Grecia. Long time listener. First time caller. Thank you, friend. I appreciate the patronage. Welcome aboard. Want to switch up the Bible over with you and talks and browns Chiefs game. Sure, go right ahead. I love it. I got a couple questions. First off. What did you think of that? No targeting, called. On the first half Bad call bad call, and there's gotta be a way to hopefully fix that. But I didn't like the call it all. Right? My thing. It's hard to call that target. Two guys making that play at the end of the half, you know? That's the last thing on that guy's my name as a chiefs as a chief square and coming from a Browns fan. I even I kind of like the no call. Um I still thought we should have had a chance. You know, that was a beautiful play by Andy Reid at the end there. Yep. It really looked like they were going. Just try and draw a soft side and get that pump but crazy call, and they got Tyreke in there. I just wanted to hear what you thought about the Browns the season. You know what they put together? Does a little something special in Cleveland. Um there's no killing. And there is no question, man. And thank you, friend that it was a big step forward for the Browns this year, you know, and you look it on the other side of some of those losses, right? You look at Indianapolis and are they going to saddle up and ride with Philip Rivers for another year? You know Cleveland was a part of Pittsburgh's demise. Feels like that situation is kind of coming to a head of thing. Roethlisberger's got one more year left on his deal. You know, Tomlin. I'm not saying Tomlin's coming to the end of his run. But that group has been together a long, long time. And sometimes you need change for change sake, or you've got to find a different way to shake it up a little bit, not advocating anybody be fired. I would dare say that. You know, Tomlin should be pretty safe. In Pittsburgh, but you never know. But in terms of the Browns, they took that step forward. Here's what they proved. They proved that it's in them. They proved that it's in them. Now, here's my biggest question about the Cleveland Browns and 855 to 1 to four, CBS. How will the Browns handle prosperity? Is it going to turn into Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham? Just finding a way and I pick on Odell Beckham hide minute. What are they just going to find a way to, you know, go out and enhance their profiles off the field. Is this success going toe be turned into Heymann were there We've made it. We're doing what we need to know. They still got to get better. That organization is still going to find a way to not browns themselves. Meaning, you know, poor clock management, the fourth quarter that I highlighted a little bit earlier. You know you go forward on their mean What the hell you go for it on fourth and nine year down five. You gotta stop to kick a field goal is still down. They get the ball back, got chance to tie the game, baby. I just I just wonder how that I know Browns fans going to bay. You know, our friend can Carmen and screaming Super browns and Super Bowl and all that stuff. I'm sure Ken got super drunk after the game because of what happened and that they were close. However, you understand the point is it Is there a level of maturity in that organization and within that locker room for them to be able to handle this kind of success 855 to 1 to four,.
"john good" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So what? No Steelers. No cowboys in there. Uh, no Patriots in there, obviously. But not far off. Believe me, because you know the success of the Patriots and Tom Brady goes hand in hand. I mean, it's utterly ridiculous when you stop and think about the numbers that are associate ID with the career of one Tom Brady, who again through for 199 yards. Two touchdowns ran for another. Led the team in crucial situations when they needed to 32 11 in the playoffs. He has twice as many playoff wins as the next quarterback, who, by the way is his idol, Joe Montana. Tom Brady in his career is 14 and two in the divisional round. And advances to 1/14. Conference championship game, where he is nine and four all times. So obviously putting those together if Tampa Bay makes it to the Super Bowl that's 1/10 Super Bowl for Tom Brady. And he's 43. I mean, you talk about seeing the yeti. You talk about seeing a unicorn. That's what we're seeing right now With Tom Brady. So your thoughts on the A F seen NFC Championship games Now they're set. If your New Orleans you want to talk to you, breeze grabbed the line 855 to 1 to four. CBS, John and Houston kicks off our two of the greatest show on CBS Sports Radio, John Good evening. Getting and thank you for my college. Uh, you know, Tampa Bay showed me something in that. They're more than just Tom Brady. They arm or three interceptions. One fumble. Uh, how many of them were turned back? You know for a 44 points. You know, they made points over that, and I'd like she can't remain in Kansas City. I'd like to see the old against the young. I really would. That would be that'd be. That'd be fascinating. Do you think that game's a shoot out, John or will there? Not? If you think it's camp about Tampa Bay, Kansas City? Is that a shoot out or do you think the numbers air held down a little bit? I think the members are gonna be held down. I do after after seeing Tampa Bay's defense tonight. Yeah, I think it's gonna be held down, but I think you'd be a tough game. I really do. I'm gonna get off the line. Let you talk. Take another color, but that's just me, John. Thank you. And and And look, I wouldn't hate that at all. Uh, you know, the one good thing about this is we're not gonna have a bad matchup. You know, if it's the bills and the Packers, then those air the those air the teams That are the little engine that could there in the smaller markets. You know, when you think of Green Bay, Buffalo, Jacksonville, you know those air, smaller markets relative. Two others in the in major pro sports, You know, that's no disrespect. I'm sure on in Milwaukee, and I'm sure on in Jacksonville, and I'm sure we're on a buffalo somewhere in Niagara Falls or something like that. But You understand? The point is that you know you put you put New York vs Ella on the marquee people are gonna look at the big city piece of it. You know, when you go Green Bay against buffalo, there might be some people who would be like Green Bay and buffalo. And then you say, Well, well, you know, Josh, Alan and Aaron Rodgers and business picks up a little bit. Killian in Ohio talking Tom Brady on the grass show on CBS. Sports Radio. Hi, Killian. Hey, Grecia. Long time listener. First time caller. Thank you, friend. I appreciate the patronage. Welcome aboard. Want to switch up the Bible over with you and talks and browns Chiefs game. Sure, go right ahead. I love it. I got a couple questions. First off. What did you think of that? No targeting, called. On the first half Bad call bad call, and there's got to be a way to hopefully fix that. But I didn't like the call it all. Right? My thing. It's hard to call that target. Two guys making that play at the end of the half, you know? That's the last thing on that guy's my name as a chiefs as a chief square coming from a Browns fan. I even I kind of like the no call. Um I still thought we should have had a chance. You know, that was a beautiful play by Andy Reid at the end there, um it really looked like they were going. Just try and draw a soft side and get that pump but crazy call, and they got Tyreke in there. I just wanted to hear what you thought about the Browns the season. You know what they put together? Does a little something special in Cleveland. Um, can't there's no killing? And there is no question, man and thank you, friend. Then there was a big step forward for the Browns this year, you know, and you look it on the other side of some of those losses where you look at Indianapolis and are they going to saddle up and ride with Philip Rivers for another year? You know, Cleveland was a part of Pittsburgh's demise. Feels like that situation is kind of coming to a head of thing. Roethlisberger's got one more year left on his deal. You know Tomlin. I'm not saying Tomlin's coming to the end of his run. But that group has been together a long, long time. And sometimes you need change for change sake, or you've got to find a different way. To shake it up a little bit, not advocating anybody be fired. Now would dare say that, you know, Tom, one should be pretty safe in Pittsburgh, but you never know. But in terms of the Browns, they took that step forward. Here's what they proved. They proved that it's in them..
"john good" Discussed on KOMO
"Studio, so we'll check in with Evan in a little bit. But again what we're dealing with mostly today, as far as traffic cones is a lot of local closures, flooding trees down power lines down all across the region. So be sure to plan well ahead for that over the next couple of days, things gonna seem pretty. Okay. Weather wise, much better than the windy weather and storm we saw last night. Look for clear skies both today and tomorrow before more rain comes in, possibly for Friday, right now in Seattle, Sunshine and 49 degrees at Come on news. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Bill O'Neill at the editor's desk I'm Taylor Vance Ice Now our top stories from the cold 24 7 News Center. Incitement of insurrection is the charge brought against President Trump in the article of impeachment that was passed today. Washington Post political reporter John Wagner is following it all and joins us on the coma. News line, John Good afternoon. Good afternoon. The final vote was 2 32 to 1 97 10 Republicans Crossing the aisle two of those from here in Washington being representatives Newhouse and Herrera Butler. Um what was the final pitch that I guess Scott, those 10 Republicans over to the Democratic side. Yeah. The most significant of the 10 was representing Cheney of Wyoming, who holds the number three leadership position and in the House Republican caucus. I think for a lot of these folks, that was just the fact that they had experienced this themselves last week, when when there is the pro Trump mob took over the capital..
"john good" Discussed on 600 WREC
"8 14 is Alabama's morning news. I'm JT joining us now. John Decker from Washington, D C. Great media's White House correspondent, John Good morning. Good morning, T J hooker doing well today. How are things with you in Birmingham today? Everything's good. Here. Get some rain. But what a difference. 24 hours makes is you and I were talking yesterday. About electoral process. What's happening there that came to a screeching halt yesterday. Obviously, with all the chaos going on, and your thoughts from your perspective there in Washington, you know a lot of spin, obviously coming from the left media about how this was all Trump's deal. This is blood on his hands and no mention of anti for being the antagonizing sect of all this. Mentioned on liberal television, but your thoughts on how things went yesterday and how it turned out. Well, I think there is going to have to be on major after action report in terms of how the capital was breached. There's just no excuse for that. This is the people's house. You know, I was upset. About the protests that I saw take place in Seattle over the summer, even more upset by what I saw yesterday and the people's House and that should never happen to never happen where our representatives are put in danger on the floor of the Senate in the Senate chamber, the vice president had to be whisked away when members of Congress had to be protected by Capitol police. But we knew that there was going to be a large crowd. Heading the Washington D. C on January the sixth and you have to prepare for every contingency and it seems, Is it the contingency of this type of insurrection that we saw yesterday? Was not prepared for and that's why I say there's gonna have to be a major after action report and there may be people, including maybe the Capitol police chief who loses his job in terms of what we saw happen yesterday. Yeah. I mean, it's a blocked off area because of covert anyway, up there and, you know, talking with Congressman Mo Brooks about that earlier and also, you know, one of our listeners who was from here was their asses part of the protest the peaceful protest and then what he witnessed and saw That you know, they were actually allowed to kind of come through some of them to get into the capital. I mean, when they knew this was going on, and there was so many people there as far as the eye could see from the Capitol steps back towards the Washington Monument. How does this unfold like this? I don't know. You know, I have covered 25 State of the union addresses in person. And the security. First State of the Union address is one in which, uh, if you don't belong anywhere near the capital, you don't belong on Capitol Hill. The police the Capitol police The Secret Service, the National Guard, they say get out, and there was no kind of security like we typically see for a state of the union just and yesterday was like a state of the union address. Why? Because it was a joint session of Congress. Every member of Congress, all members of Congress, all 535 members of Congress and the vice president were all in the same place at the same time. That's why you need security because these are our leaders. We need to protect our leaders. Great insight, John. Thanks for being with me and we'll talk again tomorrow. Appreciate you. John Decker, Great Media's White House correspondent. 8 17 Alabama's Morning news on the way our phones are open. 88891 of 5105 Rick from best, Davey is up first your calls. Welcome to Come on 88891515. And the president's statements on all of this as well. Three minutes. Alabama's morning news management.
Coronavirus: US daily infections hit all-time high in 44 states
"The pandemic has been front and center and as Americans head to the polls, the virus continues to surge in key battleground states. Bloomberg John Tucker joins US Live with the very latest, John Good Morning, and Karen Daily Infections have hit an all time high in 44 states. So have hospitalizations. Over the past week, Wisconsin posted America's third highest cases per capita Behind on Ly the Dakotas. 70 averages are at records in Iowa in Michigan State's that propelled Donald Trump to the presidency Four years ago. Weekly infections in Arizona are up 33%, Pennsylvania's They're up 30% and Florida's air higher by 22%. John Tucker Bloomberg Day.
What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country
"Were always joined on Saturday morning by John Gizzi. He is the White House correspondent and chief political columnist of newsmax dot com and Newsmax TV, John. Good morning. Good morning, Rick. And what a night it wass. Well, obviously, we're following the latest developments on President Trump and his diagnosis with covert 19. What is the latest you're hearing on the president. The president is resting comfortably at the Walter Reed Hospital where yesterday he left the White House. And arrived at the hospital. I might and he left the White House in his usual business suit looking as he always does. Uh, this is not someone who has been felled by the virus. But simply has symptoms of the Corona virus, and he will rest there until doctors say he can come out. Which effectively scotches the debate. Scheduled for October. 15th. But it doesn't mean he's going to be in the hospital through the rest of the campaign, and we may see a newer and better Donald Trump emerged from Walter Reed. For now, all signs are that he's resting and that this is not anything that Americans should be nervous about. John. We know the Corona virus hits each individual differently, assuming the best for the president, where he quarantines for the 14 days and gets through this What is the impact on the campaign for the impact on the campaign is that right now there's an absentee candidate that the president cannot have is make America great again Rallies. He cannot debate He cannot issue pronouncements, although one as the impression after covering Donald Trump for the past four years that no hospital and no confinement Ooh! Ah hospital bed is going to keep him away from his tweeting. Uh, hey, certainly can campaign that way. And another thing. We have a long history in America of candidates who are hospitalized or injured who actually do well as their supporters carry on for them. When he made his first center base in 1948 Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was laid up for a period with very brutal, Cole. His wife, Lady Bird and others served is very effective Speakers and he went on to win hard fought race. I know of a case of another candidate, Arch war who was elected governor of West Virginia after surviving a helicopter crash. So just because it candidate is hospitalized or unhealthy doesn't mean it's a foregone conclusion. He'll lose well, John. Obviously, we know the polarization across the country and the polarization in the media. And there will be a lot of talk about the 25th amendment, and I just wanted to get sort of a factual look. At the 25th amendment. So when people hear the pundits talking about it, they understand it. Alright, 25th amendment was passed. In the late 19 sixties. It is known as the Presidential Succession Amendment. Its functions are twofold. One Puts into law what had been an informal agreement between presidents and their vice presidents. For a long time before them. And that means when the president is incapacitated, say is when he goes under the knife. For surgery, He turns over the powers. Of his office to his number two who effectively becomes acting President Richard Nixon served his acting president after a heart attack. President Dwight Eisenhower, and after a mild stroke, the president suffered Similarly, when Lyndon Johnson had surgery, Hubert Humphrey was the acting president and Dido for George H. W. Bush. Under Ronald Reagan when he had cancer surgery in his second term. The other part of the amendment is that if the vice president succeeds to the presidency, he or she can then designate Vice president that the Senate must give its advice and consent to I might add that when a president is declared unable to continue in his office for health reasons, the 25th amendment can be invoked. By the vice president and his succession to the top job can be insured. Post debate. Polls are now being released Thursday morning, NBC News National Polling had Biden up 7.9 points over President Trump Real clear politics showing Biden with a 6.6 lead over Trump Fivethirtyeight national polling tracker gave Biden the 7.6 advantage. President didn't seem to gain any ground whatsoever in the debates. Possibly lost some ground. What's your analysis is, we move forward. First of all, I do believe that the polls accurately reflect The post debate. Momentum is with Joe Biden, and it has very little to do with the debate itself. But with the media's interpretation of how candidates Trump and Biden acquitted themselves on national television, and of course, the opinion off the punditocracy is almost unanimous. The president was ruled. He interrupted. He had no consistent thought. And Joe Biden was a gentleman. That is their opinion. Which is being repeated by a lot of people. There's two factors that leaves this reporter to say that these numbers might have flaws in them. The first is the hidden vote. There's a lot of people, certainly, as was the case in 2016, who just won't admit they're voting for Donald Trump. Obviously they do so when they're in the voting booth. The other is that Joe Biden right now, by being cool, is holding on and appearing a front runner. Did. Donald Trump loses the debate? It all depends on who you ask. Chuck Booth, commentator and conservative activists from Nevada said the president decided to use this format to speak directly. To his base of supporters and try and rally them to the polls. He compared the president's performance and his refusal to abide by Time outs to the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid when Butch is facing a much larger man and challenges him to a knife fight. And then says, but we have to go through the rules. The other man says there's no rules in a knife fight at which point which kicks him. And effectively weakens and subdues him. That's what the president's goal Wass with Joe Biden and to his base, he succeeded. So let's turn to the impact on the Senate and the Congress a lot of business to attend to, including the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We take pause for well wishes from Democrats. But as we can see in the Chuck Schumer tweet, it is a one sentence pause. And then we're back into politics. Here's what he said Friday night. We now have two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who have tested positive for covert and there may be more. I wish my colleagues well, so that's the nicety. And here's the politics. It is irresponsible and dangerous to move forward with the hearing, and there was absolutely no good reason to do so. Well, I would just say that the distinguished minority leader of the Senate, Senator Schumer should look a little bit more. At the rules of the Senate as wrong is there is a quorum of senators in the committee. They could move along, particularly if chairman gavels in now what he's referring to are Senator Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Both Judiciary Committee members and both presently incapacitated by the Corona virus. Both could easily recover in a short time. Remember the Judiciary Committee hearings on drugs, Parrots nomination don't begin until the 14th of Oct over. So any judgments about Senator Tillis or Senator Lee? Not being in the job in two weeks is a bit premature. That's the Supreme Court debate. Let's talk about the stimulus deal. New York Times Reporting. Speaker Pelosi said that the president's positive Corona virus test could change the dynamic and produce a Nagre mint on additional pandemic relief. But a compromise remains elusive. The gist of it from Speaker Pelosi is that now the Republicans will take Corona virus more seriously. Well, where do we
Unemployment claims remain stuck above 1 million
"The big picture with you, Mark. What do you sing about? Jobless numbers first. Sure, John. Good to be with you. Of course, every Thursday. Thes numbers have taken on much more significance for the last five plus months. And this is the new claims for unemployment benefits. And in the latest week we remained above a million new claims down by about 100,000 from the previous week. So we're not making a lot of progress here. We're still seeing about 27 million Total Americans. Basically making a claim of some kind of latest week that includes or in the latest measure, I should say that includes the pandemic of insurance program as well. So you know, we're still very much in the thick of this economic downturn. And you know we're getting closer now to the time and we'll get the August employment report. Why don't you tell us where we stood for the nation as a whole? I should mention state of Illinois was one of the exceptions where we saw an increase in many states did report decreases the new claims this week and so in Illinois, we're up by 28,000. An increase in jobless claims. That is exact more people unemployed in Illinois.
Trump's Loyal Wing Man Pence Gives RNC Speech On Wednesday
"The Republican National Convention enters Day three and tonight The list of speakers will include more Trump family, White House staff and vice President Mike Pence, who will be the headliner? The veep won't be speaking from the White House. Instead, he'll be at Baltimore's historic Fort McHenry. Let's dive a little deeper on who's up there talking points and how the convention is faring with Politico co founder John Harris High you, John Good afternoon. So let's start with Mike Pence. Any idea why he chose Fort McHenry for his speech and what theme he will be addressing Well, it certainly is. Ah, majestic setting. If you've ever been up there in Baltimore, the theme he's going to be stretching is like the others. Donald Trump's Competence in leadership. It's really the the rebuttal to the indictment the Democrats made so persistently against him a week ago. Ah Ah, and then also when a vice president speaks to a convention like this, obviously, in most instances, they're also looking to the future. Might he be the one accepting the Republican nomination four years ago? And so certainly that is on his mind. Outgoing adviser Kellyanne Conway speaks tonight, John She has been a steadfast ally and important voice for the president, any idea what she'll be touching on as she winds down her tenure? Yeah, I think that she is going to be part of the reassurance campaign. This convention. Hillary so far has been one mobilisation. Getting the Republican base worked up. Primarily, they're doing that with indictments. Ah, warning that Joe Biden would be a terrible leader and then also it's about reassurance. People who think that President Trump is too this or too volatile. Ah, they're looking for voices to say. He's actually steady year or more empathetic presence. Then he's portrayed in the media. And I am guessing Kellyanne Conway will do a little of both those but more on the reassurance. So we saw the other day the Nielsen ratings for the first night. We're down for the Republicans. The Democrats had more people that particular night. Is there any way to know what this point whether the convention is striking a tone and message that's resonating positively with Americans? It's really hard in this environment, Hillary. The thing we always look to from a convention is what the bounce usually you can see, Uh, parties and their nominees go up in the polls immediately following Conventions. I think this year is a little different for a couple of reasons. One. The country's already so divided how many people are really being moved by these events, and then also, as we've seen, the ratings are down. This isn't a real convention essentially to three hours a night of political programming, and I think it's unlikely that's going to have a big echo as measured in public opinion polls. All right, John, as always good talking to you. Thanks so much. 00 That's politico co founder John Harris. Let's
miami - Horse Rescued After Getting Trapped On Wooden Bridge In Plantation
"Dr Tiffany. I'm so glad you sent us. Attacks Year a superhero today. Tell everyone what happened yesterday. Got Hi good morning everybody. John Good Morning. So yesterday I got a call Equine Veterinarian in South Florida. And I got a call yesterday about a horse that fell through a bridge in one of the local parks. Yeah, and you know we went obviously and Yeah that the horse was Yeah, he had his his hind leg the bridge and he was Kinda. You know stuck. They're trying to get out so yeah. We call the Fire Department And they came, and they were absolutely amazing the DVD and or sorry Davey Fire Department and they came, and they came with their boom truck, and you know we sedated the Horse, and they lifted them out of the bridge, and we brought him over to the grassy area to recover them and somehow some way. He's doing just fine this morning. I also. Know that you know. Aren't the same as dogs and kittens because horses are big big animals, and they have those long long legs, right Dr Tiffany and so Y- treating a horse is the same as treating a smaller animals, so you got to be really careful right so. I saw the video of you guys leading the horse away, and he was just moving, or she was moving slowly. It was so so beautiful what you guys did. It was great. We love seeing that. Thank you, yeah, yeah! I really wanted to share that you know just with everything. That's so bad. You know everything negative. That's going on I. You know and I'm not usually the one to talk in front of cameras or anything like that, but you know personally. Personally, like I lost my brother at the beginning of Kobe, and now my my great grandmother maybe has a day or two left she one hundred and three. So you know for me. I just I really wanted to share something positive because there's just been so much bad stuff happening around us, so you guys are always so positive so I. I wanted to share that with everybody.
China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters
"China expels three Wall Street journal reporters sub head China revoke the press credentials of three wallstreet journal report is based in Beijing the first time in the post Mao era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time to help us understand this puzzle and also to look beyond this to the up to students of the reporting out of China these last weeks of the covert nineteen crisis we welcome Jonathan ward author of China's vision of victory Jonathan the expulsion of the newspaper reporters for a regime that is fussy about its world image does this make sense our it does this demonstrate in some fashion the brittleness of the Communist Party good evening to good evening John good evening court it's going to be well I I think in reality this is an old piece of the playbook for great for Beijing not just the expulsion of journalists but the desire to control the narrative and they've been doing this to countries with the think they have sufficient power to do so for quite a long time since the days of now say don't next on this with Indian media back in the days of the border where they are doing this in South Asia even today where you have investors from China telling individual newspaper editors of the call that they can't publish this or that on China and today they think they can do this to the United States and it's very similar I think to what they did with the NBA at the end of last year where the essentially said you can't say this you know tweeting about Hong Kong and then asking for an official in the NBA to be hired so this idea that China can intimidate or whether it's media entities are business entities I mean the shows I think if anything the confidence that China has today to state that it can control the narrative not only inside China but outside China because of course the Wall Street journal is being tried as far as I'm aware and so are you know many of the you know weeds in which we use media outside they seek to influence all so a lot of this you know just says to me you know one China's political system is to simply incompatible with that of the United States is incompatible with the modern world and kind of power is growing far too great and that is what we will have to deal with going forward Jonathan you talk about confidence of the senior Chinese leaders let me put this another way so for instance right now those senior leaders face an existential crisis for themselves and for the regime and they need the help of for instance the United States and yet they're doing something that is just going to aggravate their image problems in Washington and elsewhere I would think that this is an instance of China lashing out doing something that is against its own interests and shows therefore that something is really wrong in Beijing what do you think of that theory and and how do you parse through it as you go forward I think we have to understand what China's leaders think that China's interests are this is not a nation state whose regime has hearing that essentially it can unleash a billion people on the world and and come to rule the world because of that so they're very much in their own ideology when it comes to how to appeal power in the sense of what they've achieved in the last thirty years of their sentences so you know the whole idea of the great the Cuban nation of the Chinese nation which is the central narrative of the Communist Party the idea that they will rule the world by the year twenty forty nine the belt and road will be built me to try to twenty twenty five will allow them to dominate every major industry and these ideas have not gone away even with coronavirus on the other hand what you have had is is a a real you know almost shut down slow down in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of this year that I think is is is yes putting the pressure on and showing the world that our dependency on China is going to come at two great a price I mean all sorts of companies initially sought apple missed quarterly earnings and such and those that are really buying into the idea that China will continue to ascend we're gonna have a very tough decade going ahead because of China's confrontation with the United States and I I think that the sense of destiny the sense of the great because the nation that's held by the Communist Party and its core leadership is absolutely a very dangerous path for China because it leads to this confrontation with the world and that that needs to control essentially information even in a time of crisis home Jonathan he maybe I'm out of touch maybe I don't see this but my sense is listening to what you're saying is that we're talking about a leadership in Beijing which is kind of view of the world which doesn't correspond to anything that we know because China right now does appear to be weak and I don't think that they got the position to be able to intimidate countries for very much longer because what we have seen during this crisis is the one victim the one real problem for Beijing is that it's lost its image of invulnerability so I would argue based on what you say China's leaders are just themselves out of touch I think it depends on what the world does to come together against essentially through the rise of China at this point I mean look at what we in Britain and businesses causing huge problems for the US U. K. special relationship and look at China's economic ties in Southeast Asia and the way that that creates a difficulty I think for diplomacy in our ability to bring country centerfold I mean they're able to accomplish a great deal and it's still requires a concerted effort from the rest of the world I think to to say that China's ascendancy at this point cannot go too much further if they're going to have a regime like this and I don't think the world has come together to do that yet but it's what must be done Jonathan is there one explanation for why she gin paying didn't go to the center of the virus right away he simply could Chang why didn't why didn't she go there what it what is the thinking have any leadership in the west would demand it well I I mean some analysts have pointed out that this would be consistent with you know prior for instance now and and others that remaining in control of the crisis it involves you know being pulling back and working from behind the scenes and then sending essentially another delegate out she has tried to cultivate an image of him as a man of the people but you know in this case it probably says more than anything how dangerous this fires with his dangerous yes but he is a puzzle did they have another way of looking at the world when the general doesn't leave he's not the general that said you know I I'm not being fancy here but she marching around in Beijing with a mask on was absurd well John do you know it's interesting that you say that because on social media in China many people were saying that seizure being was a coward and they contrasted him with what you mentioned the Primera Li ka chunk actually going to move on talking to doctors in a hospital and they said see Jim paying just stayed in Beijing and did a photo op yes Jonathan you know as well as I do that you the measure of the leader's how he does in crisis not how he does on a good day right that's true and I think we have yet to see with the with the real consequences are going to be in this I mean you could certainly be an interesting position it also could offer an opportunity for those who are against in circles of power to come together you know I vote for term what about your garden well you know I I just don't see how they get out of this because they're lashing out and whatever friends they need they're alienated them very quickly yes I I you know we used to tease him as being looking like Winnie the Pooh put in that mask in Beijing he didn't look anything like Pooh bear eight eight it looks like a well all right sign leave it alone Jonathan to you they were using the term Chernobyl for awhile the clock is running if that's applicable do you believe explicable because the road the clock says five years and they're gone that's what happened the Soviets is that a fair analogy we have about thirty seconds I think it depends on how well they're able to gain control of information and how effective the surveillance state that they still in you know centric social credit score and all the rest of it is I mean this is going to be a real test of he simply to tell her an apparatus they built are they able to control them that should message sufficiently to essentially roll over all the dissent that will come from this we will see Jonathan lord he is the author most recently of China's vision of victory garden Chang of the daily beast on John
China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters
"However tonight there is a twist on the reporting of the casualties and the doubts and the non transparency to twist is this headline in the Wall Street journal China expels three Wall Street journal reporters sub at China revoke the press credentials of three wallstreet journal report is based in Beijing the first time in the post now era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time to help us understand this puzzle and also to look beyond this to the up to students of the reporting out of China these last weeks of the covert nineteen crisis we welcome Jonathan ward author of China's vision of victory Jonathan the expulsion of the newspaper reporters for a regime that is fussy about its world image does this make sense our it does this demonstrate in some fashion the brittleness of the Communist Party good evening to good evening John good evening court it's good to be well I think in reality this is an old piece of the playbook for great for Beijing not just the expulsion of journalists but the desire to control the narrative and if in doing this to countries with the think they have sufficient power to do so for quite a long time since the days of now say don't need done this with Indian media back in the days of the border what they're doing this in South Asia even today where you have investors from China telling individual newspaper editors of the call that they can't publish this or that bone China today they think they can do this to the United States and it's very similar I think to what they did with the NBA at the end of last year where the essentially said you can't say this you know tweeting about Hong Kong and then asking for an official in the NBA to be fired so this idea that China can intimidate or whether it's media entities are business entities on the shows I think if anything the confidence yeah China has today to state that it can control the narrative not only inside China but outside China because of course the Wall Street journal is beyond trying this person aware and so are you know many of the you know we'd in which we use media outside and they seek to influence all so a lot of this you know just sense to me you know one China's political system is to simply incompatible with that of the United States is incompatible with the modern world in China's power is growing far too great and that is what we will have to deal with going forward Jonathan you talk about confidence of the senior Chinese leaders at this another way so for instance right now those senior leaders face an existential crisis for themselves and for the regime and they need the help of for instance the United States and yet they're doing something that is just going to aggravate their image problems in Washington and elsewhere I would think that this is an instance of China lashing out doing something that is against its own interests and shows therefore that something is really wrong in Beijing what do you think of that theory and and how do you parse through it as you go forward I think we have to understand what China's leaders think that China's interests are this is a a nation state crews Regina has hearing did essentially it can unleash a billion people on the world and and come to rule the world because of that so they're very much in their own ideology when it comes to how to appeal power in the sense of what they've achieved in the last thirty years of their sentencing so you know the whole idea for great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation which is the central narrative of the Communist Party the idea that they will rule the world by the year twenty forty nine but the open road will be built made in China twenty twenty five will allow them to dominate every major industry these ideas have not gone away even with coronavirus on the other hand what you have is is a a real you know almost shut down slowdown in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of this year that I think is is is yes putting the pressure on and showing the world that our dependency on China is going to commit to great a price I mean all sorts of companies in the service on apple missed quarterly earnings and such and those that are really buying into the idea that China will continue to ascend okay never very tough decade going ahead because of China's confrontation with the United States yeah I I think that the sense of destiny the sense of the great because the nation that's held by the Communist Party and its core leadership bond is absolutely a very dangerous path for China because it leads to this confrontation with the world and that that needs to control essentially information even in a time of crisis Jonathan he maybe I'm out of touch maybe I don't see this but my sense is listening to what you're saying is that we're talking about a leadership in Beijing which is kind of view of the world which doesn't correspond to anything that we know because China right now does appear to be weak and I don't think that they got the position to be able to intimidate countries for very much longer because what we have seen during this crisis is the one victim the one real problem for Beijing is that it's lost its image of invulnerability so I would argue based on what you say that China's leaders are just themselves out of touch I think it depends on what the world does to come together against essentially to the rise of China at this point I mean look at what we in Britain this is causing huge problems for the US UK special relationship and look at China's economic ties in Southeast Asia and the way that that creates the difficulty I think for diplomacy in our ability to bring countries into a folder mean they're able to accomplish a great deal and it's still requires a concerted effort from the rest of the world I think to to say that China's ascendancy at this point cannot go too much further if they're going to have a regime like this I don't think the world has come together to do that yet but it's what must be done Johnson is there one explanation for why she didn't being didn't go to the center of the virus right away he simply could Chang why didn't why didn't she go there what it what is the thinking any leadership in the west would demand I mean some analysts have pointed out that this would be consistent with you know prior for instance now and and others that remaining in control of the crisis it involves you know being pulling back and working from behind the scenes and then sending simply another delegate out she has tried to cultivate an image of him as a man of the people but you know in this case it probably shows more than anything how dangerous this fire threatens dangerous yes but he is a puzzle did they have another way of looking at the world when the general doesn't lead he's not the general that's it you know I'm not being fancy here but she marching around in Beijing with a mask on was absurd well John do you know it's interesting that you say that because on social media in China many people were saying that seizure being was a coward and they contrasted him with what you mentioned the Primera Liga Chung actually going to move on talking to doctors in the hospital and they said see Jim being just stayed in Beijing and did a photo op yes Jonathan you know as well as I do that you the measure of the leader's how it does in crisis not how it does on a good day right that's true and I think we have yet to see with the with the real consequences are going to be in the Sunni could certainly be in a dangerous position it also could offer an opportunity for those who are against in circles of power to come together you know I'd love for term where does your garden well you know I I just don't see how they get out of this because they're lashing out and whatever friends they need they're alienated them very quickly yes I I you know we used to tease him as being looking like Winnie the Pooh but in that mask in Beijing he didn't look anything like Robert eight eight it looks like a well all right sign leave it alone Jonathan do you they were using the term Chernobyl for awhile of the clock is running if that's applicable do you believe explicable because the roof the clock says five years and they're gone that's what happens the Soviets is that a fair analogy we have about thirty seconds I think it depends on how well they're able to gain control of information and how effective the surveillance state that they built in you know centric social credit score and all the rest of it is I mean this is going to be a real catastrophe something to tolerate apparatus they built are they able to control connection message sufficiently to essentially roll over all the dissent that will come from this we will see Jonathan war he is the author most recently of China's vision of victory garden Chang of the daily beast I'm John Batchelor
Coronavirus: Big jump in new cases, deaths declared as diagnosis method tweaked
"Morning a big jump in the number of coronavirus cases in China Bloomberg John Tucker's following the developments and joins us live good morning John good morning may for new cases of corona virus jump by fifteen thousand as who bay province revised its method for accounting infections total deaths in China have not risen past thirteen hundred there now sixty thousand cases worldwide and the biggest political fallout so far for the epidemic the Communist Party secretaries for who bay in the city of Wuhan were removed meantime an American who was brought home a state department flight from central China has become the fourteenth person with the infection in the
2020 March for Life: Trump courts anti-abortion voters
"John is is the White House correspondents she political columnist at The newsmax dot com and he has been where the news has been made this week John good morning good morning and I'm just resting up from a very long day at the March for life the forty seventh March for life the first time United States president has attended and spoken you were there give us a sense of the message and the crowd response what one sees signs that say god bless president trump or most pro life president in history I think you know what direction the crowd is going to and let me say as one was covered more marches for life and I remember this was one of the largest and it was assuredly the youngest people in high schools and colleges proudly carrying their high school and college banners were marching and kept coming and coming there were even people from grammar schools and home school children one of whom carried a drawing of a squirrel looking up saying please don't abort the baby humans most importantly this is a crowd that was clearly energized by the president who delivered a brief message but a powerful one he said that the cause is human life he also pointed out a clear sign that he's going to make this a campaign issue that Democrats almost to a person in the house of representatives oppose any limits on abortion even when it's a live baby he also pointed out that Democrats in New York upon passing a very liberal abortion laws sheared something that truly resonates and here it tastes the marchers and in the end he said I love you all needless to say I asked the number the marchers what they thought about the impeachment hearings and the current impeachment trial going they dismissed all about one young man from a private university in Maryland said to me simply you'll be there next year Tom's Simi father of six said he and his wife say there's some good in the world and there's some evil in the world implying that that's what the impeachment was about and that he and his wife and children pray for the president and his family every night or what they're going through now I would say Donald Trump spoke and made history yesterday and it's a history that's going to be remembered
Disney Gains After Results as Analysts Look Ahead to Streaming
"Now investors are like what they're seeing from Disney shares are up five percent in early trading after profit topped estimates anticipation is also high for the debut of Disney plus next week and will burst on Tucker joins us live now with more good morning John good morning Karen CEO Bob Iger who turned it Disney of Hollywood's most successful movie studio is now betting on its family focus streaming service Disney plus which launches November twelfth yeah I think about what we saw the consumer reaction to be we certainly feel good about the product is going to the market place next week and we'll know a lot more in just a few days Disney also reached an agreement to put its new streaming service on Amazon Sam song and L. G. devices insuring the company's going to have access to tens of millions of viewers and with the idea of spending money to make money Disney reported about a sixty six percent drop in quarterly profit to pay for the Netflix style streaming service on like Netflix a Disney plus will charge only seven dollars a
Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries
"Two American scientists and one from Japan will share this year's Nobel Prize for chemistry the prize goes to John good enough of the university of Texas at Austin Stanley winning have a Binghamton university in New York and a cure Yoshino of Japan the scientists will share the prize for their work developing lithium ion batteries the ninety seven year old good enough is the oldest person to be awarded the Nobel Prize in any
Chemistry Nobel shared by 2 Americans and 1 Japanese researcher
"They change the way energy is stored help combat climate change by reducing reliance on fossil fuels and led to the creation of new cars and cell phones now three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing lithium ion batteries they include ninety seven year old American John good now life is a journey I am very grateful for the invitation I have to come to the university of Oxford at the time that was a chemist the other scientists sharing the chemistry chemistry prize are British and
Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'
"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they worked on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars who have yet to stop second I mean how did all this new thought that's then ultra in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's Ms Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here what's going on here what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who who have not you know grown up with batteries real sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so light and they hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis when oil companies were trying to diversify their energy activities and so now you know many you know years later it's being thought of in a different kind of way interesting reminder of how science works too because he's a three different people sharing the prize but they're different people in different parts of the world right they were working together but they're working on the same problem yeah they kind of picked up problems each one made a little step forward and then the next person picked it up and took it the next way now thanks so much thank you that's an peers now greenfield voice with word the three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on lithium ion
Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'
"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they work on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars can stop second I mean how did all this new thought yes the announcement in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's M. Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here but maybe people don't quite even understand the basic technology the charges everything what's going on here what they did what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I'll because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who if not you know grown up with batteries really sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so late in the hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that it fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis
The Battle of the Cornflakes
"February nineteen eight in louisiana. Intrepid woman in a lace fringed petticoat makes her way through the streets of jefferson city. She pauses at the corner of magazine berlin across the way is the creole cottage that houses her local grocer. She smooths her skirt fixes her face with more confidence than she feels and heads ads for the stores swing doors will kellogg put her up to this and not just her but all the women of america is latest commercial for kelloggs cornflakes cheaply dares women to wink at their grocer and quote see what they get for nineteen hundred eight. These ads are bold old and racy stuff but it's working beautifully now like thousands of others. This woman's taking kellogg up on the bear in her case. There's something more at stake. She's been looking for a reason to wink this particularly sweet store on her for some time. Now the grocer dressed in a white shirt and suspenders notices the woman the moment she enters good afternoon ms coleman. What may i get you. This fine day like she's for hearst miss. Miss coleman says nothing. She just winks the grocer smiles. You've seen those kellogg's ads my right. Ms coleman blesses well. Here's what that wink gets you this here. Free box of kellogg's toasted corn flakes a gift from the company. The grocer fetches. She's a white box off the shelf behind him and puts it on the counter. Oh what most wonderful surprise miss coleman notices something odd about the box wchs it looks like a box of cornflakes but it's not it's actually a box of kelloggs toasted rice flakes rice flakes. I did not know they made rice flakes. The grocer glances at the box. Oh i'm sorry ms coleman gave you the wrong bucks. The boxes do look very similar as is the grocer gets a box of cornflakes. Ms coleman looks again at the rice flakes or rice flakes pleasant. I've not tried yet but it it is made by kellogg's so i imagine it'd be pretty good in that case. I'll i'll buy a box n._b._a. Could try them and tell you what they're like. I'd like that very much. Coleman appraises ten cents same as cornflakes moments later this coleman leaves with her free box of cornflakes and the rice flakes and an excuse is to talk to the handsome grocer again but what she doesn't realize is that those rice flakes the same kellogg who makes cornflakes they're made by his brother dr john harvey kellogg and the confusion john's created with his branding is driving his younger brother nuts will thought his battles with john were over but now his brother's stealing his customers and will won't stand for it. He's no longer the downtrodden little brother subservient servian to john's every cruelty today. He's a successful industrialist with money and resources of zone dr john harvey kellogg. No longer has an underling underling to prop himself up. He's about to be shown up by the least likely person imaginable someone. He spent his whole life calling worthless from wonder this is american innovations and i'm steven johnson on the last episode. The kellogg brothers discovered the secret making flaked breakfast cereal. The masses had only just been introduced to ready to eat cereal created by their very own former battle creek sanitarium patient charles post. That's bird will keep kello to finally break free from his brother and found the battle creek toasted corn flakes company. Now it's nineteen. The weight and the tables are turning on the brothers lifelong few as it happens. The country is in the throes change to john will play a role in a sinister scientific movement laying the groundwork for unfathomable atrocities within his lifetime. Both the siblings have lasting impacts on america as we know it today safe but only one we'll give the name kellogg the meaning it's remembered by this is episode three battle of the brand it's august nineteen a week and we'll kellogg heads down mainstream in battle creek. A straw hat shielding his bald scalp from the summer heat. The look on his face is far from sunny. That's because the cereal tycoon is preoccupied with thoughts about his brother's latest intrusion on his business us right now he's trapped in his thoughts to notice just how dramatically he and john have transformed the town of their youth back then it was a small country settlement now it pulses with the wonders of modernity red and green trams rattled down the streets lined with electric lights lights and telephone poles the constant influx of new arrivals fuels a construction boom in a growing downtown marketplace factories are everywhere and they're not only turning out the breakfast. Foods battle creek is famous for their also making the ovens boxes conveyor belts and other equipment cereal manufacturers depend and on and it all began with the kellogg brothers they put this michigan town on the map by turning the battle creek sanitarium into a world famous health resort resort they kindled local industry with their innovative ready to eat breakfast cereals but will feels no pleasure from their shared achievements when he thinks of john all he feels is spite especially today. The latest batch of acrimony began last year. You're will started it when he gave his battle creek toasted cornflake company a new name the kellogg toasted cornflake company will new john john would object to the name and that he would try to use his position on the company's board to obstruct the change so we'll get the board to approve the new name while john was away in europe by the time. John got back to battle creek. It was too late. John brooded over his brother's sneaky move for a a few months and then began executing his retaliation. Just before new year's day nineteen hundred eight he resigned from the board of wills company it told will he wanted to spend more time. Focusing on the status nut food company the food business he'd formed in eighteen ninety eight is an offshoot of the sanitarium and the first thing he did was renamed his food business kellogg's food company of battle creek. The name was designed to inflate his is products with his brothers and it did now. Wholesalers roasters and customers alike struggled to differentiate between the two kellogg companies anthony's even the post office getting their mail mixed up once john begins manufacturing rice and wheat flakes. He makes his packaging indistinguishable bowl from his brother's cornflakes. The brothers have now both threatened the other with lawsuits. Their lawyers are poised for action just waiting for the word as he makes his way through downtown battle creek. We'll consider his options. He knows an ugly court battle hurt the company's brand. Getty eighty cannot stomach the idea of being exploited by his brother yet again. What's more willis obligated to defend the interests of his investors. John mauer competitor competitor a threat to the livelihoods of everyone who works at kellogg's we'll cannot sit by as sales or lost as bad as he wants to fight and when he figures he has to take one final shot at reconciliation to avoid courtroom showdown his dreadful hand-wringing is suddenly intolerable eligible to him now is the time we'll changes direction he heads north of michigan avenue and crosses the spaniel arched bridge approach that stretches over the glimmering waters battle creek he then heads west through the leafy streets and pass the sprawling fenced off grounds of the battle creek week sanitarium thirty minutes later he reaches john's large gothic revival home on manchester street will marches up painted needed white steps to the front door that twenty room house john calls the residents he removes his straw hat mops his sweaty brow and bangs to brass door knocker john's wife ella opens the door. She's a stern woman with grey curly hair. The moment she sees will her face darkens. Oh it's you low. Ella pleasure as always is john here. L. turns her back to will and yells else. John will is at the door as they wait for john will in l. a. eyeball each other on the doorstep in frosty silence they no longer pretend not to hate each other eventually. John appears in the doorway or do you want. I want to reach an accommodation. This dispute has gone far enough l. A. snaps at will yes it has it's about time you stopped using john's good name to enrich yourself wills composure snaps me me. He's the one riding on my coattails. He never cared about the cereal business until he saw my success now. He wants it from self because he cannot stand anyone anyone but him getting the glory how dare you we both know that i am the real kellogg. They buy your cereal because they think i'm the one selling it. Your success is a parasite parasite on mine will looks down and steadies himself against the bile of his hatred. He reminds himself why he's here and forces out a reasonable tone own john. What you're doing will ruin both our companies. If this ends up in court it will embarrass us. Both l. sets off so do what john says. John cuts across his wife ellen. Please but will speak. Thank you let me clear brother. I will go to court if i must. I just hope and pray that there's a better way to resolve this after our negotiating on the doorstep john and will reach an agreement john will stop selling cereals under the kellogg nick in return will will pay john fifty thousand dollars plus additional stock in the cornflakes business. It's the two brothers shake hands but the truce lasts less than a month a few weeks later. John has a change of heart and hostilities resume for the next two years. The animosity subterfuge and retaliation escalates as does the success of their cereal companies under will's autocratic leadership kellogg toasted cornflakes company thrives nineteen ten. He's selling millions of boxes axes of flaked breakfast cereal every year john's enjoying more modest success with his newest product sterilized brand. It's a serial made from the fiber. Rich outer layer of wheat grain john's promoting it as a constipation remedy. It's a powerful selling point in one thousand nine. John sells around a hundred thousand boxes of sterilized brand. The sales of sterilized brand aren't much of a threat to will cereal empire but john's copycat packaging coaching is unlike will john refuses to add salt sugar and other flavorings to his breakfast cereals that worries