31 Burst results for "John Kind"
Gallo Homers in 5th Straight Game, Rangers Blast A’s 8-3
"Joey Gallo homered for the fifth straight game innate low went deep twice in the Rangers eight three pounding of the athletics Gallo went three for three with a walk and three RBIs while tying the second longest home run streak in club history I've always been somewhat streaky I I mean right now it's just a just and I mean nothing can go wrong for me and that's that's everywhere about what it's almost surprising John Hicks had his first home run since twenty nineteen is Texas won for the fifth time in six games the Rangers jumped on a starter Sharma night for four runs on nine hits in five innings finishing with fifteen hits winning pitcher John king allowed two earned runs despite no hitting the age for three innings of relief on the ferry
Germán Strong Following Kluber, Yanks Shut out Rangers Again
"The Yankees won their third straight as they blanked the Texas Rangers to do nothing so the Yankees win seven of ten on the road trip while the Rangers have lost nine of last ten and have not scored a run in the last twenty two winnings to mingle her mind into relievers combined on a six hit shutout her mom threw seven scoreless innings our goal is Chapman notches eleven say Dane Dunning threw six scoreless innings for Texas but the Yankees broke through with two in the seventh off reliever John King on RBI singles by pensioners G. over shallow and Aaron judge Bob Stevens Arlington Texas
"Can be tough to try and make lifestyle choices that will help build a healthier world over and over we find out that one of our habits is contributing to climate change inequality or the destruction of earth's bio-diversity even habits. We thought were healthy. Take seafood for years. We were told that fish were an important part of a good diet but now we are learning that many of the fish we are used to eating or threatened species. Seafood is the largest traded food commodity in the world and it plays an essential role in our global diet for some people. Fish are a luxury but in many of the world's poorest and fastest growing populations it's a matter of survival at the same time relentless industrial fishing methods are pushing many species to the brink. If things don't change our fishing habits could devastate ocean bio-diversity and deplete a resource that humanity needs in order to survive. Fish are in trouble but the solution may not be what you expect. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Will there always be plenty of fish in the sea. What's over seventy six percent of the world's fish now or fish fished capacity overfished or collapsing and fifty years. The earth has lost more than half of its life. We completely destroy the natural balance of fish in the world's oceans. So are we going to run out of fish. If the current way that humans are fishing continues in the current practices remaining unchecked. That doesn't set up a good scenario for our future. My name is michelle curic. And i'm the vice president for ocean policy at the world wildlife fund. In the united states the pressure the amount of fish the frequency the quantities. That fishermen are taking out a really causing many stocks to be in very bad shape in terms of their future viability. I mean fish is one of the most heavily traded food commodities that we have fishing really is a big business in two thousand eighteen. The global export market reached an estimated value of one hundred and sixty four billion dollars. Asia is the leading region in the fishing industry with china south korea japan taiwan and one outlier spain fielding the most vessels globally the european union the united states and japan or the three places that consume the most fish by volume. And it's really valuable. Many different species are very high. Cost so there is a lot of profit to be made in catching fish. We have these manmade causes. These drivers these threats that are caused by you know just better technology. Bigger boats better refrigeration easier methods of transport and we have some of the man induced natural factors like climate change which are also changing the water quality the composition the affiliation of the water. That fish call home and some species can't adapt that well they move to different parts of the ocean to have a more hospitable climate and that then raises lots of political issues about get to catch. And how many if you've ever gone fishing. You know the drill a rod align a hook some bait and maybe a boat but modern day industrial fishing looks nothing like that. The boats and many fishing fleets are essentially gigantic floating factories inside. They have all the machinery necessary to process freeze and package. Hundreds of tons of fish per day guided two schools of fish by sonar and spotter planes. Some of these ships dragnets that are over a mile long sneering whole schools of fish that thereafter and many that they aren't after to some of the methods are shocking take bottom trawling which involves dragging massive nets across the ocean floor in the hopes of sweeping up fish the process destroys coral and other ocean floor ecosystems that are essential for all kinds of life just for one catch s fish populations decline these fleets are having to travel further from land and drag their nuts deeper in order to reach their targets when it comes to fisheries. There are two things that are important to know first about one in three fish. Stocks is overfished at that means that we are catching more than the population is able to produce by his branch. I'm the director of fisheries at the foot and organiz ation of the united nations. And i'm also a professor at the university of exeter in the uk to have an analogy with john king. We are eating into the capital rather than just using the interest that doesn't mean that we collapsing. The population is just. This is not sustainable. We need actually to change that. But we see a dichotomy of what is happening. Between developed countries and developing countries in developed countries. We see increasingly an improvement in sustainability status in developing countries. We see the opposite. We see it decrease in sustainability increasing volume of problems. Those are not easy to resolve.
Larry King's Estranged Widow Shawn Contests His Will, Claims the Two Were Working Toward 'Reconciliation'
"The estate of talk show legend Larry King is heading to court as well. His estranged wife is contesting a hand written wittle written by the late television and radio host, which excluded her from his multi million dollar fortune. John King claims the two were working toward a possible reconciliation when his health took a turn for the
"john king" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Right. So let me get the perfunctory stuff out of the way because you're like this isn't John King King? No, it's not John Kincaid. I'm not John King Gate, But I am Lord Holmes. I'm gonna be here with you on Sundays. We're gonna get to hang out together. On Sunday morning. I'm a talk show host in Chicago. I work for the CBS Sports affiliate in Chicago. The score. I've been there forever. But now I get the opportunity to talk about all sorts of things like I don't have to just Talk about the Bears Packers game, which is a playing game for the Bears. Although I'm imagining it some point today it will be on the docket of things that I want to talk about. I'm glad to be here. I love talking football cover football for really long time, But we get this in basketball and baseball stuff to trust me. There's ah lot of stuff for us to discuss. Here's what we have planned for you today. Math Fortuna is going to join me at the top of the seven o'clock hour and I got to get used to that because I'm not used to talking in Eastern time zone. Adam, the bull is going to join us at 7 40. I can't wait to talk with Adam. He's got to be so excited is Cleveland might make their way into the playoffs. My buddy Tyler done who covers the NFL? I've been dying to do a whole segment on The improvement of Josh Allen. And how a guy that I don't think completed. 58% of his passes in high school now is one of the best quarterbacks in the league. So Tyler Dunn and I are going to talk about that. Then we'll talk with Tommy Bowden. I got questions for him about the Texas job and Steve Starkey Z and taking it and why Tom Herman didn't fit And my buddy Mike call from the Big 10 network is going to join me as well. We'll talk with him about Ohio State just Putting the weapon on Clemson in that matchup with Bama coming up next Monday night again, the phone number If you wanted to join us, and I I usually don't give out the phone number before I give you a topic And don't worry. I have a topic for you. I just want to get through a couple of things, but the phone number is 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. It's actually just me trying to get used to saying the number I've had one number in my head for 10 20 years and now I have to add another one. But that's not your concern. Is it? Okay? All right. Here's the thing. I'm not a coffee guy. So getting up early in the morning. It's not a problem for me, but I'm not used to being up this early and trying to be entertaining. I am someone who likes tea. So I've got my Tia actually went yesterday to my favorite coffee house in Chicago and got my tea. And now I'm just sitting here and I thought, you know, since this early in the morning since you're driving around, or maybe you're cleaning up. We're getting breakfast ready? That I thought that I would keep it kind of calm. For at least the first segment of the show. And then maybe we can ramp our way up to being Ah, little louder. I also don't want to wake the neighbors. I'm gonna have my morning tea and just kind of discuss some of the the big picture items that are out there for you today. The news that has gone on over the last 24 hour cycle. Mostly it's football. There's a couple of basketball things in there, but mostly it's been football. I do have a question for you. This is something that as a College football fan and just so you know, so we can get this out of the way. I don't know what the over under was on me telling you this. I imagine it was probably 5.5 minutes, so the under is coming in. I'm Obama guy. Got her master's degree from the University of Alabama. My undergraduate school. DePaul didn't have a football team. So I'm now super crazy about the University of Alabama football. As a college football fan there have been There's no two stories. Here's how it happens every year. Even this year. Even this year it happened. Every year around August. We start talking about who the best teams are in the country, and over the last few years, you kind of have an idea. You know, Texas A and M's pretty good. Notre Dame's decent Bama, Clemson like you Kind of know who's good. Ohio State like you know who's going to be near the top. Of the rankings in college football. And then then what happens is that people like me get on here and go. Watch out for Texas. Oh, this Texas. You know, they you know how the how Richard program that is in Texas. So that happens and then someone else goes. You know, he's a dark horse in the Big 10 this year. Michigan. Yeah. Hardball's Got it figured out, man. He's got it figured out. This is what happens then. Usually, Michigan and Texas will get a win in September. And it'll be an impressive win over East West Day or whomever. And then it starts with, um, guys. Texas is back. Yeah, College football is better when Texas is back. Michigan will beat like Eastern Michigan. I think that they might have a shot at the Big 10 title this year. It's all going to come down to that game in Ohio State. That's all. It's going to come down to you for the University of Michigan. Did. Everything is gonna be set right? They're on their way. I can't figure out what's more annoying. I threw this out on Twitter poll probably six weeks ago. And it's crazy to me. How people responded, almost saying that it was equal. Which is more annoying..
"john king" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You're listening to the D A show. Thank you for being a part of the show today. John King Canaan for DEA on CBS Sports Radio. Well, Kevin Dexter joining us to get us caught up in the water sports here, Barrett Salih. One of the finest opinion aiders in the world of college football joins us from CBS sports around 38 minutes past the hour, and we will find out how everything's coming together on the big green egg. Today he is a An egg aficionado. Somebody who can like cook and do all that kind of stuff. I cannot. I cannot. So we'll see. Give you get Tipper, too. From Barrett today as you prepare your Thanksgiving meal yesterday I had an incident. I'd say an intern I get done with Bill writers show And I am between cars at the moment. Have a car coming, and but I don't have a car right now, and they need a car for the next few weeks, So I make a reservation to pick up a rental car yesterday. Now. When you make a reservation to pick up a rental car. And even the day before the rental car company. I'm not gonna give you the rental car company. I'm not here to slam them, but do a little research. You can find it. Ah, when you make a reservation for a rental car, and then they call you the day before to make sure that you're coming. You still want the reservation? You expect that you're going to get a good You're gonna get a good deal. Though. You're gonna everything will be fine. You show up. You pick up your rental car and everything. So I show up yesterday, Chef. Kristina drops me off. And a minutely the guy starts waving me down as I'm being dropped off in the parking lot. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. And I'm like, what's going on? Why is he waving me off? He's like, uh, we don't have any cars. I said, How can that be? You called me yesterday. We don't have any cars. All our cars are out. And I'm like, Wait a minute. I have a reservation. And just like Jerry Seinfeld said on Seinfeld in the famous episode, where they were renting a car. This is what Jerry said. You know how to take the reservation. You just don't know how to hold on. That's really the most important part of the reservation. The holding anybody could just take him willy nilly. You could describe them out of the air as Dixie inside Phil. Hoped extra scene signed phone. I hope he has I'll ask him coming up, but I gotta ask you ship flat out. I was a little hot. Long hot and you know what the gentleman said to me. We have your car. And I said, Okay, is it Is it coming in the next five minutes? Uh, Is it being gassed up? No. You could go to another location and pick it up. What he told me. So I made the reservation with you, but you could drive to another location and pick up your car. I didn't take that as a satisfactory response. I was a little hot, hot justified. Justified to be hot about that. Wait a minute. Wait a minute..
Why Michael B. Jordan was chosen as People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Sexiest man alive. Two thousand twenty is another michael jordan and just an objectively correct choice for just off the bat. I have to say listen. I both went through stints where we were bills ascent. I currently am which meant that. We brought his guests in whenever he would have celebrity guests on his podcast. And i cannot remember a male guests that made as much of a flurry among the wringer women. When he came onto the lot as michael be there were people. I won't name names but jordan liggins was sitting outside. She was like casually working outside. One day i was like weird. We're choice people were stationed across the lot to see him when he came in. It was a bath. Y'all i can think of two instances where there's gonna be s podcast guests. I like made the rounds pass. Bills office just right. You know why. Advisory michael jordan was one of them. I actually was surprised. I'm shocked he has not been named as in the past. This suggests easy choice. Like it's easy in the best way like he is people sector the people's sexiest man. I cannot believe this hasn't happened yet. I agree i. This is my. I was surprised about this choice because it was just kind of seemed to obvious where he had he should have won it before. And i kinda thought if he hadn't done it before then like he just wasn't quite what they were looking for which is wrong and also i was like what is he done this year because usually when they pick these things. It's someone who has really been in the news who has had some huge project you know it was the rock. It was blake shelton when he was like the voice. You know it was john legend and it's usually like tied to someone who's just been in the news a ton and had a really big year so when it was michael jordan i was like what was he in this year. However twenty twenty three movies so through all that could be during his done with. Tsa in his profile is he's donated to charities. He has been at home as all the responsible celebrities have been doing and like sitting at home donated the charities and being hot. it's just like peak twenty twenty. So i apologize to michael jordan for thinking that it wouldn't be him because that's all you have to do is twenty twenty and that's great happy for him. Each year grows more and more embarrassing than blake. Shelton was named anyway. Okay so let's go to some of the people we thought we're to be named the sexiest man of twenty twenty. So gotta give a quick shot to our producer. Kinda you can jump in if you'd like but i say who thought it was going to be. Which is dr fauci or shawn. Mendez goes on. I just the spectrum of twenty twenty runs from dr fauci tucson mendez. I really thought. I would something dr fauci as you were. Yeah amanda the moment. He had a bigger year totally. I was thinking. Chris cuomo john king obviously big cnn. Gal i thought it was joey king for a second. I was like joey king. That'd be cool. Little switch up kissing booth three. I don't Also thought. Jason derulo oliver tiktok. I thought chance the rapper. Maybe patrick mahomes the athlete not to flex on my sports knowledge. I'm dan love you. Who was in shits creek. Big actress doctor and a lot of these people were in the issue so we actually had a lot of good guesses in terms of who would be included because like we said they have a lot of little sexy participation trophies to hand out My predictions for the cover. As you know. I'm just to online and sometimes i think that the people who are talked about online are the people that the rest of the world is also obsessed with. What's actually michael jordan's a peak internet boyfriend. So actually i do. I think i was on the right track. I thought it would be a chris evans and pine both had a shot. Because they obviously chris evans very politically active This year and then chris pine has wonder woman coming out and christmas. So i thought maybe he had a shot. Kiat was a long shot just because he would never agree to this. I don't think i think he's overdue. He won a long long time ago. Let's bring back. He was also included in the sexiest happily settled guy which was category so he did get a he got he got something in there and then i said robert pattinson who i don't know if you would be into this like seeing repents and twenty twenty people shoot just seems like a weird fit but maybe next year when he's batman. I thought i was like you know. Let's just give it to brad pitt. Again twenty twenty. It's kind of a throwaway year or so like just give it to him again. like church. sure he hasn't had it in like what. Ten years repeats list over time over the decades. Sure exactly. he's still
Zverev, Paris and uncomfortable silence
"Hello and welcome to the tennis booker sporty from a slightly happy place than are lost. Tennis podcast the world is a slightly happier place because dogs are to return to the white house champ and major two german shepherds at one of them arrest key. The white house's i ever rescue dog momentus occasion. They will be. They will be moving in january. Happy days are in more than that. A reason. i mean that's enough on. Its own aside from everything else. What sort of history is there of dogs in the white house. Deny all up until two sixteen a beautiful illustrious history of of dogs in the white house the obamas had a couple of remember. Bill clinton had a think a black lab. Dogs in the white house is very much a thing or have been until until twenty. Sixteen that Bruce springsteen of course pointed out in one of his Bits of campaign materials but yet and major to two german shepherds. They look lovely and they are. They are very Welcome addition to well democracy. Yes that is the big news of the weekend. So yeah that's what's been happening in the world. How are you feeling. E still glued to see an matt you have. You filled the void in your life. Are you still following the as yet incomplete arizona. Count by the minute. no. I'm not actually i have. I have detach myself from cnn. Since saturday or sunday. I finally let go. I feel like. I've made of made some friends there though. I'll probably be checking in on them every now and again. Over the next four years. I think i really did admire their coverage and forecasting and it really did make me feel a lot more informed about the election than i've ever been had been before so yes i feel like i owe them some sort of commitment in the future but just it's been quite nice for the last twenty four hours to have let go because literally it on the entire time and it was fortunate because it meant i did see the moment that they called it. I think they were the first ones. And i know a lot of people that had it on for four straight days and then kind of miss the actual moment. My sister was complaining about that. But i i did have it on in the background. I fell asleep with cnn. On phychi consecutive nights and i dreamt about john king on both of those nights so that is the twilight zone vortex that while i was just sort of in the room with him while he was doing while he was doing his touchscreen analysis just sort of there and and part of it which was great great. I hope john king that you. You're having a lovely long sleep if you're listening which i'm sure you're very alicia. We've listened enough to him. Yes exactly it would only be polite now. Well let what's happening. There was also tennis unfolding in paris tournament. Won by in three sets yesterday in the final over alexander zverev. We are going to be talking about that and other significant results from paris. this week. We're going to be looking ahead to lince the final remaining tobita tournament of the year which is just getting underway as we record on monday and also the tournament in severe this week on the tool breaking news. Rough on adult did not enter. Qualifying in severe novak djokovic is the confirmed year end number one for six time but unfortunately we we have to start off with something that is sort of a bigger more significant story than than all of that and a very very unpleasant one we. We've covered it Briefly appear until now in our previous podcasts and as we said i think on thursday we were expecting this big interview done by ben rothenberg as it turns out in bracket magazine one of the publications that he contributes to not the new york times as we were expected but in in rocket magazine. A a big interview and account from olea sharapova. The former girlfriend of parents finalist alexander zverev who has made allegations of physical and emotional abuse against alexander zverev. The this was a very very indepth account that she gave ben rothenberg in racket magazine. They spent two hours together at a family. Friend's house in new jersey family friend of Of sharp over. I would urge you to read the piece so that you can hear her story feel self and make up your minds about how you feel about it but it certainly incredibly harrowing and saddening account. It's very very difficult to read. She details Allegations of abuse taking place at the twenty nineteen. Us open at the labor cup in one thousand nine hundred and live in a number of incidents she alleges at serves home in monaco. Over the course of that year. She doesn't go into detail about the end of their relationship. She said that's something she may or may not tell a delay date but she talks about having her head hit against the wall about being smothered with a pillow. She talks about taking making an attempt on her own life during this period. It's an incredibly distressing account. And it's one that has been put to alexander zverev over the course of the week in paris. He obviously released that instagram statement. A week ago at the time. That sharapova initially made the allegations on her instagram we. We read out verbs statements at the time but since this more detailed account from sharapova came out of his been been given the opportunity to to comment further on off his first round win over michigan. Catch mana vich in paris. He was. I think this was on wednesday. He was asked. I wanted to find out. How do you manage to stay focused with your tennis court with everything that you've been having to deal with off the court. He said very well. I'm here to play tennis. See now i've been doing well the last few weeks since the comeback of the season. I want to continue doing that as you said. There is oversee a little bit of things going on. There is some very good news. I think yeah. I'm happy to be here and playing tennis
"john king" Discussed on KOMO
"Jets sayings John King up where she left off in the latest debate she came out swinging at Michael Bloomberg the billionaire who axes as a bad history with women and defends racist policies we just put it this way substituting one and therefore I know and it was on to the issues the U. S. senator says anti corruption in DC would be on the top of her to do list this call most call Miller reported Seattle and king county are hoping a new transit corridor on Columbia street will speed up the commute for thousands of metro riders the new Columbia street transit pathway runs to and from Alaskan way in Third Avenue king county executive Dow Constantine says it will help twelve bus routes serving riders to purion white center in west Seattle because of our shared vision shared vision for the region's future to move people safely and efficiently throughout the entirety of king county and the centrifuges sound the new transit corridor in bus lanes opened yesterday Chinese doctors and hospitals are strange struggling to keep up with the corona virus but is como Suzanne Phan reports some local organizations are stepping in to help you A. game is with the C. moms club a group of two hundred moms around Seattle they collected ten thousand protective suits and twenty two hundred faith math as well as gloves and goggles to send to China there is a thirteen billion people who needs a mask every day and they are numerous of doctors who are facing this risk indeed they need more all the donations from both groups are now on the ground and in the hands of doctors and medical staff who need it the most hello we are so happy to see that Dr Scott those materials to help themselves any single Huntington eventual Thompson will for the book until the condition the quill when doctors and nurses in China receive the donated massive protective suits from Seattle ATV says the medical staff was moved to tears and the moms club and ATV tell me they got help from southern China airlines as well as Hainan airlines as well as Alibaba help transport.
Biden finishes in 5th place finish in New Hampshire
"Winston Churchill once said that democracy is the worst system except for all of the others New Hampshire primary voters proving it last night by electing Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire by giving him a primary win in New Hampshire so hello in June are these primary voters well why don't we have one of these democratic primary voters sound off on exactly how she made her decision to vote in this particular election I voted for any closure tell me why I actually within an easy meaning money motive you're kidding no between literal minded in the booth in the booth well this is good news for American democracy any meaning ninety mailing deciding who exactly should be the democratic nominee for the presidency of the United States but I guess frankly it's no worse than the logic being used in order to promote Bernie Sanders an octogenarian socialists that's that's really interesting interesting some standard did when he did not win overwhelmingly and so the question is what is in here today there's one clear narrative okay so start to clear is near to the clear is here to do the job by his toast so Joe Biden finished fifth in Iowa and now he's finished fifth in New Hampshire these are brutal brutal showings for somebody may finish fourth in Iowa just ahead of any club which are it was close Hey Joe Biden finished behind Elizabeth Warren which is the state just fell on his face and that was a big story of last night because now the moderate lane is is clearing up except the Biden won't leave if I wanted to be patriotic and have this party he always said you wanna pay higher the patriotic pay higher taxes okay Joe you won't be patriotic and get the hell out of the way of this democratic primary because you ain't going nowhere CNN's John King last night he pointed out the big story was the absolutely horrendous performance by Joe by news almost sad to watch except it was sort of not sat also for vice president I'd states first know where second way up there I'll take a look at the size of that a minute but again this is I'm almost I almost don't want to do it because it's so it's it feels mean to do it we're talking about a very tiny place up here four votes to levels that to lie in the south so it feels almost me to do it but that just tells you that again you're not first you're not second you're not third in any places significance on the map that is the definition of a very bad night correct AT hideous night in fact CNN correspondent on the ground in New Hampshire announcing nobody here like we can't find a biting supporter anyway like including members of his family like even hunter is wondering about whether hundreds corrupt and whether he should vote for Jeff here is it Miguel Marquez from CNN their national correspondent announcing that they could not find a Biden voter hither or not I mean no and no where no where most surprising here is that of all the voters I've talked to when we're talking probably upwards of a hundred
Almost-EGOT Elton John,wins music Oscar
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar it is limelight been twenty five years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of it the kids is been who twenty may have seen five him years win for since lying Elton John king won his are last old enough Oscar to have their own kids and most now of the kids to see who may his have seen quarter him century win for lying drought king and the are winning old song enough to have their I'm own going kids to Love now Me to again see his from quarter his bio century pic drought rocket man and accepting the winning song it John thanked I'm going his to Love longtime Me again musical from partner his bio pic Bernie rocket Taupin man accepting who has been it John thanked his longtime the musical constant partner thing in my life Bernie Taupin when I was screwed who has been up when I was normal the he's always constant been there for thing me in my life John first when Oscar I was win screwed was up four can when you I feel was the normal love tonight he's always from been the original there for me line John first came Oscar on win Oscar was was four Gabriel can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Dog King: King of the Dogs
"Today. We Find Dog King King of the dogs sitting on His throne gazing easing out at his kingdom. It was beautiful that morning shining and bright. Like a weld shooed. Bone the lovely trash and old boxes and mattresses that usually littered the alley kingdom were hidden atop at all like a layer of sweet frosting on a stale cinnamon bun from the dumpster behind behind the donut. Shop was a layer of snow it had fallen during the night laying down a few pillowy pristine inches soon own. It would be marked by paws and tales it would be stained yellow again and again and then trampled into slush for now though it was simply leap. Perfect it's so beautiful. World Dog King said climbing upon his dirty mattress thrown he had added a Grungy Green Green Garland to his cardboard crown and they both sat crooked on his shaggy head. Isn't it gorgeous buddy. uh-huh said pickles breaking through the snow like a newborn penguin. He shook himself from tip to tail wiggling and sending snowflakes flying. The A little Chihuahua was dog king's royal assistant but how much assistance he provided was up for debate. Easy for you to say Your Highness. sinus is right. You're tall and you have snow privilege. Dog Kings scratched at one year. And then the other relocating more than a a few families of fleas and what is no privilege. Well it's simple when you squat to pee. Your rile but doesn't as to the ground. If I was meant to be in the calls I'd have more for my great aunt. Norman now was a hairy dog. Looked like a wig. On a mission auto swear dog king laughed and pulled pickles out of the snow lifting him by the scruff of the neck. Like a mother would a puppy. He sat his shaking friend in his favourite flowered bike basket. It was propped up on some crates up and out of the snowy drifts. I will take curve it dog king said and then he started digging on one side of the alley. His big shaggy pause moved mounds of snow with every scoop. Hey John King said Rambo the pit bull had just walked into the alley dragging giant gnarled log in his teeth eighth. Are you digging. I love a good dig. He got room for one more. Come on in said Don King. The digging is fine. Oh boy said Rambo leaping in and out of the snow bouncing on his paws on mcgibbin ticket revving up. I'M GONNA tunnel straight to Australia over here. Snow Rambo eventually stopped fighting the snow and started helping dog king. More dogs talks began to trickle in and some help dig kicking snow wildly and taking the occasional frenzied bite. Soon there was a clear patch of ground and the short dogs were able to conduct their business without freezing their tails off. Thank Christmas said pickles. Still Shivering I thought it was going to be more and more dogs arrived and dog. King took his seat on his throne tongue. Long lulling and snow stuck all in his coat making him look like a mangy polar bear or maybe a cloud that got into the garbage. So ooh what's on the royal scheduled. Today he asked this morning work decorating the alley pickle said it's going to be so pretty perfect and then the party. Yes party lights. Pickles started to a shake with excitement his little body trembling like a snowflake in the wind and the stuff and the square. Sweet Georgia Brown. The squeakers can't wait to sink my teeth into a good Christmas squeaker center. I've been so good I've been the goodness by Don King smiled and greeted the rest of the dogs as they arrived. Some live nearby like dog king pickles and others had homes around the city but they all came for the holiday party. Everyone was especially excited because this year for the first time they were all getting together. Early to decorate rambos giant logs started the pile but it was only the beginning. Pickles Nichols and Annie dragged in a mostly Green Christmas tree. Broadway brought him minora with mismatched candles. One of which looked suspiciously like a hotdog. Other other wrecks brought candles of his own and Luke the golden doodle brought a small drum that he had chewed up only a little just around the edges on and on they came laden with holiday supplies or food or both there were down. Nations with decorations. Pekingese steeping steeping. Tease retrievers Corgis in oodles. rotties and Beagles and poodles. There were Matz as big as reindeer and Mutt so small they could could fit in a gift box. Broadway came with a Cask of hot broth tied around her neck and she was pouring it onto lapping tongues with bad accuracy but good reviews dog. King patted down the alley to where a group was talking. Garland and Crown wobbling atop his royal head. He accepted did a mouthful and apple and knows full of hot broth from Broadway and stood with his friends. So what's with that. Big Log brought sugar pie. The Saint Bernard asked Rambo. That's a yul log. Rambo replied my mom's. Take me to the woods every year and we burned in one with a bunch of their friends. Altogether I get to chew sticks and last year I almost caught a squirrel. It's my favorite holiday. The the dogs all agreed that that sounded like a pretty excellent time. We always do Christmas said pickles. My family gets altogether even even my great aunt. And I get a stocking with my name on it and everything. And it's full of treats and a new stuffy with a squeaker I've gotten a fuzzy duck a fuzzy Moose of Flamingo Another as an elephant an alligator. We always get a Christmas Christmas tree and he said I'm always the first one to pee on it Christmas Eve my humans leave out cookies and milk and sometimes I sneak sneaker bite later I hear something in the chimney and I fall asleep when I wake up. There are presence. I wake up everyone else and we all sit under the tree and open in our presence together as a family a lot of the other dogs new Christmas and thought it was a fun day but they were divided on wrapping paper half thought that tearing it open was the best part of all and the other half thought it crinkled in a way that was entirely too spooky way do Hannukah said Bronwyn and others around. Her nodded their heads. It's around Christmas but not always at the same time. We do eight nights and my people in I all come together to celebrate the invention of lot. CAS which pancakes made a potatoes and the best food in the whole world. I like mine with sour cream and apple sauce and maybe some gravy to Hanukkah's more about the temple in Jerusalem said Dexter the bulldog but you're right about the lot 'cause in the dribbles especially the one my girls play with. They get all sticky with candy He smacked his slobbery flip. I love a good Radel. Best eight nights of the year. The next state can be a little rough though a lot of drills coming up non if you know what I mean who my family does. Seven nights said Luke ours is kwanzaa and we have seven candles plus stories. He's and dancing and the drums like a big party. All of us together. Hey have you ever chewed a good drum sometimes somtimes. They have leather in the middle. It's like the most tender rawhide you've ever chewed. You can really taste the music man man.
Accused drug kingpin linked to shooting of David Ortiz arrested in Colombia
"Meantime an accused organized crime figure who was once named a person potentially involved in the shooting of David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic is now under arrest John King pain notice says side of the abuser was one point connected to the shooting that wounded red Sox legend David Ortiz Dominican forty seven just confirmed to me that says that a media but ida was in fact captured in Colombia the forty four year old fugitive who was also wanted by the F. B. I. was arrested and got the Hannah during an operation with Dominican Colombian an American as sorties his capture comes months after raids on the island does lead to the arrest of nearly twenty people links to an organized crime ring if he is extradited to the states he will answer to federal drug trafficking charges it is WBZ TV's center ritus
White supremacist executed in Texas for dragging death of black man
"In Texas self proclaimed white supremacist, John William king as gone to his death unrepentant for the brutal murder of a black man in east Texas over two decades ago ABC's Jim Ryan in Texas and says king last night became the fourth person executed in the US this year, forty four year old John king was convicted as the leader of three men who picked up James bird junior on a country road near Jasper Texas on June seventh nineteen ninety eight chained him behind their pickup truck and dragged him until he was dead has the clock tick down to kings execution didn't say much his attitude seemed very calm put together Texas prison spokesman Jeremy diesel says king refused to make a final statement before he was pronounced dead at seven
Texas Executes White Supremacist Who Dragged Black Man to Death
"And avowed racist. Who orchestrated one of the most gruesome hate crime in recent history was executed in Texas for the dragging death of James Virginia, a black man for sister Clara Taylor had. This message witnessed the peaceful and dignified execution. John king, the savage brutal. Anime murder James Jonas seven nine hundred ninety eight really a modern day. Lynching cames Virginia was chained to the back of a truck and dragged for nearly three miles outside. Jasper Texas
"john king" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"john king" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Tonight, we renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country. I'll tell you what he had some tremendous tremendous lines in the speech. It was a tremendous speech. Again, my buddy, Craig Shirley, a real Reagan historian. Multiple books on Reagan. And it's Reagan's birthday today. One hundred and eight. And I agree that this was the best speech since Reagan best one. Which is why the meteorologist worked up they have their usual circus clowns up there with their one liners. It's incredible. Incredible. You know, they talk about the internet. And what Twitter has done? Choose me in that. Journalists should get off at Twitter. Take a vacation from Twitter having a negative influence. I see things a little differently. I really do. The internet. Whether it's Twitter or Facebook or any of the rest of them. Anyone can get on their anyone can say anything you can ignore it. You can participate and you could participate in a little corner of it. There's a lot of things you can do there. I'm not that trouble by I'm really not. I'm troubled by what's going on on these media platforms. Not the new media. The old media. Maybe I'm a contrarian. But that's what's bothering me. What's going on in the old media? The all media don't have to pay attention. Every cook that's on the internet anymore than paying attention. Every Kook that's on the street. The problem is a lot of these kooks now are dressed up as journalists and editors and producers. In the old media. Chuck todd. Is not credentials of any serious kind George Stephanopoulos. Same thing he go down the list. And then they bring in analysts and commentators who even worse. You look at meet the depressed. Meet the depressed. Republicans mostly are never Trumpers the rhinos. They're they're stable of rhinos that they bring in. Look at how quickly John king. Cut off. Rick Santorum made it obvious an intelligent point. Why would Trump bring up all of your agenda, your liberal agenda? It's his state of the union speech. And by the way. Now, you know, why Pelosi and the Democrats and the media didn't want Trump to give a speech because he gave a great speech, and it has resonated with the resonated with the American people seventy six percent say. Toyota was a very good if not great speech, and that's from CBS CNN. Now, you know, they cringe when they had a report that stuff. Now, I want to talk about the Commonwealth of Virginia. You'll three statewide constitutional offices all held by Democrats north of miss the governor. Fairfax is the Lieutenant governor. And a guy by the name of Mark herring is the attorney general and he's been in state governments since forever. It's been a state Senator and so forth. North and says, hey, that's not me on my page from my medical school in the medical yearbook in black face or the Klan outfit. Now, that's quite convenient. He apologized. And then later said well now, I decided that's not me because who can tell. One guy's in a clan. Outfit and the other guys not only in black face. But he's wearing clothes where it's difficult to tell who it is. So somebody had the bright idea while they can't tell so let's just say was a mistake. But then somebody must've known are seen him or taking a picture at another event. Michael Jackson, Dan dance event where he put shoe polish on his face. And then he's giving us instructions at his press conference. You know, he says, basically, you know, you can't put on too much of this. Because as everyone knows it's hard to take off no shoe polish goes on your shoes, not your face, you idiot. And the more people around the country. Here this clown, the more they say how the people of Regina like this guy. I'll tell you how the same damn media. The Washington Post endorsed Northam. And what are the reasons they endorsed him? They said he was a United Gillespie was not. They endorsed Fairfax for Lieutenant governor. I have no idea why they endorsed him. He's a former prosecutor that's about it. African American and then the attorney general endorsed this guy too, Mark herring. No, Mark herring comes out today and says, you know, what? I have to confess. Way back in one thousand nine hundred eighty I wore Brown makeup and a wig to look like a rapper during a party as a nineteen year old student at the university of Virginia. Now, a lot of people might say, well, that's a long time ago. Really? Did they say that during break Kavanagh's hearing now? They were looking at his elementary school records. They were they went back to the hospital. They it was born, obviously, I'm overstating, but you get the point we had grown up United States. Senators all Democrats hanging on every word that some.
"john king" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Radio. All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. All right. Welcome and good morning. You know, part of the show. It is now. Go home. No, no, no time to hear from people at CNN about the president's state of the union address. No. No. I've look I've got no problem leads. Let's analyze the criticism. Yeah. I know problem doing it. Makes this job fun. Yeah. I think big guy was talking about the going home idea. Now, remember, according to the CBS and CNN poll, which of course, they had to respond to right? As we all know seventy six percent of those watching. Or positive seventy two percent of those watching approved of Trump's immigration and illegal immigration stance. They didn't take it too. Well, no. But I've got a little back and forth there. This is John king and Rick Santorum going back and forth. Okay. And I just I love this. I absolutely love this audio cut. Because we get to respond afterwards. All right. So okay. Here we go. This is on CNN last night. Okay. I just a couple of things and back to the speech. That's a very difficult job. That's the best response democrat or Republican. I remember some years. It's a very difficult job to thankless job. But also you learn about the differences between the two parties she talked about voting rights. She talked about climate change, and she talked about guns. We did not hear any of those objects from the president of the United States Democrats believe that animates their coalition. They believe it helps them, and they believe is especially on the issue of climate change, especially this. You're voting rights. It helps them to talk about things the president won't talk about you. Can shrug all you want? They're not. Don't support any of those things. Why would you talk? Well, all Americans should want. Our president whatever the disagreements are just look at his own national security review of every leader, whatever your party should be talking about climate change. It's just debate about the president. I'd states at this moment in the world did not mention climate change. And even a sentence is just frankly the scratch. Really? It's a disgrace. And it was the one thing. That's now. Santorum didn't argue what good I I would have done it completely different way than than Santorum did. But he did get John king to the point of just a it's a disgrace. He didn't talk climate change. It's a disgrace. And what here's here's the point. What is the state of the union address when you are a president? What what what is it about? And what did we say this, especially this state of the union address should be about? It's about convincing Americans of the policies that they care about. Americans don't care about climate change independence don't care about climate change, the only people that care about climate change in this country right now. For the most part. Are the radical left all the polls showed it during the Obama administration because they were promoting it constantly and at the bottom and at the bottom still of the polling today is climate change Americans. Don't think the world's going to end tomorrow. They don't believe the world's going to end in twelve years as a Casio Cortez. Finally, head would made she lied about. Because it's okay because she's on the right side. So she can lie and fear among fearmongering that the world's going to end in in twelve years. The only thing is nobody was really. Afraid was pretty bad fearmongering because we all know on that she's nuts or was lying because there's no scientific basis to what she was saying at all. So why do you do that? If the if it's a huge problem of climate change, why do you exaggerate? Why you the world's going to to to end? Why did gore say why gore by the way, the how long now have the polar ice caps supposed to have been melted is a four years now. Yeah. It was twenty fifteen Mark fifteen the polar ice caps were supposed to be melted. Right. No. That's not the case. When all the predictions are gone people will question your theory. And that's what a lot of Americans critical thinking Americans are doing when you make the claim that climate change is the worst problem that we face today. Well, then what you're going to be asked is how come all of the solutions? We know scientifically do the opposite. As what were intended ethanol does the opposite of what it was intended puts more global warming gases into the atmosphere when you talk about renewable energy. Well, you can't be consistent on it. So you have to have. Redundancy that is built in you have to have the and this comes if you're a leftist, and you believe in climate change. This is where we're coming at you from well, then you have to win mills have to solar panels. And then you have to have a redundancy of of what of fossil fuel burning energy because we have to have consistent energy in this country because those two can had a little on. And therefore, what are you have? You have a redundancy in grid. You have redundancy in the manufacturing of all of the infrastructure needed. You actually put more global warming gases into the atmosphere by doing that. What is the only thing that has been shown to reduce global warming. What is the only country that has low western country that has lowered their global warming gases the United States, wait a minute. We didn't do we didn't join these government programs here didn't sign anything. We didn't sign anything. We didn't. We didn't sign. A we didn't put our signature to anything all the people who put their signature to everything oh aren't meeting their goals. And they're putting in policies that are doing the opposite of what they told their public. They're doing what did we do private sector frac? That was it. That's why the United States has reduced the global warming gases that we have put into the atmosphere that said, it's a very simple thing. But John king. It's a disgrace. Because that's what you believe. You may believe it a small number of of the far left may believe it. And you may be part of those that are over exaggerating it even from those, and we go to for example, Buren, lumber who we have used before who believes that man is affecting man is the the global warming gases are actually affecting what is happening that. But he doesn't agree that it is the doom and gloom. He believes that it's affecting it. But he said look at all the solutions that even if you implement all these things what will they do. Nothing. And so why are we spending all the money doing it? When the resources could be spent better is his point of view, the Democrats and the and the liberals have always tried to tell you that there's only two points, two points of view on climate change. And there's not you and I've gone through. There's like six or seven different points of view on climate change. And they can't have it. There has to be to you're either somebody who believes in climate change or climate denier climate change denier. And that's not the case. There are many people along that spectrum of beliefs as we've stated before some agree with the Democrats. The some of the absolute fearmongers, the Cossio Cortez's, the Al Gore's the Titanic guy. They're the ones that are telling you that were doomed were doomed we're doomed doomed and setting timelines that are always wrong or they admit that they're lying about a Casio Cortez. Why why would you have to lie about it? There the people that believe today. Yeah, we're affecting it in some way. But hey, everything that the left is doing is the opposite of what we should be doing. It doesn't solve the problem. It does the opposite of puts more global warming gases into the atmosphere and all the way to the other end, but there's a number of varying opinions on climate change to begin with. But the reasoning to bring it up is because Americans don't care about it and independence don't care about. It. Trump isn't trying to get the support of the far left, and he shouldn't be trying to get the support of the far left. He should be trying to get the support of independence. And what do they care about? They care about jobs and they care about illegal immigration. That's what they care the care about the here about the economy, and they care about illegal immigration. Those are the two big issues that exist out there today. Even even the whole thing on on on pharmaceuticals. There is a group of people that are always concerned about medical costs. But medical costs basically are born by the minority who had medical problems in this country. It's not the majority. I'm not saying it's an issue to be discussed. I'm talking about the politics of it. Yes. You saw that that speaker Pelosi behind closed doors, the reports say that she's been telling insurance companies don't worry about this whole push for Medicare for all. It's not going to happen. What we're gonna do is. We're gonna try and we're looking at reducing the the the cost of of pharmaceuticals that she doesn't according to the report she's been telling these insurance companies executives that that have been that she's been meeting with and talking to that. Medicare for all going to happen. Now, the story didn't go into whether or not she believes in it. Or just believes that politically it's not going to ever happen which. I think we're a ways from it happening. I don't know if ever is the word I would use. But certainly it's not going to happen with the current makeup on Capitol Hill. But the fact of the matter is you look at the issues where we're both sides are are are are are really pushing by the way, we're being told some breaking news that the ice caps are taking over parts of the upper midwest. But they can't get the streets of melt, let alone the ice caps. Well, and the other two things are voter suppression that the Democrats keep putting out there, which isn't happening, right. And and and and if a voter fraud is happening look at the example of of Texas, whether it was exaggerated, the number that the attorney general out or not is still up for some debate out there that more of a concern to people are are illegal immigrants voting, right? Then the so-called voter suppression that the Democrats keep talking about and guns. We meet what do you mean guns because as them to define it's like the word fair, ask them to define voter suppression walkers that scenario because you talk about voter ID laws and everything else. And and what are you see from the left? Well, you see radical standing in front of of of voting places would long guns. Right. And if you want to look at it, politically, that's what John king is supposed to be doing. But he wasn't doing it. Right. When he came and said, not talking about climate change is what he what he say that discussing. What did he was the term used is? Oh, I forgot the exact word that he used, but the fact is that was a personal comment because because politically you'd say no Trump's not gonna bring up climate change is not going to bring up voter suppression. He's not going to bring up. He's not going to bring up. The voter suppression is legit. He's not going to bring up the fact that we need to confiscate guns. Why? Because he doesn't care what the far leftist thinking. He cares. What independence are thinking and his basis thinking, and he's reaching out to independence, and what John king failed to mention. If you're analyzing it from a political point of view disgrace disgrace right is is that Stacey Abrams was. Feeling just to her base. That was it independence aren't talking about. Voter suppression independence aren't talking about climate change is going to do in the world. And we need to listen to a costume Cortez because it's all over in twelve years. Oops. Oh, she just admitted that she lied about it. And they're not talking about the fact that we need gun control in this country has the leftist talking about she was speaking to the base he wasn't. And that's the if you're going to be a political analyst John king analyze what happened don't sit there and cry and whine because your pact topic wasn't discussed because America really doesn't care about it. Yeah. Disgrace disgrace. Yes. You could say you could even adjunct to if you're still in the realm of true analysis, you could say for a modern president not to mention it in a speech is unconventional. You could because I mean, you could make that case because well the last guy I've mentioned it a lot. He had everyone in his cabinet mentioning it people who shouldn't mention it were mentioning it. So we get that. You know, that's still part of that that other burn..
"john king" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Welcome to the show. This is word. I radio. All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. All right. Welcome and good morning. Part of the show. It is now. Go home. No, no, no time to hear from people at CNN about the president's state of the union address. No. No. I've look I've got no problem. Let's let's analyze the criticism. Yeah. I got no problem doing it. Makes this job fun. Yeah. I think big guy was talking about the going home idea. Now, remember, according to these CBS and CNN poll, which of course, they had to respond to right? As we all know seventy six percent of those watching. Or positive seventy two percent of those watching approved of Trump's immigration and a legal immigration stance. They didn't take it too. Well, no. But I've got a little back and forth there. This is John king and Rick Santorum going back and forth. Okay. And I just I love this. I absolutely love this audio cut. Because we get to respond afterwards. All right. So okay, here we go. This is on CNN last night Booker just a couple of things back to the Stacey Abrams speech as a very difficult job. That's the best response democrat or Republican. I can remember some years. It's a very difficult job to thankless job of it. Also, you learn about the differences between the two parties she talked about voting rights. She talked about climate change as she talked about guns. We did not hear any of those subjects from the president of the United States. Democrats believe that animates their coalition leave it helps them, and they believe especially on the issue change, especially issue voting rights. It helps them to talk about things the president won't talk about you. Can shrug all you do not support any of those things? Why would you talk about all Americans should want our president, whatever the disagreements are just look at his own national security review of every leader, whatever your party should be talking about climate change. It's just we have a debate about. He's the United States at this moment in the world did not mention climate change in even a sentence is just frankly scratch. Early. It's a disgrace. And it was the one thing. That's now Santorum didn't argue with good. I I would have done a completely different way than than ten Torre did. But he did get John king to the point of just a it's a disgrace. He didn't talk climate change. It's a disgrace. And what he here's here's the point. What is the state of the union address when you are a president? What what what is it about? And what did we say this, especially this state of the union address should be about? It's about convincing Americans of the policies that they care about. Americans don't care about climate change independence don't care about climate change, the only people that care about climate change in this country right now. For the most part. Are the radical left all the polls showed it during the Obama administration because they were promoting constantly and at the bottom and at the bottom still of the polling today is climate change Americans. Don't think the world's going to end tomorrow. They don't believe the world's going to end in twelve years as a Casio Cortez finally head would mid she lied about. Because it's okay because she's on the right side. So she can lie and fear among fearmongers that the world's going to end in in twelve years. You only thing is nobody was really. Afraid was pretty bad fearmongering because we all know on that she's nuts or was lying because there's no scientific basis to what she was saying at all. So why do you do that? If the if it's a huge problem of climate change. Why do you why do you say the world's going to to to end? Why did gore say why gore by the way, the how long now have the polar ice caps supposed to have been melted is a four years now. Yeah. It was twenty fifteen twenty fifteen fifteen the polar ice caps were supposed to be melted. Right. No. That's not the case. When all the predictions are gone people will question your theory. And that's what a lot of Americans critical thinking Americans are doing when you make the claim the climate change is the worst problem that we face today. Well, then what you're going to be asked us how come all of the solutions? We know scientifically do the opposite. As what were intended ethanol does the opposite of what was intended puts more global warming gases into the atmosphere when you talk about renewable energy. Well, you can't be consistent on it. So you have to have a redundancy that is built in you have to have the and this comes if you're a leftist, and you believe in climate change. This is where we're coming at you from well, then you have to windmills solar panels. And then you have to have a redundancy of of what of fossil fuel burning energy because we have to have consistent energy in this country because those two can have a little on. And therefore, what are you have? You have a redundancy in grid. You have redundancy in the manufacturing of all of the infrastructure needed. Did you actually put more global warming gases into the atmosphere by doing that? What is the only thing that has been shown to reduce global warming. What is the only country that has looked western country that has lowered their global warming gases the United States? Well, wait a minute. We didn't do we didn't join these government programs here sign anything. We didn't sign anything. We didn't. We didn't sign. A we didn't put our signature to anything all the people who put their signature to everything. Oh aren't meeting their goals? Yeah. And they're putting in policies that are doing the opposite of what they told their public. They're doing what did we do private sector? Frat was. That was it. That's why the United States has reduced the global warming gases that we have put into the atmosphere that said, it's a very simple thing. But John king. It's a disgrace. Because that's what you believe. You may believe it a small number of of the far left. You may believe it. And you may be part of those that are over exaggerating it even from those, and we go to for example, Bjorn Lomborg who we've used before who believes that man is affecting man is the the global warming gases are actually affecting what is happening. That you know that. But he doesn't agree that it is the doom and gloom. He believes that it's affecting it. But he said look at all the solutions that even if you implement all these things what will it do nothing. So why are we spending all the money doing it? When the resources could be spent better is his point of view, the Democrats and the and the liberals have always tried to tell you that there's only two points, two points of view on climate change. And there's not you and I've gone through her. There's like six or seven different points of view on climate change. And they can't have it. There has to be to you're either somebody who believes in climate change or climate denier climate change denier. And that's not the case. There are many people along that spectrum of beliefs as we've stated before some agree with the Democrats. The some of the absolute fearmongers Cossio Cortez's, the Al Gore's the Titanic guy. They're the ones that are telling you that were doomed were doomed were doomed doomed and setting timelines that are always wrong or they admit that they're lying about a Casio Cortez. Why Babajev Aliabad they're the people that believe today? Yeah. We're affected it in some way. But hey, everything that the left is doing is the opposite of what we should be doing. It doesn't solve the problem. It does the opposite of puts more global warning gases into the atmosphere and all the way to the other end, but there's a number of varying opinions on climate change to begin with. But the reason he didn't bring it up is because Americans don't care about it and independence don't care about. It. Trump isn't trying to get the support of the far left, and he shouldn't be trying to get the support of the far left. He should be trying to get the support of independence. And what do they care about? They care about jobs. They care about illegal immigration. That's what they care the care about the here about the economy, and they care about illegal immigration. Those are the two big issues that exist out there today. Even even the whole thing on on on pharmaceuticals. There's a group of people that are always concerned about medical costs. But medical costs basically are born by the minority who had medical problems in this country. It's not the majority. I'm not saying it's an issue to be discussed on talking about the politics of it. Yes, you saw that that speaker Pelosi behind closed doors, the reports say that she's been telling insurance companies don't worry about this whole push for Medicare for all. It's not going to happen. What we're gonna do is. We're gonna try and we're looking at reducing the the the cost of of pharmaceuticals that she doesn't according to the report she's been telling these insurance companies executives that that have that she's been meeting with and talking to that. Medicare for all not going to happen. Now, the story didn't go into whether or not she believes in it. Or just believes that politically it's not going to ever happen, which I think we're a ways from it happening. I don't know if the word I would use. But certainly it's not going to happen with the current makeup on Capitol Hill. But the fact of the matter is you look at the issues where we're both sides are are are are are really pushing by the way, we're being told some breaking news that the ice caps are taking over parts of the upper midwest. But they can't get the streets of melt level on the ice caps. Well, and the other two things are voter suppression that the Democrats keep putting out there, which isn't happening, right. And and and and if the voter fraud is happening look at the example of of Texas, whether it was exaggerated, the number that the attorney general put out or not is still up for some debate out there that more of a concern to people are are illegal immigrants voting, right? Then the so-called voter suppression that the Democrats keep talking about and guns. But you mean guns because ask them to define it's like the word fair asks them to define voter suppression Walker that scenario because you talk about voter ID laws and everything else. And and what are you see from the left? Well, you see radical standing in front of of of voting places would long guns. Right. And and if you want to look at it, politically, that's what John king is supposed to be doing. But he wasn't doing it. Right. When he came and said, not talking about climate change is what he what he say that disgusting. But did he was the term used is? Oh, I forgot the exact word that he used, but the fact is that was a personal comment right because because politically you'd say, well, no Trump's not to bring up climate change is not going to bring up voter suppression. He's not going to bring up. He's not going to bring up. The voter suppression is legit is not going to bring up the fact that we need to confiscate guns. Right. Why? Because he doesn't care what the far left is thinking. He cares. What independence are thinking and his basis thinking, and he's reaching out to independence, and what John king failed to mention. If you're analyzing it from a political point of view disgrace disgrace right is is that Stacey Abrams was. Appealing just to her base. That was that independence aren't talking about voter suppression independence aren't talking about climate change is going to do in the world. And we need to listen to a Cossio Cortez because it's all over in twelve years. Oops, oh, she just admitted that she lied about it, and they're not talking about the fact that we need severe gun control in this country as the left is talking about. She was speaking to the base he wasn't. And that's the if you're going to be a political analyst John king analyze what happened don't sit there and cry and whine because your pants topic wasn't discussed because America really doesn't care about it. Yeah. Disgrace disgrace. Yes. You could say you can even add up to if you're still in the realm of true analysis. You could say for a modern president not to mention it in a speech is unconventional. You could because well, I mean, you could make that case because well, the last guy mentioned it a lot he had everyone in his cabinet mentioning it people who shouldn't mention it or mentioning it. So we get that. You don't let still part of that that other burn. They thought they really thought they had one forever. You don't you think about border security? Do you think that a number of Democrats have to believe this believed? They had one that issue forever with sanctuary city sanctuary county, sanctuary state policy..
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"From brain research that so much of students potential can be tapped early on in their education if something like an eight to one nine to one return on every dollar invested in quality pre k we know that students who have quality prek do better in k through twelve they do better they're more likely to graduate from high school more likely to go onto college they have better longterm employment outcomes even better long term health outcomes if they've gone to highquality prek we propose universal prek we proposed america's college promise idea that would make two years of community college free for low and middle income americans and also invest in support so that folks would not just start but finish and those two programs folks would sail those are too expensive but then those same members of congress who said those programs are too expensive they voted for you know two plus trillion dollars in tax cuts you know so there's a dissonance between what we need to do to position ourselves to be successful long term in in a globally competitive environment and the choices we're making with our budgets talk to me about the philosophy behind the race to the top i'd started before you got to to washington but you were obviously deeply involved in it both on the state level and then when you were in the department of education and running the department of education i'm intrigued by it as a model would government acts as a catalyst rather than being overly prescriptive that's right so the idea was if the federal government centrally were competitive grants to states to make some changes to raise it to think about how they might raise their standards think about how they might improve teacher evaluation professional development and support think about how they turn around low performing schools have a better use data to support their schools and states were asked to compete for this pool of competitive funds essentially grants grants exactly and what was fascinating about it was many more states change their policies and laws then could ever be eligible for the grants so the four states or something yeah so the grants ended up having the impact of incentivizing a change in behavior even without folks necessarily getting a check it was a very smart very high leverage way to use federal dollars and again there was a lot of flexibility for how states would implement these big goals but it was an important way for the federal government to signal the importance of higher expectations yet just seems like in an era when a lot of good ideas emanating from the grass roots that there is something to be said for the government incentivizing and catalyzing good ideas rather than being really a prescriptive about the means to attain attain goals it seems like a model that could be used for other oh other product we saw it in the energy department with the competition for grants to develop advanced battery research for example where private firms competed and that that was a highly successful effort but you wonder if that can't that philosophy can't be doubted to other things yeah it builds on the notion though that that government can be a force for good in the world and unfortunately i think what you see from the current administration is sort of anti government disdain for the public sector that is very unhelpful and ultimately undermines the long term health of the country you know what's interesting is that a lot of the communities from which the president drew his strongest support our communities where local schools are underfunded where healthcare needs or the.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"But if we're not preparing the engineers of tomorrow with the scientists of tomorrow we're not going to be able to compete and we know we see this every day in our economy businesses can go anywhere in the world and if they can't find them workforce they need here they will move to other countries so we've got work to to make sure that we are getting students not just through high school we made some progress highest graduation rate we've ever had a country at eighty four percent but clue what the those degree those diplomas actually meant that's right that's right the measure has to be not just finishing high school but actually earning a meaningful post secondary credential and that might be an associate's degree might be a bachelor's degree might be a career and technical certificate of some kind because we do convey this notion that if you want to be successful you have to go to college and there are other tracks that require significant training but may not be she academic in nature yes we have to make sure that everyone possible is getting some meaningful postsecondary learning experience you you really can't do very much in the twenty first century economy that's going to provide a good wage with just a high school diploma but the range of options we need to talk about much more thoughtfully as a country and then we've got to grapple with the fact that still an undergrad degree a bachelor's degree is the shortest path to the middle class and that disproportionately is not happening for low income students african americans and latino students and as i mentioned earlier majority of kids in our public schools are kids of color if we don't get much better much faster at helping students of color and low income students succeed not just get to college but succeed in college we're not going to be able to so many enter an in not all complete there that's right so he the the tension part of the tension i see is this traditional debate about what the role of the federal government should be in education this notion that education should be administered and should be guided by local communities and not by you know to to use the pejorative bureaucrats in washington i'm looking at you but i'm not being i'm not indicting but so how in the twenty first century you fashion a federal strategy that is still respectful of local communities and local perogatives yeah well i think that the federal role onto be an minimum helping to set a high barn aspirations right i think it's true the federal government can't prescribe how people get to those aspirants but the federal government ought to set those those aspirations president obama set the goal of trying to get back to i in the world and college completion i think that's that's exactly right so government also the role to play around resources you know title one the main federal education spending program is designed to get resources to the highest needs kids that i think is an important federal role the pell grant program in higher ed is the way that we as a country invest in higher ed for low income students investing in those programs is critically important and i would build on that you know as you know we propose in administration the obama administration access to pre k for low and middle income four year old and was that so important well we just we know.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Of adrift in in planning and thinking about this this environment in which you you i guess anybody could apply to the school probably had kids who had their own at risk qualities and and and maybe in your view needed that kind of structure lots of kids experienced trauma in different forms lots of kids who had complicated lives outside of school and so the goal is really to make school a place that was stable and consistent and nurturing but nurturing through structure you know you think about sports team that successful right parv what makes sports team successful is disciplined having a set of drills that you do reliably learning a set of plays and you know think about a school in the same way that you want school to be a place where kids know they're going to be taking care of that they're going to be safe and that there teens that are going to support their learning so for example we had homework every night the school we also put the homework on the voice mail of the school every night so that kid call and get the homework and so i could always stand up in front of parents and say you're going to have homework every night they're going to say like many middle school kids do i forgot i'm not sure i don't know what the simon is can i call my friend don't worry call the homework hotline you'll hear the homework read aloud and that meant everyone understood that was part of the routine so you know one of the interesting questions i have always had about charter schools is you can say well you were open to everyone but is there kind of a self selecting quality to this because in some ways it's suggests that you you're unusual in that you decided that you were going to go to end over you decided you were going to plateau harvard you had an unusual but in most of these cases parents are making these decisions and if you have parents who are engaged enough to say you know what i think my kid might thrive in school like that right from jump street you have someone who is going to take an interest in that child's education would seem so important i think that's fair look we dramatically outperformed the district some of that was because of the strong systems we had in place and the great teaching some of it undoubtedly was selection bias right idea that at least for every kid there was an adult who filled out the application maybe it was a grandma on their neighbor but sometime residents in their love yeah some some don't big brother big sister somebody took that stem and when folks who support charters pretend like there's no selection bias i think that's a mistake disingenuous we've technolog there is some of that now what i would ideally want is a school system where all the schools are chosen right we're all the schools have quality of learning experiences that would be great for kids so that we aren't apportioning opportunity by luck just essentially what a lottery is you did what every whatever great educator does after five years you went to law school why did you choose to to go off to yale yeah some you know i i'm wanted such five years bringing a principal wanted to think about how could we scale some of that things were doing particularly outcomes and what were some of the policy changes that might get us to a place where more lowincome students incidence of color would be successful always been interested in kind of you know legal issues the constitution that kind of thing social studies social studies teacher so i decided to go to law school figured i would go to law school finished my doctorate and then go be an education lawyer but very quickly although i love law schools very interesting i missed the connection with students and the community and so by second year of law school i was splitting my time beside go to class two days a week and the rest of the week i would spend time building a network of schools in new york this in this was in concert with the same partner with whom you did the school exams and you do these uncommon schools and that i think today that would forty four schools yeah yeah serving tens of thousands of students in new york new jersey and massachusetts and the uniformly performed well yes i mean there's still you know there's a range there but but.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"From harvard came to visit my high school and talked about the experience and i it was the first time i thought oh maybe that could maybe that could be a place where where i can go that was hugely important for me and if students don't see students of color on these campuses you know you you're sort of been downward spiral you'll get fewer applications you'll get students internalizing that those opportunities aren't for them you left you left harvard and you went in and pursued teaching as a career got a masters degree from columbia went to puerto rico i believed to to teach was there a bit of was that with your mom and mind that you went through yeah yeah i wanted to have the experience of living the aaron and getting more of a sense of that you still yeah extended family just family and i loved i you know i love the experience of teaching there are taught in independent school there but i missed the city i missed doing social justice work manage trying with the students i had and puerto rico to give give them a sense of being reflective about some of the ways classroom race play out in puerto rico but it was school serving in in bold relief in recent years with the the post hurricane disaster that's that's right that's right visited the island i mean there is already an economic crisis already a significant breakdown of of government services but then what about the education and real struggles in the education system real particularly around resources just not being able to ford pay teachers while not being able to afford to create rich learning opportunities for kids but then the hurricane is exacerbated all that and then you had the complete failure on the part of the federal government to respond appropriately and so it's a real crisis people are leaving in droves and i worry about the future for the island you returned to boston and you taught there and then you you teamed up with a i guess a classmate of yours at right so i so i taught back in the community where i'd done public service work as an undergrad in the roxbury community high needs community of color in boston and i was teaching and then kind of through mutual friends matt evan rutter who's actually from here in chicago and and he and i started roxbury prep a charter middle school in boston and he he really sat down with you to kind of pick your brain about ideas about how one might create a rich learning environment based on your experience as a teacher in that i guess that conversation went on awhile yes yes i was i was teaching in boston is teaching high school social studies and having a great experience and i thought i was just kind of giving evan advice about this new school but turned out he was actually recruiting me to start the school with him and we ended up doing that and i spent five years building that school was he's rodriguez preparatory charter school which was very successful gained a great reputation also a reputation for sort of marshall efficient or discipline of the sort that would have made your uncle probably a proud but uniforms and no talking in the hallways and i guess in the lunchroom's and what was the thought behind all that because that gets raised sometimes man that that seems very stark yeah yeah so it was very definitely very structured you know the school served entirely low income students entirely students of color became the highest performing urban middle school in the in the state but it was very structured we kids talk at lunch but we did have these very efficient hallway transitions which definitely always struck visitors because they they were surprised by the level of structure but i used to a lot of chatter in the hallways school but i was a chat or so metoo but idea was to focus the energy and conversation on class and so we tried to make classes as engaging and hands on an interesting and made the classroom and extracurricular programs places that were joyful and academically rigorous at the same time and you know the uniforms and the structured hallway transitions helped us kind of make sure that the energy of the school was focused on learning let me ask you something because earlier you talked about how you needed the structure your uncle of provided how much did you draw on your own experience as a kid who was really sort.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"The facts of this so there's an element of supposition but my guess is that donald trump didn't get into the university of pennsylvania on the basis of his superior academic performance that it may have had something to do as you say with who is dad was what is dad could do for the university but that's just speculation on my part i don't think we'll ever know because i don't think we'll see he was keen to see other people's academic transcripts i don't think we'll ever see his though now so with the tax return exactly exactly but what does he what what what is i what do you think the motivation is for this policy you said turn the clock back but is is for to what end and secondly what what do you fear that there will be a practical impact university of so we're just gonna follow the law but as we've said the law could change what is the impact on the country yeah well look i think from a political standpoint this is a strategy to divide and it's again consistent with the coach that the administration is take on issues random gration issues around lgbtq riots this strategy of sort of feeding the president's base by dividing people and giving them reasons to be angry to blame someone for economic challenges they may face or frustrations that they may have i think it's very dangerous to the kind of health and well being of our civic culture in the end if the supreme court ends up backing away from firmative action if we see individual universities concerned about this new position from the federal government changing their policies we could end up with is even less access to opera unity for talented african american latino students i think that will be a longterm disaster for the country we ought to be doing everything we can to create diverse future leaders we know the evidence is diverse campuses create more learning opportunities for shootings companies and have diverse leadership get better economic returns diversity is good but this administration is trying to frame diversity something that's bad as a zero sum game that's right and and there are people john as you know who would will say well why should that could get in why should did he get extra points or she get extra points because they're black they're latino if if that means that my child can't get in yeah at the end the day what we want is a diverse class right we want suits some students you're gonna accent music some students who are going to be great athlete some students who are going to be great in science technology engineering and math we want racial diversity we want some students who grew up in rural community some in urban because we want universities be a place that exposes students to experience is different from their own that's how i hope people will think of it i also it's worth saying there's a real worry that this also has k twelve implications heart of what revoking misguidance john's is send a signal to school districts that the administration is opposed to them thinking about how to create more diverse schools within school districts even though six years after brown or supportive education we've many communities around the country where schools are more segregated today than they were ten or twenty years ago because of housing patterns yeah yes a mix of housing patterns and school assignment patterns in school assignment policies and communities ought to be thinking about how to create more opportunities for kids to go to integrated schools and i worry the revocation of guidance on those issues will also undermine that diversity work in case i thought you were going to go somewhere else which is which you make a good point but also the the idea that it will discourage students from thinking about themselves as as potential college student solutely i'm telling you know part of my apply to harvard was african american male student.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"So i said we would talk about this later and there's a lot more to your journey that i want to get back to but this seems like a good time to talk about this question of diversity on campus first of all what were your what were your feelings about your place on the harvard campus and what it what it do for you what it what didn't it do for you and what do you think your presence contributed to the community at harvard yeah i mean i i love the diversity at harvard now it's fair to say they they have more work to do to make sure that they are serving diverse leads but i you know i appreciate that there were african americans students asian americans in kids from all over the world and i felt particularly being in the city connected to the diversity of boston and cambridge that you think no was race a factor do you think in your admissions at harm i i assume so i mean i you know i had to write the supplemental essays they make you right if you've got kicked out of high school so harvard took lots of chances i'm me right i was it was really a second chance saying even though you got kicked out of school we see this well i think i saw somewhere that maybe it's just speculation that the essay that you wrote about about getting kicked out of highschool showed such self awareness that it impressed them enough to want to take a chance on you i mean that's that's very possible when at the time i wrote it i thought i might not get in anywhere i mean i really worried that getting kicked out meant people would just kind of give up on me as we do as a country with so many young people so let's talk about this moment that we're in because the trump administration announced in the last few days that they were reversing some of the guidance who i think twenty four points of guidance that the department of education in the justice department jointly gave to institutions of higher learning that spoke to how they might implement affirmative action in accordance with the supreme court the supreme court ruling on this subject what was your reaction when you heard that what do you think the impact of it is yeah well i think it's part of a pattern unfortunately that we've seen from the current administration of going backwards on civil rights issues on education equity issues so it's consistent with with approach they've taken it's dangerous because the truth is african american and latino students are significantly underrepresented underrepresented on ivy league campuses underrepresented research universities underrepresented flagship state public higher ed institutions dramatically underrepresented in many cases so we ought to be having a national conversation about how we get more african american students latino students low income students first incidents to those campuses and instead they've taken us in this entirely different direction beating this mythology that somehow students are losing places to african american latino students i also worry that you know we have now in in our nation's public schools majority of the kids are kids of color the future of the country depends on having african american latino low income students who get great educational opportunities and not prepared to lead into the future and this decision to withdraw the guidance undermines those efforts now it doesn't change the law milosevic allows colleges and universities to use race in a limited way and how they make emissions decisions but but taking away the guy into things sets up a series of what will be future lawsuits that will i think maybe with a new and we know that it will be presented to a supreme court that won't have justice kennedy who wrote the decision on affirmative action preserving affirmative action as one element of what universities can can use that's very possible that the next justice who takes his place won't share that view yeah and you know when you look at the at the numbers on how many students are minute because their legacies their parents went to the school how many students who are mid to elite universities because the development office says hey this this this kid has a parent who could make a big contribution the fact of affirmative action is just vastly overstated by the opponents the truth is we ought to be doing more we ought to be working much harder to get diverse student population toward college campus yeah i don't know the.
"john king" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"They provided that and really helped me get my life back on track i'm very grateful for that and so i actually getting kicked out turned out to be the best thing for me because it put me in situation whereas with mountain uncle on able to get get myself organized your you talk about your your uncle as a guy who was a disciplinarian and for regimen it'd schedules and sewing i i saw story about your dad that he had broken his hand and he went to he went to school with a cast on and what happened yeah yeah so he you know he was he was teaching and he went into school and principal said you have to go on go home can't teach with a cast on and my father said no i'm i'm fine i'm just gonna teach my class not gonna affect me and principal said there was some rule about not not being able to be in class so my father went over and you know from being in new york schools there those high counters in the office and he went over to the counter any smash the cast on the counter and brush the pieces into a trash can put his hand in his co pocket and went and taught his class and so you know that many memories of really good conversations my father i do remember even as a little kid that whenever someone in the family would complain or say something it was too hard my father would serve hold his wrist and say oh i think it's going to rain and served to remind you of that story and make sure everyone knew you know the perseverance and discipline more important yeah probably also remind you that there was some stupid rules also tread apply that probably don't do anybody any good so you you did get your act together and and you ended up at harbor yeah yeah and which was amazing experience you know when different than andover yes i think a few things one is you know ten cambridge so i got very involved in life in the city ended up spending probably much time in classes i spent doing public service work and after school programs summer programs in school tim to the city you know i was very drawn to experience we're trying to do for other kids what teachers had done for me and so i started with volunteering teaching civics in middle school in boston and that turned into really public service and and youth development work be makore of my college experience and that was very different andover fell very isolating at harvard i felt like i was a part of this broader city community and really got engaged in the phillips brooks house which is sort of center for public service at harvard and that really defined undergraduate experience today's.
"john king" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Of what you think of the president whether you support the president this is a legitimate feather in his cap in the sense that the conservative base has happened with this and they have not at the the president would like a pacing confirmations and he wants a bunch more before we get to november yeah yeah and it's and it's a lasting yeah you know victory not something as we it's not just john king but one of the members of his panel come in and he starts saying good things about president trump over the last couple of years a lot of what for example president obama did using executive orders and taking actions that regulatory actions that are easily or or or at least somewhat easily overturned these are you know judges that are going to be in place for ten twenty thirty or longer year yeah so an actual positive spin on donald trump story from cnn's john king sadly john king was taken into custody by cnn police and killed after that report yeah they can't tolerate goodness so we lost him we'll john king that's bad breaking news though also yeah i mean there is another side to the story yeah well they you know they can't tolerate that and so they got to studios quickly as they could apres hinted him took him out behind the building and killed him so that's what nothing surprises me so i'm going along actual wouldn't surprise easing if that really happened speaking of journalists this is interesting too because jim acosta was on with jimmy kimmel i believe and listen to his claim because jim acosta if you remember few weeks are among maybe ago.
Mike Bron, Terry and Indiana discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"And the president's headscratching habit on twitter what's with the random capitalization from executive producer jordan peele troisi morgan as back what in a new tv assuming that the new york times gritty funny comedy i just did fifteen years in prison starring tiffany haddish the other tater your thoughts just go wait for you to discover loss you gotta love with another man bouncy house don't miss tracy morgan's return to tv second chances are beautiful thing but last tuesday's ten thirty nine thirty central only on tv yes president trump warning west virginia voters to stay away from controversial republican senate primary candidate at the polls tomorrow tweeting in part quote problem is don blankenship currently running for senate can't win the general election in your state no way blankenship a former coal ceos spent a year in prison for his involvement in one of the nation's deadliest mind disasters and it's not just west virginia holding a crucial primary tomorrow john king is out front in indiana the animals hero pets not moneymakers so excuse the humor one of the cows is big mac heavens hungry the pig heaven bacon golly hey hey hey there are crops up the hill one reason beth henderson has second thoughts about voting for president trump we're involved in agriculture business and so yeah tariffs is a big deal it's much more than policy i don't like his outbursts and his inappropriateness that the public and his scruples what hasn't changed is her sense that washington needs big change husband terry briefly joined indiana senate race but it got too expensive the hendersons now support another washington outsider businessman mike bron i just think it's time again for for.
"john king" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
"This epicenter episode two twentynine with guests ryan john king this episode of epicenter is brought to you by shape shifts i owe the easiest fastest and most secure way to swap your digital assets don't run a risk of leaving your funds centralized shane visit shape shift i o to get started welcome to epicenter the show which talks about the technologies projects and startups driving decentralisation and the global blockchain revolution name is henry david we talking about the intersection of juice patient data and locked in technology in many cases you might have come across applications where it is important for some party to prove where they are on on earth basically in order to get something and we have a unique project which is called foam that is developing technology around proof location allowing devices machines containers to prove that they are at a particular point in space and time so we are talking to ryan john king who is the co founder of deform protocol right welcome to the show all right thank you so much for having me really excited to be discussing phone who foam is i think one of the first projects that is working on this intersection of geospatial data and the blockchain and we are wondering like how you you came to work at this intersection and what is your background that led you to it yeah so we started working on foam about three years ago the beginning of two thousand fifteen really beginning investigation of how can you think reason about space on the buck in our first project was actually called foam space which is sponsored by the new museum here in new york city where we built a physical installation of the blockchain made at a go saw in blocks in the streets and airdrop tokens everyone who came actually on counterparty at the time gave out foam space coins to try to capture.
"john king" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yes that's right that's what you posited bannon i seek it probably were right yeah and they voted 373 to seventy two and it's no problem you can continue to use phosphates in your kebab so britain is saved they are very happy and i am happy to abolish warmer now before you launch into uh the more jones thing i just want to mention i watched all the channels it was hard to miss because everybody was it to you so as lady ever will not just giddy but all the three cable news networks were meal breaking and coming back and we got an update it was going very fast near the information was coming into the just lightning speed very interesting uh but you know there were other things going on in the world and cheese people's like that was not the most important thing ever but couple of did the democrats couple of points first of all cnn's magic wall the john king operates in uh they got update that is as powered by microsoft that hello nineteen eighty six it could you please once you put your your logo on a your square colored logo that will be smart now now they don't do that and then i and i remember that wasn't john king married to one of the other reporters sexual harassment well he was married to dana bash or was married to dana bash and i and i just wanted to because i know that we talked about it and i and i just wanted to remember exactly what her history was that you know dana bash is yes she's the one who looks like she's in aliens dropped in from a space of the satellite area hadas playing saucer hassle serb let me give you her career path and you tell me guy back and we'll go.
Why is Climate Change Bad?
"So far out so it does lots of bad things rates so it's it's making the weather warmer it's mic is unpredictable has bad consequences for plants animals and people um know we all live in a very narrow range of temperature of the planet got too hot equin have life here if it gets to cold you could have life here you know if you look at the planet vitas no life there it's too hot he look at the planet mars do life there it's too cold so temperature has to be just right for there to be life and that applies to individual species to rate you can't have an wanna living in chicago right it'll be to call for it so everything lives and a you know special range of temperatures so climate change is so bad because temperatures so important for life and like other lease