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"john rogers" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"john rogers" Discussed on Cults

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The King James Bible

5 Minutes in Church History

04:18 min | 1 year ago

The King James Bible

"D._c. And we're here to talk about the king james bible now. If you were to go rooting through your grandma's attic nick and you were to come across what you thought would be a first printing king james bible. How would you know while you need to do is go to ruth chapter three verse fifteen and see how it ends. If that verse ends with he went into the city you would know that you had an authentic sixteen eighteen eleven first printing bible and by the way it would be worth a mint but if it said she well. That's not a sixteen eleven bible now. We'll get to that in a second. Can what we have here in. The museum of the bible is actually a visual and real representation of the history of the english bible. It begins with tindale in the fifteen twenty s and tindale gave his life to bring the bible into the language of the english people now we know wickliffe and wycliffe was a translation of the latin latin into the english. What we're talking about is translation of the original greek new testament in the hebrew old testament so we start with tindale then we come to fifteen thirty five and we have the coverdale tale bible named for miles covered and it was largely the tindale translation fifteen thirty seven. We have the matthew bible. It was also a tindale associate associate who produced this bibles name was john rogers but he gave himself a pseudonym of thomas mathew and so it's known as the matthew bible then we come to fifteen thirty nine and we have the great bible and it's the great bible because of its size it was meant to be elect turn bible and it is quite a specimen sleman in its size and then we come to the bible of the puritans the geneva bible in the fifteen fifty and fifteen sixty s these were the puritan exiles john calvin geneva and calvin believed that people should work and so these english scholar should work and they worked on an english translation geneva bible first bible with notes and the first english bible with verse sophistication based on a greek testament that was published in fifteen fifty one called the fantas greek taxed and there's a copy of that in the museum of the bible as well when we come to the bishops bible in fifteen sixty eight this was a bit of a response to the geneva bible which sure the puritans and the dissenters anglicans wouldn't be left out so we've got the bishop's bible and then we come to an important date sixteen four king james ames had been office for only a few months by the time we get to february sixteen. Oh four and over the course of three days meetings were held with puritans anglican bishops and the king james overseeing it and one of the decisions that came out of the hampton court conference of sixteen o four was the need for a new translation nation and sure enough seven years later the authorized version authorized because it was authorized by the king himself was published the king king james version and now we get to ruth chapter three verse fifteen and the original the very first printing of this authorized version urgen by the authorized printer in the city of london and you can look right at it because this version here at the museum of the bible was open right to route three fifteen. The ending has that and he went into the city because of the versus sort of a go between with ruth and boaz. They're both subjects. Both of those proper nouns occur in this verse and so what is the pronoun in the sixteen eleven it's he but the realization is in the hebrew manuscripts that were actually discovered between green sixteen eleven and sixteen thirty three that it's she not he that is not a reference to boaz but a reference to ruth so in sixteen thirteen thirteen a printing of the sixteen eleven was done and it's called the great she bible of sixteen thirteen. So how do you know if that treasure treasure you found a grandma's attic is indeed an original first printing sixteen eleven check the ending of route three fifteen and that's the king james version version bible and i'm steve nichols on location at the museum of the bible and thanks for listening to five minutes in church history for more ordination or

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These Engineers Have Found A Way To Use Sweat For Some Medical Tests

All Things Considered

02:13 min | 1 year ago

These Engineers Have Found A Way To Use Sweat For Some Medical Tests

"Many medical tests require blood drawn with a needle but as NPR Joe Palca reports some engineers in California have turned to another bodily fluid for doing these tests sweat there are a lot of reasons to use sweat in medical tests one is that it can be axes very conveniently and non invasively at different body sites Molly got Bahria is an engineer at the university of California Berkeley she says it used to be that testing sweat meant collecting a sample and sending it to a laboratory she says new technology has changed that we can do all of those measurements of molecules islands at the point of secretion as she and her colleagues report in the journal science advances they've developed a flexible patch they can attach to someone's skin Mario says the sweat enters a microscopic well embedded in the patch and in that well is where we had our sensors for composition analysis the analysis is sent electronically to recording device the patch can measure the Salton sweat but bar yes says it can also measure things like glucose although it's not clear whether sweat glucose is as informative as blood glucose the Berkeley team is just one of several working on sweat patches John Rogers is at Northwestern University we do things without electronics Rogers says the patch he's developing with the sports string company Gatorade uses chemical sensors to measure the sweat for electrolytes we have a specific chemistry that changes from a light came to a dark red being on the salt concentration of the sweat Rogers says if measuring glucose in sweat doesn't turn out to be all that medically useful he expects measuring other things will be heavy metals things like mercury or cadmium that workers might be exposed to on the job you can detect those in sweat so you can measure lead exposure directly your other kinds of heavy metals they show up immediately in sweat and there could be other medically relevant compounds measurable and sweat Berkeley's Molly Kumbharia says the patches could open a new era in medical testing what challenge needs to be overcome is really understanding where sweat testing is meaningful certainly those of us who don't like needles are eager for sweat testing to prove useful

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These Engineers Have Found A Way To Use Sweat For Some Medical Tests

Fresh Air

02:12 min | 1 year ago

These Engineers Have Found A Way To Use Sweat For Some Medical Tests

"Many medical tests require blood drawn with a needle but as NPR Joe Palca reports some engineers in California have turned to another bodily fluid for doing these tests sweat there are a lot of reasons to use sweat in medical tests one is that it can be axes very conveniently and non invasively at different body sites Bahlika Bahria is an engineer at the university of California Berkeley she says it used to be that testing sweat meant collecting a sample and sending it to a laboratory she says new technology has changed that we can do all of those measurements of molecules ions at the point of secretion as she and her colleagues report in the journal science advances they've developed a flexible patch they can attach to someone's skin Mario says the sweat enters a microscopic well embedded in the patch and in that well is where we have our sensors for composition analysis the analysis is sent electronically tour recording device the patch can measure the Salton sweat but bar yes says it can also measure things like glucose although it's not clear whether sweat glucose is as informative as blood glucose the Berkeley team is just one of several working on sweat patches John Rogers is at Northwestern University we do things without electronics Rogers says the patch he's developing with the sports string company Gatorade uses chemical sensors to measure the sweat for electrolytes we have a specific chemistry that changes from a light came to a dark red being on the salt concentration of the sweat Rogers says if measuring glucose in sweat doesn't turn out to be all that medically useful he expects measuring other things will be heavy metals things like mercury or cadmium that workers might be exposed to on the job you can detect those in sweat so you can measure lead exposure directly you know other kinds of heavy metals they show up immediately in sweat and there could be other medically relevant compounds measurable and sweat Berkeley's Molly Kumbharia says the patches could open a new era in medical testing what challenge needs to be overcome is really understanding where sweat testing is meaningful certainly those of us who don't like needles are eager for sweat testing to

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"john rogers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Have that day all because of the corrupt Madero regime. Your comments so far from the truth, Cuba and Russia. Appreciate your support. Yep. Well, it's pretty much. What I said earlier. Nikki Haley is she's she's awesome. By the way, is is Representative Omar ever on our side. This is a member of the foreign affairs committee. Right. Why is she never mind? Not only should she be removed from that committee. She certainly not representing any of the American people. I know, but maybe she is representing the, you know, the potential terrorists in her community. I'm not quite sure. If anybody has valid reason can Minnesota do a recall, I'm not sure, but we'll find out. I'm sure they can use her in Venezuela. She should go down there. Why are we the only country lucky enough to have her? I think she should spend a little time trip a missions trip with a couple of her colleagues to Venezuela since you know, the problem is bad US intervention. Let's send some good US. Congress people down there. I'm sure she'd get the red carpet treatment from Madero. I'm sure he appreciates a sitting US member of congress who sees his side of the things. Boy. Can't you just can't make this stuff up? She's kind of kind of evil and easy. I shouldn't pick on her so much. Did you hear this guy in the Alabama state house? You think I'm kidding? And I make these things up. These are actual news items that I bring to you. And I actually check them out two times before I'll take them on the air. So I had to hear the video before I would go with the story. But Alabama state Representative John Rogers thinks it's up to a woman to decide what to do with her body, which of course, is in a new position for democrat. He doesn't have any hope though are seem to hold out any hope for those unwanted kids. He said if you don't abort them. Well, let me quote him. Some kids are unwanted. So you kill them now. Or you kill them later. You bring them in the world unwanted unloved? You send them to the electric chair say kill them now or you kill them later. What what? Some parents can handle a child with problems? He said it could be retarded. It might not have arms and legs. These are the reasons that he used for not supporting an antiabortion Bill. Well, maybe you just don't want it. Sources estimate that there about two million couples currently waiting to adopt in the United States, which means there as many as thirty six families waiting for every one child who has placed for adoption. This is you know, this is a guy this John Rogers who will probably go far I can see him sitting in the, you know, the congress have been Washington pretty soon because that statement he made is almost as jaw dropping awful. As his suit. You gotta see the suit. This guy's where I don't like to make fun of people's clothes. Not not a not attractive suit. That's for sure. And definitely not a decent thing. And he's been an embarrassment for Alabama's long as anybody on Twitter seems to have lived in Alabama. It's really difficult for me to believe that somebody voted for this guy. Happy happy, dude. Anyway, Bill O'Reilly coming up next right at the top of the hour..

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"History is just not on the side it's not it's it is is a data view of the battlefield and it's just histories just not all who ever is right rear and a have this podcast listen given the fact that were neighbors he's probably gonna we're gonna body he's gonna cover i feel it will roleplay back over and over again well i do want to tackle the tax bill which has been bothering little bit here so john we only have a couple of minutes left so we have to do a rapid fire with fire one type what the policy they do want to talk with the polling because everything that we've been told from members that have been pulling in their districts and other people is that it doesn't pull very well how do you change that narrative and what is the narrative yeah i every i have day a different opinion and a lot of people on the all tax reform on that because it you know it's really hard to play pathetic oh which he if you just like you know you're you're basically tax that you're basically pulling the current messaging that's going on in that day my own view of that is you looking at polling where you know i've seen pulling shows it i think it's 36 percent of people are four hundred hours away from a personal economic collapse and if when tax reform occurs and when they're folks with holdings change in januaryfebruary whenever that is and they see that they have another hundred dollars in their paycheck that's going to mean an a lot to them and it's if your question is you know hey i give you one hundred dollars do you like that or do you not like that you know what the answer to that question is going to be so i think it's really hard to pull that and get a fair read on that right now and that's a a tough thing for you guys to contend with people are going to have more money and it's going to be donald trump in the republic.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"I also wanted to four tossup abc's right now ahol hold on a sec at my my counterpart again very smart very smartly pointed out in virginia that we basically one all the clinton districts i'd like to remind everybody that if we win the clinton districts we take back the house in so while the battlefield is big and dynamic my counterpart next year is going to have to choose between where do you let people go and then where do you go down with them and you've already pointed to a few incumbents you want to go down with and so i i just think the reality is the battlefield the fact that they are in power is a substantially different i think if you hold onto that he's gonna have to make some tough choices to because right now there and this is not me this is like the ratings agencies have about twenty 24 seats that are rated us haas up so the independent bipartisan situation disagrees with whatever battlefield number you put out there and so you know i really hope that you commit to that because we are also going to be on offense there are also seats that trump won that democrats currently hold that we are going to go and get an and that's just not that's you know your side of the story but there's another side to that as well that we're going to be on offense as well on nancy pelosi is wildly unpopular and and i'm having a hard time remembering how many seats started as a tossup i think there were three or four the beginning is a tossup an hour and affordably blood that were the reality is as in two thousand ten the only seats the republicans lost when they took back the majority there were three dark dark dark blue seats that they lost like hawaii for example it's fair that you lost the seat in hawaii the idea that somehow our income into observer by the two thousand fourteen in particular are now vulnerable two thousand six generally democrats lost in two thousand six.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Right now well you can read that is the older that's not the only thing because let us look he here is the reality of the situation is is the reality of the situation is in every major measurable factor since the beginning of the year who do you trust who's on your side where are you on jobs where are you on taxes where you want every major issue the republicans started the year in a very strong place as they should they control everything and now there are very very actually there are almost no issues where the democrats don't have a natural advantage now and where the public opinion has moved in that direction the truth is this next year's election is about the president it's about sitting members of of the swamp i'm sorry of congress who are not willing to meet with their own constituents it is about how what is happening from a values in life every single day daytoday experience that members and people are having with their own members when they're not hosting town hall meetings when they're not willing to have conversations we can talk all day who the potential leader could be the reality of the situation is the people who have been and been asked to we have voters in this country who have asked their local leaders to represent them they can't even get appointments with them an open doors with them so i i just find a very very hard have a very hard time believing giving all of those natural scenarios that that somehow pelosi is gonna be part of this book dan let's be frank that for a second at me at the end of the cycle democrats in house will have been out of power for eight years what has changed in what are you doing at the d trip different this time that maybe you did last night where you really think the last four cycle that you think is really going to be the change maker jerking to the different but look that first of all the sears size the battlefield i cannot emphasize too folks enough how big and how massive the battlefield is that we are working through we heavy battlefield right now we have nine one plus targeted races we have eighty four of them john that of viable rather viable hillary at grason.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"We'll be right back with more of our playbook audio briefing but first a word from our sponsor pharma there is no tiptoeing into the unknown now is the time to put the accelerator to the floor the best is yet to come like advancements in personalize medicine and immunotherapy and it's coming faster than we can imagine welcome to the future of medicine were diseases no match for tenacity no match for ingenuity were together we go boldly learn more at go boldly dot com let's talk about something that is has been an issue in well in every house race basically in the last almost decade in its nancy pelosi and that's if republicans have pretty much said publicly that she has been a difference in races that albany than i thought i gotta republicans say so i want you to both a talk about that her she's obviously like any congressional leader a very unpopular as very low approval ratings across the country dan is going to argue that it doesn't matter john you're gonna argue that it makes the all the difference let's here uh i you know and that special election in georgia i think it was i think the number was ninety ten and just do we talk about the special election it was jon ossoff who is a a young democrat from uh from the area and karen handel the republican who ended up winning that race i think it was ninety two percent of the ads that were running that against oh soft we talked about nancy pelosi so yeah i think it's a difference maker that's out there selim popular she is what are your polls show i would say why wildly unpopular but i think it's a little.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Second so you basically had a democrat contested democratic primary in a contested republican primary you look at where turnout eternal went to the roof on the primary went through the roof in the primary terrific energy monumental energy on the democratic side you look at where votes came from for the governor's race turnout stayed high turnout state high in the dark blue areas turnout stayed high end the democratic areas on the republican side it dipped substantially now on the republican side they also had a primary and remember the primaries do go both ways and and my my my counterpart i do not envy the task you have in terms of holding the party together there are sort of strong forces on multiple fronts in both parties under harild is a real difference of holding the party together when you're in power um and so i i think the key piece the road is here is an even in virginia itself significant turn out in the democratic areas in the general significant drop off in the republican areas having voted for an institutional sort of traditional republican candidate for governor i think that tells a huge amount about how the bennett the primaries can really benefit the democrats john you seem like you're itching to respond effort for folks listening at home right now that was me itching for yeah look i love to talk about virginia y you know the obviously the result of the governor's race on on the top level were what they were but when you look at that the the areas that trump won and perform there was higher turnout and to be won by harder higher margin that than what was there in the past so it's not like things were really just down in republican areas they were actually up from where they were and yes things were up in the democratic areas and by more than they were up in the republican areas but a lot has been made over the seats that have been flipped in the state house there but when you take a step back and look at geographically where they are the vast vast vast majority of them are in currently democrat held congressional districts.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"I just i just don't know that i haven't heard of that and and so the sheer size the battlefield combined with the grassroots energy that we're seeing on the ground and then you combine that with what is an incredibly incredibly unpopular legislative agenda you know the republicans from day one of this this sort of new full empower mode if you would completely botched healthcare they completely botched might make my colleagues on the republican side are spending six to eight million dollars a week let's just stop there for a minute six to eight million dollars a week is being spent on their own members on their own votes just to make sure they vote for the tax bill they are having to pay for their own votes on the health care i on on the tax fight right now and it and it just goes to show how and deeply unpopular the bill legislative agenda they're they're working towards us so i ask because it i think he's primary issue is an issue that is obviously going to be running through the next several months and adding the point that maybe i don't wanna make john's point four and but that it we can i talk a lot about his if you have multiple democrats running these seats that some of these candidates are going to be pulled to the left in order to actually well how do you counter that will make sure that that isn't gonna know that they probably a couple of different things first of all i i think as we saw in the republican primaries last year the primaries play in enormous an important part of the process and i think it's horrible thing anybody can argue with how much donald trump really benefited from the primaries less cycle i spend a little time today just reviewing in preparation to see you all and it's very nice to see you all i spent a little bit time reviewing what happened in virginia so let's just look at the most recent big election that we just had nationalize raise let's just think about this.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Thank you i get up but i'd from afraid that i knock this microphone down in there okay so he close to the microphone and really close uncomfortably close break out some political water coming sweet we don't have trump water but we have politica water okay so we are less than a year from election day and give us your elevator pitch or why you are going to keep the majority and when the majority uh i think those john yeah hype john object pretty nice to meet you would really saying it for those in podcast land area but he did a hand we've tuesday that is really guys get extra to enter hand wave go ahead yeah if you could hear them anyway i think the short in an easy one where the answer to that is nancy pelosi uh i think that you've got a proven situation there that didn't exactly work out so well the first lap around and on top of that you know i think you know you're likely here my counterpart talk about you know the seats that they have that their focus on but there are twelve seats out there that donald trump won the democrats currently hold or open which are a great opportunity for us to go and take we've got some great opportunities in place that we haven't necessarily played him before in like a pennsylvania seventeen get a great candid up they're gonna i'm done john shrin whose already raised a bunch of money in that sea we got a lot of opportunity up in minnesota top opensea in minnesota's first help tim walls right now he's not running again at you know and and a really like our chances there were to really strong candidates can go on from there you know really like minnesota eight rick nolan see who frankly is really only got elected last who cycles because he was running it store mills.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"There's no tiptoeing into the unknown welcome to the future of medicine were diseases no match for tenacity no match for ingenuity were together we go boldly learn more at go bullied dot com hello listeners this is scotland your host we have a bonus episode of the nerkez for you today the executive directors of the two house campaign committees so the nrc sees john rogers for the republicans in the d triple sees dan seena for the democrats are battling for control of the house of representatives in 2018 they don't agree on much from who's more unpopular nancy pelosi your paul ryan to just how many seats are at stake in the house of representatives in 2018 but they both sat down together of where a conversation with playbook co authors anna palmer and jake sherman for a live broadcast interview in washington dc on thursday and we are giving it to you to listen to now before we get to the interview a reminder you can subscribe to politico play books audio briefing on apple podcast google play or your favorite podcast app it is a great way to keep up to date on the essential washington news in just five minutes every morning with that here on a bonus epas the nerve gas is john dan jake amp and and now we're going to welcome the the two men who are spending millions of dollars and making a lot of consultants very happy another kid dan scene of the executive director of the de triple see and john rogers the executive director of the and rcc give them a round of applause.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Donald trump in the republican congress agape it to them right well i see the point that you're making i think the biggest challenge we have is when you're spending six the ten million dollars a week just to get your vote your members to vote for it but if they have the money what is the man look i think i think i think everything or that that that that that's a fair point but i think reality put the reality is that they're doing it to even get to neutral look let's be honest if this thing does elevate it's going to get to neutral and we're living in a world where basically we've asked republican members to be able to pass the tax package good for you for doing something this year the reality of the situation is the electric doesn't trust the current republican leadership and the idea that somehow going to significantly be your shot to win the house back next year i'm sorry to hold the house next year the gut reaction to this is bad it's it's it's it's it's just again insisted dated logic is very very quickly we're going to talk about how congress is handling some of these scandals across the board which are luckily for our audience in both parties so we or not we could have both people respond to to what the political impact of them is go ahead and you don't get what i mean what is the impact it but i mean that this mom you mentioned it earlier just in terms of these ongoing sexual harassment allegations the drip drip drip of ongoing investigation how much of a juicer pull is it going to be the maybe just like let's throw the bums out everybody and both of you guys have been unsuccessful in getting some of these guys had of congress so you but you kind of both in the same situation here so let's talk about the impact i i think it's really simply like the the whole thing is just sad and unfortunate people are open for bipartisanship and like this is an wanted we're looking for you know it's.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Dan let's be frank for second at me at the end of the cycle democrats in the house will been out of power for eight years what has changed and what are you doing today at the trip different this time than maybe you did last cycle where you really four the last four cycle that you think is really going to be the change maker jerking me the difference what look that first of all this year size the battlefield i cannot emphasize to folks enough how big and how massive the battlefield is that we are working through we heavy battlefield right now we have nine be one plus targeted races we have eighty four of them john that ready viable a new rather viable hillary at grason i also wanted to buy four tossup seats right now ahol hold on to at at my my counterpart again very smart very smartly pointed out in virginia that we basically want all the clinton districts i'd like to remind everybody that if we win the clinton districts we take back the house in so while the battlefield is big and dynamic my counterpart next year is going to have to choose between where do you let people go and then where do you go down with them and you've already pointed to a few incumbents you wanna go down with and so i i just think the reality is the battlefield the fact that they are in power is a substantially different i think if you hold onto that he's gonna have to make some tough choices to because that's just not the right now there and this is not me this is like the ratings agencies have about twenty four seats that are rated a up so the independent bipartisan situation disagrees with whatever battlefield number you put out there and so you know i really hope that you commit to that because we are also going to be on off.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"We'll be right back with more of our playbook audio briefing but first a word from our sponsor pharma there is no tiptoeing into the unknown now is the time to put the accelerator to the floor the best is yet to come like advancements in personalize medicine and immunotherapy and it's coming faster than we can imagine welcome to the future of medicine were diseases no match for tenacity no match for ingenuity were together we go boldly learn moregoboldlycom let's talk about something that is has been an issue in well in every house race basically in the last almost decade in its nancy pelosi and that's if republicans have pretty much said publicly that she has been a difference in races that albanian than i thought i got it republicans say so i want you to both a talk about that her she's obviously like any congressional leader a very unpopular has very low approval ratings across the country dan is going to argue that it doesn't matter john you're gonna argue that it makes the all the difference let's here it it that special election in georgia i think it i think the number was ninety ten and jets to we talk about the special election it was jon ossoff who was a a young democrat from uh from the area and karen handel the republican who ended up winning that race i think it was ninety two percent of the ads that were running that against oh soft we talked about nancy pelosi so yeah i think it's a difference maker that's out there also unpopular she is what are your polls show i would say why wildly unpopular but i think it's a little did like give us a number.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Second so you basically had a democrat contested democratic primary in a contested republican primary you look at where turnout eternal went to the roof on the primary went through the roof in the primary terrific energy monumental energy on the democratic side you look at where votes came from for the governor's race turnout state high turnout stayed high in the dark blue areas turnout stayed high end the democratic areas on the republican side it dipped substantially now on the republican side they also had a primary emits remember the primaries do go both ways and and my my my counterpart i do not envy the task you have in terms of holding the party together there are sort of strong forces on multiple fronts in both parties there's there's a real difference of holding the party together when you're in power um and so i i think the key piece the road this year isn't even in virginia itself significant turn out in the democratic areas in the general significant drop off in the republican areas having voted for an institutional sort of traditional republican candidate for governor i think that tells a huge amount about how the bennett the primaries can really benefit the democrats john you seem like you're itching to rizvon effort for folks listening at home right now that was me itching for a yeah i would love to talk about virginia y you know the the obviously the result of the governor's race on on the top level were what they were but when you look at that the the areas that trump won and perform there was higher turnout and glossed be one by harder highermargin that than what was there in the past so it's not like things were really just down in republican areas they were actually up from where they were and yes things were up in the democratic areas and by more than they were up in the republican areas but a lot has been made over the seats that have been flipped in the state house there but when you take a step back and look it geographically where they are the vast vast vast majority of them are in currently democrat held congressional districts.

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"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"There's no tiptoeing into the unknown welcome to the future of medicine were diseases no match for tenacity no match for ingenuity were together we go boldly learn moregoboldlycom good sunday morning i'm jake sherman and welcome to the last bonus playbook audio briefing episode from our live taping at six than i synagogue are last segment is a sit down with the d triple sees executive director dan seena and the nrc sees executive director john rogers the two men who will be battling it out for control of the house in 2018 not surprisingly they don't agree on very much from how popular nancy pelosi is to how many seats are up for grabs next year if you like any of our segments or all of our segments make sure to subscribe in reiter podcasts on apple podcast stitcher or wherever you tune in and and now we're going to welcome the the two men who are spending millions of dollars and making a lot of consultants very happy another kid dan seat of the executive director of the triple see and john rogers the executive director of the an rcc give them a round of applause thank you i get up but i'd from afraid that i knock this microphone down sneaky okay so he close to the microphone and really close on after bleak let's break out some political water data coming sweet we don't have trump water but we have politica water okay so we are less than a year from election day and.

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"john rogers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of banana plan the communication strategy for roy more is alabama senate campaign has quit correspondent martin savage has details of the campaign sailing with a rather paid this as being sylvie deal but it is a big deal it's three weeks before this crucial election the question is was there something in the last twenty four hours be that precipitate of this the campaign says no john rogers made this decision last friday he was offered a secondary position but he turned it down he did want to do it morris denied any wrongdoing and supporters have been claiming they don't believe the women who are accusing more of sexual misconduct decades ago a fellow michigan democrats not happy with word the congressman john conyers has said sexual harassment allegation i think that there is evidence that deeply disturbed me i want a fair hearing i want it to be very quick and if these things are proving to be true we need to act michigan congresswoman debbie diggle illegal mess surrounding a one time dr for michigan state university in the us olympic gymnastics team is far from over despite despite today's guilty plea by dr larry nassar to charges of criminal sexual conduct several victims have said they plan to sue the university and the usoc eight were rescued three navy crew members still missing go after the crash of a small transport plane in the sea of japan to greyhound is a decadesold reliable workhorse carrier fleet plying people on and off carrier tech landing on the deck slight fighter jets forest mounted barbara pentagon very pretty picture from the air last night maybe not so much if you were in that rock solid traffic on interstate 5 in los angeles in the video that went viral swore the same today in many other places around the nation as we try to get out.

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"john rogers" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"john rogers" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Good evening i'm scott chambers us senator looters strange joined yellowhammer radio on wyde fm today in birmingham these senator was lashing out at what he calls fake news cbs over allegations he was present when a bribe was offered to a state representative those details in a news report from the alabama political reporter when questioned strange had this to say were you present when any bribe was offered what i really appreciate us in that question to very serious allegations it is kohl detestable malicious lie i will never any meeting i never did john rogers in the idea that what are you only rob similar by the attorney general of the say under the meeting igloo goes all the way a doctor from daphne in south alabama is charge with medicaid fraud and i agree theft of property fifty eight year old dr roussin m to rabian is in your row logist who operates eastern shore neurology and pain center in addition to stay charges to rabian and faces a twenty seven count federal indictment those charges include illegally distributing scheduled to control substances money laundering and making unlawful transactions the alabama law enforcement agency says a man has died after being struck by a train forty six year old kori lim arnold of eight mile died thursday after a norfolk southern train hit him in mobile.

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