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Fresh update on "journal" discussed on ABC News Perspective
"Press? I know you told me the Nutrition Research journal and it's July 2012 issue revealed the green tea significantly increased. Plasma, antioxidant activity and whole blood glucose thigh arm. Can you recap Some of these headlines and tell me why you're such a green tea advocate. Okay, what you just said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is really critical. There are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in the body or they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount. The green tea antioxidants, which we know are Among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire world are very well absorbed. They improved plasma antioxidant activity. That is the blood concentration of antioxidants. So what happens is You get this great concentration of antioxidants, substances which a protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body, your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glucose I own when we take in the right antioxidants, and not all antioxidant compounds are the right antioxidant. Our bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called Glue to Sion. So you taken the green tea extract. You build the antioxidant activity in your blood, And you also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied, very powerful protective substance called Bluetooth science. So It is remarkable. This isn't something that most high antioxidant foods or supplement ingredients do. But it does happen with a concentrated properly made green tea extract. All right, let's switch gears and talk about this curcumin, which is number two on your listen. By the way, these three ingredients are all found in the new green tea combo formula. We're gonna be offering a free bottle in a few minutes. But talk to me about the curcumin, which is spelled C U R C, u M I and now most people haven't heard of it. But scientists and research You know, it's one of the most powerful Super foods on the planet. It can positively influence our d n a Maintain joint comfort, healthy information and more. Can you share some of the incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us why you use this?.
Federal Judge Halts Federal Aid Program for Minority Farmers
"Federal judge has halted a loan forgiveness program for farmers of color in response to a lawsuit claiming the program discriminates against white farmers. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports a district judge in Milwaukee issued a temporary restraining order suspending the program for President Biden administration for socially disadvantaged farmers. And
Fresh update on "journal" discussed on 3 Dimensional Wealth
"You buy your seat to planet if you could just pay the tax on the price of the seed And plant color bait and enjoy the harvest in the fall of life without paying tax. That's a rough, okay, that's better than getting a tax break on the seed money in an IRA 41 K and then agreeing to pay tax on the harvest when you are going to be in a higher bracket, or you don't have any deductions anymore. Does that make sense? And so that's why the article came out. But it was talking about market volatility. I've always said no. I will never on a diarrhea form. Okay, because I'm in partnership with Uncle Sam and he gets a call all the shots. He gets to determine his percent that he will take out of our business partnership, so to speak, based upon how hard up he deems he is. I don't like that. And so this is why way back Before that article, I wrote an article called How Congress is Peddling IRA and 41 K Snake oil. An IRA or 41. K is the best savings bond the government ever came up with for themselves. Well, folks, do you know, I think it was January 2nd of 2017. There was an article in the Wall Street Journal that says the original champions of the 41 K lament the day they ever came up with that idea. They were basically saying they never intended it to be the primary way that people save for retirement. It was supposed to be this little supplemental account and I got out of hand because a lot of businesses said You know what? We do not want to provide a defined benefit pension for our employees because then we're responsible for investing that money correctly and so forth, and a lot of pensions were mismanaged. And so they said, We'll introduce defined contribution plans. That's a four Oh one k. You define how much you want to contribute, and whatever you earn is up to you. And that's why this guy goes. You know, most Americans are not savvy, and they have their money in the market, and Wall Street was not built to create predictable income. Okay, so join us for a free educational webinar, where you can learn what to do better than an IRA or 41 K and when it's time to do a strategic rollout. We're teaching this free 90 minute webinar this coming Wednesday. We're going to start at 12.
Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory
"The story. I was telling you about four. It's called Beijing's useful idiots. It's in my newsletter and I strongly Strongly Strongly encourage you to read it. Kind of like God, Tom Cruise from a few good men. I object. I strenuously object. Well, I don't strenuously object. You reading this article, Beijing's useful idiots. It's an unheard dot com By Ian Burrell. It is a damning indictment of the science infrastructure that was used to wave you off the lab league theory. We all know what happened now we all know it's likely matter of fact, I believe at this point probable that this virus leaked from a lab covid 19, obviously. That's not the story. We know that the story is. How are we waved off it for so long? And how were we? Conservatives attacked for promoting man that phone lines lit up fast? Sorry, Producer Mike Well, this article just on dresses everyone behind it rather than going through the beginning. I discussed earlier on my show. I'm gonna discuss this part because it matters. Here's a quote from the peace again. It's in my newsletter today, Bongino dot com slash newsletter. If you want to check it out. Bunch Basia. Beijing's useful idiots. It's important to get to motive. Motive matters. Why? Why did people at nature science magazines respect? Formerly respected science journals, The Lancet nature or why did they? Why were they so invested in making the most likely theory disappearing? Ladies and gentlemen, if you're at home, you know right now, the answer. You know it. What's the answer? Follow the money. Always follow the money. Follow the money trail. You will always get your answer every single time.
Fresh update on "journal" discussed on Ric Edelman
"Were very supportive. Meanwhile, G seven leaders once again said to discuss climate change, and activists say what's required now was actually doing something more. Maybe sees Tom Rivers in London campaigners like Max Lawson say We've been here before. Climate change has been on the agenda of the G seven since maybe 2000 and three So we didn't see action, not just talk. We're going to stop dangerous climate change happening. Head of policy at Oxfam adds. It is great that Joe Biden is given new impetus to climate talks, which are crucial happening at the end of the year in UK, but the G seven needs to do a lot more. Those crucial climate discussions take place in Glasgow in November. Tom Rivers. ABC NEWS London Back in Wisconsin, with Governor Ebert's officially seeking a second term in office, When might we see Republican challengers announced their candidacies, Jeff Mayors, president of with politics dot com, tells WTMJ. A lot of that depends on whether current Senator Ron Johnson runs for re election. If he does not in some of those who are maybe to run for governor, my Instead say Oh, I'll run for the open Senate so far. Johnson has not said whether or not he'll seek a third term in office. Meanwhile, Senator Johnson won't be allowed to post YouTube videos for at least a week. The website making the decision as they also removed a video of Johnson, speaking about the use of Hydroxychloroquine and I ever met him to treat covid 19. This is a violation of YouTube's policy regarding misinformation when it comes to the virus. In response, Johnson tells Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. His censorship shows YouTube has accumulated too much unaccountable power senator added onto Twitter..
Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers
"A suspect and the Gwinnett County jail with no bond and connection to a Lawrenceville double homicide earlier this year. WD US TERROR. Brawley has details. Manta Journal Constitution reports 28 year old Walter Devran Hill was arrested and charged Wednesday in the deaths of 28 year old Darius Miles and 21 Year old Christopher Smith. The two were reportedly shot to death as they were sleeping on March 28th their mother, Tyrion. Brown told the A. J. C that investigators secured enough evidence for hills arrest about two weeks ago. Authorities later located and arrested Hill into Cap
Fresh update on "journal" discussed on Las Vegas Money Resource
"And you get Dr Pincus is audio C d the number to call is 1 802 08196 to give it to you again. It's 1 800. 2081962. Well, What do you think, folks? This is pretty interesting, isn't it? Doctor? Pincus has been really talking to us about vitamin C. And, like most of you, I was more under the impression the vitamin C was instrumental in helping to boost your immune system. Then all of these other things that we've been talking about, including being able to Extend your life. But you know when you have the government saying, Look, all you need is 60 MG of vitamin C. I mean, you can see where people are confused. Well, Chris. I said in the beginning of the show here that there's two problems with the vitamin C that you can buy one is getting enough of it. And second having the right form of vitamin C. Here's the thing I did go to the supermarket before. I got here, okay? And I brought some vitamin C and I went and bought these and I'd like to just show you what's out there. So let's go through this. This particular vitamin C. It has 500 mg of vitamin C in it, so Right off the bat. You'd have to take three tablets to get the same amount of vitamin C That's in my super C. 22. Okay? All right, all right, But I want you to read some of the ingredients. All right, so this one has vitamin C. Well, it's just one type of score. Bic acid, right? So it's a single type of vitamin C. Okay than it has cellulose. Cellulose is ground up newspaper. Alright. The next one is vegetable stare IQ acid. Now that's an oil a lubricant, so the pills come out of the machine when they form them. Ah, And the next one is silica, silica, sand sand like the beach. All right, So here's another one. Try this one here. Okay, So this is a national brand, right? Right. So this is 500 mg. Okay, This is a chewable. Yes. All right. So take a look at the ingredients. Okay, um, Person ingredient is sucrose sugar. Okay, sorbitol sugar. Sodium. Escort bait. That's a form of vitamin C that's attached to salt. So now you're getting sodium Alright. Vegetables. Terek Acid. That's that lubricant again, and FD and C yellow number six. There you go. Number six. So now that's artificially colored vitamin C. Now what? What makes your formula the Super C 22 formula different From these that we're talking about? Well, what's different about it is I use 22 different forms of vitamin C, and it's all naturally flavored natural colours. There's nothing artificial in it, Chris. So it's good for you, and it's the only one that has this unique delivery method of being able to drink it down. It's water soluble goes right to work in your body, and it has The proper amounts of vitamin C per servant. There's 1500 mg per serving. There's nothing else on the market like it. I've done tons of research vitamin C has over 100,000 studies, and it's really survive the test of time. What do these studies suggest? What are they saying? Well, I'll give you I'll give you a couple headlines. This study was conducted at the University of California, and it found that people who took vitamin C above the R D, a above 60 MG increase their lifespan up to six years. They also found that deaths from cardiovascular disease were reduced over 40%, a study reported in the International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition. Concluded that when you have high concentrations of vitamin senior system, blood pressure comes down. Here's another study, according to the American Journal of Epidemiology, People that had more vitamin C in their diets had greater lung volume, and they measure lung volume by milliliters. And so those who increase their vitamin C every day had an increase of 22 mL. No, that's a lot, especially if you're an asthmatic a smoker. If you're someone that has allergies, when you get the lung volume up, you get more oxygen. Your system more energy. That's just from vitamin C. Wow. Now earlier, you talked about the connection between vitamin C and weight loss. How does that work? Well, this is the kind of groundbreaking research on vitamin C and weight loss. But what happens is vitamin C is a natural appetite suppressant. And it also increases your metabolism and your energy and your energy goes up. You start feeling better. You go out and take a walk. Let's burn some of it off. So you've created this Super C 22 formula. It's a powder right? You mix it into a great tasting beverage. And folks, you'll love the taste of this Now when you take your super C 22 formulas, Is it something you can feel working? I mean, what can it do? Well, the first sign of health is more energy. So you're going to have more energy, more mental clarity. You're going to have less pain in your body. Your cholesterol's going to go down. Your triglycerides will go down the HDL cholesterol the good ones going to go up. Blood pressure starts to go down. You have less joint pain. Well, here I've got one of my clients is he's from Oregon. He wrote me this letter. He says Dr Pincus, he says. I've been on your super C for several days now. And he says one of the first thing that happened for him. Is he sleeping a lot better now, and he said he used to drag himself out of bed Now he's waking up, he says, quote, bright eyed and bushy tailed. The the other thing that he wrote, he said. I'm breathing much better now, he says. I used to get winded, climbing the stairs at work, especially always breathing better and he's he's out walking. He's taking time with his kids. It's a life changer. Chris. Yeah, Super C. 22 is a life changer. I want to let your listeners know that if you want.
Wall Street Journal Proves David Horowitz' Liberal 'Anti-Anti-Communist' Theory
"The break, I would get to this perfect example again of what I told you. David Horowitz is anti anti Communist theory is we are the anti Communist. I get to question all time. I don't get the left. They support Iran. The Iran deal. Iran throws gays off buildings The left is not hard to understand that all we are the anti Communists. The left are the anti anti communist whatever us as freedom fighters are for their against. It's that simple. The left used to claim with the you and others. They were four civil liberties and free speech. That's a joke. They are the ones the biggest advocates for wiping conservative of conservatives all fake book off Twitter and off screw tube. They have nothing. They don't care. It's all about free speech. All this stuff is a joke. Whatever you support their against Here's the perfect Article, Wall Street Journal today. America's energy gifted dictators. What have you What does the left hold You There. Principles are on Russia, Russia, Russia, the PP tape. They were back scratching with Donald Trump. They colluded to win an election. Russia's our number one geopolitical foe. Russia is awful. Russia is terrible. They've told you that right left this. You've heard it from your left his friends awful. Vladimir Putin colluded with Donald Trump to steal an election in 2016. We've heard it over and over again, so they're principles are right, according to their own words. That Russia is the biggest threat to the United States right now in our election process. Which is really strange, because when you read this Wall Street Journal opinion piece today, America's energy gift to dictators. You find out that yes, Um Joe Biden is busy dumping sanctions on a Russian gas pipeline to Germany that will benefit Vladimir Putin and Russian energy sales tremendously at the same time, by the way, Joe Biden is killing the Keystone XL Pipeline and Anwar, which will benefit energy production in the United States and U. S citizens.
JBS Paid $11 Million to Ransomware Hackers
"Early last week. The world's biggest meat processing company j b s was hit with a ransomware attack. Now we know what the company paid the hackers eleven million dollars. According to a gps executive the wall street journal says the company paid in bitcoin and according to the f. b. i. russian-speaking. Gang is responsible for that cyber
The Marxist Agenda of the Modern American Journalist
"I pointed out a month or five weeks ago or so that marks profession as long as profession anyway was as a journalist. And it's not a surprise that when you see the the american marxist today in these various news platforms although the night but they deny whatever they want. I don't give a damn what they do not remember. This is part of the case. We're going to make the case. Use our language. Use it properly and identify what we need to identify. But he was a so-called journalist in the modern journalists so called are using marxists tactics and many of them don't even know it. They just play on a social activist on page ninety. Four point out in an interview with james ledbetter the editor of dispatches for the new york tribune a two thousand and a book of marxist articles for the tribune yes he wrote for the new york tribune ledbetter who looked at all the articles explains that the basic marks approach to his new york tribune columnist at an event that was in the news and election and uprising the second opium war the outbreak of the american civil war and sift through it until he could boil it down to some fundamental questions of politics or economics and then on those questions he would make his judgment and their sense marxist journalism does resemble some of the writing that is published today in journals of opinion and it is not hard to see a direct line between marxist journalistic writing and the kind of ten days writing on public affairs that characterized much political journalism. He says especially in europe but this was written some time ago. It's especially now in america in the twentieth century. So he wrote that in two thousand eight so the modern american journalists so called is not what the framers of the constitution had in mind. They're not about freedom of speech. They have taken the approach of karl marx himself. As who's was a journalist for a long time.
Latest IRS Scandal Coincides With Biden's Plan to Increase Taxes
"The eye ours. Government agency can ever trust them either. Did you see this story in the journal today? Wall Street Journal Return to the IRS scandal. Propublica apparently got ahold of a bunch of tax return information for the wealthiest Americans. Jeff Bezoza, Warren Buffett and you know when your institutions are collapsing, and you have a media enterprises doesn't care. They should be asking the question like Hey, listen, I am no fan of Jeff Bezoza at Amazon, Believe me. Jeff Bezoza as an American citizen entitled to Big Our God given rights. It's not just well, I don't like this guy's politics so he doesn't have the rights I have. That's not the way rights work. Who the heck of the IRS leaked a boatload of their information to Propublica. Whether you think they should be paying more taxes, less taxes, no taxes, whether you think we should confiscate all their wealth bezoza buffet. Otherwise they are entitled to the secrecy. You're entitled to when your tax return. And somehow that information leaked out of the IRS. What did I tell you? Institutions are collapsing everywhere. And why did that information leak out? Let me read to you from the journal Cause this is fascinating. They say, quote allow us to fill in the last blank. This tax league story arrives amid the Biden administration's effort to pass the largest tax increases to share the economy since 1968 What a quickie think folks. The main Democratic argument for a tax hike is that the rich should pay their quote, fair share. Propublica story is a long argument that somehow the rich don't pay enough. The timing here is no coincidence,
Dr. Marty Makary and Other Sciences Suggest Natural Immunity Is Lifelong
"Check this out. Wall Street Journal Story by Marty Macari Who's terrific. He's a colleague at Fox. Talking about this new Wall Street Journal Op Ed, he wrote. I'm talking about it called the power of natural immunity. Told by the media and their fear mongering campaigns to Should get vaccinated right away. You have you had the coronavirus. We've been told that because you got to keep people scared all the time. Well, do you? Well, that sounds like a personal decision to me because it's Marty, who is a medical professional. Unlike the people in the media writes in his piece, Natural immunity is adorable. Researchers from Washington University in ST Louis reported last month at 11. Months after a mild infection, immune cells were still capable of producing protective anybody's the author, the authors concluded. Prior Covid infection induces quote a robust and log lived long lived. Huma rel immune response, leading some scientists who suggest that natural immunity is probably lifelong. Cause infection began months earlier than vaccination. We have more follow up data on the duration of natural immunity than unvaccinated immunity. Where are you hearing about that? You're hearing about that anywhere else, Fellas, ladies, anyone? Who's Jimmy here about that? Didn't hear about that. That's kind of been. Yeah, Yeah. I didn't hear about
Media Was Quick to Criticize Trump yet Failed to Investigate True Origins of COVID-19 Virus
"People clearly knew this thing could have originated and likely did originate in a Chinese bioweapons lab. It was starting the process of wiping out what would be millions of people. People in the scientific community and the media and within our own government appear to have colluded to suppress that information for the sole purpose of influencing an election and attacking a political figure. When that same political figure, Donald J. Trump. Mentioned the drug Hydroxychloroquine that initially had showed promise in the fight against coronavirus. Instead of putting out the science and allowing doctors to make informed decisions. Politicians in some states actually banned its use for that purpose, while the media jumped in and attack the drug. Cited a study by the Lancet. Study that had to be retracted later because of its shoddiness. The same Lancet that appeared to have implied an endorsement of Joe Biden's victory that's supposed to be a science journal, the same Lancet that published the letter authored by Peter Dash, shock and others. Waving people off the lab leak hypothesis. We have the players. We have the conspiracy. We have the overt acts. It's not a theory. All we need. Now are people empowered to investigate
PREDICT Director Jonna Mazet Waved off Lab Leak Theory Early, Ignoring 'Anomalies'
"Piece about that Lancet letter because here's where it gets really toasting of the muffins time. The global director of predict was a doctor, Joanna Masset of the University of California, Davis. The W. H O conducted an investigation into the origins of covid, it turns. It turned to Dr Dash shock from the Eco Health Alliance to lead the effort. No conflict there, folks. He declared the origin of the virus to be zoonotic occurring naturally from an animal to humans in an unknown fashion. We now know based on Scott's reporting. Dr Dash. Chuck was the driving the whole force behind the letter published in the March 7 2020 issue of Lancet. One of the leading medical journals in the world. Whose signature ladies and gentlemen is on that letter. Or whose name is on that letter. Peter Dash. Jack's name is on it waving people off the lab league theory. Which is kind of fascinating. You know who else is? Name is on it. Yeah, John, a massive From predict. The Department of Defense Associated Program with their money. She signed it, too. Had her name on the letter waving people off. Also on that letter was Jeremy Farrar remember him from yesterday's radio show. The guy who got the email from Edward Holmes. Remember what the email said? Yeah, we've We've seen some anomalies in this, but we're not talking about it because it'll make us look like loons. You've seen some anomalies in what the virus. What were those anomalies was at the double CG fingerprint code, which would indicate that it was likely man made. At the bat Lady that dash axe working with Left out of her report. Conveniently, she admitted that kind of an important piece of information to admit no
Wall Street Journal Article Exposes That Covid Virus Was Very Likely Man-Made
"Unfortunately, came out. At a rough time while I was doing show, perhaps so I teased it yesterday but didn't get to the whole thing. And I said to you that these viruses have coding in them like computer code, and when people want to mess with computer code to mess with your computer, they leave fingerprints behind. Well, so do people who want to mess with viruses. They leave little codes behind, too. How do we know that? Let's go to The Wall Street Journal Peace be in my newsletter today, if you want to check it out. Actually, you know what we didn't put in the newsletter thing by Geno that Constellation newsletter. But I would have all the other articles will be there. You know why it's subscription only, and people send me emails back upset. I don't have a subscription, which I understand. I do think it's pretty good paper. Here's the articles. The science suggested Wuhan Lab leak by Steven Quay in Richard Mueller. Folks, you got to read this piece because it will open your eyes. There are fingerprints left behind on these viruses when we tinker with nature and kill millions of people, which quite possibly happened here. How do we know that? Okay, let's go to take away number one from this piece. I'll read you all the good nuggets, So don't worry about it. If you miss a lot of you are busy. Gain a function research, a microbiologist can increase the lethal itty of a coronavirus enormously by splicing a special sequence into the genome at a prime location. Wow, that's pretty interesting. We can do that. Doing. This leaves no trace of manipulation, but it alters the virus spike protein, rendering it easier for the virus to inject its genetic material into the victim's cell. 1992, there have been at least 11 separate experiments, adding a special sequence to the same location. The end result, folks has always been Supercharged viruses. So what do we know?
The Coronavirus Has a Genetic Footprint Not Found in Nature; Was It Man Made?
"All of your tissues. Your organs. It's coded by DNA. Viruses have DNA to. It's written in a code. I mean, it's not digital, but you get the point is a digital be a series of zeroes and ones. What happens with D N a gym If I don't explain this, right cut me off because he didn't think I did a good job explaining why I'm a little upset about it on the podcast, right? It's written in a code DNA that viruses used to that uses a series of these bases. Human beings. I It's what is it A T? C g. I think it's a dentist scene was the tyrosine, cytosine and guanine. RNA, I think uses a different base for one of them. Viruses use that same code. It's like a code. It's right. You don't need a cipher for You can look at it. When you break down the DNA in these organisms, you know what's fascinating in this Wall Street journal piece. They found a code. It's just it's a Let's say a six letter code. It repeats the same three letters twice E g G C G in the coronavirus, Sightseeing, guanine guanine, cytosine guanine guanine. That's in the coronavirus, folks. Why does that matter? Because that's e G. G C G code in the coronavirus that has been killing millions of people. Didn't appear anywhere in nature before. We know about it. You know where it typically comes from? Typically comes from human beings. Who Alter the genetic sequence of the virus to inject that CG CG quote code because it's easy to track easy to follow, and it produces arginine arginine, which makes that virus more potent
Elon Musk Is a Stonckfluencer
"Go back to that for twenty tweet from twenty eighteen. Tell me a little bit more about the trouble. Daddy lennon too. So the brought must to court Basically because they're saying this is true you didn't have funding secured you misled. Investors sent the stock price up. You know it was nowhere near four twenty at the time. So they ended up settling out of court. He'd have to admit any wrongdoing. But he lost his chairmanship tesla. And musk find a total of twenty million dollars each and he was supposed to run any like market-moving tweets by the company's lawyers kind of the settlement was to sort of get a hold of of this wild twitter. And we've been seeing the tweets alana's sort of famous for being wild on twitter but recently we learned that you didn't really follow the judge's orders. In the case of running his tweets by lawyer right right even after paying forty million dollars was against chairmanship turns out based on this correspondence that the wall street journal through a request that he not running tweets by his lawyers. And the sec's upset that he's not actually following the agreement in the settlement so one of the tweets was about solar reproduction and the other one was him saying that the the stock was too high which actually sent the stock down about ten percent to be clear you on. Musk is still the. Ceo of tesla. Right he is still the. Ceo tesla in a ceo saying that your company's stock prices too high. Seems like a bad idea. Yeah i mean. He just has such an effect on the stock price. And it's like so obvious. Every time he sends a tweet you can chart out. You know how much he sends the tesla's stock upper down. Has anything happened to. Egon tweets by the sec added. The short answer is no There's a lot of back and forth between the sec. And his lawyers lawyers are saying he doesn't really need to run those tweets by them because their opinion Sec tried to hold him in contempt of court for an earlier tweet but the judge was like you guys deal with this and they did by saying okay. Employers have to go re tweets but only when they have to do with production refinances. But that doesn't seem to have stopped him here. I mean sec's only recourse. Would be to try to go back to a federal judge. See if the hold him in contempt or relitigate this whole thing you know get rid of the settlement and try to try to get him in trouble for that original for twenty tweet.
The Exponential Rise of Ransomware
"Just how defenseless our food and fuel supplies can be to hackers this month. The largest meat producer in america was forced to close for several days and that was only three weeks after. Hackers shut down the main source of gasoline for the east coast. Both were ransomware attacks by hackers who break into a computer network and lock it until ransoms paid colonial pipeline paid more than four million dollars in may to get fuel flowing in the east again as we first told you in two thousand nineteen critical public service. Networks are also targets twenty six percent of cities and counties for example report that they fend off work attacks every hour perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals had been held hostage all across the country in january twenty eighteen. the night shift at hancock. Regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs of indianapolis got it. Ceo steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that i read in the journals. And i say oh those poor folks. I'm glad that's never gonna happen to us. But when you come in and you see that the files on your computer have been. Renamed in all of the files were renamed. Either we apologize for files or were sorry and there was a moment when i thought well. Maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network have said still had a told. Nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electronic could be trusted. This is a ransomware so this is a virus that has gotten into the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an iv. Pump could have jumped to a ventilator. We needed a little time just to make sure about that.
State and Local Republican Parties Are Turning Ever More Toward Trump
"January six dr day history of the united states cap president trump is spoken many times since we left office. And i don't know if we'll ever see. But i will always be proud of what we accomplish for the american people over the last four years in new hampshire this week downplaying his differences with president trump Over the course of their partnership president trump of course returned to the stage last night as well with that speech in north carolina. Talk about it on our roundtable. We've got rahm emanuel donna. Brazile wall street journal columnist jason ryan riley a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and author of new book. Maverick a biography of thomas sowell and former libertarian member of congress justin amash and carson let me begin with you. The new york times is an interesting analysis of president trump this where they call them diminished but dominating at the same time of course. He had to give up basically his blog this week. He's still has a hold on the republican party. You serve with a lot of republican members of congress. How do you explain it. What republicans do about it well over the last couple years. I've really seen it. Take off. When i first got to congress. I could see this nationalist sort of starting to swell and by about two thousand fifteen. It took hold of the republican party in in a pretty big way at first members of congress when donald trump took office were doubtful about him. They would make fun of them in private. They'd criticize him They'd insult him. Even i thought they going too far and i was a big critic of donald trump and i couldn't believe some of the things that were said about him and then around two or three years ago around the beginning of twenty nine or so. I saw people really start to shift and the party really became donald trump's party completely and that's going to be the way it is over the next few years. I don't think. I don't think we're going back to a different kind of republican party.
U.S. Employers Added 599,000 Jobs in May
"Has been a week of jobs here on this program because Their jobs, and that's basically the whole smash right now. As you know the economy added 559,000 of them in May, and that As I'm sure you will be shocked to here is where we will begin the next 6.5 minutes of our day. Catherine Rampell is at the Washington Post. Kate Davidson is at the Wall Street Journal. Hey, you two Okay. Okay. So Katherine, let me start with you. Uh, and what I said in the open their expectations. Schmidt expectations, even though I probably said that wrong. Um, Here's the deal. There's no wrong way to say that may have word right fine. Um, 559,000 jobs is a lot of jobs. But a lot of the coverage this morning and through the day has been Oh, no, we missed. It's not as many as we thought. And I just want to push back on that for a minute, because let's be honest, This is a lot of jobs. It's a lot of jobs and look, the forecasts were all over the place. There's a lot of uncertainty right now. Some people were expecting a million jobs. Some people were expecting 300,000 jobs, right smack in the middle was this 670,000 number that gets cited as the consensus but consensus implies a lot more. Unanimity. Um then there actually was. So there was a lot of uncertainty here, right? I will say that it wasn't that long ago that economists were forecasting in the neighborhood. More economists. I should say we're forecasting the neighborhood of a million jobs. And like last month that was the best for last month, and expectations have been ratcheted down. And so in that sense, I guess it is a little disappointing, but look where we are clearly recovering. And it's going to take a while before we get back to where we were.
U.S. Economy Added 559,000 Jobs in May
"It has been a week of jobs here on this program because their jobs. And that's basically the whole smash right now as you know. The economy added five hundred fifty nine thousand of them in may and that as i'm sure you'll be shocked to here is where we will begin the next six and a half minutes of our day katherine pels at the washington post k davidson wall street journal. Hey do okay so let me start with you And what i said in the open. Their expectations chm expectations. Even though i probably said that wrong Here's the deal all right fine. Five hundred fifty. Nine thousand jobs is a lot of but a lot of the coverage this morning and through the day has been ono we missed. It's not as many as we thought. And i just want to push back on that for a minute because let's be honest. This is a lot of jobs. It's a lot of jobs and look the forecasts. Were all over the place. There's a lot of uncertainty right now. Some people were expecting a million jobs. Some people were expecting three hundred thousand jobs. Right smack in the middle. Was this six hundred. Seventy thousand number that get cited as the consensus but consensus implies a lot more unanimity Than there actually was so there was a lot of uncertainty year right. I will say that it wasn't that long ago. That economists were forecasting in the neighborhood. More or economists. I should say we're forecasting the neighborhood of a million jobs and like last month last month and expectations have been ratcheted down and so in that sense. I guess it is a little disappointing. But look where. We are clearly recovering. And it's gonna take a while before we get back to where we were.
The Sick Irony of the Democrats Is Truly Amazing
"Of my tv colleagues. America just realized that the the sick irony of the democrats and the history of the democrat party really is amazing. We've talked about this for how long twenty years mr boothe cancel culture the fact that the democrat part of the pulled on monuments. Slow burn books. They'll do this. they'll do that. But the democrat party which is responsible for supporting slavery and the confederacy and then join with the clan that lasts that survives. At all as i've said many many times before so the parents are in on and now they have figured it out. But i want to underscore point. It would be one of the most unimaginable and shocking ironies. If the federal department responsible for protecting us from pandemics may well have helped funded. I think they're info cover up mode. I think they're info cover up mode. I think that's what's going on. I don't think there's any question people wanna talk around. Excuse me hello hello. People wanna talk around it. I'll just stay bluntly now. The others can state with full confidence. I really believe in the media are no different meteor. No different from from the others. That have been spawned from american marxism. Look who's in the media. Look at he. Got george stephanopoulos journalist. Chuck todd he's not a journal. He's also stupid but he's not a journalist. Most of these so-called journalists aren't journalists anymore. The model that they follow the model that the institute is the same model that they practice on capitol hill among democrats. Just look at the guests who they bring in the propaganda. Look the narrative that they push. It's the same narrative same damn thing.
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"My question for you is what's the compare and contrast between doing the morning pages of the night pages with them. The impact you're. The Infant Journal all-told. What is the exercise like for folks who are say gt dealers who were doing a weekly review and those who are doing the impact journal? Do those work together, and or do they work in like? Does the Impact Journal essence replace the weekly review? How how does that work together? No, they don't. They dont and the weekly review or any other methodologies that you want to use for productivity will start work. This will just keep. This will allows you to keep your compass calibrated. This is not to go into the little detail that the impact journalists nut designed to go into the. Small detail go on bye-bye breath. No is to keep you and the compass calibrated in the big think so when you look into the morning. Could you start a day with since peration? Then you continue with gratefulness. Why because I believe that the more grateful you put in your life that much better outcomes you see, then you go to what we call the where? What are the tree things that are the most important on your personal life? What are the things that are important on your professional life? Why because as you define does on opportunities come, and you have this six things to evaluate against. You are always evaluate against the same sick things. One of the things that I see often on my coaching is people. Come and evaluate. Twenty was one set of criteria. Some dental paternity show up the next day, and then they changed the criteria, so paternity sounds way more appealing, and then there are confused, yes. When you know what is what I called aware. What are those criterias water dough? Things are your guide night, and and and the Impact Journal allows you to to work into data undefined what they are. Then you go to what I call. The goals and objectives does what you want to accomplish on those her teen weeks and finally. You. Know what you want to accomplish. What is longer game what you want to accomplish in years one of the things? That has been really interesting for me since I started coaching on. This is when you ask people. What are your goals for the next twelve months? They come with our short list. When you ask them, what is their goal? Sorry for a long list when you. What is your goal for the next three years day? Come with this really really shortlist. So when I started looking at data and begin to research that I found that people tend to under. Estimate what they can accomplish in three years, but they will. Over that they will accomplish in twelve months. So they will come with twenty projects for the next twelve months, but they will come with five in the next three years and more interestingly when you do this exercise. Many of. My clients what I have found is the goals that they want to accomplish in the next twelve months are not part of the three year process. Dr Completely different things. So..
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"What we heard from. So many of you is that in big and small ways. The changes that we've gone through at work have been emotional so we decided to talk to someone about why that is. I must step parental. I'm a psychotherapist. And I'm also the host of the podcast. Where should we begin? And how his work as a psychotherapist and author stare has been the last three decades focused on relationships and recently through her podcast house work. She's focusing on one of our most important relationships. The one we have with our jobs today worked for many people. Certainly between Twenties and thirties becomes the central place where people find meaning connection belonging identity self development growth. I mean an enormous amount of things that are beyond just making sure that you can pay your rent and support yourself. Stir stare says that because so many of us are emotionally invested in our work. An unexpected change can have a big impact in the changes from this pandemic. The happened fast. These things don't just switch overnight. You know we did it overnight. But that doesn't mean that we adapt overnight that overnight change has looked different for different people. Millions of people have lost their jobs. Others are risking their health. Every time they step into their workplace and while the country is starting to reopen. A lot of people will be stuck working from home for a long time. When you work from home you have at least a hope that there is greater physical safety and then the questions are more about. How do you stay connected to your team? How do you structure Your Life? How do you find a sense of routine? People are not just simply working from home but they are working with home at the same time they have to parent and partner and be a colleague and be a performer and be a learner and teacher. Etcetera Etcetera. That all the roles have melded together in one place and it's a wash today on the show a story about the unexpected emotions that come with working from home and the anxiety. He's of opening backup. Welcome to the Journal our show about money business and power. I'm Ryan Knutson. It's Tuesday may twenty six.
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"That meeting so what do you think all of this means for the average worker. I think means that we are all becoming the type of employee that we thought we weren't. I think it means that we're we're all becoming the tract monitored employees and that that moment where you relax at your desk is maybe not as relaxing as it once. was that the velocity city of which you send messages that when you start and end your day though you may think that is not something that is tracked about you in fact it is and in fact there we are moving closer into a world in which everything that we do in say a work is recorded and measured and used as a way to give us feedback. What does that mean for privacy in this whole conversation. You're using your employers device and your employer's office with their software in their facility like the expectation of privacy is completely we different than it is in your home or out on the street and the public space. Some lawyers won't even take a workplace monitoring case because they don't think you have a chance to win your your employer has long controlled your livelihood but I think that the information that they now have that has a sway on that livelihood and your performance in your career career trajectory as that much richer because of all this data. That's being collected after the break. How a film critic finagled his way into covering the moonlight? This episode of the Journal is brought to you by linked in jobs. Lincoln does the Legwork to get your job.
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"This episode of the journal is brought to you by lincoln jobs. Lincoln uses their knowledge of people soft skills and hard skills to match your job listing to the most relevant qualified fight candidates to get fifty dollars off your first job post go to lincoln dot com slash. The journal terms and conditions apply fedex fedex announced last week that it will no longer be shipping packages for amazon. It's a decision that will lose fedex. Almost a billion dollars in revenue <music> fedex is business is shipping boxes and almost no single company generates more boxes to ship than amazon today on on the show. Why would fedex cut ties with a company that would seem to be. It's perfect customer. Welcome to the journal <unk> our show about money business power. I'm ryan kanoute. Send an i'm kate linebaugh. It's monday august twelfth. The relationship between fedex in amazon started to deteriorate after one dramatic christmas. Let's let's go back to december twenty thirteen. It's christmas and it's a year were ecommerce is growing taking share for malls. It's on fire palsy. Albro covers the shipping industry for the wall street journal. We're getting down to the last few days before christmas. Everybody's sitting at home and they are buying presents presents for their kids. Their relatives and they're expecting it to arrive before christmas but what's happening behind. The scenes is u._p._s. Fedex are getting crushed. There are just millions of packages that are being dropped into their network. Not only from from amazon dick's sporting goods macy's kohl's l.l bean. I mean just any retallack you can think of the network was being completely overwhelmed and millions of people a little bit get their packages before christmas. Christmas was ruined for a lot of people christmas. Cheer turned into christmas jeers today after a lot of disappointed online shoppers were without out there gifts on christmas morning. I waited around for hours and hours for it to show up and it never did. It's terribly disappointing because we ordered these things on december first. I was really excited. I couldn't wait to see your face and it didn't happen so i was disappointed and the carriers had to issue refunds john's and sort of amazon amazon akitas well but amazon did something about it. They really got serious about wondering thing. You know what do we have to do to make sure it doesn't happen down the road and they decided that they were going to look into building their own shipping network that strikes me as an extraordinarily ambitious. Che's response to something that all of retail had to deal with but here's amazon deciding. We're gonna actually build our own logistics company right but amazon is known for big ambitious. Che's ideas and really disrupting industries and they certainly have the capital to pursue this sort of bold idea. I don't think it would be hyperbole to say that they're one of the most i feared companies. Incorp america dina mattioli covers amazon for the wall street. Journal amazon's not content to partner with other companies when they think that they could do these things better themselves. They're studying different companies and industries that they can get involved in and if there's an ability to bring efficiencies or to execute under better level they probably will amazon's done a good job at looking inwardly and saying well if we need this type of service. Maybe our customers need it to amazon has used this playbook many times. When it sees an opportunity in another industry it's studies that industry carefully and then pounces so a prime example example of that is cloud computing amazon started growing beyond book selling and they started adding lots of other categories and they needed data and computer pewter bandwidth to help serve those customers so they created cloud computing and then at some point. They said you know what if we need this to run back operations. Any number of companies in the world world probably need it to and that's now the cash cow of the business. I think a lot of people still describe. Amazon is one of the world's biggest retailers but there's so much more the not these days. They are a massive hollywood studio. They're one of the biggest advertising companies in the world. They make their own electronics. They make kindle and alexa which are wildly popular. They're getting into healthcare. They're getting into health insurance and with whole foods and their amazon goes stores. They're also getting into grocery so there's really you know industry that they don't have their tentacles in some fashion in how do companies react when they start to pick up. The scent amazon might be looking into their neighborhood with panic. I think i know this from my prior job covering mergers and acquisitions that you'd be hard pressed to find a single boardroom in america where amazon's not regularly brought up up and people are trying to make themselves amazon proof but when amazon decided to get its tentacles into the shipping business. Fedex's ceo didn't react with panic antic at all here. He is in a fox business interview. Amazon is now a big customer for you time. They're trying to get their own trucks. Their customers twelve competitor the fact that amazon had lots of trucks and things like that is smart from them. Not a threat to us sex would always face the question of what are you gonna do about amazon as a competitor amazon's growing. It's living in our county feel about that. Is that a risk for guys and fedex stance in the words of their c._e._o. And founder fred smith was that amazon being a competitor was quote fantastical. He didn't believe that amazon would build out a network network to rival its own and there was a reason fedex was doubtful. When it comes to logistics. You can't just bill the network to deliver packages any given week. You have to weigh over build your capacity. There's a phrase this isn't logistics industry that you build a church for easter and what that means is that every sunday your church. It may not be packed but on easter. It'll be packed and it'll be overflowed. Amazon needed to build its church. They needed to have its church. That can handle there overflow. Their big peaks in volume around christmas around prime day. Despite this enormous barrier to entry amazon got to work doc building. It's church anyway in just a few years. It's built up a massive logistics apparatus including hundreds of warehouses tens of thousands of trucks and dozens of airplanes over the last few years you start seeing amazon trucks on the road more often so in two thousand fifteen amazon started prime now which is basically one hour delivery and some metro markets later on that year. They started leasing airplanes. They also started looking for people who on small businesses though basically be amazon's delivery partners. I you could start your own business. Hire workers renison vans and you basically have replicated the model that fedex uses in his ground business two years ago twenty. Two percent of packages were delivered by themselves today. Forty five percent of packages are delivered by amazon so almost half of amazon's packages these are delivered by amazon itself and if doubled that in just two years yeah amazon now has around fifty cargo planes now that's still pales in comparison to fedex is around seven hundred planes but for only a few years of work for amazon. It's not bad what u._p._s. has built out over a century korea and fedex has honed over forty years amazon have done no matter of years and all of this would have been fine for fedex. Maybe if amazon was building the network to ship only its own packages but last year amazon declared that shipping other people's packages would be a new line of business third party's people and businesses who sell on amazon can now ship through amazon too and that cuts directly into fedex is business say you're a a sneaker retailer and you're selling shoes on amazon the way an ebay seller might sell on ebay you would sell the shoes an amazon truck would come pick it up from you and they would put in their network the way they would amazon packages and get it to the end user so fedex was just kind of you know what the heck were worshipping your packages. It is but you're also building this business to compete with fedex any business who wakes up one day and sees a customer turning into competitor as the the right to reevaluate their relationship so last week fedex re evaluated and decided to cut ties with amazon and they could afford award to do that. The nine hundred million dollars amazon pays fedex to deliver packages. It's actually only about one percent of fedex is total revenue and there were risks to staying with amazon if fedex were to stay with amazon so amazon becomes not one percent of its revenue but five percent or ten percent then it's really hard to split ways and that's the situation one fedex is biggest competitors finds itself in right now u._p._s. in a really different different position with amazon amount of revenue that u._p._s. Guests from amazon is much closer to ten percent than than fedex so certainly couldn't cut ties with the retailer like fedex. Did the amazon grew so big that they could bring a lot of those packages into its own network ups be left with a huge revenue whole you can't really lose that to give give a customer and not feel immediate pain. That was one reason that fedex proactively cut ties with amazon even though it was still getting business shipping amazon packages fedex figured if amazon really has these ambitious to grow their delivery business. They're gonna leave us no matter what so. Why should we be helping them in these last few years of then giving us. This revenue is basically saying. You're not gonna fire me. I quit we'll figure out under our own terms rather than having our hands before when amazon says we don't need you anymore. It is a risk. I mean it's like the biggest ground beef supplier in the world and not at selling hamburgers to mcdonald's so obviously fedex is taking a risk by cutting ties with amazon but it's a risk that fedex thinks could pay off big time fedex is planned to go up against amazon and make itself a lot of money in the process. That's after the break <music>. 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