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Fresh update on "khalid" discussed on Mark Levin
"I give you just a taste of a very small morsel of history And then you read something like this from just the news And nowhere else Representatives Talib and Omar participated in events with groups that called for the release of lady Al-Qaeda The gamut took hostages inside a Texas synagogue demanded the release Convicted in 2010 of attempting to murder Americans Rashida Tlaib an illian Omar participated in events with Muslim American advocacy groups that have called for her release from a Texas prison The government who took hostages in a Texas synagogue on Tuesday demanded the release of sadiki Who's been referred to in the counter terrorism world as lady Al-Qaeda And she was convicted in 2010 of attempting to murder U.S. citizens In 2008 she was detained by Afghan authorities who found a number of items in her possession including handwritten notes The referred to a mass casualty attack and that listed various locations in the United States Including plum island the Empire State Building the Statue of Liberty Wall Street the Brooklyn Bridge at an FBI press release of her conviction According to foreign policy magazine the Taliban offered to trade captive U.S. Army deserter Bo bergel for her The past ISIS has offered to trade prisoners exchange for sidiki And according to NBC News there have been long reports that she married the nephew of 9 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Muhammad but those haven't been confirmed In November 2021 the council on American Islamic relations an American Muslims for Palestine held a free doctor of Washington D.C. advocacy day to press Congress for the release of the convicted terrorist Care which is an important part of the Democrat party just so you know In April of last year Talib joined doctor Al sama abers hired executive director of the AMP and other advocates for a discussion about Palestinian rights Just the news reached at the Talib's office and asked at the congresswoman supports the effort By AMP to free sadiki Talib's office did not respond before publication I know the word no is tough Care honored Minnesota democratic representative alien Omar in December as American Muslim public servant of 2021 Now I understand she hates the country and as an anti semite and care honors her At the organization's virtual gala Omar's office did not respond when asked if the commerce congressman supports cares effort to free siddiqui Yes that word now is a tough one That leave an Omar Two members of Congress Two members of Congress who hate their country hate the Jews it's just unbelievable as does this group care Which is a key part as I say of the Democrat party Infrastructure Infrastructure human infrastructure And of course no criticism except from me Not from the New York slimes not from the Washington compost no Not from medium matters.
Bridgewater injured in Bengals' 15-10 victory over Broncos
"Cincinnati Cincinnati had had just just enough enough offense offense to to hold hold off off the the Broncos Broncos fifteen fifteen to to ten ten the the Bengals Bengals are are eight eight and and six six Denver Denver seven seven and and seven seven the the bulk bulk of of census census points points came came on on three three field field goals goals from from rookie rookie Evan Evan McPherson McPherson two two of of them them from from beyond beyond fifty fifty yards yards Denver Denver was was in in the the red red zone zone early early in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter position position to to take take the the lead lead when when defensive defensive end end Khalid Khalid Kareem Kareem recovered recovered a a fumble fumble from from quarterback quarterback drew drew lock lock lock lock and and entered entered the the game game one one starter starter teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater suffered suffered a a head head injury injury Bridgewater Bridgewater had had the the function function of of all all extremities extremities but but was was taken taken to to the the hospital hospital for for further further examination examination Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver
Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'
"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean
Joe Biden Addresses Afghanistan Evacuation
"Biden says he's focused on getting Americans out of Afghanistan by August. 31st The president updated the country today on the status of evacuations out of Kabul, less than a week after the Taliban overthrew the Afghan government. NPR's Asma Khalid reports, The administration has been facing mounting criticism for the chaotic scenes that continue to play out at the airport in the capital. The White House says the military has evacuated roughly 13,000 people since August 14th. It doesn't have an exact tally of how many Americans are still in Afghanistan. Despite reports of chaos on the ground near the airport, Biden offered this promise. Let me be clear any American who wants to come home, we will get you home. There are reports of Afghans getting stopped at Taliban checkpoints. The president says there's been no indication that Americans can't reach the airport, citing an agreement with the Taliban to allow Americans through. Some reporting on the ground calls that account into question.
Biden Defends Decision to Pull out of Afghanistan
"Biden says he stands by his decision to withdraw U. S troops from Afghanistan. That's despite the Taliban now controlling the country and the capital. With thousands of US civilians still needing to be evacuated as NPR's Asma Khalid reports, Biden says, there's really nothing that could have been done differently. Asked by ABC is George Stephanopoulos. If the exit could have been handled better, Biden defended his actions. The idea that somehow there is a way to have gotten out without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that happens. I don't know how that happened. So for you that was always priced into the decision. Yes, that was not the impression the president gave in remarks about Afghanistan last month. In recent days, there have been reports of thousands of Americans and Afghans unable to leave the country. When asked if this was a failure of intelligence planning or judgment, Biden did not seem to accept the premise of the question. Instead reiterating that he had a simple choice. Leave or put a lot more troops on the ground
"khalid" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Numbers and using traditional military doctrine hughes the speed of his mounted forces to compensate for his lack of numbers and never allowed the enemy to amass their large force. Several years earlier in six thirty two abu bakar died and became the new caliphate after the battle of yarmouk in six thirty eight omar dismissed khalid as the supreme military commander through isn't a consensus among historians. As to why he did this but there are several reasons which are offered he was concerned. About how khalid would often disregard orders and act independently. There were issues of his past regarding morality and probably most importantly khalid was extremely popular especially among soldiers khalid was the biggest potential threat to omar. He relieved him but did so. In a way that allowed him to keep most of his military honors and dignity. Khalid died in six forty two but the details surrounding his death or vague. He died either in medina or in homs syria. Homs is the place that claims to have his tomb and it's been the site of a large mosque. Since at least the twelfth century the legacy of khalid lead has only grown over time is widely considered to be the greatest muslim general in history. His techniques were later used by islamic armies after him to expand throughout the middle east central asia and north africa. It is believed khalid was the commander in one hundred battles and never lost a single one hundred zero undefeated this makes khalid iban al-walid not just one of the most successful generals in islamic history but in world history associate producer of everything everywhere. Daily is thompson. If you'd like to support the show please donate over at patriotair dot com. There's content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer credit. If you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read your review on the show..
"khalid" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Was born khalid l. lead even l. makira l. makzumi in the town of mecca. And what is today saudi arabia. There isn't a lot. We know about his early life other than where he was born in his family. He was probably born sometime around the year. Five eighty five. He was born in the bottom zoom clan which was one of the elite clans in the karai tribe. His father was the local equivalent of the judge in ruled on matters that were brought to him. His grandfather introduced foreign trade in mecca bringing goods from yemen. And if yo- pia and his uncle was the lord of mecca and the muck zoom was considered a noble and wealthy clan when the prophet muhammad began preaching and spreading his new religion in the early seventh century the mugs zoom where the primary opponents of mohamed mohammed was also in the quarter. I try but in the hushing clan the muck zoom saw mohammed and his new religion as a threat to their power and control of mecca in the greater hijaz which today is the western part of saudi arabia. Bordering the red sea the maximum lead the koresh against muhammad and his followers. There were several military confrontations between the crash and the followers muhammad and for the most part the muslims won all of them say for the battle of ood hood in the year. Six twenty five at the battle of ood. One of the leaders was khalid who brought his units to the rear of muhammad's forces resulting in a route. This was the first battle which led. And shockingly enough against mohammed nonetheless. He won after that. The correlation the muslim signed the treaty of who'd abia which created a peace between mecca and muhammad's forces in medina and also allowed muhammad's followers to make a pilgrimage to mecca in the year. Six twenty nine khalid converted to islam and moved to medina there. He put all his energy into islam and the creation of a muslim state. You can sort of make an analogy between khalid and saint paul. Both them persecuted members of the religion to which they eventually converted in both of them were instrumental in the growth of that religion. But i don't wanna make too much about the comparison however because beyond those two facts their lives and how they went about spreading the religions. Were very very different in six twenty. Nine khalid took part in. The conquest of mecca resulted in most of the citizens of the city converting to islam. He also saved an ill-fated islamic expedition that had travelled north to. What is today the country of jordan there. The muslims clash with the largest power in the region. For the very first time the romans aka the byzantine empire he managed to get the romans to retreat through the use of subterfuge and deception to make. It seem as if the muslim forces were larger than they actually were. When he returned to mecca he was given the title safe allah by mohammad. Which means the sort of god he then given responsibility for converting other towns in the vicinity of mecca in the hijaz. He was highly successful. If at times a bit overzealous in one case he executed the leaders at one tribe even though they had already converted when the prophet muhammad died in six thirty too many of the clans and towns which had pledged allegiance to muhammad broke their allegiances nc paying tribute khalid was given command of an arming by the new leader of mecca abubakar.
Israeli Military Says It Bombed Home of a Top Hamas Leader
"Israeli minister says that has been the home of Khalid I'll hire top leader of Gaza's ruling militant Hamas group the military lead should though the home served as a part of what is says was a militant groups terrorist infrastructure how high is a senior figure in the home as political leadership in Gaza his fate after the strike was not immediately known early on Saturday in his right eye strike targeted and destroyed a high rise building in Gaza city the house offices of the associated press and other media outlets I'm sorry I shockingly
Guantanamo Prisoners Now Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
"All Americans sixteen and older are now eligible for coronavirus vaccines and so too are the prisoners at Guantanamo bay a senior defense official tells the AP all forty man held at the detention center in Cuba can start getting the vaccine as soon as today that comes months after plans to vaccinate them were put aside immediate outrage since many Americans at the time were not eligible for the shots there have not been any known covert nineteen cases among the fifteen hundred people who run the facility nor the prisoners awaiting clued nine eleven attack mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed the pandemic's halted work crime trials for him and for others for more than a year Sager mag ani Washington
Gunmen Attack School and Kidnap 30 Students in Nigeria
"Officials in northwest Nigeria say around 30 male and female students are missing after being abducted from a college outside Kaduna City from Abuja. His exact Khalid Witnesses say the gunman stormed the federal College of Forestry mechanization on the outskirts of Kaduna City, opened fire and kidnapped a number of students from their dormitories. In the morning, Parents and relatives gathered at the college trying to know the fate off the students somewhere wailing. Some of the students had managed to escape during the attack. It's tough, told the BBC. There were around 300 million female students, most of them adults in the school. It's located near the Nigerian Defense Academy, the country's main military training institution.
Washington, D.C.'s Newest Mural Depicts Poet Amanda Gorman
"We've learned that a new mural is going up in Northwest D C neighborhood featuring the young poet Amanda Gorman. It shows her as she looked reading the poem at the inauguration of President Biden, the moment that catapulted her to fame. That mural is being painted by Khalid Crosby, who's also painted several other well known murals across the city. This one is on 17th Street Northwest, not far from DuPont Circle. It should be completed later this month.
"khalid" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman
"How do you get to this site that that state we are like i gotta buy so i. I completely agree with you billy. It's all about figuring out the emotion correct peeling the onion. So the japanese asked the fife wise correct. Why why why until you get to the real reason why somebody wants to buy something. Well a customer interview on. You're asking them why because the person is going to get really annoyed. I like to give the example of buying a drill. Every marketer knows the famous saying by professor a professor levitz. No one buys a quarter inch drill. Everybody buys a quarter inch hole in the benefits of of buying the drill so we moved to this house in chicago. We have a whole bunch of arts art wall art that we wanna hang on the wall. What nods and my wife just as constantly bugging me. And when i going to hang on the wall again. They've got cabins. Like i'm like dude as freely outside. I don't wanna go outside. I don't wanna hang it slowly. I am my friends oversaw. Mckay gotta go by the drill because begs the question. Why don't have draw long story. Have a drill site go to home depot. I by the drill. Big the drill. And i'm walking outside of home depot and i'm thinking to myself i'm like okay so i did buy the drill i did buy. That's hold that. I'm gonna put some hang pictures but the reality of it. I bought two other things one. I bought the piece at the house where my wife is gonna stop nagging completely. And there's no weekly questioning and inquisition from my kids. When i going to hand herb the wall of the art of the wall and that's priceless. Oh all the definitely something else. I bought though i actually because my friends were coming over i really want to show all this art w pots and there is a social element to my to my decision. There's always a functional aspects to every decision that we make known. You bought the drill done. But then there's the emotional and the social side of things. I i was thinking to myself. You know we're my because we lived overseas. We moved over here so we had one car like this will do. And i've been thinking about buying a car as a whole mccain. While i come like i guess i'm going to go buy a car and i start thinking mc ab a camera will do actually looking at one point eight to point b. and it's funny because of covid. Our cars parked there for months. Rarely do we move it. So i saw think nice off like look at. This look conflict. The functional aspect. I need the car that takes me from points. H. point b. Here's the budget. Thus what i'm thinking. But then i saw thinking but come on on the sea. Y'all for company. I can't just by camry. I've been working really hard and must by my slacken on myself. Something a little bit nicer. So i'm like okay well beyond going to go with an suv. I'm i'm on somebody who loves us. Ub selma county suv. And then i start thinking well. Suv the os keep since college days like every time you buy a car. It's an suv. And the camry. Now is out of question if i'm looking at punctured altitude backgammon suv. I'm like no and we already have another suv sound like any something to show off from my peers. Mccain alexis alexis watch that's emotional element correct and the the mindset from purely functional and an all is if i want to.
"khalid" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman
"Da dj collett colin solloway. How you doing man and wild wild with you. Yeah glad you could join us Should be a really interesting conversation. Talk a lot about ab testing and optimizing for conversion one my favorite topics but before we get into that we just tell us a little bit about yourself. sure so I started professional life as a software developer. I figured like you can make some good money in it. It was either a doctor or software engineer. I tried to actually med school for a semester. On the dead bodies are not my thing so go into into software development and i moved up the ranks up to the point. I was a software architect working on large website. So american express motorola gotomeeting and I saw one problem that they've consistently struggled with. Which is they've spent millions of dollars on these sites. They get a ton of visitors to to their sides. but they don't have the conversions. People are simply not converting to your average ecommerce website converse about one percent of visitors into actual customers which is horrendous for every ten thousand. People that come you get one hundred orders. You would hope that you get better. If you compare that to the offline stores usually about twenty twenty five percent of the people walk in if you can hire depends on the type of store are actually buying an item I told my wife this this this makes sense and she started actually our or agency and then two years later i remember. I'm i'm working with a client that she walks into me. He's like what are you doing all organic problem with java script. She's like why don't you just quit and join me. And i'm like really join you. That's what's supposed to be a side business side hustle a goldfinger. The the rest is history. So we've started the company back in two thousand and six and for the first eight months of having the company alive or doing conversion optimization there was even called conversion optimizations simply helping companies increased conversion rates eight central the eisenberg brothers called it conversion optimization and we're like oh so that's what you call the thing that we do is conversion optimization over the years we've worked with clients largest small The the big clients are really nice because they pay good money the more interesting because they tend to be willing to adventure. It's like not to be more adventurous. Correct like hey listless this this thing and let let's see how people actually react to this messaging or this design So kind of an interesting mix between between the two over the us with ran. Twenty two thousand. Ab thefts until now. Which i think is more than any other company that does conversion optimization world war ii. So we're very proud of. That's and the average was sort of interesting..
Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing
"Ronnie marked the 20th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing that killed six people 28 years ago. Loved ones of the six bombing victims remembered their lives during virtual ceremonies. The 1993 parking garage explosion beneath the twin towers left massive destruction for the men implicated, still fight legal battles and have won some reductions to their compound. It sentences After one part of their convictions was dropped in response to recent U. S Supreme Court ruling, although each would have to live well into their nineties if they would ever go free. The mastermind Ramzi Yousef, is serving a life sentence after convictions in two trials. Yousef's uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, still awaits a military tribunal on charges of masterminding the September 11 2001
Israel's incredible Covid vaccine rollout story
"Collier who is obviously very prominent pro. Israel researcher and journalist. He tried to navigate through some of the reasons why israel has been so successful so fast and he says it's never going to be a single cause about why israel has responded so incredibly he says of course. Israel was an enormous high price on life. No soldier is left behind. And then he talks about the coup pat holum system and that is not one central player in the vaccination like the over here but several like cl- elite mcabe may hit it. This is the sort of multiple. Nhs scenario that we have in israel and it means that several brains in each community organized separately to deal with her impatience obviously science and technology great economic driver for the economy and the id system. There's no real bother about anonymity. It's not a big thing in israel. People know pretty much. Everyone is in many of the systems are integrated and of course a militarized system to handle mass events community like kibbutzim and small towns cities on the west bank as well. Everyone knows must've been the the half keyboards how farm communities which are becoming sort of districts and towns of of major cities and they respond well to hostile acts. This is a. This is kind of a security issue where the threat isn't from from bombs or rockets. It's a threat from house which is a similar threat. Yes i mean. There's much more to say on that as well. I mean you'll right in the the emergency response in israel is sadly perhaps very well refined become very well. Refunding has had to become very refined over the years. And we see that mentality driving. Israel's attempts to quash the virus and to get the vaccination writes all the way through one anecdote which struck me was that in one vaccination center recently. They run out of time so the vaccines enter had to close and they still had those of the vaccine left which had to be used that evening or so. Nurses went out into the streets and grabbed a piece of delivery guy and gave him a shot. I mean that sort of can do spirit has been viable. But i think there are other elements like practical elements as well the contributed towards success so for example early planning israel paid reportedly over the odds by some degree to gets these first vaccines in. Benjamin netanyahu himself developed a personal relationship with the bosses pfizer and promised to give pfizer israeli data about the vaccine use in response to getting these these first doses and of course there's always in a position to give them that data because it's got one of the best digitalized health system in the world which allows for that data to be harvested and then to be used in further research but there are other innovations well so for instance israeli scientists found a way of getting more doses out of each vial vaccine than had initially been intended therefore stretching it further and in addition when the vaccines arrived on these huge pallets in bangor in airport rather than take them out like that. The israeli logistics experts decided to find a way of abortion them in small books style. Size insulated boxes they could remain at seventy but be taken out by most bikes or whatever and post out into small centers throughout the country in the community so the people didn't have to travel too far sickly during lockdown things like that all of these small but vital innovations have contributed towards this message. Success all the way from the initial negotiations and securing those vaccines all the way down to the grassroots rollouts and everything in between it's been just a magnificent display of guinness with with the nostril national spirit. I was indeed a very privileged to speak to around leads. The head of research it collegiate. Who runs through the extraordinary artificial intelligence and data which israel has what they've mapped millions and millions of people in the israeli gene pool and of israel's gene pool extends to two hundred nations around the world it's an extraordinary level of data which they can then feed to monsieur buller adviser which is which is an incredible gift to be able to give enrich. We are very fortunate to be standing on. The shoulders of giants are people at the nineties. In israel where smart enough to create an electronic medical records and make them ubiquitous over the system so since mid ninety s collegiate we have had electronic medical records in all of physicians offices on so in every hospital ward and so does abundance of data of massive amounts being collected in harnessed for the use of our patients. This puts israel ahead of the curve in terms of planning and alleviating major medical problems which afflict the whole world. I think that is proving to be true. Because we put into practice into scale concepts that in other places are considered the theoretical and so we have at khalid been practicing predictive modeling in practice for over a decade now so tens and hundreds of thousands of people receiving care based on personalization and predictive models in massive scales for a decade. So i i do think that the availability of data the availability of the will to change and transform the system as well as the innovative spirit of the local eco-system within the health sector and from the outside all communist together to create a very interesting setting for innovation in practice. And this is four million people. Isn't it so you can help kill the world with all the different afflictions the different health issues that you see amongst those millions of people and they have arrived into israel from all four corners of the world so in a sense every population around the world can benefit from the data. You find the differences between people. We are now moving into an innovation driven strategy where we will try more. And more to take the insights that we've gained and take them out to the world in various ways in creating spinoffs and startups within khalid and also by allowing startups organizations from around the world to test. Drive their new ideas. Collegiate so we can actually prove whether or not they making a difference.
John Legend dedicates emotional Billboard Music Awards performance to wife Chrissy Teigen two weeks after pregnancy loss
"To the 2020. Billboard Music Awards are in the books. Kelly Clarkson, host of the award show in a crowd less theatre in Los Angeles. It was a big night. Her post Malone He's no. The Stallion nine awards, taking home the top artist award as well. Loza top rap album for Hollywood's bleeding. He also performed on this show from a remote secret location. John Legend has performed in emotion tribute to his wife, Christie Thean, who were recently suffered a miscarriage was great. Really good performance that she really wants this. Yes, I'd flip back and forth watching that in some news. Billy, I'll ish went home with three awards, including top female artist If you only ability, Okay? Ah Khalid. Ooh, I like the way you owe him. You like I do because they watches commercials is funny. Little circus. He is funny. The eyes he won five awards cult Religion Guard books was present Great. Brooks was presented with the Icon award. So you got all that going for you and I post Malone's very talented. Don't get all the tattoo thing. I just don't understand the tattoo trying Todo look him up, too. I mean, I just He's never seen post Malone. No, there's not an engine. There's not an inch of his face neck, her body that doesn't have a tattoo. It looks like Horrible but he's really talented. I'll give him
See who won at the Billboard Music Awards
"Well, did you guys have a chance to West? The Billboard Music Awards? I did. I watched it just because killer Mike was receiving to change Make awards. So I had it on mute until that portion of the knot and see. I try to tune in for a little bit. I seem colleague pick up his award. Then I seen saying Jones started before, but I didn't see past that well post. Malone was the biggest nominee, and he actually was the biggest winner. He got nine awards. Overall, he got top artist. Top male artist Tap 100 artists have billboard 200 artist taps dreaming songs. Artist Hap Rat Male artist hot wrapped towards had rap album. In all the vets. Khalid won a lot of awards, too. He got a top R and B album and top R and B artist and Top Army Middle Artis Summer, Walker got top Army female artists. Khalid got top army tour. But, yeah, So that was on last night card to be one for top, a wrap female artist and as a little known as X Got top hat, 100 song, top streaming song and top selling song, Okay?
Kamala Harris calls Trump’s virus response the ‘greatest failure of any presidential administration.’
"Corona virus pandemic and the Trump Administration's response to it were major topics during Wednesday's vice presidential debate. NPR's Asma Khalid has more Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris attacked the Trump administration's record on the pandemic. She pointed out that there are 210,000 people in the United States who have died from the virus. The American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country? Vice President Mike Pence tried to turn the issue into one of freedom rather than science. The difference here is President Trump and I trust the American people. To make choices in the best interest of their health. Joe Biden and Camilla Harris consistently talk about mandates. Both Pence and Harris spoke to their core voters dodging questions they didn't like and answering those they did.
Post Malone leads 2020 Billboard Music Awards with 16 nominations
"The 2020 Billboard Music Awards have announced the full list of nominees for this year's award ceremony. Kelly Clarkson is set to return to the BBM stage as host for a night of awards and performances. Post Malone leads this year with 16 nominations in 15 categories. First time Nominees. Little Nose X received 13 nods and Billy I'll Ish Got 12 Khalid ties with ill ish with 12 nominations. Tom
Post Malone Leads 2020 Billboard Music Awards Nominations With 16
"Music Awards were announced yesterday and post Malone leading all Artists at 16, including top artist top male artist have rap artist top streaming song artist Lana's ex Fowler's him with 13 nominations than Billy I'll Ishan, Khalid H or 12. But it's going to be a virtual broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre in L. A. Actually, we're 14. Well, like a lot of other awards shows that have slants you know to them, like the American Music Awards is kind of an opinion thing. Billboard goes by chart performance who has been all over the charts in almost every format Post Malone and Actually, they don't know if it's going to be a Spitz. Strictly Rachael. I just read their figuring that out how to handle the whole time magazine
'I will not take his word for it': Kamala Harris says she would not trust Trump alone on a coronavirus vaccine
"Weeks until election day. All the ballots are already going out in some places, including North Carolina, where President Trump is campaigning today. Joe Biden will travel the Michigan and Pennsylvania to campaign later this week. Asma Khalid joins us now NPR national political correspondent covering the campaigns and as with the potential for a Corona virus vaccine in the coming months, has become a campaign issue. President Trump Is demanding that Kamala Harris apologize for indicating in a CNN interview over the weekend that she might not take Corona virus vaccine that President Trump says could be ready by election Day. Listen. I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the The efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about. But then yesterday, Joe Biden said he'd take the vaccine. If it becomes available. Here. He is cost me the election vaccine. Need a vaccine. We need it now. Oz, but sounds kind of like a mixed message There. Tell us about the vaccine politics. Well, I will say, Jeremy, I think that both Joe Biden and comma Harris have been pretty clear in saying that you know, beyond the rhetoric they've been hearing from the president. They really want to make sure that scientific experts are transparent about the efficacy of this vaccine. And last week biting himself made some remarks where he said, you know, God willing when we get a vaccine, that's good, but he questioned when we get a vaccine. Do we think the public is gonna line up willing to take this injection because he feels like the public has lost confidence in what's being said by the Trump administration. I will say. I think that they're both calling for this idea that is, they're really going to be public buy in for large scale administering of this vaccine, and and a lot of this, Jeremy goes back to the pack fact that for months, Biden has been saying that he feels like the Trump administration needed to be clear about how it was planning. TTO have a wide span spread plan to actually get people to take this vaccine and It comes back to the fact that for months they feel like the Trump Administration has been contradictory their own scientific experts that the president has often at times been giving some advice. Scientifically, that is not really backed up by his own scientific experts. And so will people actually believe what the president does about this? You know, for his part, though, Jeremy that that you know, the Trump administration. President Trump has tried to portray these comments as being ones that are spreading fear. They feel like they're fueling. They say, anti vax or conspiracy series. I will say, you know, historically, both Joe Biden couple hairs have been supportive of vaccines. Their comments are they don't feel like the public will necessarily buy into what the president saying and you look at public polling and The president's handling of the pandemic. It's less than half of the public who believes that he's done a good job.
How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life
"Twelve whole podcasts. My name is John Garang I'm the foundry weld without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for union. A series. Two of the podcast is all about taking a break from all coal just how beneficially this to take a break how important it is to test salt dependent regularly this ties in nicely with also spring challenge which starts on the first of September. We're going to be interviewing people who done also spring challenging in the past last week we interviewed Kawhi, who did sobers spring two years ago he hasn't added drink since. He didn't do it because he wanted to stop drinking. So we also interviewed Lebeau who used it to moderate for awhile, and finally she decided that she felt so much better when she wasn't drinking that she was going to ditch moderation technique and give up drinking completely. Today's interview is with a lovely lady called KRYSTAL. Nine christel sober spring in two thousand and nineteen. She had me on the radio tasting alcohol-free wines. And when she had the conversation, she had a bit of a light bulb. Moment. Because she reflected on her own drinking habits and she decided that for her, it was more about the ritual. than the old coal. So perhaps, all coal free wines would work for. Assaulted our conversation by asking Christo to tell us about himself. On, crystal I'm forty five years old I live in Pretoria. and. Got One son, he turned to any one the other day a couple of weeks ago, and I'm married to my best friend for twenty five years in November now been married congratulations. When did you first start thinking that you'd like sued maybe change your relationship with all did you first start thinking? The might be a problem have. As you all know that drinking wine we need. It's the first loss that is the bugger because. When it's the first laws, it triggers, you have another glass and then I must finish the bottle. So and that started bothering me and I think I've signed up for wilt without wine the city day challenge in January and I think I lost it about sixty minutes. You know what you get those days way you wake up two o'clock in the morning. Your heart stopping and it's jumping out of your chased and you get this feeling. Then you think what have I done lost not did I feed Musonda my husband? Did I MAKE Can't remember and then you start negotiating with yourself said, this is this is Scott to stop you know. This is not happening again until six o'clock when you start making food and. Outcomes the bottle of wine and. You have to stay in the. Pit was terrible. So you did this. As all Robin ugity minutes of the thirty. That's. What I wasn't greedy. I've got a fitbit. What really triggered. Me was my resting. Offbeat at some stage August. Last year it was eighty four they win I started with the spring. It actually came down to the low sixties now. So it's it's really it was that was the main mission was for health reasons I what you said about you've got to be ready because some you obviously weren't ready when you signed up for the he is but nevertheless you you reflected a lot before you signed up, you pay full challenge Saturday you can't in the water in year than you ran away from the freezing water again but then said, you saw the Cyprus spring challenge. So what made you think Oh let's give these guys another try. You know what? What's fantastic just before that I heard you over the radio. On radio to and actually drinking the last one and having a taste on the radio and saying how it tastes like my husband was in the patroness me that much and I told him I said listen to this. I can actually do this for me. It's about the habit I love having mom gloss and my bottle WANNA open it, pull the drink, and then that's for me. That's that's my kick that I get out of IT I. told him I said, I'm sure I can do it because I know that it's not the Elko that I'm often it's the Heb it with the Al Khalid steerable because I can't stick to one drink because they ll kicks in any poisons, your audie entities with the colossal one I was so
Summerfest announces new three-weekend format for 2021
"New announcement. About what Summer fest 2021 is going to look like and we're joined right now. In the first Midwest Bank hotline by summer fest, CEO Don Smiley, Don. Good Afternoon. Good afternoon, Jeff. How are you? I am Well, thank you. Okay, Let's talk about the big news. What Summer fest. 2021 is going to look like and then we'll kind of explore why That decision was made, but so what? It's gonna look like Sure we're we're changing the festival format. The three weekends versus 11 days, so we'll start on June 24th and work 24 25 26. July, 123 and July 89 10. We will eliminate two Sundays, two Wednesdays and a Tuesday. That's five days. So what the essence of this is and and what we discovered through? Surveys and focus groups in in in in and data mining was that our customers want Mohr national bands. Earlier in the day. Can so We're going to take the expenses from those five days that I just gave to you and we're going to reallocate them to the weekends. Where will have local bands up early, but well, you you can picture a national band. Being on the Harley stage or the Miller stage at 5 P.m. and then another headliner at nine or 10 o'clock that evening, so it's an effort to go after more quality. Versus quantity and really fish. When the fish are biting, more people are more apt to be out on the weekends. Thursday, Friday Saturday with disposable income And And in using their energy entertainment dollars on those days versus the five days that I gave you, which, really when it came right down to it, they were really weak and that is W e a K. There were weak days for us, and we were spending a lot of money to produce those days and our money can be better spent in reallocating tow three weekends done. This is just in some ways respects. The logical progression in number means. Summer fest originally was always Thursday through Sunday, 11 days and a number of years ago. You made the decision. To to drop that first Monday because of a variety of things, including, I think week attendant, So this is really just kind of a logical progression of that I would imagine. It is. I mean, you know when you look at Theaters and restaurants and so on. I mean, you find a lot of businesses closed on Mondays. But when you're running a music festival The expenses are are are significant and Whatever you can. Maximize those dollars on different days. We concluded that that's the way to go. Even though it's too less days we're gonna have we're gonna have better bands and we're gonna have the bands that our customers our fans are looking for is still at a very affordable price. We're still gonna have free gated missions. We're still gonna have promotion days. We're still gonna have Children's fast day. It's such a It's such so none of that's going to change. We're just going to camp up. No pun intended thie the quality of the of the bands that we signed and on top of that on the fringes. If you will, pre summer fest in post summer fast, we're going to do a lot of shows in the American family insurance amphitheater in the beam, O'Hare's Pavilion will probably do more shows. And those two buildings that in the history of the festival So there's going to be a lot of activity in that building. It was too bad we couldn't use it the summer Ah, it turned out beautiful. And I'm referring to the reconstruction of the amphitheater. So and I know we're not alone there. I mean, you know everyone's hurting, and that includes sports and in restaurants and businesses alike. We understand that, but we had it. We have a scheduled board meeting this morning. We went through all of this. It was a unanimous decision. And so while we do understand that there are Maur. Important things going on in our world today and in people's lives have changed because of coded and also social unrest. This is just one of those things that we had to get out there and get on with it for the planning of 21, Don't just so I'm clear that this is not a one off plan for 2021. This is this is the plan for Summer fest moving forward is that correct? We'll see. I mean, I'm not going to sit here and tell you that You know that This is a perfect plan. And if if it works if all of the data That we considered in making this decision plays out. Well, then it will be a nine day festival going forward. I mean, you know who's to say that there isn't a show on Wednesday night prior to the opening Thursday, and who's to say this might turn into a 10 Day festival? I mean, you know, everything changed with Kobe. Everyone's life has changed their personal life, their social life. All businesses have been affected. And and and we're not on an island here, so we really believe that we have to be flexible. We have to be creative. We have to be able to pivot when when it's necessary, and that's exactly what we're doing. We lost $10.4 million in 2020. That's Before depreciation by not operating summer fest or any other shows down here or the ethnic festivals, So that's quite a mountain to climb. To try to make that money back and start replenishing our reserves again after we put $10 million of our own money into the amphitheatre, which was a $51 million project, so You know, I have, really, I really couldn't tell you what the future holds. I can tell you exactly what 21 is planned for, And if for some reason we run into a fork in the road In 21. Well, then we'll make a decision. At that time when you mentioned the ethnic festivals. Does this new schedule for summer fest proper, have any Will it have any impact on any of the ethnic festivals and they're scheduling No. The ethnic festivals would have the same dates as they would have had in 20 Got it. One of the other things in your announcement today for the nine days of summer fest. It looks like eight of the days are already booked for the amphitheater, and it looks like you've got just a a killer lineup coming there. I can give them to you if you're interested. Sure. Okay. On June 24 we have Khalid 25 is Luke Bryan 26 is Justin Bieber. July 1st Dave Matthews. The second is blank. 1 82. The third is Halsey. The eighth is Stapleton and the 10th his guns and roses. So we have one day to fill July 9th. Actually, it's filled but we can announce it. Yes, and we have some other shows sprinkled in around those dates. Already. So I think that's one of the things that people need to recognize as well and in part because of the partnership you have with with live nation now, the summer fest grounds. There's even outside the parameters of the run of summer fest that the summer fest grounds we're going to be utilized, probably more than ever in 2021 with big shows, right? Yes, sir. That was a great deal We did with the Frank Brothers, which is the live nation partner here in Wisconsin and That will provide more more shows more opportunities it required. Um, the reconstruction of the amphitheater. If we didn't do that, we wouldn't be any more shows And you know, there are some shows that we won't get there. Some shows that just play that, you know, they just want to play indoors and will will not get a shot of those. And There's plenty of venues in town for for those bands to play indoors and then and then we're going to get a shot at at bands that want to play amphitheaters. So we feel like we're in good shape. They're in and we're set up for the future, and I'm sure there's going to be some traditionalists who look at this and say, I really I really missed that Tuesday's show or I can't believe they're doing away with opening day Wednesday, but This is kind of a new reality that you're dealing with in a festival. Look, Let's just, you know, get this out of the way. I mean, we know we're not going to get all the votes and we know that there will be you know, there will be some that don't agree, but you know, we're going off a day out of I, You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I love that. I think that's passion. That's like arguing who should hit second or third and play right field or second base. I mean, if they're not talking about you, I mean, then you really have a problem. So You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. We're just going on the facts. We know what our attendance is going back. Years. Um For Thursday, Friday Saturday and we know what kind of revenue we do on those days and we know exactly what the expenses are so for us to set this up. And get it ready for future generations and replenish our reserve funds. This is the move that we need to make. Got it done. Smiley Summer fest CEO. Thanks so much for spending some time with me this afternoon. I always appreciate it.
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"Khalid. Nice rendition of the. Of the national anthem here at the Galen center crowd. Still filing in bears frozen. Getting ready to be introduced Cal and U S C. I'm still thinking about before we get started here. What's going on down in Tempe with Utah and Arizona state crazy start, you know, we've had a crazy non-conference? And it doesn't seem like it's going to subside anytime soon until we get through this entire ceased. I always get the feeling this year that the goal is not to win the regular season championship. But it is to me the conference tournament because there's been a lot of talk in recent days that this might be a one bid league this year. And you might get some of these other conferences, W C C in particular might be multiple. So it's like, okay, let's play team to get ready for the conference tournament. But you want to win every game. You wanna play hard? You wanna win tonight was worried about the rest of the season tomorrow SAP being introduced now it's time for a USC. They're gonna dim the lights. They're going to put on a little show here down in Hollywood. It's going to be U S C in Cal tech about the Trojans coming in played a lot of really good non conference opponents came up short in number those two seven and six hundred Klay tonight, the one that's gonna really stick the thorn in their heels, so to speak is that double overtime loss Santa Clara. That's one to watch out for for Cal. Can you figure out a way to wipe the slate clean? Last time was not pretty lost Seattle at home. You got out rebounded by smaller team. Coach talked about heart talked about fighting talked about hustle and talked about mental toughness and just deciding that are we gonna put our nose in there. You heard Weiqing talk in the pre game show. Are we going to be tough or we? Going to be physical. Everybody got mouthpieces when they were wearing today at the shoot around put him out and get ready for a boxing match, get ready for something, but get physical, and I gotta tell you. They USC gets another long rebound at the end of his shot blocked tonight. You might fall out of your chair. I might and you're going to have to hold me back because I hate to see those second shots, the guy's not diving from etc. But again conference play man, you gotta step it up, and the other thing rich, you got a lot of guys on his cowl roster from southern California. Yes. So they're playing in front of some friends and family, and they wanna represent themselves at Cal as well as they possibly can. So sometimes when you come back home. Get to excited you don't play. Well, other times you get jacked up and you play a little bit harder. Hopefully, that'll be the case tonight. But a couple of things will put Mark by can Cal do a good job. If USC decides the pressure them a pair of saucers doesn't outstanding job handling the bowl this year. And then with US's lack of depth coming in Kim cow be aggressive go right at them offensively and hopefully get the Trojans in some foul. Trouble. Those two things that I have in my little scoresheet here to track and follows the game progress, and that's why I think it's important tonight to really make an emphasis getting the ball Andre Kelly. Download speed so efficient he's leading conference and field goal percentage. And he's going to be manned by coast civic. For Benny boat. Right. Right. And if any one of those guys get some foul trouble. There's a major drop off on the front line for USC. So again, you talked about are pressing last year they were able to press the bears turn it over. But if you press your also exerting additional energy as well. And I'm not sure the Enfield wants to do that maybe situationally, but certainly not for extended periods. Trojans made it to the NCAA tournament you go back three years. They went back to back seasons last year. They got up, and boy they really upset about in the twelve and six in the league they finished second. And they play the championship game. They lose to Arizona, and they do not get an invitation. I talked to Andy Enfield in the off season about that. He said, well, what did you think you guys got job? I didn't use job. I used another word. But in essence, they should have been in last year. And so they felt that would be. Motivator this year coming in. And I think they still have hopes of doing that. But whoever makes the tournament this year in a conference is gonna is gonna have to play really really well in conference play or win the tournament sells. It all starts tonight. We'll see how it goes. You're we. We had Joel Matthews and he's given that high five everybody. Right. It's giving us up. He's killing all the way down to use fist-bump. I met him at the conference media day. So I guess we have district just for the record. I dropped my hand. Really? I love you. But I'm not giving you anything small lineup tonight for the bears. Dairies field you on Harris Dyson Paris, Austin Justice, suing Andre Kelli. Kelli gonna be in the center circle. Tony Padilla the lead. Official burn Harris says we mentioned Eric curry and just waiting for our our good friend JV long during the telecast of the Pac twelve network, Richard Jefferson. Some games this year for the conference as well. I think the Commissioner might be here to Larry Scott is indeed son goes to school here. Tro Cevik going to be in the center for USC Andrei Kelly, and we got the music on. We've got jump around. And we've got guys standing there. Wait, hurry up and wait business world with that. I now here we go to coming in center circle. Lesc- white cowl and yellow. With one bounce the whistle. The ball is tossed in the air, and it's going to be controlled by USC. Got the ball. He'll give it up to Thornton in Paris. Awesome. Can be in his hip pocket and the first shot of the night misses the Mark badly Kelly able to tip it away. And collect so Thornton trying to do it himself. Start SC does work. Here comes Cal on offense. And it's an Eric pass from Austin? And it goes by John Harris Dyson Cal turns it over on their possession. Traverse going what you want Harris Dyson tonight instead of grant and teasha Cevic at that four spot. I actually suing play the the four technically John Harris Dyson struggled offensively. But athletically, he's got to compete in this game. See with the ball. Aaron one bounce elevates three ball short Austin in their in their score yellow jerseys round, the miss and Peres gets the rebound. Good sign early rebounding for the bears. Here's kickout suing left wing three ball off the back iron one and out for cow rebounded by Matthews. He'll bring it up kick right side Aaron. Vic working off the bounce to spend gets double team. Good defense. Suing and company got a Matthews with an air bounced go to both right in the corner. Then he'd drive into the paint, and it's gonna get fouled by. Darius mcneal got him with the arm bar says curry, so what we've seen at least on the first possession. When USC did dumping inside the bears are going to double team. But off the bounce. They're not gonna come right away. They're gonna wait bounce inbound. The ball boat right at three throw line suing stain with them. Benny little step back jumper as good as the first points of the night to to nothing Troy with eighteen forty two to go in the first half. He's a guy that would prefer to shoot the jump shot rather than post up, but he's done a little more posting this year that was a nice fade away. Bears with the ball. Driving left side. Pump fake kick over at the top Justice. It will shake driving left bumped and fouled and errands going to get whistled for the foul from Harris. So consistency. I mean, a fall on a dribble drive at one end. We see it at the other end. Austin on the baseline slaps the ball for the bears goes over the top doing. Justice between the circles now McNeil atop Paris would directly traffic liking Jones. Calling in the play moving around the perimeter. Back to Austin at the top shot clock. Three deep ball hoisted up to long McNeil tipped off Kelly's hands rebounded by Matthews. Aired come back for USC work at the top now on the right side. Pacific elevate right over Kelly. Nice throat. It's good to more for nothing. USC might be the most improved player in the league. I mean, he's got that face up jumper. He's in the past been just a guy that scored around the hoop. Good offensive rebound and category. Austin little kick out left side McNeil on the wing Paris back at the top at the ball. There's a right side moving it around top suing Nabet bielema left Justice top. Got bought six Austin corner. Harris Dyson collect shoots mistreating airball. It comes back the other way for USC. Shake driving. Right. Get some attention with the catch ain't gonna get foul on his way to the rack. If you're Kelly, and I know that Costa Vic just made a jumper. But you want to be a jump shot shooter. If you're defending him when he goes to the basket. He can score. So you want him to shoot that seventeen footer instead of jumping up. At the free throw line bounces and the first one short off the front iron seventy three percent free. Throw shooter entering play tonight. They're not as.