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"la san francisco" Discussed on WTOP
"Business ownership. The funding was awarded by the national science foundation, the senators say the funding will be critical to support minority owned businesses and address the racial wealth gap Ralph Fox WTO P news. In the midst of an opioid crisis, California will not set up sites for drug users. California governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have allowed opioid users in LA, San Francisco and Oakland to legally inject drugs at supervised sites. He says it would have brought a world of unintended consequences. John lovell of the California narcotic officers association agrees. The facilities themselves have an extraordinary magnet effect. So the population of people caught in the vice of addiction goes up exponentially. Supporters said the bill would have prevented drug overdoses. Steve kathan, CBS News. Money news at 25 and 55, and right over to Jeff clay bob. 25 minutes into the second trading day of the week. The Dow's down 13 points, and the S&P 500 Index is up. Just 9, the NASDAQ's up 63 points, that's a half percent gain. Zoom fatigue is dragging zoom stock lower, companies says it's having difficulty attracting new paying subscribers now and it cut its full year revenue forecast. Zoom stock is down 11% this morning, meaning it is now lost half its value this year. June's Jeff peanut butter recall because of salmonella concerns was costly for J.M. Smucker. It says that recall shave 12% off its profits last quarter. Smucker makes everything from jams to folger's coffee and milk bone dog treats, investors bought 19% of all residential real estate sold in the second quarter usually bought to rent out. But D.C. is not as popular investors account for just 8% of homes sold in the D.C. metro cheaper markets are more popular. Jeff claiborne, WTO news. Coming up on WTO will get the latest on former president Trump's efforts to block an FBI investigation into documents taken from his home and heavy rains in Texas continue to cause dangerous flooding, leaving some residents stranded. It's 9 56, progressive
"la san francisco" Discussed on WTOP
"With high temperatures a few degrees lower in the mid to upper 50s I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore 45 now in Tyson's it is 44 in Wheaton and 46° in the nation's capital at ten 41 Two young kids were kidnapped in Frederick county Maryland yesterday They're now safe and a man is under arrest It happened just before 4 p.m. when officers received the call for the kidnapping the father of the two children said the suspect took them from his home on righteous Ford road and he began to follow them After failing to stop the suspect 40 year old Christopher Schultz parked his vehicle at a nearby business when he got out officials say he opened the back door to let his rottweiler out However officers were able to identify one of the children when he did this deputies then confirmed that Schultz did not know the children and he was arrested for several charges including two counts of abduction burglary and one count of home invasion Acacia James WTO P news April is the start of Maryland crab season and 9 out of ten seafood processors are looking at a critical labor shortage Jack Brooks president of the Chesapeake Bay seafood industries association says a shortage of workers has nothing to do with COVID it's due to a cap on H two B visas that bring employees from other countries to Maryland This year 9 out of ten crab processors in the state did not get visas labor organizations have criticized the seafood industry in the past but Brooks says nobody's station for kids to be the best crab picker or the best horseshoe they can be anymore but you know in the day they used to Brooks and other seafood processors say an exemption on the Visa cap could help but a long-term solution is what's missing Kate Ryan WTO P news Should pro sports teams continue to get tax breaks to build new stadiums A new bill in Congress says no as the Washington commanders consider a new home The bill would end the ability of pro sports teams to use tax exempt municipal bonds to help fund new stadiums Congressman Don beyer says super rich sports team owners like Dan Snyder do not need federal support to build their stadiums They can borrow from the market like any other business Loudon and Prince William counties are being considered as future homes for the Washington commanders the loud and county board of supervisors wants to hear the team's plan but Leesburg supervisor Kristen olmsted says helping a team build a stadium is not an appropriate use of taxpayer money In loudoun county near law it can stay in Dublin The U.S. has seen a spike in hate crimes notably anti Asian ones and it's a trend that's been especially strong here Of major U.S. cities which have reliable hate crime numbers for 2021 Washington D.C. fares the worst with more reported hate crimes per resident than cities including LA San Francisco and New York That's according to the center for the study of hate and extremism at California state university San Bernardino It says D.C. saw a 149 reports of hate crimes last year including 23 classified as anti Asian I really attribute a lot of the reporting of these hate crimes from just our outreach That's D.C. police captain David Hong On a daily basis we're going out we're working with the historically understood communities where promoting that you report hate crimes to us John Aaron WTO P news A shallow underpass which now gives metro writers and other safe passage under Marilyn three 55 at the medical center stop will be dedicated on Monday it'll be called alperson way in honor of Phil owl person who worked for the Montgomery county government as a liaison with the military He died in 2020 Still ahead on WTO how you can support the people fleeing Ukraine by visiting a D.C. beer garden Ten 44 Hi I'm doctor ebony Hoskins and I'm a gynecologic oncologist at med star Washington hospital center I've seen firsthand how devastating COVID-19 can be so the decision to give vaccinated was an easy one I knew the vaccine was the best chance I had to.
"la san francisco" Discussed on WTOP
"In the mid 50s 53 right now in D.C. 48 in Gaithersburg and 52 in culpeper All right thank you Samara 6 41 The nation has seen a spike in hate crimes notably anti Asian ones It's a trend that's been especially strong here Of major U.S. cities which have reliable hate crime numbers for 2021 Washington D.C. fares the worst with more reported hate crimes per resident than cities including LA San Francisco and New York That's according to the center for the study of hate and extremism at California state university San Bernardino It says D.C. saw a 149 reports of hate crimes last year including 23 classified as anti Asian I really attribute a lot of the reporting of these hate crimes from just our outreach That's D.C. police captain David Hong On a daily basis we're going out we're working with the historically underserved communities we're promoting that you report hate crimes to us John Aaron WTO P news Two young kids were kidnapped and Frederick county Maryland yesterday they're now safe and a man is under arrest It happened just before 4 p.m. when officers received the call for the kidnapping the father of the two children said the suspect took them from his home on righteous Ford road and he began to follow them After failing to stop the suspect 40 year old Christopher Schultz parked his vehicle at a nearby business when he got out officials say he opened the back door to let his rottweiler out However officers were able to identify one of the children when he did this deputies then confirmed that Schultz did not know the children and he was arrested for several charges including two counts of abduction burglary and one count of home invasion Acacia Jane's WTO P news 6 42 former D.C. fire chief Kenneth ellerbee has died D.C. fire and EMS announcing this today allerby found dead inside his D.C. his southeast D.C. home this morning It was 61 The chief allerby was born and raised in the district He served as the D.C. fire and EMS department for 31 years and served as fire chief for three and a half years before his retirement in 2014 Ellerby was a graduate of Coolidge high school and university of D.C. no details about his death have been confirmed A man has been arrested after allegedly pointing his gun at police D.C. police say this happened yesterday afternoon just after one at fourth and oakwood street southeast where a man identified as 44 year old lamika Wheeler of temple hills Maryland had reportedly shot another man during an argument Here's D.C. assistant police.
"la san francisco" Discussed on WTOP
"Fares the worst with more reported hate crimes per resident than cities including LA San Francisco and New York That's according to the center for the study of hate and extremism at California state university San Bernardino It says D.C. saw a 149 reports of hate crimes last year including 23 classified as anti Asian I really attribute a lot of the recording of these hate crimes from just our outreach That's D.C. police captain David Hong On a daily basis we're going out we're working with the historically understood communities where promoting that you report hate crimes to us John Aaron WTO P news A former New York City police union president whose clashed with city officials over his tweets and hardline tactics is expected to surrender today to face criminal charges connected to a rate last year on his home and union office Ed Mullins resigned in October as head of the sergeant's benevolent association after the FBI searched the union's Manhattan office and his Long Island home He retired from the NYPD in November information on charges against Mullins is not immediately available The AP site sources saying officials confirming his arrest were not authorized to speak publicly about an investigation and did so on condition of anonymity Three poolsville high schoolers are using their technology skills to make the job easier for workers with disabilities and they're doing it at a false church ice cream shop Montgomery county teens satvik soma James Chu and sanjana konka make up team SK X which is making a machine that aims to help employees at cheeks ice cream and falls church many of whom are people with disabilities put a twist tie on cake pop bags and other kinds of packages Now soma tells WTO they're entering their device in the source America ideate engineering competition which challenges engineering students nationwide to create assistive technology that it says enhances workplace success for people with disabilities We're going to submit the prototype that we have now but we're going to keep working with Jake's until we give them a final product Matt's small WTO news Coming up here on WTO P a new report taking a look at how Facebook is doing to stop the spread of misinformation about climate change 1114.
"la san francisco" Discussed on WCPT 820
"New jelly would be with me right away With the Amazon coronavirus surge rapidly receding however still a lot of infections a lot of hospitalizations a lot of deaths California will lift its universal mass man then for indoor public places next week other count as we just said LA San Francisco not They will still be required in indoors for unvaccinated residents and for everyone in select settings such as nursing homes or aboard public transit Okay well now we have first of all yes vex instant just be required for everywhere And that would help right Yeah But these stupid trekkers can I just say 90% of truckers are vaccinated in Canada It's always this loud bunch of idiots right They're right wingers here championing championing championing If they're American truckers they couldn't have gotten into Canada unless they were vaccinated to begin with So what do they mean They're Canadian truckers Yeah So that's on the more American Right you've got all these right wing idiots you know making them into heroes Yeah And they're gonna come here Like Fox did to all the anti vax heroes here but except they're all dead now So I guess they had to find new anti vax heroes for having died of COVID And to have X heroes who are vaccinated and unfortunately they're building a movement I know but it's so absurd It is 90% The fact that they're trying to but it's becoming bigger and it's going to be a problem here There's a story They're talking about the Super Bowl No I'm hearing D.C. on the first which is Biden's state the union They're talking about circling the Super Bowl next this coming weekend Here in Los Angeles it's going to be a problem here Don't disrupt my I am in the middle of an epic SmackDown with close shutter And we'll disrupt the game I'm in an epic ram spangles SmackDown Jody I know And I do not Truckers I will Okay LA county still says they're a valid reasons behind the county order requiring vaccinations for customers of indoor Boris wineries breweries nightclubs and lounges as well as the city already ordinance mandating proof of full vaccination to enter other indoor businesses We still have a lot of cases here and we have a lot of transmission and anything we can do to really help us get to a lower level of transmission I think is appropriate that our health supervisor here Yeah Can I say I feel really conflicted about this because I am so ready for mask mandates to be gone Yeah But I don't know if I am presently Does that make sense It's like I want it gone but I don't know I don't know if it's the right thing yet but it's like it will feel good to me And it would Travis think.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"la san francisco" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Has been taken out of the economic sphere and brought into every other sphere. And what marxists do is they divide people. It is to my mind. Fundamentally anti-biblical another words as bible brings love and forgiveness and it cancelled culture critical race theory. All of these things are dividing. Is that what you're getting at when you talk about masks. No masks are are. We even dealing with it with that issue yet. Every single issue. It's a collision of two worldviews. So the the christian worldview is that there is a god he has lost. Everyone is judged by them. You need forgiveness of sin. We need to love and serve one another the counterfeit of that and so i would put the category spiritual warfare over and all the everything god creates satan counterfeits so what critical theory seeks to do it seeks to make heaven without god seeks to replace fathers and families with government and it creates warfare. It creates collision between those who hold to traditional theory versus those who would hold the critical theory and traditional theory is really how do you build some. How do you build a culture. in economy. A family marriage a society. What happens in critical its deconstruction. It's breaking so you critique gender you critique marriage you critique sexuality you critique private property ownership you critique right to privacy when it comes to medical issues regarding vaccine what these are these are just demolition crews and you know as well as i do building something is really hard tearing it down breaking. It is very very easy and so what you get every day. Everybody wakes up and it's sort of the rage of the day. Who or what are we attacking breaking and tearing down
Boomer & Gio
"la san francisco" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"That point. That's when i started. Excavating better adds up to the cardinals for their ability. To you know spoil pitches foul inches just extended that man. The dodgers right man all right. Who sounded more coherent. Max scherzer after the game last night or boomer after the super bowl shares her have to go to. At least. it's all about seven thirty. Yeah but yours are only had an hour to get tanked. I had about three hours attack. I had no and had phil simms. All of them. Sports minute session was legendary. Did you record any of that stuff. we have it somewhere. Sure you do my goodness so. La san francisco and l. d. s. We've got more action coming up today. At four o'clock eastern white sox an astros and then in the evening. You've got the raise the red sox as they play game one. The mets deciding ultimately go with the epstein. Is he an steve corn. Apparently matt who knows. And the padres fired manager. Jason taylor to the nfl. We got week five tonight on the fan with the rams and the seahawks coverage at eight pm giants cowboys this coming sunday. Here's daniel jones. So we heard from joe judge last hour. He really pooh-poohed judge winning. The nfc's offensive player of the week award here was jones's thoughts on coming up on Grateful to recognize and appreciate it and think it says a lot about our offense and in our team and judge does agree that when the quarterback wins the award. You applaud everybody when someone gets an award like that. That's a team award anytime a quarterback. It's an award and sought the protection starts with the skill players. Make plays.
Habits and Hustle
"la san francisco" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"People are also depressed at with people were writing emails. Yeah to susie susie cakes. I need that like we need this in our life right now. There's nothing to look forward to. I want to take my kids to susie cakes to be in susic we need susic was one of the guys we were like okay. We need to reopen. We don't have a lot of people we don't even know if enough people are gonna come into rio reopenings expensive. Yeah all the ingredients back in. It's just a whole it's a whole thing. The whole thing on the phones the music system. It's a whole thing right so on the whole thing and then it's a whole thing so we started we said okay. Let's open up slowly and let's do only what we can with the people. We have so when we first opened up last april. Or may we said okay. Let's open up one bakery in each district right orange county. La san francisco in texas. We're gonna open up one in each texas wasn't an e. Wouldn't it be easier because it was much more lenient than california. It's still was it. They were more lenient. But you we still had trouble. You know people either. They couldn't come to work because of childcare or they were taking care of elders or they lived with their grandparents like there was a whole host of reasons. Why people or they were just scared right early days or even now right right so there was a multitude of reasons why people were not wanting to you know. Come back into the workforce and so it's like okay. We have less people. We can't offer this whole menu. I can't have thirty things. I can't have the semi rose. I can't have the pudding right if those things that were like. Smaller sellers forces like. Let's stick to what people really want. And that's the cakes right right. Start with the cakes full cakes you know. Look like two or three flavors..
The Pomp Podcast
"la san francisco" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"It's so hard working with your hands in your body. It is is definitely exhausting. So zack said that girl scouts setup. Cookie stands outside the marijuana dispensaries in chicago. The fact he used the word marijuana means he's a cop so it's a we dispensary but Very smart obviously. If you're gonna sit out setup outside there and then What did somebody say. Oh when you're drunk eight dollars for a hot dogs nothing. Someone said you don't even look at food prices when you're dreaming there'd be days where i i was a national thomas where i live and you know how like cities have These free concerts aware. You're summertime where they like. Shut down the block and like you know. Tens of thousands of people show up. So i used to work those and i would come home with three grand or grand in cash would work like in eighteen hours a day but i would. I killed it. I used to call it being hood. Rich i would just have a wad of ones and fives again. This is so much money. I mean three thousand dollars when you're twenty is like game over you win. Yeah i'm the rich guy ever all right if you had to pick one internet idea for this weekend. Is there anything that you think you could get set up by the end of the weekend and book a thousand dollars. I'll tell you something. So i have this thing on gomert. So years ago. I used to own a roommate matching business. It was a very bad business. But when i learned is if you're in a major city New york la san francisco in you. Post that you have like you live in a three bedroom in your room. Roommate just moved down so you have a spare bedroom moat because there's so many young people moving there who can't afford their own one bedroom they wanna move with roommates and if you posted an ad on craigslist you would get like fifty to a hundred applicants meeting..
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"la san francisco" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Love genucel dot com slash stephanie. So dot we were talking about the good news. Study particularly the three of us kris travis and who've had kovin and got into 'em are shots but you know all these new studies are finding like what they're calling superhuman immunity in people. I mean i'm starting to rethink. Like oh do i have better protection than i thought i did again not to be. We were still being safe. And you know. But i but this story that everybody's talking about wanting to get your take on the in the new york times one in five thousand so the cdc reported terrifying fact in july again. This is science. It's evolving as we know the people with Vaccinated people with the delta variant carried roughly the same viral load in their noses and throats vaccinated people in recent weeks however more data has become available suggest. The tour picture is less alarming. Yes delta has increased the chances of getting covered for almost everyone but if you're vaccinated the covert infection is still uncommon in those in hot with those high viral. Loads are not as worrisome as they initially sounded how smaller the chances of the average vaccinated american contracting kobe. Probably about one in five thousand per day and even lower for people who take precautions or live in a highly vaccinated areas. So they're saying where you are quick in the northeast as well as chicago. La san francisco areas. The chances are more like one in ten thousand places right. that are vaccinate. But i think it's worth pointing out stephanie. And that that These are snapshots of a particular day with particular massive data. What we've learned if nothing else about About corona virus is that mutates like crazy. We don't know right now. We're dealing with almost entirely the delta variant of corona virus Will that change. I don't know. But i think people could feel good if they've got vaccinated got gotten both doses of 'em rene or the janjay single-dose vaccine Eventually they're going to need to get a boost show. I believe that. But if that's the case even if you have a lot of fibrous You're carrying virus in your nasal cavities any your throat The the vaccinated people have a greater ability to keep that from spreading to vital organs from getting very sick or need to go the hospital right. Oh that was news. Is the vaccines work right. Well that i mean this is of the main thing i took from the story. They're saying the infection rates in the least vaccinated states are about four times as high as in the most vaccinated states again. Going to your point. It's just vaccinate vaccinate vaccinate on but this part of the entire country it received shots at the same rate as the northeastern california. The current delta would be a small fraction of its current size as we all know delta is a problem new york times writes vaccine is a bigger problem. But that what you just said. I think is really key which just go over it again. Even when the size of the viral loads are similar the virus behaves differently in the noses throats of the right i in an unvaccinated person. Viral load is akin to an enemy facing little resistance in vaccinated person to human immune system launches a powerful response tends to.
Boomer & Gio
"la san francisco" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"There. Obviously yeah on. I was there four years ago. I think that was on one of the trips. We weren't too that would have figured it was l. a. And it was san diego san francisco whatever. It was something like that he was. La san francisco. That was the one went to dodger stadium and we went to a giant game. The problem with the giant game joseph is. He's he's good at baseball but he doesn't really like watching it all that much. Yeah so. I ended up in the coca cola. slide for the first four. I didn't get to watch a whole lot of that game. I was there. And i did enjoy being there. I love dodger stadium. That was also there. That was great that to me is like you were going to get to yankee stadium before two thousand eight. It was like one of those things you wanna see. Dodger stadium is just a jam. Although i did lose my car we lost your car at dodger. Stadium could not find the car after the game. We thought we went out the same exit because there was a dodger shop. That's what we kind of uses a landmark. We walked in. It was one of those things for me that i couldn't my whole life. I couldn't wait to get the dodger stadium. I don't know why. But it was always somewhere i wanted to go. So he finally make the decision to make the trip and we get tickets and it was. I think it was july fourth we went. I'm pretty sure it's the fourth of july game. We went to and so between all the commotion. Over the fourth of july between you know shevess ravine and the scenery. That was all around the stadium. I was just in all honestly. Walking in sues were walking in my wife says because all right. Let's remember the dodger shop here so at least we know where we're going and i never even. I'm pretty good with taking note of where we park. I usually right at my phone. I didn't in this case so all right fine dodger shop. We gotta gay. Men's they do fireworks. Invite us all out to the field. We ended up exiting a different way because everybody was on the field and of course where we exited. There was a dodger shop turned out other side of the stadium. The so we were there. I want to say two hours after we were led. Franco's and keep in mind rental car. Oh no so. It wasn't even car wreck. Recco completely lost in southern california. Oh my kids were yelling at me. i'm sure can i tell you have you been to. Pnc park in pittsburgh. I had not for a game. I've been there. i've seen it. We went for a penguins game. One year both are not get to a pirate game. I think it's beautiful. I love it. I love that place in the view in a background. Let's go to tony us up in the bronx. What's going on. Tony good morning. Hey what's up man. Listen my therapist. I needed dump on somebody. Okay so You know i. I don't want to get into a debate. What you guys. But in my opinion Sandy has to take the blame for some of these. I didn't like The door trade. And then you're gonna allow in the door to endorse violence. Buying is part of the pro. He's he's adding another strike up. We check out all the time we had a guy buys strikes out five times a game He's just he's i don't care about him. You know they competitive process. There's no way in the world. Would you could compare to in. Two thousand fifteen did not strike out like that. I watched him his at bat. He hasn't mind made up before a pictures being thrown. And he's gonna swing. I remember him not so long ago we were down by two and he's swinging at a three. Oh pitch and i'm like you know this you know what the same amount hopefully again you know. It's a different owner. Hopefully it definitely only positive. I'm getting out of this is that it's not the wilpon that you feel like you head into the off season. They're actually going to improve the team as opposed to go into the bargain ban and trying to find some guys to hopefully catch lightning in a bottle that that's the positive but i mean as far as this season goes i mean it feels like a total waste at this point and harvey by is i don't know i. I love his energy. I love what he's capable of. I that the full package of hobby buys includes a lots of strikeouts. Those are really good defensive player and he's someone who like every time he's out there he's just balls to the wall wanting to win a game which i think is great now when havi by works out for you it's awesome. He can provide that spark when he doesn't you know he's over five five strikeouts in. It's terrible but that's the stuff you gotta live with. Read a trade for heavy bias. One of the things that i hate this is the truth or not but one of the things that have been circulating around there with the mets is because of the injury. They didn't go all in at the trade deadline. They were more patient because they thought they weren't gonna have jacob. Degrom that to me is. That's the worst mentality you could possibly have. When you're in first place it sure is because you're okay that means you need to do more at the train by not less agree closer rotation get someone else in the bullpen and another bad. You've got an opportunity here and you got a bad break with the graham. I know you're not going to be able to replace him. But do the best you can now once again. That was more rumor than anything else. But i heard a couple of times. It makes sense in a dozen. It makes sense from the standpoint of. Don't put all your eggs in one basket because you don't have your acer you think you might. You might not have them. It doesn't make sense from the standpoint of they didn't know and the possibility of him coming back in. September is very real. All you had to do was and they haven't failed at this yet. Although it's not trending in the right direction while you had to do is is hover and just stay in striking distance but you had to go out and make a legit move and while bias is a big move for sure. I do agree with the one thing. The caller said you know it was. The med problem had been scoring runs hitting with runners in scoring position. You bring a guy. That is yeah. He's gonna dazzle you with the home run ball but he's also gonna frustrate the hell out of you when you just need a single up the middle of the guy on second base. Because he's swinging for the bronx it is. It's frustrating and i talked to edit about this last week. When i did that show with them. I ever made his case. Why buyers was the right guy. I disagree. I think he was the maybe the right guy but at the wrong time okay. That's fair but at this point. The the mets in twenty twenty one feel like they're just going to be gone in a matter of minutes and the only positive is that you have an ownership group. That's probably going to be pissed about it and willing to spend some money and where that's glass half full for sure and i think that this trade deadline you saw a lot of teams eat contracts. Where the mets were willing to eat contracts and not give up prospects. You saw the opposite happening. You saw teams that were wanted. The prospects and then we're willing to eat the money themselves and the mets were not that team this year right because they don't have a lot in their minor league system. I mean they ended up trading a former first round. Pick four hobby bias. Who may end up being a rental this month on the eleventh writer name. Sarah shares the story of a false accusation of sexual misconduct. And then her inbox is flooded with hundreds of other people saying they too have been falsely accused a professor of federal government whistle blower a candidate for sheriff. What responsibility to she have to these other stories. These other people was at her role to decide. 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Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"la san francisco" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Houston where beth more lives by the way according to her twitter page. La san francisco minneapolis new york. Dc chicago atlanta. They have hurt. The city's through policies that enable and encourage a rise in violent crime and murder tent cities public drug use public defecation. General chaos deterioration. So i could say you're not loving your neighbor by voting for the party restricting the police's ability to serve in poor minority neighborhoods in the name of antiracism. That's the only security that poor women and children have and it's a problem that you and your suburbs will likely never have to bear. The brunt of is not loving your neighbor by voting for the party against allowing families to have school choice for their kids. I'm sorry you can't tell me that. The cities who are enabling lawlessness in inescapable dependent on the government are doing a better job of loving their neighbor. Because they're requiring everyone who has not living on the street to wear a mask when they're in public so you see how easy that is to make those kinds of arguments like we could do this all day in someone from the other side of the aisle could level the same charges against me. I think it's wrong to vote democrat. I do that. Does not mean that. I think republicans are anywhere close to perfect but i think democratic policies especially today are destructive. But here's my point. I know people who love jesus who voted democrat in the last election. And even though i think their reasoning is really faulty. I see the sincerity of their faith and the fruit in their life. I hope that even though they may disagree with me on certain things they would give me the benefit of the doubt now. I do typically see christians to start voting democrat also start becoming more liberal theologically but that's a different subject. I do believe these people in their hearts love their neighbors and they are voting in a way they think is helpful. I- voting in a way. I think is most helpful. Politics is a way to love your neighbors because policies affects people as we say so often especially the most vulnerable but it is not the only or even the primary way to love your neighbors. What i think we see reflected most in jesus's ministry that loving your neighbor most powerfully as found in the direct personal voluntary meeting of a person's needs That means if someone in my opinion erroneously votes democrat. But i see that person's kindness gentleness and goodness and faithfulness to the truth of god's word in love for their fellow man. I'm not going to accuse that person of not following jesus or not loving their neighbor so all this to say in..
The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"la san francisco" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Sanders got dominique. Wilkins i've got all the stars. And i just wanted to kind of put together a meeting with you guys to see what we can do sure so now. I a meeting a new york vegas. La san francisco hedge fund managers and know nothing about a hedge fund. So i go to vegas. I'm in the board room. They're telling me other won't their stories than we get down to brass tacks start telling me. Dc we wanna do this this that and that we can do this for the money we can control the money like this and then you're gonna get return boom boom boom boom boom and i'm like well still. Why should i okay. And what they didn't realize and this is my learn how to learn technique what they didn't realize while they were pitching me. They're teaching me. Yeah right and that was the first time i did that. Have served me so well. Then you know i just think differently like i had a lotta friends will always. When we're high school they'd be like our changing. The job was like yeah. You can't kid a drove around all day as that's how you get a job as a decide you to job. Go get the phone book where you wanna do where you want to work in a restaurant coup you start calling all the restaurants in your area. So are you a accepting applications. No are you hiring. No Are you accepting applications. Yeah really are you hiring yes girl. Just quit okay you come today. You've got a job now. It took me three minutes to do that. Where would it took all day. And i might be hit three places right and every time i did that for people that got jobs learn how to learn just a different approach and i learned about a his phone but i realized it wasn't for me right so i could but you know you drop a bomb this collateral damage but when you do things and you don't necessarily they don't pan out..
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"la san francisco" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Let's just you worry about you. I worry about me and we kind of go from there. And i try to think about that in life to like stop in. This guy's mad is happy. You don't wanna be around him. Don't be around him. Airs personality at this point diamond. His life he's rich he's successful. It ain't changing but don't don't an old dog does learn new tricks like it's only gonna get worse. Probably as he gets older in terms of just that he just got to feel sometimes like not the happiest camper in the room which is fine. It's just being true. Who he i also think. He's acknowledged the simple fact. he stuck. He stuck it makes absolutely zero says for the green bay packers. Detroit them absolutely zero. It couldn't make any less sense. They have a super bowl level rosser. He's not just the best player on their team. He's arguing the best player in the league. They're not going to trade him under no circumstances in listen money. Talk shit walks. He is so much money on the line. What's going to sit out mixed thirty five. Thirty seven million dollars thirty five plus million dollars if you're listening to this and you're rich. Let's say you make seven figures. Even you probably like as a lot of money because you are absolutely loaded if you make a million dollars a year unless you live in. La san francisco or manhattan upper middle class. But if you live a normal places you are do you are living is high on the hog is most people in your community and richard and probably ninety nine point nine percent of people and that he's making thirty thing about that. You think a guy. I don't care how much money you're worth. No one gives up that type cash now if his salary. This year was two million dollars. Well you know. If he's really pissed off he's already worth one hundred plus million dollars. Who cares but for that type of money. He's playing and he knows he stuck. and i. i've said this from the jump. You are sneaky when when the story came out about shawn watson which that just like what's going on with him. We not going to see him all year. That's kind of what i think. But that shawn watson hated the owner whatever. She wants never see the owner. If you don't want to you can never see him. You can never talk to him and the owner can just avoid you. The packers don't have an owner okay. So he doesn't like the general manager. For whatever reason that is still a little uncertain. Good akins can just avoid them for the health of the team now. What sucks is this is not an easy spot leflore. He's going to have to manage this situation. Because the one the only negative for the packers of getting aaron rodgers back is i think he will be the ultimate shit about anything and just kind of say whatever. He feels any kind of did it little by little last year but he kind of picked his spots. I think this year he'd be liable to say anything at any moment on any press conference he won't care which at the end of the day. That's the worst thing you have to deal with. You'll just deal with it but leflore is going to have to deal with it because as the head coach. Speak three times a week. And you're gonna get asked nonstop about it but i. I've seen a lot of this floating around the internet..
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"la san francisco" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I one thing we've learned the last fifteen months. How about we start worrying about ourselves. Let's just you worry about you. I worry about me and we kind of go from there. And i try to think about that in life to stop worrying. This guy's mad happy. You don't wanna be around him. Don't be around him. Airs personality at this point diamond. His life he's rich he's successful. It ain't changing. Don't an old dog does learn new tricks like it's only gonna get worse. Probably as he gets older in terms of just that he just kind of feels sometimes like not the happiest camper in the room which is fine. It's just he's just being true to who he is. I also think he's acknowledged the simple fact he stuck he stuck. It makes absolutely zero sense for the green bay packers trader absolutely zero. It couldn't make any less sense. They have a super bowl level rosser. He's not just the best player on their team. He's argued the best player in the league. They're not going to trade him under no circumstances in listen money. Talk shit walks. He has so much money on the line. The ship what's he gonna do. Sit out mixed thirty five. Thirty seven million dollars thirty five plus million dollars. So if you're listening to this and you're rich let's say you make seven figures. Even you probably like that's a lot of money. 'cause you are absolutely loaded if you make a million dollars a year unless you live in. La san francisco manhattan upper middle class. But if you live a normal places you are do you are living is high on the hog is most people in your community and richard probably ninety nine point nine percent of people and that he's making thirty thing about that. You think a guy. I don't care how much money you're worth. No one gives type cash now if his salary. This year was two million dollars and back. Well you know. If he's really pissed off he's already worth one hundred plus million dollars. Who cares but for that type of money. He's playing and he knows he stuck. And i've said this from the jump. you are sneaky. He you know when when the story came out about shawn watson which stories just like. What's going on with him. Are we gonna see all year. That's kind of what i think. But that does shawn watson hated the owner. Whatever does shawn watson never see the owner. If you don't want to you can never see him. You can never talk to him and the owner can just avoid you. The packers don't have an owner okay. So he doesn't like the general manager. For whatever reason it is still a little uncertain. Good kids can just avoid them for the health of the team. Now what sucks is. This is not an easy spot for the floor. He's going to have to manage this situation. Because the one the only negative for the packers of getting aaron rodgers back is i think he will be the ultimate. I don't give and just kind of say whatever he feels any kinda did it little by little last year but he kind of picked his spots. I think this year he'd be liable to say anything at any moment on any press conference he won't care which at the end of the day. If that's the worst thing you have to deal with deal with it but leflore is going to have to deal with it. Because as the head coach you speak three times a week. And you're gonna get asked nonstop about it but i. I've seen a lot of this floating around the internet..
"la san francisco" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Federal aid increased pension payments and keeping the state's bill backlog in check for the ratings increase travelers. Coming to chicago from other states will no longer have to follow a travel order which required quarantine or negative covid test upon arrival city. Health officials announced the transition today from travel order to an advisory since none of the fifty states are recording more than fifteen new cases per day per one hundred thousand residents. The order was suspended at the beginning of the month and can be reinstated if significant surges or seen in any state and the cities test positivity rate has been down to half a percent for the past week chicago. Public health commissioner. Dr allison arwady. Says that's an all time low since the start of the pandemic but people who are not vaccinated still need to be extra careful please if you're going to travel get vaccinated It worries me when people are not fully vaccinated and their traveling where we are seeing surging but there is no requirement around that if you've traveled and you're not vaccinated. Please do wear mask when you're back. You've got to wear a mask all the time if you're if you're if you're unvaccinated but that would be particularly true if if you've potentially traveled and united airlines. Is betting big that travelers will return to the skies by placing one of the largest orders ever for commercial planes. The chicago based company is buying two hundred. Boeing max jets and seventy planes. From europe's airbus is to replace many of its smaller planes. And some of its oldest. It is the biggest order in united's history and the biggest by any us carriers since two thousand eleven united ceo. Scott kirby predicts that business travel will pick up after labor day and that business and international travel willfully recover but not likely until two thousand twenty three and now to phil ponce for a one on one. With chicago's mayor phil brand of chicago is in the midst of a violent summerish shootings go up and homicides match. Last year's year today total meanwhile lakeshore drive gets a new name push continues to create an elected civilian oversight board for the police department joining us to discuss all this and more is chicago mayor lori. Lightfoot mayor welcome back to chicago. We very much appreciate your being with us. It's my honor to be on this broadcast. Thank you in the city of had a rough couple of weeks. How are you holding up. Well the truth is we had a rough fifteen sixty miles We've had the challenge. The global pandemic is still with us although starting to recede into the background as a result of our huge porsche on an equitable vaccine distribution. So that's all good restarting cer hymie on starch agree on but just like in new york and la san francisco washington c atlanta all the major cities across the country continue to be plagued with. I think a pandemic spur in violence. We are making progress as you alluded to but we still have a long way to go and making sure that residents all over the city. Our safe mayor. This past weekend was particularly troubling. Seven people are dead overall. There were two mass shootings. All all calling alderman now calling. I personal city council meeting with the police superintendent to discuss. What's going on in the streets Is that a good idea. Look i think we ought to have an important role to play an oversight. But what i was saying is the police department does regular briefings. Alderman certainly would members of the public safety committee unfortunately to make sure that all autumn interaction coming and participating. Most briefings but transparency. Raw albuque- safeties absolutely critically one mary. You alluded to the fact that other cities are also plagued with violence but specifically in chicago. What is not working well. I think it's a couple of things number one. I believe that violence is a manifestation of systemic problems And it's a public health crisis when you see in way too many neighborhoods a lack of jobs lacquer investment and these are historic.
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China's Coronavirus Is Spreading. But How?
"Deadly new virus has cropped up in China the dramatic surge in cases of a deadly mystery virus. It's something called a corona virus. The pneumonia like illness originated in central. Insult China there are actually many types of corona viruses. This one causes fever dry. Cough difficulty breathing. Diarrhea and body aches the the number of infected exploded over the weekend. Hundreds of people have been infected Chinese officials taking every precaution to contain the virus and as of Thursday afternoon. We're recording this workers outside of the local hospital in bio suits. Seventeen people have died or good afternoon governor. Jay inslee governor of the state of Washington on top up of all of that. We're here to give a brief into the public regarding the novel. rotavirus on Tuesday officials announced. It's shown up here in the United States. Patient is a man in his thirties. He is in the hospital here behind me and then later in the week. Chinese authorities closed off the city of Wuhan at the center of the outbreak. Nick wants eleven. Million people are being told they can't leave and more. Chinese cities have followed suit. Such a massive operation to restrict people moving on spreading. The disease is unprecedented. So this episode. We'll tell you what officials are saying about the origins of the virus and what we know about the likelihood that it will continue to spread Brett. I'm Mattioli and you're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. So we're talking corona virus and here to help us do that is NPR. Reporter Jason Bogin who covers global health and development. Hey Jason Hey Mattia so this thing cropped up about a month ago and this past week China announced more cases and the number of countries where it's been found outside of China continues to grow. Oh and one big thing. We haven't mentioned yet. Is that this weekend. Is the busiest holiday travel season in China. One of the largest travel seasons in the world. Yeah it's like doc Thanksgiving and fourth of July all combined into one. Hundreds of millions of people typically travel for the Lunar New Year which is January twenty fifth man. Ah brings up something about virus. Does it spread easily amongst people who are on trains. We don't exactly know the Chinese government has said it appears to be respiratory Tori. But they haven't been able to confirm that that is exactly the route of transmission at the moment and how communicable is how likely it is if people are sitting next next which other on buses and planes and trains that it could spread right. Okay so let's back up and explain what we do know. Starting with where it started the city city of Wuhan in central China yet so all indications are pointing to this wholesale meat market in Wuhan. It's a place where they have live. Animals that are slaughtered. There's also fish that are sold there as well as meet and the idea is that the corona virus and seems to be what have hap has happened jumped from one of fold animals in the market over to humans. And at this point we don't know exactly what animal that is. We don't as one of the big questions that still out there. If you remember SARS that big outbreak started in two thousand two was really big in two thousand and three. It's called Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome now is also corona virus. Chris and it spread all over the world. Almost eight hundred people were killed before eventually stamped out and health officials in China say that this current virus doesn't look his deadliest that but it's still really serious for SARS. It was these palm. Civic cats that were being sold in AL markets in China and once that was identified identified then the Chinese government banned the sale of civic cats. That's Matthew Freeman urologist at the University of Maryland. School of Medicine Right. Okay so I wanNA talk a little bit about how a virus like this can jump from animal to human because it's not often explained super clearly. Yeah so a key. Part of that jump is when a virus mutates and and when people talk about mutations and viruses. What they're talking about is something that actually happens? Naturally when a virus replicates right so viruses loved to make lots of little copies of themselves elves and when they do they can make little mistakes during that and knows can change who or what the virus can infect. That's right and Matthew Freeman that Corologis. He thinks that SARS actually started out in bats and it mutated jumped over two those civic cats and then eventually got into people all and here's how he described it as these viruses replicate in these in bats day mutate a bit and if the wrong bat and the wrong other animal become in contact potentially usually when they're caught in the wild whether they're brought onto farms than it can jump into that species and often times. What we found is that the virus needs a little bit more mutational events to happen where can replicate in this intermediate animal before it can jump into people so in the case of SARS it started in bats takes a little bit jumps into cats mutates more jumps into humans right and there are other types of corona viruses that exist in birds in rodents are in camels. But in this case it's proving difficult to figure out what the exact animal source is this corona virus right which brings us back to that market in and Wuhan where they think it all started yet. We spoke to this Guy Kevin Olive oil. WHO's the VP research at the public health? Nonprofit it's called ECO health alliance as been to a lot of markets like this one in in Southeast Asia and he said they can have a wide variety of animals some of them while domestic and it creates a kind of melting pot. Where it's possible for these viruses to jump between species when the animals are alive in the market? They're stressed out. There's a lot of contact with feces and saliva and in terms of butchering the animals. With blood you know. It's pretty chaotic. It's not ed clean as you would think and There's a lot of contact with animals and animal fluids and body parts and so you can imagine in that Type of environment. Yeah it's really hard to zero in on one particular animal as a source You know in this instance. There's some question about how careful the Chinese government has been among in dealing with this way. Once they found out that there was this big problem they went in and cleaned everything. Up in some of the researchers are a little bit Upset set that a lot of potentially useful evidence got destroyed in this effort to just clean up this market right. They kind of reacted quickly and now makes it harder to trace that. Yes now the scientist just because they did that clean up. The sizes are playing catch up there sampling animals and other markets. Trying to see if they have the virus and in the meantime there could potentially still be animals most spreading this type of virus in other markets in China right and then of course beyond that they're saying it's now spreading not just from animals to humans but from one human human to another. Do we have any other clues about that. Human to human spread. That's happening. This is one of the big questions that still out there. What is the human to human spread doesn't have have to be really close? Contact is spreading through the air. We talk to this epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine. David Heymann. He says one clue is that there seems to be many clusters of infected people who all belong to the same family and they've had intense contact with an infected person it. It doesn't seem that the current virus spreads very easily face to face with a cough or a sneeze but even said we still don't know what sheriff the infections happen through. These family. Clusters this case in Washington state. That patient says he didn't visit any of these markets. He doesn't recall coming into contact with anyone who was was sick rain and also brings up another thing. That's kind of concerning which is that at least fifteen. Healthcare workers in the city of Wuhan a reportedly among people who've been inspected and that's always an evil omen within emerging infection because health workers. See a disease may think it's a common pneumonia. They're not as careful. They should be in washing their hands or in patient care and as a result they then get infected and then it spreads within the hospital or can spread to their families and then into the community so so hell in the concern. Is that those workers who may not know that they're actually infected with the virus and feel healthy actually are this phenomenon known as super spreaders people who end up actually infecting a lot of other people. And we've seen this in the SARS outbreak there. There were some super spreaders. There are some key people who ended up spreading the virus to a lot of other people and in that really contributed to the spread of SARS globally. So the question is are there super spreaders with this virus. We don't really know that yet. Gotcha and in the meantime when the CDC announced it confirmed that there's that American patient it also so announced screening at certain airports here in the states right and as we talked about airports We should mention screenings were implemented during the SARS outbreak. They didn't have much of an impact on containing SARS that said the. CDC screening is happening now at airports in La San Francisco New York Atlanta Atlanta Chicago and basically passengers off a plane with a fever or they seem to have cold like symptoms. They're going to be taken aside for health screening testing now You know even the best case that's GonNa take our Z.. Samples getting sent back to the CDC in Atlanta. So if you're flying for me you're going to be routed into one of these airports where they're are able to check you and see if you're showing signs of having this disease. Gotcha okay so Jason. Yeah this is obviously getting a lot of attention get right now now what our public health officials and journalists like yourself the most worried about look the the worst case scenario is an airborne flu that spreads rapidly around the world has maybe a long incubation period. gets out there and then kills lots of people. Yeah that's not really what we're seeing at the moment went But it is still concerning because you are getting spread that we don't know exactly how it's happening so that's what's most concerning installment that we don't know how it's spreading and we don't no the underlying number of people who've been infected or how long that incubation period which could mean we've got a whole slew of them coming down the fire shirt okay Jason Boban update you're welcome will link to NPR's reporting on corona virus in the notes of this episode which was produced by Brett. bachman edited by Andrea Andrea. Kasich in fact checked by Emily von.
Protesters gather for fourth annual Women's March across the country
"All is going on in LA San Francisco Chicago and New York City that's where a woman took to the streets today for the fourth annual women's March Jim Forbes says there were three hundred marches across the country today organizer say marches are also taking place around the world in places like Belgium Germany Portugal and India according to its website the March has eight principles that act as a Guiding Light which include ending violence against women protecting reproductive rights LGBT Q. and the environment the first women's March through more than five hundred thousand people to the nation's capital the day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president while thousands turned out today in downtown LA crowds were a little lighter than they have been for previous women's marches this is the fourth
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Nationwide ICE deportation raids yield 35 arrests
"Rules it was in the big four four Gatos Chad Benson on KTAR we deliver for big block buster stories this is big story one how ice agents had to back down after neighbors an activist linked arms to keep ice from a man who is here illegally and his twelve year old son so that was I guess you could say can cook could consider one of the raids that we heard about so last week when we're telling you know yeah ice is going around the country it's gonna be a big weekend for you know them they've got a lot of work to do because they're targeting two thousand illegal immigrants two thousand Atlanta LA San Francisco goodness New York New York comic kago all the sanctuary cities right two thousand people were targeted everybody was talking about it hi and they arrested just thirty five people well I mean they didn't really even arrest thirty five people as you said they arrested seventeen and there were eighteen others that were collateral damage which means what what which means that they were there they were told they were there the wrong place wrong place wrong place wrong actually going to be harboring somebody and so you're caught up in it so they caught people wrong place wrong time eighteen of them they caught more people who are in the wrong place at the wrong time then who they were actually targeting which drive me crazy is and and I and I and I keep waiting where where are you Democrats where you progressive I want to hear from people even Republicans with this if you say you don't want to have open borders but you our fine with this kind of stuff happening even though they have gone through the entire system the you say we need to keep the system the way it is they should play for silence and even when they do and they don't get what you want them to get and your fine with it did why have a damn system at all I don't Tom I I'm kind of thinking that this is what they thought was going to happen if you're gonna have raids over the weekend in all these different cities and almost all of them were sanctuary cities not to sound too stars not sanctuary yet but they will be I try and I I don't think it was about arresting anybody I don't think it was about getting two thousand people who had been through the court process and I've been handed you know their deportation letter whatever it is I think it really was about trump kind of carrying around this big stick saying if you're here legally I'm watching you I know you're here and I'm gonna deport you and it made a lot of people scared to me a lot of people people fearful I don't think that's the right thing to do that's why I think he wanted I think if you were to ask the president would you like to scare the crap out of a bunch of illegal immigrants or actually get two thousand rounded up he would take the fear first the big thing for him is is he's failed he's got a he's not got an ounce inch of the wall built he has failed in comparison to what Obama did as far as actual deportations there's so many things that he is not being able to do and that's not all his fault obviously he's got roadblocks in the way some Republicans and and some dumb and a good portion of the Democrats but the reality is is he's looking around and he may want to scare people because that's the last option yes because he's get nothing else done he is falling and failing over and over again with this but but he's keeping asylum seekers in Mexico that's a positive thing it is okay it is for now though but we don't have the skills and have some flaws right Mexico did say today we're not going to be part of your new plan or if you're from Central America the third country plan and you're going to Mexico that's where you have to stay and seek asylum because everybody in Central America goes to Mexico then travels to the United States and trump's rule now is if you go through one other country which is the way that you and has it on there but sickly their charters is if it is so if you're flying from Afghanistan you land in Canada you have to apply for asylum in the safe country Iraq I'm too so if central Americans go to Mexico first that's what they've got to apply no one to do that then they want to come to the U. S. Mexico says are not playable on that yeah that was a new wrinkle so and we'll see how that goes because he's got that it was silent thing these trying to roll with and I just I don't okay we have a failure inside of our system and if this is what you can do then what's the year seven a system because it feels to me like you're fine with open borders and that you only want to obey the rules that go your way go sit in the big four
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Poston, McDonald and Harassment discussed on Tim Conway Jr.
"Out that McDonald's Poston cashiers in LA said they'll take part in intensity strikes tomorrow to confront what they describe as their employers failure to respond to complaints of widespread sexual harassment. The strike will begin during the lunchtime. Rush in LA's, San Francisco, Chicago in seven other
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Amazon’s second checkout-free Amazon Go store is now open in Seattle
"As we. Get into our Tuesday so warm, today it's going to be warmer tomorrow with Anti of sunshine that ridge still in place are. Overnight lows will drop again like I said get. Pretty cool for some of us up towards NIA bay and forks forty six degrees fifty two for Aberdeen inland towards Shelton and Bremerton will, be in the forties and then we start to. Pick up some fifties from Seattle King County up towards how much Skagit and what counties tomorrow eighty degrees average again is. Seventy five degrees so
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Amazon in Running to Acquire Landmark Movie Chain
"That Amazon is in the movie production business. It looks like the movie theater business might be next reports out this week that I'm on is in the running by landmark Ziater's chain that operates in major markets like New York, Chicago LA, San Francisco and across the river in Washington, DC and Andy, maybe I shouldn't be surprised by this, but I'm a little surprised can ever accused Jeff as of not looking forward into the future. So I think here's my, here's my take on this. I think with potential changing regulatory landscape on studios potentially owning theaters, widening their distribution. I think Jeff Bezos and Amazon saying, hey, listen, we have an opportunity go after another dish Abune platform. It special marks specialize in the. Indian foreign space, which we know that Amazon prime videos have had a lot of success with. So I think Jeff Bezos saying, listen this, another distribution platform for us. Let's get in before the studio start changing that landscape and by ASA property cheap. And by the way, Mark Cuban who is a part owner of landmark is kinda shop in the business around two