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James Trusty Confronts George Stephanopoulos About Biden Docs Scandal
"There's 1850 boxes that have never been fully looked at at University of Delaware. You have the ultimate unclean hands of a current sitting president who had no classification, had none of the protections of President Trump, and who literally had to have stolen stuff from a skiff. Even Dick Durbin has commented about how this was an outrageous possession of classified material by Vice President at that point Joe Biden. So that's what we're talking about. You can scoff and act like there's nothing the to it, whole country but knows the basic notion of unequal treatment and fairness and that's what's at issue with this prosecution. It's so ridiculous and he's so right. What are you talking about? Sit down. Oh, you are. I can't tell. You're so short. I can't tell when you're standing or sitting. Lindsey Graham on ABC's This Week. Mediocreite was very upset about this. They're upset about everything. Bunch of pre -bubles and buffoons. Cut six. the And by way, notice. Notice Trustee Graham, Lena Habbar. Who else? Notice those who go on the shows Have to defend as if the host is a Democrat. And And then they pat guys like Bill Barr on the head. Oh, Bill. Yeah. Yeah. What do you mean Bill? Well, you know, it's not like this is a witch hunt or anything, you know. They asked him for the documents. He wouldn't give them back. They took enough of his crap. And as our buddy, Annie McCarthy says, he's if guilty of half
Trump's Attorney, Alina Habba, Speaks Out
"A week that many people will not forget and indictment of a former president joining us now is president Trump's attorney, Alina haba, welcome to the program, Lena. Thank you, Charlie. How are you? I'm doing well. So I have several questions, but first, what is kind of the, what is the attitude, the president has right now, give us some insight into his resolve, his, you know, where his head's at after this ridiculous indictment that we've seen come out of the Manhattan DA's office. Sadness, primarily for the country, definitely not for himself. I think he keeps saying this is unbelievable. This is unbelievable. This shouldn't happen in America. That's really a summation of where he's at in terms of spirits. He's so resilient, Charlie. I mean, he did his speech. He had dinner. We all got up and saluted the flag and he's just patriotic through and through and this does invigorate him and make him want to fight even harder. The more that they come after him because like he says, they're not after me. They're after you. I'm just in the way. And the way that they've come after him is very clearly a result of his political success.
Pastrnak, Ullmark lead Bruins past Wild 5-2
"David pasternak continued his march toward 50 goals by netting his 47th in the bruins 5 one victory at Minnesota. Pasternak has 6 goals and 7 assists in his past 8 games. He second in the league and goals after helping the bees are in their second straight win since a rare two game losing streak. Pasta naka Patrice bergeron each had a goal and an assist. Brad Marshawn set up three scores and Lena su Mark stopped 29 shots. It was Minnesota's first regulation loss since February 15th as it battles the stars in avalanche for the central division title. I'm Dave ferry.
"lena" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hi, I'm Kia Damon, I'm a Florida born chef, writer, host, and recipe developer. I served as an executive chef of a New York City restaurant at the age of 24 and became cherry bomb magazine's first culinary director at 25. I've been named one of 16 chefs changing black food in America by The New York Times and Forbes 30 under 30 in food and beverage. In 2021, I found it Kyiv is the people a budding mutual aid effort focusing on food apartheid in Brooklyn. I'll be your guest host for this month of America. This month we're talking about taste makers, we're celebrating the black chefs, cooks, and food historians who created new food ways in preserved important culinary stories of the past. Today we're talking about the Martha Stewart of New Orleans. With the mind for business and an arsenal of recipes under her belt, she took Louisiana by storm as the host of her own cooking show. Let's talk about mama, Lena Richard. Lena was born a new roads Louisiana in 1892. While she was still very young, she moved to New Orleans where she, her mother, and her aunt, worked for the varians, a prominent local family, Lena helped out in the kitchen. Lena's dishes impressed Alice, the varian matriarch. Every week, Alice gave lino one day a free rein in the kitchen to experiment with ingredients and serve whatever she came up with. Lena didn't disappoint. Alice liked her invention so much, she hired Lena full time and signed her up for a local cooking class. Once she saw Lena couldn't learn anything more in Louisiana, she set her up north to attend the acclaimed miss farmer's school of cookery in Boston. There, Lena spent 8 weeks attending classes. At first, Boston was lonely. Lessons were rigorous, elina was likely the only woman of color in her class. Soon though, she realized she knew a whole lot more than her classmates. Even more than her teachers. Most days, Lena will look up from stirring the pot of gumbo or filling her chicken volatiles to find the whole class watching her. Pin in hand to capture her Gusto and technique on paper. Boston, it turns out, was no match for Lena. She later said, when it comes to cooking meats, stews, soups, sauces, and such. We southern cooks have northern cooks beat by a mile. That's not big talk. That's the honest truth. Still, Lena saw merit in her time up north. She experienced firsthand the benefit of training in a kitchen for occupational cooks like herself. She also knew how rare that opportunity was for black southern home cooks who didn't have sponsors to send them to schools like Fannie farmers. So, in 1937, Lena opened her first business, a cooking school. Lena's school welcomed young African Americans seeking experience in the culinary and hospitality businesses. She knew folks with schooling could get better positions and better pay. A rarity for black workers in the Jim Crow south. Beyond her cooking school, Lena Starr kept rising. She even started her own frozen food company that sold products across the nation. In 1939, Lena's self published the first edition of her cookbook. It collected more than 300 recipes that Lena had researched and prepared in her own kitchens. Lena's cookbook became the first Creole cookbook written by an African American. At the time, Creole recipes had mainly been written down by white southern cooks. They often took credit for dishes developed by African American chefs and communities and relegated black culinary practice to a 6th sense rather than the skilled, hard work Lena knew it to be. Lena's book was so popular. She and her daughter traveled up north to promote it. Apparently, Lena wasn't too sure the supermarkets in the northeast would have the ingredients she needed. So, she packed a suitcase laden with dry shrimp, pure cane syrup. Louisiana shelled pecans and old fashioned brown sugar. Lena also worked as a chef in renowned restaurants in New York and Virginia. But she soon returned to New Orleans. In New Orleans, she opened two restaurants, Lena's eatery, and then Lena Richards gumbo house. Her second restaurant sat right across the road from the holy ghost Catholic Church. Gumbo house instantly became a meeting place for the black community as churchgoers dreamed out of mass and late risers congregated for lunch. In 1949, Lena became a household name and face, quite literally. Her face was broadcasted into living rooms across Louisiana. She appeared on TV twice a week with her own cooking show, Lena Richards, New Orleans cookbook. Lena reached black and white viewers, dominating the airways at a time when TV was climbing in popularity. Yet, long before the medium would have met, other women of color into similar positions. Lena's show was the first cooking show to spotlight a black woman at its center. And it would be the last to do so for years. Lena continued to inspire her TV audience with recipes and cooking skills and to her death in 1950. She was 58 years old..
A Prayer When You Feel Condemned
"If you were born again believer, condemnation does not exist because the punishment for our failures and sins does not exist. There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ thesis. Roman's 8 verse one. This means that when we embrace and believe what Jesus did for us on the cross, as he took the punishment for our sin that we deserved, our lives are no hidden in Christ. When we come to God with a heart full of repentance, resting in the glorious finished work of the cross, we can stand before the throne of God without any shame because Jesus for all of it for us. The debt we owed has been paid in full. We are free from all bondage. Jesus took all of your sin in your shame upon himself and cast it as far as the east is from the west friend. You no longer have to live with the weight of your failures. You can come boldly with a throne of grace beloved because it is grace that did the work for you. You can rest assuredly that God sees you as blameless and perfect because you are in Christ. There is no reason to carry that heavy burden of condemnation on your shoulders. Surrender it to Christ today. Let's pray that you learn to no longer walk around carrying the weight of your past and stop striving for perfection. Remember, Jesus is blameless and perfect for you. Lena upon him. Let's pray. Father, I know that I need to stop running from you when I fail in sin. You see it all and know that I'm going to undoubtedly mess up. That is why you sent your son Jesus to earth to live the perfect life for me. To fulfill the law completely for me. His death on the cross paid for my punishment of the curse of the law that I will never be able to uphold. So I come boldly to the throne of grace today and receive new mercy that Christ died for me to have. I lean upon your strength and grace today and trust that the work that you started in me will continue until Christ's glorious return. Or when I meet you face to face. I rest in your beautiful mercy and pass off any condemnation that may be trying to weigh me down. In you, I am completely free and forgiven. Thank you, lord. In Jesus name, amen.
Ben Ferguson: You Will Not Have a Choice About Your Kids' Vaccination
"And if you disagree with them they will probably treat you like a terrorist again because they did it over critical racer They were mad at you for showing up at a school board meeting and to the point where they said that you were a should be treated like a domestic terrorist if you disagreed with the people that are on the school board Just really think about that Now they're coming out saying that your kids need to get vaccinated Kids and vaccine are the thing that they're obsessed with the most right now And you if you think you're going to have a choice here wrong you're not going to have a choice They're saying you don't have a choice that kids must be vaccinated They're saying it all over the place Lena Wen she's the one that was in charge of killing babies at Planned Parenthood So that parents concerns about COVID vaccine for kids are the same individuals who have gotten the vaccine who have not gotten the vaccine themselves In other words if you're a parent and you got the vaccine you're unvaccinated then you're the crazies they're saying I don't want my kids to be not to be unvaccinated as well You're just you're pushing your values on your kids and that's wrong
Demi Lovato Says She's No Longer 'California Sober'
"Demi Lovato, by the way, has gotten so, I'm sorry to say this. I don't have a kind of word, but homely. And just so far, far away from the cute pop star she once was. I don't want to be as 59 year old guy calling a young girl homely, but for fuck sake, she just let herself go like on purpose. As soon as she decided to go, they them, she cut off all her hair, put on a lot of weight, and it was just like she wanted to not be attractive anymore. She looks terrible. And in other words, she looks like someone who's purposely trying to present themselves as unflatteringly as possible. Like Lena Dunham, who acts like this is me, I love me. You know, lizzo, I love being fat. No, you don't. Lena, you don't like the way you look. Let's stop this. A lot of Demi's bullshit began to happen after she decided to go straight and sober after her OD, which almost killed her and for a while anyway, denied her the power to speak or sing as beautifully as she can. And you remember, we all felt she was most likely gonna owe me again when she announced on that YouTube show she had that she was going California sober. And everybody was like, why are California? And she said, rather breezily, well, you know, they're not doing hard drugs, not doing coca heroin, but still drinking alcohol and smoking wheat. Oh, okay, so you mean not sober at all. Is that what Cali sober means? How stupid? Everybody jumped on a vaccine. That's not how you do a girl. It's not how you do it. She didn't like that everyone jumped on her back, not fully realizing that we all cared and didn't want to see her almost dying again. But now Demi has taken to her Instagram stories to announce to the world. I am no longer California sober. Sober sober is the only way to be. Well, good for good for Demi.
"lena" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
"But fifty eight. I can go and see now the eighties for book. So i know what it is and i see that fifty eight is here. It says there it is fifty eight effecient. It's inefficient so yeah so it's possible to search here for different things in this book than i like this. I like this setup seemly because for for multiple reasons first of all this is entire if entirely free there there is no one. This is all open source via ms free. And and lena is free. And i'm using stream yard which i don't pay for here so it's all free and also because there's nothing i did. It's just the king bible. No commentary has incorporated so many links into this and nothing is incorporated here. And i like that. See your yard that there. Yeah but the point here is that i liked this setup really and it's also people can read it's it's the latter sizes are right and so and it's also the point is also that you learn beam of course are using this choice. Good if i saw for a lawyer for example. And i get to peculiar trashier so then i must learn how to search for the word liar rather and that was actually sought for whole words..
Amy Schumer Is Now an Endometriosis Martyr
"Welcome this morning, Amy Schumer, I mean, I think you guys know she's suffering from endometriosis very horrible, painful. Make sure periods hell, affect your fertility. We know this. We know she also had a very rough pukey pregnancy with a two year old son, gene the towels, I mean, Amy was very upfront and honest about how bad a pregnancy was and she tried having a second kid via IVF. Super tough. She didn't think she could ever be pregnant again while things didn't get any better and now Amy, who's 40, took to Instagram, and you can find any thing on Instagram. And she showed up, hey, I'm recovering in the hospital from my endometriosis surgery. They removed her uterus and her appendix. I don't know why, but so she had a hysterectomy and an appendectomy. And then once she said that all the other bold busters on parade joined in Lena Dunham who had a full hysterectomy because of endometriosis complication joined it. Even Chrissy Teigen Halsey pasma Lakshmi joined in. Thank you so much for sharing your endos story. Over 200 million women worldwide suffer from this hope you feel better. Christ.
"lena" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
"Lena which is like in my mind really all that took ten minutes longer than usual. Respond to a text message link. Any of it was happening. Until i caught myself down. But i do think like pairing that with dislike understanding of seeing things as threats has really just helped me deal with that sort of surge of physical energy that you get when you are when something like quote unquote triggers. You not in the ptsd sense but like never right. Somebody like says something that you take a certain way or somebody breaks up with you or whatever it is like being able to pair. Those has just given me a lot more space especially in relationships where nobody's breaking up. It's just a whatever right. Like i can't get together that week or like. Can we do this instead or like no. I don't have whatever right anything. I perceive as like rejection having that like awareness of like okay see this as threat to the relationship. Of course. it isn't like my reaction. Maybe a threat to the relationship at this isn't seeing in that paradigm is like. What am i seeing as a threat has really helped me get like that next level of awareness about this reaction his. Yeah i mean. I think what you're talking about is so profound and i think a lot of him think. Oh i'm impervious to rejection or just be that continent or loved myself that much that these things won't hurt me and that's the issue but you're not big ask very human being. Yeah right no. I think it's really just. This is another thing that i try to do. Which is why write about my own experience of like sitting shoulder shoulder. People where it's like. I've really gotten better at managing those reactions with myself and understanding. Is it about.
Afghan Women Fear for Their Safety Under Taliban Rule
"Highly lena. Thank you for coming on the newsworthy. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. You've been working to advance the rights of women in afghanistan since nineteen ninety six when the taliban were in power the first time. So what was it like for women then. I was working on women's rights in nineteen ninety-six when the taliban took over kabul and we started to hear about what was happening with the violations of afghan women's rights and afghan women themselves. Actually we're the ones we're alerted us to the situation smuggling cameras under their burqas to be able to film forms of violence. The headings in the stadium and all of the things that were quite gruesome. Actually that we were able to hear about but the conditions for afghan women have always been difficult but fluctuating. According to who is in power and what views they hold on what interpretations of islamic law they espouse so in a place i kabul for instance in the nineteen seventies. Women were in mini skirts and going to university and it was quite liberal compared to the rest of the country that is very rural and much more conservative but in the eighties and again in the nineties soviet occupation ethnic warfare and then the occupation by the taliban women were stripped virtually all their rights and rendered practically invisible relegated to the home denied access to school and work and all of the different forms of violence that we've heard about yes obtained us a little bit of a picture of what it was like for an afghan woman when the taliban was in power last time they were forced to stay home forced to cover up the burqa was always a garment that was used in afghanistan but mandating it by law with a very different kind of thing. Girls were forbidden from school. Afghan women were running underground networks to educate girls because otherwise they'd be no opportunity for them to have any education at all anything that rendered invisible in public space Being in markets being in workplaces being in public office. Certainly all of those things were denied to them so they were really forced to stay home to cover up to. Naw go anywhere at all. With all of their rights stripped so it was a next to impossible situation. It was a prison. It took women a very long time to be able to recover from all of those losses loss of opportunity and access and choice and voice and resources.
For Afghan Women, 20 Years of Gains Face an Uncertain Future
"Highly lena. Thank you for coming on the newsworthy. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. You've been working to advance the rights of women in afghanistan since nineteen ninety six when the taliban were in power the first time. So what was it like for women then. I was working on women's rights in nineteen ninety-six when the taliban took over kabul and we started to hear about what was happening with the violations of afghan women's rights and afghan women themselves. Actually we're the ones we're alerted us to the situation smuggling cameras under their burqas to be able to film forms of violence. The headings in the stadium and all of the things that were quite gruesome. Actually that we were able to hear about but the conditions for afghan women have always been difficult but fluctuating. According to who is in power and what views they hold on what interpretations of islamic law they espouse so in a place i kabul for instance in the nineteen seventies. Women were in mini skirts and going to university and it was quite liberal compared to the rest of the country that is very rural and much more conservative but in the eighties and again in the nineties soviet occupation ethnic warfare and then the occupation by the taliban women were stripped virtually all their rights and rendered practically invisible relegated to the home denied access to school and work and all of the different forms of violence that we've heard about yes obtained us a little bit of a picture of what it was like for an afghan woman when the taliban was in power last time they were forced to stay home forced to cover up the burqa was always a garment that was used in afghanistan but mandating it by law with a very different kind of thing. Girls were forbidden from school. Afghan women were running underground networks to educate girls because otherwise they'd be no opportunity for them to have any education at all anything that rendered invisible in public space Being in markets being in workplaces being in public office. Certainly all of those things were denied to them so they were really forced to stay home to cover up to. Naw go anywhere at all. With all of their rights stripped so it was a next to impossible situation. It was a prison. It took women a very long time to be able to recover from all of those losses loss of opportunity and access and choice and voice and
Who's Afraid of Hipster Antitrust?
"So the other day i was driving in my car. Listening to npr. Like the mid atlantic coast metropolitan area residing person that i am when i heard the phrase hipster antitrust at first i was like his hipster thing. We're saying again. The answer is not really. And then i wondered. What is this antitrust business about. Well way back in two thousand seventeen. A woman named lena. Kahn wrote a now famous piece. For the yale lodge journal arguing that the rise of massive tech companies like amazon google apple etc proved that modern american antitrust laws were flawed. And how we decide. If a company has an unfair monopoly is outdated and ineffective so to over simplify the status quo. That she was railing against one of the joys of a free market is that you have many companies competing to sell the same product and they keep each other in check by trying to the better price or the best service or some other value proposition to customers. If one company has monopoly that they can charge whatever exorbitant price they want because the customers have nowhere else to go for the same product or service and this is
Afghan Photojournalist Flees to Athens
"The images and stories. That are coming out of. Afghanistan are not only shocking. There've been taking by local african journalists and photographers. Many of whom are currently risking their lives and have been doing so for the last few months. One of them is the photo journalist. Masoud saini born in afghanistan masud has been chief photographer at the associated. Press and a photojournalist at funds oppress his won the pulitzer prize for his work in the country and a couple of days ago he and his colleague. Lena donna were in afghanistan covering the taliban takeover of the country fearing for their safety they flew out of kabul last sunday just hours before militants entered the african capco. He's safe in the netherlands. Now and he spoke to monaco's emma nelson who spoke to he. Now new show the globalist earlier in the week. Let's welcome to monaco. twenty four. it is good to know that you are alive and well and safe. Just tell us what happened to you. Well unfortunately i am experienced immediate trustful week when i was in kabul awhile before that we were Me and my colleague over covering Herald war and I so i feel that the war was really really a clothing to people. Our life and the government was completely disabled and already was broken and failed from inside. They couldn't fight and resist with taliban and we were witnessing a lot. And a lot of the things.
"lena" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"The number one leverage you can create a new business that straighten. Ceo head in helps you create a process. Creating online program in the most amazing thing is a lot of people. Wait to create confidence in themselves before they go out there and offer training or offer online program in reality. Nothing builds your confidence more than actually taking people through your process. In seeing the results i work was a lot of people who just starting out in business and they just. They hold themselves back. They stopped themselves because they don't think there are enough. Lena hold on hold on hold on. I want to tell me out there for one second because i. I just want to make sure that people don't gloss over that because that was just it was really. It was really smart in terms of an approach. Insofar as not only figuring out what it is that you want to be doing and really might like doing but just how to get started so what you said there. If i heard you correctly was part of figuring out what it is to do is to do something so that you can then. It sounds like either eliminate that potentially is something that you don't necessarily want to do or realize that in the active doing it. You're like holy cow this is. This is something. I really love doing. And i want to do more of it. Yes absolutely nailed the nail on the head But we when. I work with people. The very first thing we usually do is we recognized identified one of the expertise as they have and then i have them create an online program around that and we do it. The super simple pilot format like you can start selling it before you even create in. It's amazing test because what happens after that program people go. Basically the couple's directions one direction would be like. Oh my gosh. I know so much more than i thought i knew..
"lena" Discussed on A Feed Called clubmarketevents
"Is a little raspy sandzak massive. Thank you my name. Is elizabeth molina. I am a speaker and also known as a grew and bio hacker. I would just say we'd my bio because my voice is pretty off. I'm just here to support the room right now but love the conversation and i'm looking forward to hearing all of the conversation that succumb thank you so much passing it back taxes both. I hope you feel better as well. and over to lena lena is really into the space. We've done quite a few skin cat rooms together with the dome atallah. Just so lena. Welcome wedding to yoursel. Hey.
Peloton Instructor Matt Wilpers Describes His Coaching Philosophy
"Let's hear a little bit more about your coaching philosophy. Then whether you're working with a lena dunham or a cyclist or a runner one on one or your coaching to like. We said to tens of thousands of athletes through the screen. What is your philosophy is the goal like i want to secretly motivate you and change your life or is it like i want you to better understand form and how to be an athlete. What what's top of mind for you. Well it really comes back to the athletes. Not about what i want. It's about what the athlete once and in creating an environment where they feel comfortable that they can they. Can you know. I guess vulnerable but also like go for it and set them in setup Set up a session or training plan or whatever they feel like very much in control in control their destiny but also create a very positive. Atmosphere had a lot of coaches in my life. And i don't respond well to negative reinforcement and i've made it my mission to be a positive reinforcement encouraging person. Because i've i've seen the best comes out of me in that kind of environment that kind of atmosphere. That's really who. I tried to be as like you know train hard train. Smart like understand what you're doing but have fun in if you make a mistake it's okay like you're you're still heading in the right direction So yeah do you have a favorite type of person or athlete to work with and to coach like do you love beginners. Do you love really experienced people people with specific goals. Is there something that gets you the most excited You know it's it's a great question because Yeah it's it's a really great question. I in terms of experience athlete. I think there's someone fun to work with. Every level beginner intermediate advanced. There's always someone fun to work with. But it's like are they coming to. The table are getting the work done. Or is this just a therapy session. If they're getting the work done and we're coming back and we're making progress together and we're having that's fun. That's a lot of fun but if we're if we're just talking about doing that's not fun and so that's that's that's declined that i like to work with is the client that it's getting it done
Facebook Seeks FTC Chair Lina Khan’s Recusal in Antitrust Case
"Is seeking to have lena con chair of the federal trade commission recused from the agency's discussions over whether to file a new antitrust case against the company. Facebook says con can't be impartial because of her long history of criticizing the social media giant and other big tech firms. The move comes. Just two weeks. After amazon filed a similar petition seeking cons. Recused from the ftc's antitrust investigation against it and ftc. Spokeswoman declined to comment previously. Kahn had said she would consult with ftc ethics officials. If issues like this came
Big Tech Critic Lina Khan to Lead the Federal Trade Commission
"Start with lena. Cohen who is appointed confirmed the federal trade commission. That's a big deal. It's a really big deal. So this week. She finally received a floor vote. It was a bipartisan vote. Republicans and democrats not going to say all republicans but enough to get a confirmed voted for her and that was early in the morning about eleven thirtyish and then a couple hours later i was watching this hearing on smart home. Check in competition and amy klobuchar friend of the pod. She leaked g basically scooped. Everyone that lena was going to be the chairwoman. Fdic and lead the agency a mad scramble to be like what you say right. It was like chima speak and all of a sudden reuters is reporting. This is confirmed and everyone was like. Oh dang okay cool so. She took her oath of office. On tuesday believe and she is currently leading the. That's amazing. so lena somebody also a friend of the bug. She's been on the verge before probably listeners. Quickly she was a law student. Columbia have really influential lottery. Paper about amazon called amazon's trust paradox. remarkable for a law students. Love your article three. That influential chee ended up advising agencies advising the fcc than she was on david sicily's antitrust subcommittee wrote a lot of the investigation than was nominated for that. And now she's the chair at the otc like she's in charge of overseeing mergers acquisitions of making sure the markets are competitive just a real rocket ship of her career from law school to leading the and she's not been shy about how she perceives the power of these big
A Big Week for Global Tech Policy
"New chair of the federal trade commission a raft of bipartisan legislation aimed at big tech and an agreement to collaborate with the european union. It's been a pretty eventful week in terms of global tech policy here to break down what all happened and what the landscape looks like going forward is our policy reporter ryan tracy. Hey ryan thanks for coming back on the show things for me okay. So let's start with the f. T. c. biden named the prominent big tech critic. Lena con as fdic chair you know. We talked about this earlier in the week. With our colleague brent kendall but remind us of the significant of khan's appointment. She's been very clear that she has concerns about the behavior of big companies in a lot of sectors tech. It's been a particular focus for her confirmation hearing she basically said everything's on the table in terms of big tech. Senators asked her a number of questions about areas where the ftc could become more aggressive in terms of looking at the marketplace for news or looking at the marketplace for a smartphone apps all these different areas where we've heard some concerns about the impact of big tech and her answer was almost invariably. Yes to those questions now. There are limits to the ftc's power but mistaken has an expansive view of what that power is and so we expect her to push those limits and so does this signal sort of shift from the obama years to the biden administration potentially signals a much more aggressive approach to antitrust policy. And that's obviously a big deal for the largest tech companies. Who are under. A lot of antitrust scrutiny. Right now and it's kind of amazing when you step back you know. They had a lot of power under the obama administration and a lot of influence and had the biden administration asked for who they would have picked to lead the federal trade commission. Liikanen think it's fair to say would not have been near the top of their list. Just given that a lot of things critical of tech companies in the past so the fact that the biden administration chose her clearly shows their influence is more limited than it used to be.
"lena" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Obata, Lena Core, Vera and Mike to Caesar all attending Doctor stadiums, first full capacity ball game last night, And if you're wondering about the score, the Dodgers defeated the Phillies 5 to 3. Meanwhile, in the Bay Area, San Francisco mayor London Breed also expressed optimism when it comes to the pandemic and reopening. Speaking at a news conference yesterday, Mayor Breed reflected on what the last 15 months have been like in San Francisco. None of us Could have ever imagined that when we first made the decision to shelter in place in San Francisco that it would be an entire year and now 15 months of sacrifice. And when you think about what we accomplished, we should be so proud. Mayor Breed also used the occasion to announce that San Francisco's famed cable cars, which have been out of service since the start of the pandemic, will be back up and running in August. And turning to politics. Candidates who are hoping to be on the recall ballot to replace Governor Gavin Newsom will have to make their recent tax returns. Public. KQED POLITICS Reporter Guy Maserati has more Secretary of state Shirley Weber announced Tuesday that she's keeping in place a low threshold of 65 signatures to get on the recall ballot in the 2003 recall that resulted in a field of 135 candidates. This time around. Candidates will also have to make five years of tax returns public the result of a 2019 law. Weber explained her reasoning in an interview with KQED last month, we're going to follow the law and make sure that all of those things are part of it and not just say well that this is a different kind of elections so people can just do anything that they want to do. But the tax return requirement could face a legal challenge because the law only refers to primary elections. For the California report. I'm guy Marzorati. And when it comes to a date for the recall Election, County election officials in California are urging the lieutenant governor not to schedule it before mid September. One big reason if the date is any earlier, they can't guarantee there will be enough paper to print the ballots printers that supply the majority of the States counties with ballots. Have told local election officials They can't provide materials to hold an election any earlier than September. 14th in large part because they don't know how many candidates will be on the ballot and how much paper they're going to need..
Lina Khan, Critic of Big Tech, to Lead Federal Trade Commission
"Yesterday the senate confirmed lena con to a seat on the federal trade commission. The thirty two year old columbia university professor has been a vocal critic of big tech companies and. She's advocated for sweeping changes to antitrust enforcement with her confirmation secured. President biden is designating her as ftc. Chair the post will allow her to pursue an aggressive antitrust and consumer protection agenda so for more on khan and how she could shape the ftc. Enjoy our legal affairs. Reporter brent kendall. Hey thanks for being here. Thanks for having me okay. So tell us about khan's background here. Where does she come from so she has been on the fast lane star track of the progressive movement in terms of antitrust which she was a reporter wrote pieces for different publications went to law school and wrote this law review article about amazon. The thesis which was that antitrust law just doesn't really work to restrain companies like amazon. And how they've built their business and so she kind of skyrocketed from there she's been a legal adviser for progressive group. That is advocated for a wholesale change in antitrust enforcement. She went and worked on the hill for this house antitrust subcommittee that did this big investigation of tech firms and was a big piece of that and this report the democratic staffer at the end of this investigation making all sorts of recommendations that that congress rain tech company and so this all comes at a time. You know we're sees risen up these ranks and then got this nomination for the ftc from president biden. Which will now put her in theory at least in a position to try to put some of her views into
Here’s What’s Happening With COVID in Wales
"Us about the situation in wales because we keep being told around the uk the the answer to managing covert in the future is really good contact. Tracing and testing and the welsh have announced. That test tries tax that that's going to be extended quite long. While i'm going to say i mean wales spending an incredibly well in terms of this crisis. I mean we've got about one point one million people who've been vaccinated in wales. It means that there's three to five point five percent who are fully vaccinated and it seemed that things are going great. And now we've we've gotten unfortunate situation in conroy way. They've got cases of the engine. Very intimate safety for cases doesn't seem a lot and they concentrated on sunday. No did new junction and penrhyn bay. But the reality is that this. Cluster is heading towards community transmission. And that's what was he cools. Major concern with. Lena morgan dwells health minister as you know really people need to go out and get tested even if they have symptoms because clearly i mean that is going to cause major problems for the rest wales if that's not popley contained
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"Eichel scored in a shootout and Lena Soul Mark made 31 saves for the sabers in a victory over the Devils. I could return to the game in the third period after taking a puck to the mouth and briefly leaving for the dressing room. Victor Oleson, Tobias Rieder and Eric Stall provided regulation goals. A tailor whole had two assists. Janek woken and tied it for the Devils. With 5 19 left in regulation. His first NHL goal. Jack Eichel scored in a shootout and Lena Soul Mark made 31 saves for the sabers in a 43 victory over the Devils. I could return to the game in the third period after taking a puck to the mouth and briefly leaving for the dressing room. He scored in the first shootout round before all Mark made the goal stand up. Victor Oleson, Tobias Rieder and Eric Stall provided regulation goals. A tailor whole had two assists the sabers of three over and one now since dropping four of five to open the NHL schedule. Janek woken entitled for the Devils with 5 19 left in regulation, his first NHL goal. I'm Dave Ferrie. Second rate. Baylor is 16. I know. After Davion Mitchell had 13 points and seven assists against his former team in an 84 72 victory against Auburn, Adam Flagler led the Bears with the season high 19 points while Jared Butler had 16 Nephew mayor deliver two threes and a pair of highlight reel dunks while scoring 10 of his 13 points during a 3.5 minute span that helped Baylor go up. 66 45 Jack Eichel scored in a shootout and Lena Soul Mark made 31 saves for the sabers in a 43 victory over the Devil's Janek woken and tied it for the Devils with 5 19 left in regulation. His first NHL goal may be struggling.
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"95.5 ws me at Lena's news and talk Well, our next traffic update looks at I 25 issues in less than three minutes, but Tom temperature now 46 funeral arrangements are set for Braves legend Hank Air and after his death last week at the age of 86, a private memorial service will be held tomorrow. It wanted truest park, followed by a private funeral Wednesday at Friendship Baptist Church in Atlanta. MLB network will air the memorial service Tuesday, and former President Clinton and former Major League Commissioner Bud Siegler. You're expected to attend Wednesday's funeral. Braves allowed fans to pay their respects over the weekend. It Aaron statue it true a spark. Tampa Bay will face Kansas City and Super Bowl 55 is Tom Brady takes his new team to the big game ready seemed to be on a retirement tour. Way left New England for Tampa. Instead, the 43 year old heads to the Super Bowl for the 10th time. It's not what it means for me. I do think about what it means for everyone else. It's like, Oh my gosh, we're actually gonna do it. And we can dream about looking across the street for two weeks, Sample coach Bruce Arians after beating Green Bay to become the first team to play a Super Bowl on its home field. The only problem The chancellor. Also, we have some work. We got to get done, and we understand that coach Andy Reid after the chief's beat Buffalo Casey opens a 3.5 point favorite on February 7th J. Black 95.5 WSB Now they're already used it some overseas airports Now covert sniffing dogs will be stationed in American Airlines Arena as the Miami Heat welcomes fans back for home games. A team lays out the plan on its website signals on you By sitting down you and your group will be directed out of line and denied entry. It's believed dogs can be trained to sniff out the virus. Similar to house some could detect cancer and other illnesses. Fans must also pass a rapid test before heading in a teenager saves the day in Waco, Texas, after her family's unable to smell the smoke during a house fire because they all suffer from Corona virus. He woke up eight others who were sleeping and help them get to safety on Lee to rush back into the house and rescue. Therefore, dogs. The home went up in flames. Moments after everyone was out. Matt Matt Anson reports. The teen suffered minor burns, but says she is grateful that everyone survived. WSB news time. 6 41. I just 19 minutes till seven o'clock here 20 days and Monday's get you down Well, Tuesday range couldn't be happier. Just keep that in mind. Here's W S. B beer all district melon. Well for today. A few hidden miss showers mainly north, then, more likely tonight, High around 67 low 62 Tomorrow showers and afternoon high round 70. Wednesday. Showers 70% likely high 62 low 37 recapping your forecast for today. Ah, few hidden Miss showers around mainly north. No big deal highs. 63, North east 70 Southwest Mean Iran, says Kirk. Knowledge 95.5. W S p 46 degrees. Now as we check the morning drive again, any big issues. Here's Mark McKay.
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"W N Y. C as we continue with Dr Lena when former Baltimore Health Commissioner Georgetown professor Emergency medicine physician in Washington Post columnist. Her latest article column called Here's What leadership on Vaccination would look like. Doctor when Governor Cuomo is planning something new for next weekend, when the Buffalo Bills play play off game in Buffalo, there have been No fans allowed at sporting events in New York state since March, But the governor wants to let a few 1000 in but with the recent negative test required for entry. I'm curious if you like that idea, and you think it could be a model for reopening other things. Yeah, it's a it's an interesting idea on guy actually think that testing is very important. Having everyone test in advance will cut well cut down on the level of infection because they are going to be some people who find out that they are asymptomatic who test positive and are then able to take themselves out of circulation to be then quarantine as a zoo results, so I think it's certainly predict provide some level of protection. I think there will be other. I'm sure they'll be other measures that are taken as well, including requiring masts, including distancing, etcetera that will also add levels of protection as well. I think that there could be even more done so as an example not allowing food or drink at the event. I realized that that sounds very draconian. But it's the when people take off their masks and are having food and drink that adds to level of Amritsar, perhaps cutting down on food, food and drink or or ally only water is one way of further reducing that risk. The other thing, too, is I'm actually less concerned about what happens at the event itself. But what people are doing around the event as an if people are coming, but then later on, they may be dining together. They may be going to one of others homes. I'm much more concerned about other events like that, rather than in the structured formal setting that then further increased risk. Interesting. There's pushback on this going around instagram that I've seen that says, essentially using the test to go to a party is like using a pregnancy test as contraception. Uh, do you, uh, do you have any reaction to that? If testing is implemented on a regular basis, and it's actually used as screening. It is something that could be Actually a preventive step as well. So imagine on. I know this is not what's what's the case for for for the Bills, But imagine if everyone is getting tested twice weekly. If you are getting that level of regular testing prior to going to school prior to going to work that, in a sense is a type of a preventive measure. And in this case again testing before going to a game, you are going to find some individuals who test positive and wouldn't have otherwise known. And if this is one way for us to increase testing, I say, Why not? Just recognizing, though, that it's not full proof that they are going to be some individuals who don't have positive because they haven't. Maybe they're early in their incubation period there. Others who may get a false sense of security as we have seen it in the case of the White House with individuals using tests, and then they think that it's open season. They could do anything they want to do, and that's not ideal, either. Maria in Sunset Park. You know w n Y C with Dr Lena Wen Hi, Maria. Hi. Good morning. My comments last questions have to do with the delivery off the vaccine. I wa so, uh, born in a Caribbean country, and I know this to be true for other Islands and other countries in Latin America and elsewhere. Where Delivery or funny, given an injection was not rocket science, Um If you had it was often done at home. The doctor would send you home with the, uh, the vial. Or maybe it was not at the pharmacy. You didn't spend a day at the doctor for for an injection if you needed something that was repetitive. So on. I remember this clearly. So, um Every time I hear about all this what is required in order to be able to work in one of the vaccination sites? I was wondering about that. The other part of that which is related is that I personally have The experience when my mom towards the end of her life needed anticoagulants. And I, another relative who were spending a lot of time at her home, caring for her firsthand what trained in the emergency room went I had we had to take the ring. Because of certain symptoms. It what they had a little. They had a dummy there, and they just wanted to make sure that we I guess we're somewhat competent on then. The, um Well, neither one of us has any medical training whatsoever. And we went home and put the next day we We had one of the shooting nurse come the following day. Um, T o supervise, And then we were on our own and everything was fine. The nurse visiting this came the following week. Check that the supply was there that we had not, uh, this right amount Those witches were still there. What? Maria, let me jump in and get your response. Because what you're raising this is so interesting, and there are all kinds of examples. The cheese giving. There are other examples. Dr Wynn as I'm sure, you know, people inject themselves in their partners in the IVF process. As I understand it, people who are diabetics inject themselves..
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"Casey Foundation. David grew. This is one and we're playing clairvoyants this hour, looking ahead to the big stories of 2021 with Ed Young of the Atlantic and Garron of The Washington Post and Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News. Wanna dig a little deeper here into that big story about the distribution of several Cove in 19 vaccines. Here's health policy expert Lena when talking about the current rate of vaccinations in United States. Two million in two weeks. Sounds really impressive, but I did some back of the envelope calculations here and at that rate for a two does vaccine for us to reach 80% herd immunity in the US through vaccination. It won't take us 10 years. At a rate of a million vaccines a week or put in a different way. If we want to get there within six months, we need to be doing 3.5 million vaccinations a day, not a million a week. Young help us process that in the last segment, we heard that tweet summarized from the president, in effect that the federal government's done with the federal government's going to do now It's up to the states that this kind of federalism that we've seen during the course of this pandemic here in the United States. We hear those numbers from Dr Lena Wen and their sobering to be sure. Yeah, I would hope that as Thieve Axinn ation program continues that things will start picking up pace. Like any program off this scale and magnitude was always going to encounter teething problems at the start. These are complicated products that making them is difficult. You can't just you know, they're not T shirt. You can't just turn them out. Out of factory skill with tremendous He's getting them out to places that need them is difficult to they require. Certainly the fires of vaccine requires ultra cold storage. You know, it takes a lot. It takes expertise to prepare and mix and properly you need trust from communities that are to be vaccinated. Them Tonto that they actually line up to get the vaccines at all. All of these are very complicated problems. I think that they are going to be more significant. At the very start of the process on dojo plea, some of those wrinkles will be ironed out. As we move ahead, but it is a very bad sign that we don't have a good national vaccination strategy. And there was there was plenty of time to do to create one eye in interviews back in July, argued that a country that had utterly failed Get protective equipment out to its health care workers in a sensible, inefficient way was probably also going to struggle with the logistics off mass vaccination, and that's exactly what we're seeing now, this idea of leaving things up to the states. Is a ridiculous proposition. It Sure. Ah, lot of health care in the U. S is delivered at the local level, and you could argue that local public health departments know their community's best. But you can't under fund on ignore those departments and then also put away the onus on them. To execute this immensely complicated campaign. They need support. And they haven't been getting that support. Not financially on not even in terms off a strategy that everyone can huge words and Karen one of our listeners, Alice emails. What about using the National Guard for getting out vaccines in the states? We use them for so much. How is that they're not being deployed for vaccine. Distribution again returning to what the president elect's plan is for the 1st 100 days with regard to the pandemic when he comes into office. How much is he thinking about? We're planning to upend the kind of federalism that we've seen from President Trump. Biden is open toe that possibility of using the National Guard and you know, the Trump administration has has toyed with it as well. But it actually hasn't really come to pass. There have been some some limited uses of the National Guard here and there in a kind of get the vaccine unloaded and so forth, But it it hasn't There has not been a mass mobilization. Of the National Guard to actually administer the vaccine, and that's might be what it takes. I mean, there just aren't enough public health professionals and hospital professionals in the country to both deal with this incredible surgeon cases, and we had a record number yesterday, and it is not likely to abate anytime soon. You know, to actually deal with people who are currently sick and to administrate that the vaccine at the same time we're already seeing that those two things in conflict s O to answer a question. You know their There might be a much wider opening and greater support both at the state level and certainly with federal direction toward using the national Guard. But remember, the national Guards are is a state resource. So we're kind of back to the federalism question here. I mean, Biden can say he wants to do this. That and the other thing. But it would ultimately fall Tioga governors to actually call up the National Guard to Robin. I'm gonna play a message we got from Amy in Maryland. She's a listener who is anxious to take the vaccine. Those of us who really want to take the vaccine. How soon we will be able to get it in Earth states? I'm 58 years old and no co morbidity ease. So I'm wondering just help. Soon I'll be able to get it. I will be watching the states and local governments county to see how well this is handled, especially with the turnover. To the new Biden administration. Julie Rovner, how many Americans are anxiously twiddling their thumbs wondering when this is going to happen?.