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Monitor Show 14:00 09-08-2023 14:00
"I honestly don't know what the, you know, why the response was that they need a place presence on a elementary school grounds, but as far as, you know, for recess, but it just shows you how extreme our politics has gotten, and we need to take the temperature down in so many respects, this being one of them. Cool it down, bring the temperature down, simmer down, Maura Gillespie, many thanks to you and Jeannie Shanzano, great conversation, a great panel. I'm Joe Matthew in Washington, hour two of Sound On starts. Sound On, politics, policy and perspective from DC's top names, federal spending combined with two lakhs monetary policy has produced this 40 year high on inflation, China policy is driven basically by domestic politics, American families are finding themselves further behind the eight ball, to get anything done in this Congress, it's going to have to be done in a bipartisan way, Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew and Kaylee lines on Bloomberg radio. Joe Biden arrives at the G20 with a warning. Welcome to hour two of Sound On, as the president lands in India now for the big gathering that will not include presidents, Xi or Putin, to warn of cascading crises that could impact the US and global economies. We're going to look at the goals for the administration this weekend and the possible risks facing President Biden with John Sitalides at Trilogy Advisors, a diplomacy consultant for the State Department. His insights are straight ahead. The Georgia grand jury that first investigated Donald Trump.
Next abortion battles may be among states with clashing laws
"While the Justice Department appeals a Texas judge's ruling that halts the use of a common abortion pill. Some states like Massachusetts are taking steps to work around the federal court order. We are not going to tolerate this. Massachusetts governor Maura healey, a Democrat signed an executive order in her state. The confirms that medication abortion, including mifepristone, remains protected under Massachusetts state law. In anticipation that conservatives would try to block those pills, she ordered thousands of doses to be stockpiled. This political intervention into basic medical care hurts women and what can be a difficult and heartbreaking time. Asked if her executive order will hold up if the federal courts ban the use of mef a pristine. Governor Healy says a woman's right to an abortion will be one in the states, and that's what you see happening here. The White House says it expects the argument will wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court. I'm Jackie Quinn.
"maura" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show
"To go to the doctors, right? So don't you want people to be properly licensed. And there's a way to do that that is by the law that prevents fraud and that's all that's all possible. And so that's why I supported it. And that's why I stood with many public safety officials supporting. Tell me Mara, some of you are proudest accomplishments and then a closing statement of where people can find you where they might want to volunteer or make a donation. Some of the proudest accomplishments of Maura healey. As attorney general, I'm really proud of The Office that I ran and the people that worked with me in that office brought it every day, trying to help consumers and workers and seniors and protect their young people and who weren't afraid to go after those who were violating their civil rights were polluting our environment. These people working really hard. I'm really proud of that to make that we ran an office very successful about 500 people, $60 million a year budget over the last 7 years. I have brought back or saved the Commonwealth of Massachusetts close to $7 billion and believe that's what I think the return on investment from our office has been pretty good. I will also say that I'm particularly proud of our work going after Purdue pharma and the sacklers. Shut them down. We drove them out of business. We investigated, we expose the lies, and we held them accountable. And we're using all of that money and the money that we got from going after other opioid manufacturers and distributors and McKinsey and to fund prevention and recovery services. Close to half a $1 billion that my team and I brought back to the state. That's what it's going to be going to. I'm also proud that we were there in the Trump years when a lot of things were threatened. Trump threatened to take away healthcare. He threatened to take away DACA and the dreamers program, he imposed a ban on travel that really hurt so many of our colleges and universities. He tried to take back take us backwards on the environmental regulations that have been put in place to deal with climate change. I could go after time and time again, but we held the line. And as AGs, we held a line and we stood up for the rule of law. We stood up for protecting the constitution. And we stood up to show that no one, even the president of the United States is above the law. And I'm proud that I was able to do that during that time. If folks want, I welcome support in this race. I welcome I welcome teammates and people coming on board. You can find us at Maura healey dot com. It's remember. And you can sign up, we're looking for volunteers, people with canvas, people and not doors, people get involved. It's all about teamwork and we're building a really big tent here. So I hope to see people headquarters is in charlestown, but we've got regional field offices around the state, so I'd love to get books involved. Mara hilley dot com, everybody. Thanks morrow, best of luck, continue success and thanks again for doing this. And being part of the meet the candidate series. Thanks, Jimmy. Always great to be with you. Take good care of you soon. Thank you for joining us today. This has been a humor for humanity, production. Our mission is your mission, humor for humanity. Jimmy tingle dot com. Thank you.
"maura" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show
"Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Jimmy tingle show. I am Jimmy, and I want to introduce you to a new segment of our show, the meet the candidate series. It is intended to give candidate 20 for public office a platform and a voice. So voters know who is running for office, why they're running and what they hope to accomplish if they are so fortunate to be elected. So please feel free to share these interviews with your family and friends and citizens around this fine land because an educated and informed population is essential for a healthy democracy, and isn't that what we all really want, a healthy, democracy, enjoy the interviews, stay healthy. My name is Jimmy tingle, and I approve this message. Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the meet the candidate series. We have a very special guest today. Please welcome to the show. The current attorney general of Massachusetts now running for governor of the fine state of Massachusetts as a Democrat, the one the only attorney general Maura hilly. Hello morrow, welcome to the show. Hello, Jimmy. It's great to see you. Great to be with you. Great to see you as well. I know you've been working hard criss-crossing the state and was on your website looking at your background. You're one of 5 children, I think, from a single mother, did you ever think you would be running for governor of Massachusetts? And what got you into the political phrase, so to speak? What it got you into public service? Yeah, you know, it's a little bit about my background, Jimmy. My parents are from Newport up in the north shore. And I grew up by Hampton beach. I was raised just over the border in New Hampshire. I am the oldest of 5. My parents divorced when I was about ten, and my mom then raised us. And you know, she went back to work as a school nurse. She was a nurse before that. And she worked incredibly hard to keep things together. All of us kids worked, I started out probably the apple Orchard working when I was about ten and camp counselor and a variety of jobs. I wait just my way through high school college and law school, including for many years at the Hampton beach casino ballroom, where probably performed. Learned a lot about life there, probably more than I learned at Harvard. And I knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I after college, I had a brief career. I played professional basketball for a couple of years in Europe. And I came back and went to law school at northeastern and began a legal career. I think I was drawn towards service though from my legal experience and that led me to run the civil rights division for the attorney general's office years later. It's what led me to run to be the people's lawyer because when you're in these jobs, when you're in public interest work, when you're in public service, you do have an ability to help people. And that's been incredibly satisfying. I've been privileged to be attorney general for the last 7 years, built a great team of 500 really hardworking men and women who are trying to deliver for people around the state day in and day out. And I'm running for governor because I believe that these are really challenging times. There are a lot of challenges. We face up there. But they're also opportunities, Jimmy. And we can be and do so much more here in this great state. In a time when our nation needs it, we need leadership, and we need leadership from the states, and there's no better state to lead from or lead by example from the Massachusetts. Right. Well, tell me, I know you're following Charlie baker and he had a big approval rating among Democrats and I think more among Democrats than Republicans in our state. First of all, how do you think he did and what would you like to do differently? Well, governor baker and I have had from day one a great working relationship. And we've worked on a number of issues, probably most intensively, the opioid crisis. I mean, we were right together fighting manufacturers and distributors trying to get relief for families across the state. And he made that a top priority. I made that a top priority. We worked together. It shows what's possible when people are willing to work together. And I think that's what we've modeled for the state. I'm a Democrat. He's a Republican. We work extremely well together. I think about his leadership. I really appreciate that he was somebody and is somebody who really wants to study the issue and I know COVID was incredibly difficult and challenging in terms of some of the decisions he had to make. But I know that every day he was bringing a commitment to try to help as many people possible and see our way through that. I think as we look ahead, there are real challenges for the next governor. We've got inflation. We've got high cost of living in our state right now. People are priced out of housing, whether it's rents or mortgage payments. Some people can't even afford to downsize because they can't afford to buy another home. Transportation. I mean, you know, we've got a T, it's outrageous. It's on fire. It's derailing every other day every other week, something's happening. That's got to be fixed because we can't have a functioning economy without a functioning public transit system. We've got to invest in workforce development and job training, invest in child care. There's so much we need to do. But for me, Jimmy, I come back to how great this state is. We've got the greatest collection of human capital intellectual capital research innovation, know how. We have a history of going first, whether it was on universal healthcare or marriage equality, we've got to really draw upon that and I mentioned those basketball players. I was a point guard. And point guards, they like to have the ball in their hands, but the real job of the point guard is to get people working together. And get every teammate, you know, playing well with one another. And the greatest statistic for a point guard is not how many points you score. Actually, the assists, right? And so I think about that in governance. It's how I've tried to lead his attorney general and it's how I would lead as governor. I don't want to brag marvel, but I play point God as well. Cambridge. Cambridge Latin 1973, suburban league co champs. That is something to brag about. That's some serious serious ball. Oh yeah, it was division one high school. But anyway, you're right. It's about assist. It's about team play and Bill Russell just passed. Great team player. Great team player. That's what he's known for his rebalances, team playing, and that's what we hope to get from any of our elected officials. A person who can work across the aisle and a person that can share the spotlight with their, you know, their team as well. And I know we're going to be getting a lot of money from the infrastructure Bill. I know there's going to be hopefully more money in the conference here in Massachusetts. So what would you ever agenda be to bring Massachusetts up a few notches? Well, the first thing we've got to do is provide some relief to people. I want to see the legislature act now and pass some tax related. People need money back in their pockets because gas, groceries, you name it. It's all too high right now. Number two, we need to make the investments using the money that you speak of. We need to invest in housing. What am I talking about? Building new housing. You know, the way through this housing crisis and crunch is to create more housing, not just at the lowest income level, but for the middle class as well. We just don't have enough housing. And I wear a Jimmy about Massachusetts losing its competitive advantage. I don't want to see companies leave Massachusetts. I don't want to see people leave Massachusetts, but a reason they might is because our housing costs are too high. So that's the first thing. Let's
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Health dot com. How you doing dr schwartz. I've missed having you on the show. I'm doing very well bernadette. Yeah good good good. I'm good. I want luneta though. I can't find it anywhere. Such an amazing product and i. I'm not saying that this is not a paid for thing. I just really like dr schwartz. And he's really smart like having on the show you've been a we've known each other. How many years now like five or six years. It's been a while it might even be seven time flies on you know how it is. I know it is. And i have been having a lot of fun by the way and i hope you have to. Every time you're on the radio. I do i do i love i love doing radio and i and i and i love having juniors aside cake and you know. He's he does a great job a on a lot of levels it's nice to be with a pro and so Having said that and you're a pro to when it comes to health as a medical doctor As a recognized physician researcher and inventor and entrepreneur. As i said but today we're talking about we call it kind of covert corner. What is the first or number one thing that you should do. Who should you call if you get a positive cova test okay. Well the exciting news is it's actually changed in the last eight weeks. There's been some new technology new products that are available are there. Fda approved and they really work. They do wonders So the first thing that you should do find out where the nearest infusion center is for monoclonal. Antibodies okay. Let's talk about him. I've never heard of much mcconnell. Antibodies they are antibodies against the cobra virus Mono means one it's a it's a antibody that's targeted directly to the virus itself and that means it's clone replicated so you get a lot of antibody it's basically an infusion. It's a one time deal.
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Leashed on walks. Why is this so important in cold weather. it's simply because if your pet is not on a leash there they can get away and more pets become winter than any other season because they can get really disoriented. If you're in an area that has so if you're in an area that is just so cold and they get so cold in there dashing for shelter That can either with the snow or rain can help cover recognizable sense. That would normally help them find their way home. So make sure your pets have up-to-date contact information on your pets tags on their caller on their hardest and make sure that they are microchips in all of that so important altogether. I've even got the new apple thing on my clinic. A cut my charlie and look. I don't trust him. They're wild man you know they get in the front and there was one in the front yard yesterday And i was like. Oh my gosh. I had to go to break. I was like well. How did he get out there. You know but i. I get so wigged out about it that i thought you know what. What's an can't hurt to have more devices right And so. I got a couple of the apple. Ones for Charlie and love and it's really cool because it's right there on my phone you know and then there's the fi- collars that's another one. So i have five callers for them as well. But i really wigged out about the about the possibility of not getting animal back if it was god forbid ever get out i get it. Yeah yeah okay on this list. Number two is grab a coat. What kind of coat works. Best and what types of dogs need them and and what about cats maura sure. Yeah it would not all dogs need a code of the winter and cats generally may not wear them but They do the flat thing where they just kind of flat on the floor like i have no legs. I my body. that's weird. I have no electricity And it's funny but it's kind of not because that's make that means they're probably really sad and stressed out but for dogs Smaller breathe short haired breeds. They could all of those little guys. Like i've mentioned earlier. Chihuahua was They can all benefit from that extra layer of warmth So i mean. But they're they're small dogs that have really fluffy coats think of like pomeranians. Henry mix if they have a big fluffy coat they may not need coq even five but some of those itty bitty guys that are short haired smaller breeds. They might need a coat even in a house with heat on a Have you ever had a pomeranian more. But i know someone who has to my gosh my first dog. My first dog on my own was a pomeranian. It was her. I need to. I named her. Mafi oh my gosh. And mufti was headed for eighteen years and marines are. They're so cute and they have to be because they can be so annoying with their parking. That's why they're so cute right. They're super okay. So on this list number three is clear. The snow and ice. Why do we need to do this. I i say that we it's important to do that for yourself..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Bernadette with junior in the mix. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk junior tgif. It is fabulous friday. The weekend is here. Oh my gosh yeah. I probably going to chill this weekend. That's what i'm thinking. okay. I'm going to be way up there. I'm going to be north at the western. A price foundation count. Their annual conference is in allen texas this weekend from the fifth through the seventh at the delta hotel by marriott and so yeah that's not that far from where you are y- in allan. Yeah i'll be in lewisville so far. It's like if you just hit one twenty-one you you'd be there like twenty five minutes. Yeah i'll be on sunday. I'm actually playing in between During commercials of the cowboys game Starting at so it's nice nice. All right yeah. Because i love fire on the east side. Yeah you know. i'm a eastside girl. You'll definitely be well you know. We love our fridays and we love. Supporting animals are animals and animal organizations. All over the world that goes for the spca of texas with more davies. She is first up today at the half. We have dr steven schwartz. We're gonna be talking about cova cova kelvin. So sick of it but oh my gosh. We're going to be talking about it but more always great to have you on the show more davies vice president for marketing and communications at the spca of texas. That's the society for the prevention of cruelty. The animals they're out there doing incredible work in our community to help. Animals have the best life as well so more. Tgif tgif and oh my gosh. i'm so cold. I know me too me too. I broke out my like my my heavy duty turtleneck my black turtleneck winter sweater last night and i slept in it. It was great. I had i bust out the heating pads and before i do it. My cat opel was like pushing me off of it like. Hey this is my my gosh. That's so funny. I've got you know the my little my new little kitten flower. She cuddles up like a bug in a rug on my neck and that wherever i flip it's like having it and she is a baby kitten but i don't know how to explain it to anybody out there that doesn't you know a lot of people say oh i don't like cats. Let me tell you something. Cats are so incredibly sweet and smart and my little flower is just a little angel. And i'm so glad that i have her. I really am..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Yeah so yeah that would scare me too but other ways to tell from a profile because i knew i know friends that have dealt with us. Where they they they end up. There's a lot of married men on this online dating and women around if somebody's married or not alissa walser one if they don't read anything in their bio could definitely be a clue But people actually now. Even i mean a lot of men will say I'm married but we have an open marriage which a lot of women no not to really believe anymore one point that was like a trend and people are like. Oh you know. His wife knows that he's you know dating but obviously if you're looking to be in a relationship you don't wanna do that anyway But yeah it's hard. I mean some people actually stayed in their profile. If if they are really you know just putting it out there but Oftentimes you don't know until you go out with them. And i've had that happen to didn't happen to me personally but i've had that happen to clients and friends where in fact i had one client who was dating someone for several months and then he told her that he was actually had been living with a woman for years So yeah it was. It was definitely a blow So and again like she was somebody who's really interested in and she was really shocked. So i think you know you just have to be really You know just be aware you know. I don't think that happens so frequently. But i think get something to be aware of. Your book is so good. I'm sitting here looking through. It is you're talking and you talk about sexism. Sexism natural this peep. Women need men and women. This is a good book for men to it is. It's just a good book and it's full of incredible advice like sexism natural exciting part of dating after divorce. And you go on to talk about losing your posted divorce virginity..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Give me a call when you're done with dinner or whenever you feel inclined i was like oh my god. How but that doesn't happen very often. And you know what's crazy know. I was so afraid to date. At that point that i dated him and then i broke up with them. Because i got kind of nervous. I just got kinda nervous about being in a committed relationship. And i think a lot of women that are newly divorced. Feel that way right. Because you don't have your show you just don't have your mojo yet. Yes yeah no. It sometimes takes a little while to get that back. Yeah no it does. And i had completely forgotten how to dress you know even though i always loved fashion. I'm like you but as a professional stylist you dress people for a living. So why did you have a hard time. Defining your own style when you started online dating. Well yeah so basically. When i became single again. I've been an an unhappy marriage. I was just unhappy. You know in general. And i think when you are in a happy place you you kind of lose yourself in so many ways and one of those was you know to use the word mojo. I kind of lost my own. Fashion mo jo. I was doing it so much for everybody. Like all my clients and on shoots and everything. And i kind of just lost my interest in doing it for myself so when i became single again i really just was like i have to. I have to just embrace this and really figure out what who i wanted to present to the world again. You know enjoyed being a single woman not just a mom and a wife and you know being a single woman again and lo. I really kind of You know. I did a major as you read the book. I did a major purge in my closet and kind of really just got rid of the old brought in the new and just really wanted to start..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"To have you with us today. Elissa welcome to one life. Radio thank you. thanks for having me. No i really love your book. And i have to say you know for people out there thinking. Well i'm not in the dating world okay. i'm married. I've been married for years. I encourage you to get this book even because thank you no. i'm serious. There is a lot of information in there about how to be your best self period. How to dress and excellent excellent styling advice. I might add. And i'm a big fan of of isabella around as well. So i'm i'm the rock and roll girl great. I love this know in their in their you talk about so many different styles and i have a couple other different ones too but but i think the thing i love the most. Is you give such first of all. It's it's incredibly well written and very candid and and great advice. Just really great advice whether you're married or you're dating in fact. I'm getting one for each of my daughters. Yeah but elicit in the introduction of your upcoming book the art of online dating. You say that you were very good at creating an engaging online profile profile. So are you measuring by the number of contacts that you received or the type of guys who responded well. Okay so i just want to say. I wasn't good at it at first Yeah you know. I really had to. There's a learning curve. But what i had advantage was coming from an art directing and photography and styling background. So i did. No you know what made up a good picture what to wear and my photos that kind of thing. So the photos. I i kinda got a grasp on pretty soon. But you know it still took me a while to figure out what to write on my bioch- and had a message with people. And so you know there was a learning curve there but as far as like how i gauge you know how successful your profile is..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Yeah i would i would. I would probably go with hd. I want the smartest person you know. Truly understands the animal because they are complex and there are different species in and like i said all the trauma that so many of these animals that get placed into homes have to deal with and then and also all the organizations that rescue them. I mean i people. A lot of people don't understand how hard people behind the scenes like you guys at the spca how hard you work to put these these pets that have been abandoned or found down the street into good. Loving homes are staff and volunteers worked very hard and we actually do have various levels of these behaviors on staff so at various times. We've had any of these categories and the very the last one is the most amount of education you can get it actually a veterinary behaviors as someone who is also a veterinarian. They have. they're not only of a veterinarian. But then they have specialized education in animal behavior and have a certification through the american college of veterinary behaviorist so it super high level and that diplomat category Veterinarians have to complete a residency and behavior and pass the qualifying exam. This is major major experience here in in that category. And then i think my veterinarian dr jimmy norris have been using them for twenty five years. He knows he's been doing it for a long time. He understands animal so well and he's got such a gentle soul such an amazing veterinarian. I think that sometimes even your veterinarian if he's got a long if he's got a long history of experience can help as well.
"maura" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy
"But if you're wise sending out to visit more focused maura gazed on things around you if if somebody wanted to look more into this one version of this that has talked about a lot is mindfulness. You know just being more mindful as being more presidents being more in the moment in less in ten different places at once. The a great is for amazing. A positively the more we can view our life with a level positively the better off we are and the last one is t- for tenacity. Persistent people who have accomplished great things in their lives generally almost always doing it. It's it's the result of a tremendous amount of persistence and perseverance. Even for the people who did a tiny little thing in the beginning this massive success. It's usually because they spent a number of years doing grunt work in a related field that they were able to go ahead and take that information apply to something else and boom there you know something took off so there's the five keesa greatness because there's so many things that make a really good life. I mean gratitude but gratitude you can look at either as being part of positivity or as being part of giving or you know there's a few different places where you can put it depending on what type of gratitude. You're doing happiness really. This whole thing will help exude happiness and happiness is not really a state that we can just be in more of a. It's more of a state that we can work towards by by focusing on the things that are important to us charity right. Charity is really important. Helps the world move and it helps in stone in different ways. Well yeah that can fall into this larger category giving so went through a number a number of ideas of what things should. I include them and should i not basically if they're not in one of the five keys it's because i felt like they were a subsidiary category of one of the five keys. My daughter was a year early. Four sleep wake him right sleep with camp you have to be a certain age and so she was the year before that and the camp that my mother-in-law has been working out for many many years had a position open for a cab driver and it happens to be that like the way that the timing worked out i basically had enough availability to say yes to that by going with the whole family to the camp i was able to give my daughter an opportunity to sleep wake camp at the camp. Her grandmother cooks in. You never know how life turns out year that you think you can make it happen that your daughter can go to asleep cam. You never know the next year. Maybe her grandma is not gonna wanna work anymore because she's been working there for so many years and she's ready to be done. Maybe this maybe that i mean there's so many different things that can happen that that would prevent her from being a camp with her with her grandmother so when we had that opportunity Jump we gotta get over that that moment to be to be a camper grandmother so we ended up going in the driver for the camp. Which meant that. I was behind the wheel of a van just tons and tons of driving and it was during those miles that i was racking up in the car that i thought about this concept. You know i didn't even have a name for it. What was it going to be just need to come up with like some type of framework like synthesize what. I'm trying to tell people and put it into something. That's really easily digestible and i came up with five piece. Greatness came up to mnemonic. Just remember the word great. It's just a hint for what each letter stands for and boom you have the five keys greatness and you can just you know you walk taking a walk in the woods. Well let me look my lifeline. Right now how am i doing with my level of giving. How am i doing with my student purpose. In life my reason how doing with my engagement. How am i doing with my positively by amazingness and how my tenacity. I might the amazing in that you talk about your positive thoughts like always try to put a positive spin on whatever happens to you. I taught high school. And i used to tell some of my students to change the scripts in their head that they were always negative that they felt like the other teachers were always against them. They were never going to learn algebra. They were never going to graduate. They were never going to do this. Never gonna do that. And i would say. Change the scripts and they would look at me like what are you talking about changed the movie. That's playing in your head and of at the aim the negative one. Think about it in a positive way. Watch yourself. ac net algebra tests. Watch yourself going across the graduation stage. See yourself going off to trade school or college or to this fabulous job after you graduate and hold those thoughts in your head not the negative ones. So i was really impressed when i read your book and and basically saying the same thing. It's all the way you look at. Whatever life hands you. The world is kind of mirror in the sense that what we see is often what we experience if we as you said. Change the scripts than we can change what we see in. I've seen this multiple times. I mean the example. That i've given is cycling. I have a point of view cycling. That yeah i mean. Of course it's dangerous. But you know basically like i don't view the drivers as the enemy. If that makes sense you know like we're all on the road together like we should just be all together. No problem. I have no stories of any altercations drivers ever couple times somebody honked. My wasn't expecting it. Which by the way if you are a driver and you're near a cyclist it's much louder than you. A honk from cars. much louder. That you than you would think but you know sweatshirt once or twice a had. Somebody hongkou may sometimes. Just tell me that they're behind me. That's it nothing more than that. And yet i know people who ride bikes. Who have stuff happened. Like were there like truck almost ran me over. You know 'cause they're they're seeing. The cars is like enemies in. There's not the cars of the people in cars are seeing. They have this world view that the cars are out to get them. Basically everything is constantly a fight in this in that whatever and they've got tons of stories of these things happening and i always question. Are these things happening because these things happen are this is happening because of of their like meaning like do they have like a slight attitude in the way that they're on their bike in the way that they're near cars knowing that they're reacting they're acting meeting their worldview. The car that people in cars are kinda like the enemy is that causing to some degree. What they're experiencing as opposed somebody like me. Who's like whatever you know. We have the road. We're all good. And then like someone gets upset. And i blow it off and so like i don't really have any stories because i'm just like you reno. We should just be on the road. We should make it work etc. So it's it's always been something that i've always been wondering but to a large degree what we decide to see in the world. The story that we tell ourselves about a particular situation is generally speaking. What is what we're going to see. I have another example recently. Someday i know started up with.
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"A pleasure autumn. How you doing tgif. I know i always have a hard time remembering what day it is around here. Pillow show or oh my gosh. I can only imagine with the four little four. All four of them are what ten and under. I'm trying to remember the trying to you've got you've got The oldest is what ten or eleven. Oh gosh ten. Two and four months and four months. Wow that's a handful but you know you're always. You're always so grateful in spite of any adversity. That i've ever see you see new faces your friend and today. Our topic is the science of gratitude. So you know we just spoke with. Maura davis about the recent devastation. Left by hurricane ida so many families are suffering. Is it possible. Is it possible to stay in gratitude through such tragedy. Well of course it is possible. I don't wanna. I don't want to Lessen the burden is it. That people must be feeling of course but it is possible throughout any tragedy to look around you and find the good in life you know a lot of times It's so much easier to get bogged down by bad stuff but generally there's a there's a pretty even balance in life when you Concentrate on it. No absolutely and i know. I believe this and i know you do that. Gratitude equals attitude right when you have a state of mine of being great great you know gracious and having gratitude for the things that you do have in your life. You're a much happier person. So how can being in a state of gratitude help in negative situations autumn such. Yes hurricane ida. Well i was just going to say when you said you know an attitude of gratitude..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Radio. This is bernadette with junior in the mix and dr ellison hall. We are continuing our conversation of why we should monitor our blood sugar. Doctor ellison hall is a doctor of osteopathic medicine and is a practicing do board-certified adult internist and pediatrician Okay so where. Where should i go doctor hall so many questions. I want to ask you if Third checks in the glucose. You seemed excited about the stress response. So another really important Things evaluate is sleep. And you know when we do not get enough sleep then. Next morning there's definitely a significant increase in glucose and there's so many hormonal contributions that contribute to this Cortisol something called. Glenn hooper gone like peptide so for most of us. You know working so hard we think. Oh this is great. I'm going to muscle through and get my five hours of sleep and be better for no. No no no no. We need to look at five hours of sleep like eating a box of doughnuts. Am i going to see that. Yes when you're signing that glucose response in the morning when you've only five hours you like Days are really gotta get more sleep. So that's another area. Okay so i have to ask Typically i don't do this. But what are the best companies making these devices especially the continuous glucose monitoring. Because i'm not one that wants to prick my finger five or six times a day. I know so. I will tell me we've participants who to her finger and it can be done and you do get used to it because sometimes these devices can be cost prohibitive for some people so please know that a finger stick is definitely good option if you want to invest in the continuous glucose monitor Light now freestyle and decks com are the two companies Really producing these devices now. Levels health is a software company. And i entered research with them and they do have some intelligent software company so freestyle Libra continuous coast monitor. My you can use the devices out there. Software at the same time also does make it slightly more affordable well. How does the low carbohydrate kita genyk. Nutritional program.
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"I should say well. It is right for him But yeah animals they add so much enrichment to our lives at least in this house they do and junior or you know what about you you want to chime in here does not know any words..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"That is pretty big stuff. My gosh and i just love my dogs. Oh my gosh. I one time wanted to have a puppy of the month club. It's a little ridiculous. Oh twelve puppies in one year. That would be a little much. But oh i just know puppies it could. It could be there. You go there you go well. Maybe maybe it wasn't such a bad idea after all went to study. What were the findings of the study. Maura yes we'll be Kind of going set test by test or task by task task. I can't talk First tooth half were really trying to get to the crux of whether the puppies could understand human jesters so when researchers were out of view of the peppy they put a treat underwent upside down cup. Now that doesn't leave a room for the puppy to possibly snow the tree so there's not much when the puppy came in and the researcher revealed the cups And they they just showed the cups not which they didn't tell the puppy they didn't like lift up the cups. Okay the treats there now. Cdc they pointed at the cup either hiding food or the second version shut. The puppy is small yellow cube that was placed in front of the cup that had the trees so in both of those tasks puppies went to the correct cup. An average of sixty seven percent of the time way better than about the fifty percent accuracy The scientists were expecting to see And so again. They wanted to make sure that the the little puppies we're not just smelling the treats and going. Oh well obviously or the was the yellow. Did you say the yellow cube was outside the cops. Well kind of cheating. Isn't it because the visual writing or my arm. I not thinking about this clearly. No i mean..
"maura" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"On iheartmedia as well as ame et in southern california on abc. News talk it is fergus. Friday happy for bulos. Friday junior to you. I'm good i'm good i'm I'm preparing for a speech. I've been preparing for a couple of days. I'm going to be speaking in austin tomorrow With texans for vaccine choice. I did it again. Ika our did it the first time a couple of years ago and so i'll be flying to austin in the morning and yeah so Little nervous you know. it's different live than you know. Speaking to a crowd than it is On radio but you know. I feel committed to Truth justice for all agree with you on that. But you know like i said this yesterday. You know you. You know what you're doing and if you're prepared that'll take your anxiety away and i feel like once you get up there and just i it's going to be. It's those healthy nerves. You know that we talked about it up there. I think it's just gonna all go away. Everything's going to flow out smoothly for. I'm just going to pretend. I'm i'm tom brady. We've got the the same branko heard that has holy as well. I'll be thinking of you when i'm up there on the stage and And marie and everybody that you've been a part of the lake radio team but thank you so much and we've got a fantastic show today. We have dr ellison hall at the half. We're gonna be talking about why we should monitor our blood sugar I'm really anxious to know more about it. I don't know a lot about it. And so We're all gonna learn together but first up we have more a davies for our fabulous friday brought to you by casteran pollock's It is america's number one organic pet food with the most scott. Comprehensive portfolio of purposeful food using sustainably sourced ingredients such as wild caught salmon and grasp add beef. They are our official sponsor a fabulous fridays. And we're always thankful for their help to help us get the message out with more davies..
Arrested Belarusian Journalist Appears in 'Confession' Video
"Story in the news in Belarus is the video confession by Roman protest save each. He's being well treated by the police who just arrested him. And he says he's probably guilty of everything. The government says he's guilty off. In fact, he's being beaten up, say his friends and family on the video was filmed under duress. Roman is a young dissident journalist and Belarus basically captured him by diverting a plane, which was flying over its territory Que fury from the European Union. At the arrest of this opposition journalist you leader slapped new economic sanctions on Belarus punitive measures against its national airline on say that billions of euros of economic aid will be suspended. Is that enough and what more should be done? And of course, what's gonna happen to Roman process. Savage and his Russian girlfriend, Dominic Dashinski, is a member of the European Parliament from Poland for the ruling in Poland Law and Justice Party joins us now from Warsaw. Dominic. Thanks for coming on the show. Quite strong. Already. That kind of suspension of flights from Belarus. Do you think that that's enough? What Maura, would you like to see done? It is not enough. Obviously, it is not enough. It's unprecedented act off terrorism. What we just witnessing, and typical sanctions are not enough. First of all, we have to answer the question why Lukashenko was so brave to commit this kind of act again Act off terrorism. Well, I would say that he was encouraged. By Mr Putin. Everyone knows that he is just a satellite. I mean, Mr Lukashenko is just a satellite off Kremlin, so he had to have approval from Kremlin to do such a thing.
US Ends Use of 2 Immigration Jails Accused of Mistreatment
"Jo Bonnin has terminated the Department of Homeland Security's ice contract with the Bristol County Sheriff's Office. They're ordering ice to stop using a detention center in North Dartmouth, saying it is no longer needed. It comes after a federal probe into alleged mistreatment of immigrant detainees. The stem from an original investigation, and ABI Attorney General Maura Healey. Massachusetts congressional delegation of plotted the decision in a joint statement saying the closure was a victory for detainees and their families. The
Mexico City Metro Overpass Collapse Kills 23
"Onto a busy boulevard in Mexico City. We get more from this morning's Mike Gavin. Rescue efforts were pause shortly after the incident last night because of the risk that Maura of the metro overpass and additional train cars could fall onto the road. Television videos showed at least two train carriages. Hanging from the damaged overpass as emergency personnel initially used ladders to access the train cars. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said it appeared a girder had given way on the overpass, but the cause was being investigated. The Metro 12 line that runs over the collapsed overpass was built almost a decade ago, Gordon Thank you, Mike. Like many of the city's doesn't subway lines by the way line
Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta Area
"It is believed at least one tornado may have touched down in Atlanta earlier today. Dylan Lusk is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. We're getting reports like a Senate out of Western Atlanta. We've been mostly getting a lot of reports of trees that were down in the area. It is, at least as of this, you know, phone call. It's still pretty early, so we'll still be getting reports to the day of exactly what happened. But we we are pretty confident that there was a tornado that went through the western side of the Metro this morning. My looks like we may have had one Maura's well over in Douglas County. That was a week one. That's one of around the center of the county, just west of the Chapel Hill area storms much of Western Cab Fulton County in northwest Georgia
Daniel Kaluuya Wins Supporting Actor, His 1st Oscar
"The Academy Awards belong to Tyler Perry, and I'm going to play it for you in a second. But I also want you to know that one of the highlights of the entire show was Daniel Cholula, who early in the ceremony one for best supporting actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, and he thanked his mom who was in the audience, but it kind of embarrassed her at the same time celebrating. Let's celebrate life, Man, we're breathing. We're walking is incredible. Incredible. It's incredible. My mom and my dad, they had sex. It's amazing. Like I said, I'm here was they cut to his mom who had just look at her face like, what are you talking about? And it was great, And it's like Maura Ward shows with that guy, please, because he really cut through a lot of the preachiness That was on last night during the Academy Awards that
President Biden Officially Recognizes "Armenian Genocide"
"Today marks 160 years since a million and a half Armenians were killed in Turkey. President Biden formally declared the killings genocide the first U. S president to do so. Political analyst Larry Sabato says it could hurt relations with a key ally has gone all the way here and no doubt Turkey will be very unhappy. It's hard for people to blaze since this was a century or Maura, go But it is quite sensitive for both Turks
Poverty Soared to a Pandemic High Last Month
"Pandemic is pushing Maura Americans below the poverty line. We've reached a point where this has lasted long enough that researchers contract longer term impacts. Last month, the poverty rate in the US rose to more than 11%. That's the highest. That figure has been since the
Subaru Recalls Vehicles to Fix Engine, Suspension Problems
"Vehicles is forcing the recall of nearly 875,000 cars and SUVs. The automaker says the engines Consol on some 466,000 cross trick SUVs from 2018 and 2019 and impressive cars from 2017. Through 2019 and more than 400,020, 18 and 2019 cross tracks and 2019 foresters are being recalled because of a rear suspension issue. Where apart can fall off increasing the risk of a crash retail A recall notices will go out to owner soon You could read Maura w t o p dot com Search recalls its 11
Fauci Expects J
"Bivins, chief medical advisor says the government may have a plan for resuming the use of a third covert vaccine this week, Dr Anthony Fauci said on CBS's face the Nation. The CDC advisory committee could restart the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at its meeting Friday, with some form of restriction or some form of warning. It was paused after six women developed blood clots, post inoculation. After Fauci says a similar effect was seen with the AstraZeneca vaccine in Europe. But in men and women, he says By Friday, he hopes there will be more known on whether the J and J reactions have been in Maura than just the six women
US Setting up $1.7B National Network to Track Virus Variants
"Andy Slavitt says. Even as the administration ramps up vaccination efforts, more dangerous variants are growing You says a $1.7 billion network using funds from the president's virus relief packages aimed at getting ahead of The variance. This funding will enable CDC and states to doom or genomic sequencing. The announcement comes as CDC chief or shovel, Lansky says the nation's seeing Maura virus cases nearly 70,000 new cases per day up from 53,004 weeks ago, she says hospitalizations and deaths are also up. Partly because of Aryan sand, partly because of relaxed restrictions on gatherings. SOCCER Megane Washington A member of the far right Oath Keepers group has agreed to plead guilty
US setting up $1.7B national network to track virus variants
"Administration says it's creating a national network to track Corona virus variants that could trigger another pandemic wave virus Response, advisor Andy Slavitt says Even as the administration ramps up vaccination efforts, more dangerous variants are growing, he says a $1.7 billion network using funds from the president's virus relief packages aimed Getting ahead of the variance. Its funding will enable CDC and states to do more genomic sequencing. The announcement comes as CDC chief or shovel, Lansky says the nation seeing Maura virus cases nearly 70,000 new cases per day up from 53,004 weeks ago, she says hospitalizations and deaths are also up. Partly because of variance and partly because of relaxed restrictions on gatherings.
You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated
"From our health, he is, of course, the director of infectious diseases, Dr Joe Jeff, a good weekend. Sure did. Brandon. Good morning. Thanks for having me but, well, it's good to have you with us. Hey, I I know you're you're all serious, And you don't usually like to play games. But I thought you'd like this one covert factor fiction. We'll get started with, And I want to know this because I've read some crazy stories over the weekend. Can you still contract Cove? It? After being fully vaccinated. Yes, you can. And let's dissect that a little bit because people need to understand that Remember, no vaccine is 100% effective. When you look at the clinical trials for fire during Madonna, they were 94 95% effective against preventing symptomatic of a 19. What That means is one out of 20. People in those studies who received the vaccine still contracted covert 19. Now starting to see that being reported the news. Both Washington State and Michigan are reporting that from their health department last week, the state of Michigan released data showing 246 people who were fully vaccinated by report. Contracted covert 19 and even three died. But you have to take that into context in the state of Michigan over 1.8 million people are fully vaccinated with Maura, who have even started their vaccinations. So again. These vaccines are wonderful, but There are still going to be people who get fully vaccinated. The vaccine doesn't work for many reasons, and they die. Usually, you know the people who vaccines don't really work in our very elderly. And people on certain types of medications, which weaken their immune systems like transplant patients. So again, these vaccines are very safe and effective. But there will be people where the vaccine don't work for obvious reasons. When doctors so
"maura" Discussed on The Investigation Guru
"Twelve near woodville new hampshire. There are many mysterious events surrounding her disappearance and her current whereabouts remained unknown. So without further. Ado i present to you. The case of more murray mars early life more was born on may fourth nineteen eighty two in hanson massachusetts. The fourth child of fred and laurie. She had two brothers an older brother. Fred and a younger brother. Kurt and two sisters kathleen and julie. Both older parents divorced when she was six and moved in with her mother. After her parents split she graduated from whitman. Hanson regional high school where. She was a star athlete on the school. Track team an excellent student. She scored a fourteen twenty on her. Sat and was accepted a west point which the united states military academy where she studied chemical engineering for three semesters she was released from west point on an honor violation for stealing five dollars worth of makeup after her dismissal from west point she transferred to the university of massachusetts amherst to study events prior to her disappearance in november of two thousand three free months before her disappearance maura admitted to using stolen credit card to order food from several restaurants. Discharge was dismissed after three months of good behavior on saturday february seventh two thousand and four two days before her disappearance morris. Father fred awry. Am i to take more a car. Shopping and later went to dinner with mara and whatever friends when they were done with dinner more dropped her father office motel room and borrowed his toyota corolla to return to campus to attend dorm party. She arrived at the party at ten thirty. Pm and left at two thirty the following morning at three thirty that morning one day before she disappeared she struck a guardrail on route. Nine in hadley causing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of damage to her father's car. No field sobriety test was conducted so she went to that party and probably got drunk and started driving. Her dad's car ran into a guardrail. One day before she disappeared and cost ten thousand dollars worth of damage to his core. The cops didn't feel the need to do any kind of sobriety test interesting. The police more back to her father's hotel room or she stayed until the following morning at four forty nine. Am it was the cell phone call to her boyfriend from her father's phone. Who was on that call in the nature of the conversation to this day remain unknown later that morning sunday february eight th two thousand and four again one day before she disappeared fred. Her father rented a car and drove more back to the university and left to go back to connecticut preparations in departure on monday february ninth the day before she disappeared. Morris search mapquest to get directions to the berkshires and to burlington vermont. If you're not familiar with quest it was a precursor to google maps. Way back in the very very early days of the internet more emailed her boyfriend army. Lieutenant william rouch that day at approximately one pm saying quote. I love you more stood. I got your messages. But honestly i don't feel like talking too much of anyone. I promised to call today though. Love you mora and cook. She also called about renting a condo at the same bartlett new hampshire condo that her family had used many times in the past show that that call lasted three minutes however she did not end up renting that condo. She's in called a fellow nursing student yet. The nature of that conversation is also unknown at one twenty four. Pm the day she disappeared. She emailed her nursing professors at umass amherst and a work supervisor at a local art gallery on february ninth saying that she was taking a week off from her classes due to a death in the family and then she would contact they when she returned oliver. According to her family there had been no death then called the number which provided record information about booking hotels in stover mont. This call lasted approximately five minutes. She then called her boyfriend again at two eighteen pm and left him voicemails saying that they would talk later. This call lasted approximately one minute around three thirty pm. The day she disappeared. She left the campus in her. Black nineteen ninety-six saturn sedan. At three forty pm. She withdrew two hundred and eighty dollars from her account. Footage from the atm machine showed that she was alone. She then went to a local liquor store and purchased about forty dollars worth of alcohol including bailey's irish cream. Colusa vodka in a box of francia wine security footage from the liquor store shows that she was alone. Murray hurst between four and five pm presumably via interstate ninety one north. She called checker voicemail at four thirty seven pm and this was the last recorded use of her cellphone today. There is no indication that she informed anyone of her decision or any evidence that she had even chosen one. Mars disappearance seven twenty seven pm. Faith westman a local woman. Woods ville new hampshire reported a loud thump on a corner of route. One twelve adjacent to her home was she looked out the window. She could see a car up against the snowbank route one twelve pointing east according to the nine one one call. The woman reported seeing a man smoking a cigarette inside a morris vehicle alvin. She later stated that she had not seen a man nor a person smoking a cigarette but rather had seen what appeared to be a red light glowing from inside the car possibly from a cellphone around this time. Another neighbor saw the car. Will someone walking around the vehicle. She also witnessed a school bus. Pull up side the car. The school was driver but atwood stopped at the scene. What he has more. If she needed help he noted that she was not bleeding or visibly injured but was cold and shivering more declined his help claiming to have already called roadside assistance. Oliver aaa has no record of this call. When the bus drive got home he decided to go ahead and call police anyway and reported the accident at seven forty three. Pm police arrived at the scene of the accident at seven forty six pm when they looked around the noticed that mara was nowhere to be found. The card impact impacted the tree on the driver's side of the vehicle severely damaging the left headlight. And putting the car's radiator into the fan rendering it inoperable the windshield was cracked on the driver's side and both airbags had deployed. The vehicle was locked inside and outside the car. Police discovered red stains. That looked to be red wine inside the car. The officer found an empty beer bottle in the damage box of francia wine that she had purchased before she left. Amherst police also fan clothing. Toiletries college textbooks and birth control pills. Police traced the vehicle tomorrow and not finding any evidence of foul play initially treated her as a missing person believing that she may have disappeared voluntarily. Mars debit card credit cards and cell phone. Were all missing and to this day have not been located or used since the time of her disappearance. Her dorm room was later. searched campus. Police discovered that most of her belongings were packed in boxes. Now it is not clear whether more a pack than the day that she left or disappeared but police later asserted that she had packed sometime between sunday evening and monday morning. On top of the boxes was printed. Email tomorrow boyfriend indicating trouble in their relationship initial investigation. At twelve thirty six. The following day they bury tenth a be on the lookout report for mara was issued. She was reported as wearing dark coat. Jeans in a black backpack morris. Father received a voicemail from police at three twenty pm stating that morris car had been found abandoned at five pm morris. Older sister called her father to tell him of the situation since he was working out of town and didn't receive the initial call from investigators. Bread murray arrived in haverhill before dawn on february eleventh. He the new hampshire department officiant.
The Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray
"Without further. Ado i present to you. The case of more murray mars early life more was born on may fourth nineteen eighty two in hanson massachusetts. The fourth child of fred and laurie. She had two brothers an older brother. Fred and a younger brother. Kurt and two sisters kathleen and julie. Both older parents divorced when she was six and moved in with her mother. After her parents split she graduated from whitman. Hanson regional high school where. She was a star athlete on the school. Track team an excellent student. She scored a fourteen twenty on her. Sat and was accepted a west point which the united states military academy where she studied chemical engineering for three semesters she was released from west point on an honor violation for stealing five dollars worth of makeup after her dismissal from west point she transferred to the university of massachusetts amherst to study events prior to her disappearance in november of two thousand three free months before her disappearance maura admitted to using stolen credit card to order food from several restaurants. Discharge was dismissed after three months of good behavior on saturday february seventh two thousand and four two days before her disappearance morris. Father fred awry. Am i to take more a car. Shopping and later went to dinner with mara and whatever friends when they were done with dinner more dropped her father office motel room and borrowed his toyota corolla to return to campus to attend dorm party. She arrived at the party at ten thirty. Pm and left at two thirty the following morning at three thirty that morning one day before she disappeared she struck a guardrail on route. Nine in hadley causing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of damage to her father's car. No field sobriety test was conducted so she went to that party and probably got drunk and started driving. Her dad's car ran into a guardrail. One day before she disappeared and cost ten thousand dollars worth of damage to his core. The cops didn't feel the need to do any kind of sobriety test interesting.
Beijing Overtakes New York City As City With Most Billionaires
"Its perch. The city with the most billionaires is now Beijing, Forbes says Beijing added 33 newly minted billionaires to its list of residents this year, edging out New York for that top billionaire Haven, New York was a top of the list for seven years in a row. It's billionaire list. It's billionaires rather still hold Maura. Cumulative wealth than those in Beijing. Next money update Coming up at 5 42 hot water. Okay away news radio. Thanks, Pap
Biden Expands Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults by April 19
"Talked about the and announced the deadline for adult eligibility for covert 19 vaccines nationwide was being moved up to April 19th. The president had Previously called for states and territories to make all adults eligible for shots by May, 1st. And, of course, as of yesterday, 36 states have already opened eligibility for vaccinations for People ages 16 and older. While 12 Maura and the District of Columbia are already set to do so, by April, 19th. In other words, most states were already thankfully on track to match the president's new April 19th deadline before he announced it. Doesn't take the smack away from
Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?
"Okay we are talking about whether or not allergies and is getting worse. So who talk to. Yes so. I called dr juanita maura. She's an allergist and immune allergist in chicago as an allergist. I get to tree people of all ages from little babies all the way to adults with environmental allergies. Asthma hives extra money. She absolutely loves her job. Especially because of that bit. She mentioned about working with generations babies. Adolescence parents grandparents all in the same family and she does a lot of education and outreach in the community to i want i want her to be my allergist brit i know right so mattie one of the things that wanted wanted to make really clear when i asked her about whether or not allergy season is getting longer is that we were specifically talking about seasonal allergies pollen exactly springtime which is tree pollen summertime which is grass pollen and ragweed which is fall. And then you have a mix of mold in the spring and fall to A mix brett. What a mix. Okay so what did you find out. This is an investigative report. And i want answers okay. I'm just gonna play the tape. It feels like allergy season is getting worse every year is that is that actually true is allergy season getting worse so definitely allergy seasons are getting longer spanning more days and we're also seeing higher numbers of pollen levels as well to
"maura" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"What can help you take advantage of. Today's low mortgage rates and save money rocket. Can you could save hundreds of dollars every month by refinancing with rocket mortgage at today's near historic low rates. If your current rate is over four percent you could lower your payment by over one hundred and fifty dollars a month saving thousands in interest every year. Call us today at eight. Three eight rocket or go to rocketmortgage dot com savings on number three thousand morning new york. This is the catch table. Catch him keys his sunday morning. What's going on in new york. Well we got a new train station. We have the lien train station and with us. This morning is mora morning. Then she is the daughter of a great senator. Daniel patrick moynihan good morning more. How are you this morning. And it's so to hear your voice and a happy new year to you and your family. Thank you so much and congratulations. We finally finished the the money. Hand train station. The anthony Grand opening more rise and I was In a state of disbelief. Because i pushed this project for so many years. It's been over thirty years. Since senator moynihan i proposed it and there was a lot of off and start and Now the city needs it so very badly and the farley building is such a beautiful space. That was just lay fallow for so many years. And i i wanna handed to skidmore owings and merrill and Skanska and the team at the empire state development corporation for delivering to the city such a beautiful glorious new public space. Are you proud of it. You feel good about the. Has your dad's name on it. Oh well of course you know. He didn't want his name on it he he said when he was alive. Oh i think we should keep all jim. Farley's because it was named. For postmaster general farley who served in the roosevelt administration and it will still always be made the partly post office but the conversion is moynihan train hall. There's this name and It just it was a product was very near and dear to his heart because in the great depression he and his younger brother. Michael used to shine shoes and some newspapers in the open station and data. We said penn station was the greatest thing in our city and everybody knew it and summoned at go. Knock it down. It was the greatest act of vandalism and the history of new york. Wouldn't you agree absolutely correct but tell us. A lot of people haven't been there yet. Tell us what looks different. Is you know what made yourself so proud to look at it. You know we can never replace the the beauty in the grand or of the old penn station. It would be impossible to do that. And so it's a smaller space than the original penn station but it was made by mcken in white. The great architectural firm that built the original penn station based on the baz of kurokawa and ancient rome and a lot of people don't know penn station was only operative for fifty three four years before they tore it down. It is shocking. And it's terrible loss. So the first thing i feel when i walk into moynahan train hall as it's called it's a sense of redemption for the crime of the destruction field penn station. And when i see that name i know it would mean so much to him because i don't think anyone love new york quite like he did and devoted his life to the betterment of the people of new york and when he served in the senate for twenty four years he never wanted to run for president despite numerous efforts to make him run because he's felt being senator from was the best job in the world. So you know people now have a chance to of him remember him. I'm going to work on a history project connected to the station. So people can remember senator moynihan because a lot of young people did not Live we're not alive when he was senator and he thinks she's the forgotten somewhat that makes me sad so this is a way to remember him remember him always I mean I remember the day when president clinton was inaugurated in. I was in your dad's -partment and on on the balcony and mets were father. Alison watch the parade. Remember that day very well we. We always used to give a inauguration day for viewing parade party from dad's home But i think that The state also back to just what this means for new york city Everybody knows that penn station. This is a catastrophe. It's it's it's just sheer luck that there haven't more accidents. There is a public safety hazards. It's frightening traumatizing to go in. And out of it and i felt so sorry for all the people had to commute through it and it is the most heavily trafficked transportation hub in all of north america gets over eight hundred thousand people moving through it every twenty four hours that's more than jfk laguardia and newark airports combined. And it's just as pit under a basketball court so this this is also been rectified. This crime of diminishing our public space diminishing train travel and public transportation and so forth and so the the money train hall is going to be much safer. It's going to be a pleasure to come in and out of new york as a professor vin scully. Famously said in the old days you entered new york like a roman emperor now you scuttled in like a rat in reference to the penn state. And now you're going to be able to glide in like an emperor again it's wonderful to finish. Oh a great many things you know. Full well john from your many years of service and public service just you know how hard it is to to build things anymore. and and There was a a lack of interest Some the the frankly the bloomberg administration was not interested and then there was chaos in albany for a long time and Then it got back on track in the paterson administration takes to dick ravitch. Who was lieutenant governor. And it was the cuomo administration that brought it over the finish line. And i also want to give a great deal of credit to senator chuck schumer for saving the federal funds. I went down to wash it too many times and asked the new york senators and and all the other senators movie if structure committee To not not let the funds dad works so hard to raise disappear because as you know what they say about federal funds use them or leaving heard that very often when morning. He and congratulations again as a pleasure talking to you and i look forward to stop him by Station in senior dad's name on it and and seeing how beautiful it is soon. We'll be able to say. Let's meet for a drink moynahan. 'cause none of the last time anyone let's meet drinking penn station have never never a long time. Well thank you so much from you. We'll talk to you again wilson. Oh it's my pleasure. John thank you so much..