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Stocks slip as markets await Trump's Hong Kong response
"Hong Kong security law and the U. S. responses to later on this Friday and setting up a pretty gloomy end to what's been in next month for Asian stocks Menton has stalled after April registered the strongest surge since twenty sixteen that's crossover to Frankfort and twine queen a CIO of emerging markets at Deutsche Bank wealth management so I think this week we saw a little bit of a a preview of what could be the calm here when it comes the rising U. S. China trade tensions market so it seems to be taking it in stride for now but what could be the next driver for markets in the next couple weeks or so in June after we saw a pretty decent last two months exactly so I think now given that we have seen quite a strong rally from the lows in March and now that a lot of countries in the world but no stopping in the U. S. with the exit strategy stock market that turning a little bit more to of feed now and of course as you read he said China you attention would be one of these but the thing that is more of the election recall a kia as you know we are of course not in the middle of the election campaign to with the election in beginning of November and and the the approval rating of president trump has falling quite choppy he had of course now to two district case border he and now directing to China is maybe one of the possibilities and of course as I mentioned with the exit strategy we also have to watch now how this is going to play out if there's a second wave which could trigger a potentially old sold a second knockdown I think these are the main themes we are looking at and then of course how the economic data will also then follow we know and we have been to one date which was bad but of course everyone should be aware that cute too in your role and within the U. S. would be even worse than Q. one yeah I let you see this divergence right of what the real economy is seeing versus what I meant financial markets have outperformed essentially how do you think this all gets resolved will stocks eventually catch downing and get a dose of reality or do you think that the economy are we're gonna see a decent enough bounce back to justify the hope that's been priced into markets yes well I think what the markets are currently pricing in it is exactly that story fifty economies are open again we don't see a second wave and that things are slowly returning back to some sort of normality maybe you can call it in you Norman but if we compare then of course the reality is he right he said with the expectation as I mentioned it is also of course so a lot of pride in so when I look at a lot twelve month target for example bought the S. and P. five hundred we think that if not much upside potential and the reefs at this level is Robert to the down side from our perspective to let go fast you Melis from China out of four point eight percent of GDP veces the likes of the U. S. at fifteen percent Japan at twenty percent how much of a risk is that for eons we don't think it is much of the race because when you look at the data and the we how China and also about Asians and countries have said to deal with the virus I think of the if not the need to be so aggressive in terms of to Malaysia the markets with maybe a little bit disappointed with the the number of the stimulus measures also compared to other developed markets but the I mean China is we know has been the vehicle two months ago in January and and February but since then the economy is open again we have a team of course the the data recovering not at thanks to the previous level but of course China and the rest of Asia at least two months ahead of the rest of the woodlands that he's not that kind of needs for such a big stimulus but I think the old so that if need be then the the government here will that also increase the similar so from that perspective we are not worried at all what I want to take a look at the bond market sell these Asian bonds in particular have had a great time best performing in Asia in Q. one are you still finding Indonesian Thai Filipino bonds attractive at current levels on the elective bases yes broader market as you rightly said the performance has been great already so we are still recommending clients for Camry but it tends to be much more selective especially now the run we have seen so it's not just by the whole market like when they see it September but now it's more on the collective faces and also in terms of conviction calls right now what what do you see the most opportunity it seems like we're or seeing the last couple weeks or so this rotation out of out of quality into value and and it and people are pricing as you mentioned this this recovery but then you're flying of course the risks of all the second wave as well so how do you hedge your bets at this moment yeah you read me that so we have been recommending recorded quality goal here because I think in such an environment where most of the companies are not able to provide guidance it's even more important to look at both companies with a strong balance sheet with total visit the business model and that's why we have identified especially the technology but also the head Catholic thought to be for Indies quality growth area if you ready said we are also seeing it in the last one or two weeks I would be some rotation into value but we think this is maybe not the numbers we still think the win in the pot supposed to be the winner in the future as well but of course they have called to reach now valuation levels which not cheap anymore so can you also again have to be selected if a lot of you offer continuous recovering would not play out then of course as the hatch we still like gold on the other side I think he with interest rates being still very little we don't really see much in creation I think because gold is the to have a meaningful with a location in now hold clients but for years we've seen at least when it comes to global GDP estimates that things perhaps of bounce are these bottoms for twenty twenty one do you think that's still looking a bit optimistic because I seem to be the reason are catalysts for many bowls to really continue to track cases rally if I were you is and I think as I mentioned in the beginning of the year a GDP would drop quite massively and half of it Q. two will be the worst quarter since the second World War we are expecting corner me in the U. S. to read cover back to end of twenty nineteen level in twenty twenty two so but bounced bank will happen in twenty one but it won't be enough to be back at the level from Lafia so it would take another year in twenty two in order to be back then two levels of nineteen eighty and you roll depending also on Khan three the eight my take likely long maybe then Q. two of twenty three and at the same would be for earnings and this is I think what the market is looking for and stopping now also to discounted twenty win from don't your bank wealth management speaking to us from Frank but thank you so much
Streaming Storage Reimagined
"This Corey Menton and we are back with another season of the big. Dig Up Your podcast and we're GONNA kick it off in style this time with a little conversation around streaming storage reimagined and have that conversation today. I'm joined by two folks from Dell Technologies. Amy Nannies is the product. Marketing Manager Adult Technologies and Flavio. Jakarta is the senior distinguished engineer. Adele Technologies Aiming Flavio. Welcome to the show. Amy How are you surviving in this crazy corona virus work from home migration and doing surprisingly well? I think I was made for this kind of living. What's funny I had a conversation yesterday and I somebody said its worst nightmare for an extrovert. Because we don't get to get out and socialize but it's also works nightmare for an introvert because you really don't get a lot of downtime because there's so many people in the house potentially for those of those kids and wives and families and all this stuff so it's everybody's struggling a little bit flabbier. How are you doing in this time? I'm pretty good pretty good. It has been on. It has been nice intelligent at the same time. Nice from the perspective that We spend a lot of time with family together like I. I believe we have never done before. So that's nice but telling him. Part is not being which you step outside me here stain. We have full lockdown. Now can we go tight for groceries and all that stuff from that perspective is challenging but You know we. We were coping very well. So we'll good well. I hope everybody else's stand out there. Hope our audience sustained safe and hopefully this conversation with episode. We'll give you something to enjoy in the lockdown. That's happening so many places around the world. Now business hasn't stopped. People are still out there. Working trying to derive value from data and one of the conversations kind of macro themes that has been really popular over the last two years. If you will is this concept of analytics on streams so I want to set the table Amy would you favor and help us understand? What exactly do people mean when they talk about streams sure yes so extreme as just a continuous data feed? That's in constant motion. So there's no beginning there's no end. Typically we have a time stamp on our data feed so this is different because it's always flowing Today a lot of our data naturally comes in this form you know everyone has a organizations are beginning to utilize drones and security cameras. So we're seeing this information produced all the time interesting now. This constant stream of data a guessing is kind of important you just mentioned a few Kenna interest in areas security and surveillance and those kind of things why streaming getting so much press. These days is becoming really critical for modern analytics. Yeah so you know. It's important for us to be able to consume it store it and analyze it in real time as it's coming in because we get the most value from this data as it's coming in A good example is when we're shopping online so we get to the cart and we have suggested purchases if the computer behind that was to look at that data. Historically we'd be getting it a week from now and that wouldn't be as valuable Or something like traffic lights. We can look at how busy they are and change the timing in between them if we can get that information as it's coming in so the ability to analyze information as it's coming in is hugely valuable in almost every industry. Yeah so get into that real time. Capability is so challenging. I imagine you know there's a lot organizations and a lot of technology is being built and developed to handle executive that problem so far beyond cures from your perspective. What are the challenges that this stream type data bring to maybe those traditional analytics platforms that organizations have spent the last five ten years deploying right so following up on a on what amy said if you're continuously generating data in you can imagine applications where you have a large number of these data sources? So she she used an online shopping example right. But you can also think of food servers Sensors edge applications in general. You can have many of those and all of those producing this flows of data continuously so this year diggity unnecessary to ingest this data and make available downstream. So if you're talking about applications that we want you tell that street rates went to processing data as soon as possible so ingesting that making available news is challenged by itself. Now if you think about the characteristics of of the Stream flows they need their unbounded right so as you mentioned the arm-banded so they have They have a beginning. They begin at some point by there is no no no. There's there isn't necessarily an end end. Not even that alone. You can have fluctuations in the in the workload so that the flow. You're getting my change in my few censors at some point or more sensors oranmore service fiercer results although this cannot can fluctuate and and the the your plan which accommodate those changes and in addition to that you don't want you don't want to have duplicates miss events or or or have problems with the with the streaming away that doesn't reflect what application expects a consistencies and other is another important property. All that's with the with the application wanting to deliver results with low latency so he's taking that data processing yet and delivering results as possible. And finally the the the aspect of reacting facet changes. So if you are in this in the situation that you are taking the state alive processing live and delivering results as fast as possible. System must also be able to accommodate changes to too many thanks to the work as I mentioned on. That could be faults in the system needs to watch to react to those. Maybe replicate In my need to increase the the D'Amato resources dedicated to a critical application. So all those make a beauty a platform like this very challenging.
"menton" Discussed on WTVN
"In China shape your four oh one K. this year Jessica Menton markets reporter had USA today has been speaking with Wall Street pros who are advising clients to stay the course and remain invested in the stock market just what are you hearing I work at the relatively immune to the effects of past epidemics in really be a buying opportunity because a lot of really may have told me that it looked like stock hi I'd been drifting higher in valuation looked a little crazy it'll be a good thing for investors which stocks coming down a little bit because they can continue to contribute to their four oh one K.'s into any sort of matching through their company which is basically free money and be able to use this as a buying opportunity right so re visit late two thousand two early two thousand three with sars what was what was things like what were things like then when sars hit for the markets so during that period with sars it really swept across China we did see declines in US markets as well but and you know the old overlap during that time period with the Iraq war and basically throughout the time period of the sars virus there was a little bit of a slow down in Asia accordingly but after it bottomed out in twenty two thousand three then the market rebounded from that and that's usually the most popular example that experts with T. other examples of epidemics if you're looking at the flowing flew in different things like that I think one thing to note is that if you look at China's economy it is much larger now than it was during that time period on the sixth largest economy then to the second biggest now really terrific work by consumer spending it was during that time I think that's why that has rattled investors a little bit just because you have a bit more prominent police now in the world and the second largest economy behind you acted so there's a concern that the incumbent you ensure the consumer in the world powerhouse for Connie it would be a bad thing if all the sudden people are driven by fear and they don't want to go out and shop at fault in the home and they're not buying anything that's what's really driving that kind of sentiment among markets right now we speak with Jessica Minton personal finance and markets reporter at USA today her pieces called coronavirus fears shouldn't stop you from investing in stocks and adding to your four oh one K. this I guess at its core right gets to trying to time the market which is a no no for mom and pop small investors right big no no you definitely want to be invested for the long haul and so if you feel like you have been allocated the right way then they're saying don't make any moves but if you're someone who can't really stomach the losses that we've seen over the past couple days that means it's time for you to check in on your back where you are invested he's just Jessica Menton personal finance and markets reporter at USA today fourteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend's coming.
"menton" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It's frustrating part of your weekend with us after the deadly coronavirus in China shape your four oh one K. this year Jessica Menton markets reporter had USA today has been speaking with Wall Street pros who are advising clients to stay the course and remain invested in the stock market just what are you hearing financial markets have been relatively immune to the effects of past epidemics in through this could really be a buying opportunity because a lot of port really measures have told me that it looked like stock hi I'd been drifting higher in valuation looked a little pricey should be a good thing for investors which stocks coming down a little bit because they can continue to contribute to their four oh one K.'s including sort of matching through their company which is basically free money and be able to use this as a buying opportunity right so re visit late two thousand two early two thousand three with sars what was what was things like what were things like then when star set for the markets so during that period with sars it really swept across China we did see a decline in the US market as well but I'm you know that also for what during that time period with the Iraq war and basically throughout the time period of this sars virus there was a little bit of a slow down in Asia accordingly but after it bottomed out in twenty two thousand three then the market rebounded from that and that's usually the most popular example that experts with teams but there's other examples of epidemic if you're looking at the swine flu in different things like that I think one thing to note is that if you look at China's economy it is much larger now than it was during that time period in which Graham from the sixth largest economy then to the second biggest now really terrific war by consumer spending than it was during that time I think that's why that has rattled investors a little bit just because you have a bit more prominent police now in the world and the second largest economy behind you acted so there's a concern that the income you ensure the consumer federal powerhouse Farrakhan a beach it would be a bad thing if all the sudden people are driven by fear and they don't want to go out and shop at all it's in the stay home when they're not buying anything that's what's really driving that kind of sentiment among markets right now we speak with Jessica Minton personal finance and markets reporter at USA today her pieces called coronavirus fears shouldn't stop you from investing in stocks and adding to your four oh one K. this I guess that its core right gets to trying to time the market which is a no no for mom and pop small investors right big no no you definitely want to be invested for the long haul and so if you feel like you have been allocated the right way then they're saying don't make any moves but if you're someone who can't really stomach the losses that we've seen over the past couple days that means it's time for you to check in on your investment in seed where are you are invested he's just Jessica mentioned personal finance and markets reporter at USA today fourteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend coming up next how wrist watches gets so pricey.
"menton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Reserve signaled it won't raise interest rates for the time being a potential boon for first time home buyers one reason the low rate environment increases consumers' purchasing power Jessica Menton personal finance and markets reporter at USA today has an in depth look at today's market just what's it like it's looking like a potential boon for first time home buyers and those that are looking to refinance a and the big reason is because the lower rate environment right now the fed has signaled that it won't be raising rates for next year increases consumers' purchasing power so basically many prospective home buyers could afford a more expensive home than they previously thought rights are they doing that or will they do that actually it's interesting because I pulled some data and it looks like about six point eight million borrowers could potentially benefit from refinancing and that's from the data from black night which is a mortgage data analytics company so there's a group of Americans who if he didn't walk in lower rate in the aftermath of the financial crisis when pouring concrete and lower there's still a group of people out there that could benefit from refinancing and when you look at the home buying side a lot of that first time home buyers or millennials who typically been straddled with faith died in a book of then injuring their leaves next year so it's more of them get married and have children economists are thinking that's really going to help that side of the housing market yeah so that that group then are they going to lift the housing market is that a is that a big enough group like reaching their thirties there is an issue when it comes to supply and demand and so we did a lot of demand on the first time home buying site driven by millennials but the problem with the quiet a lot of existing holders you don't want to move because they have walked in lower rates after the financial crisis and so there's not a new homes available for a lot of first time home buyers to go into so that's the dynamic that have been pushing home prices higher and those builders are not making those types of homes really right I mean they're not it's a starter homes that much well and that's really where it widened the issue right there so when the boomers that might not be wanting to to move then that's causing that issue when you see right in housing prices so it really depends also on the market that you're in the Sun Belt has the more attractive holding prices and see if you're on the east to the west coast speaking with Jessica meant in personal finance and markets reporter at USA today she's written a piece about whether or not now is a good time to buy a house since the federal reserve has held interest rates steady what about the the coming months looking deeper into twenty twenty any feel for that yes so the problem is that I've spoken with said twenty twenty looks like a great time to buy if you are have been on the sidelines and you've been thinking about it just because the fed had their meeting this week in a signal that they won't be raising rates in twenty twenty and that was something that was up for debate people really well on the sidelines wondering okay we'll we'll they were rated more will be a free trade in so since it looks like we're going to be in this sort of metal band there I mean because of the steps that that is taken that would really help you mortgage rates over the past six months and so if you're looking to do it and you're looking to buy it buy a house or even a refinance you should look into doing that and twenty twenty let's just just comment in personal finance and markets reporter at USA today fourteen minutes before the hour on this morning America's first news on new year's day twenty twenty coming up next financial advice from tech talk.
How President Trump's new immigration rule could erode the social safety net
"We're gonna hear more now about the trump administration's new rule restricting legal immigration with the change legal immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps or Medicaid will be less likely to get approval to stay in this country permanently the government is broadening the criteria in determining who is likely to become a quote public charge someone who will be largely dependent on government services and there are already signs that immigrants and even American born children maybe for going help their legally entitled to so they don't lose their status we're joined now by Tuesday Anderson she's with the children's defense fund and work directly with immigrant families in Texas who joins us on the line from Austin thanks so much for being with us my pleasure this policy changes been in the works for months now it hasn't gone into effect yet that happens October fifteenth but how have you seen it affecting immigrant families in your that your organization works with yeah as you said this is been in the works for well over a year at this point the first leaked tracks were leaked in early twenty seventeen and we've been seeing a steady increase in the amount of fear that immigrant communities experience here in Texas for sure I'm with a increase descend role Menton decrease enrollment in programs like Medicaid snap and and and a variety of other programs that are not covered under this new public charge regulation but there's insufficient information and people are just with drying even their citizen children from not from programs that they need to even children who who are American citizens because they were born here it's our are concerned and so they're they're not getting health care for them because they're afraid that they could as a family be deported that's correct here in Texas one in four children has at least one parent who is a non citizen as one point six million children so that they an enormous percentage of our population or worried about a decrease in a Texas already has incredibly high uninsured rate the highest child uninsured rate in the country and that we're only going to see that climb the we reached out to a to a mother in Austin Texas an immigrant her two kids though **** US citizens her name is Marlene she asked us that we not use her last name because of concern about her immigration status she works her husband works but they have used some public benefits to get by including Medicaid for one of our kids who is disabled but now because she's afraid to stop using food stamps as well here's part of what she told us but I mean I've read a little for me the most important thing is the health of my kids I just keep praying they don't take away Medicaid because I've already had to give up the food to be honest I feel terrible I feel powerless we should know the Texas has one of the highest rates of of participation in the food stamp program or snap but I wonder what is your message how you counseling people like Marlene but I I know that these that their families who are worried feel like they're in an impossible situation they're worried if they enroll that they'll end up you know losing their ability to stay in this country potential family separation this is a scary moment and it's understandable that people react in ways to protect themselves in this case protecting themselves feels like withdrawing from programs but we really urge families to stay enrolled this the actual impact is a very limited number of people that the rule precisely applies to those who lives legal immigrants were seeking to adjust their status there is whether or not your children are enrolled in programs whether you're a legal immigrant or not has absolutely no impact through the public charge rule on your ability to stay in this country we had Ken Cuccinelli on our program earlier this week he's acting director of the US citizenship and immigration services and I will I want to play a clip of that interview again here's his take on the new Colossus the Emma Lazarus poem at the statue of liberty tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge does he have a point it is is the US government entitled to require that immigrants to this country not be a burden on the state in his characterization of I think it his characterization is disingenuous in the first place these programs are not this is not a burden on the state these are programs that are designed to lift and support families in times of need so that their anti poverty measures and they're extremely successful anti poverty measures is abundant data indicates that people who use these programs go on to thrive more than they would have otherwise and second essay disingenuous because even if they do not use the programs there's also something called a wealth test in the rule where if they have low income they simply don't it's a it's a hard strike against their applications so if they don't use any of these programs and quote unquote stand on its own two feet you're still there still saying if you don't earn above the US median income you're not welcome here T. C. Anderson is a senior policy associate at the children's defense fund based in Texas thank you so much for your time we
"menton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Laurie Menton. All the time. This is Tammy tan wins. You give us. Twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world. He thinks eight degrees sunny skies. It is six o'clock on this Monday, June third. I'm Larry Mullins. Here's what's happening. Still sign of her, but a cellphone, bloody clothing and surveillance video was enough for police to arrest of husband of Connecticut woman who's been missing now since last Monday, we'll get the latest on that investigation also tonight the suspect in early morning rape in queens on Saturday behind bars. Police believe a thirty year old man who had just gotten out of jail on good behavior behind the rape of a seventy eight year old woman in Rosedale. Mexico firing back at President Trump and his threatened tariffs. Only thing that got him. So you might you and I might take the biggest hit even is ending. Now you might have been more for certain food items and were tonight that apple killing off tunes. The virtual music store and music storage site. That complemented the ipod. What's behind that similar Zaki, weather clear silly? It will drop to fifty three tonight. And in sports. Obviously the events off tonight Mets broadcaster on Dolly back in the booth tomorrow Stanley Cup finals resume tonight game for the Bruins. Visit the blues. Our coffee. The Dow closed the twenty four thousand eight nine teen of four Bank of America. Joining the wave of companies issuing tapped pay card. When's news time six one? From the ramtruck traffic center on this Monday night, expanded traffic and transit now. Here's Greg, let's go to Staten Island, eastbound Staten Island expressway over Highland boulevard. There is a wreck involving a cop car. It's going to be very slow.
"menton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Menton tomorrow. We're going to be up. The voice comes on the Carter. We had kicks in eggs. They're doing the show before the soccer game tomorrow night. So we'll have a bunch of coverage that including soccer analyst Bill McDermott dropping by and a little bit later this afternoon. The PGA championship starts tomorrow Bethpage on the black chorus on Long Island. It's a tough course the rough is really long and Tiger Woods is you know, trying to win. Another major came very close last year here in Saint Louis. It is a little bit odd because it's only nine months in passing because they changed and moved up the date for the PGA championship. So Dan reared in are golf. Correspondent no relation is gonna join us in the next hour here on came wicks. We'll also I saw this piece yesterday that you know, spell that doom and gloom for the planet in the Washington Post about the forty eight degree temperature near the Arctic Ocean that was the the highest level of carbon dioxide in history. That was hit over the weekend. Now. Look that happens relatively every week. But we'll talk with Dr ROY Spencer about there's a bunch of things in that particular column. And then there was some comments from Bill Nye about how the planet is on fire that will sort of put into perspective a little bit. We'll get a blues preview by the way that game tonight is on why ninety eight FM you'll hear the cardinals here on camera. All right. So we are in the final days certainly final hours of the legislative session and yesterday we had Senator I go on talking about the the filibuster. That was going on to block legislation for the economic development plan that the governor was pushing that included GM incentives say Senator, Bob. Sorry. It's this was a typo. I know your name. I almost corrected. It's this Bill, but that was just a typo. But I know your name is Bob almost called you Bill. How are you? Doing well, Mark. How are you today? Sorry about that. I just noticed it when I was reading this let let's start with the economic development package. What happened with that? Because it seems to me that you guys kind of just caved because you wanted the heartbeat. Bill to move forward is that what happened? You know, Mark. We we engaged in a prolonged discussion filibuster of the the economic development still SP sixty eight which you know, has often been billed as the GM Bill now I represent when spill where the GM plant is located no one is more supportive of the men and women who work at that planned or more supportive of the idea of General Motors investing another billion dollars in our state than I am the problem is that that Bill became a pork barrel. Omnibus I it it ballooned in cost a factor of forty five times to ninety million dollars. And it included a really bad piece of policy known as a deal closing slush fund slush fund. The deal closing have really been problematic in Texas in Georgia. And Florida and really raised the possibility of pay to play corruption issues. So I asked in Rangel yesterday said, hey, what's that's that's what we do in Saint Louis county come on, Bob. You know that? That's exactly what we do. We'll end the Mark in the age of of Steve stagger. Do we really want to road the public's confidence in our government? And in our tax money is spent by creating these these moral hazards, slush funds or deal closing funds. Okay. I get that. And we talked about, but then why stop the filibuster. That's so important. So yeah. The reason we stopped the filibuster is we were on the clock. And Edison point we we would end up killing the pro Bill house Bill one twenty six the so-called heartbeat Bill, which would defend human life baby capable of feeling pain babies. Who are who could be victims of dismemberment abortion, end, and ultimately babies who have heartbeats? So we we the decision that the governor and Senate leadership was really going to make us filibuster all the way to Friday at six o'clock. And and and then have the the demise of the heartbeat Bill on our hands. You didn't you guys didn't really get anything in exchange for stopping the filibuster outside of that Bill moving forward or coming up for a vote. Correct. You know, we had negotiated some things on that Bill along the way, and we we negotiated that. And also also some some somebody increased. The increased benefits for pregnancy care centers, the pregnancy care center tax credits. So that's what we got. But the problem is Senate Bill sixty eight came to us from the house as a privilege motion. It wasn't a mandible. So we really needed to go conference to fix that Bill. But no, we didn't we did not get that. Ultimately, ultimately, the governor and the Senate Luther ship leverage our desire to do a pro-life Bill against us. And we made the decision that if we're going to play that game. We we having to choose between stopping bad economic policy and getting legislation to protect innocent human life across the the line. We would choose the ladder. All right. Let's get to the heart. Be bill. This is something that is controversial we've seen similar bill's obviously, Georgia Alabama, Missouri is trying to pass a Bill. I guess we'll pass a Bill. I mean, there's no question that this is gonna pass and get to the governor's desk. Correct. Well, right now, the the Democrats are are kind of doing your stunt. They're filibustering part of the germs that usually doesn't get discussed filibustered. But yeah. At the end of the day he will get the built on and we'll get it to the governor's desk. Why do you think this is a good idea? This would reduce the amount. And I get that that you're pro-life, I'm pro-life. But I think that this is a complicated issue for a lot of people and not that you decide public policy on polling, Bob, but I think the country is relatively split being pro-life pro-choice. I saw some numbers say indicate maybe a few percentage is higher on pro choice. If you will. I think that when you start asking about reasonable imitations on abortion. I think most people think that we should have reasonable limitations on abortion, which Missouri and other states have pushed for to then you start to get to the six weeks and killing Roe v. Wade and there's not a lot of infected. There's no consensus on that. And very few people only about twenty five percent think that that's a smart course of action. So it is a complicated issue. I understand that. This is about getting a case to the supreme court. But but how would you respond to all of that? Well, first of all Mark bowl. With regard to polling of any issue. How you ask the question determines the answer? It really does. I could I could show you and right holes that suggest that eighty percent of Americans are pro-life, and I could write and show. You polls that suggest the opposite. But what we're doing is is is is creating a series of prolife protections that if let's say the heartbeat Bill, which is an eight week restriction. It got overturned then then we hit the fourteen week limitation that has other justifications behind it. And then we have pain capable protection at twenty weeks. So yes, we are trying to give the federal courts the appellate courts. Ultimately, the US supreme court the opportunity to fix some bad abortion law that they written over the years other oh court as well. As the latest case, the Heller stat case out of Texas has faulted legislatures for not making findings of why they were instituting various prolapse protections in this Bill. We we are laying out those those findings and state interests in detail. So that we can give courts a chance to make some good law to protect innocent human life. So what I think the pro-choice crowd has argued in these states and probably here in Bizri is when you when you get to six weeks. You have what I think they would refer to as a group of cells with electrical activity, not necessarily that's a heartbeat at that stage of just station. But not something that includes any kind of cardiovascular system that you're a physician. So when when that case is made how do you respond to that? Yeah. I I've I've, yeah, I'm I'm a physician, and I studied embryology pretty extensively, and yes it six weeks after conception also known as eight weeks gestation. There's no question. There is a cardiovascular system on all tra- sound just a standard ultra sounds like your wife or mine when they were pregnant can detect you can see a heartbeat. You're starting to see a primordial nervous system at that at that stage. And you can usually it's about about ten or twelve weeks that you can hear a heartbeat on one of those handheld Doppler devices that they're used to listen to to a baby. In their mothers. Well, so there there's no question that there is a there is a cardiovascular system at at eight weeks just station. Out of time. Keep us posted on the rest of the session. We'll see where that Bill and others land before was it five o'clock or six o'clock on Friday, so six PM on Friday. Good luck with the final homestretch Senator. And we'll talk soon it's been a pleasure to get to the news. We'll come back here. I want to say a little bit more about that particular issue. And we'll also have Benjamin Conde on the the China. Trade dispute coming up need IT solutions. Visit our friends at Marco at Marco nets com. For more information. To.
Jody Wilson-Raybould: The woman in the eye of the storm
"Wilson abled you've heard her name in the news for going on a month. Now, she's the woman at the center of the biggest political scandal to hit Canada, and a very long time the Trudeau government fighting itself in crisis mode over this SNC lavaman scandal. Bombshell testimony on Wednesday from Canada's former attorney general Jodie Wilson rebelled hers. The name prime minister Justin Trudeau will never ever forget the right. Honorable Jodie Wilson rebel testified. The would not bend to what she considered inappropriate pressure on the part of his office to interfere in the essence Alaba in case and the she was alternately penalized for it. The prime minister asked me to help out to find a solution here for us NC in response. I explained to him the law, but Jodie Wilson. Ray bold is also a person an indigenous lawyer with a whole life and distinguished career prior to these headlines liberal MP for Vancouver. Granville, feels it all that pressure back when she was still the first indigenous woman to become attorney general a star member of Trudeau's. Gender-balanced cabinet before being shuffled to better affairs as a result. She believes a standing her ground defending the rule of law Canadians of mostly lauded Wilson rebelled for quote, speaking her truth to power that doesn't mean she hasn't been subject to racism and sexism allegedly from even within her own party. Why versus all coming from? And what does this kind of treatment say about the liberal party or more broadly, Canadian politics? I'm Sarah, VO spelled infrastructure and heath Rawlings as we Mark International Women's Day this week. This is the big story. To walk us through Wilson rebelled is how she's been treated and the significance of how she's been treated. We welcome globe in mail columnist Elizabeth frenzy to the big story podcast. Hey, liz. Hi, sarah. Thanks for coming on happy to be. We'll tell me a little about about what you know about Wilson rebelled. She, you know, she's a big deal and Trudeau's gender-balanced cabinet no longer in cabinet, but what's hers sort of Baxter. Started get here to begin with, you know, about well, she was the first indigenous woman to be Justice minister and attorney general. And then of course, she was and she was a lawyer quite celebrated lawyer in British Columbia and indigenous woman as well. And she, of course, famously was demoted from her position of Justice minister and attorney general into veterans affairs Menton widely considered to be a demotion. Although, of course, veterans affairs is really important portfolio. But then we what happened after that is what sort of I think she was fairly well known to the public eye because of high profile legal and Justice issues on the federal landscape like cannabis legalization the right to die legislation and things like that. So she'd always been quite how high profile, but this particular scandal around SNC level has really put her profile in her just in the stratosphere. Yeah. I of the storm really I have the store. Yeah. So and I really last week felt like the day that she testified, you know, she's sitting for hours in front of the Justice committee in your watching. How did you feel? Yeah. It was quite extraordinary felt like, you know, one of those moments where the entire country stopped oddly, everyone, I knew had stopped and was sitting somewhere watching this. And it, of course, happened on the same day that Michael Cohen Trump's former lawyer was testifying. Before congress in the United States, and that was a much more combative and kind of fiery weird mail boisterous. Angry confrontation. And then there came Jodie Wilson Ray bold and sat down with no one sitting beside her and her, I guess possibly assistance behind her and in front of what is I'm sure the most packed Justice committee. There has ever been sure there are people lined up outside and she testified in the most extraordinary way. Like, just very calm. Very methodical. Very meticulous. Never sort of giving away any like sense that she felt you know, angry or anything like that. It was just very calm. She laid out what had happened to her. And I think for most people more persuasive for the kind of calmness with which she laid out her as she said her truth. Yeah. And let's talk about that, you know, really did land. Well with a lot of. Canadians. And and I think she speaks her truth was the headline Tronto star the next day. You know, what do you read into that positive response to to the way that she testified? Did she have to do that in order to be credible to be listened to to be heard? Well, we'd had a vacuum around this right for round this issue for the longest time, the prime minister would say a couple of little things. And then there was you know, people briefing off the record and things and you'd get those versions in the news. But there was never there was no kind of their their until she spoke. There was no central narrative until she spoke about what had happened during this. We'd had my Gornik the chief of the Clark with a Privy Council speaking, but apart from that sort of none of the central players had spoken. And so I think there was a real hunger to have some kind of sense of instead of innuendo and slur. And background noise. Actually have somebody lay down what they saw to be the kind of accurate series of events, according to their point of view, which is what she did. Yeah. And she had the receipts. Right. She had only had the receipts. She she spills the tea. Yeah. She. Did she had it seemed to me very loyally? You know, she laid things out methodically. She had clearly kept contemporaneous notes. She had emails and texts and things like that. And never in the almost I think it was four hours of testimony. Did she divert from this narrative of this is what happened to me? And this is how I felt and she didn't use hyperbolic language or anything. But it was all the more powerful for that. For her just using little tiny. Phrases like veiled threats, and then she made, you know, a reference to Richard Nixon and the Saturday night massacre. You know in which he he needed to get people to do his dastardly bidding and went down the list in the department of Justice until he found somebody who would. So these things I think were because she spoke so carefully, and so directly it had a real impact, and there was no hyperbole. There was no kind of you out when he was testifying was much more passionate and emboldened and kind of forceful threats to democracy, and you know, somebody's gonna get killed. There's crazy culture of or or or aura of of partisanship in violence in the in the air, which I think is probably you know, I think is there is there's some act today. Yeah. For sure, but her testimony was so different. And so much more powerful for it. Yes. That's her position in all this scandal and controversy, but do you what do you sort of see when you put a gender lens on that? As a woman having to be believed. Incredible. I think we've seen lots of obviously way different context. But, you know, lots of testimonies from women who are needing to be have their side of the version of things hurt. And and a lot of ways there. It doesn't get the weight that I think you have Christine Blasi. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm Christine Blasi Ford who still has not been able as far as I know to move back into her house and is still suffering death threats. Now has to have, you know, people around her bodyguards and things and so just to be clear. She was the the woman who said that as a teen she was sexually assaulted by Brad Cavanaugh who is now on the supreme court bench in the United States. Yes. Exactly. So we do kind of I think for better or worse. Partly because there are so few women in these very high positions of power. So when they do come forward to testify for better or worse. They do kind of, you know, the intensity of our gazes upon them because they are few and far between, and I don't I don't think you can separate that four Jodie Wilson Rabaul because I don't know if you know this, but Justin Trudeau as a feminist is. Yeah, it's true. I know I thought I should be the first one and. And he had a gender-balanced cabinet twenty. She was a major star player. Exactly. She was a a major star player. So I think what's happened is as I wrote in a column at the time live by the effort die by the effort. So he has made such he's really tied so much of his credibility. I think to this idea of gender Justice gender equity, the pushing of progressive feminist causes and a half to say in many ways, the government has been good. You know, there have been there has been terrific legislation in certain ways. But if you're going to present yourself as being pure than pure and more pristine than pristine than anytime, you are seeing to step outside that boundary anytime, you are perhaps seeing to be treating a senior female member of your cabinet in a way that is not necessarily progressive or perhaps there are other members of your caucus who are briefing against her or are saying things about her. That frankly, smack of sexism even off the record, then that's gonna look really bad. And I think that's what we saw here. And also there have been reports of some really racist and sexist language used against her, you know, within the government, but also out in the world. What have you sort of seen or heard about that? Oh, yeah. There's been all kinds of things, and we had a couple of liberal male liberal backbenchers say things about her along the lines of you know, she couldn't handle the stress or she wasn't a team player. One said that her father was perhaps pulling her strings, which is just I know. Yeah. Later apologized for it. And he apologized in the house, which is good. But in a way, I actually find hearing those things oddly refreshing, because I know so many people actually think them and to congratulate about loud, like at least we get to see people truly feel and then it becomes obvious. And then we can. Deal with it. Right. And so now, you know, nobody I was actually quite surprised that we did hear things along those lines. What we've heard also an again, this is more off the record stuff is you know, that she was difficult. Not a team player. Difficult can be code, right? Absolutely. No. There's no doubt about it whatsoever. There's all these coded words that are used for women, especially women in leadership roles, especially women in politics and unlikable is big one or likable be here with Hillary Clinton all the time. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Or Elizabeth Warren, or you know, any of the American politicians likeable team player, you know, cooperative. And it's it's interesting because traditionally what women are thought to bring to leadership tables, whether it's the boardroom or political leadership tables is the so-called soft skills. Right. Soft power. So that is empathy you know, team being a team player being able to work well with others collaboration. So I think any woman who then diverts from that script no matter in how small away is branded as perhaps even more harshly than than her male colleagues would be and he kept calling her Jodi in the early days. Right. It was like Jodi, you know, it's going to do this or that. And I'm like, she's a minister, right, right? Able to you. Yeah. Right honourable. Yeah. Exactly. I'm, but, but you know, what do you see is really hypocritical on his part, then you know, you really outlined. Very well. You know, the the double standards, I think for a lot of women who are in powerful roles like Why's it as an especially bad problem for Justin Trudeau because he hasn't. This is bidden his entire brand. I so I interviewed last week I interviewed this famous American journalists in Toronto named Rebecca traced to American feminist journalist, and she was kind of golf smacked by the whole scandal. Because she said when you look from outside our country, what they know about Justin Trudeau is that he's a great feminist, and the you know that he pushes women's equality, and that has been the brand that they built from you know, from when the when he was in
"menton" Discussed on Untangle
"It was that process of being able to description that I have always used the door opening on the brain threat. This whole thing as we were allowing people to interact technology with their mind. It was feeling of like the door to my brain opening and the invisible process that was inside being finally made visible to me. That's what the sensation of muse was before. It was news was the your perception of the world, and how you relate to your brain can shift, and that was like that to me is like the later a hall of meditation that your perception of your world, and therefore your perception of yourself can shift because you can interact with it, you can change it. Why think the magical thing that I saw with anybody who we've played this for so many years, right? We would invite all different kinds of people to try this out. Waves at parties in science labs museums. On the top of the mountain with a woman jumping up and down through the Jonah's. Seasoned meditative, mentally jumping just to be clear. Menton court those states be nice just like make a list of all the different ways in places that we went to experience, but the but the thing that always stood out for me was. When someone put this device on and they would get feedback from their mental state. They would immediately and intuitively try to shift their state of consciousness. So when you do that, suddenly, you you've just taken an entirely new point of reference on yourself. Which is like in meditation. You discover that you are not your thoughts. That's what that is to take that new perspective and say, what can I do to shift? My perception, how feeling this is the you are not your thoughts experience, and it happens instantly crazy, and now I look back and see how profound that was all the way along because we've now been in the creative process of trying to create a tool to help people discover themselves inner practice, but just to see that the instant someone put this on and got a feedback. That's what happened magical. We didn't realize we didn't realize we had no idea how magical it was. But it was just like, oh, this is cool. We can build some cool stuff with this. So once we realized it we're go from there. I got deep into meditation. The realization that humans have undertaken this exploration. A very serious way gave like an unbelievable amount to start to explore. I think with anything that we learn it's really hard to imagine what's possible. Because you're always starting from a place of what you know, which is very close in you can see over the over the next threshold just a little bit, right? But but ultimately like doing anything new is just as a totally unknown world out there. What happens when people devote themselves to training, different states of consciousness, different ways of experiencing different inner skills. I have no idea. And the only thing you can do is look to what people have achieved and to talk to people and to read accounts of things because I understood that for me to try to evaluate the possible from where I was. Was experienced from from where I was at that time. There was fundamentally limited like it's still limited right now. Who knows what's possible? All I know is this is how I feel right now. And I know that if I continue putting effort into learning something I'll change, but where does it go so became superintendent going down down that road understanding, both what seems to be Postle based upon what people say, but then also trying it for myself. What are some of the shifts that you've experienced meditation? Biggest shift for myself biggest shift and understanding was that when I'm emotionally triggered. I would do things to distract myself to disconnect from what's happening and the recognition that when you disconnect you stop receiving whatever that moment has to teach. You you end up doing things to make yourself feel safe and unafraid and that process, which is happening all the time as we go throughout our days, or at least as I go through. My days was keeping me from really taking in precious. New information and experiences because I was essentially blocking them, and this sort of thing can manifest badly relationship because you have an emotional reaction to something that's one possibility..
Predator 2 (1990) Born into a Bin
"I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully. Hello and welcome to the spoilt Milt movie podcast hair spoilt milk. We like to discuss destroy and dissect guilty pleasure movies and decide whether they're truly spoilt milk, or if they ascended into fine. Looks Yoris cheese. So without further ado Wego. Warning who's podcast is full of sport was for the title feature on this body language from the start. If you've never seen the film or your fended by Bob language, you hop in warrant. Guys today is well, this week's episode of the spilt milk podcast chums not here. Bakers is one and off doing some honeymoon shit in America. So you've got me. You've got the Hobo and we have to special guests today. So we have Laura Laura's being with us before. No. And we also have my bath Richie. So she's seen like five films in the whole of his life, including not will not include in the one that we're watching sages chiming in just for the shits and giggles. So we're going to move onto his top three resentment you had for my better. He didn't want to admit it, but suppose of God. Do be about a half or be with me. Be better off. Fuck you didn't say welcome to spoil movie podcast. I did. This is this week's episode of the spoilt, mount poke casts for chances will continue spoil, welcome to the spoilt Milt movie car. Just exactly. I'm not jam. Why not to grow in his stick. Chums beard. Having anyone's does. You could. You could be homeless like me and it'd be matted with mud and it still doesn't grow in his is and as muddy as chums does. I don't think yours as bear, though I think is just pubic Kelly found on the streets and just speeds. PSA QC WALDO. We'll move onto the top threes. I am so shitter this. I'm so sorry. Well, we want to stop threes. I mean this far of us today, so we're gonna have to Baal out guess to a top three. So this week's is films how we're going to battle it. We'll just we'll just do vote. Topped off cop. Let's do it. So is going to get this wrong. The top three films them made into TV shows. Yeah, I struggled with this majorly. I just kept asking so movies that was then fill movies, films called them. TV show. That was wasn't TV is a Menton into say, it was a film first and then the TV show afterwards taken me in on that didn't exist before that it might have existed. Let's not that didn't exist because I don't want to ruin my two. Okay. Who wants to? I who, who who. Tune. Got like four backup. So then our. One. Outsides, then I'm going to go with all these g in house. Could. Was on a TV show. Yeah. So TV show alway, We usually usually. see it's harder than you think this is ROY. I've got it chose around all of them. Have at least twelve. New down so didn't have down a phone down movies from TV shows. Okay, we'll I, I remember it the way and everyone else has you save at yours, your examples films and TV shows. Away.
"menton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The action in court david menton kyw newsradio news time five seven now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast we go live to meteorologist katie fehlinger in katie nice stretch of sunny days ahead yeah eight is really looking nice out there she's an imperfect timing to the upcoming father's day weekend minor hiccups in the form of heat and humidity but also a little bit of wet weather which will get to but today i really the only variable that you may not be so jazzed about is the wind starts to pick up with time and we'll see the gus peak as high as thirty miles per hour so you'll really notice the breeze but the front that moved through last night is still making its exit so we're seeing those clouds break really nicely and full sunshine is on the docket for the whole day it's also comfortable with lower humidity but still warm up to eighty five eighty five degrees just based on the timing of the front as it's still clearing out we're off to a pretty mild start so no problem rebounding to the eighties today all clear tonight down to sixty four degrees nice night and then both tomorrow and saturday look just gorgeous low to mid eighties for both of those days in the sunshine and then by father's day granted i don't want to rule out of shower or a pop up thunderstorm at some point but generally it just looks like great pool weather you're back to sunshine it's hotter more humid up to eighty nine degrees monday looks the steamiest though still in the sunshine and again there could be shower thunderstorm but the high hits ninety five and we could feel as hot as the triple digits easily that afternoon so that'll be a pretty brutal day now currently broadcast center in spring garden just some residual clouds read them out seventy four eventually we'll hit eighty five in the sunshine reporting live with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio thanks katie kyw news time five oh eight the place with the.
Michael Cohen used Trump Org email to arrange Stormy Daniels payment
"The badminton council officially changed the name of the sport too good menton wins news time eight forty nine a newly obtained email from president trump's personal attorney michael cohen to the lawyer for the porn star who is suing mr trump includes cohen's auto signature with his full title stormy daniels lawyer michael nadi tell cnn trump's lawyer made no effort to hide is a deadly during this entire time period he was routinely using his email address at the trump organization and is email signature block navidad he said he believes this is further proof cohen was acting in his professional capacity is trump's lawyer in his negotiations with daniels and it was not acting on his own president trump tweeted friday night that australia and the us were working on a security agreement and therefore the us would not have to impose tariffs on australianmade steel and aluminum australian prime minister malcolm turnbull spoke to reporters in australia earlier today very pleased the president was able to confirm that the that he would not have to impose tariffs on australian steel and aluminium until now only canada and mexico both partners in the north american free trade agreements the renegotiated were excluded from the tariffs it's seven years behind bars for the of man known as farmer bro ten ten wins reporter julia poppa covered is centred in brooklyn federal court the two faces up martin squarely came into stark and contrasting view at the federal court sentencing prosecutors outlined an arrogant deceitful hedge fund and pharmaceutical entrepreneur who lie to investors obor gears to prop up failing investments that defence revealed a young brilliant but troubled mine who quietly help sick people and inmates the judge split the difference attorney been braff men hopes that can be reduced with the time he's already been in fifteen percent the trip time credit i think the sentence will be significantly less than seven years skrilje told the judge it was never about the money it was about his stature and reputation jill papa ten ten wins news time eight fifty.
"menton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"At a quarter of menton pulling belonged to in advance text the fda quarterly in seoul shocked dutch death of all sizes are these aggressive for as little i do clinton takes the exudes furnace shunted onto him from his shop fronts man since he development goals and in the end zone love chung bowl in an plants series gaza we agreed only delayed maitland's he it's time to talk foot bull with any law lawrence it gave him as justin timberlake at halftime the nfl network has been replaying the entire super bowl that includes left on the man of the wall and is currently on stage in minneapolis that you as big stadium i had to look that up i didn't know what is he was wearing but apparently it's us stella mccartney keisha what's her it's out of your hours with amy lord's on cbs sports radio i think i now know the eagle's song considering i heard it so many times in minneapolis it was a vocal presence certainly at the game you can hear it but also around minneapolis all of last week at the mall of america they were fans everywhere i don't know for a fact that there were more eagles fans in minneapolis and there were patriots fans but i do know they were more vocal what was your favorite nonfootball moment from the super bowl i love j t i refuse to be a negative nelly others performance was was great i mean is it need to be controversial to put out a good show and i also thought it was really funny that people just kept looking for his special guests shifts j t there is no se there is no jerry jackson there is no britney spears we knew there was going to be some type of ah tribute to printed minneapolis and he had a what what felt like a very large sheet hanging from this the top of the stadium with a video of prince and he sang along with them for a for a minute or two but that was there there were there were no other special guests i liked it about it was great but i know some people were kind of lukewarm on it so what was your favorite nonfootball moment pink was awesome he asked the eli manning odell beckham junior giants touchdown celebration has it he told.
"menton" Discussed on Here & Now
"That the president could sign and that was all turned on its head so it's not clear what the president would actually support and that makes it very difficult republicans to cast to cast votes that would support that will in there are big questions about who is going to be blamed if this happens at midnight white house office of manage menton budget director mick mulvaney puts the chances of a shutdown at a bike fifty or sixty percent and here he is putting the blame on senate democratic leader chuck schumer omb is preparing for what we're all issuer shutdown that still surprises me and i've been through some of these before uh that the democrats in the senate are opposing a bill that they don't oppose and here is us and a democrat dick durban on the senate floor this morning it means that the republican majority has failed fail in a hundred nineteen days to produce a budget for the united states of america the republican majority in the house set with their president have failed to come up with a blueprint for spending for this great nation that we serve and a proud to be part of so that's a democrat seen it will be the republicans to blame we heard a republican senate will be the democrats to blame who is right who's who will this hurt politically ronald well if i may weigh in on this uh as the arm be director just said this is not our first rodeo we have seen a few of these and going back over the years back to nineteen eighty one other were several.
"menton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fence and they sit there and give their money and they give their support and everything and then they don't put a price on the field or they play this finance game or whatever and a gift like what the hell is their problem do they understand that these people are we're why you're doing this senate bread but by the same token i could find you owners shipping cleveland i could find you ownership and other places were all either fan bases across america philly exact same way yeah do i understand the frustration issue john there of course ago and the john there had a particular goodyear but to win the manning situation was handled with the way the seem as a whole has been handled discipline beccome you name not go up for now is that garang as china this is not one of his years there's going to be proud of nobody within new york jazz nobody should be proud of a three 13th not saw the menton the jets different critiques to the jets he's the issue they of been role costa circuits they have been accused over the years for not showing enough patients go back to may jeannie going back to how grohl in herman edwards and some of the other coaches at that maybe not brokers grow just was not interested in coach in the nfl and he had his sights set on his alma mater but the jets have had that reputation before in a lake for being a little too ansi they will very patient were rex probably stoeker eggs a little bit to all and i get sense they were saying they without boss is in game decisionmaking has improved is caught management has got worse the penalties honesty had become a major problem and deal will get todd bowles as a guide it's going to nurture develop and grow our young quarterback you bring him in here i think the answer is no to all the above that's why even though i think the jets have home going into 2018 they have some building blocks going it's 28 gay let me cinema just a quarterback let me see what the team looks like and let me see how bowles will handle next year where it will be winning season or dare.
"menton" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Name of the sport too good menton wins news time four forty eight no sign of any warm up yet in the forecast another bitterly cold night is coming up with no relief this weekend as we hear from accuweather meteorologist dave hour dumming louis cold weather burner go to continue right through new year's day teens vied i 20s by day on top of it all see a bit of snow on saturday according to an edge stay with ten wins is we learn more about that storm and for now bundle up like these guys who spoke with our glenn shot of seven liaison bureau longdrawn drew bares my is a kind of okay because there's no hint as to keep moving around is coal up yeah and if you're out and about the city near zeev you will need all those layers temperatures will be in the teens when the ball drops a polar bear plunge that was suppose to happen new year's day in new jersey has been cancelled because it will be dangerously cold for that wins news time four forty nine alabama will be sending a democrat to the us senate republican roy more lost his battle in court today alabama officials have formally certify democrat doug jones says the winner of the special senator election with a margin of almost twenty two thousand votes over republican roy more the action came shortly after a judge denied moore's request to halt desertification charging there were voting irregularities that need to be looked into alabama's secretary of state had said there's nothing to support that claim jones's the first democrat to be elected to the senate from alabama in 25 years he'll be sworn in next week when the senate returns from its end of year break jury bowed lender capitol hill wins news time four fifty eric garner is daughter erica remains in a medically induced come after an asthma triggered heart attack person updating her popular twitter account says a catscan shows she suffered brain damage from a lack of oxygen erica garner has thirty five thousand followers she tweets regularly about civil rights and politics and has been an outspoken critic of police misconduct since the death of her father three and a half years ago on staten island emergency construction continues tonight that will keep the.
"menton" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"Guess who were white people so when you hear about cops va kill you don't hear about every story why don't you hear about every story oh come to police on ever go and shoot some you know god guys listen goes jane wells fargo suggests this diana if they could have a black person's shooting the coptic her um they can attach it to their narrative but every time lag lately every caught this boussat has been shot by white person so so you can get the menton at the cop was shot but you don't hear anything else about the story you know what i'm saying so it it it is being done by the conservative side the same way that the progressives do it they talk about it when they wanna talk about it they talk about it when if is their narrative they talk about it when a winwin they can use it for their benefit that when actuality of everything that happens in a cherry picked these statistics so i'll do say look at the statistics and maybe if you look behind you will notice that a lot of why people may have been you know not rightfully he dealt with by the police and um maybe you can realise that when black people are complaining about it as not because we hate all white people a we hate the police maybe this sometimes as some fucked of shit that happens in any to be held accountable and you know you just can't auto like it's a couple club this a you know may now we not and i said also off a blanket criticism in accusations either yeah and i was saying entire cities litter terrible and it it just comes to a point where we have the reader grownups are we have to be.
"menton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The events of menton sixty five has trying to stir up the pot and activists send survivors groups who have attempted to engage in simply discussions about these events have been attacked by mobs and and rented thugs in an attempt to try and prevent and he's for meaningful discussion of these events what i think these documents show as extraordinary danger of abandoning human rights in the name of anticommunism or and the other ivy algae that supposedly serves american interest in the name of enter communism the united states supported the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of people in indonesia in menton sixty five and let the decades of military dictatorship and now we see the presidency of donald trump once again embracing authoritarian governments such as president to territory in the philippines as well as many other places that are slaughtering their own citizens in the name of the war on drugs in the name of counterterrorism and signalling matters in nineteen 65 the signals sent by the united states let the indonesian army no though tickets slaughtered some citizens with impunity and the signals being sent by the trump administration to this signal to rights abusing regimes around the world that they can torture and murder of their own citizens ends without having to worry about in a negative consequences from the united states and i think that this is truly dangerous moment fishermen rights around the world much us in indonesia brad simpson director of the indonesia documentation project at the national security archive brad it's been great having thank you very much todd.
"menton" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"And being in a coffee shop in a familiar friendly environment in the physical world it was so different than if you just go up to someone and say hey you should try this new magic internet money us your computer plug your smartphone and go on the website by but that's a completely different experience your your balancing the cutting edge scary stuff with old familiar comfortable stuff so wondering schoolhouse environment is perfect for that it's the perfect place to introduce people to block changed tack and teach them all a boat cryptocurrencies where they came from what purposes they served how they're different from each other how you can trade between them what you can do with them and at the start of your course you can uh put up a post on st menton earn a small amount of that or you can mayan some with a little mining rigor something and then by the end of that session you can have everybody leave that class with a little bit of trip took currency feeling comfortable that they know how to trade it and play with it and use it and you can have groups from local businesses come in and and get comfortable with accepting attend and really understanding why they should be and involve devia we believe that's the perfect place to do this because there's fis universities there there's a lot of tourism that comes round from all over the world so we think if if we're gonna make like a trip to capitol where people are getting comfortable and actually using crypto in their daytoday lives in south america this is the perfect place because so far it's still just a scary thing that nerds used to buy drugs.
"menton" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Sports the badminton council officially changed the name of the sport too good menton wins news time 148 the mta summer of hell was supposed to refer to nj transit on the long island railroad which are both impacted by trackwork at penn station but this summer has also seen a number of mishaps on city subways igniting questions from politicians and community leaders about what is being done to fix the trains they're holding it community meeting at columbia university medical center in manhattan to hear stories from strap hangers let me who spoke out called for more money to be spent on the subways whichever experienced a number of derailments cancellations and delays the subway problems have also caused a disagreement between the mayor and the governor over who was responsible for paying for those repair ars there's a health warning out about papayas health officials say twelve people in the city have been hospitalized in one died because of a salmonella bacteria linked to those papayas the health advisory covers twelve states including new jersey and pennsylvania in our area officials say it is the yellow merit all papayas which are suspect this man is in washington heights he says he's not enough of a by expert to recognize the contaminated conso he'll just stay away from all of them i won't be difficult i married years provider side just steer clear that i'll keep an eye on this now that you've told me if it adds that maybe i'll go back to buy areas health officials say they began hearing a people getting sick back on may seventeen un health watchdogs call it an unacceptable tragedy and are talking about the recent deaths of 35 european children from measles those jonas's together with an outbreak in minnesota have prompted a renewed push.
"menton" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And i think that's impossible that's an impossible thing to prove i think one of the challenges is an um he's a lot on social media of of people in la on farce menton and a supporter of law enforcement officers at a real issue with the ramsey county assistant attorney who during the closing arguments kind of one of his one of their main point was that after he had has um ted i use deadly force as a first option and not quote a last resort the problem with that andrew is that is not anywhere in state statute up around the use of deadly force nowhere in state stature doesn't say that place after mayhew's uh testified deadly force as a last resort it talks about using force and deadly force an eminent fear of bodily harm or death and so in in her closing arguments she implied um a stand her that is separate and different from the stand her that he's in state stature in what i've i've said for for years now and talking about these issues on this show and other contacts as if you have a problem with the standard of a law enforcement use of force then you need to address that in the legislature and not in a grand jury and not in a court of law and not through protests through how through the pressure trying to apply pressure by engaging in all these protests and everything and just by the court of public opinion yeah yeah come as as a very well established on what is an allowable in any and law enforcement use of force on especially deadly force and quite frankly we have decided as as a society to give wide latitude to licensed peace officers and their use of deadly force.
"menton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"As people always think when i finally get that agent told get belbey an actor when i finally get and they're not just acting right now or they're not just starting and creating and i actually think the more you feel co dependent on some thing the less you're going to create anything because you're constantly thinking that's the reason why and so i loved to let go of all of those things and let go of everything i think i need outside of may and create on such a higher level but the people in my team the people that we work with we only work with people even clients wellmade work with people that are fully own owning their emotions where they are and what they wanna do verses owning like i can't do it because of that sentence is everyone has the ability to have that sentence and menton the people that don't take that sentences i i can't do it because of this those become the most successful people the and fulfilled people because you're saying i'm responsible for everything the rear of it that just made me think how many friendships i have sort of i'll say lovingly let go us because there are so many people who are so negative they come to you in seeming like they want help to collaborate to figure out how to get over this hill and all you do is just drained yourself by offering suggestions asking questions and they just fire back with i can't because i can't because i can't because when you're letting go of something you're scared and the only reason you're scared is because your mind can measure what it will lose but it can't see what you'll gain so if you're going through a breakup your sad because you're focused on the loss of one person versus the gain of seven point four billion people if you're bisexual willing to date everybody her so but there's all these opportunities but our mind is only focused on the old story and it can't see the new thing that's trying to come through and it's just scared to do something it's never done and it's not even scared of that it's scared to choose to do that thing like when people go skydiving they always say the scariest moment is when i'm looking over the side of the plane but that moment your safe.