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"merican" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

08:41 min | 6 d ago

"merican" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Pass rusher melvin. Ingram formerly of the chargers so steelers pass rush at stronger keeping it in sports number. Four luke pro cop this guy right here. Here's a picture of planning for canada. There came out as the first openly gay hockey player under Under an nhl contract. So much like karl nasa in the nfl who Just came out as openly gay Like a month ago. Once luke touches the ice in the nhl. If he does he'd be likely to become the first openly gay player to get game time as well right now he's in the the nashville predators like a farm system. So he's not like on an nhl roster but carl nasa hopes actually play some snaps in the nfl again. This season becoming the first openly gay player in the nfl so nhl nfl people. Coming out congrats to luke on. What's coming out. Was that last name from pro cop. I've never heard that my life eastern croatian right so probably sound like that and so this is a pro cop pro cop yes not anti yes back to the blue big well. yeah petra. Nova cova was the two-time swimsuit cover model. That almost died in the snobby not irene. There's there's delay you remember her now. Our nineteen ninety three the sixty students ninety three. There's kathy ireland love you. She reigns in spain. You remember the tagline and cover. Of course. I don't know what's better in spain. Maybe was cataloged all prized possessions. Back in the day love this addition the best was. I hope you pick up this year's and just give us an honest take on. I'll pick it up. i'll pick it up. I don't think it's going to be able to compete them. I get it would mark and you say you and your dad loved it together like you guys actually talked about it you guys like. Is that wind going on my house. Oh we would. We would look at together in the family room. We would and then time oh absolutely bedrooms across. Hey gig swords but we both enjoy the day off my part unfortunately market you got last. Yeah he got last. That gets i well. Of course it paid for this subscription it number three. The gop picks for the january. Six house committee are in and the twitter. Bob isn't too happy with any of them. Especially jim jordan being on the list. Also our friend huge nickelback fan. Rodney davis made the list but not as many people are upset about him. I guess twitter thinks that having jim jordan on the committee is going to ruin the committee. Not sure maybe. They're outraged outraged by the picks at twitter dot com. But don't worry nancy. Pelosi has the option to approve or deny all of the picks anyway so not sure what there is to be outraged about but the outrage is rampant onto all about the picks january six committee house committee. So those are the guys that are going to be like essentially making the decision. These these are the five republicans that had been nominated by kevin mccarthy to be on the committee but nancy how many democrats proven deny way more than five thank Like a ton one more time while you see that jim banks he's got that ranking member distinction from indiana a little bit. That feels good when the other white guys are looking at that. You're saying feels great. Sorry armstrong davis jordan. Net nells on the number. Do you think you get a bigger plaque on your desk. Like your your name tags. Get hotter assistance. Do it the ranked labor here. Yeah i would say so. We're stronger physically stronger or physically hotter one of the two. Oh you're assistant you get to upgrade better assistant. That's for sure. Can you just call me bigger member. Yeah long member yearning senioritis absolutely swollen swollen bigger than yours enormous member. Whatever you want. I'll give me a list. You can choose from us. Change it from rank into one of these six big honk member. Yeah alright all right all right number two. Connie a has a new album coming out. He hosted kevin durant decided that. I'm so excited fucking love. Kanye gonyea to love condie's music. He he hosted a little weird. What's happening with the new album details. So you hosted kevin durant and justin loboi at a vegas church for listening party on sunday night where he was dressed in a watchman style hood. This is what he was wearing all man. He was bobbing his head on stage to the new song added. It does what he also said that his house they lived in an with kim kardashian in calabashes prison he said he escaped calabasas. And i was kinda thinking with kids and your wife and your supervisor. Other man try to create that with like giant walls that he put a moat tried. To put a mode i think walls suffocate without rear. He created the prison. He's complaining. he's now partying in the desert. All the time and making new track colleges he's probably influenced dropout is such a good album. It is so much better from there though. Don't yeah absolutely. Isn't that soundproof material. That he's got wrapped his head in there like like that. You put it on like a like a like. It's like it's moving. Moving drugs like an x ray apron or like a soundproofing. He's hysteria people's reactions. He doesn't want to hear the music he to see the reactions. It looks like a carpet. You drape around like a tv or moving but it looks like fire retardant material to be honest with you know. He was worried about pyrotechnics. I don't know what's going. I mean it was pretty cool looking honestly. But he's just jamming out in that weird ass foot entire time. Everybody was dented. The vegas thing on sunday night. Obviously they're saying. The music is absolutely mindblowing revolutionary. Get ready for the good. I mean he's just the greatest. He's very he's very good at. The new album is going to be called donde. Do in da. That's the title and number one in the cup of coffee in the big time today. The story of the delta variant and the stock market. It's actually a very simple story guys on monday. Mounting fears of the delta variant sending everybody back into corona virus lockdowns sent global markets tanking further worst day of two thousand twenty one so far about one to two percent market losses. All over the globe everywhere doesn't matter where you are Take it with a grain of salt though because markets in general are still way up from this time last year about twenty five percent over that but you know the sharp global drop on. Monday could be a side of things to come if economy's really do begin to shut down to the delta vary outbreaks again. There's a seventy percent spike in new infections in the us. The summer's looking a little scary. A lot of the states are going back to indoor masking and california's elite places are having huge spikes and and globally alive. Places are having a lot of spikes. It's not looking great right now. Not great would be came from right now. Sure would be nice here. Here's who still can't get china to cooperate. Wouldn't you know But supposedly the vaccines do work on the delta variant. so i'm not concerned personally Also hope the markets don't crash but again i'm completely out of fox to give about the corona virus anything related to the corona virus myself. Yeah i mean at this point that people that didn't take the vaccine might die. And that's really i guess that's their bad. The part of it sucks. If that's like preventing us from getting hurt getting hurt me. I don't know i'll take start. Booster shit just can we. Can we just get get it done.

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Combatting Anti-Asian Racism in Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Combatting Anti-Asian Racism in Fashion

"Hi this is imran ahmed and ceo of the business of fashion. Welcome to the podcast. It's friday march twenty. Sixth last june former us president donald trump began using racist language to describe the novel corona virus. That by that point had already killed half a million people. There's never been anything with so many names. I could give you one thousand nine hundred twenty names for that right. It's got all different names. Wuhan wuhan swiss catching on corona virus. Right kong flu suv hate crimes against asian-americans began to rise racism in the time of pandemic. young woman. Wearing a mask is attacked in the subway station sanitizing. An elderly woman is chased by a bully trying to squirt hand sanitizer on her time. Man in san francisco who had just gotten his kobe. nineteen vaccine. how celebrated his birthday a father a grandfather walking on the sidewalk. In broad daylight surveillance camera captured his attacker crossing the street shoving him to the ground. He never regained consciousness. During twenty twenty reported attacks against asian americans were up more than one hundred fifty percent in the united states. Many others went on reported and the world looked on in horror last week as the attacks against as merican escalated when a shooter killed eight people in atlanta georgia including seven asian americans. Six of whom were women. But anti asian sentiment is not new in the us it goes back to the eighteen hundreds when chinese laborers i arrived to work on the railroads and in the coal mines official government policy at the time systematically discriminated against asians and this is not an issue limited to the united states around the world asians face overt and covert discrimination over the last few months. Asian fashion industry professionals have been organizing speaking up raising money and awareness about this urgent problem and they have been sharing painful experiences of discrimination within the inner workings of fashion this week. On the beauty of podcasts. I spoke to three leaders from the fashion industry. The designer phillip lim the editor in chief of law magazine michelle lee and the journalists suzanne allow to listen to their personal stories learn from their experiences and understand how we can be better allies in the fight against asian. Hate

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"merican" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"merican" Discussed on WLRN News

"Merican says attacks and hate speech have made many Asian Americans afraid to leave their homes or go to work. Do not be afraid. This'll is our home. This is our country. India, another back. In addition to eight counts of murder investigators in Georgia have not ruled out hate crime charges for the 21 year old white man accused in Tuesday's deadly shootings. For NPR news. I'm a meal Moffett in Atlanta. Bipartisan delegation of lawmakers joined Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My or Kiss yesterday for a visit to El Paso, Texas, is the number of unaccompanied child migrants continues to rise at the US Mexico border. As NPR's Dave missed it reports the group visited facilities holding the Children. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut, says the rise and child migrants has been so quick that has been difficult to move them out of holding facilities and under three days as per federal law, Murphy told NPR conditions of the border are better than what was seen under the Trump administration. But there's a need for improvement. You're not kids in No so called cages. They're not being separated from their family at the border. But these are facilities you wouldn't want your child in for more than 10 minutes. The White House has not yet grin and members of the press access to the border facilities, fueling criticism that the Biden administration isn't being transparent and its handling of the crisis. They've missed each. NPR news in New York City protesters gathered today calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo's immediate impeachment after eight women accused him of sexual misconduct. When Hogan from member station.

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Anti-Asian Hate Crimes: Influencers, Activists Are Taking a Stand

At Liberty

07:02 min | 5 months ago

Anti-Asian Hate Crimes: Influencers, Activists Are Taking a Stand

"Month in honor of women's history month where featuring conversations with women and nonbinary leaders who are working to address the issues in their communities this week. We're speaking with amanda win. Amanda is the ceo and founder of rise a millennial driven social change incubator for citizen lawmaking because of her work passing legislation for sexual assault survivors. She was nominated for two thousand nine hundred nine nobel peace prize more recently amended has been working to mobilize a nationwide response to the surging attacks on asian americans. Since the beginning of the pandemic asian americans across the country have reported being targeted in three thousand hate incidents according to nypd data anti asian american hate crimes are up nineteen hundred percent in the last year and just weeks ago and eighty four year old. Thai american man was murdered in san francisco. A ninety one year old man was shoved to the ground and oakland's chinatown a sixty four year. Old vietnamese woman was assaulted in san jose and a filipino. American men was slashed in the face on a subway in new york city these assaults are happening during a pandemic where asian americans have disproportionately lost their jobs or had their businesses boycotted response to the recent attacks and the relative silence of bean stream media. Amanda posted a now viral video on instagram naming. The attacks and calling for media attention and public action. Amanda is here today to talk about this wave of violence. And what she's doing about it. Amanda thank you so much for joining us today. You for having me. I want to start with this viral video that you posted on february fifth. What led you to make that video saw. These videos of people being horrifically attacked in my community. I didn't see the mainstream media covering adding see anyone else talking about it. And so i thought to myself if no one's going to talk about it i'm going to use my voice and i'm gonna use my platform and ask people to help me get the word out and over night. Millions of people responded to it so three million people viewed it overnight and then in the following eleven point four million posts went up on tiktok response to it the next business day. The white house press corps asked the president if he has seen the video. Were you surprised by the reaction or were you like. No this makes total sense because nobody else is talking about this. I honestly was really surprised because this isn't the first time i talked about this issue before about race. General and every time that i had posted about race i have lost followers so when i turn on my camera that day to report that video i thought that i was going to lose more followers and i told myself you know it doesn't matter i am going to do this because it's the right thing to do and because people are literally dying to be heard right now. I want to talk to the larger race dynamics of these attacks but actually i wanted to ask why these attacks may be personal to you. You identify as asian american and have talked about your family's immigration story. And i was wondering if you might share some of that story and tell us a little bit about how it is affected your experience of these attacks and your response to them. Yeah of course. I'm so glad you asked that question because so many of these interviews. I've been doing of just been focused on the world. Terrible parts of it. I'm so proud to be hyphenated america and my experience it's been asian-american be means merican and my parents are from vietnam. They went into death to seek life and to reach these shores where they thought that they would find freedom in freedom for us has not only been you know the freedom to exist that persecution it also is the rest of the things that is afforded to us constitution including the right to petition the government and for me at least it's not only a privilege but our responsibility to keep pushing our country to be a more perfect union for me growing up as an asian american. I grew up in corona california. Where darn actually many asian-americans. I remember being one of the very few in elementary school middle school and even still in high school and comes with experience when you are really a minority and you look around and no one looks like you eat the same food that you do and then you grow up and then you see that all the things that you were made fun of for all of us and become really trendy when the communities appropriate at so. That's part of the immigrant. Unfortunate part of the asian american experience. Of course there's this perpetual foreigner stereotype. I think every single asian american has been asked the question. Where you from no really. Where are you from. And while that is and could sound like an innocent question at the heart of it at the root of a is idea that you don't belong and when you keep insinuating perpetuating this idea of uttering a whole group of people what you have are consequences that have resulted in. Lives being lost. Did you experience or did your family experience racism directly in the community or was it this. Pervasive or in addition is pervasive feeling around belonging. I mean it certainly is anxiety about being killed on the street. These attacks have happened. Have been two people doing everyday. Things like walking on the street or going grocery shopping. They one of the things that really stuck with me. In a scarring way was of twenty twenty. A man stabbed family in that stabbing. He stabbed two year old and a six year old because he thought that they were chinese burmese. And he on the record said that he thought they were spreading cova. So you know there's been a threat of people saying well. How do you know if these are really hate crimes. not only. are these con camera. They're also being fully admitted to buy the perpetrators

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Murkowski opposes filling Supreme Court seat before the election

Purity Products

01:12 min | 11 months ago

Murkowski opposes filling Supreme Court seat before the election

"Another Republican senators pushing back against the party's push to get a Supreme Court nominee confirmed before November's election. Today. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski said she does not support replacing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election yesterday. Maine Senator Susan Collins said Whoever is elected November in November should nominate the replacement President Trump telling supporters at a rally in North Carolina last night. I will be putting for the nominee next week. It will be a woman. Senate Republicans say they're ready to act as soon as President Trump makes his selection, Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn tells Fox and friends You're going to see us, as is our responsibility to be certain that we have a full court and are able to address the issues that are Thea Merican. People expect to be addressed. But Democratic Senator Chris Coons as half of our states are already voting for the next president. We should honor Justice Ginsburg's last wish and let the voters pick the next president. The next president. Pick the next Justice Coons on Fox News Sunday.

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Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:03 min | 11 months ago

Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

"President trump. And his administration had done their jobs. Early on with this crisis, Merican schools would be open and open safely. Instead American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. Mr President or are you? Where are you? Why aren't you working on this? We need emergency support funding for schools and we need it now. Sue. President. That's your job. That's your job. Today Joe Biden called the opening of of schools quote a National Emergency Joe. Biden said that if he were elected president, he would direct. Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide emergency relief funding to immediately help K. through twelve schools with ventilation personal protective equipment, and hiring more teachers in other words, provide federal government funding to give schools and teachers what they need to actually reopen schools and what parents need to trust the reopening of schools joining us. Now, is Linda Darling, Hammond President, and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and a professor at Stanford. University. She is one of the education officials who briefed the vice-president Biden about his school reopening plan also with us Dr J. Blackstock an emergency medical physician. She is also the founder and CEO of advancing health equity and a Yahoo News medical contributor. Dr Let me start with you. What do you think is the science requires for the reopening of schools. So that there are several factors at play. The most important factor is the community transmission rate currently the CDC in whol staying five percent competivity rate anything about that. It's not safe to open and so looking at that number only are a number of areas throughout the country that are prepared open New York City with positive rate of less than one percent, and then after looking at community transmission rate have to think about the resources that schools have spent elation math being able to a separate cohort students into smaller groups having faith as well as school nurses. So all those factors are incredibly important for parents to consider. When deciding to send their kids to school Linda Darling Hammond. Did you advise Joe Biden. A needed to be done for the reopening of schools. Well, there's a couple of things that we need. Certainly, we need all of the things that the doctor just listed. In schools in order to make them safe and there are costs associated with those things. Thus far, the Recovery Act that has been passed has spent less than one percent of all that money on supporting schools to get the resources that they need to be able to open in addition to the things that were just mentioned. There's the need for additional cleaning and disinfecting and there's the need for adequate testing and tracing so that if there are cases they can be immediately dealt. With in quarantine So we need the funding that's been held up in the Congress ought to get to school so that those things are available We also need clear guidance from the CDC about the level of infection at which a community can safely open schools and the ways in which they should treat cases for quarantining and closing down when there are cases that occur in schools. All of those things are being taken up by the states but right now, the states have had quite a big hit in terms of the economy and so they are operating quite often in deficit and need of the federal support in order to be able to do the job that needs to be done. Let's listen to what Dr Anthony Veltri told Andrea Mitchell today about the infection rate and how it is still running much too high. About forty, thousand a day. Right around forty thousand new cases. That's an unacceptably high baseline. We've gotta get down I'd like to see a ten thousand or less hopefully less. So Really WanNa use this opportunity almost to have plea to the people in this country to realize that we really still need to get our arms around this and to suppress these types of surges that we've seen.

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Fauci urges Americans to be careful and optimistic amid virus surge

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci urges Americans to be careful and optimistic amid virus surge

"As the nation sees a corona virus case surgeon Dr Anthony Fauci is urging Americans to both be careful and optimistic international institutes of health webcast director Francis Collins asked about she a simple question what should we know about the current state of the art thou TI's response to his boss the current state is really not good with what he calls a record breaking number of new confirmed cases a day forty one of fifty states seeing rises we are still need deep in the first wave of this crowd she and Collins both say they know what Merican Sir tired of hearing it but they must wear masks keep their distance wash their hands eventually felt she says science will get them through this hang in there it will end we promise you solder make ani Washington

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"merican" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"merican" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To get out of it maybe you want to get into something where the best deals all those things for summer travel right now the the airlines are it is said it Merican is adding I think a hundred planes back into their inventory because they would like to reduce the it was a kind of a crazy thing they like to make a lower their load factors because people want to feel like they're going to be middle seats available middle seats you know empty not really the case what they're doing is the cost of a lot of money to park these plans is not like you just turn off the key and walk away it's a lot of man hours to get a plan prepared for storage it's a lot of man hours to get that plane prepared to come out of storage and the reason why they're doing it is because we're seeing a little bit of an uptick in summer travel demand and they want to get ready for it and if in fact they're flying at forty percent load factors in the block a middle seat that's a nice coincidence but they're actually trying to repair you go look at the numbers about ten days ago the TSA screened about five hundred thousand passengers will more than five hundred thousand which is the biggest number since the pandemic started it's now drop down to about three hundred seventy nine thousand three to eighty thousand that's only about fourteen to fifteen percent of what was a year ago today so let's not get totally excited but they're trying to get prepared yeah it's a weird feeling I know I've I've not been to the airports is holding started by a friend who doing the walk through and they're like man it's it's so empty and and there were airports before deregulation with there were always empty they were almost built to be empty right when you would go through them in the nineteen seventies because they they they were required to be open and take a certain amount of commercial flights whether people want to go there now and that's sort of the feeling I would imagine that people are having or old enough to remember that because it's like it's it's like hair you never it whether it's hair or Charlotte or LA acts or any you know any of the big airports they did you don't feel like there's just a trillion people there and right now I wonder when we're going to find our way back to that can we do that before there's a vaccine I don't know well the irony here you talk about the airports that were there because they had to be under the new rules of the federal bailout for the airlines the department of transportation canelo Ireland's to drop service altogether to secondary or tertiary airports in a in a particular state so for example American Airlines has pulled out of Oakland California forever because they can claim they also fly to San Jose and and San Francisco in LAX so the the the community server get really hurt over the next six months to a year and then beyond that other small communities that had service but are not considered you know compelling enough in terms of their numbers to justify it in this environment all right go back to the phone calls through into ninety one seventy two under Peter Greenberg is here learn that because what will happen that what is happening in the roadway well there's a protest going on on the northwest side Lawrence is closed between central and Milwaukee for that there's also a demonstration going on in Orland park on the corners of one hundred forty third in lagrange road and that should wrap up around six also Chicago's our streets outdoor dining program has Broadway shut down between Belmont and diversity and Russia's close between oak and state will remain closed until Monday morning I'm Lauren lapkus from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death it's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain straining.

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Tech's free speech debate is about Zuckerberg vs. Dorsey

All Things Considered

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Tech's free speech debate is about Zuckerberg vs. Dorsey

"Many Americans are facing different realities disparities in covert nineteen deaths for one and right now they're expressing outrage over different things for some stay at home orders have moved them to protest for others it's police violence against unarmed citizens it can feel as though we're living in two different countries so we're talking about that today and one of the places where you can feel America's divide is social media we're divisions are also stoked by trolls and disinformation social media companies try to monitor that to varying degrees and with varying success but even that is divisive as we've seen this week when president trump expressed fury after some of his tweets were flagged by Twitter for potentially misleading information about mail in balloting then yesterday the company flag one of his tweets about the Minneapolis protest for quote unquote glorifying violence president trump signed an executive order aiming to weaken legal protections tech companies have had for years it's unclear whether he has the authority to do that but given all the events of recent days we want to talk more about this so we've called three prominent figures in this debate Karen Swisher is the co founder of Rico that's a site focused on tech news and New York times contributing writer has been pushing Twitter in particular to take far more aggressive steps in policing false information Swisher welcome back thanks for joining us once again thanks so much financial or is the executive director of aspen digital that's a non partisan organization that researches issues related to tech and digital media and she has a long resume in both digital and traditional media including as a president and CEO of NPR so we very much welcome back to you via thanks Michelle glad to be here Matthew Feeney is the director of the project on emerging technologies at the Cato Institute that's a libertarian research and advocacy group here in Washington DC Matthew Feeney welcome to you thank you for joining us as well no thanks for having me the cast which I'm going to start with you because on Wednesday you wrote an op ed in The New York Times this is after Twitter label to the president's tweets regarding mail in ballots as potentially misleading and they added some contextual information and you called this move a baby step why well it's the first thing they can do I mean a lot of they could have banned them they could have taken down the tweet they could have a lot of things but this is the first time Twitter is ever done any kind of I don't want to use the word punishment this is the wrong thing they've ever taken any action against president trump when he violates their rules which he does all the time you know we could spend a whole program talking about this will tell us more broadly what's your point of view about this well I think they are like publishers and so they have some responsibility instead they allow all district to wash over their platforms and in fact get taken advantage of by malevolent forces and so I think they should do more monitoring of it to fit first of all I love them just to get rid of some of the stuff that's obviously used for propaganda but they just let anybody do anything and what it does is create this sort of giant mass of humanity which nobody knows what is true or not and then other players take advantage of it Alex Jones was the most famous obviously he got tossed off all the platforms so you usually what I want to say you are here and your own capacity as a media executive as a person with a deep background in addition to working at NPR as a president CEO you also work for Twitter but I'm going to ask you on your own hook to tell us what you think about this week's news look I think Twitter has been slow on this I think they should have taken action some time ago that said these are really tricky decisions Twitter now that they've taken an action with the president it's going to be really difficult for them to keep up you know there are five hundred million tweets roughly that are sent every day and there are already calls across the board of what about this tweet what about that tweet and it's going to be very very tricky for them I'm glad they took the move but now the camel's nose in the tent Mr anywhere your thoughts I think this puts on not just with about other social media comes into a tough spot here which is that they are trying to figure out how to moderate this kind of content while remaining in the eyes of the uses the gentleman and it's not a surprise to me at all that in the wake of a good decision to fact check that they have been allegations of inconsistency but anyone looking for inconsistency and this debate is is short to find its there are hundreds of hours of footage uploaded to YouTube every minute there are hundreds of millions of tweets posted every day Hey the system won't be perfect and in fact the way that these phones tree contents depends not oftentimes on the Afrin content itself but what's being said about this and and that is something I wish more people understood in the debate which is a really really hard decisions and unfortunately causing a lot of people on the political rights in the United States of feeling bad somehow agencies would be better at this than private companies and while I think will will never be completely happy with how these private firms navigate these difficult content moderation decisions I would much prefer a private family of public failure in this film while some are because I think of the history of government regulation of speech reveals lessons namely that we should be wary office the fact is that social media is much more than Silicon Valley and their alternatives out there of course the the interesting thing about all of this is that in this debate many people on the Merican conservative space seem to forget that competition is is valuable there all of the social media networks out there well Mister you raised the issue that is it's you know we raising it kind of as a back drop here but it is actually a very big part of this whole discussion which is that there is this argument on the right which is certainly embraced by president trump that these companies social media companies are silencing conservative voices but Democrats and progressives have their own criticisms which is that these platforms have no standards and allow people to be libeled and slandered and somebody's very painful and in some cases dangerous ways I mean the data on the fact that women how women in particular women of color treated on these platforms and targeted particularly public figures who are women there's a great deal of data about the fact that and how they are targeted so she took care of so so the question then becomes you know how to do these things get address of care you want to jump in please do yeah I think let's be clear these are private companies they're not public squares and that's the one thing that seems to happen with the writer like my free speech rights be able to specifically you can't these are private companies owned by billionaires they can set whatever standards they want number one number two there's no evidence that there's any bias in anyway but there is evidence of his abuse of people of people getting abused by by the way on all sides and that's really the problem here is the ability to allow toxicity in lies to continue and that's something a private company should be dealing with but not legislated by the government there is there are certain things you can do and liabilities and things like that that media companies have had dealt with for for a very long time and so there's all kinds of solutions that are possible but I think the really problematic thing is considering these places to be the public square did you can do anything on me what do you think should happen here well I completely agree that there is no place for government regulation here that is a path to a very dangerous place but social media companies must take responsibility I applaud Twitter for actually making an effort here even though I think the path they're choosing is very difficult I was very disappointed in mark Zuckerberg's statements on fox news of all places saying that they don't want to be quote unquote the arbiters of truth they already are algorithms serve certain truths even if they're not human intervention involved they are going to have to I think eventually take some action the oversight board is a step but it's it's not enough we are in a moment now where these divisions have come to the fore we know for a fact that sometimes these mechanisms are used to kind of organize protest organized too really it globally certainly it is the case that they've been used both by people who are trying to find ways to resist government oppression but they've also been used by governments to advance oppressive mechanisms right so do they have a role here to play right now that you think would be constructive and I guess I'll start with you Kerr Swisher yeah absolutely they've been doing a very good job on cove in nineteen information they've been stamping out all kinds of bad health information except for president trump's they took down a bowl scenario they took down Maduro they took down a lot of stuff there and a lot of other stuff so during cove and it shows all of them Facebook Twitter all of them can do it and they can do it well and there was no controversy about that so they're totally capable but they're also capable of creating commonality look at all of the really wonderful stuff from Sarah Cooper to comics to people making jokes that can be used for commonality in a really positive way it's just they're designed towards in rage meant and that's the engagement is designed towards arrangement and that's

"merican" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"merican" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

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Trump announces suspension of immigration to 'protect jobs' amid the coronavirus pandemic

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump announces suspension of immigration to 'protect jobs' amid the coronavirus pandemic

"The president providing details about is called a halt immigration amid the corona virus outbreak by posing immigration will help but contemplate a Merican first in line for jobs as America reopens sergeant from told reporters the suspension would last sixty days it would apply to those looking for permanent residency argued it wouldn't be fair for Americans laid off because of covert nineteen to be replaced by new immigrant labor the president first announced an executive order temporarily suspending immigration on Twitter

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"merican" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"merican" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Hit music station friend Naji live until noon so Merican some all over the place receiving their first batch of really fun this week revealed that he has a wife and a kid in the room that's a nice big chunk what you'll do with that I'm gonna pay bills be honest reveal are you gonna pay bills or you gonna pay some bills and then maybe regular offer like to get on the ship yeah I don't know we're not spending any of it actually we're we're using it yeah that's not that interesting mark count smart yeah that's good Paulina I got to say that because just might be listening several really which is a in order no no no no we're actually saving yeah the units eight years ago spend it no I'm saving as a poly don't really want to get a condo hopefully by you know always talk this is our place place in her savings account there's another person to be happy with that Paul and we heard yesterday that she does not dissipate you guys are gonna live together and then she gets paid to she's gonna move in later in her life in a one bedroom condo so there's no room for now she'll just be like Aussie but you after all this is done for you letting her live letting you live in her house for third almost thirty years you would think that would make room for her and buy her something instead like like I want to recheck kind of level of my life I could buy her her own little condo little senior citizen you know like a she shed in the back is that your plaid maybe all the little guest house in the back house with a coach house that's nice if you if you live in the big house but you're gonna buy her a small house in the back of your home she's going to go to your place and where she was all over your house.

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Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny plugging heart suggested Perdue to their know horns that that we just major have a and couple waving spring of flags weeks and summer plenty after festivals the Michigan of he food had that tested conservative for have been all postponed positive of our citizens coalition until for later covert this noting nineteen organized year the closure should a that rally his be wife counseled of to a protest Smithfield now has out the the right governor disease foods and strict now Cuomo the plant essence lockdown told in festival his South TV Dakota tavern audience is the worker heeding where news more Danniella during that than five call an interview Foro hundred with organizers his workers brother she can't are say New collect infected they York hope unemployment governor that with pushing cope Andrew with I the have event nineteen Cuomo bills back to from pay he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible that's to pandemic a fact good food but was they because I say the know one it's of thing clear this this that is after he I a want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen it's that affecting that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring but is for health him governor strong to since try Gretchen he to put got the Whitmer sick resilient event on and is that before her pushing reward twenty and back twenty say turned the efforts out ends that but to she some get it got me economists is to unclear change ill policy when say I'm the there Oscar event could based wells might Gabriel be on meet be politics scheduled shortages next even year I the C. I'm I'm Oscar not E. focusing O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield on politics says the closure I'm trying of to the save Sioux lives falls here plant in Las which Vegas produces Nevada about five mayor percent Carolyn of Goodman the nation's says pork the products health lockdowns is are pushing killing the country the tourist perilously industry which her close city to runs the edge on in even terms Ohio's of our Republican meat supply governor Mike DeWine Jackie Quinn is facing Washington growing pressure to reopen his state I'm Jackie Quinn

Carolyn Mike Dewine Oscar Whitmer Andrew Dakota Tavern Sonny Secretary Washington Jackie Quinn Ohio Goodman Chris Cuomo Nevada Vegas Gabriel Wells Gretchen York
Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny plugging heart suggested Perdue to their know horns that that we just major have a and couple waving spring of flags weeks and summer plenty after festivals the Michigan of he food had that tested conservative for have been all postponed positive of our citizens coalition until for later covert this noting nineteen organized year the closure should a that rally his be wife counseled of to a protest Smithfield now has out the the right governor disease foods and strict now Cuomo the plant essence lockdown told in festival his South TV Dakota tavern audience is the worker heeding where news more Danniella during that than five call an interview Foro hundred with organizers his workers brother she can't are say New collect infected they York hope unemployment governor that with pushing cope Andrew with I the have event nineteen Cuomo bills back to from pay he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible that's to pandemic a fact good food but was they because I say the know one it's of thing clear this this that is after he I a want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen it's that affecting that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring but is for health him governor strong to since try Gretchen he to put got the Whitmer sick resilient event on and is that before her pushing reward twenty and back twenty say turned the efforts out ends that but to she some get it got me economists is to unclear change ill policy when say I'm the there Oscar event could based wells might Gabriel be on meet be politics scheduled shortages next even year I the C. I'm I'm Oscar not E. focusing O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield on politics says the closure I'm trying of to the save Sioux lives falls here plant in Las which Vegas produces Nevada about five mayor percent Carolyn of Goodman the nation's says pork the products health lockdowns is are pushing killing the country the tourist perilously industry which her close city to runs the edge on in even terms Ohio's of our Republican meat supply governor Mike DeWine Jackie Quinn is facing Washington growing pressure to reopen his state I'm Jackie Quinn

Carolyn Mike Dewine Oscar Whitmer Andrew Dakota Tavern Sonny Secretary Washington Jackie Quinn Ohio Goodman Chris Cuomo Nevada Vegas Gabriel Wells Gretchen York
Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands protest Michigan governor's social distance order

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny plugging heart suggested Perdue to their know horns that that we just major have a and couple waving spring of flags weeks and summer plenty after festivals the Michigan of he food had that tested conservative for have been all postponed positive of our citizens coalition until for later covert this noting nineteen organized year the closure should a that rally his be wife counseled of to a protest Smithfield now has out the the right governor disease foods and strict now Cuomo the plant essence lockdown told in festival his South TV Dakota tavern audience is the worker heeding where news more Danniella during that than five call an interview Foro hundred with organizers his workers brother she can't are say New collect infected they York hope unemployment governor that with pushing cope Andrew with I the have event nineteen Cuomo bills back to from pay he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible that's to pandemic a fact good food but was they because I say the know one it's of thing clear this this that is after he I a want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen it's that affecting that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring but is for health him governor strong to since try Gretchen he to put got the Whitmer sick resilient event on and is that before her pushing reward twenty and back twenty say turned the efforts out ends that but to she some get it got me economists is to unclear change ill policy when say I'm the there Oscar event could based wells might Gabriel be on meet be politics scheduled shortages next even year I the C. I'm I'm Oscar not E. focusing O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield on politics says the closure I'm trying of to the save Sioux lives falls here plant in Las which Vegas produces Nevada about five mayor percent Carolyn of Goodman the nation's says pork the products health lockdowns is are pushing killing the country the tourist perilously industry which her close city to runs the edge on in even terms Ohio's of our Republican meat supply governor Mike DeWine Jackie Quinn is facing Washington growing pressure to reopen his state I'm Jackie Quinn

Carolyn Mike Dewine Oscar Whitmer Andrew Dakota Tavern Sonny Secretary Washington Jackie Quinn Ohio Goodman Chris Cuomo Nevada Vegas Gabriel Wells Gretchen York
Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny heart suggested Perdue to know that that we just major have a couple spring of weeks and summer plenty after festivals of he food had that tested for have been all postponed positive of our citizens until for later covert this noting nineteen year the closure should that his be wife counseled of a Smithfield now has out the right disease foods and now Cuomo the plant essence told in festival his South TV Dakota audience is the heeding where news more during that than five call an interview hundred with organizers his workers brother are say New infected they York hope governor that with pushing cope Andrew with the event nineteen Cuomo back from he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible to pandemic good food but was they because say the one it's of thing clear this that after he I want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen that that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring is for health him strong to since try he to put got the sick resilient event on and that before her reward twenty and twenty say turned out ends that but she some it got economists is unclear ill when say I'm the there Oscar event could wells might Gabriel be meet be scheduled shortages next even year the C. I'm Oscar E. O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny heart suggested Perdue to know that that we just major have a couple spring of weeks and summer plenty after festivals of he food had that tested for have been all postponed positive of our citizens until for later covert this noting nineteen year the closure should that his be wife counseled of a Smithfield now has out the right disease foods and now Cuomo the plant essence told in festival his South TV Dakota audience is the heeding where news more during that than five call an interview hundred with organizers his workers brother are say New infected they York hope governor that with pushing cope Andrew with the event nineteen Cuomo back from he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible to pandemic good food but was they because say the one it's of thing clear this that after he I want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen that that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring is for health him strong to since try he to put got the sick resilient event on and that before her reward twenty and twenty say turned out ends that but she some it got economists is unclear ill when say I'm the there Oscar event could wells might Gabriel be meet be scheduled shortages next even year the C. I'm Oscar E. O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo New Orleans Sonny Heart Perdue Smithfield Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary York Andrew Oscar Oscar E. O. Wells Gabriel Sioux Falls
Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Essence Festival canceled over COVID-19 fears

"Agriculture earlier Chris Cuomo this week says secretary the it mayor breaks of New Orleans his Sonny heart suggested Perdue to know that that we just major have a couple spring of weeks and summer plenty after festivals of he food had that tested for have been all postponed positive of our citizens until for later covert this noting nineteen year the closure should that his be wife counseled of a Smithfield now has out the right disease foods and now Cuomo the plant essence told in festival his South TV Dakota audience is the heeding where news more during that than five call an interview hundred with organizers his workers brother are say New infected they York hope governor that with pushing cope Andrew with the event nineteen Cuomo back from he the said independence American seeing to his day be wife weekend you get might the to virus the be fall worried that has about sparked might access a global be possible to pandemic good food but was they because say the one it's of thing clear this that after he I want hearing had to hoped assure from health would you not officials happen that that it would almost Merican be a mentor way food that too his supply risky wife had to been public caring is for health him strong to since try he to put got the sick resilient event on and that before her reward twenty and twenty say turned out ends that but she some it got economists is unclear ill when say I'm the there Oscar event could wells might Gabriel be meet be scheduled shortages next even year the C. I'm Oscar E. O. wells Gabriel of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo New Orleans Sonny Heart Perdue Smithfield Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary York Andrew Oscar Oscar E. O. Wells Gabriel Sioux Falls
Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

"Agriculture Chris Cuomo says secretary it breaks his Sonny heart Perdue to know that we just have a couple of weeks plenty after of he food had tested for all positive of our citizens for covert noting nineteen the closure that his wife of a Smithfield now has the disease foods Cuomo plant told in his South TV Dakota audience the where news more during than five an interview hundred with his workers brother are New infected York governor with cope Andrew with nineteen Cuomo he said American seeing to his be wife you get might the virus be worried that has about sparked access a global to pandemic good food was because the one of thing this that he I want had to hoped assure would you not happen that almost Merican a mentor food that his supply wife had been caring is for him strong since he got sick resilient and that her reward and say turned out that but she some got economists ill say I'm there Oscar could wells Gabriel be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo Perdue Smithfield Andrew Merican Wells Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary Infected York Oscar Sioux Falls
Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

"Agriculture Chris Cuomo says secretary it breaks his Sonny heart Perdue to know that we just have a couple of weeks plenty after of he food had tested for all positive of our citizens for covert noting nineteen the closure that his wife of a Smithfield now has the disease foods Cuomo plant told in his South TV Dakota audience the where news more during than five an interview hundred with his workers brother are New infected York governor with cope Andrew with nineteen Cuomo he said American seeing to his be wife you get might the virus be worried that has about sparked access a global to pandemic good food was because the one of thing this that he I want had to hoped assure would you not happen that almost Merican a mentor food that his supply wife had been caring is for him strong since he got sick resilient and that her reward and say turned out that but she some got economists ill say I'm there Oscar could wells Gabriel be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo Perdue Smithfield Andrew Merican Wells Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary Infected York Oscar Sioux Falls
Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

"Agriculture Chris Cuomo says secretary it breaks his Sonny heart Perdue to know that we just have a couple of weeks plenty after of he food had tested for all positive of our citizens for covert noting nineteen the closure that his wife of a Smithfield now has the disease foods Cuomo plant told in his South TV Dakota audience the where news more during than five an interview hundred with his workers brother are New infected York governor with cope Andrew with nineteen Cuomo he said American seeing to his be wife you get might the virus be worried that has about sparked access a global to pandemic good food was because the one of thing this that he I want had to hoped assure would you not happen that almost Merican a mentor food that his supply wife had been caring is for him strong since he got sick resilient and that her reward and say turned out that but she some got economists ill say I'm there Oscar could wells Gabriel be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo Perdue Smithfield Andrew Merican Wells Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary Infected York Oscar Sioux Falls
Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo's wife tests positive for COVID-19

"Agriculture Chris Cuomo says secretary it breaks his Sonny heart Perdue to know that we just have a couple of weeks plenty after of he food had tested for all positive of our citizens for covert noting nineteen the closure that his wife of a Smithfield now has the disease foods Cuomo plant told in his South TV Dakota audience the where news more during than five an interview hundred with his workers brother are New infected York governor with cope Andrew with nineteen Cuomo he said American seeing to his be wife you get might the virus be worried that has about sparked access a global to pandemic good food was because the one of thing this that he I want had to hoped assure would you not happen that almost Merican a mentor food that his supply wife had been caring is for him strong since he got sick resilient and that her reward and say turned out that but she some got economists ill say I'm there Oscar could wells Gabriel be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Chris Cuomo Perdue Smithfield Andrew Merican Wells Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary Infected York Oscar Sioux Falls
South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

Sonny Perdue South Dakota Smithfield Jackie Quinn Washington Secretary Smithfield Foods Merican Sioux Falls
"merican" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"merican" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It shows American people here shortly Merican people that we are willing and able to work together to get a job done for them so we thank our Republicans support those who will be supporting the bill appreciate the president joining us with his tweet Mr trump tweet just before nine PM capped several days of back and forth hello she reportedly was delaying or hindering the talks by tried at taxpayer financing of abortions to the built to combat the coronavirus the house legislation will expand access to free testing provide one billion in food aid and extensively benefits of all the real Americans the bill goes over the Senate which is expected to take it up as early as Monday the president says he's taking a big step to unlock more resources to fight the virus to unleash the full power of the federal government to decipher today I am officially declaring a national emergency two very big words Mr trump says the early testing George was not his fault no I don't take responsibility at all because we were given a a set of circumstances and we were given rules regulations and specifications from a different time wasn't meant for this kind of an event as of midnight Friday the travel ban a twenty six European countries is now in place for thirty days lots of in cutting back and flying is some nations restrict travel and consumers decide not to fly for fear of contracting the virus delta airlines is slashing its flying by forty percent Roger rockets at the base housing U. S. and other coalition troops north of Baghdad Iraq security officials said Saturday just days after a similar attack killed three servicemen including two Americans more the stories at town hall dot com okay you're not perfect like millions of other hard working Americans you have a tax debt the question is what are you gonna do about it option a you can do nothing which isn't a very good option eventually the taxes will double or triple in size and the bad news goes up from there or option beat you tackle it head on with the.

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"merican" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"merican" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And he is with us on the court how are you Clark thank you for your time certainly any you are a saver at work and I'm happy to hear that thank you I try to say if I want to retire and be happy a good set how can I be of service when you're already doing the most important part of it you're saving money well quite so this is a new job that a guy with a nonprofit organization prior I work at a university where we had a four three B. plans through tiaa CREF but my new company has American funds and so forth we be if they were to contest the match they give a four percent here Merican finds is a good company they offer a good variety of fines that are very well respected they are a moderate cost fund house but if you at least put an end to the plan at the non profit up to where you grab all the match money that would be where you'd want to start and then the priority from there which comes it is setting up your own Roth IRA but you could find outside of what your employer does and so you to have the money you're putting into the employer plan grabbing all the match and then everything else you do do and one of the low cost choices like on my investment guide in the Roth IRA how much money are you in a position to save each year well right now I'm trying to get to the Max I'm going to stick to that for a while while I'm finishing off the lawn okay that's great and you'll pick up all the match money correct yeah so you're doing a great thing and just keep doing that once you paid off those debts then I'd like you to look at doing the Roth IRA should I roll over my money from my previous employer definitely not you want to leave that money where it is and let it continue to do its thing in the old employer account right that's good to know and continued success paying down those debts and saving money and I'm excited that you're picking up the employer match of popping money and for retirement at the same time as you're working to.

Clark Merican
"merican" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Here's Merican Rachel talking about what led up to that. You spent three years taking bookings data and research to ground in working local leaders to build the civic capacity lay the groundwork for this action. They're taking now. What did that process look like? And what did you learn? As we've increasingly explored problem solving. With city regions across the country, we've established a pretty standard approach bridging research, into practical application and impact. It involves organizing these diverse groups of stakeholders undertaking market diagnostics, recess meets using the research. But grounded with local researchers as well to ensure that capacity is built up locally, and that our national level analysis is enhanced and reaffirmed by local understanding, and then taking all of those actors through a process of strategy goal setting tactic development and operational design for implementation getting commitments from the very. Is interests to taking on ownership of those tactics? And finally figuring out how to measure, whether you're successful or not. The inland. Empire strategy building off your report in collaboration with the region outlined. Several embellishes efforts to strengthen both existing industries, like logistics and manufacturing and support new ones like security. Why are these significant what we uncovered through the opportunity industries analysis -application to the inland empire was, there were three areas where you could intervene toward more inclusive, economic development, and upper tune ity. The first is looking at your existing sectors, the really big job generators and determining whether you could improve the quality of jobs in those core industries foundational industries in the inland empire, advanced manufacturing still has a significant presence logistics of Asli an enormous presence. So the question was, how can we move those kinds of firms up, the value chain or those sex? Ters how we could move those sectors up the value chain in order to generate higher quality jobs over the long term, and how he could benefit also incumbent workers in those sectors to respond to issues of digitalization automation over the next period of years. Second. We're able to identify emerging industries emerging sectors where there was likely greater opportunity in good and promising job creation, that helps economic developers and other policymakers to focus their investments and efforts on the kinds of sectors that are going to create the quality jobs. We wanna see versus looking more.

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"merican" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"He wants Merican immigration to look, more like Canada's and Australia's they have a point based or America's system immigrants with higher. Qualifications would get more points. Trump has always wanted to reduce family based immigration. If you're a foreign born citizen here, you can bring over your spouse or your parents, and today that's the dominant system and Trump. Complains that brings in too many unskilled immigrants. He wants to create a whole new visa category. The build America visa, what's been the reception to the plan, so far. Well ought to even before he stepped up to the Mike in the rose garden this afternoon, the leaked version of his plan was being slammed from the left and the right immigration hardliners say it allows too many immigrants into the country every year, it would keep pieces at the current level, which is about one point one million these year on the left, I called Ben Johnson. He's executive director of the American immigration lawyers association, and he says his problem is that Trump is pitting, one group of immigrants against another the idea that family migration is somehow a drag on the American economy or the American communities. It's just wrong. You know, the ability for people to live with their families as an important part of them being successful in their new country. And critics say one of the big problems with Trump's plan on on first glance is why and why it's going to face such opposition is doesn't say. Anything about the nearly seven hundred thousand dreamers. These are the young people who were brought to the country illegally as children. They now have work permits and protection against deportation. But it's tenuous and Democrats have been insisting from the beginning that the administration has to do something about the dreamers. This plan is also supposed to address border security and asylum applicants, what does it say about that? Well, there's not many specific city gave today at creates a self sustaining border security trust fund that will be funded. He says, from fees generated at the border crossings, he said his plan will screen out asylum seekers who have frivolous claims of persecution back home, and they'll be promptly returned. But again, we need to wait and see the particulars of the plan that the White House should be releasing sin. Meanwhile, John, what's the situation like at the border at this point? Well, the White House continues to point to the crisis, the border to drive, the debate on his immigration reforms, a two and a half year old Guatemalan toddler died in El Paso area hospital just on Tuesday night, the Guatemalan consul says he had pneumonia he crossed the border with his mother some five weeks earlier. And remember, this is the fourth migrant child to die in the last six months, the crossing numbers are still out of sight, last month more than one hundred nine thousand migrants, check into custody after crossing the border without authorization. The border patrol says it's so overwhelmed. It's building ten cities to house them there on the border, and it's resorting to fly them to other cities looking for detention space. And this is an especially dangerous times across the river spring, rains have swollen, the Rio Grande earlier this month, a raft capsized in the swift current and two children. Drowned that's NPR's. John burnett. Thank you for your reporting, you bet Audie. Alabama's governor Kay Ivey has signed into law. The most restrictive abortion legislation in the country. The law bans abortion in almost all cases, there are no exceptions for rape, or incest. In a statement released after the signing the governor acknowledged that this Bill may force. The supreme court to quote revisit the landmark abortion ruling Roe versus Wade. That goal is shared by our next guest. Erik Johnston is the president of the Alabama pro-life coalition. And he wrote the Bill, welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me, this print court has held for more than forty five years, that women have a constitutional right to access abortion, in the US as such this law is currently unenforceable. So do agree with governor IV that the primary goal of this law is to get the supreme court to revisit Roe versus Wade. Yes, I agree with that in this way that we want to stop abortion of unborn children. And the only way we can do that is to go back and revisit the road decision. So this law is in effect vehicle to do that. But the real purpose of this law is to save the lives of unborn children, but it cannot as. As of now be put into practice. So that goal seems unachievable unless and until the supreme court overturns Roe that is correct. We expected to be holdings of unconstitutionality in the trial, court and the pellet court and then we are hopeful that the supreme court will agree to review the case at that point. The prominent televangelist Pat Robertson who's been vocally opposed to abortion believes this lawn. Alabama goes too far. Let's listen to part of what he said yesterday and his program, the seven hundred club extreme they wanna challenge over. Swayed. My humble is that this is not the case, we want to bring in court because I think this one, how do you respond to that concern that the state of Alabama is overplaying its here? Well, no, I don't think so. I know that, that Robson is a lawyer preacher, and so forth and been around a long time. But I think he's very wrong on that. How this Bill offers probably the cleanest presentation of a challenge to Roe that you could come up with, because it's just very simple. And its definition of what an unborn child is, and in the application of the law, merely saying that it's a crime to, to perform abortion, you're saying, because it's lack and white. It's a better case for the supreme court to take rather than something more incremental. Well, you know, you can't dress the person who had issue an incremental basis if you face head on what Romains you just have to have a very simple Bill simple statement of law to do that. The debate over this law broke down over whether there should be an exception for rape, and incest, and. The final version does not include those exceptions, which means a man who rapes and impregnates, a woman faces a penalty that could in some cases, be less severe than the doctor who ends the pregnancy at the woman's request. Do you think that disparity is appropriate? Yes. If we are saying that the unborn child is a person, then he like you and I are walking around people if we are killed it's murder. And so we treated the same way we're consistent. The penalty for ripe is not as much because you're not killing a person. But if the US court determines row was incorrect and that the unborn child is a person, then that person should be entitled to all the protection of law. And so when you take his life, you pay the penalty for it that also with that kind of a penalty will stop there from being the back alley abortions as they say, because the deterrent will be significant this law does not punish women who choose to have an abortion, if you believe that person hood begins at conception and that abortion is murder. Would you like to see women who choose to end pregnancy be punished for that? Now it's been our policies in Severi, beginning that when we deal with the abortion issue. We don't penalize the woman she is already in a very bad situation, and we want to help her through that situation and by putting penalties on it just adds to that. So we've never put penalties on women. You haven't. But if in your view abortion, is murder. Why not? Well, you say, well, she's complicit in the murder. Well, that, that is something that we have to deal with. But that is a choice that we made because she is in the middle of the process, and we don't want to make her an accomplice is that just a political choice. Now, I think that's the real choice that we want is we try to reach out to women. Our goal is not just to say the lives of the babies, but to help women most of the laws, we've done the primary goal was to healthcare, the women because of the substandard care, they receive an abortion clinics. And yet, this law does not allow abortion women's health is in danger, only when a woman's life is in danger in that sense. It does seem to stop short of protecting women's health, it has exception for live to has exception for impairment of a major bodily function physically. It also has a suicide exception, and it has that emergency exception. Eric Johnson, president of the Alabama pro-life coalition who wrote the language of Alabama's abortion banned. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you very much for having me..

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"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He wants Merican immigration to Canada's and Australia's they have a point based or America's system immigrants with higher. Qualifications would get more points. Trump has always wanted to reduce family based immigration. If you're a foreign born citizen here, you can bring over your spouse or your parents and today, that's the dominant system and Trump complains that brings in too many unskilled immigrants. He wants to create a whole new visa category. The build America visa, what's been the reception to the plan, so far. Well, ought even before he stepped up to the Mike and the rose garden this afternoon. The leaked version of his plan was being slammed from the left and the right immigration hardliners say it allows too many immigrants into the country every year, it would keep visas at the current level, which is about one. Point one million visas a year on the left, I called, Ben Johnson. He's executive director of the American immigration lawyers association, and he says his problem is that Trump is pitting, one group of immigrants against another the idea that family migration is somehow a drag on the American economy, the American communities, there's just wrong. You know, the ability for people to live with their families as an important part of them being successful in their new country. And critics say one of the big problems with Trump's plan on first glance is why and why it's going to face such opposition doesn't say anything about the nearly seven hundred thousand dreamers. These are the young people who were brought to the country illegally as children. They now have work permits and protection against deportation. But it's tenuous and Democrats have been insisting from the beginning that the administration has to do something about the dreamers. This plan is also supposed to address border security and asylum applicants, what does it say about that? Well, there's not many. Pacific city gave today at creates a self sustaining border security trust fund that will be funded. He says, from fees generated at the border crossings. He said his plan will screen out asylum seekers who have frivolous claims of persecution back home, and they'll be promptly returned. But again, we need to wait and see the particulars of the plan that the White House should be releasing soon. Meanwhile, John, what's the situation like at the border at this point? Will the White House continues to point to the crisis of the border to drive, the debate on his immigration reforms a two and a half year old Guatemalan toddler died in El Paso area hospital just on Tuesday night, the quantum on console says he had pneumonia he crossed the border with his mother some five weeks earlier. And remember, this is the fourth migrant child to die in the last six months, the crossing numbers are still out of sight, last month more than one hundred nine thousand migrants, check into custody after crossing the border without authorization. The border patrol says it's so overwhelmed. It's building ten cities to house them there on the border, and it's resorting to fly them to other cities looking for detention space. And this is an especially dangerous times across the river spring, rains have swollen, the Rio Grande and earlier this month, a raft capsized in the swift current and two children drowned that's NPR's. John burnett. Thank you for your reporting, you bet Audie. Alabama's governor Kay Ivey has signed into law. The most restrictive abortion legislation in the country. The law bans abortion in almost all cases, there are no exceptions for rape, or incest. In a statement released after the signing the governor acknowledged that this Bill may force. The supreme court to quote revisit the landmark abortion ruling Rovers has wait. That goal is shared by our next guest. Erik Johnston is the president of the Alabama pro-life coalition. And he wrote the Bill, welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me, this print court has held for more than forty five years, that women have a constitutional right to access abortion, in the US as such this law is currently unenforceable. So do you agree with governor Ivy that the primary goal of this law is to get the supreme court to revisit Roe versus Wade? Yes, I agree with that in this way that we want to stop abortion of unborn children. And the only way we can do that is to go back and revisit the road decision. So this law is in effect vehicle to do that, that the real purpose of this law is to save the lives of unborn children, but it cannot as. As of now be put into practice. So that goals, seems unachievable unless and until the supreme court overturns Roe that is correct. We expected to be holdings of unconstitutionality and the trial court and the pellet court and then we are hopeful that the supreme court will agree to review, the case at that point, the prominent televangelist, Pat Robertson, who's been vocally opposed to abortion believes this law. And Alabama goes too far. Let's listen to part of what he said yesterday and his program the seven hundred club. It's stream all they want to challenge versus Wade. But my humble is the this is not the case. We want to bring the supreme court because I think this one lose. How do you respond to that concern that the state of Alabama is overplaying attend here? Well, no, I don't think so. I know that, that Robson is a lawyer preacher, and so forth and been around a long time, but I think he's very wrong on that. I think this Bill offers, probably the cleanest presentation of a challenge to ROY. Oh, that you could come up with just very simple. And its definition of what an unborn child is. And in the application of the law, merely saying that it's a crime to perform abortion, you're saying, because it's lack and white. It's a better case for the supreme court to take rather than something more incremental. Well, you know, you can't dress the person that issue incremental dice. If you face had on what Romains you just have to have a very simple build simple statement of law to do that, the debate over this law broke down over whether there should be an exception for rape, and incest, and the final version does not include those exceptions, which means a man who rapes and impregnates, a woman faces a penalty that could in some cases, be less severe than the doctor who ends the pregnancy at the woman's request. Do you think that disparity is appropriate? Yes. If we are saying that the unborn child is a person, then he like you and I are walking around people if we are killed it's murder. And so we treat it the same way where. Consistent the penalty for ripe is not as much because you're not killing a person. But if the US court determines row was incorrect and that the unborn child is a person, then that person should be entitled to all the protection of law. And so when you take his life, you pay the penalty for it that also with that kind of a penalty will stop there from being the back alley abortions as I say, because deterrent will be significant this law does not punish women who choose to have an abortion, if you believe that person hood begins at conception and that abortion is murder. Would you like to see women who choose to end pregnancy be punished for that? No, it's been our policies in Severi, beginning that when we deal with the abortion issue. We don't penalize the woman she is already in a very bad situation, and we want to help her through that situation and by putting penalties on it just adds to that. So we've never put penalties on women. I know you haven't but if in your view abortion, is murder. Why not? Well, you say, well, she's complicit in the murder. Well, that, that is something that we have to deal with. But that is a choice that we made because she is in the middle of the process, and we don't want to make her an accomplice is that just a political choice. Now. I think that's the real choice that we wanted we try to reach out to women. Our goal is not just to say the lives, the babies, but to help women most of the laws, we've done, the primary goal was to health healthcare, the women because of the substandard care. They were saving abortion clinics. And yet, this law does not allow abortion women's health is in danger. Only one woman's life is in danger, in that sense. It does seem to stop short of protecting a woman's health while it has exception for life that has exception for payment of a major bodily function physically. It also has a suicide exception, and it has that emergency exception. Eric Johnson, president of the Alabama pro-life coalition who wrote the language of Alabama's abortion ban. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you very much for having me..

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"merican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One hundred dishes point on the president's new immigration plan is D H is asking the Pentagon. Remember, they did get the Pentagon funds in the new Pentagon budget Democrats trying to prevent look past presidents of all done it, and that is unused funds can then be reappropriated for other projects. We have legislation that allows an authorizes the president laws. In other words that authorized, the president that, if there are if there's any drug dealing commerce lanes in the country. He has the authority to build the barriers, and the lights to stop them. Now they have not changed that law. And Secondly, the president is the commander in chief, if you have Merican being killed by illegal immigrant criminals, and then you have four thousand homicides in, in two years and thirty. Thousand sexual assaults in two years in hundred thousand violent assaults in two years. Maybe that then becomes about the safety the security, the American people first. And how do you argue against in the day and age of radical Islamic terrorists? How do you argue against keeping the border secure vetting those that want to come into this country illegally, not respecting our laws, and our sovereignty, and our borders? You know, we're gonna give priority to people to come in. I'm not against immigration. I don't really give a rip where you come from. I just wanna make sure that you're not here to commit any harm against any American and number two, you gotta be able to take care of yourself. We can't, you know, the cost is in over the years, the trillions of dollars when you add in the educational system, the healthcare system, the criminal Justice system, you know, these are simple basic, fundamental things. And the economic environment. The job environment has to be such that Americans are not losing out and getting lower pay because we're letting in too many unskilled, workers. You know, look at what these other countries do merit based immigration all over the world. We'll.

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"merican" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your IRA nine things that you really are vital to your retirement planning. So what exactly is an IRA? What does Irae stand for? It's interesting because considering how important they are individual retirement accounts IRA individual. They can't be enjoyed names. They can't be in corporate names that has to be in an individual's name. Well, they have been around for very long before think about this. Did you know that before eighteen seventy five private sector pension plans did not even exist in the US? And that's the year that the Merican express company created the country's first pension plan for elderly employees and also those with disabilities or the history of the IRA is much more recent IRA's on the back to nineteen seventy four nearly a century or American Express began paying retired and disabled workers small percentage of their pay for a pension. Yeah. Sure. Every member where they first came out in nineteen seventy four in reaction of public concern about the abuse and mismanagement of private pension funds, which continues today congress and acted the employee retirement income security act, commonly referred to as eraser eventually signed into law by president Gerald Ford as with many large government programs Orissa's regulatory impact was significant it covered everything from pension.

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"merican" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"merican" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Radiation is against it with a sledgehammer. I remember on TV that actor is he covered that topic. Yes. And he stated that radon is the number one cancer risk in the home. It is is that true. Yes. According to the surgeon general American lung association, Merican Cancer Society, not just number one cancer risk. It is the number one health risk bar. None and anyone's particular home. Well, okay. I got a question. How do I know if there's rate on in my house the only way to tell is do a test. You can't see it smell it tasted. They call. It the silent killer just like carbon monoxide, you can't physically sense it. So you have to do a test. You can easily by a test online. There's what the charcoal test kits. The Salman hardware stores. Home Depot seems like that. You can call us. We actually have a free test program and we use what's called a professional read on monitor. So people can actually see what the level is in their home before we come back to retrieve the device. Being honest about it. All right. So you come to my house, you might be spent for radon, and you find out there's rate on what what's the next step and just to go back a little bit. We may not test. The basement we may test. The first floor depends on how you house because radon Camby on the first floor to elevated levels, basically, though, if you test high, then we look at what's called a radon mitigation system mitigation, meaning we're getting rid of it. And depending on how the house is constructed. How what age it is. Because codes have changed over the years will determine on.

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"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Am boom rod i'm robert krulwich this is radio lab and today the story of a woman who became famous for being infamously invisible so she decided that the only solution was my name is alicia face pennington and i'm a us citizen by birth to make this video i was born at home and my parents neglected to file birth certificate or birth record of any kind she just figured out homeschool my entire life so i have no school records maybe there's somebody out there that has you know done this before so i was like well give it a shot i went to travel i want to get an education i want to just be a functioning merican that i can't until i can prove citizenship if you've been through a similar situation or know anyone who can help please contact me she put it up on youtube and then that was it i didn't expect anyone to watch it but my phone was just like notification after notification digging in the first week over one point i hadn't even like bid on youtube before that let alone like posted video so it was crazy it went up on reddit twitter you're seeing it on the front of snapchat daily my gosh people just couldn't believe it they were like can this seriously happen it just took off and then she just starts getting all these emails it was insane i was literally two emails every single second that's not an exaggeration i couldn't keep up with it like i could not read all of them coming from like germany in israel africa stralia india like worldwide.

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"merican" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"merican" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Yeah david hogg not so much now that's that is not a win for the gun control folks because i don't know if you watched him give his speech but it will he's i watched jessica jones on net flicks it's it's the marvel comics it's kind of like the lower budget because it's only for netflix he came across as a villain in a netflix marvel show i could have absolutely seen him facing iron fist and then at the end i posted the tweet of the fist him holding a raised fist in it i mean you were waiting for mussalini come up and it was it was tough and i love the rhetoric he starts off by saying this now is the time to come together not as democrats not as republicans but merican and then he rolls right into his attack which are all clearly directed at republicans in power called grass a corruption shackles the district of columbia the winter is over change is here the sun shines on a new day and the day is ours to those politicians supported by the ira that allow the continued slaughter of our children and our future i say get your resumes ready yes you childmurdering murdering people who are corrupt the cold end up corruption in watching the the the rally it was obvious that while it was sold as an anti gun violence rally and it was reported on as a pro gun control rally which is not the same thing what it turned out to be was an anti republican anti nra anti gun ownership rally there were there were signs all over the place with you know nra equals child murder hey hey nra was chant how many kids have you killed today and blood money blood on.

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"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"merican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Harry carter saudis acting career in one thousand nine hundred fifty s performed on the big screen the small screen and don't state for decades and i kind of shows like the phil silvers show bowser galactica and films like foxy brown being the business as long as he has he always a very important perspective on being the actor and the filmmaker to time in the ongoing merican history i'm very pleased and delighted to have my big brother terry carter welcome welcome thank you is yourself and you were on prime time television in nineteen fifty two yes but that was not fun last sci fi but but i guess i'm like to to to trigger you give me a given the audience a look back of the the orca progress as as actor present actor then also you as a filmmaker you've always had two trains running perhaps you could put it that way well i never thought of august wilson i i well actually my career did not begin until nineteen fifty three okay off broadway there was a a church on thirteenth street in greenwich village between sixth and seventh the if you were to drive by there you would think the churches through there but there's only the facade of its shirts story in the self okay they they tore the building down and they left the facade and build condominiums in the back but but nevertheless it was a synagogue church that is was a synagogue on saturdays on shabbat and on sundays it was a church and the rest of the time we had the run of the basement that's very new york isn't it so i i got much of my training there and i met some wonderful people some of whom became very famous and i keep me now who who oh god i i can't think i may you belong but for example we ever involved in the negro theatre up up at the no while they were doing negro theatre i was doing greenwich that way and in fact the first play that i did their lloyd br lloyd bridges bridges like no no no not lloyd director the average and lord richard richards yes lord richards the famous director he record raising the sides played my father wow displayed was the play called decision by edward trotter robin it was actually written about a white gi who comes home and.

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"merican" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"merican" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"About wheeler if i may by now you know when merican lugo wrote a comeback earner harvey's wrong but you know really come on a great favour this in the air but you know with with him crowing comedy for inning in never getting out of like the fifth year running the currentaccount local clan and you're going to shut them down like one hundred any any work why aren't emulated inherent concern i always back when you're on criminal record of course recommend orcre our therapy but you're here's the guy who was acquitted here's an overthrown right culinary career it quote him back in the current endures herman outcome i wanted cricketer time we got his parents won't like very clever i could see wheeler export a perfect regretting guy could really hope and then we'll go hope coming back i think that might be urged barnum and you don't have to worry about that any wherever commodore open your ardour or with the bullpen doing so bad and then you have somebody else in quakestricken agricultural games and we got our help with remote wrong what are you what i hear you but it's it's not that easy to transition from a starter to relief pitcher no forget a relief pitcher you know you got to be ready to pitch backtoback which coming off the surgery you don't know if he's going to be able to do that is a different mindset uh i i think they're pretty much going to just milk wheeler for as much as they can get up to how however hundred hundred twenty innings whatever the limit is and then probably shut him down or put him on some kind of programme in that may involve when the rosters expand having him in the bullpen or something but i i don't think so make they're going to be very very careful with that arm and right now here know you've same madsen lugo what are they right now needs steven mats when he was healthy had his little blips wary wasn't great so i don't know what you're going to get with him lugo pitch really well in the world baseball classic and got bombed in spring training was at a result of the terror and he is he going.

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