35 Burst results for "Mid July"

Farm where 4 were killed had separate shooting last summer

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 16 hrs ago

Farm where 4 were killed had separate shooting last summer

"The California mushroom farm where four people were killed earlier this week, had also been the scene of gun violence this past summer. Court documents reveal there was a shooting at the California Terra garden in half moon bay in July. When a farm integer allegedly fired a gun into another manager's trailer. After threatening to kill him. Yi Tao Bing survived that day, but not the shooting on Monday. Bing was one of four victims shot at that location. Three others were killed at another mushroom farm nearby. But there's nothing to suggest the violence of the summer was connected to this week's killings. The suspect 66 year old Chun Li Zhou told station Kent, he wasn't in his right mind. He said he'd been bullied and worked long hours and his complaints were ignored. California officials are looking into possible labor violations at the farms, where the shootings took place. I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Debt Ceiling Showdown With Congressman Andy Biggs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 d ago

The Debt Ceiling Showdown With Congressman Andy Biggs

"There is a critical fight that is looming in Congress. In fact, it's happening right now. I'm going to read from Politico dot com. Senate Republicans tell the house the debt ceiling fight is on you, basically the Senate Republicans are doing what they do best, which is to run to the hills and do absolutely nothing. So this is on the new House of Representatives to fight to hold the line and hopefully use the debt ceiling fight as a way to get an effectuate some meaningful change. Joining us now from the great state of Arizona is Andy Biggs, Andy, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, good to be with you. So Andy, walk us through what is exactly going on with the debt ceiling fight, the Senate wants nothing to do with it, but we have the majority and more specifically the house freedom caucus has really more power than ever before. So what's the strategy what's the game plan of this critical fight? Okay, so for people who don't understand this, the debt ceiling hit last week and that's an estimation that we're going to run out of money. Now the way that happens is that came on the 19th and then from the 19th for about until July or August, we have enough money, but we have enough we're going to take some special measures to get us through that. But before then, we're going to have to raise the debt ceiling, so we don't default on our loans. So that that's what it boils down to. The problem is the Democrats and some of my own Republican friends have spent this into oblivion to get there and they believe in something called the modern monetary theory, Charlie, which means that you could just keep printing money and it won't have any effects. In other words, you can just keep borrowing money. So what we need to do is to counterbalance that you're going to have to have a short term increase in your debt in order to pay off all of your loans and other your obligations. But you're going to have to reduce your spending and the way you reduce your spending as you go through, first of all, and you find anything, just like you would in a normal budget. I did it last week. I didn't realize I had so many Amazon channels. Amazon Prime channels, Charlie. And so I went through and I just started whacking them because it's crazy. You have to do the same thing at a bigger level.

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Today in History: January 24

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Today in History: January 24

"Time now for today in history, January 24. Two dozen. Here's time. This is kind of interesting. In 19 22, Columbus sailed the ocean blue over a hundred years ago. A guy from Iowa named Christian K Nelson invented something. Anybody remember what mister Nelson invented? The paper clip. No. The accu Jack. Nope. He invented the Eskimo pie. Oh. I don't think that should count. Food being invented shouldn't count. No, he created. No, the Eskimo pie. This is chocolate sauce frozen on ice cream. What year was that? 1922. Right? So I think Asia is taking exception with it. Don't eskimos get all mad now when you see this. So I Googled this and I found out that the Eskimo pies name has been canceled. The famous chocolate covered ice cream bar is getting a new name. It is now known as the edes pie. Edy apostrophe has edes pie. You know, one of the most successful teams in the CFL, Canadian football league, used to be the Edmonton eskimos. What do they know? They're now the elks. Edmonton elks, that's pretty cool. Edmonton elks. Okay. So yeah, that name is apparently not especially well liked and you have a tribute pad? Sure, sure. Bye bye to the Eskimo pie. I hear the names and sensitive, but I'm not sure why. They took away my ice cream back in July. Klondike klondike bar I'll give you a try. To pronounce it properly next time.

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Jeffrey Epstein's 'Suicide' Was Anything But

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 d ago

Jeffrey Epstein's 'Suicide' Was Anything But

"Remember back in the, I want to make sure I get my years right. I think this all happened in 2019 if I'm not mistaken. And I remember it was August or September 2019. If I'm remembering correctly. And Jeffrey Epstein was arrested. And Jeffrey Epstein was arrested. And a friend of mine, who remain nameless, who's very well sourced in the Intel community. He's been on our show before. I'll just give you that little heads up. I'll give you that little tease. We text often and he said Charlie urgent call me. So I picked up the phone and I spoke to him and said, hey, what's up? And he's like, I got 5 things. He was always on top of the ball and head of the game. And he said, Charlie, they're going to kill Epstein. I said, what are you talking about, man? I don't even. Is that the guy that's the pedophile with the young girls? I didn't know that much about him. I vaguely knew a little bit about the Lolita express in the island and but it was still a little bit of a foreign concept. And he said, no, no, I got sources. They're going to take out Epstein. I was like, all right, man, sure. What do you want me to do? He says, you got to tell Trump. You got to get him in a maximum security. You got to get Secret Service protection. It was like this whole thing. You got to deploy the agents that he is the nexus that he is the linchpin that if you are able to isolate and get a little bit of what Epstein knows, you could take down his words the entire cabal. And I kind of, and I'll be very honest, I was naive. I rolled my eyes. I was like, all right, man. Sure. And our team can tell me what the gap is between the arrest and the murder or the suicide, as we're supposed to believe. But everything that he predicted came true. And not only if I just add one more detail, he said they're going to make it look like he killed himself. Now, whether or not this person that I spoke to on the phone that was very well sourced and is what very well sourced. And by the way, he's been right about dozens of things as he's come on our program. He was right on things on Afghanistan. He was right on many different things. He was arrested on July 6th, 2019. And he died on August 10th, 2019. So about a 5 week gap, which makes sense. That means that the ruling class and the elite started to get very nervous and they started to put plans in place.

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Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

"The former House speaker for Ohio is headed to trial on bribery and corruption charges. When Republican Larry householder and four associates were arrested back in July of 2020, the U.S. attorney at the time, David de villas, called it the largest corruption case in state history. This was pay to play. This week, jury selection begins for a panel that will decide if the ousted lawmaker and former Ohio GOP party chair Matt borges are guilty of racketeering, prosecutors allege the men were part of a $60 million scheme secretly funded by an energy utility to pass a $1 billion bailout for a nuclear power plant, both men have pleaded not guilty. Since the indictment, two householder associates, the nonprofit generation now and first energy corporation all cut deals with prosecutors, while the chairman of Ohio's public utilities commission resigned amid FBI scrutiny, campaign finance experts view the case as a chance to clarify the line between legal and illegal handling of so called dark money that is flooded politics in recent years. I'm Jennifer King

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Mother, 1-year-old son killed in Alaska polar bear attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Mother, 1-year-old son killed in Alaska polar bear attack

"It was a one year old boy and his mother that was killed in a rare polar bear attack in Alaska. Alaska state troopers say that a 24 year old woman and her one year old son had been identified as the victims of a fatal polar bear attack in an isolated Alaskan native village, poor weather and a lack of runway lights at a local gravel airstrip prevented troopers and wildlife officials from arriving to the area, like many far flung Alaska village as the small community organizes patrols when the bears are expected in town from July through early November. That makes what happened this week almost unheard of because polar bears are normally far out on the ice in the dead of winter, hunting seals, and not close to villages this time of year that they don't mauling is the first and more than 30 years in Alaska. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Deluge in the Golden State

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | Last week

Deluge in the Golden State

"If you follow me on Twitter and I hope you do over you you at my most recent tweet links you to the rainfall totals in California and there are two columns daily totals, rainfall to date as a percentage of the year to date and the rainfall seasons as the percentage of the full season. So the full rainfall season of July 1 to July 1. And that normally they measure the snowpack on April 1. That's when they figure out how much water California will have because snowpack is basically reservoir water. It will melt and run off into the system. But they measure the water two ways. Over the course of the season, so are we at 10% we're about halfway through the season, July 1 to January 1, we're about 53% of the way through the season, where are we on the seasonal total, and then as a total of the whole year? And how much rain do we have in California, it's pretty extraordinary. This is today. All right, so normals today. In, for example, San Francisco airport. Normally, in a normal year, they would have 8.7 inches. In a normal year in California, beginning on July 1 at San Francisco airport up to today. As of today, they have 19.94 inches at San Francisco airport. So there are 229% of a normal year's rainfall.

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High-ranking Wagner Group member seeks asylum in Norway

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

High-ranking Wagner Group member seeks asylum in Norway

"A Russian man who reportedly is a former high ranking member of the Russian private military contractor, Wagner group, has sought asylum in Norway. The Norwegian directorate of immigration has confirmed to The Associated Press that Andrei Medvedev has sought shelter in Norway. Last week, police in Arctic Norway had said a person illegally entering from Russia was believed to be Medvedev, according to the Norwegian news agency, the man has been on the run since he defected from the Wagner group on July 6th. He reportedly has told a Russian human rights group that he's ready to tell everything he knows about the group. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Suspect charged with murder in assassination of Japan's Abe

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Suspect charged with murder in assassination of Japan's Abe

"A Japanese court says prosecutors have formally charged the suspect in the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe with murder. Tetsuya yamagami was arrested immediately after Abe was shot, while giving a campaign speech in July, prosecutors say a mental evaluation found he was fit to stand trial. Police say yamagami told them, he killed Abe, because of his apparent links to a religious group he hated, some Japanese have expressed sympathy for yamagami, especially children of a followers of the unification church, which is known for pressuring adherence into making bigger donations and is considered a cult in Japan the probe also revealed years of cozy ties between Abe's political party and the church. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Callers keep flooding 988 mental health, suicide helpline

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Callers keep flooding 988 mental health, suicide helpline

"Callers keep flooding the new 9 8 8 mental health and suicide helpline. If you're experiencing a mental health crisis, know that you are not alone. In the 6 months since its July launch, the 24 hour 9 8 8 mental health and suicide helpline created with funding and support from Congress has received over 2 million calls, texts, and chat messages, the 9 8 8 number was designed to be as easy to remember as 9-1-1, Health and Human Services say, the volume of calls is beyond what was anticipated. There's now a pilot line dedicated to LGBTQ youth and 7 centers answering calls in Spanish, but long-term funding for the helpline is in jeopardy. The national alliance on mental health illness says fewer than 20 states have actually passed legislation to permanently fund their line, saying lives depend on it, Ohio's suicide prevention foundation is among the advocates pushing for a fee to be tacked on to cell phone bills. I'm Jennifer King

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Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

"Hugh you had joined now by asa Hutchinson, former governor of Arkansas, former member of the House. Good morning, governor, good to have you on the Hugh Hewitt show. You, it is great to be with you this morning. Hope you're well. I am. I assume you're running for president. I don't know if you formally filed. Have you formally filed yet? Oh no, I have not no final decisions made. It's a little bit early. Most important thing is the message that we get out of a common sense conservatism and new leadership for our future. So I'm going to be fighting that battle in the coming months and we'll see what the final decision is. So governor, when do you have to make a decision by to be actually competitive? I mean, you've got to raise a lot of small dollar donors, the RNC is going to put people on the stage based on pulling a number of donors if my leaks out of the RNC are correct. Debate is supposed to start in July and Milwaukee when will you have to make a decision whether or not you're going to go formally? Well, I think you've got, you know, the three or four months should be in the springtime. That gives you time to be ready. So that's the outside marker to me is sometime in the spring. We're doing all the things that are necessary in terms of I'm going to be in Iowa. I want to be in the key states. I want to be talking about what I believe in in the future for our country from border security to energy policy and we see where that goes and makes a decision based upon the level of support and the final decision as to whether I can make a difference in the direction of our country.

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Rapper Theophilus London Has Been Found ‘Safe and Well,’ His Cousin Says

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rapper Theophilus London Has Been Found ‘Safe and Well,’ His Cousin Says

"The family of missing rapper theophilus London says he's been found safe after disappearing for months. You know a cousin of London's has posted on Instagram that the rapper is safe and well, the post didn't give details on where London had been found, but the LAPD said on December 28th that London was less seen in the Skid Row area in October, London's family says it last spoke to him in July in Los Angeles, London was nominated for a 2016 Grammy for best rap performance for a featured spot alongside Paul McCartney on Kanye West's song all day. I'm Donna water. All day long.

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On Bitcoin's 14th Birthday, the Gemini-DCG War of Words Heats Up

The Breakdown

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

On Bitcoin's 14th Birthday, the Gemini-DCG War of Words Heats Up

"All right, folks, while I hope you have had a great holiday season in a very happy new year. And boy, this year is off with a bang. Yesterday for most businesses in the U.S. was a day off, which is what happens obviously when new year's falls on a Sunday. But that didn't stop some of the biggest drama in crypto for coming right up to the fore. So a quick recap of the genesis DCG Gemini situation. Genesis is a digital currency group subsidiary. By the way, so is coin desk. And genesis has been caught up in a lot of the crypto institutional failures of this year. In July, court documents from the liquidator of three arrows capital showed that DCG genesis had lent three arrows capital a total of $2.4 billion. Three C had put up approximately $1.2 billion worth of crypto as it was valued at the time as collateral. In the court filings, it showed that DCG claim against three AC was by far the largest at 1.2 billion. The next biggest creditor was Voyager digital whose claim was 687 million, and then there was one more claimant with 302 million and the rest were in the lowly 8 figures. At the time a spokeswoman for DCG said both the DCG and genesis balance sheets remained strong, with no remaining exposure to three hours capital, genesis continues to be well capitalized that its operations are business as usual. How many times was that sort of statement last year proven to be not completely true? So fast forward to the FTX collapse. At first genesis said they had basically no exposure, but then a few days later, that was up to 175 million. However, just a few days after FTX went into bankruptcy, genesis global capital, which is the company's lending unit halted withdrawals. is never a good sign in fact, it's usually the sign that something much bigger is going on than anyone had wanted to let on. The VP of communications and marketing at DCG said at the time, today genesis global capital genesis lending business made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend redemptions in new loan originations. This decision was made in response to the extreme market dislocation and loss of industry confidence caused by the FTX implosion. The decision impacts the lending business at genesis and does not affect genesis trading or custody businesses. Importantly, this decision has no impact on the business operations of DCG and our other wholly owned subsidiaries. Right from then no one thought that was exactly true. But over a couple of weeks, there was much swirling in rumor of potential bailouts and funding rounds.

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Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

"In July, Southwest Airlines had delayed 29 29% of its flights. 29% of its flights, so they were having troubles then, and I'm not trying to knock Southwest Airlines. I obviously they have to get their stuff together. Obviously, they're going to be held accountable. I like flying southwest when I do flights, rare, but when I do fly, I like flying southwest, I'll admit. I love their, I love the comedy. You know, I just love that. They make you feel comfortable. They treat you relatively good. But unfortunately, they've they're going to suffer a big ding. There's no doubt about it. But Buttigieg, he knew about this stuff. All along. See, here's what I can't stand about government officials. And it's not just government officials. It's big government. You should look at government this way. Government can't government can't do things better than you can. They don't know you. A lot of these people like the Pete booties of the world don't even understand business. Big government is never a good thing. So here this guy is trying to pass the buck, trying to pass a book and all along, he's been warned about this. 38 state attorneys told Congress that the DOT had failed to address issues months ago. The federal agency now vows to investigate the holiday travel chaos, but who's investigating Pete booty?

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Dr. Thomas Krannawitter: Looking at the Story of Slavery

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

Dr. Thomas Krannawitter: Looking at the Story of Slavery

"True or false, America as the greatest or is the greatest antislavery movement country of all time. Absolutely true. That's kind of what I wanted to come and talk about today. One of my purposes in life is to reframe this entire subject of slavery. And I want to get into it with an example, an analogy from the world of sports. Just this past summer, I'm a big baseball fan. And a guy named Aaron judge, he was a baseball player for the New York Yankees. He did something no one in the American League had ever done. He hit 62 home runs in one season. And imagine Lee, if you were telling someone that story, he said, wow, can you believe it? This guy is the first player in the American League to hit 62 home runs in one season. And imagine if someone looked at you and said, why didn't he do that earlier? Why didn't someone else do that before? Why didn't he hit a 102 rather than 62? Why did it take him all season? Why didn't he hit 62 by July? I mean, nobody would respond that way because we're talking about something that is unprecedented. And so we celebrate it. We say, wow, that's a whole new standard of excellence. That's the way I want citizens to look at this story of slavery in the American founding.

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Pastor Robert Jeffress: Take Your Family to Church on Christmas

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:07 min | Last month

Pastor Robert Jeffress: Take Your Family to Church on Christmas

"Doing church on Sunday? You know, I kind of think we should, don't you? Yeah. What do I know? Todd, I told trace Gallagher last night that for a church to close on Christmas Sunday, that's like a firework stand being closed on the 4th of July. Of all the days you ought to be celebrating that ought to be on Christmas day and we're having Christmas. Steve services and then we're having a full service Sunday morning and it's going to be great. And I hear people say, oh, well, we can't have it. Christmas services because Christmas is for families. It's about family. Well, no, it's not about families. It's about the son of God who came and died and rose again so that we could be a part of God's family. And I tell people all the time, you know, latest survey came out this week showed that the maximum most people can stand being with their families is four hours. On Christmas Day. And so a great thing to do is break it up and take your family to church and worship God together. It's a great way to spend a Sunday. So

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Op Ed The Importance of TokenBased Fundraising

E-Crypto News

00:40 sec | Last month

Op Ed The Importance of TokenBased Fundraising

"12 p.m. Friday December 23rd, 2022. Op eds the importance of token based fundraising. E crypto news update provides the latest articles on technology and cryptocurrencies, COO and founder of Verily token financing began with master coin now Omni, which conducted an initial coin offering ICO in July 2013. It was the world's first token financing funded by Bitcoin. However, it was the ICO of Ethereum the following year in July 2014 that brought ICOs into the limelight. 31,500 a crypto news dot com

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 US economy grew 3.2% in Q3, an upgrade from earlier estimate

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

US economy grew 3.2% in Q3, an upgrade from earlier estimate

"The U.S. economy grew at an unexpectedly strong pace from July to October. Consumers shrugged off rampant inflation and rising interest rates in the third quarter, the government reports that the U.S. GDP returned to growth at a rate of 3.2% that's an upgrade from earlier commerce department estimates of around 2.9. The numbers were driven by strong exports and healthy consumer spending, despite the rosy numbers, economists are forecasting slower growth looking ahead under the pressure of higher interest rates, engineered by the Federal Reserve to combat inflation. The median projection for real GDP growth stands

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"mid july" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"mid july" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The way across the river All right If you still haven't signed up for treaty's chart of the day this is a special day to do it because this is probably one of my favorite charts that you've done I love it when you do charts on earnings Send her a note K Gupta one two 9 at Bloomberg dot net You can also check her out on social media on Twitter and on Instagram she's at creedy Gupta news Well we are just about 20 minutes away from the close on this Tuesday afternoon We are seeing the NASDAQ hired by 2.6% the Dow higher by 1.3% Let's now get a check the latest world in national news with Wendy Gillette in the 11th Rio newsroom in New York Hey Wendy Hey Tim the U.S. has authorized a COVID booster for kids ages 5 to 11 Now it's up to the CDC to decide whether to formally recommend the shot As COVID cases keep rising in many areas the federal government will extend the COVID-19 public health emergency past mid July Details from Bloomberg's Amy Morris in Washington The move continues pandemic era policies allowing the U.S. to grant emergency authorizations of drugs and vaccines and administer those products to people at no out of pocket cost It also allows millions of Americans to get their health coverage through Medicaid and other benefits The Biden administration is extending the declaration as it at the same time calls on Congress to approve billions in additional funding for pandemic response National health organizations lobbied for the public health emergency to be extended In Washington I made me Morris Bloomberg radio President Biden and the First Lady spent part of the day in Buffalo New York paying respects to the ten people shot and killed at a supermarket over the weekend a young white man targeted black people in the attack We have to refuse to live in a country where black people going about a weekly grocery shopping can be gunned down by weapons of war deployed in a racist cause We have to refuse to live in a country where fear and lies are packaged for power and for profit The president also visited a memorial for the victims Voters are heading to the polls today in 5 states Kentucky Oregon Idaho Pennsylvania and North Carolina Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts of more than 120 countries some would each let But I know about courage I learned from my adoptive mom She said sometimes you just gotta hold on and no we'll get through this Mom.

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"mid july" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Mid July. Summer fest fans enjoyed having the music back, but they tell TMJ four news they were mixed about not having the usual crowd sizes. Summer fest is about it being so packed and you know, everybody just being here like it seems like the whole world is here when summer courses going on usually real good with crowds. Um, but this makes it a lot easier to get around and navigate and see some things. So I like it like this. Official attendance numbers are expected in the coming days. One person is in critical condition after a fire at an apartment building on Milwaukee's north side. Saturday night. The call came in around 10 P.m. on Calumet Road near 60th Street, with the fire starting in one unit of 53 year Old woman was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries cause is under investigation. The better Business Bureau is putting on a scam warning for people who use Venmo scammers are pretending to be a victim's family member or friend on the APP, trying to convince a person to give them money by a request. The BBB says People should double check with the actual person before sending cash and keep transactions Private so scammers can't see who you are interacting with. And the Post Office building in Port Washington is now named after the late Joe de Miller, who was a World War two veteran and longtime worker for the Postal Service. Senator Ron Johnson spoke during Saturday's dedication ceremony after he and Senator Tammy Baldwin worked together on this honor the people that get a post office named after them are very special people. You have to have done something pretty extraordinary to have that honor. Daimler was immortalized with a photo of him in Life magazine after he was found in a prisoner of war camp weighing just £69. And Governor Evers is seeking applications for two recent judge vacancies. One is for the State Court appeals district to to fill the seat that will be vacated by the resignation of Judge Paul Reilly. Applications are due September 24th. Another vacancy is for the Milwaukee County Circuit Branch Number five for the resignation of Judge Brett Bloom. Applications for his seat are due October.

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"mid july" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on KGO 810

"Last month, the White House announced plans for a widespread coronavirus vaccine booster program. But Friday, an FDA advisory panel recommended booster shots only for those with weakened immune systems or over the age of 65. ABC. Ellen Lopez has more from outside of CDC headquarters in Atlanta. While critics say the Biden administrations timeline for it to boost to roll out put pressure on scientists. The U. S surgeon general says that the plan was always contingent on the FDA and the series is independent evaluation. We know that here at the CDC They are expected to meet next week to discuss those boosters. Right now, the U. S is averaging more than 1400 coronavirus deaths each day. That's about 7.5 times higher than in mid July. The Defense Department now says as many as 10 civilians up to seven of them were Children were killed in a US drone strike last month in Afghanistan, General Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, said Friday. I offer my profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed. This was the strike to follow the Kabul airport bombing that killed 13. U. S Service members. Defense officials now say they do not believe they killed an ISIS leader as first reported a BCS Louis Martinez has more from the Pentagon. This is a total reversal from what the Pentagon has been saying on the record Now, for the last two weeks as early as this week, I was talking to officials who said that this was they were convinced that this was an Isis K target. They say they're reviewing the intelligence that led up to the strike. Capitol Police say they're ready for any violence in today's rally in support of people who are arrested in the January 6th riot, Capitol police deputy chief Sean Gallagher said Friday. Externally we have been working with over 25 of our partnering agencies on a seamless integrated plan for this weekend, government official tells the AP. The U. S is going to begin flying migrants back to Haiti as many as 10,000 have arrived near Del Rio, Texas over the last few days. You're listening to ABC news. Let's see if something costs less. But people are happier with it. That sounds like something to look into. And that's Medicare. Maybe you've heard switching to meadow share to pay for health care.

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"mid july" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on KGO 810

"The trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is underway and it's attracting fans and onlookers at the courthouse in San Jose. Holmes is accused of fraud in ABC is Rebecca Jarvis lays out the arguments both sides made during opening statements the government laid out in its opening statement their case in very clear and simple terms, the areas in which they say Elizabeth Holmes misled and lied to investors, patients and doctors. The defense on the other hand painted Elizabeth Holmes is an ambitious Hardworking woman who tried very hard to make her technology work and made mistakes along the way but didn't commit fraud. They also did raise some of the abuse allegations without going into major debt. Holmes has said that she was the victim of emotional abuse under her former partner and Theranos CEO, Sunny Ball, Joani Joani denies that A fire watches in effect through Friday evening in Northern California because of a chance of thunderstorms of lightning and erratic wind. It's bad news for 15,000 firefighters battling wildfires up and down the state. A flex alert is also in effect today for the Bay Area. The Dixie Fire has been linked to a PG and E power line. Falling onto a rotted tree utility arborist says The fire started in mid July after a Douglas fir fell onto a power line in the Feather River Canyon. The trees seemed healthy. But the Arbor is found signs of at least one rotted roots at the base, and Facebook is trying its hand at smart glasses. It introduced Internet connected eyeglasses and partnership with Raman Raven Stores came up with the built in speakers and microphone for making calls. The company is hoping the $300 glasses will be a hit with consumers where Google glass snaps. Spectacles were not. This report is sponsored by all state looking to save money this year. Look at all state You can get the protection you need at the low rates you want. Visit all state dot com or call an agent for a quote today. We got some delays on highway 17 to pass along to you. Next on K G O a 10. It's the whole Madonna bundle extravagance to say both on the annual year long event where you can save big by bundling Who Madonna with progressive so big that we're kicking things off with fireworks, a monster truck battle. A fighter jet flyover, and it wouldn't be a party without the whole Madonna bundle extreme if it's the same with on dancers. You can't really hear him. But trust us they are working it. So come for the fun and stay for the savings. Only a progressives Home and auto bundle. X travel first to save with our progressive insurance company affiliates..

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"mid july" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Town. Callers generally asked about getting the grave dug gather the correct term of artists opening the grave. I refer them to a pleasant, good natured and compassionate gentleman with a backhoe who performs this office for a funeral parlor in the neighboring town of Hillsborough. And for anyone else in the area who needs his services? Tantrums. Public cemeteries are center, Meetinghouse Hill North Branch and over East. I visited them all. Before my election. The town's department of Highways had maintained them well. Three of the four are now full. With many dark grey, heavily weathered slate markers from the 18th and 19th centuries only north branch is active, which is to say new customers are welcome. Recently after friendly and sympathetic chat with an older woman who wishes to bury her son's remains. Here, I strolled down to cemetery Road, a well kept dirt road that borders my property, just beyond an unnamed stream that flows from my land towards Steele's Pond and the North Branch River. Was amidst the heat wave in mid July. 2019 the slightest breeze was welcome. As is usually the case with rural dirt roads. The trees lining both sides of the right of way had grown tall and large enough to form a kind of green tunnel, which I found beautiful and soothing. Some of the older trees at the top of the hill seemed to have grown as mirrors of one another, their upper branches entwined. Perhaps they are ideal lovers growing side by side and together, completing one another. I reached the cemetery and found the second gate open. So I entered and found my callers family plot. It is large and inspires confidence that her relatives will find room there long after I am gone. When I was a child, my family lived at.

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"mid july" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"While she was recovering from surgery yousri bhattacharya and her husband teach at the university of georgia. They worry about bringing the virus home to their five year old daughter who has a rare medical condition. The associate professor pleading with the board of regents for mandatory masks on campus. This weekend's football game could draw ninety two thousand fans to the bulldog stadium. What if something open stored well the board. Be giving me an answer then. I'm begging them and begging them to do the right thing. Enough of politics enough ideology. Let's make good scientific decisions in pleasant hill missouri. Deputies breaking up a dispute over masks when a school board passed a new mask mandate. We need to go back to a mask. Mandate with the way that the viruses spreading. And how it's affecting children now in miami dade county florida. The teacher's union reporting thirteen school district. Staffers have died of covert. In the last three weeks officials say none of them were vaccinated tomorrow. President biden is expected to lay out a six step strategy to boost vaccinations and stop the spread of the delta varian just as experts are closely tracking a new rare variant called mu now confirmed in twenty eight states. Early evidence suggests it might be more resistant to vaccines but today dr fao she making it clear. Delta is still by far the most troublesome variant in the. Us we have you here and it's getting suppressed by delta delta's ninety nine plus percent in the united states and kaley heart joins us now from idaho and kelly certainly not just idaho when it comes to children and what they're seeing across this country authorities now reporting a new case rates among children now surpassing that of adults. Yeah that's right. David children between the ages of five and seventeen. They're getting infected at a higher rate than any other age group and since school started back in july nine hundred and sixty thousand children have tested positive for covert david heart tonight. Kelly thank you and you heard dr fao say there we must remain focused on the delta variant here in this country still spreading and quickly particularly among children but there is also concern over this new variant immune variant. I seen in columbia and still major questions about the potential for booster shots third shot. So let's get right to dr john dean of the brown university school of public health. Dr jal always great to have you with us. First we heard dr voucher reiterate the delta varian is still the vast majority of cases. We're seeing in the us but on this new variant the new variant and questions over whether it could possibly evade vaccines. Give us a reality. Check here tonight. What do we know. So far about this variant. And how concerned are you david. Thank you for having me back. You know we're still learning a lot about this new variant so far. I don't see any evidence that this variant is going to be able to displace delta the very contagious delta variant. Still the concerning one. And also i really do believe our vaccines are going to hold up well even against this new variant so more to learn but a break now. I'm not excessively concerns. In the meantime dr. John we know president biden is expected to address the nation tomorrow on this next chapter in the fight against the virus. We're now seeing one in four cases in this country involving children but we also know the administration has also said that by mid september september twentieth. That we could see the rollout of boosters in this country at third shot. I guess the question is this inevitable. Or boosters coming yeah you know. The science on buse is really coming into focus and at this point. I think it's very clear that older people frail elders people with chronic diseases clearly need that third shot it is becoming a three shot regimen whether young healthy people do or not. I think that's a little less clear. I think we're going to have clarity. From fda and cdc probably in the next ten days to two weeks you suspect the pfizer shot comes first because they put in for it. I i do i do. I think pfizer comes first and maderno probably follows in the week or two that follows all right. Dr john right here with us tonight dr john. Thanks as always in the meantime we do move onto the other news in here in the northeast tonight.

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"mid july" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shown by any standard is an impeachable offense, particularly under the Ukraine phone call standard. There is simply no question about this. Two weeks after his remarks to reporters, denying the Taliban takeover was inevitable. Biden and Ghani, the president of Afghanistan, spoke for 14 minutes on July 23. Was their last conversation before the Taliban captured the capital. Johnny fled the presidential palace Kabul in the country on August 15. But in mid July, Biden was intent on Ghani delivering a public message. And public plan that would sharp confidence in the Afghan government. He said. You clearly have the best military of 300,000 well armed forces. By the way, they've never had 300,000 armed forces versus 78 80,000 there clearly capable of fighting well, we will continue to provide close air support. We know what the plan is and what we are doing. He pushed Donnie to allow his defense minister General Bismillah, calm a llama. To pursue a strategy that would focus on defending major population centers. And he urged the Afghan president to bring together some of the most powerful anti Taliban warlords in a show of support to reverse perceptions, perceptions of a crumbling government. He said. I really think I don't know whether you're aware just how much the perception around the world is that this is looking like a losing proposition. Which it is not. Not that it necessarily is that But so the conclusion I'm asking you to consider is getting together, Everyone. If they stand there and say they backed the strategy you put together and put a warrior in charge in a military man con in charge of executing the strategy and that will change perception. And that will change an awful lot, I think, says Biden. Johnny responded by saying Afghanistan was facing not just the Taliban, but their foreign backers, he said. We're facing a full scale invasion composed of Taliban. For Pakistani planning and logistical support, and at least 10 to 15,000 international terrorists, Predominantly Pakistanis thrown into this. You've never heard any of this. Neither did I have you Mr Producer. So they were being invaded. On top of everything else from Pakistan. You didn't know this either, folks. But Biden did. He also asked the American Close air support. To be front loaded, he said, to help with the challenges faced by the Afghan army immediately In other words, he wanted them to hammer away at the invaders and the Taliban immediately. Details of their conversation emerged. Today, the day after the last troops were flown out of Kabul, ending America's longest war. They right Is a daily mail. You'll never see stories like this broken in the New York slimes of the Washington compost. Washington. Compost is busy chasing Peter Doocy. That's our boy. Philly bump. What a complete slop. The follow up call later that day. They did not include President Biden, Biden's national security advisor Jake Sullivan, General Mark Milley and U S Central Command Commander General Frank McKenzie spoke to Ghani. Reuters also obtained a transcript of that car. In this car to an area focus was global perception of events when they ground in Afghanistan. Global perception, not the reality. Millie, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Johnny Quote the perception in the United States and Europe and the media sort of thing is a narrative of Taliban momentum. W think And a narrative a Taliban victory. We need to collectively demonstrate and try to turn that perception that narrative around They're not even talking about how to help stop the Taliban Within Afghanistan. They're talking about the perception. Their perception. Now you're also going to see who the real reporters are and who the real reporters are not. This should be On the top of every news program. This should be a marquee headlines in every newspaper in America. On every website. That's worth a damn. Do not believe this is That time is our friend here. We need to move quickly, Mackenzie added. A spokesperson for Mackenzie declined to comment. A spokesman for Millie did not respond by publication time. Wow. Wow, and they dump all over Trump for his phone call. With the president. Of Ukraine, which was perfectly fine. They're wanting. The Afghan president to lie about what's going on in the ground. Biden is lying to the American people while this is taking place by lied today about what was taking place. This is the first time I've read that you had foreign fighters pouring into Afghanistan from Pakistan. But perception the word perception keeps popping up. Wow. Nobody could have known by and said I'm quoting him the Afghan army would collapse. If I knew it was collapsing. And I'll add a few other points. Here You have the president of Afghan and whatever you think of the guy now, here he is the president of Afghanistan, saying I need you to front load airpower. We need air. But what does Biden do? Mr Producer? He shuts down our air base and pulls out the air power. What? Oh, Millie and McKenzie say we're running out of time on perception. Another point. As they blame the citizens of the United States should be the dual citizens for being in Afghanistan. We sent them 19 warnings. Biden You were trying to tell the world and you did tell the world that you didn't know that the Afghan army would collapse this quickly. You didn't give him what he wanted Air cover. You pull them out of the air base, for God's sakes. So how the hell were any American citizens to have any idea what the hell was going on when buying was lying to the American people? The water. Pelosi And the rest of the Stooges intent on doing about this. And I expect the Republican leadership in the house to take this and run with it. We cannot have a president who lies to us like this. We cannot have the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who participates in this We cannot. We must not We can't believe a damn thing that comes out of his mouth or Millie's mouth are Austin's mouth of the secretary of state, the national security advisor. They needed to change perceptions that the Taliban's rapid advance whether it's true or not. Whether it's true or not. And again say what you will about This president who ran off with God knows how much money in Afghanistan, he said. We're losing their overrunning us. There are foreign fighters pouring into our country 10 to 15,000. From Afghanistan. How combined didn't say that in his speech today. They didn't tell a single reporter day in and day out at the Pentagon with this guy Kirby Gay in and day out at the State Department, this guy price day in and day out with pus sake. What? General Milley? What General? This in general, that not a word. Now, let's see how the media react to this. The AP. Reuters port reported. It Let's hear the AP response I noticed, the AP reported. The Defense Department always says Well, thank you for being here. She says this to the generals. The secretary did. What do you mean? Thank you for being here, dummy..

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"mid july" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Of August. The Pentagon says all U. S troops will now be required to be vaccinated after the Pfizer coronavirus champ was given full regulatory approval, and a new report says last month's devastating floods in Germany and Belgium were made more likely by climate change. Yes. The floods caused by heavy rainfall was some of the worst scene in Europe for many years, more than 200 people were killed as towns and villages were swamped. Now. Researchers believe that global warming made rainfall events like this up to nine times more likely in Western Europe. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has more The dramatic and deadly floods that hit Germany, Belgium and other parts of Europe in mid July or a shock to whether forecasters and local authorities alike. Researchers say the immediate cause of these events was heavy rainfall on already sudden ground, combined with local factors that impacted the flow of water. To ascertain the influence of climate change. They looked at a much broader region than the valleys and towns that saw the worst of the flooding across Western Europe. They conclude that global warming may the downpours more likely by a factor of between 1.2 and nine. Rising temperatures increased the intensity of the rainfall in the summertime storm like this. Between three and 19%. The scientists involved say that Europe's downpours in July where one in 400 year event, but this might change would increased emissions of Co two Professor Martin Van Aalst is from the University of 20 in the Netherlands. We can expect this to happen again, but we're also not saying it's likely that will happen again next year. This is.

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"mid july" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of years, a front office guy played the NBA for a number of years has familiar knowledge from his years in the league of these two teams will talk to Pat coming up here on the show at our number four. Also, historically speaking. This is the first NBA finals as you know by now for the Milwaukee Bucks since 1974 there chasing their first championship since 1971 The guy who was behind building those finals. Teams is going to join us here on the show. An amazing guy in the course of basketball history. He is a basketball Hall of Famer. Trailblazer from a GM standpoint, as one of the first black decision makers in the NBA. Wayne Embry is going to join us also our number four, so we've got it all covered when it comes to last night's Game four and where this NBA Finals goes from here, also this morning on the show, Speaking of Dear District Diaries, With Celebrity twist. Now wait a minute. That's right. We also have The return of what my favorite bits of all time The disgusting flavor. Potato chip challenge. I'll drop dead. I will drop dead without those burritos. What does a spicy chicken sandwich flavored potato chips taste like we will tell you The Pringles taste taste tests is coming up here on the show. In our number three. Also around college football media days are here. The big 12 media days kick things off yesterday. Yes, already Mid July college football media days. So we'll talk about the college football playoff and expansion and how soon we might see that if we might see it at all. And contracts around college football continue to explode even for assistant coaches. All of that coming up this morning on the program if you want to jump in about last night's game, 419103 Bucks win last night. Devin Booker 42 in Los Chris Middleton, 40 in the win Yannis, another dominant effort, 26 14 and eight and the iconic Block last night late. Here's the phone number, 855. 2124 CBS. That's 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 or on Twitter. Hit me up D A on CBS. Where do we begin? We begin asking this question. Has Milwaukee seized control of this series with their two wins? It is where we begin your cold Open. Didn't lift it out. Hi. Booker comes around booker driving blob dating knocked away by the Bucks. Yannis.

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"mid july" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on KCRW

"But I think In many ways, Rumsfeld personify the hubris of an era where he was really the architect of Afghanistan and Iraq. His death comes as the forever wars are ending, with nearly all U. S. Troops expected to be out of Afghanistan by Mid July on Afghanistan. There really was no plan once the Taliban was overthrown and in Iraq also little post war planning, and frankly, Iraq is considered by many. I talked within the Pentagon to be one of the worst strategic decisions and the nation's history, but he remained defiant to the end. Now he did expand special operations forces, and that's widely seen As a plus and let's not forget I mean Iraq. It was a war that famously began with folks information about weapons of mess destruction. That's right. And that's why I say he was one of the architects of Iraq. You know, he he believed that he, um, Also, one of the things about Rumsfeld was his belief you could do less with more He didn't support high troop numbers. In Iraq or after Afghanistan and he refused to talk to the Taliban. On the troop question. This became a huge issue when Osama bin Laden was suspected of hiding out in the mountains of Tora Bora in Afghanistan. Bin Laden might have been captured, many say had more troops been sent into, Rumsfeld said. Absolutely not in his ultimate refusal to send more troops a few years later led to his firing and being replaced by Robert Gates. But here's the thing. Gates only recently said, You know that maybe Rumsfeld was right. The U. S should have left earlier in Afghanistan in 2000 and two and really turned it over to State Department and other folks. I am curious time. I mean, during your time reporting on Rumsfeld, how did he come off in person? He was an arrogant, prickly kind of guy, especially with the press. He once began a press conference by talking about how great the Afghan forces were doing and I piped up and said, If that's the case, Mr Secretary why they're thousands of Americans there and he said, That's an accusatory way of pointing it and didn't answer the question that is NPR. Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Thank you, Tom. You're welcome. Rosa. An NPR investigation finds the federal government is not providing crucial assistance to some disaster survivors who need help the most Internal documents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency revealed that low income survivors of hurricanes are less likely to get money to repair their homes or cover the cost of rent compared to more affluent people. Local officials and researchers say they also see racial disparities and who gets help. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports on reports those disparities can.

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"mid july" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"70% of people support, making it easier to vote ahead of Election Day. That number jumps to 80% when it comes to people that support requiring a form of I d before a person can vote. It comes as many states are passing election reform laws after last November's election, and as the Senate gets ready To take up a bill on voting rights. Here in Massachusetts. Secretary of State Bill Galvin is calling for the Legislature to take action to extend mail in voting. The current mail in voting laws are set to expire June 30th. Galvin is asking the Massachusetts House and Senate to make voting by mail of permanent option for all future races. 1 17 Airlines are struggling to keep up with heavy demand as Americans return to travel American air lives being forced to cancel about 1000 flights through mid July because of weather issues and a big time staffing shortage. CBS is Kris Van Cleave is outside of Reagan National Airport outside Washington. It's been a June from hell for American Airlines. Its operation seeing major weather disruptions nine of the 1st 15 days in June, causing long lines, delays and cancellations. Leaving the country's largest airline with a staffing crunch, along with mounting flier frustration. This was the only time we could get here, and I tried to check in and they said Now we have to wait until about three hours before the flight, which is at four. A.m. five. American will cancel 50 to 80 flights a day through at least mid July as the airline tries to build in additional resilience and certainty to its flight schedule. Airlines are also dealing with a growing number of disruptive or even violent passengers. The F A. A is reporting some form of enforcement action more than 400 times this year so far, many of the incidents or things like social conflict. About mask requirements. We've done a quite a few stories about that. Conflicts in the air over masks also limits on booze in the air and some bad news drivers. The State Highway Administration says traffic is.

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"mid july" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"A blue jay for the first time and start looking at apartments downtown or whatever they all gotta do. But i think it's gonna happen if they can make it happen. I i honestly shocked. Were even having this conversation with the way we were hearing how antero numbers and everything and the border talk in the lack thereof of it for so long or even in the ballpark here. That august might be a reality so yeah and honestly guys what if what was the worst thing if we were in a playoff push on that whole idea that yeah finally the play in front of their home fans. I'm sorry to say. This is not been a home series for the blue jays in buffalo a yankee series and I which makes me even more angry as i would have been like the sound of seven people with how will obnoxious. I would have been when i was there. I couldn't get tickets. So i just i think it will be. That might be the final thing if we can hold on and batten down the hatches and do what we need to do over the next two or three weeks against the orioles and whatnot. That kind of thing could be that last tipping point with a couple of players that made make that thing. Be a miracle of what you were talking about earlier and got us into that nine in ballpark. That is like the storybook ending all this bullshit. But as i said a key word in that sentence story book ending their for right now they have to hurry up and in those other pages to the beginning ending. Better do if they want to have a chance of doing that. Yeah i'm with you on that one craig. It could be a nice shot in the arm to get back. Of course just the way things are going on. -tario they're talking about starting step two of reopening fully earlier than normal just because of how good names are second doses are ramping up like crazy and shortly after that will follow phase three and phase three is larger scale events where letter indoors in opening like casinos and all different kinds of stuff. So i'm not be surprised if by then that would be around mid july which lines up nicely with the last two series..

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"mid july" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"On that states and local governments must demonstrate how they are directing those resources to low income areas on or generally populations that are disproportionately affected by the pandemic so thing the lines of Targeting funds to those in qualified census tracts for example on but Just just to set expectations about a dive. Too deeply into the guidance is limited. At this point. I it is also an interim final rule from from treasury a so I don't want to give the impression that i can can help interpret the guidance on because We are Are still awaiting further clarification on a number of items And we have been mainly hearing focusing on those Concerns of our members specifically At at state budget office level. So when will the final regulations be out in the interim now. But what is the timing on. That i mean when when is the next point though they'll drop more guidance so The comments are currently being accepted Through july i believe it's a mid july So there will be a time period after that. We don't have a definitive time frame for win. That that will be finalized after but but comments right. Now are being accepted through july sixteenth arena. There's a couple of questions that i could at least weigh in on on one was just. They said more examples of water sewer and broadband infrastructure. And i just wanted to make a point on the broadband because that's another topic that came up in north carolina. I will say there has in. This may be true in many states. A reluctance to let local government go out and create their own broadband networks And that has been a long case in north carolina even if the federal government is saying that you are eligible to use broadband. I would make sure that you understand your state assembly or whatever. The governing body is because miners understanding and north carolina is are really much more enthusiastic about the water sewer given the financial distress and some of this regionalization and how appropriate is to solve that at a local level than they are broadband. Which i think there's a preference that that be more of a statewide integrated system and so they don't wanna go see a bunch of small units. Maybe get in over their head and start trying to create the stuff even if the fans are allowing within the rules so and that was kind of go to another question about should we consulting council. I mean i certainly think on issues like what sorts of how much administrative burden is. They're going to be on this if we do can. We provide the documentation whether the hurdles. What are the legal risks. Working with your county. You know General counsel city attorney. I definitely would. I had a lot of lawyers surrounding me treasurer. So i would certainly say that you know you're gonna wanna work hand in glove with them. Thank you and we raised hand from judge. Paul anka can meet yourself and identify yourself. That would be great. Yes ma'am thank you. I'm a county judge down in texas. And i wanted to ask more about Helping with the despair the inequality in low to middle income neighborhoods. We're exploring the possibilities of perhaps a recreation center in a an area since this block that would certainly qualifies at but we don't want to get out there too far ahead of ourselves in expand a fair amount of money without without some assurance that it's going to be falsifying expense. So what do you think about. The possibility of of would be it would be building. We'd be structure a recreation center community center some some place that we could encourage has left styles education about nutrition. Maybe some reading programs insert As well what do you.

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"mid july" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"What is there anything that that they can do. Between now and mid july to improve the product or are they just kind of spinning their wheels. Until oh you just wait that might be the mindset. They're thinking internally we've got some big things planned for mid-july when we get back on the road were saving them and just hang with us tread water for another six weeks. Things will get better is do you think. That's their mindset and we're just going to see them fill every week and dump it out for three hours every monday yes yeah but i don't think it magically whole improves when they go back on the road i think you're gonna get whatever they you know they. They've probably got a couple of things up their sleeves whether it's symbolic and returning johnson or whatever. The left some people like that. But it's not like the creatively issues magically going to get better from top to bottom so you may get a segment or two. That are better on the show. But you're still having a low interest a lot of just poorly written characters doing stupid things that people don't wanna see anymore and they're all still going to be there filling up probably at least two thirds of the show. Yeah yeah is there. Is there something you would do for the next six weeks just to stabilize the ship from sinking more before they get to mid july or are you not particularly alarmed by the the the viewership trends in think kind of are just. They are where they're going to be for a while and it's not that big of difference. I mean if if i if i if the the average for the year right now is one point. Three not counting this week's holiday rating The average the last six weeks is one point three. So you can make the case okay. Set aside memorial day. Bit of an aberration set aside that it was one point to the week before. That's still sort of the margin of error. They're still in the range of one point three. They'll probably be there july like there's no reason to sound alarm bells a lot level or do you think what what we're watching the numbers going from one point three six to one point three five to one point two way to one point two zero two one point one. Oh actually there is a leak and they're not that that needs to be addressed in the next six weeks. I think there's a league. I don't think they will address it. I think they should. But i don't think they will. I think it just all focuses is on once they get back on the road and get fans back in the building. It's i mean it's going to provide a boost to the show and it sounds like they're working on a new set and things like that. That's all great. But it's all the cosmetic things are nice. You can have new packages new announcers all that stuff. What if creatively. It's still a train wreck. It's only a matter of time before the same issue happens. And they don't have much time they go back on the show in mid june. I'll bet gives you a roughly two months before you start facing like nfl competition even if it's just in preseason and then the regular season comes september amid every gam year they run up against the nfl. The numbers just keep getting worse like. When does it end. When does the freefall stop. We've been waiting for years now and it just keeps getting worse. Yeah i think the next six weeks are going to be A real big story in this industry and doesn't matter ultimately when it comes to selling like our have we learned from listening to these conference calls and seeing the financial side covered. Wwe that they're not actually paying a lot of attention they they're looking vincent man to give him give him a line. That sounds good enough. You know we're going to reimagine how shows that was his answer. Okay well fantastic mine. So we all think about dropping attendance compared to same quarter last year and nothing happened In with the ratings. Oh you know when we look at the numbers or vince or someone will spend go. We're are in line with where we've been always relative to cable shows. That kind of thing is wall street. In our the financial people are gonna pay any attention to all this data or in terms of the disconnect with fans the the ratings going down creative problems and the fact that they're just stripping stripped the roster to cut expenses to make profits. Look better if that's what they're doing are they gonna is. Also you're going to go. Oh profits or better yeah. This is a great company. Still because we're not really a history of them recognizing the more nuanced aspects of why it would be. Why vincent man might wanna sell at a high point why they might be suckers for buying into it and not seeing the data that we talk about every week. It's interesting thought we mow with all the cuts don't and everything that we've seen so many of us are thinking sale and vince himself has said you know a couple years. We're open for business. I thought we might see stock. Really shoot up in anticipation of a sale. And that doesn't seem to have happen so they're not reading things the same way. Maybe there's not that buzz because usually they're not supposed to have some people seem to find out about these things and take advantage of it and they really haven't been any signs of that but as far as like the analysts will be mixed. As far as the call's they take there'd be the usual one woman is always in love with damn near everything they do. There's going to be the ones that'll probably applaud them for trimming the fat as they'll see it They i think wall street's gonna give them the benefit of the doubt again because they haven't had fans because they're going back on the road because they've been running opposite. The nba playoffs all built and excuses. That they keep getting to recycle the obviously. The pandemic is different. But i do think there's gonna be another thing to say. Wwe will point to. And i think nick con seems to be a darling in the financial world and he consoled him on the right excuses. I think they're gonna buy it hook line and sinker is. Is your antenna up more for for for. Wwe selling and selling soon than it has been in recent times in india that there's indicators beyond sort of gut feeling looking at the headlines in terms of buzz elsewhere so i mean to me. It's the gutting of the company. I mean you can. Yeah there's redundancies. And you want to clean up and an somebody's coming in and doing what con- is doing as far as being the head financial guy. You're going to get some of that. But to the extent that we have is what really makes me and khan himself. I know he did that interview with colin coward acting like he can't see. Vince mcmahon every giving up control. And but i don't think fence would have to i. Dana white really didn't win the ufc was sold. And like i said. I think there's this perception adventure the creative genius still and he's the only one who can do this and i so unless sits up front. He's going to retire. i. I would think that they're gonna want him to steer the ship. If there is a sale. And i think he would retain his power but also get that big and whatever it sells for the big payday out of it. I mean it's you. Look at some of the departments. I mean they've really got it. Thanks man it's it's not just the talent they got rid of. We usually get the post wrestlemainia house cleaning of talent. That's not a huge surprise but the fact.

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"mid july" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"What if you suddenly plays a little bit stronger in the first half continues doing what he's done in the second half rips off eleven interceptions the defensive player of the year. And you haven't paid. It's gonna cost you a lot more next year. Oh yeah. I mean the the price is just going to go up just just general inflation of nfl salaries. I mean joel. Corey made the point After that tweet from tyronn that You know that will in other words he doesn't want to the chiefs don't wanna him x. Amount of dollars because this is what another player just got. Well no not necessarily Chiefs had a lot of other problems to deal with before They got to that point. And they're still plenty of time all those contracts for patrick mahomes and chris jones and travis kelsey last year all happened between mid july and mid august. So there's still plenty of time for the chiefs to put together an extension with they. Gotta they gotta prioritize things in the right way and in the draft. They had prioritize on that. And now they've got these other things to worry about. Now they can concentrate on getting matthew extended and So i yeah i agree. I think we're gonna see Contract extension for matthew This season i think it makes sense from a capstone standpoint. i think it makes sense from a team standpoint. Yeah i. I just can't wrap my head around them letting him play on his final year. So yeah certainly yeah. Those are the most important quotes from last thursday's media availability. I'll say it again. Go back from the podium if you wanna hear them in their entirety when we come back. It's june one. What does that mean for some former chief still out there. Stay with us on.

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"mid july" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Month go to King LASIK calm now from the Cairo Radio New Center streaming on the Cairo radio AB Porter talks between the U. S and Canada continue, though it's unclear if re openings will happen this week. The temporary border closure is set to lift soon, though it's been extended many times before during the pandemic. Over 70. These Michelle Millman reports. The border has been closed to non essential travel since last March. The closure was extended last month and is currently set to expire Friday. Canada's health minister says she is in favor of a vaccine certificate or passport if the border reopens in other foreign relations. Now more violence between Israel and the Palestinians. As the eighth day of that conflict rages on. CBS is Hayley Odds isn't tell Aviv no indication by the Israeli government that It's thinking about slowing down its attacks, and there hasn't been any indication by Hamas that it's going to stop firing rockets. Israeli military airstrikes today destroyed militant tunnels in the homes of nine Hamas commanders at least 200 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip. Report on this tax filing. Deadline day, President Biden says nearly 40 million American families are set to receive Monthly child tax credits You'll get deposited in your bank account half of your tax cut at least $250 per child each month. A direct deposit into your account payments kick in July 15th and continue every month throughout the year there, part of that nearly $2 trillion covert relief package..

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"mid july" Discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mid july" Discussed on Behind The Lens

"Press release. They stopped putting those out for quite a while like a couple of months. Okay this is going to be a lot of negatives in the sentence but the lack of them preemptively reporting covid cases the dropoff of preemptive reporting without you having to ask does not suggest necessarily that there are no cases in the jail. Oh certainly not. I mean as i said as i said after after the mid july mission accomplished. We learned a few weeks later. That that that they were surging again i. I can't say why they're not doing it I just know that that they have been doing it or at least haven't been doing it nearly as regularly okay. It's all cova all the time on this podcast this week. I hope it's not a precursor. You're not the only one over. Easter number two weeks to stop the spread mission accomplished expecting to see more of a b. one one seven surge hereafter mardi gras. I do still holding my breath. I don't have that in my notes this week. 'cause yeah i think it could be easter mardi around outlook you so cold. There is not as a solo out air through all right guys. We'll have a good week. Thanks for your time. This is behind the lens. Podcasts from the lens. New orleans first nonprofit nonpartisan public interest newsroom. I'm caroline heldman. Thanks to our guests this week. Martin juicin' philip kiefer and lens editor. Charles maldonado you can read all the weeks other news along with opinions at our website the lens. Nola dot org. Thanks for listening..

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