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"mike committee" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Action needs to happen and it's a great question. I think that you know. Just because are you know. One of our main powers is oversight. Doesn't mean that it has to be after the fact right now we just have to be reacted like doing post mortem than what went wrong with the first thing school the last storm or something the buildings department you know if we don't learn from it then that it's an exercise futility so i think the council could definitely be more aggressive with if there's time You know there's there's times you know depending on what the issue is to ask the city okay. This is coming. What do you have planned. What are you gonna be doing differently. Rather than sort of feeling powerless after the fact and and doing an autopsy on what went wrong. So that definitely can be frustrating. But i think there's a lot of a lot of stuff that also happens behind the scenes right like it's not like we're only Screaming at the administration about this stuff when we have our oversight hearings. I think we're you know the different districts that that these projects are are happening in Certainly is being You know different members in their districts are looking over these these projects. Mike committees looking over them sort of trying to look through to make sure they're moving along but it can be frustrating because these are big big projects that often Require you know a multi layers of funding from from different levels of government. So it's a lot and if you don't have an administration that is really prioritizing stuff again. It people find religion in the days after the storm and then it goes away so I think it's a matter of keeping that drumbeat going So that the urgency is there and so that things things are actually getting done. And it's about sweating the small stuff i mean you know you have to care about this stuff when i say all the time when government stales people on the smallest and most immediate levels that we can't be surprised when people don't trust the the same on the bigger issues and if you can't get the sewers cleaned out than how you gonna trust that same government to run a healthcare system so you gotta sweat the small stuff especially because that's the stuff that you have the immediate power over that that you can fix you know the the here and now all these projects even if they were all buzzing tomorrow. They're taking months and months and months two years. So that not going to happen overnight. But if they're just languishing three or four years with people fighting over funding and studies and all this stuff that we can't be surprised if every time there's a storm brings the city to its knees. So but i think council could definitely be be more proactive. I think a lot of especially being a pandemic. it's been tough because things are happening so quickly and a lot of times you know the governor will be on. Tv the former governor will be on tv talking about whatever is happening today with the pandemic and as local elected officials. Wear hearing it from the first. We're hearing for the first time just like everybody else is. So you know it's it's maddening. I mean and legislative bodies are not necessarily known to be the most nimble in passing legislation is not necessarily supposed to be the quickest act than you know other other acts of a legislature take time but but yeah there's there's there's probably more ways to be more aggressive on on oversight and accountability as you said. I guess that leads me back to this hearing you know i. It strikes me from the mayor on down that that nobody really can say you know we screwed up. I mean You know the mayor wants to blame the meteorologists Maybe their forecasts were off slightly. But as you said there were you know. Some pretty hefty predictions people might have been asleep at the switch on wasn't as bad as they said it was going to be but you know is there. What's the problem with with a officials. Not being able to say we screwed up and be you know why is it so hard for officials from the same parties. You know so often to say you screwed up. I mean something like this. You'd hope that transcends any of that nonsense. I think you have to be honest and You have to be honest with people and say look if we dropped the ball here. We dropped the ball. I mean the fact that we lost thirteen. People is is horrific. But you know if you want to give new yorkers faith that next time was gonna be differently. I think you gotta start with apologizing and recognizing that that we might have been caught off guard you know and and look i also honest about you know. We're going to talk about now we're gonna need to start. Evacuating folks living in low-lying areas in basement apartments. Then we need to have that conversation but we. We've never had that conversation before. I also think that you know we need to kinda say is lift. This bail exceptionalism a little bit. I think it's fine that we all would agree that this is the greatest city in the world. And there's no place like new york but that doesn't mean that other cities or countries or even states might be Might have better ideas than we do or better practice than we do on resiliency and we should be stealing from them as fast as possible. You know there's no need to reinvent the wheel here. I think that a lot of times. It can seem daunting like well. You know how we're gonna fix climate change so well but there's a lot of stuff that we can do and there's a lot of stuff at other cities and frankly countries are doing better so we need to learn from them. We need to not be afraid to steal their ideas of doing a better Eric atom says he's going to the netherlands to to check out some of that. So let's look there. Copenhagen is is the. they're doing the best from. What is there anything on the on the legislative front or even the budgetary front that you're trying to advance here.

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"mike committee" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"mike committee" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks have i mentioned the stolen lately. You know my attitude is. Let's let bygones be bygones. Can can rob. The american people have their voice. What's the big deal a. Let's let it go unless i'm being sarcastic i'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut party. What is the name of the menu just mentioned in what is his position. He's the president of the senate. Senator jake corman republican and undertake cormon. Yes okay so. He is a republican. I think the technical term is rhino. And he doesn't seem to like the idea of trying to find out what the voters in pennsylvania did now. Why if you don't mind my asking why would it be that state. Senator jake corman in pennsylvania would be against this. It doesn't make sense. Why would he be against this. I can only speculate. But he's been in office for twenty two years he took he took over his dad's seat of twenty one years of forty three years of cormon in in the state senate same district really has faced opposition in what i see. Erica is a status quo. Don't do anything risky. That can Overturn everyone's comfort level You know there's there's some opposition within my own caucus which is fine. There's there's going to be because in this is something that not all the people coupled with but you know i am But the bottom line is so when i was pressing ahead when i sent letters to the county is he. He told me he strong. He said i can't stop you. But i urge you not to sent the letter to the county's announcing that i had any information of doing an audit and then i gave them three weeks to comply philadelphia county york county county. Time came when it was time to do subpoenas. And of course when i had a vote i lined up. He undercut me. And so i worked with him and his staff for several weeks. Trying to get okay. What's your concern. What's the hangup couldn't come any resolution. So i went public on. You know so people are asking me. Doug subpoenas i'm like ask senator cormon senator jake. Corman has been in power for twenty two years before him. His father held the same seat. This doesn't sound good senator. Doug i know this sounds like the antithesis of what the founders tried to set up in this country where people are elected by their superiors the government is we the people we elect people. Like you like senator j corman to represent us not to have a sinecure not to sit there for decades. The way biden has done. How else am i supposed to interpret this. Let's ask another question. Why are you convinced that it's worth pursuing what you've been trying to pursue and what has been obstructed by folks like senator. Jake corman convinced. It's worth the trouble. Well i've seen some things obviously but going back to november third. More importantly i've heard from a quartermaine people eric. I represent about a quarter million people. I've heard from a quarter made people across pennsylvania with viable claims assertions accusations of a fraud or nefarious things going on at a polling station. And they're all telling me. Do something senator master or you work for us. Do something. And so as one of the most junior citizen building. Of course i put together. The hearing jake had no pardon he didn't even attend it and for eleven months. I've been champion this year. And we're on the cusp of beginning this entire audit and of course undercut by him for political reasons now. He's had a conversion moment. He's on radio stations and tv saying that he's four. We'll see i'm in missouri mode right now. Show me. But i was told by him and his staff. If i persistent is not only were they stripped me in my committee but also take away my harrisburg staff which he did. This is the kind of stuff that i think my relatives in sicily fled that country for the political corruption. thug tactics. And we're seeing here right here in pennsylvania so if you thought it was hard to get an audit done in arizona it's even harder in pennsylvania obviously my own. Party's undercutting our process. We're not suggesting senator jake. Corman is corrupt. We're actually stating it. There's a difference if if he is not what i fear he is. He needs to do something. And i'll i'll i'll go over his head to the people of pennsylvania or people anywhere in the country to write to him. Senator jake corman because ladies and gentlemen. The nation is at stake. Your children's future your grandchildren's future. We don't get another crack at this if we look away when history delivers up to us a moment such as we're living through right now it's on us. It is on us. So i don't know anything about jake corman but what you've said to me. Anyone who is not interested in at least letting brave folks like you do their job. I find that very disturbing and we need to understand why somebody like jake corman in pennsylvania would not be willing to take the trouble to wanna know what did the people in pennsylvania actually vote. It's pretty basic. We're being told not to talk about this. You haven't been on mainstream news. Have you this. Not a mainstream news now. I have you been on fox or newsmax. They talking to you all those stations and almost weekly with them laying out. What's going on. But i decided eric make this public. Because i've been dealing with this behind the scenes. For many months with senator cormon and.

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"mike committee" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"mike committee" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut

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The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 9 months ago

The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

"I'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut

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"mike committee" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Science Friday

"I had made just a tiny little programming error but it was entirely responsible for the effect that we saw so that the nature of the error was that i had inadvertently set the timing clock to start measuring the participants response time before the words were presented in the condition. That didn't have the circle. it's basically lake. I started the stop watch before the runners even got to the starting line. So what that means is that it looks like the condition with the circle was super fast. But it's actually just. Because i was giving it a head start so when i when i realized what had happened i mean i i. I saw that little thing. And i thought oh wait what did it nuno. Don't panic yet. Juliette that might not be it. And i tested a couple of other things and and then it was time to panic. Yeah i had I had i had made this mistake. So the bottom drops out of my stomach. I started crying. And i just started realizing all of the consequences that this was going to have so i. Would you know if if bring this to light would mean telling my research students Telling my co-authors telling the chair of my tenure committee and the dean of the college because i was currently under review for tenure like. Mike committee was meeting that month to decide whether i should have a job.

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"mike committee" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"It was bizarre. I literally her whole body changed overnight and it turned out that found out months later she was pregnant but we didn't know and it was a qatar gown. The it was so hard to get her in it and it had like a core set and literally she got into the car and hoping popped on her way so i had to jump in a car meet her there. We're able to kind of tweak it to do the carpet and then i ran inside and we changed into plan b Right away right away. It was but i didn't know she was pregnant and obviously like would never got corseted dress. She was pregnant unclear. Your says we're talking about oscars awards shows. They just announced that the golden globes will not be airing on nbc And you know lead the last couple of years with the sentiment of the world and then the pandemic Obviously everything was cancelled. And now this do you think that it may never be what it was as far as fashion and red carpet. And also i feel. It's not the same because of instagram. Because all these. Nothing's the same thing because you had to turn on the tv to see what nicole kidman was wearing course and you were excited to see what she was wearing. But now you know it before. She's even in the car. Yeah and i think that's why people are watching like maybe if the stars all got together and was like i don't plan like like yeah sure. Sure the answer is it's a fully loaded question but i think one of two things. I think that. I don't think it will be exactly the same as it was a just. Don't i think times have changed the same way. I don't think fashion week will ever be the same as it was We know too much. We see too much. We have too much information. All the mysteries gone honestly social media and the freedom behind social media There's very little left to the imagination and for you to actually have to wait for it. Such we are living in such an instant gratification society. Now that people don't wanna email anymore because text is faster Show i think that with award season. It's going to be one of two things. It's either going to come back with a vengeance because people have missed it and I think that they will ask that. People do not share things so that the networks in things can literally still survive in that area. And there's still some mystery and some excitement around it you know right I think it will come down to honestly is hollywood. Want it to the actress. Still want it Because ultimately if the actors lose interest in doing it it won't work because if they're not behind it and champions of yes. I'm not going to post on social. I'm not gonna share anything until we hit that red carpet. And i want people to watch this live. They have to be behind it. If they're not it will never work again. You know because if we're getting all the information totally hours before it happened who's gonna watch the pre shows who's gonna watch my mom well. My mom's shannon instagram. You know road. I think but i think ultimately there's not a whole lot left for us to wait for But i think listen. I i think that this year and last few years i mean. I think we're different people now. I think we have so much information. Our decisions are informed so differently. Now you know we don't right were you. can't you. Can't make jokes anymore. I mean you know you're so funny like there. There's not a safe joke really anymore. Well like i feel really bad for like really funny people. 'cause i mean the the comedians. I know mike. Mike committee in france. They're like unless i slip into being a different person. You know like onstage. I can't be me because everything is as offensive. I can't joke about anything anymore. So it's you know. I think the little even like you know fashion please. Which started with joan rivers shore. You know she was snarky. She would say that harsh thing and she didn't offend people but people also forgave her. 'cause it's joan rivers down. And she's everyone's bomb. You know whispers this cheer in your era hunter per sonnet and then after she passed it they tried to do it. Then it was just one scandal after another shot on. It's like if everybody you're gonna come out and because they you know if you see anything not nice. They're going to be like you're saying that because there are there a little bit bigger or because dot is pretty or because they're so it's like you just going to have to love every single outfit. Go i don't love the color. She looks gorgeous. I love okay. One hundred and not is that is what it would have to be. It would have to be a safe show. That's a fashion conversation. A cutting up of people. It's just not you can't get away with it anymore. you just can't yeah and so Yeah i love that. Yeah you're right about all of that. So how did the The rachel's oh project. How did the reality show come about someone approach you or did you think about it It was okay. So i i always think like chicken rag. I had been asked a few times. If someone could sort of follow me and do this kind of real life thing in my business in my career. I was working from home my studio and i literally when i say never i was like that is the number one thing i would never do to private us. And then after a while i started to really think about. There's so many things that i felt needed to be shared in. It was like people understand.

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"mike committee" Discussed on The A&P Professor

The A&P Professor

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike committee" Discussed on The A&P Professor

"But i don't always give you a place to start your exploration. Sometimes i do though and this is one of those times. I don't know why did this are how i got there. And i know i didn't start out wanting to go there but i somehow ended up on the triple a mission vision and values page. That's not really a place. I head straight. Four host websites okay. I don't go there on any website. I admit hit and less. I'm on a mission vision values task force and i'm looking for things to copy for mike committees homework assignment. Yes that i might go there. But somehow i ended up on aaa as mission vision and values page. And i'll admit it. I'm glad i did because it really does capture a lot about what i like about being triple aim member. If you want to get a feel for aaa thin go there. Not don't ask me how to get there though. All i know is that i started at an anatomy dot org and just.

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"mike committee" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Even i haven't done anything formerly on the data yet. Okay so that would be something that. At least i am very much looking forward to hearing when you when you had the time to look into that and in terms of your intervention. So you mentioned that it was fairly short if you had all the time and resources in the world would you look to do something. That is a longer timespan or what. What would you do differently. If you had all the time resources you needed Seats you might. You might be surprised by my answer. But i would actually make it shorter That's interesting provided a war to do this. Study again because one of the point that in my defense the mike committee made is that you're already working with athletes who are burnt out. And you made the case that they're burned out that you screen for them You we can. We can argue about the criteria. Used to of course. But i went through the effort of screening and taking those who were hiring burnout so the less the least demanding of intervention the better and despite my intervention. I don't think. I don't think was super demanding. Because the average time that is spent on these activities was twenty minutes so twenty times. Three was two hours total across two weeks. Some murky enslaving took more So i i don't think he was very demanding but if i had to do it again with burn out athletes i would probably do. It even shorter if i were to just try to increase. Presence of meaning in sports in athletes not necessarily burnt out athletes Probably i would either do the same or more but the the gold standard would be to to being person as opposed to online There are that are studies he now during interventions a lot of mindfulness intervention studies showing a lot of benefits from an online intervention compared to a nonintervention certainly in not a lot of differences between an online intervention in in-person intervention. Buddy seems to me therefore topics that are these There so the the manding and somewhat strange to talk about how to write about possibly im- person might. We might see something a little different. Yeah i mean as a qualitative researcher. I i definitely prefer to do my research on my interviews that i'm actually there with the person compared to online but i guess now with the covid situation these kind of things are going to be much more difficult. I guess for for a while at least for sure i think i think again may be again. That's that's the gold standard in mind. But maybe it's worth is more worthy of exploring a better online intervention. And i think one of the things that also sparked me to do. This is the economy of it rights. It's cheap it's writing. It's online you don't have to travel. You don't have to meet. Someone a really wanted to see something. This economic col- in terms of resources. And i will defend even in terms of time. Fairly economical provide a change. Maybe maybe needs to be like dr chow. Said well he said he eats either a question of frequency or a question of of a dosage May say do they need to write more Do they need to write more often or do they need to write about something completely different The third question. i think. Maybe it's too early to get to that question. By the first to certainly to be explored more and i think we always in a little bit dangerous waters if we start talking about the right dosage of meanings right side the meaning.

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"mike committee" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"In this last part of our discussion. We review the lessons learned from the empirical work as avella's mateos thoughts on future directions. In this gnassinde line of research from the show notes. You will find a link to mattel's research which will help in exploring his work for dr martin. Luther terry completed his doctoral dissertation in the field of sports psychology at florida state university. He's also professional water skier. A coach and has a very popular water skiing. Podcast i hope you enjoy the last part of our discussion. A new already. Obviously done a massive amount of work of in- inputting this research together. But i was wondering if you have looked at <hes>. The actual content of those findings or kind of that would be interesting to take the actual writing and do more qualitative research and analysis on those writings to more. Understand what what's going on there. Yeah so that's that's step two <hes>. This was definitely something that i want to to follow up on <hes>. Hopefully when i when my current job winds down in a couple of months. I'll be able to to dive into that. I have obviously read all the old writings <hes>. And i have done some quantitative analyses on them so <hes>. Defending the fact that was stopping the tricon of me of meaning. What i ended up doing was analyzing <hes>. The the words of the type of words that were used. And i use the a what is called dinning quiz. Sticking quired word count so this is <hes>. A software essentially dead categorizes richton words a bits of text of any length in categorizes the amount of wards in percentage across the totality of words on some categories. It's <hes>. It's called the liw. See any something that has been used <hes>. He's being used quite a beating psychological research. And so what i did. Was i analyzed for the intervention group. Six writing <hes> <hes>. Sessions the six writings and suffering since if the expressive the expressive writing exercise about a negative. Like the most traumatic event in sports would elicit more negative emotion than the one about the positive and uplifting event <hes> or for instance if the reflective writings would elicit more innovative processing words than dependent. Back your exercises. So i did this type of analyses of tried to see more of like a manipulation <unk> of of sorts. So were might writing exercises actually eliciting what they were supposed to release it and fortunately that seemed to be seemed to be the case <hes>. But in terms of qualitative work. Even i haven't done anything formerly on the data yet. Okay so that would be something that. At least i am very much looking forward to hearing when you when you had the time to look into that and in terms of your intervention. So you mentioned that it was fairly short if you had all the time and resources in the world would you look to do something. That is a longer timespan or what. What would you do differently. If you had all the time resources you needed <hes>. Seats you might. You might be surprised by my answer. But i would actually make it shorter <hes>. That's interesting provided a war to do this. Study again because one of the point that in my defense the mike committee made is that you're already working with athletes who are burnt out. And you made the case that they're burned out that you screen for them <hes>. You we can. We can argue about the criteria. Used to of course. But i went through the effort of screening and taking those who were hiring burnout so the less the least demanding of intervention the better and despite my intervention. I don't think. I don't think was super demanding. Because the average time that is spent on these activities was twenty minutes so twenty times. Three was two hours total across two weeks. Some murky enslaving took more <hes>. So i i don't think he was very demanding but if i had to do it again with burn out athletes i would probably do. It even shorter if i were to just try to increase. Presence of meaning in sports in athletes not necessarily burnt out athletes <hes>. Probably i would either do the same or more but the the gold standard would be to to being person as opposed to online <hes>. There are that are studies he now during interventions a lot of mindfulness intervention studies showing a lot of benefits from an online intervention compared to a nonintervention certainly in not a lot of differences between an online intervention in in-person intervention. Buddy seems to me therefore topics that are these <hes>. There so the the manding and somewhat strange to talk about how to write about possibly im- person might. We might see something a little different. Yeah i mean as a qualitative researcher. I

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Interview With Dr Matteo Luzzeri

Physical Activity Researcher

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr Matteo Luzzeri

"In this last part of our discussion. We review the lessons learned from the empirical work as avella's mateos thoughts on future directions. In this gnassinde line of research from the show notes. You will find a link to mattel's research which will help in exploring his work for dr martin. Luther terry completed his doctoral dissertation in the field of sports psychology at florida state university. He's also professional water skier. A coach and has a very popular water skiing. Podcast i hope you enjoy the last part of our discussion. A new already. Obviously done a massive amount of work of in- inputting this research together. But i was wondering if you have looked at The actual content of those findings or kind of that would be interesting to take the actual writing and do more qualitative research and analysis on those writings to more. Understand what what's going on there. Yeah so that's that's step two This was definitely something that i want to to follow up on Hopefully when i when my current job winds down in a couple of months. I'll be able to to dive into that. I have obviously read all the old writings And i have done some quantitative analyses on them so Defending the fact that was stopping the tricon of me of meaning. What i ended up doing was analyzing The the words of the type of words that were used. And i use the a what is called dinning quiz. Sticking quired word count so this is A software essentially dead categorizes richton words a bits of text of any length in categorizes the amount of wards in percentage across the totality of words on some categories. It's It's called the liw. See any something that has been used He's being used quite a beating psychological research. And so what i did. Was i analyzed for the intervention group. Six writing Sessions the six writings and suffering since if the expressive the expressive writing exercise about a negative. Like the most traumatic event in sports would elicit more negative emotion than the one about the positive and uplifting event or for instance if the reflective writings would elicit more innovative processing words than dependent. Back your exercises. So i did this type of analyses of tried to see more of like a manipulation of of sorts. So were might writing exercises actually eliciting what they were supposed to release it and fortunately that seemed to be seemed to be the case But in terms of qualitative work. Even i haven't done anything formerly on the data yet. Okay so that would be something that. At least i am very much looking forward to hearing when you when you had the time to look into that and in terms of your intervention. So you mentioned that it was fairly short if you had all the time and resources in the world would you look to do something. That is a longer timespan or what. What would you do differently. If you had all the time resources you needed Seats you might. You might be surprised by my answer. But i would actually make it shorter That's interesting provided a war to do this. Study again because one of the point that in my defense the mike committee made is that you're already working with athletes who are burnt out. And you made the case that they're burned out that you screen for them You we can. We can argue about the criteria. Used to of course. But i went through the effort of screening and taking those who were hiring burnout so the less the least demanding of intervention the better and despite my intervention. I don't think. I don't think was super demanding. Because the average time that is spent on these activities was twenty minutes so twenty times. Three was two hours total across two weeks. Some murky enslaving took more So i i don't think he was very demanding but if i had to do it again with burn out athletes i would probably do. It even shorter if i were to just try to increase. Presence of meaning in sports in athletes not necessarily burnt out athletes Probably i would either do the same or more but the the gold standard would be to to being person as opposed to online There are that are studies he now during interventions a lot of mindfulness intervention studies showing a lot of benefits from an online intervention compared to a nonintervention certainly in not a lot of differences between an online intervention in in-person intervention. Buddy seems to me therefore topics that are these There so the the manding and somewhat strange to talk about how to write about possibly im- person might. We might see something a little different. Yeah i mean as a qualitative researcher. I

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"mike committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Zakum bridge bathed in purple white and gold all in honor of the centennial of the nineteenth amendment giving women the right to vote in massachusetts By the way, the longfellow bridge in Boston city hall, also among the other structures lit up in a similar glow. on the crime veep detectives in the city looking for a second suspect in yesterday's police involved shooting endured chester and hundreds of wayfair employees plan to walk off the job tomorrow because wayfair sells furniture to a contractor that runs child detention facilities on the southern border the mayor of fall river has the date no not for another election but for his corruption trial and state lawmakers on beacon hill considerable meant to help point out students who may pose a risk to others james rojo's from the state house tonight there have been thirty six school shootings so far this year across the country that's according to state senator berry feingold he must have now we have to find ways to try to prevent this he joined daniel barden the father of a sandy hook school shooting victim for a hearing at the state house barden believes the students are the first line of defense they have a very unique perspective in vantage point to to actually be on the frontlines to to get help to their their peers and become more connected with their peers the safe students act is aimed at combating violence bullying and suicide through school education and outreach at the state house james rojo stub u._b.'s z. boston's newsradio james third of all mass shootings are at the hands of people who are actually legally banned from buying an owning a gun according to the group every town for gun safety one of the problems is that people who are trying to buy guns illegally rarely prosecuted across the country in two thousand sixteen and seventeen nearly twenty four thousand federal background checks were referred for investigation after gun purchase denials only ninety five of those were referred for prosecution and only twenty five were actually prosecuted now federal authorities say they're looking at ways to strengthen perjury laws so that more potential shootings can be thwarted by keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and of course we want to keep guns out of the airport house oversight mike committee chair logic cummings has concerns about holes in airport security nine security vulnerabilities where dented as of september twenty eighteen none none had been formerly resolved the maryland democrat opened today's hearing blasting the administration for shifting t._s._a. resources to the southern border ohio republican jim jordan said that's happening because of the growing crisis there and an official with the government accountability office testified today that risks to airport security are ongoing and evolving the pilot of a chopper that crashed on top of new york city high rise knew he was in big trouble just before that accident a._b._c.'s aaron katersky with the update when he took off from the east side heliport in bet weather tim mccormick figured he had a twenty minute window to make it out a preliminary report from federal safety investigators said the doomed helicopter headed south along the east river and then changed course north lost in the clouds mccormack radio that he did not know where he was the n._t._s._b. has found nothing mechanically wrong with a helicopter pieces of it were found on the fiftieth floor and on the street below mccormick was killed in the crash earlier this month space xs overnight launch of its biggest rocket packed with twenty four research satellites gets an a. but not quite an a plus c._b._s. news space consultant bill harwood says overall this mission was a success all twenty four of those satellites exactly where they wanted them to be now the only thing they didn't accomplish to make this perfect sweet was they didn't get all three of their first stage both back you know spacex lex to recover those venture so they can be refurbished launched again as part of their long range goal of keeping costs down to successfully landed back at the cape canaveral air force station but the center booster they were trying to recover on an offshore drone ship several hundred miles app to see and that one got closed but just didn't make the heavy rockets hall includes a deep space atomic clock a solar sail and human ashes one hundred and fifty humans american astronaut mclane is back on earth after more than two hundred days at the international space station she was one of three on board soyuz capsule that landed and kazahkstan early this morning local time this was the army lieutenant colonels first time in space smart speakers bringing radio back into the home and no station forms a home better than w._b._z. newsradio while you cook while you clean them whatever you do in between live and local reporting on everything that matters to this.

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"mike committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American F to split with the pirates. I don't like the fact that is L glazes did not retaliate against Bill after Suarez was hit. But that's a different matter reds off today. Back out tomorrow Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the Washington nationals in town, and a public extortion is taking place of Carl lender and FCC by social Justice activist, and allegedly. There's been some reporting. There may be no meeting today at two o'clock that may be tomorrow morning, and let's the rules are suspended. It may go on and on and on a woman on top of these things is Amy Murray of Cincinnati city council, and Amy Mary, welcome, again, to the Bill Cunningham show. Amy, how are you? Good. How are you today? I'm doing well this afternoon. Things are good. I want to talk about to seal box circus, which few of us know about, but it's unbelievable. What seal wasn't it with a circus? But tell us as we sit here this afternoon. There was allegedly meeting at two o'clock, which now been changed, maybe tomorrow morning or maybe next week. Can you tell us where is right now relative to the extortion? So we have a council meeting today at two so SC see is put through a request that they need to just change a little bit of their border. And if not for the stadium so it's just right away. It just involves road. So this has nothing to do with the people that are displaced has nothing to do with the Bill beans. It's just about a right away for ROY for the road so that they can get started and continue building their state him. So it must economic growth yesterday. I'm chair of that committee and pass became the presentation is is that this has nothing to do with the building nothing to do with people being displaced. Some people are still trying to hold it up because about in. So it's supposed to come the poor council today, but you need I think it's seven number just members of council is spend the rules that we could take it up, and instead of having three separate readings of the ordinance so hopefully it will be voted on today, and it will go forward and then F C can move forward. But if for some reason council members decide that they don't wanna voted on today and just the lay. It then mayor cranley already said, if another complementing tomorrow to have a second reading in my suppose another time, we'll have the third sitting because Willie otherwise it's get delayed for two or three weeks and literally, it's just a right away from the city to help them move forward with the project has nothing to do with the Portman has nothing to do with where people are living Amy Murray. Let's check back from this thing, fourteen Americans who live in dilapidated. And housing called section eight on the edge of FCC. I went through over the weekend with my friend and your Shaun. Donovan does I I wanna go down there. I said show me show me show me these Bill. I'm going to look at his building. They are dilapidated buildings and God bless these people, whether live, minimal lives getting section eight housing and their month to month tenants, and for those that don't know month to month tenant means that means the landlord can say to you, in thirty days, you got to go and the tenant can say, I want to go in thirty days in other words, as a two way street, and these people have now been offered by Carl Linder among other things. Twenty five hundred dollars in cash each. All they're moving expenses. Each and free rent for the next six months on condition. They agree by tomorrow, or maybe this afternoon or tomorrow to, to do the deal. In other words, we're going to give you twenty five hundred dollars to, which you're not entitled, we're going to give you more months of free rent that you're not entitled, and we're gonna pay all your moving expenses that you're not entitled to. It's like a gift. And now the Josh spring crowd wants to have an unarmed robbery, the number bandied about I hear is forty thousand dollars each in order to get them to move. And then you've got members of council who buy into this farce like Tamayo Denard and Chris sale Bach. And when you're young and PG sit feld, and Greg Landsman or buying into the into this Canard, maybe David Mann that somehow these individuals have a lender lottery ticket that they've hit the Linder lottery. They get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars collectively. And so am I missing. Why are they social Justice warriors acting illegally? Maybe it's a crime in order to extort money from somebody for zoning, which is unrelated to that building explained to me where am I wrong? You're not wrong, and I feel badly for the people that live in, because they are being given a great deal from the organization as you said, if another developer office, they. Would not have to do anything they want. Have you moved on it? And I was talking to my son about this today, and I said, you know, when you're on a month to month lease it means that you can it be Ashley within a month. But you also have the -bility to say I'm leaving. It's not years lease. You're not going to be liable to have to pay if you leave early. But you know what? I see FCC doing is, they're offering you said to move, folks, they're offering them to live, other six months. I really think it's, you know, some of the activists act together, and they're just wanting to stay out there and they're hurting to folks that really need the help. And I said it Mike committee yesterday. You know, I think that there's eight individual units impacted now I think you need to be negotiating individually because you all have individual needs of what you need. And I just feel like they're going to get the short end because the organization of his coalition is kind of keeping it away from what I can people really need to move forward, and they should have been able to move forward already, and they're just locked into them, telling them. Oh, no. You hit the lottery. Well, well, that's not the case, you know, they're being made whole dripping helped to which is way beyond your needs to do it. I feel badly because we want development in our city to be able to come and say, Cincinnati's a great work and to build and develop. And if you have such a great family have done so much far city that are having such a hard time. You know that's the problem. It's a children's hospitals and other perfect example. But what are they is the fourteen down to aid? Is that what you're telling me? Well, I heard it's eight unit. So it could be fourteen individually. I think like one of the individual that's just started to work with them and realize, like you know what? I just want to move on, and I'd rather talk to them individually and say, these are my concerns, these are my issues, you help me. And so, I think one of the units is doing that right now when you say they want to negotiate what the hell do they have the negotiate with them? They don't but what's happening is council? Members are holding it up and saying, I'm not going to approve this unless you make the residents half your whole which they've already been made more than hole, and they're not legally responsible to do that. But, you know they're being good corporate citizens and saying that she what we can do to help, but it's never going to be enough for some of the activists because they just wanna keep this going. They're not happy that FCC's there in the first place. And, you know, I think that they're helping the residents that are there, extreme left-wing activists couldn't care less about these individuals that are being hurt what they want is the issue to be kept alive. So they get more public funding of their pet projects, and they want to diminish. The ability of Americans to work. I mean this stadium. When I went I sat there and looked at Taft, high school stadiums coming out of the ground, pretty good shape, but there's no way the stadium's going to open up in the next seventeen months eighteen months, there's no way. Way to do this up against the clock right now. And a watch a good corporate citizen being extorted to pay money, and the extortion will never stop, it will go on and on and on. They have nothing to negotiate with. They have no power. The law says you can leave what if the landlord would say to them? No, we're in a month to month lease. But I hereby, demand you stay for the next two years. And pay the rent, they'd say what are you talking about? The law is completely on the side of FCC, and Carl Linder. But nonetheless, it doesn't make any difference to my Denard Christie Obock and window young and PG and Landsman and these men and women Amy, our lawmakers in a sense that they're representing the law, how to lawmakers say, we're going to violate the law and force a private developer to get in the business of section. Eight housing. When Carl wants to be in the soccer business hit a wanna be the section eight business and he's reaching into his checkbook, writing north of six. Figures for these people make them happy, because it's an unarmed robbery by city council. Did you tell me? How's this going to play out the next week or two? You think you can't make someone that saying this is what we're building to say? What you need to every more than you need to be developed, or you need to get into section eight housing because that has all sorts of other things I kept with it, too. I'm not sure how it's going to play it really depends on what happens at council today. Hopefully it can come to the floor, and we can take a vote on it, and hopefully it passes, SE still has other things that will be coming before council. These comfortable members want to continue having leverage. They'll still have that. But there's no reason to slow this up because it's just gonna hurt you know, FCC and the winners and cost them a lot more money. What message then to the next developer after children's hospital was on armed robbery? And now you got FC robbery extortion threats what, what messages sent to the next big time, developer. We're going to Detroit, what messages sent in Cincinnati. The next developer, but really, I don't even want to say that out loud, because I don't want to developers to hear this and not come to Cincinnati, because we have so many great things here like this council is making it very difficult for developers to come and do their job. And I think what people really need to look at is, you know, when you are lucky people to city council, and I'm not saying it for me because I'm term limited. But you really have to think about this. You know, council deals with a lot of development in house, the city progresses. And if you're going to have counsel that is completely opposed to development or makes it very difficult. We're going to be hurt as the city and the perfect example was children's hospital who is a jewel in our. City and, in fact to have these members of council commit unarmed robbery against children's hospital. The final vote was five to four two. Grossly expand the half a billion dollar project. I don't know how many millions and millions of dollars children's hospital produces every year for the city..

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"mike committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"RTC. See your RTC the RTC of wash. Oh, county and welcome back to I on Washington are look at issues important to Nevada veterans, what one Nevada was congresswoman wants to meet them. And she is my guest today. Woman seemingly. Did you know that Nevada's connection with our military and veterans goes all the way back to our induction into the union in eighteen sixty four during the civil war just a little e o w trivia for you at the time? President Lincoln was facing tough reelection battle ending needed extra votes. We encourage the Dopp tion of Nevada territory to officially become the thirty six state of the union. It is because of the induction into the union during the civil war that Nevada's motto is born, my guess, as she's here on the hill doing battle on veteran behalf telling the press upon her assignment to the house veteran, the fares committee that she will, quote use my voice to fight for them every day. Here's the jurisdiction of that committee, veteran's measures, generally cemeteries in which veterans of any war, or conflict or buried whether in the US or abroad compensation vocational rehabilitation and education of government issue, life insurance on account of service in the armed forces pensions volume. Wars adjustment of service members to civil life civic relief and veteran's hospitals, medical care, and treatment of veterans ear from a military family as your father shared his thoughts on the needs of fellow veterans with you. Listen. My father was veteran and actually went to school using the GI Bill. He's since passed away. It was a, you know, honestly. Key memory was when I was young girl he invited to Vietnam. Veterans who were paralyzed indoor house. I'm one of eight kids, so we did not have many bedrooms, despair. So the fact that he was willing to open up his house to these Vietnamese that show you how important it was to him that we take care of our veterans sold. Certainly said a legacy that I've followed. Well, I apologize that. I did research that properly. I'm very sorry for your loss. So you not only serve on the committee. You've already been given a chairmanship, you chair, the subcommittee on technology modernisation. Please. Tell us about its purpose. Well, basically, you know the a has vista electron ick medical records system. Currently, there's a lot of issues when active members go from being active to veterans making sure their medical records travel with them, they can access them. So the whole electric a medical record modernisation programme, Mike committee was created in twenty. Seventeen basically has no recite committee to make sure this is a ten billion dollar ten year project, making sure that it's on schedule on time. But more importantly, that we continue to improve access to medical care, and make sure that no veterans get hurt in the rollout of the modernization of the electron, medical records, major, major project, big issues with interoperability, not just with the department of defense, but also with community care providers. A now that we have the mission act, there will be more on access for veterans to access community providers. And so making sure that the medical records can talk back and forth, one another. Oh, yeah. Upon appointment to chair. We've said fits right into your quote, you, you told the press that that when you're providing proper care for those putting their lives on the line. Quote that means modernizing the VA investing in the right technology to do, so, which is basically what you said, you know, I love the idea that the battle born motto that it comes from the civil war in Nevada action into the union. I it just shows a lot of pride in its military heritage. Anything else you wanna tell us about your goals for the committee, basically, our, our main goal for the committee is making sure that we roll out this project, which is huge project and get veterans the best care deserve..

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"mike committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pound dollar twenty seven twenty nine Boeing shares of jump higher following a report in the Wall Street Journal, which suggests the March tenth ups airlines disaster, which one hundred fifty seven people, and triggered a global grounding of playmaker. Seven thirty seven max just may have been linked to a bird collision right now Boeing is up one point three percent. That's. Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets is underway with Lisa and Paul Gregg Jarrett. Thank you so much. A risk on day today, day, number two after yesterday. Across the board. Equities up modestly, let's see where the action is with the equity markets with Bloomberg stocks editor today Wilson, Dave. Well, you are seeing a bit of a rebound in chip makers and other companies affected by the Trump administration's moves on why technologies now that at least you have somewhat of a reprieve. I mean it's relatively limited, but the Commerce Department is given this ninety day. Why since for while way to keep serving its US, customers, specifically some rural providers abroad, band internet service and some wireless customers. So, you know, at least there's hope I suppose that you get some kind of a resolution short of a total ban that lasts for any length of time. I mean you look at chipmakers, they're certainly helping to lead the market at this point technology stocks at the forefront of the gains, you'll can and then tell up two percent of Qualcomm up almost two percent as well. So that gets your attention the other side of the story, though. Is that now that we're in the heart of retailer earn ings? We've got some real disappointments here exception to the rule in today's trading. When you've got cold shares down almost thirteen percent. Of course, there's so much focus on Cole's because, you know, now they've got this relationship with Amazon, you can get deliveries at Kohl's department stores. And so what happens first quarter profit, and revenue trail estimates by the most in three years based on our data here at Bloomberg. They cut their full year earnings forecasts by more than ten percents so much for that. Then you have TJ Maxx, the owner TJ Maxx, marshalls homegoods and their numbers. Didn't quite measure up either. Wasn't so much the latest quarter because they came out ahead there, but nothing really exciting in their second quarter forecast and the snacks down more than three percent. So perhaps another example of how companies get beaten up for doing not so great as opposed to having an outright negative, which is what you saw calls, and we're going to be talking next hour with Sarah halzack, Bloomberg opinion more about some of the retail earnings that we've gotten out, I do have to wonder though, whether what we're looking at is due to trade tensions, or looking at is a slowing US economy, that's being born out by less consumer spending on discretionary items. I do want to just mention that we did just get data showing that sales of previously owned US homes unexpectedly declined in April. It was a fifth drop in six months. Another mess despite the fact that we've got lower mortgage rates. You just have to wonder how often how much can we blame the trade war versus a lot of indicators? That just show that things are slowing down. Well to some extent one gets you the other. I mean because let's face it, if you're not doing as much business with other countries or things get interrupted because tariffs, not a plus for the economy. You know that said, I mean it's funny you mentioned those existing home sales. I was looking at the home builder's. They're all up the ones SNP indexes. So at least it goes to show, you that the lower mortgage rates are getting people's attention. So it's a matter of some confidence, perhaps that consumer spending will persist here. I mean, otherwise, you wouldn't get the kind of gains or seeing in the face of those existing home figures. And let's face it home resales. I mean that's the bulk of the housing market, right there. Yeah. Home depot's numbers kind of came in today and, you know, kind of mixed bag stock is kind of flat here. But you take a look at the department stores and least you mentioned trade wars, and just the consumer. There's also just the concept of where does the traditional. -partment store. Kind of really shake in this retail environment, given the Amazon, and we have some decent numbers that Macy's. But then again we had some disappointing numbers today. So it's, it's at best it seems a mixed bag of performance. Yeah. It was interesting to me is on one hand. What's the future of department stores? On the other hand, online retailers are getting into brick and mortar. So it's not like they're, they're divorced from each other, or that the concept of going to a physical stores become obsolete. Couple things to note here, nordstroms numbers will be out after the close today. So we'll find out if Kohl's was a coal story or department store story and considering the numbers from were police okay, may very well kind of tipped the balance one way or the other, and I wanna point out this really tiny department store chain Stein mart. They just made a deal similar to calls to have Amazon lockers into stocks up forty eight percent of their mind. This company that's even with that trading at a dollar forty share. So you know, we're not talk. Talking about, you know, something even on the order of Kohl's nonetheless. It gets your attention the whole idea the relationships between the online. And if you will the brick and mortar world I mean, to the extent that they get closer mean, people pay attention. And they like what they say, I think that's what folks in the retail business. Call Omni channel retailing that Tom Keene does not allow spoken in the studio. He just doesn't buy it. But so he just saves the Paul safe it up for this hour. Excited to say Omni channel hold is you can buy online, as easily, as you can buy in the store, or you can pick up at your house, but through delivery or get in store. I mean it's, it's all that put together but it didn't help Kohl's. So I mean, this is the interesting thing, right? So they actually rolled this out. They've started doing it, and it didn't boost earnings as much as people at expected well, saying, so it's sort of interesting to see how big of a boost is actually going to be well, it's one thing to get people to the stores which. Is what you would do with having the Amazon lockers there. It's another thing to get them to buy you as opposed to Amazon. So that's the challenge that Cole's face no doubt, Stein, mardell face. And it's really kind of part and parcel of these relationships between the online world and the physical world. Exactly. I'll tell you what story when you think about all this is WalMart. I mean they've kind of got the best of both worlds. They put up several quarters now very strong ecommerce growth. And of course, there's a store everywhere. So you think there's anybody that can compete against Amazon? It would be kind of WalMart, given that, you know, if you think about that Omni channel presence, and their brand, they're certainly a fantastic position and they've proven that they can do that. They've actually increased their online sales quite a bit. Also just a note. We are keeping an eye on oil prices today as well. They were higher now they've actually turned a bit lower. But the idea here being that OPEC is. To continue with production cuts in response to what they see potential declines in demand. Interesting. We'll keep an eye on oil throughout the day. Now let's over toward ninety nine one studios in Washington DC. Nathan Hager for world and national headlines. Nathan paul. I'm keeping an eye on the House Judiciary committee. It's just opened up a hearing another one on the mother report without its star witness. Former White House counsel Don Mcgann is defying a subpoena under presidential directive Charing in Jerrold Nadler has already said he's going to move to hold Mcgann. Again in content. He says congressional subpoenas are not optional, but Brown University political science professor, Wendy Schiller says the White House may have a point here. You can argue it's the country lawyer. But really, it's the president's lawyer. So if there are conversations that present doesn't want to have shared with congress. You can argue that he can say, you can't talk about that when you go testify before congress on the other hand Schiller, says, President Trump may have less of a leg to stand on when it comes to withholding his financial records from congress yesterday. A federal judge ruled the house oversight. Mike committee does have a thorny to examine the president's personal and business records and to request them from his accounting firm, president and his businesses just filed notice that they plan to appeal that ruling president argued, congress needs a legitimate legislative purpose to see the documents. But the federal judge in Washington rejected that argument in about an hour. UK Prime Minister Theresa may will lay out a new proposal for getting her Brexit deal through parliament may spokesman James slack, says her cabinet discussed all conceivable Brexit options, and they know the plan must include significant new aspects to pass a spokesman for the opposition labor party says it's unlikely they will support May's agreement no matter how a few sieve the new offer is hard line conservative lawmaker. Jacob rees-mogg has already said he will vote against it. Global news twenty four hours.

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"mike committee" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:58 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Hundred We're talking to Pat Bates from the Encino neighborhood council patches, so to clarify so the Encino district. Does include this Balboa VO? One and a half miles threats may clarify it. It's not technically and Seino. But the Encino neighborhood council at lake though, Bowen neighborhood council jointly cover this apob a basin. It actually is its own sensitive cracked, and it's if you look a lot of the federal land is separate census trips like the look out Hansen dam van Nuys airport. They're they're a completely separate trick. Do they do? You know, what the number was that? They counted in that region. The the basin. Yeah. Thirty one. Thirty one. Video from a news broadcast, whether a hun-. I mean, that's outrageous. I mean, that's so here's we have. So when I see the cameras by the river baseman, both in Santa Ana and here in Los Angeles. And then I see the massive mammalian sealife life die off. I wonder if that has any relationship after the rains, the all the feces and debris trash and needles. Go out to the sea. And we had a we had a significant die of sealines dolphins right after the rights that I guarantee you is related to this. Maybe we can get people's attention by talking about that. Because the seems like the wellbeing of these people, and there are mental health doesn't matter to our officials. No, well, it it does. I you know, what I am seeing is really really seeing progress to start being made. And one thing Mike committee is really concentrating on is is how can we help? Can we note that sit around talking about it? But right now, we're looking at. At getting dumpsters in the area. I will tell you when you drive down a road, and you see a bunch of shopping carts full of garbage. Because the people living in the area cleaned, the area up themselves and put it out there and call it hit into my L A three one one right and they want, but sometimes, but sometimes they sometimes they claim it as their belongings. You're not allowed to touch it. No. That's it's it's clearly different. These a good deal of for instance, about a month ago along belbow boulevard, we had about I'd say sixty shopping carts full of clearly garbage. No question and the people had police their area, they'd cleaned it up, and they actually called it into my ole three one one was picked up and dispose of goods and imagine if you were living in there, what do you do with your Trish? There's no Trish place to put it. That's why we're we're looking right now at trying to get some dumpsters. That's important because the rodent population is what's carrying the disease. Right now, this summer is going to be really serious with the road as your councilmember. Nury Martinez in that area. He covers the base and there may be a tiny sliver. That's correct there may be ninety sliver that stupid ru. But yeah, are they working with you guys to try to not? I mean, I know getting trash picked up there. I mean, that's great for a short term fix. But I mean, what about trying to get them out of there and into mental health facilities or into shelters or something. I mean, leaving them is not, you know, no, not not long no reaches going in there. A lot of these people are in the coordinated entry system and a lot of them have been placed. So what what isn't getting out as the good news? You know, what isn't getting out is really what is being done. I was hit a meeting yesterday at Sheila kill softness. And that's what we we told the the people from these agencies is, you know, tell people what's being. Done because you're not hearing it where the place was being made. You know, I would imagine all over the place. Let's I know some are going into the LA family housing facility or are. They actually other than the arrangements in the opportunity being presented are they actually going into these beds? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Just in Encino. And there's something about the resources you're deploying there. That's having success. No, this is citywide countywide countywide. Countywide progresses being made. It's just flow. It's something that was let go too long, and it's not going to disappear overnight. And so then throw in the economic component. And you, you know, there are adequate beds, or adequate resources you're saying there are not adequate beds. Okay. So so how's everybody? That's why we're hunting for bridge housing locations. And you know, as you're probably aware went when it's proposed to put a say as supportive housing project just about anything usually a lot about positions, but there's a lot about position to bridge housing. And basically the bridge housing is coming with a covenant that it will not be the homeless saying out. I mean, it's they're going to have security and so on are they getting services. Wraparound services. Otherwise, you're wasting your time. Right. We just heard today that the deaths this so far the homeless up seventy five percent just this year. And I it's going to be a rough summer with infectious diseases. If if we don't get get going. We need to going. Everything big little that. We can do is there a place to go resort. Go to see know NC dot org. If you want to be a part of it is that they should find you. Yes. That is that is our website. I am as we go along. I am putting resources up on our homelessness committee page. There's a very interesting article. To hold you. And do it across the brakes midday live AM seven hundred KABC. We threw a birthday party for my older son at Trekkies when he was little and I'm staying I'm standing Chucky cheese, and parents who've done this will know, you stand there, you have tokens because everything is token, and you got to by eight million dollars tokens and the kids are just gimme gimme gimme gimme hand them out. And then when you're done you get eight hundred tickets for games you played in one. And they give you something like a gummy worm the cost minus three cents. But I'm standing there. And my wife comes up my wife at a time. The ex wife comes up to me, what are you doing? So what do you mean what I'm doing? I'm watching the kids. And I'm giving them token. She said don't they're not with our party. I give a thousand dollars to other kids who who weren't even there with us. And then at the end of the night, and I don't have to stop, you know, party ends at eight somebody didn't come and get their kid. So he's crying, and then you have to take him to your house, and you know, they'd love for Yugoslavia to visit their parents. But forgot to tell us in the babysitter. They forgot to tell. So you now you're living with the kid for the next. Favors college. And the other question before we go to Mickey is if a place has rodents are dropping in it. It's vermin infestation. They close it down. How did a genius decide to open a place where vermin rodent is actually the spokesperson for the place? We have a giant rodent, and that somehow in food service place, he figured out would work. I don't get any of that. These days it takes. Kelly.

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"mike committee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:33 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"John lund. Tom Tolbert with you. Good a chance to talk to the head coach of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Douglas Kerr, and I gotta I gotta be honest. The opening of our show makes it sound. Like, I'm the only one that calls you, Steve it is your name, by the way. With a P H. Not the thank you. Appreciate that. Okay. About it out. I wasn't or anything. What's going on? Oh, nothing. Just catching some masters highlights. Now all from the gym. Did you see the the security guard on what's gonna yellowcard for taking out the tax? Oh my goodness. It was in his throat. Like, oh my God. I'm going to get fired. He's infamous. He would have been in deep. Trouble. Executives would not have been happy. Yeah. To the the clippers series and a little preview of that. I'm just curious. So the last game of season against Memphis. They play the guys in the first half. And you sit him to the second half Indy. You didn't need the game meaningless game for both teams. I'm just wondering did you say anything at halftime Blake guys, not anything? But I'd like not to give up hundred seventy points possible. Yeah. One did I did have. Actually, I remember exactly what I said actually guys I'm gonna I'm gonna tell you something that will never ever happen again in the history of of again the future history of the game. I said we have twenty assists and three turnovers at halftime. And we're losing by eighteen point. Thinking about that. Virtually impossible is not that that that's pretty amazing. And they were they were actually pretty they're pretty hot that game. I getting credit they're making shots. But I was I was looking up kind of watching it. And then I lost track of it. I went to look at the score. And I thought you guys I think it was like sixty seven point. And I was like oh, man. They put it on them. And I go eighty seven or eighty three will what? I think the only time I can remember that happening before was in the final in. Two thousand seventeen but we have three oh lead on Cleveland came four. We were hoping to get take care of the sweep, and they believe they scored eighty six in the first half they made about twenty three twenty four three pointers for the game. You remember that one? I do do you. Did you take the buggy and sake is probably not going to be needing this. Yeah. That. Gives you thoughts on this series. And in your mind, what will be what will be key? This thing solid is is our key. You know, they're the clippers are really good young team. Great story. I mean the last couple of years they kinda dismantled the championship contender. Three d Andre Blake. And Chris they basically unloaded all of them. And our building. And having traded Tobias Harris who was arguably their best player. Weeks ago and a couple months ago. And now here we are there in the playoffs. So they'd be they've got something special. It's a good group of guys the play hard play together. Dachshund a really good job with them. And so they're going to be tough. And they've got nothing to lose. I mean, that's yeah. That's the thing that I always think about going into a playoff series. It's a lot harder to play his favourite than it is as the underdog, and and you have to take that into account. And and you know, I'm going to be called. Solid, forty eight minute games long game and for solid. We take care of things. We should be good shape. How do you? We've talked about this before the term appropriate fear. How? Or just being in the playoffs enough to to have appropriate fear. When I mean, he has monster favorites against his team. You just beat him a week or so ago, I mean by by thirty points, I is is being in the playoffs. Like guys we worked all year for is that enough orders need to be something more. That's enough. The only time I've seen our team have a letdown in the playoffs. Who's is up three? Oh, I saw that the player too. I know I've told you the story, but when I played with the bulls we we were up three oh on Miami. And the day before game four Michael Jordan in a mob. Rashad went out and played sixty five holes of golf. Sixty five holes of golf in one day. Yeah. Joliet. Storytime? They think I think you have. I'm surprised that invite you. Well, I was playing right behind them with. Okay. And but we only eighteen. Bring up the story is that you know, I'm pretty sure he wouldn't have played sixty five holes of golf before game one. But you know, you get three oh natural letdown everybody, you know, it's almost like regular season getting but pretty much the rest of the playoff games. It's you know, the prep is air. Everybody's fired up and ready. Michael told you said look if I didn't think the game was important outta played sixty six. Right. Are you might as well finish the story because it's one of my favorite Michael stories ever. And you can look this up. Our listeners might be able to figure it out find it a line but in game for going into the fourth quarter. I wanna say Michael to for nineteen from the field. And. If it was any better than that. It was barely made, you know, three for twenty max might have even been worse. One free t we're losing by twenty points. He's taking a couple of shots or airball. She was so easily. It was so easy to see that his just as timing was off on a shot, and we're all thinking, well, how did the golf sixty five holes? And he scored twenty two in the forest he made one shot to start the fourth. And it was like, oh, that's third. Like, no. There was never a sense of distress. Can you imagine? If you were I was one for nineteen. Well, if you or I were one for nineteen that would be over the course of like three or four games. Actually, take four games. And we'd be the worst slump of my life. Like, I can't play any more. He just he went out there and one shot all token, we're losing two points that he had like twenty four in the fourth quarter. We almost came back and won. And just an incredible display of confidence. Steve Kerr's get enough to join us. You know, I mean, this is a playoff team. This is what this team is completely judged on. So how good does it feel for you the team just to be in the playoffs and to have the season behind you. The last two regular seasons seem to have taken forever. You know, and and there's just so much that goes into you know, doling championship team maintaining a championship team. And and and then continuing to do it and tried to your after year and so regular season. You know, it it it takes longer. Just there's there's less excitement, and you feel more like you're waiting around. And that's that's what it's felt like for for much of its season. We're just waiting for the playoffs so work. Yeah. We're pretty excited that they're here funding. Do you feel at all like you miss part of the journey in that? It's not it's it's almost a foregone conclusion you guys going to be in the playoffs. Do whatever OECD guys get it's probably gonna be one or two. But who knows I'm just wondering I mean that that's a long time to just kind of be waiting around. And it just you know, looking at your wa. Watch and thinking guys playoff time yet. I'm wondering how you feel because they love this. You love what you're doing you love your job. And you love being around the guys. But how does it feel going through a season when you know, the real juices at the end of the season. It's definitely miss out. I mean, I I would I would tell you this year last year compared to you know, four and five years ago dramatically different. You know, when you're on the climb and everything's fresh and exciting and the fans are going nuts every night, and it's a different feeling than what we feel now, which is just expectation. And and so it's not as fun, but you have to try to to motivate the guys best way, you can give them stays give them rats, and then still build for the for the end, and I'm actually pretty happy with the way we played the last couple of weeks because all things considered after this long regular season last two weeks defenses. Then you know, pretty pretty good other than Memphis game. Are you concerned at all? I mean, one of the things that I watched the clippers, and I I think Doc Rivers going to get I think I've told you before I think Dr and you get a lot of consideration for for coach of the year. I think it's a fantastic job with them. But we know what Lou Williams can do and gallon areas at score. I really think mantras aero is a guy that they don't know if he gets talked about for six man of the year work 'cause he's probably playing with the six minutes your word winner, and Lou Williams, but he's been phenomenal this year. This is his energy. I think is infectious. I mean, he's he's kind of an old school guy pick and pop guys pick and roll guy plays with ferocity and taken to the rim. And I think they feed off that. And I wonder how much of a key is that just making you keep tabs on him and not let him get all those dirty work points for sure he's a huge part of their team. And and Lou Williams offs adventure together or really dynamic. But yeah, we, you know, one of our keys as always. Is to win the possession game and part of taking care of the ball not turning over and part of it. It's boxing out a guy like Carol who could crush you get, you know, eight nine offense aboard in a game in change everything. Steve Kerr's, Jonas the clippers. Obviously don't use much of a traditional center anymore. And you've got DeMarcus cousins, how do you expect Marcus aid to respond to the playoffs for the first time in his career? And and what about his role against the clippers because in the past obviously in the playoffs. You've used kind of center Mike committee, depending on the matchups per series. Well, first of all, you know, it starts out as traditional matchup with with Sebok and DeMarcus, and then, you know, they generally go to Cheryl, and and they don't they don't play super small like like some teams will. But you know in the playoffs. You know, you go in you think about the matchups, and then you go, and whatever whatever you have to do you have to do. I'm really confident that DeMarcus is going to have a great platform. I thought he was at his this year and our biggest games. So he's kind of a gamer, and and the other thing he proved to us in many games that we don't necessarily have downside. If if team is going small because markets can take advantage of on the other end and and still hold his hold up defensively. So I think he's prime to have a good run. A is fired up Luna's upset. I don't know. What's going on right now? Protecting the homestead. And by the way, I feel really safe now. I'm glad to hear that. Now my little gold for tree. Oh, thank you. Yeah. Here. She is thank. Learn everything is fine. Now, I got back. I got you. Don't worry about it cleared the perimeter. One of the things that kind of struck me looking at the stats and watching I gotta be honest with you. I hope you won't be disappointed in me. I did not watch the last game the season like, maybe maybe thirty seconds. So hope you'll forgive me for that. I do think that as again. So it's a little concerned there the second. He's not gonna watching some of the other games Katie shots. I mean, it just seven attempts fourteen of Tim seven attempts thirteen attempts five attempts is that a conscious effort from him. I mean, he's super officiant in his shot attempts. I mean, you look at his points per shot taken and they're off the charts. And I know he's always he always wants to be as efficient as he can be expected the the volume to increase maybe during the playoffs or is. He just saying, you know, this is what's valuable big right basketball play and everything will be fine. All you will go up because that's what's going to be necessary. And I think would Kevin's been during the last few weeks is kinda just setting tone. Like, hey, whatever whatever we need to do. This is how we're gonna play. And and I'll leave lead the way, and so he's really been a distributor. He's done an incredible job of getting guys open and kind of you know, keeping us down. But when the game gets harder. That's when you need him more because he's the one guy in the court who can always get you good shot. So I spent his attention will go up because he'll feel that's what's needed. And and he'll be more than you know, it's interesting in because you mentioned Michael Jordan earlier on in the segment, and he was I mean, he was a great mid range jump shooter. 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"mike committee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Of the issues that we're looking at which the mall report. Is whether the Russians were laundering money to the Trump organization. Okay. Are you tired of this guy just here in this? This is so long that this guy has been doing the same bit, man. Mike. Committee is was this president is this president compromised by a foreign power. It may still be the view of this president that if he's not reelected, why should he miss out on that Trump Tower deal, and that may stay his hand when it comes to confronting Putin. The way we need a president so many questions. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I mean arming Ukrainians who are fighting against the Russians that not enough apparently not. Okay. Okay. Back to the college scandal. That's what so many people are talking about today. Still is nuts, man. And I know everybody's, you know, of course, and Becky, and Felicity Huffman are the two biggest names out there. What my wife walked in the room that story was on. Yeah. Oh, she was so wholesome. I know right. The character. Of course, it was a character, but still childhood, and you had the crush. I had so nice huge crush on. And Becky, yes that is very true. But there are other stories that are out there in regards to this very in connection with this. Jane Buckingham is one of the other people California baseball TC marketing firm CEO pay fifty grand to get her son. A good enough score to get get enough. A good enough SAT score to get into the likes of USC as she's talking with one of the people who's facilitating the cheating. Cooperating witness one is going through how this whole process works. And she says, yeah, I know this is craziness. I know it is. And then I need you to get him into USC. And then I need you to cure cancer and make peace with the Middle East. I do wonder how her son feels reading something like this. That's how low my expectations are are of. Yeah. Well, I wonder what a lot of the kids reaction is the didn't know because some new apparently and some didn't. Yeah. What ask this question, dude? As far as the different universities nothing against USC. But that's not shocking to me. What's it surprising at all to see Yale on that list answered? Well, I always figured that people with money like that can just donate a bench or something and get their kid in that way, right instead of going to these links. Yeah, it would seem I don't know. And you got different coaches. Yeah. I'll accept that money. How much that we? Okay. Yeah. No problem underground. Yeah. Nobody cares about the rowing team. Anyway, water polo. Yeah. They look great. Send me some you don't have any type of God's fine. How much money we talking about great? Yes. They're in. There is the one parent who tried to get their kid in is a lacrosse player in the school that they were applying to didn't have the lacrosse team. Or you start one. This player players so good and so valuable to your institution that you need to start a program. That's one of the conversations that people have in sports if you're to build a team around one guy. Here's your cowboy Huckleberry is one where a person submitted a picture of the profile of her son as an elite highschool pole vaulter. It was not at all even pick. They didn't even bother photo shopping anything. It was just a different kid who was pulled vaulting. Either that for it's just his back on the map. Still up there. Yes. But whatever that's fine. You had mentioned James vanderbeek. And yes, because this whole lot was called operation varsity blues had some sort of response to this. Yes. He did. Because he was the star varsity blues. Yes. And he came out on Twitter and became Twitter famous all over again. He said if only there is a sustained turn of phrase these kids could've used to inform their parents, they were not desirous of their life path. Of course, the famous line in the movie. Yeah. Being the opportunity of your lap time. But I don't want your life. Does pretty good to see? Good job vanderbeek. Yeah. That was pretty good. All right. There's other stuff that we gotta get to Justin small act. His team says court cameras are going to show the state's flimsy case..

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"mike committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The White House ally lily says it will offer a cheaper generic insulin. Representative Diane toget- is on the house oversight committee looking into insulin prices and she joins us now. Good morning congresswoman. Good to be with you as well. You have been on the health beat of late, and we'll talk about the thing as well. But I want to I talk about these take on E Lillian this announcement to make insulin cheaper. How do you feel? I feel like it's a great announcement. I feel like it's well past time. But I'm glad that the drug manufacturers are finally looking at ways to make prescription drugs, especially life saving drugs, like insulin cheaper. How bad is it right now with the cost of insulin? And what are you hearing from your constituents here in Colorado about it? Insulin insulin something that has been around for decades. And it's really for somebody who has type one diabetes. They can't live without it. So it's been perplexing. How in the last ten years or so insulin Pisces just have really skyrocketed, and and especially right now at the beginning of the year when people's deductible their new deductibles kick into place, people can be paying hundreds of dollars for a bottle of insulin. Even if they have insurance, even if they're covered, and this is really this is just really unacceptable and the culture of the diabetes caucus in congress along with Republican Tom Reed from New York, and we did a whole influence study last year, which I'm getting ready to have hearings on in my new committee that I'm Cheri and it shows that that there are a variety of reasons for insulin going up, but one of them is that we haven't had an alternative to. Regular insulin. We haven't had a generic. So that's why this is this announcement by Willie is really important because it should put pressure on the home market to bring prices down. Congressman I need to tell you this. But insulin is what they call a maintenance drug. There's many of those that people have to use on a daily basis for weekly basis and they are expensive. But even from the overall prescription drugs scenario, how do we make the prices cheaper is eliminating the middleman and giving us a chance to negotiate better rates on behalf of this as a country is a block if you will. So so the main problem, I think and we see this with insulin. But that's really an example of all the whole drug pricing market. It's the whole drug pricing market is a very obscure market. You can't really see it doesn't have transparency and everybody's pointing fingers at everybody else. So the middle man, the preferred benefit managers who negotiate the prices, they blame prescription drug companies the prescription drug companies blamed the middleman, people blame the pharmacist. So it's really what it is. It's a lack of transparency throughout the whole system. And in our report that congressman read, and I did we made some specific some specific suggestions regarding insulin. But this can be expanded to olive drugs. Which is why I'm having these hearings? I'm hoping it'll lead to legislation that will help us. See how drug pricing comes up, and it'll help us figure out how. How we can put better controls on to get better pricing for our constituents while we've got John what was it like to be part of the committee hearing last week that heard testimony from Michael Cohen, some would call it a circus. Did you find him to be credible? I'm not I'm not on that. I'm not on that oversight committee right down the hall Charing Mike committee. It really really hyped been healthcare month for me. But, but, but I know I know that Mr. Colin gave a lot of testimony that's gonna lead to a lot of investigations when we have days like this in congress. You can imagine I had to fight through the crowds of tourists and other onlookers just to get to my committee hearing where I was looking at why why it's so important that people need to get the measles vaccine. I wondered why didn't hear from him. The other states. Congressman before we let you go. What are your thoughts on former governor John Hickenlooper get in the race for twenty twenty? Do you like that? Or you glad to have more people in the field. Well, I I'm certainly honored to have a Colorado and in the field, and you know, I've worked with John for many many years since he was the mayor. I think he really is a great pragmatic voice. We'll see if Michael benefit I told I told the governor that I'm I'm gonna have an embarrassment of riches at both my Senator and my governor running, but but I think John adds a great dimension to the field. You're gonna wish you could split your vote, right? Congresswoman, thanks for the time being with you as always she's she's not on that oversight committee. But unimportant one drugs impact. Everybody form. Energy committee is well seven sixteen.

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"mike committee" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

13:47 min | 3 years ago

"mike committee" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And functions and so forth. And I'm sure a lot of our listeners have is it the closest you know, example, which would be. Marquis as you say. So it's everything from something that is a visitor destination that attracts tourists attracts, folks. Looking to get a great launch fresh food to something that would be kind of a permanent farmers market to as I think I mentioned earlier of food production hub or facility so the idea of fresh produce being brought right from the farms to this large industrial again facility. What would become the put Madison public market and have distribution and production functions. Also house there on this large footprint. So it's it's it's runs the gamut. And we don't know for certain what it will be by the way should quickly mention that. The city council has voted to have a a nonprofit operator Madison public market foundation. Become the op. Operator of the market once it is up and running and the Madison public market foundation is in the midst of a private fundraising campaign to supplant the city funding to construct the facility and then ensure for its operation financially into the future. So I just want to break down a little bit of what you said, then there's two different issues air first. Let's go back to this idea about the public market being a bit of an economic development driver. I believe what's contemplated is. There may be some people who were. Conceiving a startup if you will related to a food item of food product and in. So how's the market going to avail them an opportunity that doesn't exist right now? Yeah. And that's a key part of this. The there's been a significant interest that has been conveyed to city officials from folks interested in starting new businesses or folks that have fledgling businesses already. An interesting fact is that a huge percentage of these folks are people of color many are immigrants to our community in the not too distant past. And and so it will provide my understanding is that it would provide a relatively affordable opportunity to have this space. In other words, the rant would be significantly lower than what? Small business people would be able to secure in other locations. So it's an incubator exactly I was just gonna use that word and at the same time. What I'm hearing. You say is that these various businesses may have small space, but at the same time because of the critical mass you have consumers who are drawn there. Right. Absolutely. So in speaking about the financing of this, you alluded to the fact that there is a fundraising of that's going on right now in the city's obligated to a certain amount of money. Maybe just very briefly give us a sense of the motto money that may be provided by the city the amount of money provided by donors in whether there's a certain amount that's gonna be financed over a period of years. My recollection is is that the price tag to actually get the facility open was about twelve million dollars or so give or take a million here or there. The city council in past budgets has voted consistently over the last few years, and this is one interesting dynamic by the whale insert an earlier topic of our conversation this afternoon of what will what will happen with the new mayor potentially. And and over half of the city council perhaps being new and that is that passed council actions cannot bind future councils, so what I'm getting at specifically as through a series of appropriations in our annual budget process each and every year, we have made commitments by large margins at city council meetings when we are considering the budget, for example, for twenty one thousand nine hundred eighteen twenty seventeen to to say that we are committed to providing. The lion share of this money to develop the market. The mayor proposed a few years ago that significant proceeds from the closure of tax incremental finance districts in the city, the most significant one being area of State Street where there was a highly successful profitable. If you will. Tiff district that had a fairly significant reserve amount when the district closed as was required to under state law when it's paid off all of its past obligations that the proceeds are distributed among all the taxing jurisdictions the school district the county MIT see the city, of course. And so any way that the city's portion of that which was millions of dollars would go in part toward the public market and in part toward affordable housing, which is obviously a huge issue in our community crisis in our community, and so many respects. So so that money was directed in those ways there also were some kind of windfalls from closures of former federal loans, you Dag for those that might remember this program out of it from the nineteen seventies and eighties that were that money. The mayor proposed and the council agreed would also be accounted for in public market development. So the majority of the money would come from Publix. Sources from tax money, including likely some the the use of some borrowing. I would say new market tax credits is another funding concept that is being pursued in consultants are actually being proposed. What percentage of the money's may come from donors? I don't know the exact percentage currently it's a relatively small amount in the grand scheme of things. But it's still a significant twenty at least. I was gonna say, it's at least at least two or three million dollars is my recollection. And I think what I what I heard you say for those people who sometimes are skeptical about tax incremental financing districts or tiff. Here's a case where we reap the benefits of a tiff district or reinvest in correct, correct? So the next big hurdle for the public market will be. Well, there's a series of what's the next big big hurdle for them. Why would I would say fundraising? So I think have some success with new market tax credits. Which is not a sure thing, so fundraising curing the financing. Art, right. But it is is this current location kind of a done deal. I would say so on the city council has not actually voted per se and designated this as a done deal, and obviously it is city property for not obvious from my description, it's a city fleet services property and has been for decades. Because it is you know, owned already by the city, obviously, we own the land, and that helps a lot in terms of financing this endeavor. But the city council at some point we'll be asked to formally vote to do that to designate the land as as a land for the public market. And I would say that the biggest hurdle low moving forward is is insuring that the private fundraising by the again, fairly new nonprofit foundation is successful. And as I said already securing tax credits and ensuring that future mayor and councils, do indeed appropriate the money that we have tentatively budgeted for some. I'm getting from you the idea that you're reasonably sure this project to go forward. And what's pending really is financing primarily the. Funds coming from donors. I would say so I mean, I think there is a pretty wide support in the community for this concept. Not that it is not controversial at there aren't some that naysayers think it's the wrong location or wrong concept that it should go that the areas not a food desert per se. I to be honest, though, I do think that if whoever the next mayor is. You know, it does not support this concept. And so there's there's politics and this could be killed. Yes. Yes. I I would say that. I may not want to alarm anyone. That's that that is listening. That's a big proponent of big fan of this. We ought to watch. What's happening in the may? I was just gonna say, yes. Should it should likely will be an issue in the mayor's race in and common council races over the next couple of months? Okay. So Mike we're going to transition again. But before we do I'm going to remind our listeners, you're listening to w RT eighty nine point nine FM public affair. I'm your host Ron Lufkin and my guest today a city of Madison district four Alder Mike revere. We've had a gentleman Bill holding on the line for a while. But I want to set up the topic. And then we'll get to bills call in a minute or two. Our next topic is one of those many committees and commissions that you're involved with is all about the AL RC alcohol licensing review commission. I believe it's called perhaps you could just might take a minute and briefly tell us what the AL are C does in terms of how you review license for liquor. And let's let's keep our conversation focused on the downtown area. Your district in a particular areas where we've had occasionally some problems, shall we say, yes. So I've had the privilege of serving on this. He's alcohol license review committee for many many years. And it's just another example going back to our conversation about the Mike committee memberships where I would end up being at these Ehler c meetings in any event because so much of the agenda inevitably is is proposals related to the fourth older manic district I represent so anyway, the Ehler c has been charged with with reviewing all aspects of alcohol licensing in the city, alcohol licensing, just like zoning is a clear purview of municipalities in our state and most all states. And so it really is a the opportunity to see a lot of of folks wanting to start new businesses or expand existing businesses on a monthly basis. The committee not only deals with new applications? They deal with expansion of existing establishments conditions on on licenses. And then conversely as with a lot of the media attention these days about visions nightclub suspending or revoking licences that have been granted by the city in Wisconsin. All liquor licenses are only good for one year. So we go through an annual renewal process as well. So it's all aspects of liquor of alcohol licensing as it relates to downtown the majority as as you probably could guess the majority of alcohol licenses in the city of Madison are in the downtown area. Think of the wonderful array of restaurants the downtown has to offer. So most alcohol licenses in the city are downtown moisture in the fourth district. So I I deal with this issue a fair amount. In terms of the issue of the moratorium moving into this. So when Taco Bell canton. China proposed opening on State Street couple years ago. And then did they indeed they opened a year ago the day after Christmas, but when anyway, they propose coming to State Street and wanting a full liquor license, the police, and and and folks they talked to before they made the application said, no a full, liquor license probably wouldn't be appropriate and State Street. So then they pivoted to a beer and wine license council. Alternately granted that the mayor vetoed. It ding County Circuit Court recently ruled that the mayor inappropriately granted. Anyway, the mayor inappropriately vetoed that license and and the city, by the way, this is perhaps breaking news that hasn't been reported in the media, but the city attorney just determined yesterday that the city will appeal that circuit court ruling and will appeal the decision to allow Taco Bell continue to have a license. The reason why share the Taco Bell. Let me just invite our caller in because Bill bill's been waiting please at Taco Bell. And that's his question. Okay. Very good. So Bill if you'd like to join us, thanks for your patience in allowing us to get to this point in the conversation Bill. Yes. Thank you very much. Exactly. The Taco Bell thing is a travesty. I mean does the city really need more vomit to power wash off State Street at four AM at that location was notorious for homeless and alcohol IX just to hang out with. And so having an enabling them to get a quick buzz. I don't believe helps the community as a whole Madison is notorious for being number one in alcoholism. I think we need to think about bringing more retail to the downtown area. And what we want to start issuing Laker license to eyeglass stores and jewelry stores in sports gear stores. I'll take my answer out there. Thank you. Thank you Bill..

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