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Why Buchanan County, Virginia’s election results are important

WSJ What's News

05:18 min | 1 d ago

Why Buchanan County, Virginia’s election results are important

"Buchanan County gave President trump his biggest margin of victory in the two thousand sixteen presidential election nearly eighty percent voted for him compared to just over eighteen percent for Hillary Clinton. President trump has done little to expand his political base since then and to secure victory this time around, he'll need to maintain his base in working class comedies like the Canon. So how is support in Buchanan holding up this time around and what can you tell us about trump's base across the country? We turn now to our senior editor Bob Davis Hi Bob thanks for being here. Sure. Thanks for inviting me. So, tell us a little bit more about the canons economy which has relied heavily on coal mining has that changed during the pandemic what's going on there now? Will you know you voted Cannon County and you can read about the pandemic and people will tell you how it's affected them. But you don't honestly see it. It is a place where few people wear masks where people are back in their offices not in general not observing social distancing and it is a place where the pandemic has moved through the county just as it has in other places. So what? You see for the pandemic is, for instance, the high school which was went virtual in the spring they tried a mixture of in-person and virtual mostly in person for the full the issue there one reason an additional reason there to go in person compared to other places is you know it's it's a place that's full of mountains and valleys, and the the Internet reception's not very good in a lot of places so. That would argue to have kids come back and go to school in person. Well, when I was there, it happened that three kids tested positive and they wound up going off virtual. School. Which of course had the usual effect on parents who have to take care of the kids so I mean there's that and then the economy. The economy's slowing. As again as you would see around the country, the coal mines shut or slowed. During the spring, but they're back shopping is down retail sales are down and it's a place where the unemployment rate you know went up to eleven percent. It's now the most recent is around nine percent. So even a place that's used to having a weak economy. In What is clearly recession? President trump is still expected to win the county in this election, but a lot has changed for many of his supporters there're especially during the pandemic. Bob, can you tell us more about what you heard from them and how they're thinking about voting this time around sure I mean they are still overwhelmingly in favor of president trump overwhelmingly but. Then you have to define what is overwhelmingly mean in two thousand sixteen. He got eighty percent of the vote in the general election. So will he get eighty percent of the vote? Will he get seventy percent of the vote will as many people show up to vote for him? These are all questions that are uncertain at this point, the answers to which. Are, uncertain as I say the people there in general are still quite supportive but even his supporters wonder if other supporters are basically suffering from what you might call trump fatigue, the four years of controversy the pandemic which it's Cannon County as much as it hits, you know anywhere else you know all the controversies and so even his supporters wonder whether they'll get. As larger turn out, it doesn't mean necessarily vote for Joe Biden mean that they don't show up to vote another issue is that it's a place with the weak economy as I said and the number and people are leaving people the population there is being greatly reduced over the past twenty thirty years and even from two thousand, sixteen to two, thousand twenty, there are fewer people in the county. So there are fewer potential voters for the president. Did you talk to any voters who did vote for trump in two thousand sixteen and are now considering voting for? Biden. Yes. I spoke particularly to a couple. Francis and Rayburn. Minton who run a clinic in Grundy it's tucked away in a food city supermarket and they as are many people in that area they were Democrats. This is an area that until Brock Obama actually voted democratic in the presidential election like a Lotta places in West Virginia and in South West Virginia, and then they had voted for president trump largely. Because of his promises about the coal economy bring back know the local economy to stronger state and they now are voting against him because they are upset at the way they feel he is mismanaged the response to cove it. I mean they see it up front you know they do testing for covid and the they have arguments with patients, potential patients, potential customers who WANNA test but we're we're a mask and a attributed a lot of the resistance to wear masks to the president's often disdainful attitude toward mass square.

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Amy Coney Barrett & The State of SCOTUS

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

04:44 min | 5 d ago

Amy Coney Barrett & The State of SCOTUS

"So the topic I want to go to now is on the question timing the fact that this nomination is coming rather late in the fourth year of a president's term has made it controversial in fact, timing of just. Nominees to nominations to the supreme. Court has been controversial now for four or five years for a variety of reasons. So that's the first question. I would like each of you to tell me your position on on the question. Should the Senate be voting on a nomination to the Supreme Court right now sire you yes or no on that? I. Mean Yes. John All right cy you are yes. On the same question Irwin should the Senate be voting on a Justice of the supreme? Court now yes or no no amy honeybear bear should not be confirmed at this time. All right. Thank you I. Want to go first use for your reasons. Why are you a? Yes on the on the question of the timing of the nomination right now well, on the question of timing I think the Senate has the authority to consent the president is nominated someone. I don't see any reason why the Senate Caq Senate is doing other things it's it's considering thrown a virus relief. Of course, it can legislate until the members leave. and. So nothing nothing prevents the president from nominating someone nothing prevents Senate from acting upon that nomination and I think there three positions John. I think one position is you must vote on the nomination I. think that was Erwin's position for years ago. A second position is you can vote on the nomination, but you shouldn't that might ear ones position today and I the the middle position, which is you can vote on the nomination and you should. Thank your ticket back to you. So what I hear size saying is the Senate has every legal and constitutional right to be doing this now. They, certainly have the legal and constitutional right to do it, but they shouldn't do it. This is stunning hypocrisy by the Republicans for years ago Senator Mitch McConnell said, the American people should have a voice in the selection and the next Supreme Court justice. Therefore, this vacancies should not be filled into we have a new president. Antonin Scalia died in February two, thousand sixteen. President Obama named Mira Garland for that seat in March of two thousand sixteen. There was eight months before the election was to be held in the Republicans wouldn't hold hearings or wouldn't hold about Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September eighteenth of twenty twenty, and already the Republicans are looking to fill that seat. There is historical precedent. On October twelfth eighteen sixty four chief justice Roger Tawny died the president Abraham Lincoln didn't try to fill the vacancy in the month before the election or nineteen fifty-six Justice Sherman Minton resigned from the court but President Eisenhower didn't try to pick the successor instead an October fifteenth. He made a recess appointment of a Democrat William Brennan. So whoever won the election would pick the successor? Alright let. Let me jump in because I I WANNA give cya chance to respond to some of what you're saying. So so I think we heard from Irwin saying that. eight months. was enough of a lead time and they were talking about the case of Merrick Garland back in two thousand sixteen. But that one month one and a half months is too short and he sites precedent of other examples where presidents had more of that timeframe. So what's your response to that? I think are ones making a slightly different point I think if. They. Can See had risen eight months ago I think are only making the same exact point, which is what's good for the goose is good for the Gander. So it's not really a question of timing. There's plenty of time as Irwin and other people now there there's GonNa be a vote in the Senate. The point is about equity I. Think the point is about precedent in Irwin has some precedents would, of course, you can go back to previous administrations in sight other presidents. John Marshall was appointed days before John Adams left the Presidency Steven Briar was nominated and appointed to the circuit court after Jimmy Carter lost. So there, there are precedents obviously for acting after the election. Let alone before I understand there's some raw feelings about what happened four years ago and I understand that people have flipped Irwin. Himself is flipped a apparently senator McConnell may have slipped as well. I think. It's unfortunate. This game of delaying nominations has gone on for quite a long. I have a colleague who waited two years before she withdrew for circuit court position because it wouldn't allow vote. That's just sort of power politics on both

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"minton" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:35 min | Last month

"minton" Discussed on WRVA

"Pandemic Outdoors and Minton Nevada near Reno in a few hours. He's scheduled the first indoor Trump rally since the one in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June in Henderson, Nevada. The past hour. So the city of Henderson issued a letter and verbal warning to the site for tonight's event of factory called Extreme Manufacturing Letter says that the event will be violating state regulations going against the governor's covert emergency directives that prohibit gatherings of 50 people or more. From a city spokesperson to ABC News letter threatens $500 fines per violation That would mean per person of the event if it's over 50 The Trump campaign official issues a statement saying that people can demonstrate in the streets and riot they can peacefully gathered to hear their president. After the last indoor Trump rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In June, there was a surge in Kobe cases in the area. Los Angeles officials offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction of whoever shot to L. A county sheriff's deputies sitting in a patrol car last night. Reported critical but stable condition Zoran Shauna protest today outside the hospital, where the deputies are recovering A small number of anti police protesters facing off with law enforcement one deputy's weapon drawn authorities asking the group to leave, saying they were blocking an entrance for emergency vehicles. One protester Livestreaming the incident, people could be heard taunting the injured deputies and trying to incite the others. Alerts along the Gulf Coast for a tropical storm, Sally predicted now to become a hurricane tomorrow and slam into New Orleans overnight..

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Bahrain follows UAE to normalise ties with Israel

Fareed Zakaria GPS

03:32 min | Last month

Bahrain follows UAE to normalise ties with Israel

"Friday president trump announced that Bahrain would recognize Israel and the two nations would normalize relations. This comes just weeks after a similar move from the United, Arab Emirates what to make of it. All I'm joined again by Zanny Minton beddoes and we slaughter and Ian Bremmer in put this in context for us what does this mean? Why did it happen? What does it mean? Well two big things that people need to come to terms with the first. Is that Israel Palestine is considered close to the most important conflict in the region. It is for the Palestinians when you talk to the Maradas with the Saudis, the Bahrainis, the Kuwaitis you'll talk to you about their concerns about Iran they'll talk to you about diversification away from fossil fuels and the difficulties that they'll talk to you about domestic radicalism, all of these sorts of things. And so as a consequence, you no longer have a veto on if you don't get peace with Israel Palestine, you can't move on geopolitics. The second point is the united. States had long attempted to be seen as some kind of honest broker between Israel and Palestine when we're anything but Israel's our best ally in the region, the Palestinians particularly agree with we have problems with and so you know it's interesting trump's first trip as president outside the United States was to Saudi Arabia and then to Israel and those are the two places where he has the best personal relations and that's where they really drove. So yeah, you had the effort to. Talk about peace with Israel and Palestine where the Palestinians weren't even engage a big conference in. Bahrain. Now, you've got big announcements in relation. I think especially from you and I talking to jared through this that was kind of the game all along I I'm not in any way surprised by this. And we. A friend of mine WHO's from the Middle East very knowledgeable about the says what's really going on here this is this is the post American Middle East that is countries like. Israel UA Bahrain Saudi Arabia saying we're GONNA make our own alliances to defend ourselves against the the real threat that we feel as he was saying, which is Iran and we know the Americans aren't going going to help us. So we need we need to band together. Is that part of the dynamic. Afraid, I think that is right that again Obama wanted out of the Middle East. If you if you think about the direct line from his refusal to engage in Syria. And that's actually an area where he his policies and trump's have been closer than than other areas. But I also think you have to think about this in the context of us. Domestic Politics Donald Trump. Has Two modes he can be the fearmongering president or he can be the dealmaking president who delivers and if we're thinking about October surprises up for this election, what he would dearly love is to actually have a treaty or agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia, which really would redraw the map of the Middle East and the conventional wisdom is the Saudis aren't ready but obviously, the UAE in Bahrain are stalking horses and and Bahrain would not have been able to do this without Saudi approval. So it's probably a low chance, but there is a real chance at least of a framework agreement in which Saudi Arabian Israel would would normalize relations in return for something more something bigger on the Palestinian sought.

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"minton" Discussed on eBay for Business

eBay for Business

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"minton" Discussed on eBay for Business

"It comes crease own. So you don't really have to do much. There's different levels. There's some that are. So, simple. It takes five seconds put on. You just slip on and everything is where it should be and there's others that you know you tie back and then you just throw it around the top. But yeah, we have a lot of different options like that and turbans as well without just going to say because we've been talking primarily about women's fashion there are many men in the Muslim. Community do you offer? Products for them in your ebay store we do. We have men's hats. So they're called cookies or talk as they call them like the skullcaps basically. So we have a variety of those also in the fall we came out with the men's thobe line. They're called dopes they're basically like address for men. So they're a long long sleeve floor-length outfit that Minton to wear on special occasions or for prayers or for holidays. And things like that over the years and I remember this was probably more more popular back when I was young during the sixties and the phrase cultural appropriation had not been really invented yet..

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"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

"Have a much dream your life. You're able to make your word with your passion of entrepreneurship. So traveling the world and of course, the racing as well. So so you full whole circle of stuff I'm a very lucky and blessed guy, there's just no question about it. So towards the end of the podcast here. So what are the next steps I know you started long reasonably and then putting the gears, the big data beard but what other bucket list items that you have? Yeah. So so next for us is really looking at how do we expand the big data beards ability to help and influence for good. So we're actually taking a couple of segments this season and we're gonNA focus on some. Nonprofit organizations to give them some exposure. Because we are were huge fans. We obviously not we're blessed in many ways where we're lucky to have You know I live in American and it's a great country. Now you lift your but there's lots of good things going on our lives clearly identified a pretty happy guy but it's it's really about how do we help do more? For those around us so I I really WanNa start figuring out ways to leverage our influence for nonprofit organizations those organizations trying to do good in the world and really expose them to more audiences so that you know frankly if you're a benevolent and you like to give and you have a philanthropy philanthropy counter background than you know, hopefully will identify some organizations that could use your help So that's really kind of the big next step. The the kind of the longer term is you know for the company for big beard, we're really trying to. Look at our sponsorship. Model to see if you know how we could really Create more of a sustainable model technically bring on a full time employee in probably it wouldn't be one of the contributors today were really thinking if we could start to build enough to get a program management kind of brand and social creative person a fulltime to take the content that we're creating and actually helped promote it more to increase awareness of our brand increase consumption of our content that really starts to to spiral into that ability to. Increase our sponsorship fees to to get more opportunities for advertising, and so that's really the long term is, how do we? You know like most entrepreneurs trying to figure out that next Revenue Cycle? How do you improve your revenue stream? That's a big one for us and trying to expand into potentially a head headcount Sunday and personally I think it's It's all about the next adventure. So we're you know in the short term we're going we're going to the beautiful city of New Orleans just really not that crazy for the weekend, but one thing that we're. Trying to do is We're riding the train. So I know in the you like everywhere else in the world trains are totally like common, not really common used in the US extra chicken or kids on the Amtrak from Birmingham to New Orleans on Friday But then we're also planning a we've got a trip to our first trip to Africa this fall. So my mother-in-law is actually been kind enough to invite us on a safari of the whole family. So there's going to be a nine of US going over to Tanzania in November to experienced the great migration and that is It's like a bucket list goal for me. It's going to be incredible I think my son is obsessed with animals and I might say obsessed like it's crazy I fear his head not explode. So part of my job is going to be cleaning up the mess of my sons exploiting on Safari. Jazz your Mr Experience. So the family effort experience as a fantastic. So I'm so happy that I'm starting my two in two thousand, twenty podcast video cast episodes with you cory socially said. Speed and so what are the websites that you looked like to talk about that people can come and visit? Absolutely I encourage your listeners if they If God cast clearly do check out big beard dot com is our website. You can also visit pretty much any of your favorite podcasts platforms the most popular for us is I tunes but if you're into spotify or player FM stitcher tune in, we're in there just type in big data we generally come up pretty quickly big did a beard and honestly the beard is because I'm into big data I have a beard and I'm not that creative and the domain happened to be available. So that's how I landed on it, but we do have a pretty sweet a pretty sweet logo the the beard is the likeness. Go. and. If you find me a conference I've got stickers. You can also check out if you've got a big beer dot com, we have got some really cool t shirts, hats and stuff that people have really cool hoodies all kinds of check it out now represent with Dr, myself That's. Fantastic. Thank you very much. Rush. Thank you so much. Have a great year hanged..

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"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

"Have collided with I o t to help racecar drivers go faster around very tracks right and so there's this really interesting startup that we found. That's that's got this driver feedback device that's actually using pretty advanced accelerometer technology from an IT perspective integrated with a with a real time feedback system and does a ton of data collection that in real time is helping drivers understand how much. Grip, they have remaining on the tires in a corner and giving them real time feedback to say, Hey, you could go a little faster or you could break a little later into the corner. So we're going to be exploring. You know what is that technology was built something like that. But then how's it impacting the racing culture or the high performance driving you know guys on the weekends and Gals on the Weekends like myself who go out and try to drive our cars around a track fast and really explore what that means and try to get some perspectives not only from you. The people that founded the company but actually go talk to some professional racing drivers and weekend warriors you're using it to get their perspective on it just again to explore more than just one person's opinion for episode that really to have A. Lens Conversation on a specific topic. So the idea state that's very good. So you alluded to corey the personal side a little bit You said you race on the weekend. So let me switch. So we know a little bit more about the quarry beyond the big beard but. With the beard. So, what what does that? Corey do weekends and just to give us a little flavor of your personality. Absolutely. So obviously big data beards a big part of what I do on the side but I we life is I've got two beautiful children seventy, five, a wife, and they are crazy travel adventurer. So in my role I, get to travel around the world and I'm crazy enough that will one I. Love my family and I don't really like being away from them for extended periods of time. But as you probably know traveling around the world going for four days during the WORKWEEK Kinda. Stinks because you end up spending half the time jet lagged and awful and feeling terrible. So over the last three years my wife and I started, go with Daddy dot com, which is her little travel blog where whenever I. On international trips, I try to make them a multi week long trips. Okay. and try to make the you know obviously, if the company's going to spend money to fly me to Australia, maybe I should use that time to go not just for a week but maybe to and I could visit multiple cities maybe tack in a trip to Tokyo because it's on that side of the world and so what? started. Doing is putting together these longer multi leg trips for a month to six weeks at a time actually take my family along with me. So I use my miles and and points to pay for their flights, and then they you know I pay for hotels on the weekends but they get to enjoy while I'm working in a city they get to go explore it as a mom and two young kids so. My kids that are like seventy and five. They've been to nineteen countries. They spent more than thirty I. think it's like thirty six weeks of their lives outside the US and you know we live in Alabama and people think of Alabama's being a you know small backwater kinda southern place but will really trying to do is we live in a beautiful. We have our own personal beliefs and things that we hold very true. But we want our children to have perspective on the world and the ways that we do things in that they see things done in their home and their city. It's not the only right way like the right way for other people to live as highly dependent on their belief system on the geography on the food supply on the water supply on on economics and socioeconomic things that. Absolutely make people different and I think exposing them as young children to those differences. I hope we'll make them more empathetic more better general citizens of Nicer people to deal with as they turn into adults and I think that's our our thing is parents were trying to turn our kids into two great adult someday and I it's what we're really trying to do. So we love to travel I do races off as I can't say race it's really to be honest it's high performance driving I have a I have a car it's Went from being a daily driver to it is full on like set up for the race track. It's got a roll cage. There's no, there's no it's racing seats. There's no back seat. There's. All the metal is exposed in this thing, it's loud and it's awful. It's still slightly street legal, but that's only because I live in Alabama. If I lived in California, it'd be out of here. So. There is a there's a beautiful racetrack that is about twenty minutes from my house called Barber motorsports Park, and Mr, Barbour has the the largest dairy farmer in the southeast dairy millionaire huge race inefficient auto actually has a vintage motorcycle museum that's the largest collection of vintage motorcycles on the planet right here in Birmingham Alabama, but it is a beautiful two plus mile course with lots of enj- election great turns. It's actually where the Porsche driving school has one of their locations. So I get to go out there about once every other month and just absolutely rip it on the racetrack. Very Fascinating Life Corey I'm in. The second descendants I have your dream life. Now now we have a much dream your life. You're able to make your word with your passion of entrepreneurship. So traveling the world and of course, the racing as.

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"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"minton" Discussed on The Agile Entrepreneur Podcast

"Agile Entrepreneur podcast and this year two, thousand and twenty. This is my first podcast, and also we also video cast as well. So I'm very excited to introduce today our guest corey mention whose the editor in chief of big data. Baird. So cory welcome. Thank you very much Ramesh. Glad to glad to be on another podcast. It's pretty fun. Yeah. This is going to be cast as well. So. I came across your big data beard. I met you in Las Vegas for the bright talk interview. Pressed with what you guys are doing, and you talk a lot about big data beard and then switching the direction. So why don't we take it from the beginning? what is big data and how you got involved with it. Absolutely. So big data beard is a creative media company that's really focused on talking about the trends. Technologies and the talented people that are really making big data. A big deal and big data certainly evolved over the last few years has become a an envelope term that people didn't really understand completely and and it was exciting to now it's almost a gets polarizing, right but it really what we try to focus on is is finding those nuggets of wisdom with smart people and companies that are leveraging ai big data machine learning deep learning. Iot. This modern emerging technology landscape to really do something transformative so whether that's you know talking with the founders in the CTO's at cool interesting starter companies to. talk him with industry executives who are actually using these technologies to impact the quality of human life for their business, and so really it's a, it's a great way for myself and our other contributors and members of the PODCAST team to really get to talk to the best in the brightest in the industry and we we really that's how we started. We really just wanted an excuse to talk to the best and the brightest so that we would constantly stay as educated as possible on these emerging trends so that we can continue to be great technologists in a variety of ways. Actually, you're doing a very interesting thing one is fully employed, but started big data bid. On the side as a side hustle I would say so I'm a little bit about the Corey not the big data guy what do you do? Not Big a beard. My job is I'm a strategist for spunk, a big.

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Harris mentions Indigenous people in DNC speech

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 2 months ago

Harris mentions Indigenous people in DNC speech

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. The Keystone Excel pipeline hit a snag earlier this year when it's water crossing permit from the US, Army Corps of Engineers was vacated by federal judge the core ask the US Supreme Court to lift that order but the high court declined the fast track permit was a problem because it did not require extensive environmental review. Now, TC energy has applied to the core as well as the fish and Wildlife Service for permits that will undergo public scrutiny Victoria. Wicks has more Transcanada or TC. Energy has applied for permits the keystone xl pipeline under the Clean Water Act t C. as requesting those permits from the US Army Corps of Engineers and from state regulatory. Agencies in South Dakota Montana and Nebraska TC has also applied to the US fish and Wildlife Service for what's called an incidental take permit under the Endangered Species Act that allows the pipeline company to harm or destroy endangered or threatened species. If the destruction is incidental to the construction operation and maintenance of the Keystone Excel pipeline the species at issue is the American burying beetle in tripp county in South Dakota and four counties in Nebraska. The other permit application to the corps of Engineers allows the pipeline to cross more than seven hundred locations that would affect wetlands and water bodies in its public announcement. The court says it will balance the benefit of the pipeline against reasonably foreseeable harm the application to. The core covers clean water act requirements under section four, zero four. Another section for a one is regulated by states, Montana is holding its own hearings but South Dakota's Nebraska's are incorporated with the federal process deadline for public comment efficient wildlife is September sixteenth and deadline to the course September thirteenth the course says, after receiving comments, it will conduct public hearings and issue its findings later for national native news I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city south. Dakota Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party nomination for Vice President Wednesday night and her speech to the. Democratic. National Convention Harris Mentioned Indigenous People twice once when talking about how cove in nineteen has disproportionately impacted people of Color and when talking about unity. With the Joe Biden. Presidential. Administration this week the DNC native American caucus has been rallying around the party's ticket touting the candidates knowledge of Indian country issues among backers or native American congresswomen, deb Holland, and cherise. David's here's David's speaking at an event earlier this week saying the upcoming election depends on putting people in office who are strong partners for native communities be heard it already, this is going to start with as electing vice president, Joe Biden until the White House and I know when elected vice president going to continue his commitment he's already been demonstrating it during his campaign, his Minton, the communities and I know he's going to ensure that the federal government upholds promises and obligations. Treaty. Treaty, obligations to Indian country in that native voices are going to be at the table they're to be. Heard in the ice levels of our government and. That's right now native participants of the Convention have discussed a number of Indian country issues from climate change to youth empowerment, messing and murdered indigenous people cove nineteen and the native vote. Thursday's the final day of the Convention, the native American Caucus will me and bite him. We'll take the stage to deliver a speech. The Cherokee nation has lost a treasured linguist among contributions. Durban feeling wrote the Cherokee. Dictionary. Helped get Cherokee syllabi on smartphones and developed language teaching materials feeling passed away this week at age seventy four. I'm Antonio, Gonzalez.

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Big 12 to allow teams to play 1 nonconference football game

Sports X Radio

00:07 sec | 3 months ago

Big 12 to allow teams to play 1 nonconference football game

"Today that they will play nine games plus one nonconference game. We'll see how that pans out by the way. Get Minton

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"minton" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

11:11 min | 5 months ago

"minton" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"And so that's why I did it and I didn't question a tool. I think that it. I genuinely believe that it's really really important to engage with people who have a different worldview than you and the one of the things that lie lament nowadays on both sides of the Atlantic isn't increasing unwillingness to do that and the sort of the rise of if you will a kind of platform in culture is one where I ever some. Serious Don's is liberals in the English sense if they're in favor of anything they're in favor of they believe in the power of debate of reasoned argument and I think debate and reasoned argument is the way forward. And you need to engage with people who have a different world views than you and whether or not you're convinced by the moon not convinced by the the way to have some progress is to have that kind to engage in that kind of discussion so although it was extremely painful episode you know we had very. We had several people. Drop out to Angry at this decision who didn't want to take part in the conference result which I really lament. I still think it was the right thing to do. And I continue to believe that. It's incredibly important for liberals. And I'm I'm going to keep having to heart to the in your sniffles. But for Liberals Forty people who believe in making progress in society to engage with all manner of other people in serious and reason debate. And that's what we were trying to do. You think then that the newer mistake invading. Steve Bannon I think every publication has to make its own decision and every organization organizing. An event has a different set of consideration. I'm not in any way. Criticizing others for what they decide to do. I just thought it was very important for. We wanted to do particularly at an event that was asking. What should liberalism be in the twenty th century? We talk a little bit more about the pandemic and obviously no Americans. It's interesting to me that until people started dying in America. We were watching television. News and paying attention to various countries as the pandemic would hit a particular country. Italy China obviously I in other countries and then once it hit the United States sort of as a general matter. We've only been paying attention to what's happening in America. It's a little harder to find out what's going on. In other countries and is natural people parochial interest from your perspective in the UK. Which countries do you think? Handled the pandemic. Well which did not. And if you have a theory about why that might be loved if you share it with us so I think in some ways. We're going to be debating this for decades heads mice superficial Lonzo which went surprise. You is that you can see. A number of countries didn't in Asia because at his Asia Taiwan springs to mind South Korea Singapore to a degree of handled it very well. They had experience of sauce They had experience of this kind of thing before they as a result had processes in place particularly contact tracing. They had a playbook what to within Europe. Germany is often cited as an example of a country that has handled it particularly well. I would caution. I think it's a little early to of decide all of this yet. 'cause WE'RE I mean I. I hope that we are towards the end of it but for suggesting for a second this is you know we're going to see but if you look at one thousand nine hundred and the Spanish They were clearly second waves. I'm not GONNA say anything. That's terribly surprising. It's the usual suspects Understanding taking science seriously having a technocratic approach the political system that sort of early on sees the importance and the urgency acting and acting in a consistent manner but I think more than anything else it's probably having had experience of it which is the reason that those countries in as democracies would near democracies particularly. Well there's a parallel debate going on where some people are suggesting that you know. It's not the nature of the governmental system. That's putting aside experience. And that's a good point. But it's not necessarily the nature of the political system that you know was reacting to the pandemic but the nature of the leadership and some people pointed out and I don't know if this is true in every instance but the more populist to the government the less well they handle the pandemic. Do you do anything in that new truth in that I I mean I it may well be true but I think there are enormous number of other things that I would want to look to. For example will beginning to see patterns in the kinds of people that are the most vulnerable so quite a lot depends on your prior demographic considerations Italy was particularly hard hit birth because it has relatively old population and because there is multi generations living together. It depends on the nature of your health system. I mean I think the. Us Health System is Not optimized deal with a pandemic. Amin mean a fee for service for profit system has many advantages But it is not optimized for this. It's not clear yet whether a sort of more central government or a federal structure does better. I think we're going to see all of that coming out so I'm not denying that you know you you're probably right. I mean if you look at Brazil it seems to be exhibit. A of a of a leadership undermining its countries response. But I think there are an awful lot of factors that will play into how well or how badly countries did and so no I think that the nature of political leadership America you look at the US. And you look at the lack of trust in government relative to many other countries if you look at the degree of political polarization. I'm sure that hasn't helped. I'm going to throw one more theory at you about this because I found it interesting. The New York Times suggested in story that people have noticed that one thing that may be a feature of countries that did well and this is true in Taiwan which you mentioned Germany which you mentioned also New Zealand in also Finland I know is what do they ought to all right. Here's a quiz. What do they all have in common female political leaders? They all have female political leaders. And you know. Some people have speculated that maybe those leaders are a little bit more open minded more capable of showing empathy better at humility. What do you? What do you make those arguments? Of course I'm going to say? That's a huge factor. That may be something to that what I really would like to see. And I'm I'm hoping we will do some of this too is I'd like to see a kind of a really detailed. Set of cross country comparisons that try and look at various factors. What is the underlying it? A PRE pandemic demographic considerations. So what you might call. Structural considerations whether it's the structure of the health system the structure of government is a federal system. Is it not the nature of political leadership the degree of trust in government? We had an interesting piece a few weeks ago which looked at countries in Europe where paradoxically low trust countries have actually done relatively better than you would have expected. Eastern European countries will not allowed to trusting government. Actually done surprisingly well. I think all of these are really interesting series but rather than leaping on the bandwagon of grasping onto a particular theory. I'd really love. Sort of detailed dispassionate. Going through factor by factor looking at different countries on this at Annalisa cushion. That you know it's not over yet. Can I mentioned another country? We haven't talked about yet. I don't know if you have any any insider reaction but the nation my birth India has reacted fairly broadly with a huge national lockdown. I don't think a lot of people would have expected. And so forth. A high rate of cases or deaths any reaction to that well but but an absolutely in a dramatically high economic cost and Huge huge consequences for the economy and full offload wonderful people in it and I think one of the things that with entries of various stages in this now in the first one. What strikes if you look back over the last nine weeks? It is amazing that in billions of people in the world from India to the United States to most of Europe to Florida Asia. Were put on lockdown. The same policy was essentially applied across the world and rightly so because in the short term when cases were rising exponentially. That's the only way we know of flattening the curve to use the jogging of getting the rate of infection down and so everybody did it and it was was absolutely the right thing to do now. I think we're gradually emerging to too much more complicated phase. Which is how do you eat those Lockdown how'd you come after them? How do you balance the damage that is being done to the economy and we're seeing it in a whizzing global economy in its worst downturn since the great depression this calamitous economic consequences which all way way way tougher if you are a poor person in India that if you are in a rich country where you don't have the social safety nets where you don't have the ability to have the sky the fiscal support that we've seen in the West? Even in the West is really really hard. Look at the scale of unemployment has soared in the. Us could a scale you know the numbers of of of companies that are going boss this huge economic crisis paying and so. I think the question now is. How do you going forward balance? Those two you need to prevent a return to an exponential rise in in pandemic. We don't yet have a vaccine. We don't have an effective treatment. Doesn't look like we're GONNA get one for a while but we can't have our economies in the deep freeze completely. Shut down for the next year. And so how you going forward balances to. I think we're seeing countries taking different pods on that and that's going to be the area where I think the whole question of. How do you question how you've handled it? Thus far has been. How quickly do you impose lockdown? How good were you getting protective equipment? How good contact tracing how they were medical criteria? Now I think going forward. It's it's also. How do you support your economy? How much you able to do that? What do you open up? In what way. And how do you balance those two outcomes? Do you think there's any evidence to suggest that the countries that did well thus far in handling the medical aspects of this are also the ones that are going to do better on reopening and fixing their economies or those two distinct and separate. I think he's going to be really interesting. To See. You know. My prior would be that countries which have fried sort of take new made sensible technocratically based decisions thus far likely to do that going forward but countries rules in very different position. You know there are countries in Africa. That have had lots of experience in particularly with the Boehner but even before with other infectious diseases that have handled the medical side of this remarkably well that having credible your ability to do contract tracing again because they've had experienced of it but who don't have the capacity to do the enormous stimulus and support. We have been able to do in Europe or the. Us has been able to do and so there are quite different constraints on countries when you're looking at the economic stuff relative to the health stuff so.

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"minton" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"minton" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Horst in Plano Texas. Love Your podcast question with the Supreme Court going to oral arguments over the phone like they use a video type application. Because that's non verbal communication is so important. Eli had You know a write up about that. But he didn't really ask the question why they did go to video and start adding in the nonverbal communications. Well it seems to me so essential in order to have true dialogue and discussion and discovery. And of course the security pieces is an argument. Where all aware all that. What are your thoughts? Thanks Barr thank you for your question you know. There's been a long term debate over the issue of whether or not Supreme Court arguments should be videotaped and in real time only very recently have arguments even been able to be live streamed by audio in the midst of the Covet and I might have mentioned this before but when I worked in the Senate every Congress basically Senator Schumer and Senator Arlen Specter on. The Republican side would put in bills to require or allow at least the videotaping of courtroom proceedings including the district. Court the Appeals Court and also the Supreme Court. My personal view continues to be that the most appropriate videotaping of courtroom proceedings in the Supreme Court. Where there are no witnesses who are testifying could be intimidated by being on television. Run video with quality of the argumentation is pretty high. Where members of the Supreme Court are even more insulated than members of other courts of the highest court in the land and they have the final word on the law. So there's not a lot of good reason in my mind for not having video live video of Supreme Court arguments but for a long time members of the court been opposed to that in particular the current chief justice. John Roberts so I suppose that has a lot to do with why you're not getting video streaming now. That is a view on the part of Justice Roberts and perhaps others that it would create something of a spectacle another justice. Scalia also was always against videotaping of Supreme Court arguments and that probably lingers on to this day. I take your point that at least in the ordinary course members of the court themselves even if they're not allowing videotaping their at least in the courtroom when courtroom proceedings were allowed to happen before the pandemic so my guess is it's a legacy from their belief that videotaping alters people's behavior. Also there might be a security concern as I think you mentioned and it also may be the case it's S.'s. Don't want everyone to see into their homes like we're seeing with respect to contributors on cable television who always sit in front of a bookcase or in their immaculate. Kitchens on television. You may have seen or read that one. Recent Supreme Court argument a few weeks ago there was heard on the audio a flushing of toilet and as an Malcolm and I discussed the insider podcast. Someone did some analysis an pseudo investigation to determine if it was in fact a Supreme Court Justice Couturier Supreme Court oral argument used the facility and her conclusion was yes. And so maybe I mean mostly facetiously. Maybe the Supreme Court justices WANNA be able to multitask and videotaping would harm.

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"minton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"minton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Westbound sixty four over the Sherman Minton bridge about you listen to newsradio eight forty WHAS traffic center hi folks with the updated forecast on W. okay what you does he allow some gorgeous weather out here on this Wednesday afternoon a few high clouds gradually increasing those temperatures close to seventy four tonight thinking involved the main rain is expected to form around midnight or just a little bit before and it's going to continue for much of the night even on an awful much of tomorrow as well temperatures tonight at fifty two will top out at a cooler sixty tomorrow that's your forecast on WLKY cheaper all the street courtesy Turkey and its breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station top stories as reported nearly four hundred new cases of coronavirus here's will Clark the Indiana state department of health is reporting three hundred and ninety four new cases of the corona virus bringing the state total up to twelve thousand four hundred and thirty eight Indiana added thirty one deaths the death toll now six hundred and sixty one the status tested a total of sixty nine thousand four hundred and seventy with just a touch over seventeen percent of those tests coming back positive the majority of the cases remain in the Indianapolis area over forty two hundred of them there in southern Indiana Clark County has one hundred and eighty eight for it has one hundred and forty nine and Harrison has a hundred and five will Clark news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. New York state that's on the decline but still high four hundred and seventy four people died Tuesday alone governor Andrew Cuomo says testing will be the safest way to know who has coronavirus who doesn't and which communities can reopen their economies without seeing a spike Cuomo says he told president.

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"minton" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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03:22 min | 6 months ago

"minton" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Support payments here to explain in depth as Jessica Minton personal finance reporter at USA today just what should we know Iraq you back help support you won't be getting a check let's say for instance if you were expecting a call hundred dollar check but you owe more than that you're not going to get you over the last little while thank you help support that would be offset he would get the remaining two hundred thirty people that I've spoken with over the last week than that in child support to they're not gonna be getting those packed in not only the affected one safe for infants if they're married and they have a new styles now having other issues because that portion of a refund for that style even if they had children from their current marriages that are included in the tax help support now getting payment either man hard so you referenced I I think it was a one family were the woman the wife was expecting a like twenty nine hundred dollars like a twelve hundred dollar check to the husband a twelve hundred dollar check for her and five hundred Bucks for child she has and they're not getting any of that because of his prior marriage problems exactly and the wrinkle in all of this that informant when you file your tax return each year cold in South Florida that doesn't mean you have to be critically injured or anything like that that's just what it's called what you do if you do it without that that type of debt collect back child support you could attach that with your with her and basically what happened in the portion of whatever that person would in fact help support you would typically get portion of your tax return refunds each year in what the government does the back in two thousand eight in the financial crisis when we had a situation where the government would be handing out particularly if I don't have that for the cash to the tax return dot it's really it's a wrinkle in all of this now is this time around people are getting the same situation to see if you have already filed your taxes twenty eighteen twenty nineteen you have in your house for reform on their getting the phone with me let's check in a late fight back and you can go on website any kind of direct you think if you got a portion of the report here's what you can go to you but I've talked to a lot of people that are calling up offset hotline where you can see how much it's going to be taken from your payment if you currently and as well as your tax refund it all being taken in the car a lot of among people that read a lot of them aren't working because of what happened with the coronavirus and they were at least a portion of that money because the like I had mentioned they may have already had money for a trial that they had that we didn't have to do with the fact I'll support the things just just Menten from USA today thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news traffic and weather together on the jazz.

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Flight Lines: The Heroic Story of Two Migratory Shorebirds

Published...Or Not

07:43 min | 8 months ago

Flight Lines: The Heroic Story of Two Migratory Shorebirds

"Have someone sitting opposite me just twitching to tell his story. The book is flat. Lines and the author is Andrew Dobson Andrew. Welcome to three C- I thank you. David I'm curious about the would twitching. I haven't really made a close study of twitching despite writing. This book. Twitching is a word that is used by dedicated. Some say obsessive Burgers and sometimes they detractors to Indicate their preoccupation with finding the next bird. An observing bird minded research. Because it's not actually mentioned in the book the twitching behavior of Howard Medhurst who was one of the leading birdwatchers in the nineteen fifties and sixties. But this book in other words is about birds or in particular one species of birds the grey plover a daoist wallflower of the shorter dance. It spreads thinly around the world's margins and is often overlooked. What's the fascination with the Gripe Lot? Well let's start by working our way towards the bird from what we are. Probably the closest bird that we know to this is the masked left wing. It's often colder plaza. But it's sexually left wing but that's what we know as a plot now go through that gate and think about the kinds of things that the left wing does transfer them to the tidal flats of the world the far-flung tidal flats of the world. And there's this small bird not much begun a blackbird gray when it's out of the breeding grounds highly colored up when it gets to the breeding grounds and it is commonly found with others in the group of Long Distance Flying Margaret lowrie shore. Birds the ultramarathons birds. Now when you say ultra-marathon sort of distance are we talking so the two birds that I particularly follow which were satellite tag in South Australia and flew north on the first flight. Each of them flew over the entirety of Australia of Indonesia the Philippines to land one of them in Taiwan and the other in southern China so each of them took a nonstop flight of more than seven thousand kilometers. Just to give us a sort of indication in layman's terms. When you're holding this bird. How much are you holding? Well you're holding about a cup of sugar not a big white. You're holding something that really can be quite placid in the hand. Despite its wildness. And you're holding. I guess the promise of many generations of optic life birdlife and they transcend boundaries in many ways in the journey. We've got apple tree boundaries as people on borders and they bicycling cross all of those hemispheres international borders and such like. It's it's quite a phenomenal feet. If you want to get carried beyond the trivialities of human life like borders then migratory long distance migratory birds are a really good way to start because there will pass through the margins of many countries but is not off one eye and they have total disregard for human borders. Now one of the things that the book sort of touches on as you look this journey other various forms of tagging that have occurred or the ability to follow from banding to rocket nets and now two satellites. The satellites would give you an inordinate amount of opportunity to try and be particular about what you say quite revelatory. They are Give you almost near real time information. About where on the planet this bird is and what it's doing even because if you have a lucrative say on a breeding ground you'll see it move from point to point to point as it fades and then goes back to the central point which is the nest So yes it can be unrivaled information and It really is hugely illuminating. As opposed to the banding which was more happenstance abandoning as the book suggests started in the lighting hundreds. But that would rely on. Someone actually catching the Buddha game. We'll exactly Either catching the again or killing it or finding a dead. The doyen of Australian Migratory Schubert's studies like Clive Minton when he lived in England. Has I band on? A migratory shortbread was on a lovely good coach spotted. Red Shank and he was really pleased to have it in hand really priest to put the band on it and some weeks later he got the band back because it had been shot by the mayor of putting your in France who returned the band with the address on to Clive. Now a couple of things fascinated me about. The birds are reading this book. I'm the song lines. There's a connection here with an indigenous song. Lawn is moving up. Moving from group to group and changing as guides and there's an equivocal mention of what the birds was well yes we'll I'm careful to not impose my description on indigenous cultures. But I hope that I have drawn out of the records of indigenous couches The great variety of names. This bird has as it travels not just from Australia. But through China up to Siberia and across to North America where? It's pretty circum Paula. It has a series of lovely nines. And the they are run there are really illuminating series. Too you know they describe often. I described the bird by its phonetic. Call sometimes they describe it by its coloring in Alaska where I went It was cold emphatic. And that means the scorched bird. But so there's a similarity through the sort of landscape in many ways. Yes depending on which part of the world now for such a fragile creature. They are quite a number of threats in this day and age the threats for the gripe the mind well. We've got a bird here. That has persisted down through evolutionary generations for about one hundred and thirty million years so it's not easily removed from the face of the earth. But while it's doing well other others. In the group of long distance migratory shore birds are not doing so well And as a whole the contracting in numbers. I'm this four that have been listed on Australia's critically endangered list in recent years. Because of the problems they face pardon the analogy but the canary in the coalmine. Well certainly you know I think migratory shore birds. We Stu people generally in Australia particularly and when we look at the coasts we should think about the health of Alco spy. The prison or absence of birds like

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Lightning win 9th straight, top Oilers 3-1

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00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Lightning win 9th straight, top Oilers 3-1

"The red hot Tampa Bay Lightning earned their ninth straight win Thursday evening defeating the visiting Edmonton Oilers three one both teams were without their scoring leaders Edmonton Connor McDavid in the lightning Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov all out with injuries Tampa bay's Pat maroon scored against his former team to open the scoring early in the second Yanni gourd who hadn't scored since before thanksgiving got his second game winning goal in as many games this one short handed to give the lightning the lead for the remainder of the game we had a big gap on the PGA we we see a good a good step up their heavy angle that I am really well and I just was able to pick it often and going to break away and fortunate enough to put it up stars on them at Minton's Leon dry settle extended his league leading point total with an assist on Jones is goal Baltimore's account Tampa

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"minton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"minton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Trip across the Sherman Minton bridge and up into New Albany and a problem Jenin sixty five south and north and southbound looking good to hospital care our next report in ten minutes about US news radio eight forty WHAS more damp weather out there this afternoon through tonight and really into tomorrow from time to time as well hi everybody I'm W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay Kerr no see here's your updated forecast patchy light rain and drizzle this afternoon through tonight the temperatures will be in the mid fifties this afternoon will settle back to forty overnight tonight and for tomorrow is colder air builds in a few snow showers will become possible in the afternoon high temperatures in the low forties that's your forecast on W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay cardo see it's fifty six at newsradio eight forty WHAS our top story at least two crashes happen late this morning during a police chase through downtown Lowell police police were trying to pull over a suspected stolen car twenty second in Madison when the driver took off officers chase the card of first and Broadway where the car crashed into a pole at least one person is in custody there was also a crash at thirty the Muhammad Ali Boulevard nobody hurt police also responded to a shooting at the doctor manor apartments on east Muhammad Ali officers found a middle aged man suffering a gunshot wound to the needy police say there are no suspects is it a trump announced an attack on Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani calling him the number one terrorist in the world sallam many was plotting eminent in sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel but we caught him in the act and.

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Is CBD Safe? The FDA Can't Say

Short Wave

10:27 min | 11 months ago

Is CBD Safe? The FDA Can't Say

"NPR. Health correspondent. Allison Aubrey. Hey Alison Hey Mattie so today we're talking about a topic that a lot of people have questions about. CBD Yes can dial or CD as you say. It is compound found in the cannabis Hannah-beth plant so you find it in marijuana and hemp and it has exploded in popularity. It is touted as an elixir that can do everything from relieving Zaidi to to help. Ease your aches and pains. You've heard about it right now. Oh yeah so. There are a lot of companies from big operations to mom and pop shops selling it. I can tell you having been in truck stops in rural Pennsylvania and on the freeway and Silicon Valley. No matter where you are in the country right now you are likely seeing ads for CBD. But here's the thing last week. The Food and Drug Administration came out with some fairly strong warnings. Yes basically they came out and they issued warning letters to fifteen companies selling CD products. And they're basically saying you are violating FDA policy they say you are not allowed to market CBD products as a treatment for any condition or disease. You cannot sell it is a dietary supplement and you may not put it in any foods that are fed to people or animals now just because the FDA has says this is not allowed does not mean that you'll stop seeing products marketed. This way and we'll get to that in a little bit the same day that they weren't all those companies the FDA also updated their consumer guidance for CD there what you need to know about CBD page citing some pretty serious safety concerns. It's a lot of warnings. So today on the show we're going to break down with the FDA DA says about CBD and how some of those warnings might be more valid than others so alison give me the CBD one o one sir can abba dial or CD for short is a component of cannabis. That means it. It is extracted from the plant. Pulled out the plant. It does not contain the psychoactive component. THC that we all know about that makes you high but it still Ella works on your brain in ways that scientists don't completely understand yet. I have reported on studies that are currently evaluating. CBD's potential role in curbing anxiety. There are federal grants. I should say to evaluate whether CBD could be used as an alternative to opioids. But so far there's only one. FDA APPROVED CBD drug on the market. It's approved to treat very specific childhood epilepsy disorders. So we have this weird situation on one. Hand everybody's using CD. There's all this research going on and then the FDA is saying we can't conclude that CD is safe. Yes you're right. It seems paradoxical ago. So let's step back a moment to give some context make sense of this basically CB has been and what I would call regulatory limbo. I mean big time for a longtime. The production of hemp was restricted. It was considered a controlled. Substance Hemp and marijuana are varieties of the same plants cannabis then lashed year under pressure. From from Congress and hemp farmers these restrictions were lifted as part of the two thousand eighteen farm bill and Ben Distri said Alleluia. This is great but the FDA quickly weekly stepped in and said hey wait a second here we have regulatory authority over CBD. And there's a lot we still don't know. Remember this compound kind of came out of nowhere. I mean right have ah you heard of CBD three years ago not really. I mean this year. I wouldn't be surprised if it's one of the more popular items and Christmas stockings around the country. So is it fair to say the FDA might have been a little bit caught off guard by this. Yes this boom of. That's right and it's well within their purview. To regulate it when it's used in foods or as drug but they say they just don't have a lot of data to go on yet right now. The agency is in the midst of writing some specific rules to regulate but before they do. They WANNA know that it's safe. We should also point out that even though the FDA just said we can't say CD's safe the World Health Organization another giant public health three-nation put out a report last year saying CBD is generally well tolerated and has a good safety profile. That's right from what they've seen so far the. Who is saying there can be some adverse effects from drug interactions. But there's no evidence of any public health related problem associated with that. That is what they say. They point to the fact that several countries have modified their regulations to allow the use of CBD as a medicinal product. But again the FDA playing it safe saying it needs more data now one area where they say they need more is on the potential for liver damage from using CD. And you've been looking into that right. Yeah so that is actually one of the things. The FDA warns people about in what you need to know page. I looked into it a bit and some of the state came from when the FDA DA was reviewing the epilepsy medication that we've talked about Basically they found that taking. CBD has the potential for damaging the liver and that was very dose dependent meeting most of the troubling results happened at higher doses And that makes sense right. There's a good bit of data out there. Supporting this and a lot of the serious damage was seen when people were taking other other drugs that also impacted the liver and that brings us to another warning which is potential drug interactions does CBD increase or decrease crease the effects of other medications. You might be taking. Does it. Increase side effects basically the FDA saying they are concerned about the potential safety of taking other medications at the same time. You're taking CD. When you're not being monitored by a healthcare professional and the most interesting warning they put out to me at least was there mention of this potential for male reproductive toxics? Okay Yeah So. The FDA warns that CD led to decreased testicular size mess with the growth of sperm and Development Minton and decreased circulating testosterone. But the thing is alison. All of this data came from animal studies including delightful study on Sea Urchin Sea Urchin Yup. Yep Okay and in one of those studies. They weren't even testing on actual animals just cells isolated from animals okay and even the FDA acknowledges that stuff that happens in animals almost does not necessarily happen in humans right and I asked the FDA for more information about this and they sent me about twelve studies. And I looked at a good bit of them and some of them used I really high doses of how high like ten times the maximum recommended dose for the FDA approved drug that. We've already been talking low which is already a hider the right and to be fair doses researchers using animals are sometimes more than they use in humans but I saw some real variability in the studies. Some found differences and in sperm. And how they're moving around how much there is. But another didn't and it seems to depend maybe on the type of animals that were studied so a lot of inconsistencies. Here a little bit. Yeah and in one of the studies they did show that. CBD Treatment Lead to a decrease in testosterone but it was still within the normal physiological range. So you think these studies might be a little week more like the conclusions at the. FDA is drawing from this group of Studies. There weren't that many of them and I find it odd that the FDA put out this kind of scary fertility warning warning based solely on animals. So those are the specific warnings. The FDA has mentioned here but they also say that they have some concerns about a special populations like the elderly children pregnant women and also a very special population are pets dogs cats. You see all kind of marketing around doggy. CBD for your anxious pup but the FDA says that they can't say whether this is safer effective they also I want to look into the cumulative effects. Meaning what happens if you're using multiple CD products at one time. This was my favorite government warning. Okay let's see Jason Literally said what happens if you eat food with few skin cream and take other CD products on the same day. I am sure there are people out there doing I meant. I know where where they're going with it but it read to me like what could happen if you put it in your eyes and your ears in your mouth and you rub it on your but in the same day what could happen. Alison we we know. But okay real talk. Allison you have been reporting on the FDA and FDA related things for years. What are your feelings about all this you no I think the FDA is in a tough spot here? I mean these are fair warnings. If you consider what they know and don't know the agencies just trying to communicate that the CBD products haven't all been evaluated for safety or efficacy meaning whether they work or not and you know the CD you buy online or over the counter sir depending on who made it might not have the amount of CBD in it it says on the bottle it might not actually contain CBD. I mean given given the current state of regulation. You just can't be sure or you know there could be other stuff in there that you don't want right well. This is the perennial problem with supplements. Right I mean the FDA has this dividing line between how it regulates prescription drugs and how it regulates supplements when something's prescription drug. There's a rigorous amount of testing that it goes into it right when something is regulated as a supplement. It's kind of a wait and watch situation if something goes wrong. The FDA certainly has the power to take it off the market market. But you often don't know what's in the products or if there might be contaminants in there so there was always a buyer. Beware message when you're talking about things that are are you buying off the shelf like dietary supplements and so what do you think about from the safety perspective. You know I really do think it's interesting. With the world. Health Organization Organization has said. I mean they're basically saying from what we've seen so far. The safety profile looks to us. Pretty good I think one possible resolution solution to all of this as the FDA ways exactly how to regulate CD. I mean. Let's face it. CBS Not going away. But I think there could be some tiered system. That's certainly something you hear. The industry talking about there could be high dose products which would be restricted and require a prescription then. Low dose products like supplements Lancer Foods. which would be more widely available makes sense so the PR person that I talked to you said the FDA will have more to say about CBD in the coming weeks so we will be looking forward to another CD UPDATE

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"minton" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

20:41 min | 1 year ago

"minton" Discussed on Amanpour

"News check project cost Guide and book appointments go to Homeadvisor DOT COM or download the free homeadvisor APP to start your next project it is to know that he does say that equal to mm-hmm are calling this Bandera most important role yet and he's joining me now from Los Angeles Antonio Banderas welcome to our program thank you.

Democrats raise stakes with impeachment vote

Amanpour

13:56 min | 1 year ago

Democrats raise stakes with impeachment vote

"After weeks of factfinding behind closed doors the house is gearing up to vote on the best way to present it's impeachment inquiry to the public in what will likely be act to the investigation into the president's alleged quid pro With Ukraine the gathering political storm comes amid a flurry of damning testimonies from top officials most recent leap new Tannin Colonel Alexander Finland the Ukraine expert on the National Security Council who listened in on the phone call between President trump and you can Ukrainian presidents and landscape and said the White House those omitted details of the calls in its transcript today to more diplomats take the stand Christopher Anderson and Catherine craft both were for trump's former envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker who helped the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani contact Ukrainian officials close to President's landscape now former Defense Secretary William Cohen is being closely watching these hearings member of the Judiciary Committee during the Watergate hearings he was one of the handful of Republicans who actually voted for President Nixon's impeachment and now he's calling for politicians on both sides of the aisle to put country before party they the current evidence and he's joining me now from Washington Secretary Cone Welcome to the program good to be with you so I ask you first and I do you think the house and the Senate are in fact going to or have they showed any evidence that they're putting country before politics I think some of them are I believe the the Democrats who are now leading in the house are trying to get at all of the facts is best they can I think they've gone about it the right way and that is to have private hearings or secret hearings in order make sure nothing is classified comes out an open testimony that's what happened during the Watergate era where the Watergate Committee had private hearings before they went public and as a result of those public hearings it certainly educated the American people in terms of what was at stake and then it came over to the House of Representatives we conducted almost all of our hearings in private and only went public when we started to debate the articles of impeachment so this kind of a hybrid here because there was no Senate Watergate Committee investigating a Watergate type committee investigating the president trump and his actions and so it's a hybrid now where the House has been required to go and dig out some of the facts before they go public and then they'll go public I assume within the next two weeks so it's very interesting who are really hammering this this fact that they have been doing their job behind closed doors because they needed to get all the relevant facts before they could go public I mean I assume you're saying that to answer the chorus of criticism from the Republicans and from members of president trump's as that this is somehow as he says it a kangaroo process with everything happening in a non-transparent way well much else what is being said its faults number one Republicans have been in the hearings behind closed doors and the spectacle that we saw last week with I'm forty or fifty Republicans storming the intelligence committee room was just that it was a spectacle because many of those who were storming the who was actually had seats on the inside and could have sat there if they hadn't at any time during the course of all of these hearings so I think it was more for a show that had little to do with the facts and the facts were being gathered by Republicans behind closed doors as well as the Democratic majority and so now will go public and I think it's really important it's not enough to have Robert Muller just read from his testimony what he had gathered as his his finding Wchs it's really important that those who have key information go before the American people be subjected to a critical examination in cross examination so the American public can understand what's at stake and what's at stake is the rule of law and whether or not the president has breached that rule whether or not he has engaged in conduct which in my opinion on its face is impeachable namely to call upon a foreign government a to dig up critical information or dirt on a potential of campaign competitor in the following in next year's race yeah I think that is something which on the face of it would be an impeachable offense I'm let me ask you you mentioned the rule of law that's obviously the fundamental principle of one of the main principles the United States and the democracy that are you concerned that the rule of law itself is under threat and are you concerned that the from the consistent attack on institutions in the United States is having an impact on the democratic process I am during the time of Harry Truman Indianapolis and others it was called you know watching the president that the beginning I think we're present at the end of that process they were present at the beginning of setting up these institutions in the United States and elsewhere which helped to maintain for the most part peace and stability for the past seven years I believe the president trump is in the process of knocking down those pillars and so he feels that he doesn't need any of these other institutional guards such to make that he feels that he alone own can take action without regard to any of the other institutions which are there to make sure that the rule of law stays intact and so that only I can do that assume that has the sound of a dictator or dictatorship where only I can solve this problem I don't need you for consultation I know more than the generals I know more than the ambassadors and I alone can take this action without regard to you congress I don't need you know have to come you and therefore it becomes one man rule now if the president can do that in his first term what we would we expect if he has second term and which has no need to go before the electorate again there's no need to go to Congress to say I'm sorry I broke this rule they'll be no rules that will go on broken in my opinion because he feels that he is above the law that he is the face of the law that he is the face of the Justice Department et Cetera. So I worry about the future as much as I worry about the present in terms of what is happening I want the president to abide by the rule of law and I want Republicans to say Mr President when you step over this line you have to be held accountable you cannot go to a foreign government and ask for assistance against dirt on your future opponent that crosses the line which should not be crossed now whether the majority in the Senate supermajority in the Senate two thirds of the Senate will vote for removal I think at this point is rather doubtful but in any event even if doubtful it is important for the American people to listen to the facts to say you may think it's okay for this president but do you want to set the standard and lower the standards for every other president in the future because what is good for president trump will be good for them and I've always believed I want to look up to the president I want to see the president as a shining example of what the rule of law supposed to look like in America and why we treasure that rule of law because if you don't have the rule of law you have the law of rules and that's something the president seems really more akin to he likes President Putin he likes Kim Jong Hoon he likes presentation paying he likes spreading the Erawan he doesn't much like our allies in terms of paying the same kind of tribute to them that he does to those who the kind of one man rule I mean you've just laid out a pretty alarming scenario I mean if I had to sum it up you pretty much saying that potential elite the United States is is on route to anti democracy I mean almost tyranny you've just said and from from somebody like yourself who's a pretty moderate Republican who served a Democratic president you're not a flame thrower it's pretty alarming I wonder whether former colleagues or current members of Congress whether the House or the Senate listening and you of course signed a letter with with forty four other four most Republicans and others about this issue and yet the Boston Globe has said where are you all where are you all where all the Republican senators or Congress people who who actually did what they had to do according to the rule of law during the Watergate era Where are you all apart from US speaking out like this well many of the Republican Senators with whom I served L. exactly as I do they are worried about where the country is heading I would ask everyone to go back and read Orwell's nineteen eighty-four and look what he was writing about a fictional sense and saying is that where we're headed where you have a Ministry of truth in which you can tell the biggest is and you repeat them over and over again until they're accepted as the truth so you have a situation where the words like a war really means peace or ignorance really means wisdom or slavery is equal to freedom and two plus two week was five when you that's pretty fictional but it's not too for removed when you can have the president of the United States I yeah I wrote this letter and it's a perfect letter and I would say perfectly corrupt in the sense that you're trying to dig up dirt through a country that has beholden to us for its security in order to get that security delivered to them but only if you give this information on Joe Biden and his family and so you keep repeating it's perfect it's perfect perfect and people soon we'll say yeah it is perfect so that's why it's important to have these public hearing so you can have a ambassador Bill Taylor about Yvonne show you can have a lieutenant colonel come forward and say here is what I heard this is why alarmed me and this is why every American and should be alarmed about this because this is not what we do this is not how we act we don't ask we don't ask Russia Russia if you're listening come on in so you can we're open for business that's not something that we can accept which should not accept into the extensive the American people feel it's okay then I think we're headed down they very dangerous past one that every American should be concerned about so let me ask you about the American people because clearly the idea of an impeachment is a very I soon traumatic one for the nation they've been through it once or twice before it's rabbit it's happened and it is traumatic and people I will also say as president trump's allies of said that it's simply an attempt to rob an elected leader of his position do you are you concerned given what we're seeing in polls right now that this could be even more divisive even more traumatic than than than the all of law being upheld well we had the same arguments he met made back during Watergate there were people in the street we had bomb threats at our hearings I had to get special protection for my family as well and the argument was this will tear the country apart and my argument at that point was no it won't tear the country apart there'll be a vice president who will take office of removing the head for head of state for actions that are antithetical to what we believe in will not result and tearing the country apart we'll we'll tear the country apart is if we watched the slow the unraveling of the rule of law in the name of the power of the president and when you confuse the office of the president with the Individual President and His undoing becomes our undoing I tried to make that very clear I believe it's still obtains The president is there a temporary occupant we have our allegiance to who is the office of the President and to the The constitution into the country and so I know the president trump was trying to get members of like Mr Komi the actress FBI? I want you to pledge loyalty to me yes there was no MR president. I don't pledge my loyalty to you I pledge my loyalty to the Constitution. that's something that has been going on now insisting upon loyalty to the person and it has to be loyalty to the office of the president why do you think then sorry to interrupt you but why think then so many Republicans are in fact not doing what you're saying in other words they are pledging their loyalty to him rather than do the pro the the

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On This Day in History: Bud Powell Was Born

This Day in History Class

04:18 min | 1 year ago

On This Day in History: Bud Powell Was Born

"The Day was September twenty seventh nineteen twenty four URL Rudolph it off. Powell better known as Powell was born in New York City Powell was instrumental in the development of modern jazz music though he died when he was just forty one years old his accomplishments as a jazz soloist greatly contributed to the growth of bebop musical talent ran in Powell's family. His grandfather father and siblings were all musicians. His father was a stride pianist. Stride was a jazz piano style that developed developed as the popularity of ragtime was dying down stride pianist play the melody with the right hand while the left hand alternates between a single. I note and a quarter played an active or more higher. The left hand had to go greater distances on the keyboard often very quickly and improvisation. It was more important than it had previously been when Powell was a child. His father began teaching him classical music at age fifteen he dropped out of Dewitt wit Clinton High School to pursue his passion playing the piano he began playing at clubs in Coney Island and Harlem in the Mid Nineteen Forties Powell met the loneliest monk jazz pianist and composer at Minton's playhouse in Harlem and monk became a mentor to him. Powell became a regular feature at Minton's playhouse known for its role in the development of modern jazz and jam sessions with people like Charlie Parker Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny Clarke how also toward and record it with trumpeter Kuni Williams's orchestra he recorded with Tenor Saxophonist Dexter Gordon and he played on Charlie Parker's Savoy sessions he recorded the five volume the amazing Bud Powell in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties influenced by art tatum Charlie Parker Billie Kyle and thelonious monk how emerged as a leading figure and bebop he found a lot of success as a pianist though black audiences were not initially completely receptive to modern jazz in the nineteen forties still how how faced physical and mental struggles he spent time in a psychiatric hospital from nineteen forty seven to nineteen forty eight after getting in a fight at a Bar at a state hospital. He received electroconvulsive therapy after he was released from the hospital. He was placed in convalescent care. which was it's basically parole how return to music but he spent a lot of time from nineteen fifty one to nineteen fifty-three institutionalized after he was arrested stood on a drug charge in February of Nineteen fifty three the state of New York declared him incompetent and incapable of handling his own money Oscar Goodstein Powell's manager and owner of Berlin nightclub became his committee and began managing money? Good esteem got POW steady steady work but how was still struggling with his mental health. His relationships with his colleagues were deteriorating in the late nineteen fifties after spending more time in the hospital how moved to Paris with al-tv Edwards and he soon began playing in France and touring throughout Europe Edwards and a Fran Dan Frantz these padre looked out for POW while in Europe but he was deeply affected by his alcoholism mental illness and medication in nineteen in sixty three he contracted Berko says back in New York musicians put together a benefit concert to help him with medical expenses in nineteen sixty four or he moved back to the US he continued to play the piano and his return was celebrated though his performances did not get rave reviews so his music suffered as his health declined and he missed some of his performances on July thirty first nineteen sixty six he died died of health complications his pioneering work in bebop continued to influence later musicians like Bill Evans see so Taylor and Horace Silver Silver.

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"minton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"minton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Spokesman Tim Minton's as the third rail Matt used by maintenance workers to protect themselves from contact with the electrified rail was found at the scene we don't know for certain what the connection is between the third rail map. the derailment what we do know is that a third rail map normally covering the third rail for protection of workers should not have been under the second car of the train they're looking at other factors as well in DA says it has restored service and of course stay with ten ten wins for traffic and transit on the ones well call it they get away wheelchair police arrested a homeless Brooklyn man in a grisly homicide earlier this week and they say he left the scene in the wheelchair the deer Antonio grams art of manslaughter assault and more in the death of sixty year old Gerry Smith Smith was stabbed in the face the poster portable large icepick does before dawn on Tuesday near the corner still actively Avenue in St John's place in crown heights the mortally wounded man tried to drag himself to his home the collapse of the founders after five AM on the steps of a nearby building please after the attack Graham who has only one leg wheeled himself away from the scene and spent the next several days on the run he was eventually tracked down via surveillance video winds news time nine oh four well no bail for the long island woman charged with arson and murder in a fire nearly a year ago as police give stunning new details on the case fifty four year old Jennifer gross is accused of killing her long time lovers seventy five year old James couple and then she allegedly set his house on fire detective lieutenant Steven Fitzpatrick said they were a couple for nearly twenty years but it was a contentious relationship they physically fought constantly lieutenant fits Patrick says last November gross went a couple is house on center island he said she demanded money from him and when he refused he took something the household kitchen items and started to beat him with that as a result of that feeding he expired she's on the cover of the crime with the house on fire and was taken from the scene by taxi and if that wasn't enough the ten if it's Patrick says she then pawned the jewelry Carol do your yet ten ten wins on Long Island we do send nine oh.

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Daytona Beach serial killing suspect appears in court

The CBS Evening News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Daytona Beach serial killing suspect appears in court

"On the road tonight with the Rockies. cloudy sky seventy four degrees on Monday September sixteenth good evening I'm Michael Wallace some Catherine Kohn CBS news coverage the world next. more than just the headline this is WCBS newsradio eight. it's six o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by dell small business I'm but Michigan was Iran responsible for this weekend's attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia secretary of state Mike Pompeii says yes CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy with the latest thoughts from the president the president says it certainly looks like Iran was behind the strikes but he's waiting for a definitive conclusion before deciding what to do about it I'll have a message to whether it's a strong message or maybe no messages all depending on the final results he says there's no rush I'm not looking to get into a new conflict but sometimes you have to the president says the US would certainly help its ally but the way he sees it the strikes on the Aramco facilities were attacks on Saudi Arabia not on the U. S. Stephen port no I CBS news the White House so what does this mean for gasoline prices the attack halted production of almost six million barrels of crude oil a day that's more than half of Saudi Arabia's global daily exports this is the oil industry analyst Patrick the Hon we've never seen such a significant and abrupt reduction in global oil production we'll see most of the impact start to show up at palms nationwide tomorrow into Wednesday the United auto workers and General Motors are still talking after some fifty thousand UAW members went on strike at midnight the U. A. W.'s type crumb he stood up for GM when they needed us and we deserve a fair contract because we had we've helped make this company what it is talks started up again this morning W. WJFK Albert picks up the story as the talks resume GM claims workers walked away from razors and big investments the union says GM waited too long to pull out those proposals nothing's been said about sticky issues involving temporary workers and getting new hires up to full pay they're also far apart on healthcare more than thirty GM plans have been idle today a new study from the university of southern. formula I'm vaping CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman with details researchers found that between twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping that's a rise of more than forty six percent the study also found that young adults do preferred the Minton fruity flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups and there is no joy for football fans in New Orleans and Pittsburgh today two of the most prominent quarterbacks in the game or hurt saints quarterback drew Brees suffered a torn ligament in his thumb is expected to miss at least six weeks Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger needs elbow surgery his season and

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"minton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"minton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Called strike. some of the players on that team. Minton blue man future giants closer Johnnie lemaster future giants shortstop. visible inside one of one to build Bob Knepper left hander a lot of success in the big leagues. do you have a loan. Chris Arnold how belt lines wanted to the gap right center field that gets down for a hit. the warning track. out there in the jungle by the center fielder Sierra and belt is in the second standing up. hit a double that. the final bit of bad luck bounced over the wall in deep right center his last on the cap. his friends the from snoring. rescue with a score easily at the ball stated play. that's the twenty nine double of the year for Brandon belt second of the night. the giants for the runner at second to down here is Evan Longoria. the Marlins have a. right hander Tyler Kinley lefthander Filene Garcia warming up in the bullpen. and now the. Miami pitching coach will head out to the mound again. second version of the game. Mel Stottlemyre. junior. so they have a long discussion out there the plate umpire feeling public goes out to break this up thirty seconds as long ago. disappeared. Stottlemyre back to the dugout. one glorious flied out to right been hit by a pitch and rather that the second. the ball very hard. the big storm the slider in there for a called strike from all contra bass it could be around..

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"minton" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"minton" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Is a staple. They'll always be in there. Actually, we like the addition of minton's group digestion, I don't use fruit that often but I I'll throw in various frozen berries than it would be a little cooler. I love to use a fermented vegan protein powders. So because I am plant based, so I am I am mindful of my protein intake, while always Adler a healthy fat besides the avacado, so like a flak search yet to bring in soluble and insoluble fiber, so food for the gut, and then I'll play relative from superfoods. So I really liked to add Clara in there and then a SuperFood. That's kind of a balancer or a relaxing agent, like a rodeo lower Ashra, Gondar the virus. So whatever I have in my kitchen. Mocca they all kind of fit in that category. But I would say that sort of that sort of my staple in it's in a base of water and yeah, having one every day for at least a decade. Power packed. Definitely what gets you excited in the morning, other than your smart. The. Just another opportunity to, you know, to breathe into be into live in a live my best life. I'm very passionate about all that. I do. And I don't separate work from from life. It's all it's all one in the same. So just having another opportunity to create a difference in this world I do daily basis. Think about all the problems in this planet, a lot of people have an approach of distancing themselves from news, and I actually look forward to reading about having it's happening and for myself and then channeling that into what can I do today to make things better. And what can I do you know how can I be a better human? So, yeah, that's, that's how I wake up every day. What keeps you up at night? Some of the big themes in my life or around, equality, and racial Justice and women's rights. So, you know, I think about those all the time and I talk about them as much as I can. You know, sometimes they keep me up, obviously, I'm always thinking about the climate is well, in our, in our in our crisis. There are a lot of issues. You know the refugee crisis. I think about that a lot. My father was a refugee as well. And I and I do I do work in the refugee community as well as all in tears. So I think about that a lot, but really it goes back to equality racial Justice and kind of intersection of racial Justice and women's rights. What advice would you give to your twentysomething self? The advice gift my twenty something self would be. Ask ask for help ask for help as much as you can with clarity and know what you're asking for help for and start to really call in mentors. Like, really? I would want to push myself to understand that mentors are going to be my allies in helping me achieve my dreams and solve all the big problems. I want to solve. So I really push my twenty year old self to just like fine. Those people kind of build my personal advisory board, thank you so much for being here. Real. Thanks so much for having me. Hey, everybody. I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank you all for listening to the podcast and say that we wanna listen to you. So if you have any questions any dream guests, we are all ears..

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Microsoft To Release Xbox Body Wash, Deodorant, Personal Care Products This Summer

Clark Howard

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft To Release Xbox Body Wash, Deodorant, Personal Care Products This Summer

"You know how it is for some of the more intense video gamers. You're never sure if they actually eat, or if they sleep because you don't see them move from the same spot. And after a while there's the unpleasant smell. Yes, they spell like I like to save Phoenix often a body odor, so kinda gives a bad name to gamer. So XBox trying to clean up their act with a new line of yes, not making this up hygiene products, I should have been on brand new or not. True. So now gamers can take their XBox to the shower with a new shower gel. They can throw on some XBox deodorant and finish it off with some XBox booties spray XBox partner with a company called leads to develop the line of products that contain as they describe it natural essential oils. So this way, it's supposed to smell like greens. Centrists with hints of lime in winter lemons and Minton. Sage in some tree smells thrown in for good measure. It's already in some grocery stores and pharmacy. Sees taken off in Australia and New Zealand. But until they make their way here in the United States. Who knows if it smells as good as they say, but, you know, I think that if you were to look at the XBox smell, I don't think it's going to be meant in sage and lemon. I think it's going to smell like, I don't know. Doritos. And mountain dew all mixed.

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"minton" Discussed on Building A Unicorn

Building A Unicorn

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"minton" Discussed on Building A Unicorn

"And when I moved in New Zealand, most of my friends had to go to a language school. Whereas I was flying. So her I think that definitely changed my perspective a little bit. So I didn't find it very difficult to living like English speaking country. What was that experience like for you as a twelve year old like moving from Shanghai, which is like a very incredibly busy and then moving to New Zealand, which is not people say New Zealand's covering animals. It is. This park Nexstar school. She's actually my high school is actually very much in the CBS area. But we still have sheep in the park next door. So it was very quiet. I think I liked it because as very natural, and you know. I like sports. So it's always good to have the guess places to go to on the weekends. And, you know, go to the beach, whereas strong, high, you know, is just very crowded and very busy. Yes. A very different experience. And a good student growing up where you someone that really enjoyed learning or was top of the class. I can say. I I don't think I was like super into study academics per se. I just very well. But I'm not like I didn't. I don't think I was too hot working to the point. I was only studying most of the time. I did skip a grading high school, which means I went to uniworld's seventeen but that makes also finishing earlier. And I think it was it was a little bit different. But I think it was fun being Chinese. I did all in. So I was in the orchestra three times a week, and I was in the choir. So quite revolt musically. And that's about is sports wise, I did hockey that Minton try to everything as Lucy finish school. She started thinking about what she wanted to do in life. She applied for universities around the world. However decided that she would move to Melbourne and her parents decided to move across as well. I actually applied for both engineering and commerce, and according to both, but in terms of career wise, I always want to go into finance. I was very interesting engineering because I was like hooked on Discovery Channel four like a really long time. And I just wanted to always like experimenting with things, but I think just the in terms of, you know, being Asian and the girl somehow commerce made a little bit more sense. But I think it all worked out because it doesn't really matter. I'm working with up to a hundred engineers now wallich's, and I still get to be part of things that engineers do. I just I'm not the one personally getting handle doing it. And it was during this time at the university of Melbourne that Lucy mitt some older students who would eventually become her co-founders at air wallich's. At the time. She had no idea that they would ever end up working together. So I actually met my one of our co founder max through a friend. So he was at the architecture faculty hours at commerce, and he went to high school with our CTO who went to Uni with our C or. Someone's like everyone's connected in some way..

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Did a true-crime podcast nearly stop a conviction?

podnews

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Did a true-crime podcast nearly stop a conviction?

"Win Minton couvert. Oh, did you her new air tight? Did this true crime podcast? Get in the way of a successful conviction in Denmark trial of a Norwegian woman accused of fraud was briefly threatened by this hits podcast. It's called the woman with the heavy suitcase in English, and it covered claims about her activity lawyers acting on her behalf raised the concern that she might not get a fair trial because of it, but happily none of the judges listened. She was sentenced to eighteen months in prison last month and banned from entering Denmark for twelve years a ruling which she's appealed net. Flicks is self censored and episode of this in Saudi Arabia. The Saudis were struggling to explain the disappearance of journalist, dramatic Shoghi. They said he left their consulates safely. That's Patriot Act and government regulators. They're requested the removal of this episode about journalist Jamal Kosugi. Listen notes reveals that there are two thousand six. Hundred seventy six podcast episodes concerning the journalist not all of which may be positive to the Saudi government and you smart subscribed. Plugin for WordPress sites launched yesterday, and it promises to display only relevant buttons to help turn website visitors into subscribers like book club, but for podcasts podcast brunch. Clubs listening list. For January two thousand nineteen is community responses to disability. Sean Howard has written a set of posts about how to get the best out of patriot. And part five posted today discusses use of a new patriot feature special offer. Meanwhile, Tanna Campbell highlights alternatives to patriot you can support pod news via patriot or directly at pod news dot net slash support. And this could be making it onto TV from the Boston Globe. In wondering, I'm Bob Haller in. This is gladiator the podcasts television rights have been optioned by FX. A US television network has the New York Times reports Hollywood is buying hit podcasts in the race for content. And that's the

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"minton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"minton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is on Dr Dave. Benny wisconsin. Tweets all of my money is on Jeff in San Antonio for the latch off, bro. Breastfeeding smack Ben. So I mentioned the that you want to put in the field as soon as I came out of that take the eighth seed himself Rex called and he got run like you always does. When I mentioned it earlier matinee LA became a topic. Tyler in shred Minton refer to him as Matt daily weirdo in LA, right? Now, you know that anytime you call Matt out mask and have something for you. Because you're going to hear it it Matt doesn't hear it. It will work its way back to Matt. So we've already heard from the eighth seed. Let's check in with the seventh seed again, these are just hypothetical seeds that I just throughout their Matt in LA him out. What's up? Lucky number seven babies after Mack. How you living with Ladny take the time to the hack off mostly because John Laura man, and I know. A golden ticket. But what's funny to me, though? And participation ribbons. And Brad him Coronas family jewel covers. Skeedaddle the Beadle loincloth glory to offer up a training camp to so called American hat is like Canada offering to to American NHL clubs in the pursuit of Lord. Stands cup. Worthless. Hey pilot shot up like every Canadian franchise you to featherweights or not only mine, but America's bitch, pick up the pieces that I just had you jump juicing jerk. I I requested skating half. Pipe wrench gummy wheels on were. Weak sauce on blue Canadian come Koch smack out. Got that you Jumba juice slack jaws. All right. So now I've gotten to RSVP's from the hypothetical eight. Rex zen matinee LA I love matinee LA. That's like, you know, what man it's not an insult. It's not insult. It's jungle Lor. Hell, yes. I'll do that. All right. So we've heard from the eight we've heard from the seven in here. He is the odds on favorite to win the number one seed, I'm not even asking for RSVP's. They're just coming in. Here's a third of the eight Josh in Detroit. Josh what's going on? If I bring the hack off back. Josh is that something you'd want to be a part of. I'm calling to give you my r s v p call I just ordered myself extra in Toby pizza. The celebrate this great event give me a few weeks. So Jim because I'm going to order a three piece suit. Get you a fresh pitcher for it. Another thing. Jim. Glosses? Bama. Josh in Detroit. I have to represent like that great college and make sure that I own up to the number one seed, Jim I'm really excited about it. Give me a few weeks though, because I got to get that suit tailored. And hopefully, I don't get sick from my extra and Toby pizza in my name is now Bama, Josh. Not a very, Josh,.

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"minton" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"minton" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Kinds of republicans the secret to success from what i see is getting all these different kinds of republicans to form a coalition government that can actually deliver that's what we have right now i'm grateful for the president to win the election to give us this chance and opportunity to make a big difference in people's lives so i'm really proud of the accomplishments we have here and so i don't see this as some faustian bargain devil's bargain or whatever it is you call it i see it is the country said go fix these problems you guys get the majority in the house you get them during the senate here's the presidency you're locked in to the joe lockett show go follow us on facebook twitter instagram at joe lock your job now back to the love hate and debate got up this great all right so we go rock mama birthday weekend this show is dedicated to malacca happy birthday if you guys want to call in with my momma happy birthday y'all know the number is eight six six five five one nine nine three three phone calls about to you by damn minton go check him out trooper w dam dot com as i promise.

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