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"monday fifty" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"I'm anthony davis. Gop senators blocked a bill on monday nights to keep the government operating and allow federal borrowing but democrats aiming to avert a shutdown pledge to try again the same time pressing ahead on president. Joe biden's big plans to reshape government. The efforts are not necessarily linked but the fiscal year end deadline to fund. The government passed. Thursday is bumping up against the democrats desire to make progress on biden's expansive three and a half trillion dollar federal overhaul. It's all making for tumultuous moment for biden and his party with consequences certain to shape his presidency and the lawmakers own political futures success would mean a landmark accomplishment if democrats can helm biden's big bill to passage failure or a highly unlikely government shutdown and debt crisis could derail careers. Mondays fifty forty eight vote against taking up. The bill fell well short of the sixty needed to proceed over. Gop filibuster democratic. Majority leader chuck. Schumer switched his vote to know a procedural step to allow him to bring the measure back for consideration which he said would happen this week with days to go. Democrats say they will try again before thursday's deadline to pass a bill. Funding government operations pass the september thirtieth fiscal year end stripping out the debate over the debt limit for another day closer to a separate october deadline. Meanwhile the real action is unfolding behind the scenes over the three and a half trillion dollar infrastructure bill with biden and he's democratic allies in congress seeking a once in a generation reworking of the nation's balance-sheets with republicans solidly opposed. Democrats are rushing to trim the total and win holdouts within their own party by the administration on monday renewed efforts to shield hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the united states as young children from deportation the latest maneuver in a long running drama over the policies legality the administration proposed a rule that attempts to satisfy concerns of a federal judge in houston who ruled in july that the deferred action for childhood arrivals program was illegal largely because the obama administration bypass procedural requirements when it took effect in twenty twelve the new rule mirrors the obama era initiative recreating the twenty twelve policy and seeking to put it on firmer ground by going through the federal regulatory process. Us district judge andrew. Heynen an appointee of president. George w bush said the obama administration overstepped its authority and did not probably seek public feedback. He allowed for renewals to continue but prohibited new enrollments. The binded administration is appealing. The two hundred and five page proposals solicits public feedback to address hanes concern though it's unclear if that would be enough. The proposed regulation will be published today in the federal register. Triggering a sixty day comment period and ensuring that it's unlikely to take effect for several months. The obama administration created daca with the memo issued by then homeland security secretary janet napolitano it was intended as a stopgap measure until congress legislated a permanent solution which never occurred and because dacca isn't the product of legislation it falls into a category of policies that can be more easily changed from one administration to the next former president. Trump tried to rescind the decca memo and end the program but the supreme court concluded he did not go about it properly to slow. The speed at which high temperatures and warm waters bleached the corals the great barrier reef australian scientists spraying droplets of ocean water into the sky to form clouds to protect the environmental treasure researches working on the so-called cloud brightening project said they use a turbine to spray microscopic sea particles too thick an existing clouds and reduce sunlight on the world's largest coral reef ecosystem located of australia's northeast coast the water. Droplets evaporate leaving only tiny salt crystals. Which float up into the atmosphere allowing water vapor to condense around them forming clouds sedan daniel harrison senior lecturer at southern cross university who runs the project. The project had second trial in march. The end of the southern hemisphere's summer when the reef off australia's northeast is at it's hottest gathering valuable data on the atmosphere. When corals are at most risk of bleaching a combination of light and warm water causes coral bleaching by cutting light over the reef by six percent in summer bleaching stress would be cut by fifty to sixty percent on the undersea ecosystem harrison said but the benefits of cloud brightening would lessen over time unless other measures slowed the march of climate. Change one of australia's best no natural attractions. The barrier reef came close to being listed as an endangered world heritage site by the united nations that would avoided the designation following lobbying by.

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"monday fifty" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"Let's switch to baseball. I feel like we've neglected baseball. We're going to ask. Npr chantey about damasec went after baseball's over hang it up this football season but now she's collecting trophies left and right for fantasy baseball she's not out of it yet also not out of it. Mvp discussion. let's do it. Bryce harper minus one twenty five for not over the weekend a little skirmish in the dugout. That was fun. I think that brings his name delight a little. He's even odds brother bry. You like harper. Harry gives us why you say fernando. Tease is the mvp. even i mean look He's gonna probably hit he's got it's probably hit. Forty home runs for the season Harper's a little bit below that it's gonna probably have one hundred. Rbi harper decides around eighty Tates doubled him in stolen bases and they both have a right around the same record. So i if san diego was in the east it'd be a game alike back a game to behind atlanta like philadelphia's I just think. Overall here at teases at the better season by harper's come on of late. But i think that has been more solid throughout the entire season. They're still. We're still in line to get the last wildcard still fighting for that. So overall set and i still think that t's stature still a little bit better than harvard's tag polychaete harper guy bry. You changed your mind at the last minute. but what. what do you guys think. it's best suited for harper. Why he's going to get the nod here at this. Basically peckham event so i like harper. I think the phillies aren't out of this east. A lot of lot of this might come down to. They somehow stole the east. I think harper wednesdays right. I think it's it's his so But they are still a little Outside of that race right now But if they do then he's got this so i'm looking at that. Numbers are super similar. Would tata's teammates vote for him to be. Mvp right now. I say no so not that they have a say in that matter but the fact is i think that whole thing in the dugout might have really by really scarred as chances a little bit to here. I really think that might hurt him. Coming down the stretch. I mean it's an mvp award right most valuable player on your team. I don't know if his own teammates would vote for him. I think harper leads the majors in slugging and opie s. k. Two very important statistics that get looked at these days. I think he finishes strong. It's been hot for a while. now he finishes with a flourish ends up with thirty six. Thirty seven home runs gets over that ninety. Rbi hitting three three ten. Plus i think he edges ted tease out in a super tight race. I'm not sure how much Harper's teammates like neither right and the right like they like. I think he plays. I think like him. I think he plays art every night. We gotta figure this out. F- atlanta had a lead in the. I don't think there'd be talking about it so much right down. This is true blue and he had a crazy number. Remember what we talked about this a couple of months ago already. Twenty two one on a monday fifty to one on a monday and then nine to one on a friday and then even even most recently jumped back and forth. he wasn't always Last month the lead right there hod wise but all right bryan have anything added bryce harper. You know it's just it's going to be hard for either of these teams to make the playoffs. But even though ted says the better war right now. I mean this reward usually comes down to. What have you done for me lately right. So harper in august and august september has been awesome You know especially especially august and september since he also makes but he leads the league in opie s. He's i in an animal. Nl an adjusted batting winds whatever nerdy stat that is But yet like you said the tutsis with the negative headlines for the last few days Moving around positions on them. I would i would take harper though minus one twenty-five it's too similar and again i think they usually they look at those last couple of months a little bit more. Not that they shed but didn't have a great year. Last year harper. Not for the people to tease was fourth in votes. He had forty eight percent of the share and zero first place votes but some people voting for him. I'll go to their harry. I'll jump on with you. I'll take the money. They're not really no. No one case for burns over. Shares are shares of minus two ten burns plus two hundred. So we'll stand that one real coherently at minus ten. I think people should just you love your body on spivey. Put it all. Let's say that doesn't think. Darren zero zero bronzes. Last five starts thirty seven innings seven seven with the dodgers with a point seven eight era. It's minus two ten. I here's the thing burns is going to miss a start right. They'll they'll position him so that same one right sherzer. They're going to need him to win. Probably what three more starts next. Two weeks he's going to probably two starts thanks to more starts all right minus two ten. All right i'm with you. Let's go on that. let's argue about. Al cy young robbie ray. Now minus two eighty cole was in control for awhile. Get doors blown off over the weekend booed off the mound plus two thirty but pocket. You're still making a case for coal. Is this a home or call. It might be. It's certainly might be but here's b..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Love. Dick's that's beavers for football team beavers The the main the main winner. Today's obviously a hoagie day. So everybody. I hope you get to eat a hoagie today. In history september fourteenth in eighteen fourteen francis scott key was inspired to write the star spangled banner after fort. Mckenry withstood a british attack. So you know way to go. Shot francis scott key in eighteen forty seven. Mexico city was captured by us forces under winfred scott ending the mexican american war so took that in one thousand nine one president. William mckinley died eight days after being shot in buffalo new york. So pretty big one. Their pres- tufiq east. Probably that's not technically on the presidential vacination list but it's kind of a gray area so i'm a storms will argue that. Why war necessity. I mean was he assassinated. As i see like eight days and shot he died referring yourself. You're saying maybe he had like bad gal and that was he would have survived the gunshot. If he didn't have it was his wife. Nagy got better. When you say experts i refer to. I mean i'm just saying was he asked fascinated kennedy. I'm just saying. I mean no. No the resolute assassination bias chart right but it saas initially. It wasn't a good one. Yeah also you could say mckinlay's was worse because he had to suffer for eight days in between what a thousand the guys have. He such an assassin. He's like you will sit in the perfect spot. Well have you read about it. The docs may have screwed it up a little bit you know. What if they cleanest hands back nineteen ninety one here on this would while we take the bullet out of your stomach for their bare hands. Leafletted our first things first. We're going to get a lot of blood out of this guy. Get all the bad blood out. Very nerve wracking job taking a sitting president. Just leave it. You don't wanna be that guy in nineteen eighty five. The golden girls debuted on tv and that was pretty much it for this day in history. September fourteenth birthdays today. Gnaws amy wine-house p. jimmy butler the nba and also margaret sanger proud eugenics advocate. Kkk speaker and mother of planned parenthood. Really interesting historical character. There margaret sanger to make a correction guys jamesy garfield seventy-nine days he after he was shot that so he by far cake of holy shit seven that might not have venison assassination. Seventy something else up in. There was an infection. Seven days. His later kinley like he gets mixed up with garfield because he's also a guy who didn't die right away. Well garfield eighteen eighty one. Yeah i dunno. I bet i mix them up. Well i think yes. I think i just mix. Yeah that's what i'm saying. I'm saying you're not. The only one. Mckinley is getting lumped in with garfield all the time. Some some some guy spits out a no up Seven days is just like he's like free just praying like oh man. I really hope didn't take a turn for the worst. It's been three months and you're cool. Yeah he's rooting for them to get better. Really regret killing that. President moving out of the training news of today honorable mentions farther and mac from super troopers or doing a show on tru. Tv called tacoma fd and three starts on thursday september sixteenth. If you guys watch that at all no no. He's in three as far a rock cash. Yeah they both have. Mustaches paired them with like real actors. Not relaxed i guess. That's how hollywood sees any of the broken lizard's guys they're like to lizard guy that's cool. That's fine we're going to pay you some real actors and we'll see how it goes but no i haven't seen in season three. Yeah check it out. New hawkeye series trailers out Marvel greats series premieres november. twenty four. th. I see the trailer what is what does he do. He finds lost stuff for people. he's he's the airless. Jeremy renner's the arrow guy earls okay. He was actually bad. Ask for they made them like for one movie with him in a mad because his whole family died and he was just killing sword but he's turned into a different character. It's going gain further down that he turned. It's like a different assassin. Character like hawkeye has a different name. He's an assassin hawkeye with the bone. Marrow was pathetic for those first couple movies. it's after that so he's going to be after the bat estimates keeps me like should we go back in time and fight crime. Yeah go back to that era where he was the fucking king her. He's like winning archery contests and he's got like a little helper in this one. Jeremy renner also reno so our lives here. So i'll just supportive new. What's what else. Obviously ravens at raiders on monday. Night football happening while we tape going to be a huge trendier hopefully got to watch that live. The apple versus epic ruling came in late last week. As far as i could tell apple can still tax the hell out of developers in the app store and a bunch of other tech news about linked in zoom mail. Chimp outlook dropped not really smart enough to report on it. But if you are interested in it look it up. Milton got bought. That was the big thing right. Yeah the social security fund will run out by twenty thirty three. But that's not fun at all and let's not talk about taxes are going to go up just yet because it september. So let's move on to number two. The california governor recall election is today september. Fourteenth president biden made a last second trip out to california to campaign for governor gavin newsom and look at the wildfire damage. I hope by ask gavin. Why he cut the cal. Fire forest management budget right before the two worst fire years ever in the state. But i'm guessing that's topic for another time since they both gave a speech blaming the fires entirely on climate change no mention of the recent california forest management budget reductions biden did say he's now paying federal firefighters minimum wage since june. Which is kind of sad when you think about like what they were making less than that before june. Apparently what i don't know saw your is that like the average of volunteers. I guess something like that. I mean you add their hours like insane sweeping so now they get minimum wage right. But that's good. I guess it's an upgrade somehow from what we were doing before he also said that the solution to beat climate change is to pass all of his pending spending bills. Go figure no questions of course after the speech stats on the california governor recall race that closes today again. All californians have to mail their stuff postmarked by today dropping off at a ballot box. Whatever it's twenty. Two million ballots were mailed out. Seven point nine million returned as of monday. Fifty two percent of those were from registered. Democrats twenty four percent register. Republicans and twenty four percent were from registered independence so unless some registered dense close fed up with gavin. It looks like he could be safe right. Yeah yeah they're pointing he say for sure yeah Number one cream of the crop today the met gala gala gala. What's that gets both. Will you can say it either. Way do correct is the second gala gala okay. the met gala. I didn't know was on monday night. Gala night gala night. It was monday night. it's a fashion show. Apparently here's a picture of sweetie checker out carpet looking good southbound fashion so weedy so she's got a mcdonalds meal everything see why Yeah so that's what's happening on the red carpet but nobody cares about what's happening at.

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"monday fifty" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Welcome back man. Some of the news. You read the only reaction. It's appropriate is all blue the According to a new poll of four thousand people. Mondays the least favorite day of the. Oh oh that's a new poll. Yeah money well-spent you guys all people. We have this money to use. What should we study. That's poll about them favorite day. It's one of those things where if we don't use this money they'll take it from us next year. Study the list. In order of least-favoured days are monday fifty. Nine percent of people say. Monday is the worst day tuesday no way. I know i'm stunned. What and then sunday. Okay sundays right up there for me. I would tuesday monday sunday. I agree really no. I would go. Tuesday tuesday sunday monday said i said tuesday monday sunday. Yeah tuesday owl sunday. Monday rabies really hung up on the tuesday thing like hop out of bed on a monday. And i feel okay. And i'm ready to get back at it. And then it's like tuesday way more bummed out hardest day to get up for work as friday or small heart easiest one because if i go through thursday what i would say pre friday like a pre friday kind of vibe because i think man you gotta do is get through tomorrow show and we are in the clear and i. I can use that as motivation. 'cause then getting up on friday and get into the show on on friday not a big deal because wish. I'm so excited for that. Walked to the car on friday after work on friday. Yes so The least favorite days. Monday all by tuesday fall by sunday then wednesday friday saturday. And what's crazy is thursday. Got the least released hate. Yeah i i like thursday's more than friday's really. I've always liked. Thurs is a great memories from remembering. That's when friends used to well. That's that's partly true. Best he used to be able to watch friends on harley true. And i can watch you know but it's along the lines of i would rather have it be a couple of days before vacation than a couple of days left of vacation only i would rather have the meal about to come then b.'s. I love having it right in front of you. The same survey also flip the question around ask people in their favorite day of the week. Saturday number one fall by friday and sunday just under six percents said monday's their favorite. This those are people that have like monty. Some psychologists were paid like actual money to study people's habits on dating apps and they found that most people that use the apps swipe left or right based on appearance or race put on based on their character. The by sally field nice cute personality face right. I was thinking that when somebody has a four paragraph. Long intro about me noam here. I was reading that other individual characteristics personality hobbies were not good predictors of which way someone would swipe so yeah basically it all comes down to looks you guys yet so people have pellets is about how the people are insane. Here's another fun. Fact on cabinet was time for swiping. Right was just below one second. Wow but if a swipe or didn't like someone that time got even shorter to about half a second but most people swipe right based on looks. Shock is disappointing. Unfortunately that person to their face. I'm not sapio section. My my new favorite trap. And i'm like i'm on answering. That question is when someone says. Oh while of You know so. And so was and they'll throw out like whatever it is could be race could be preference transgender. Like you know like you've thought some was was attractive but they were transgender. Would you date them. Like i'm not going all you're trying to do is you're looking for a problem. That's right you're trying to. You're trying to me like what are you care. You know who. I'm interested or not interested in data which you have liked punky brewster as a young young kid if you knew she was transgender right. Why like what does that mean. What is what is the endgame here. Why are you asking this question. It's just people looking to cause produce something. Yeah so f- blank blank k you but who saw this coming. It's official according to the latest data from the social security administration than named karen dropped from six hundred and thirty seventh most popular in twenty eighteen to six hundred and sixty eight so yes dropping. Fast and popular killing wonder why gone through hard times. I wonder one most overuse before that was becky. Nonsensical insult i every time i see that in morocco karen it's boomer. There's always some kind of term for the next name that is the lowest ranking by the way since nineteen twenty nine Like karen to me is like an eighties name. I've only known maybe four or five in my lifetime had it. But i like errol. I had an aunt care. Tissues the mom. Yeah the best yet. So apparently only four hundred and thirty eight newborn girls in the us. Renamed karen last year. Entire country ed. By the way every time you call someone that you're being superfund in original it. Peaked in nineteen sixty. Five guys won't want more. Yes all right yet. Another random side effect of the pandemic lunch breaks aren't what they used to be. According to a new survey.

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"monday fifty" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Strict requirements require your employees to get vaccinated or face. strict requirements. Was that mean. What kind of strict requirements is the government going to impose upon the private sector if a company doesn't want to force employees to show them their papers. This is incredible. I mean we're. We're witnessing a chapter that the historians will try to decipher for many many many generations to come. Here's kurt. hey. Kurt thanks for joining today. How are you of course my I love your show. I've been a long less less not for a very long time. Thank But i have to disagree with you about the vaccine issue. I work in a hospital. I'm a nurse and our hospital is overrun. We are at a hundred and forty percent passively mostly unvaccinated scores and it is really a crisis at the moment. I i'm from georgia In the small rural town And it's it's rough man I need you to give me some. I need to give me some clarity. And i'm glad you called because i i want this kind of exchange. What did i say that you disagree with. You spoke about the doctors down in florida now. I don't think those doctors stopped caring for people who don't vaccinate. I think they are trying to bring awareness that there's a crisis we are in the healthcare crisis and i think you know Community healthcare is different than personal healthcare and If if everybody gets vaccinated role makes make things better for. So why don't we where you ply the but why don't we play. Apply the standards of community healthcare to obesity smoking to to sexually transmitted diseases. How how far do we go with community healthcare. Kurt now of course is always a personal choice. I will note force people to get vaccinated. I asked you questions question. You're giving me you giving me what sounds like a talking point. I don't mean to put you on the spot here because again. I really am appreciative of your call. What did i say that you could disagree with you. Think doctors that walk off the job and literally according to nbc reporter. They walked off their jobs. They lift their left their shift. They left their patients in unattended in rooms to be taken care of by the nurse. Doctors left they abandoned their post to stand out and protest unvaccinated. Americans my question. And i'll if you're okay with that all right we will have to agree to disagree. I'm just having a hard time following what it is. You think that you could disagree with. Do you believe that. Americans have a right to make a choice about this issue or not. Mike and i am a conservative. And of course i believe that all also i mean i've shared that i got the vaccination back in march. I have shared. What what. I believe about the science of the vaccinations i believe for me. That works but for me to tell you you. Don't you're not going to get to be a first class citizen if you don't get the vaccination again. Where's the disagreement. Kurt what are we. What out missing here. I know if you frame it like that yes. Of course i have to agree with you But my my point is that you know we. We are struggling on the ground with this disease. We've been struggling for nearly two years. According to fouts you were going to be struggling until the spring of twenty twenty two at least. How long are we supposed to struggle. And is the answer to the struggle. And i'm not disagreeing with with the fact that there's a struggle that new front frontline workers. You're a hero kurt. I don't get me wrong. I don't want to disparage you in any way shape or form as of monday. Fifty one percent of the total. Us population is fully vaccinated. Half the country is fully vaccinated. As of monday. You would say. I think that this is a crisis. This this is a struggle and of course when we gotta figure out together how we get through this well finding people and firing people for not being vaccinated route letting people live their lives if they're not vaccinated doesn't seem like a very good option to me. Curt i agree with you because you know. I think that the the big problem that that the democrat set at the moment is that they politicize this whole pen. They make last year when it when it broke out and they don't have a leg to stand on now they they. They baked people to get vaccinated. Well if they just listened to trump. And say i mean. He said the vaccine won't be ready. And they said no you're a liar trump but he was right and not not only did they say you're a liar. Remember what council the harrison. I play this clip all day long if it was on the screen. I've played this clip till the cows came home. To remind everybody of what comma harris was capable of saying. This is the vice president of the united states. And she she literally when we when we see the african american community. Have such a vaccine skepticism. Or hesitancy i mean kurt. How could we ever forget comma harrison. What she said. I mean this is. This is something that is frank. Donald trump tells us that we take it. I'm not taking it. Remember that kurt. The vice president i i remember it very clearly and you know that's the problem we have. That's what we're up against kurt. And so we can't just blame one side and say conservatives are the reason for vaccine skepticism. It's not she's no conservative. Donald trump tells us that we take it. I'm not taking it..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"It's negative for me and it's extremely attitude for you. If this comes just at your own expanse as it did for me then you can take as long as you like and you can make as expensive as you like. But if i'm picking up the tab it is now in my interest to close this gap as fast as possible. Closed the gap as fast as possible. His just for the clinical geeks which i love it. When i talk about these other services currently being offered they may have a good portion of these may be services. I don't often. this is very common nowadays. Great it's additive. but they're still cannot carry the entire suite of offerings again. Nobody is bad here. One's wrong this is wrong. kept coming back earlier. This is a gravity issue. This gap is the truth. It's the truth. So when i find a stella candidate and i say okay. Here's what we're gonna do. You've got two choices. You wanna earn a practice option number one which i actively encourage you to consider is to go out there. I figured this out. This took me ten years. Took me ten years. And let's say that i'm pretty clumsy. I'm not that smart. I didn't have the privilege of podcasts. Assurance held never sources like the assigned so forth available to me. It took me ten years. And i was able to pull this off. Let's assume that you're way smarter than me. And you have opportunities and understanding that. I don't and it's gonna take you five years. This is your first option. You're going to go out into the world and over time through trial and error. You'll eventually closed that gap five years from now you'll look up and you will be qualified to own a practice like this and that is an option. I actively encourage you to visit friends. You wanna come back to a position of needless nece. Give them their no back. I'll give you your no his why you should not do this because you can do it alone. It'll take you five years but there's another option and that option is you and i stopped working together an over the course of the next eighteen months with very specific measurable units of progress. Each checked off according to what we learn based on results we can get you there in the next two years choices yours. Now yes you're going to have to pay into the practice and no you receive as much money as you currently expect but the moment we arrive here. I need you to believe me when i say. I can't wait to share the I can't wait. I'm partnering with you. Because i don't wanna do this. I don't wanna be the one that holds up the big top tanta new. I'm not interested. I mean that is that is excellent so again. I want to reiterate the fact that we're not anti partnership at all were were pro partnership in the right circumstance with the right structure particularly calibrated expectations. I often use this example that when we started. Gsi when it was a nonprofit company it literally was actually. We lost one hundred thousand dollars. After the i saw met actually evans onboard. Who was my personal assistant. Who quickly jumped up to see. Oh because there's two people in the company she and i and there were a lot of things that i didn't have time to do and i wasn't qualified to do i. I'm not good with excel spreadsheets for instance. I'm not good with technology. I am not good at answering emails. Good at all of those things so at first blush ashley looked like she was probably a really good fifty percent candidate for ownership in this zero dollar valuation operation. I mean congratulations ashley. You oh fifty. Fifty percent of nothing. Actually monday's fifty thousand dollars. You got your own fifty percent of a negative one hundred thousand dollars net worth company. Congratulations if you choose to accept but the bottom line was she wasn't interested. She's not entrepreneurial or she wasn't at the time she she is very entrepreneurial now but it wasn't the right time and we could have never calibrated that the expectations there so here we are and another thing that we haven't really kind of talked about yet is there are a number of different the majority of things in a partnership if you are the primary owner the original owner that can be hired out you know i. I know that we don't want a revolving door of associates. However if you put them on a path of here are the benchmarks in two years and they're interested enough in your operation and they see your vision and they love your team and they love the location and they are completely completely committed to the future of your operation. Then they will buy into the two years and they will hit the benchmarks and then we can have a real partnership. That is how you commence a partnership not. I need a million dollars right now. I'm going to take the next warm body. That has a good credit score and decent at class to composite resins. And i hate to do those now. The wrong reasons to get into a partners to this is one version this many others but this is the bedrock principle of value contribution that we need to factor into our equations and agreements. What we're talking about here is folding time. If i knew what i know now when i was makia he's one. You're out of school. If i knew what i know now. What are the long term dividend values of that wisdom. I know for me. I've made eight million dollars in dentistry. And i learned this about yet ten. What would it be worth in your hands. As i shared yesterday morning. It's immeasurable not everybody. Should choose this option to be quite frank. This exactly the same choice that we might have about joining. Gsi you can go out. Do it yourself take your time. Do it mocked. it took him ten years continues to figure out well on twelve. Now that's outside and you can do it. You can knock it out maybe smart you can do it and five. You can do that or you could say. Hey full time for this marks in the time folding business at gsi. It's exactly what you can do with your practice a say. Hey you wanna join me as an associate doc. I'm gonna collapse. The scap and here is a crucial era. That has made it all the time..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you. By macy's texas lawmaker in dc on testing positive for cova nineteen let this be a reminder by chanel ross on monday fifty seven texas lawmakers boarded planes to washington. Dc the legislators. The bulk of the texas house of representatives democratic delegation had fled their state in hopes of stopping a vote on bills. That would change the times in ways that citizens in the state may vote as well as the experience. Texans may have while casting a ballot. The democrats say the proposed laws would come with the very real possibility of voter suppression and intimidation one measure in question for example what allow untrained and armed poll-watchers to stand close enough to voters to see how they vote on saturday. That developing political story ran headlong into the realities of the ongoing pandemic. When three of the texas democrats reported testing positive for covert nineteen all three lawmakers had been vaccinated according to their caucus as have most other members of the texas house of representatives among those who had tested positive. Saturday we're state representative. Celia israel age fifty seven eight democrat representing a district that includes austin and nearby suburbs the district where people of color make up the majority of residents reports one of the higher vaccination rates in the state. It's made up. Mostly of travis county where sixty one point eight four percent of residents twelve and over have like their representative ben fully vaccinated statewide about fifty nine percent of all texas residents in that age. Range have been fully vaccinated. Let this be a reminder that cova nineteen is still very much among us with infection rates on the rise and more infectious variants spreading nationwide. Israel said in a statement issued saturday evening while i have fully complied with cdc guidelines and m fully vaccinated. This will not one hundred percent prevent infection thankfully. I am doing well and hope to get over the infection with mild symptoms. I am currently quarantining. Until i test negative i urge anyone not vaccinated to do so as soon as possible to help. Stop the spread. The texas house democratic caucus did not identify the two other members of the delegation who have tested positive for the corona virus. The author of this story for time was alerted to israel's status because they were in masked but close contact with her while reporting this week. Cova nineteen cases have been on the rise in texas as in most states in the us which experts have attributed to factors including the highly contagious delta variant and the slowing rate of vaccinations on thursday allston officials tightened the city's cove nineteen guidelines in response to an alarming spike in cases before the news of the positive tests outlets like fox. News as let's the lawmakers political opponents back home had highlighted images of legislators aboard a charter flight from texas to washington. Dc in which many appear not to have worn masks while commercial airlines require all passengers to wear masks during flights current cdc guidelines. Do not recommend them for those who have been fully vaccinated breakthrough covert nineteen cases are possible even after vaccination as would be the case with any vaccine but there is evidence that those cases may be less severe. An ap analysis found that about ninety nine percent of cova nineteen hospitalizations in the us and may were among unvaccinated people. Israel also thanked her republican and democratic colleagues for the well wishes and concern some have expressed for her and for her partner whom israel had plans to marry thursday on the floor of the texas house of representatives before the delegation decided to flee the state. Most importantly i hope this instance highlights. The sacrifices were willing to make for the cause of democracy. The lawmaker said in her statement. I would not change anything to protect the right to vote. It might only be midsummer but fall will be here before you know it and with it the start of a new school year. Don't worry macy's has your back first day outfits backpacks lunchboxes macy's has everything you need. Even that must have coffeemaker for those heading.

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"monday fifty" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Startling image to see the head of the congressional black caucus zip tied and led away by the police but it is an image that reflects a long tradition of black leaders causing good trouble to protect voting rights. In america i'm referring to yesterday when chairwoman of the congressional black cockers congresswoman joyce beatty and eight other voting rights activists were arrested at the hart senate office building. They were protesting the lack of momentum onto big voting rights bill in the senate the john lewis voting rights act and the for the people. Act today vice president. Kabila harris hosted some of those activists at a meeting at the white house to push the earn the issue further where now five days into a dramatic act of civil disobedience by the democratic members of the texas state legislature on monday fifty one democratic state representatives literally left the state to deny republican state. Legislatures the quorum that they would need to pass anti-voting legislation. The governor of texas has since said that as soon as they step foot back in the state they will be arrested. And all of this this civil disobedience all of this good trouble is somewhat cosmetically timed. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the death of the civil rights leader. The former congressman. John lewis whose acts of good trouble that helped bring around the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five. Tomorrow the official ceremony honoring louis will be the christening of the us ns. John lewis a seven hundred and forty two foot long navy ship speaker thousand. Ansi pelosi will lead a congressional delegation to san diego to participate in the christening that will honor the former congressman legacy in a less official manner proteges. John lewis like the congressman joyce beatty are calling for some more good trouble in his name on voting rights. And there will be vigils around this country from georgia to new york to north carolina to texas to honor the lead congressman into carry his torch for democracy specifically the protesters who were arrested yesterday. And the texas representatives who are holed up in dc and the americans holding vigils across the country. They are calling for voting rights legislation at the federal level without legislation at the federal level voters in republican controlled states. All across the country might be out of luck which means all eyes are on moderate swing votes senators like joe manchin who have the power to act. At any point they want to protect the right to vote by agreeing to carve out voting rights from the senate filibuster rules which would allow voting rights protections to pass with a simple majority in the senate without needing ten republicans to sign on. That's all it will take tonight. While fifty-one texas democrat. Representatives are in dc to plead with senators like mansion mentioned himself has flown to texas for a fundraiser held. By are you sitting down for this. Prominent republican donors which seems to me like just the opposite of good trouble joining us now is one of the democratic states representatives currently in dc representative jasmine. Crockett representative crockett. Thank you for being with us tonight. You are in a state that over the last fifty sixty five years. We've not often had the chance to talk to someone. And you are actually in a state of civil disobedience right now you have left your state so that you will not be arrested by the sergeant at arms as a signed by the governor of texas so you cannot be brought back to the legislature to be present and establish a quorum for for legislation. That will will pull back on the voting rights of your fellow texas citizens. Yeah that's absolutely right first of all. Thank you so much for having me and thank you so much for covering the story. It is quite disappointing that we are coming up on the year anniversary of john. Lewis someone who gave of so much of himself. For the purpose of voting rights yet Instead of honoring his legacy and his sacrifice were actually rolling back. The hands of time Back the hands of time to a time in which he felt it. Necessary to march in selma You know i. It's it's unfortunate in addition to that that you see someone like congresswoman bady who was arrested and you juxtaposed that with january sixth and the number of criminals that still have not been arrested. And then you wanna talk about lawmakers in texas and the threats. That the empty threats. Let me be clear that our governor is sending out about arresting us. It's amazing who we want to arrest in this country. We're doing everything we can to fight for democracy but we don't want to arrest those that are breaking the law that are killing people that are you know doing the things that they claim. That black lives matter. Protesters were doing that. Were actually rioting insurrectionist but we want to arrest duly elected congress persons and state representatives. Let me ask you about texas and voting. Texas is one of the hardest states in which vote. They simply. don't make something easy that we should make easy. Texas has no examples of widespread voter fraud. Texas has virtually zero examples of any voter fraud and the very things that this legislation is meant to pull back on twenty four hour voting drive thru voting helping people get to the polls. None of them are at all connected to any instances of voter fraud in texas in other words. There is no argument. That if you take away drive thru voting you take away twenty four hour. Voting fraud in texas elections will decrease now absolutely right. I mean which you're trying to apply logic right I determined that there is no logic in the legislature at least texas legislature This is all about a power grab you know. That's what people need to understand. They need to understand. The full context of what's going on texas already makes it harder than every other state to vote. We simply say we want nice things in texas to right when we look at the majority of states. Thirty six states plus dc have online voter registration. We had a number of bills that were filed this session saying hey give us online voter registration which has nothing to do with fraud whatsoever right..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The pentagon papers were was. It was a major major american event. Jon meacham a half century later. What's the legacy the pentagon papers. Lucia spirited prison within the government In fact the commissioning of the study was And then we have to have the courage of face facts. We can't become active to our own ideology barrow narrative to are wishful thinking. Eleanor roosevelt once said the besetting sin of the american people is wishful thinking and a gone papers. Tell us that followed the truth. We have to have the courage to stay after it. Pursue it publish. It and a healthy democracy understands weaknesses and addresses. Kurt anderson john brings up such a great point in my house. We were all republicans we all love the nixon. We all believed that the world was chaotic. I say we my mom and dad. I was playing. T-ball is about five years old six years old but still there. Was that feeling around the house. We watch cronkite every night. I always joke. My dad said cronkite was a communist when he said that's the way it was. My dad believed him and my dad. My dad was was entrenched. Just like i know a lot of people are right now for donald trump but it was this constant hammering. This constant hammering that the media did. And i remember the morning. I was eating cereal. My dad read looked at the newspaper and he finally said after years probably going all the way back to the alger hiss case. He finally looked put down the papers and he quietly said if this man has done half of what they say he's done he should be thrown in jail. That was a twenty twenty five year old journey for my father but it was the media. It was this type of reporting that finally made my father put down that newspaper and say nixon should go to jail. It was shocking to me. But i understood it much later on but what we're talking about this morning a lot of times we think it doesn't matter it dies. It does have an impact getting the truth out there and putting it all on the line i think we had. That sounds like we have the same dad. Back then Joe my my father was the same way back and and the thing about also the pentagon papers and this month. The supreme court hurt and decided this case at the end of the month. This was a two weeks where it might have gone the other way and we would have had in the united states versus the new york. Times might have gone the other way and we would have a different country today and it was also the time when richard nixon began. He didn't use the trump phrase enemy of the people that the press was but that was how he shifted. And that was really when when the right in this country started going down that long pass or thinking of the press as it's true enemy as traitors all that the other thing just a you know. We've been talking a lot about the washington post this week. The other amazing thing about the washington post this week is the company went. Public katharine graham on this monday. Fifty years ago took had her. Can you imagine the stress in the day that we ending and had to do this. As you say heroic thing we're publishing. I'm going to make my friends angry. And we're going to go forward because it was important to get out. And again as we see all of the attempts these days recently to to bug and marginalized reporters and journalists by the trump administration and find their notes and and get their electronic records. And all that i. It's a reminder that this this kind of approach really began years ago was richard nixon. I mean the line from trump vietnam to watergate and then the two of them to kind of anything to win trumpism is just clear. That's what we try to do. In and history does repeat itself. jon meacham. We've been talking about the trump administration getting data records from reporters. I remember mort halperin actually The help had their home phone line. Bugged for nineteen twenty twenty one months he was a member of the nixon administration and they bugged his phone for twenty one months. And now we're finding out that don mcgann was also targeted by the trump administration. And you're hearing bar Sessions and all these other trump administration officials saying they knew nothing about it so it seems that here. We are fifty years later reading stories. It sound a lot like they came out of nineteen seventy-one nineteen seventy-two. Oh absolutely no the phrase for. I think it's our time who said called the but most of watergate is the white house horrors right just one thing after another and the ratings the me the great lesson of watergate is it was a case where the system broke and then the system repaired itself and this is hugely important for where we are now right because it was barry goldwater i. It was john rhodes it was Republicans in the house and in the senate and to go to your bar. Sessions point elliot. Richardson bill ruggles house and people in the justice department. Who said no. The constitution is more important than the passing temporary favor of the occupant of the lighthouse house. That sounds very grand but these guys did it in real time. They broke with their party. They broke with their personal interests and put the constitution ahead of their personal interests and their party interest. That's not some homeric owed to lost golden bipartisanship. Mrs nice not that. It's a real human drama. It was a close run thing as well instead of waterloo. But they did it to the question now is who are those republicans in the house and in the senate and the justice department win the pendulum's swings again we will in fact stand up and say no assistant is more important than my personal interest. Well and susan page. There's quite a bit of reporting to do right now. The question is if bar if sessions if they weren't involved in this if they didn't approve this thin who approved the bugging of phones the collection of data phone data from political opponents in the opposing party. And now again. This morning we're hearing about don mcgann. Who was the person that that recommended the same thing inside the trump administration if the attorneys general all at the time didn't support that move so they attorneys general. If it's true as they are saying that they didn't know is that reassuring or is it alarming because somebody knew that they were doing some democratic members of congress and the white house counsel. You know if you're thinking about echoes of watergate enemies list because this is look we need to know more. We need to investigate but this is looking like there was an enemies list in the trump justice department against critics of president trump not because of national security grounds but because of political considerations so very much We are not fifty years past. But we're not in a new and different place. Susan page and jon meacham. Thank you very much and kurt anderson. Thank you as well. The new podcast is entitled nixon at war. I can't wait can't wait till listen to that. That's extraordinarily tastic..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And is expected to you. Have some democrats making moves toward Packing the court expanding the supreme court from nine to thirteen now. Nancy pelosi putting kind bosh on that at least for the time being but i think it kind of as the camel's nose under the proverbial tent This as nancy pelosi says no we have no plans whatsoever To bring this to the floor. This as a legislation was introduced a just thursday once again to expand the supreme court to thirteen justices. But well nancy pelosi san now. This is a battle that we just don't want to take on at this point in time. So we'll get to that brief history of court packing on monday fifty. Five thirteen ten kfi k. Joined by meteorologist atmospheric scientists that makings with channel to pinpoint. Whether he matt. How are you this morning. Doing pretty well and you doing well. I like the The view of all this water sitting in on my property here. This is good there. You go because we did. Get some solid precipitation. Yeah a lot of us here in the north. Got three to six ish Then there's pockets on the west side of the city that had They didn't get to foot. They had over nine inches in some cases so a lot of water in this one This is this is a good wet one so this is going to soak in pretty nicely. The next few days and and things will be green. Which will be good. That's always a good thing especially with earth day right around the corner. So what does the weekend. Weather forecast look pretty unsettled. Honestly we'll make catch some glimpses of sunshine today and tomorrow but still kind of under the influence of this pretty active pattern And that's gonna keep us big cloudy for the next few days. It'll keep up chances for snow the next few days and keeps us cool for the next few days now today. We may not even get out of the thirties. Probably make our way into the low forties tomorrow and then try to make a run at fifty or so for sunday now with this help with the drought This recent moisture It will help in in regards to maybe very slight very slight improvement. But i think the biggest impact of all is just going to be that it's going to help keep the drought numbers right where they are In and that next up they will come out next thursday And it will include this storm data with it. And i would guess we'll probably not see a growth of drought in the conditions. Remain the same so in that perspective was a good thing to have this definitely channel to pinpoint weather. Meteorologists matt makings. Thanks as always have yourself a great weekend. Be well be safe on the roads. If you're out sounds like a plan. Eight fifty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi what's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's went on colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi license plates in colorado or being auctioned off to the highest bidder and a fundraiser for the colorado disability funding committee license plate with is it for twenty has so far garnered bids more than sixty five hundred dollars. Bids are being collected until you got it. Four twenty pm on april twentieth considered our unofficial pot holiday. All right keep it right here coming up a noko now with your host. Tanner swint at nine..

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"monday fifty" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"monday fifty" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"There's some things colfax say on the air. There's just something hogan's will never know they will. Although i'll probably spit it out at some point he said chris today says just tuned in. I have a new candidate for the brady colfax whole of theirs. It's not really the brady colfax hall of fame or i. It's the hall of fame. you know. Colfax you still. You still thunder man. I think you lose the march madness thing on purpose so that you could be out on the roof for all your fans to come throw candy at you and stuff. Yeah and just exposure to my audience. You've got bring the sign out to you. Got to have the sign and it's when are we doing this. Is it next week next week. The dan you know whenever there's nice weather but you know colorado is kind of hard to tell because it always changes five every five minutes. It changes my good but we always always need the moisture. I always if you're ever thinking we don't need the moisture think again bucko think again. Let's hazard out here next week. It's got to be. Monday's fifty six partly cloudy. Tuesday's fifty eight partly cloudy. Wednesday chance of rain sixty two though do a little rain out there thursday as a thirty percent chance of frozen mix but it's fifty seven degrees house frozen man but fifty seven degrees. How does that work me that frozen. Yeah i don't. I don't buy them not by whether whether guy i mean tuesday might be good. I don't know tuesday talk text. Tuesday might be good. Let's let's let's pencil in weather changes. Not bad boy. Let's see. let's see b rad. Wow always talking about drew here. He's really trying hard to sell the public on this team. When there really is not anything to be optimistic about depend no i get were jews coming from andrews like the ultimate optimist. I'll say this. He's very optimistic about the rockies. A team like that hundred sixty two games. You gotta find stuff. No i get what he's saying he's saying there are things you can root for. But he's also saying that no this team's not gonna win or lose one hundred but they could very well lose ninety nine. He's not saying this is not going to be a good team this thing. Well he's saying this is going to be bad team but he's trying to give you hope if you're gonna watch and if you're not national listen then you know that's that's i get it. I understand it's going to be bad. Product should be. I for one of a big john gray fan. I love pitching battles and so. I'm for now intrigued to see if marquez follows up a pretty good year last year he was one of the only guys. I'm intrigued to see. Kyle freeland to get back on the mound recover from injury and i love watching john gray. He does remind me of charlie. Sheen's wild thing. I don't know why but he i. Just i've been fan. Charlie blackmon trevor story and watching stories. Kind of kind of bitter sweet. Because time he does something good. It just makes me mad. Because i know it's not going to be here for very long. But now i get what he's saying be read says and usually when you host an all star game everyone is pumped about participating watching their players in the game's not here. It feels dirty and when everyone talking about it is calling on fans not to look at what the mont for. Its make but be a good baseball fan support players. That are not rockies. I'd rather be checking. How lobs from a he's bring it back to the class. To why colfax there are certain hall of famers that just get this game this top text tuesday game some kinda you know they they dabble they get involved. They throw some textile. But there's just a few hall of famers out there that get the game Dick's brady crazy to think that just a few weeks ago. The broncos were considered by most to be the front runners to land franchise change in quarterback like watson. Now now here there are starting at another year of drew lock unless they make move and even then potentially wasting vons last year and all these guys they sign on defense to one year contracts the all in on defense. Maybe a waste so. That's that's an intriguing text. I was talking to zach stevens about this yesterday And if you missed that podcast available. The whole show dot com thirteen ten k. k. dot com. All of our social media accounts shared the broncos. Did i. I don't wanna say golic it all in because these are pretty good deals. They did sign. Justin simmons so long term deal. They decided just to stay with von miller on that okay. We'll kareem jackson. Went out and i was wrong about this willing to admit i did not think. Kareem jackson was coming back to denver. They let korean jack. They they called his bluff. Kareem jackson goes out similar to shelby. Harris did last year. The market's not what he thought comes back to denver in a way we go kyle fuller comes in a one year deal. I don't i. I honestly i could see why you see it that way. Though dixon i can kind of see it as we just got a really good defense. For one year we secured these guys to one. Year deals So this is the year we want to make that step. Yes or no i guess. They were willing to move on from jackson. They were for what he was asking. But then it just worked out all right. Well go have a good safety. It is for those reasons that i don't see denver getting too aggressive. Though i will say this i just i know. Drew lock was bad when it's all said and done. He was bad last year. But i do think that i do think there's something there that george peyton because he hasn't made move the something there where he's going. Maybe maybe we can do this withdrew. Maybe it'd be. Maybe he can be average next year and we can build from that. I know it sounds crazy crazy. Aaron rodgers hosted jab. Was it yesterday. He owes the jeopardy and like the guy was asked. Even if like. Hey if if they come at you and ask you about it. Would you be willing to be the full time host. And he is not saying it's out of the question here is. This is my favorite moment from skit. I i saw this morning on. Good morning football over to our two day. Champion on the end. Scott you up the correct response. Who wanted to kick that field goal. That is a great question should be should be correct but unfortunately for this this game today. That's correct and you're going to lose zero. Thank you for that and gerrad. Today win streak. I can see the podium. And i was like. Please put something about the field goal. You always be all time in my book. My friend my first show. And that's when you.

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12 defendants plead not guilty in college admissions bribery scam

Investor's Edge

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

12 defendants plead not guilty in college admissions bribery scam

"A dozen alleged participants in the biggest college admissions bribery case pled not guilty in a Boston federal court on Monday, fifty people including actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Lachlan have been indicted. They're both doing a Los Angeles court on April third.

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New Zealand PM: Cabinet to meet Monday to discuss changing gun laws

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

New Zealand PM: Cabinet to meet Monday to discuss changing gun laws

"Barbara Kusak. New Zealand Prime Minister, just send our Dern promised change awaits in the wake of the terrorist attack on two mosques. We cannot be deterred from the work that we need to do on our gun laws in New Zealand. They need to change regardless of activity may or may not have happened with gun retailers. They will change our Dern cetera cabinet will discuss the policy. Details on Monday. Fifty people were killed in Friday's mass shootings as the toll rose as another body was discovered in one of

New Zealand Dern Prime Minister Barbara Kusak
New Zealand, Prime Minister And Dern discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

New Zealand, Prime Minister And Dern discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

"Kusak. New Zealand, Prime Minister descended are Dern promise. Change awaits in the wake of the terrorist attack on two mosques. We cannot be deterred from the work that we need to do on gun laws in New Zealand. They need to change regardless of activity may or may not have happened with gun retailers. They will change our cabinet will discuss the policy. Details on Monday, fifty people were killed in Friday's mass shootings as the toll rose as another body was discovered in one of the

New Zealand Prime Minister Dern