35 Burst results for "More Than A Decade"
Davos climate focus: Can 'going green' mean oil and gas?
"Government and corporate leaders at the World Economic Forum are debating whether oil and gas companies can or should be part of the future transition to renewable energies such as wind and solar The questions both practical and urgent as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced many countries that have depended on Russian oil and gas to make swift changes to energy supplies many energy experts argue that viable alternatives are already in place for example the costs of wind and solar have come down considerably in recent decades while efficiencies of both have dramatically increased at the same time other less mature technologies have promised but need massive investment to develop I'm Charles De
Does Hard Work for a Given Community Pay Off in the End?
"How much does reality matter? Because you look at the four years of my old boss in The White House, president Trump, after if you look at lowest unemployment for blacks and Hispanics since record keeping began, you look at the first step act, the first serious prison Reform Act in years, if not decades, which should give him some credit with this population, but it seems nugatory. Yes, he got more votes, but does hard work for a given community actually pay off the dividends of popularity two or four years later. I would say absolutely, yes. Because failing to do that means you're guaranteed to not ever get any of those votes. You can't get votes from people if you don't show up and talk to them. I'll say this, even what you mentioned with president Trump, all right? If you all were consulting me three or four years ago. It's fine, you didn't. But if you were. Here's what I would say. As somebody who's lived in and around cities, my entire life, I would be more interested in hearing the Trump campaign tout the efforts of operation legend than the first step act. Okay, explain that. So I'm sure as you know in many of your listeners know, operation legend was a joint federal initiative, FBI, DoJ, ATF, that I believe it was a 9 cities, including Chicago, and I believe St. Louis and a number of other cities where, I mean, they were having issues with crime within the cities. It was named after legend, who I think was shot, not intentionally, but was the victim of a drive by shooting. And the purpose of it was to get guns off the street to get violent criminal suspects off the street. And I think over the course of 5, 6 months, there were over 450 homicide arrests. A number of arrests for illegal guns and those types of things that really impact communities on a granular level.
Why Are Sexual Assault Allegations Coming Out Against Elon Musk Now?
"The question from Mark from Alaska is Charlie, you did see the Elon Musk news about the Business Insider report. What do you think? So I don't know the details of the story. It alleges sexual harassment by Elon Musk. But we know why this is happening. Let me ask you a question. If Elon Musk had announced that he was going to donate a $1 billion over the next decade to the Democrat party. Do you think that there would be a Business Insider piece against him? If Elon Musk came out and said that he was going to put all of his profits for transgender puberty blocker surgery. Do you think that he would be attacked? If Elon Musk came out and said, I'm not going to buy Twitter. I'm forget that. And said that instead he is going to try to invest money in diverse and black and LGBTQ creators. Do you think that there would be a full court press against him of course not? Elon is learning. Now he's unbelievably smart. He's brilliant. He's a great entrepreneur. But I don't think Elon quite understands how malevolent and how nasty these people are. You see, Elon has been operating in a completely different game. Elon is used to opposition and he's used to a fight. But the fights that Elon have been in have been largely fair fights, but difficult fights, but they've been kind of how the world used to work. Can't make payroll have to take out a second mortgage on your house. You know, really leverage up, go raise outside money, bring Tesla back from the oblivion. Those are tough. Fighting government regulators, those are tough. What Elon has not experienced and what he is now front and center in is a political attack. Political attack is not rational. It's not a fair fight. They'll try to destroy you at every possible opening.
Biden launches Indo-Pacific trade deal, warns over inflation
"As he launches a new trade deal in the indo Pacific President Biden is warning Americans over continuing economic problems at home The president acknowledges the economy does have issues We have problems with the rest of the world has But less consequential than the rest of the world has But it will still take time for Americans to feel relief from decades high inflation This is going to be a haul Still he says the U.S. recession is not inevitable When he does strong economic indicators while announcing a new trade framework with a dozen indo Pacific nations who along with America represent 40% of the world gross domestic product it's aimed at stabilizing global commerce and supply chains though it's still unclear just how the pact will help American workers and businesses Sagar Meghani Washington
Biden: US would intervene with military to defend Taiwan
"Drawing comparisons to Ukraine President Biden says the U.S. would intervene militarily if China were to invade Taiwan President Biden was in a news conference in Tokyo this morning and when a reporter asked him this question are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that Yes It's the strongest statement about Taiwan from a U.S. president in decades The idea that it can be taken by force has taken by force is just not appropriate Dislocate the entire region and be another action similar to what happened in Ukraine China claims the island is a rogue province therefore a ministry expressed strong dissatisfaction in opposition to Biden's statement saying China will take firm action to safeguard its sovereignty and security interests The 1979 Taiwan relations act made it policy for the U.S. to ensure Taiwan has the resources to defend itself but does not require the U.S. to step in I'm Jennifer King
Big Pharma Sees Big Money in Pushing Hormone Blockers
"And the same pharmaceutical companies that pushed forward all these vaccines see a multi-billion dollar annual opportunity in trying to push this hormone blockers and puberty blockers. They're the ones that are pushing this. AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson. They have billions of dollars of drugs in front of the FDA right now in research and development phase one phase two phase three trials that they want to try to push to 5.6 and 70 year olds that might have transition regret. There has not been a gold rush in the pharmaceutical industry like this in decades. All they have to do is get more kids to want to think that they are what they're not, and they start to print more
Australian prime minister concedes election defeat
"Australia's center left opposition party has toppled the ruling Conservative Party after almost a decade in power I am humbled by this victory And I'm honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of Australia These are the words of new Australian prime minister Anthony albanese his victory speech also included promises of sharper reductions in greenhouse gas emissions while he faces an early foreign policy test outgoing prime minister Scott Morrison said he accepted the will of the Australian people In Australians and their judgment and I've always been prepared to accept their verdict and tonight they had delivered their verdict and I congratulate Anthony Aberdeen in the Labor Party and I wish him and his government all the very best I'm Karen Chammas
Why Are More Than 90% of American Children in Public Schools?
"I've got to ask one naive question at the beginning. So I've been an educator for far too long, but at the advanced level, so I taught in a private college and then I taught in the Defense Department for almost a decade. What I don't understand is why are more than 90% of all students in America in public schools, because this is the richest nation in the world until recently, we're based upon free markets and choice, my expectation as an immigrant coming to this country. I thought, well, well, if people want good education, why isn't there a market there to provide it? It's what 6, 7% of private schools? Yes, very low. It's about 6 or 7, 8% of kids. And private schools was because if you want to exercise that exit option to attend a school that you're not residentially assigned to, you essentially have to pay twice. Just talk about explain that. So essentially, we're already paying over $15,000 per child per year through the tax system towards these government run schools that are quote unquote free, but we've poured more and more resources into the system year and year after year since 1960, the U.S. education system has poured about an increase of about 287% after adjusting for inflation in per people education spending in the government run school system and outcomes have been flat. Is there a number for the average student? How much you pay in America? The most recent data, which is before the pandemic, which is a whole nother story, was already about 15 to $16,000. It's obviously higher in some states over the other, but average private school tuition nationwide is only about ten or 11,000 or 12,000 paying more as a taxpayer for substandard product quote unquote, which you really have no control over because you're locked in via zip code.
Daniel Horowitz on Biden's Warning of an Even Bigger Looming Pandemic
"Right now is an incredibly wise and great patriot, someone who has been speaking out against COVID tyranny, and has also been unafraid to go into the weeds and do research whether it's Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and really waging a very effective war against Remdesivir, and he's been one of the most articulate and effective writers in the last couple of years, and he's been keeping keeping the bad guys on defense, which is just terrific. It's Daniel Horowitz, who has a new article out all about this topic we're talking about Daniel Horowitz says, quote, states must preemptively nullify any WHO international pandemic regulations. Daniel, welcome back to the program. Tell us what is the WHO poised to do, separate fact from fiction and how should we respond? Sure, you can't view this in a vacuum. Let's first of all, you have to look at the broader context that the Biden administration just conducted this global COVID summit where they essentially warned there's going to be an even bigger pandemic that is even more deadly and it's going to happen in the fall and the winter. It's kind of interesting. They seem to always know that. You know, when it's going to happen, so I would take them at face value, I ignored it last decade and never paid attention to this, but now I think we should take them seriously. So the broader point is that the impression that Republicans are trying to give you. And when I say Republicans, I mean the Mitch mcconnells, I mean, a lot of governors and state legislative leaders when I had friends of mine and state legislators, they're like, dude, we got to immunize ourselves against this to make sure it doesn't happen again. Let's utilize the time we live in when all these non pharmaceutical interventions so to speak have become so unpopular and let's make sure we currently ban it in law and state constitutions. And they're like, no, we're done with COVID. Let's move on. They don't want to talk about it. But we're not done with it. We're not done with the biomedical state because Charlie, this wasn't some once in a hundred year natural virus that happened to come and now it's over with. So maybe they responded inappropriately or even in an evil way, but it's over with. No, they induced it. They created it, and they're on to the next thing. And they've already groomed dare I say our generation to automatically acculturate themselves to this sort of reaction. So
How Alabama's Mike Rogers Made His Way to Congress
"Folks, I want you to welcome to the Doug Collins podcast, Mike Rogers, from Alabama Mike's good to see you, buddy. Thank you, Doug. We miss you, man. Well, I miss being there. A lot of late night Sessions and discussions and everything as we go. One of the things that I always like to talk about when we get started on the podcast is and from a perspective, everybody seems to know us, even if it's back in our districts and states, they know us from things like this. They see us on TV, they see us on, or hear us on radio, they do that. They don't really know like sort of how we got to where we are. So I want to use this moment before we get into the deeper stuff in Washington. Talk a little bit about how you got to Congress, sort of your background, why you wanted to do this in the first place. Well, I started young. I knew from as an adolescent and I wanted to be in Congress and I started to prepare myself for a career in public service. I. Prepared for law. I tell people that law is my vocation, politics is my career. But I prepared for a career in politics by getting an undergraduate degree in political science and master's degree in public administration in all degree. And then at 28, ran for the state for the county commission in my home county was the youngest person ever elected in the first Republican. Like a lot in the south, you know it is. There was the south is very conservative, but it was always historically Democrat until the last three decades. Ronald Reagan had a lot to do with change in that and in Barack Obama kind of kept it off. But many events, then I went from the county commission to the state legislature, was there a two terms served as minority leader in 2008, I ran for the 2002 I ran for the House. I've been here ever since.
How Democrats Have Historically Talked About Abortion
"When Sonny says that the left was more radical right She said they moved more to the center now folks And liberals you have a hard time with this I know conservatives are getting it but the libs listing are like I don't get it man Of course you know So this is leftist decades ago Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton and others Here is their position on abortion when sunny is saying they were more left because they're actually more centered now Here check this out Reduce the number of abortions in this country I want to reduce them and I think they should be rare No funds could go to an organization that in the course of family planning advocate promote or perform abortions I agree with him With respect to partial birth abortion I am completely supported of a ban on late term abortions partial birth or otherwise We can support a woman's right to choose that makes abortion safe legal and rare Okay Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton and other prominent Democrats arguing back in the day that abortion should be safe legal and rare Now the rare part again just by the common usage of the language you would assume if you were a smart person right You would assume that they meant rare because abortion is the end of a human life and they wanted to appear up here because they're not but they wanted to appear to be sensitive to that fact and probably still wanted to get some votes from the faith based audience out there in the United States for their political content right So now that was M decades ago they're claiming now people like sunny hostin and others like they've moved more to the center on the issue They have so they moved to making it safer legal And rarer Well to make it safe legal and even rarer you probably wouldn't want to be arguing if you wanted to make it rare for abortions up until the baby is actually born and exits the birth
Sunny Hostin: Democrats Moved Centered; Republicans Moved to Extremism
"So this is what sunny said Again I want to play this again She's an obvious leftist I had some conversations with our back in the day when I was doing some commentary at CNN and she used to portray herself as kind of like a mainstream Democrat She's really now like most of them because Trump broke all of them A radical leftist And he or she makes the ridiculous point that it's Democrats that have moved more towards the center and Republicans should become more radical Now keep in mind she has zero evidence facts or data to back this up unlike us we've got a whole bunch of it She has zero evidence to back that up because conservatives have not moved We believe in economic freedom school choice regulatory reform pro life pro Second Amendment pro Bill of rights pro constitution pro public safety Law & Order and national security None of that has changed None of it So how we've moved is impossible given that we haven't moved It's the same positions we've held for decade But here's sunny hostin say and you're all crazy and the left are now the party of the centered centrists Check this out They are playing to the base I mean if you look at all the studies the Republican Party has moved further to the right than Democrats have to the left There's a Pew Research Center analysis that finds it on average Democrats and Republicans are farther apart ideologically today than at any time in the past 50 years and that ideological divide breaks down to the Republican Party being an extremist party and the Democratic Party actually as you just mentioned Sarah moving more to the center That's a good one there Sonny
China Strapped With Economic Distress
"Financial Times reports this morning that international investors are selling Chinese debt at a record pace. They also report in the telegraph that the Chinese housing market has for the first time in decades gone backwards that they're not able to interest the average Chinese consumer in a small lot purchase in one of the minor cities, which is the canary in the coal mine there. Are we dealing with a potentially catastrophic economic situation in China, Bill haggerty, because that won't stay in China? China, China has got some major problems. I think part of it goes to the demographic situation there. You know they've got just this massive demographic hole because of their one child policy. And they've got an aging population at birth rate that's below replacement rate right now. And they're going to have a very difficult time maintaining support for the elderly population as it moves forward. You sort of you begin to see that manifest itself in the housing market. But I think it's the other reasons for this too. China is certainly going to this zero COVID policy because they have not vaccinated the mobile vulnerable people in their own population. That's caused massive shutdowns massive economic dislocation. That's very hard to recover from. And their way to recover from it in China is to make more infrastructure investment. Well, many of the Chinese infrastructure investments might be good ego projects for Chinese leadership, but they don't have a real economic value. So I think it's a misallocation of resources within the country. It's demographic problems. It's their reaction to the COVID pandemic, which had things been different in Wuhan, maybe not spread it. We might be in a very different place right now. So China is dealing with it in all fronts.
Elon Musk Says He Plans to Vote Republican
"So Elon is getting pressure from every possible direction. Elon is getting pressure from the security exchange commission. The Department of Justice has launched investigations into Elon. Again, Twitter is that central to what the regime wants to do over the next couple of years and decades. They are not going to let this go without a massive fight. So Elon is now asking the question, how many fake accounts actually are there on Twitter? How many people are actually legitimate and how many are illegitimate? Well, Elon is saying all the wrong things if he actually wants to take over Twitter easily. But he's saying all the right things for what we as conservatives and freedom lovers actually want to hear. Here's one. Elon Musk and cut 37 says he plans to vote Republican for the first time ever. Again, the fact that the world's richest man is now saying he's becoming a right winger. That shows you what the how radical the left has become. You have turned someone who was kind of a, he was an ACLU donating, Met Gala attending solar panel proselytizing electric car creating, like let's go to Mars and we'll create kumbaya liberal to a guy that's now basically like I'm buying guns. Only the left could pull that off. Play cut 37. You know, the reality is that Twitter at this point has a very far left bias. And I would trust myself as a moderate. And neither the Republican nor Democrat. And in fact, I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats historically overwhelmingly. I'm not sure I might never have voted for Republican just to be clear. Right. Now this election, I will. And this election, I
Elon Musk Takes the Red Pill
"So I want to dive into a couple stories here. The first is kind of what is the latest Elon Musk and then I want to get into BLM. So as many of you know, Elon has plans to buy Twitter, but all of those kind of plans are now being put on hold. There's a lot of drama in world Elon right now. And more ways than one. And you could go back and we predicted it. We were one of the only shows that said this, we said the empire is going to strike back. They're not just going to hand over the keys to Twitter just because the world's richest man wants it. For $54 and 20 cents a share, just censorship is central to their plans. If they are not able to censor speech, how are they ever able to have to be able to manipulate elections or be able to intervene against the wishes of voters? So the fact that Twitter was going to change hands, they didn't like that at all. They haven't liked that throughout this entire process. And the empire is striking back in a variety of different ways. The first of which is Elon is now pushing back against the sale altogether. And it's kind of hinging on this idea of how many bots does Twitter have. Now, as someone who has been using Twitter for well over a decade, that's right. My first Twitter account was start at my Twitter account was started in 2011. I was like one of the first Twitter accounts. It was pretty early on. I remember exactly where I was, where I was sitting. I was in high school and I remember someone came in and they said, have you guys heard of this new thing called Twitter? It was like, no. And so I didn't even know what it was. I thought it was a blog. So if you go back to my old old tweets, it's just like kind of random thoughts, which I kind of actually is what Twitter ended up being, believe it or not. And in fact, I have one of the great tweets. You could go back and you could see it back in 2011. I
Naomi Wolf on Living in a Time Where Virtue Is Out of Fashion
"Naomi, look, you and I were in college at a time where I feel like even the concept of virtue was already out of fashion. It was mocked, honor. These things were already being locked in the culturally elite circles where we went, that that's for rubes. That's for people in flyover country to talk about patriotism, or love of country, love of truth. What is truth? That's been percolating for many decades. And this is the fruit. Yeah. You really opened my eyes to that in our early conversation, the you're right. And I do think that the CCP has had a profound impact on college campuses. There's Institutes called Confucius Institutes that were opened across the country. I'm sure you've spoken about that before. And I see the impact on our curriculum and it's making me rethink everything, like feminism, feminism should be about embracing women's role in every aspect of our lives, including maternity and family. And in the west, it's been distilled down to just abortion, right? Well, that's kind of a satanic and Marxist way to look at this complex issue of how women can be free. And there's so many examples. You know, you and I talked about deconstruction and how it strips poetry of meaning and it strips literature of meaning and its trips these are culture of dimensional meaning, human meaning. Will this escalate it and I really tease this out in the bodies of others where I look at what got targeted culturally and what got targeted in terms of faith, culture makes us strong in cultures where the western values of the lessons about morality and honor and meaning get transmitted. Well, culture got targeted. You know, you could go to a liquor store, you could go to a pot store in some states, you couldn't go to the theater, you couldn't go to hear a concert, you know, you couldn't hear Mozart in a group of human
The Left Doesn't Debate, They Smear
"Terrible shooting of this why this kid of blacks you killed two whites too, by the way, you have people he aimed wrong because and of course the old the whole left, the chorus of the left is. It's Fox News fault. But they do that no matter what. When capy Gifford was a shot of a congresswoman and people were killed in two sons, remember that. The New York Times Paul krugman, a very sick puppy in my opinion. An angry sick puppy. Been rhyming for them for decades. Still writes for them, said that Republicans were responsible for that killing. No matter what happens with the Republicans who responsible. Smearing us is the art form. They don't debate us, I've invited these people on all of my life. They never come on. I would go on their show, only Brett Stephens has, because Brett Stevens, while we differed on Trump, we agree on most everything else, but he debated me on Trump on The New York Times video site. Facebook page. But none of the leftist would. They don't debate anybody. I don't blame them.
Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'
"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the
"more than decade" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's telling us really about how much more emissions if they do occur. Uh, is going to result in how much more common dioxide in the atmosphere Sure. And so there's energy coming in the form of sunlight every day. Some energy is going back out bouncing off the earth and that human activity burning fossil fuels has disrupted that energy balance or energy budget. How are clouds changing due to global warming? And how does that amplifying human caused warming Because clouds are a big part of this new report. Absolutely clouds. Clouds are have been one of the biggest uncertainties. Uh because of theological gaps. Uh, lack of observations. Um, and changes in clouds is kind of the most important aspect of your chasing, um, that are not different kinds of clouds that are low clouds tend to be mostly water. Then there are high cloud, which tend to be mostly ice. And then there's in between clouds, which are mixed phrase. Historically, in the in the modeling part of the story. The low clouds have been very important in terms of Determining whether clouds are going to be positive feedback on a negative feedback on the warming caused by Co two. And other gases. And we have been wrestling with that for not quite a few years. I mean, more than decade about what is it all of the low clouds? And now for the first time, the observations the, uh other constraints in terms of processes. Um, And then the political understanding has improved such that, Uh, the assessment actually is assistant er, six actually concludes now that the sign of the low cloud feedback is likely positive. What does that mean? Likely positive. The sign is likely positive so that could that make me feel better or feel worse about what's happening? It.
"more than decade" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Most attention is Northern Ireland. Biden has expressed concerns about Johnson's handling of Brexit and particularly the political and economic impacts for Northern Ireland. The conversation has serious implications. Buying has warned the issue could have an impact on a future trade deal with the UK NPR's Frank Ordonez in Cornwall later today, President Biden is expected to announce that the US has purchased 500 million doses of fighters covid 19 vaccines. The Biden administration tends to donate them to poor countries. These will be managed by the World Health Organization's group called Kovacs that is the instrument created to distribute covid inoculations too much of the world. The U. S vaccine donation will be the largest ever by a single country. This morning, we will get the latest reading on inflation. For the month of May, NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Prices have been climbing rapidly as the U. S economy bounces back from the pandemic. Some of the recent price bikes are really just to return to normal after a sharp drop in prices early in the pandemic, But many businesses are feeling pressure to raise prices in the face of strong demand and short supply. Including the supply of workers, the burrito chain Chipotle announced this week. It's raising menu prices by about 4% to help cover the cost of boosting wages to around $15 an hour. Both the Federal Reserve and the Bite administration say higher inflation is likely to be temporary, With smaller price hikes returning next year After many years of low inflation, the feds in no hurry to slam the brakes on the recovery by raising interest rates. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington The corporation that is behind the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline is officially terminating this project, NPR's Jeff Brady reports. The decision ends a more than decade long battle over whether the pipeline from Canada to the United States should actually be constructed. The Keystone XL was controversial in part because of the oil it would have.
"more than decade" Discussed on The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast
"Of this issue needs to end. I also to female friends who have experienced violence as well while i'm not going to tell their stories the struggle for more than decade just for being women just for having lady curves just for having ovaries a uterus and of jain. They did nothing wrong into them. I feel special and loved by god when they struggle hard to even see it for themselves on top of that. I used to think that women need to be modest when they dress up. I stop thinking like that when i hear a woman. Say you know. Men can't help but lost girl needs to cover up because the men in church gonna go after. I have to admit that. I make assumptions like that about her husband. Stay with me here. This might get a bit bumpy. I'm seeing what i'm saying because i'm worried about so many women right now. The church you see. Some women can't believe that all men lost if the men they know the closest either don't lust or they have control over their desires. Women who are in marriages two good men who do not struggle with lusting after young girls usually don't see things like that girl needs to put on more layers. She is tempting me out of my marriage. I know a lot of good husbands in single guys and i can vouch for their character. Because i know that they want to protect a thirteen year old girl in youth group who may be dressed and reviewing a little too much stressed scandalously and you know refused to get new shorts and yet when some people post about men fraying on young girls pure many women blame a girl because the cleavages showing the skirt is too short or that she eats too much and the curves and the stumbling blocks are two round snout raymond. I remember one of my good guy friends. He wants posted yet. Hashtag me to all the half naked girls in the super bowl commercials. Well done. y'all done to you too. Man you've just gas. Let all the women in one of the biggest human trafficking industries ever. You essentially told every girl didn't want to dance in the super bowl. That is their fault. They didn't cover themselves up. You said it's their fault Horny you said it's their fault. Mint tricked and kidnapped them. You said it's their fall that they're just half naked in the first place. Screw you seriously ladies. If you're part of a group thirteen year old girls are super bowl. Girls are taken advantage of by men who prey on them. You need to leave and fight to get the victimized women. They're friends of yours out of that situation. In fact all the woman out of that situation. That's not a safe place if you have a daughter a sister or friend in those kinds of situations. There's something really wrong if you believe that. Men can't control their urges and it's a woman's fault for their irresponsibility. There are good men who can control themselves. I'm a sexual if the menu no have mentioned your whole life. That boys will be boys if they tell you that all men are visual and automatically lost and women have to do it. It takes not to be stumbling blocks ladies. The problem in the issue is not you. It's us the men men in this situation. Get away with lusting in sleep with whoever they want. Even if the girl is years old saw patriarch in politics and many many churches pushed this idea over and over. They saved women. All men lust. They blame you ladies for sinning just because of what you look like. This is why rachel held evidence. Keeps calling her curves stumbling blocks. Were supposed to believe not like me at all. So if i keep seeing men can't help it or boys will be boys to beautiful ladies will be inclined to believe what i believe in live in fear and guess what evangelical books pushed the lies while in these books. Captivating walden hard there are no men in control or a sexual or even. Lgbt men who remains celebrate trying to see god the truth is all men. don't lust is not inevitable. Less does not every man's battle stop saying that if a man knows a girl is thirteen it is actually very easy for most men not to go after her or even touch her because they know what happens when they do i know is easier to make a teenage girl escape than to admit to men in churches that there's a problem whereas jesus in all this. What would jesus be saying. Ladies if you're married to someone. Ms uncomfortable flirting or sleeping around is being excused. Get help call the police talk to your friend. Is the men constantly make a woman or little girl uncomfortable or let other kinds of lusts slide or try to ski Women because of how they dress or look around men. That's a red flag that no one is safe. No one is secure in that spirit filled community. No one's even accepted there truly. We all need to know the truth. Jesus values in loves women. Any doesn't want them treated like dirt. It doesn't matter what size they are. It doesn't matter how they're dressed. It doesn't matter how much makeup they have. None of that matters. Jesus would never ever excuse anyone from abusing his image guys. Feel me on this awesome. God bless you. Don't forget to add value to somebody today and share this video with someone who needs encouragement. Specially on the winning side.
"more than decade" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Neglecting the rest of the region for do I mean by that, Firstly, in terms of China, I think UPS enjoyed First mover advantage when we were awarded the first QB license on then also the Securities Partnership, which is now becoming UPS securities. S O does have bean working more than decades long. We will continue to be very focused, focusing on the long term beneficial on but also the opening up. Off China, which is not going to be reversed. So China whether it is for us in the market side, all for the banking side. I think 2021 would be a promising fact. Putting that aside. I think for the rest of the region, okay. Uh, no. Southeast Asia will probably recover from covert at some point. Middle of the road on Ben Australia is an important market for us on so it's Japan s so I think there will be different forms off recovery. But fundamentally, I think 2021 will prove to be more optimistic than 2020. Thank you, David. How far along are you and your team with conversations with your partners that you share Ownership with around the China securities business in terms of taking an increased eight or full ownership of that business. We are constantly monitoring the situation on bond have had dialogue without partners right now. I can only say that You know, we welcome the opening stance.
"more than decade" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"But on the other hand Getting rid of the affordable care act has historically been an electoral rallying point for the Republican base. Exactly, But But that's also been first years Now. I mean, you know, more than a decade, it was passed in. Like what? 2009 so more than decade, Republicans have been rallying around that cry, and I'm just not sure that you can the potency of the message loses it. It's a fact over time. Well, I don't Maybe maybe not to the base, though. What happened is that the law was passed in 2010. What happened in in 2000? 16 is the Republicans won all three branches and said, Oh, crap. Now we actually have to do something. We can't just campaign honest anymore and so and that they still don't have a replacement part. That's it. But that's what I'm saying. With Corona virus, good people losing their jobs, preexisting conditions, coverage and protection is not going away. Trump has said that he said, You know, we'll have great health care. I'm and and the reason I maybe, um, optimistic is because I watched this guy operate for 3.5 years. And a lot of times when he says something and does something right away or the at first you scratch your head going. What in the world? Is this guy doing? And then? Three months later, six months later, it all works in his advantage, like, Wow, this guy's super genius when it comes to this stuff, and so I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt here that while right now in June, it looks like this could be a fireball for him in the election. I'm going to give him the benefit of doubt that says he may have a 23 steps strategy that he's working here. Well, it's going to be a slog in the election in November, but every voter is going to have to ask themselves. Am I better off than I was four years ago? And we'll see by the results of Ah, the results of the election after the votes have been tallied. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle. Stay tuned to 93. W Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you..
"more than decade" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There are a lot of opportunities and secure act the recently passed law part of the government's twenty twenty spending packages for the most significant legislation to change retirement saving systems and more than decade under the new rules this stretch is all but gone previously account holders could bequeath irae assets to children and grand children which allowed them to take distributions of their lifetimes but now beneficiaries who are not exempt must take payouts within ten years this is called the ten year force out I had a a question from a listener alone last week show who had a question and I'm going to he was just at two things confuse me you were talking about the new stretch rules and taking the whole amount in year ten but could have sworn he said Roth in your example I thought the Roth was totally exempt from taxes so why would that matter less for compounding because the Roth has to be spent within ten years after the Dimock's so if you've already paid the tax on the wrong thing you're sixty need diet ninety and you live for ten years you wait until the tenth year to pull the money out of the Ross you get nine to ten years of tax free compounded if you have an Iranian you don't ever off you may want to take it out in increments over one tenth so give a million dollars in a Roth you let that grow over ten years if you have a million dollars in an IRA traditional IRA you might spend a hundred grand your pay the tax now also get a lot of people who are not cognizant in what this ten year force out means are getting confused by it call us at eight eight eight nine today Josh we cannot be basically if you leave your money to your kids and it's irae they're giving it slammed with higher taxes why because you never pay tax on that money and under the old rules they could just stretch the distributions out over their lifetime still pay tax on it but they we get to spread the tax bill a little bit in this circumstance they have to have it all out by the end of your ten second question from a listener friend as you mentioned restrictions within a twelve month period of doing more than one roll over now if I roll over profit sharing money to an IRA does that mean if I'm form K. and I think a role in that somewhere I can't because of the timing of the roll over well the way rollovers work is when I say roll over it means you had an IRA and you get a check cut to you Hey you do want to seek the advice of a qualified CPA that we can refer you to the need one but generally as this indicates rollovers on when you get a check from your IRA you your you are only had one of those but you are allowed in a.
"more than decade" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rooms now become rooming houses and are less desirable to be end and it just undergoes sort of the two gradual decline that happens in a lot of places by the nineteen sixties the neighborhood was considered Skid Row but many of its original nineteenth century building still remained and they caught the eye of the young architecture student from UC Berkeley I remember very distinctly it just burned an image into my brain Glenn stork first saw what was then referred to as Victorian row in nearly sixties a few years after graduating he started restoring historic buildings about a decade after that first trip he and a friend decided to buy one of the buildings which were by then detained and condemn we've looked pretty skeptically and thought you know maybe this is something that could be saved and and maybe we ought to just figure out a way to do it so that that's how it started it was the beginning of a more than decade long process to restore not just this building but the entire neighborhood at that time it was a lot easier to destroy a neighborhood that to preserve one this was the heyday of redevelopment urban renewal and it wasn't uncommon for cities and developers to level entire neighborhoods which are often home to communities of color you could go into city hall for about thirty five Bucks get a permit to demolish a building stork partnered with city leaders including the head of the redevelopment agency and the city's first black mayor Lionel Wilson to try and prevent the destruction of what would become old Oakland I think it was seventy five that we find we got something official from the city from the redevelopment agency this led Oakland could use eminent domain to buy the buildings and issue bonds to help pay for the project several existing businesses pushed back so what until the mid eighties that the restoration began in earnest then it was full tilt we were under way on every single building in old Oakland as they were stored more buildings the secure new tenants a bookstore Ethiopian restaurant group and just as they were starting to feel good the ground began shifting beneath their feet well ladies and gentleman we are under going through an earthquake at this very moment earthquake that has been rattling the studio and shaking lights above us for almost a full minute now and I can tell you're in a meeting in the conference table and the building started to.
"more than decade" Discussed on KGO 810
"The United Kingdom and we owe him an enormous British prime minister Theresa may before the house of Commons a short time ago as news breaks that Kim Derek the U. K. ambassador to the U. S. is leaving his post six months ahead of schedule ambassador Derek the object of president trump's anger after official government cables Derek wrote describing him as inept were leaked Max foster's in London with more his role is pretty much untenable because the White House in dealing with them right now so he's decided to do what many would say is the honorable thing resignation offers may a chance to replace Derek before she leaves office at the end of July president trump says he'll give a close look at the way his labor secretary Alex Acosta handled a more than decade old case involving financier Jeffrey abstain Democrats are calling for a constitutional honor be fired for a secret plea deal it light abstain avoid federal prosecution apps the now facing new child sex trafficking charges meteorologist Chad Myers tracking storm system Barry which may become tropical storm Barry along the Gulf coast it's actually come off the coast of Florida into the Gulf of Mexico now so still very disorganized but the hurricane hunter aircraft will be there later today to look for the center where does the center go likely to Louisiana and the models are saying somewhere probably near Lafayette Louisiana it later on this week probably making landfall on Saturday cities from Houston to mobile are on alert with oil rig evacuations beginning in the area serious stage and screen actor turned comic TV and movie actor rip torn has died at the age of eighty eight at home with his family here he is in his Emmy Award winning role as Artie the producer on TV's Larry Sanders show I was doing a Bob Hope special at the time and so screwed up I let it affect my work I hope the summer cry in the middle of the dance rehearsal out of that Michael Toscano you guys can hear from income store do you know of the top ten reasons an employee stays at a company for more than two years the seventh reason is the pay or the salary the first six reasons have nothing to do with money things like they feel part of a team they know they belong their voices heard their respective also employees go through five phases within a couple days to six months of any new position excitement education reality doubt than clarity did you know it's a manager's job to walk them to clarity as fast as possible if you need to know these fundamental principles fundamental could I just say that I'm gonna leave that in if you need to know these fundamental principles I can't say that this is awesome this is.
"more than decade" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Kim Derek the UK ambassador to the U. S. is leaving his post six months ahead of schedule ambassador Derek the object of president trump's anger after official government cables Derek wrote describing him as inept were leaked Max foster's in London with more his role is pretty much untenable because the White House in dealing with them right now so he's decided to do what many would say is the honorable thing the resignation offers may a chance to replace Derek before she leaves office at the end of July president trump says he'll give a close look at the way his labor secretary Alex Acosta handled a more than decade old case involving financier Jeffrey abstain Democrats are calling for a constitutional honor be fired for a secret plea deal it light abstain avoid federal prosecution apps the now facing new child sex trafficking charges meteorologist Chad Myers tracking storm system Barry which may become tropical storm Barry along the Gulf coast it's actually come off the coast of Florida into the Gulf of Mexico now so still very disorganized but the hurricane hunter aircraft will be there later today to look for the center where does the center go likely to Louisiana and the models are saying somewhere probably near Lafayette Louisiana it later on this week probably making landfall on Saturday cities from Houston to mobile are on alert with oil rig evacuations beginning in the area serious stage and screen actor turned comic TV and movie actor rip torn has died at the age of eighty eight at home with his family here he is in his Emmy Award winning role as Artie the producer on TV's Larry Sanders show I was doing a Bob Hope special at the time so screwed up I let it affect my work I hope the summer.
"more than decade" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Dot com today and boy i'll tell you it is an interesting day on wall street in advance of the fed meeting today meeting with the fed reserve mentioning to us something to the tune of are we going to get a rate we are in very much wait and see mode on wall street today and i'll tell you why there's there's two things going on here number one the fed may break a lot of stock market investor hearts tomorrow and the next day that well if doing anything not doing anything yeah the first cut is the deepest says i love that and of course the cut in this case we're referring to is the interest rate cut which by the way it would be the first one how many years do you think oh gosh it's been since we've cut into a cut in interest rates why washington show bob to learn about stuff like this i think it's three years ten ten years yes it's a drone person actually more i more than decade yes and so a forty percent of the of the experts i don't i don't mind enthusiasts i always get worried about expert experts enthusiasts are great guess experts scare me a little bit but according to the experts forty percent expect an easing monetary policy that means right cutting experts are expecting us now what if wall street was still cold wrong about cutting rates yeah that'd be horrible it would be because you've heard the story buy on the rumor sell on the news guys show me a picture of the dow jones which you start ladies and gentlemen the doubt okay do you see that's wacky do you see I want to go too far back, right there. Go back to beginning June. What your cursor there, right there, right there? That's the rumor of a rate cut that's going up. Now, see how we've gone up since then yes, that's buying on the rumor. okay that's fine on the road what's had a reader of the rate cuts started right there when china deal in mexico deal sort of came back in it's going to be you know look at all we better.
"more than decade" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Forgive we'll be forgiven who send you hope found. We'll be held down. In order. Other words, they were given the thirty of the binding loosens of sins. Again, this is rooted in Jesus Christ in the scripture so that gift of being reconciled to God and continue away through the apostles in the successors goes bishops priests. We're going to pause for a moment for a break. But what a blessing to have on wall shear as we talk about divine. Mercy and the gift of diversity Jesus wants the world to know father Brian Nolan for Catholic Baltimore, we'll be right back. News from the archdiocese of Baltimore and around the world from the Catholic review the archdiocese Baltimore published April twenty four an additional twenty three names of priests who had been accused of child sexual abuse after they were deceased all of the allegations had been previously reported to law enforcement and most cases more than decade ago. Twenty-three additional names. Join one hundred three other clergy and religious furthers whose names had already been published by the archdiocese in two thousand to the archdiocese of Baltimore was one of the first in the country to publish names of those credibly accused of child sexual abuse. At that time fifty seven men were named in announcing the publication of the additional names Baltimore Archbishop. William lower said here in the archdiocese of Baltimore. There is absolutely zero tolerance for any Bishop priest lake employees or volunteer credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor or the sexual harassment of adult from the newsroom, Kathy. Review? This is Christopher T. Do you want to know.
"more than decade" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"All I ask. And I don't ask much of the masters is just anyone other than Tiger Woods wins it irritates goods to beat the bastards. He tiger hater absolutely one hundred percent. If you've never wins another tournament. Great. But in specific I never want him to win. Another major quiets down back behind the ball woods. It. Done it. His back. Bigger is back on top. Tiger woods. The two thousand nineteen masters champion of the great comeback stories it up ever sports history. I can't stand the fakery of his fans and the national roars like never before. I can't stand. Why? They celebrate something. They would hate any other person at all waving to the patriots. Smiling. It's soaking in the bobick, and I can't stand why they root for him. He's going to walk back patriots. The families waiting to fish as he walked between the rope. A what these maple four and near the spot where you hugged his dad when he wanted ninety seven hugs his son twenty two years later in but he tiger. I'm happy fifteenth. Major today eighteen. Will enjoy fifteen the fifteenth been a longtime common in a lot has transpired he'll between then. And now and eleven years, you know, so. More than decade without winning major championships. So let's not as well. Fear has come to my waffles. Not for the reason that you. Why's that? It's for that cut that you play is that. Who's the journalists, quote, unquote, Rinaldi running all the I like Rinaldi, but run all gets crazy..
"more than decade" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"County radio station. Not all visitors are friendly. I'm Mary Kay Gaffney. Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A former LAPD officer has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a friend's thirteen year old daughter Keenan collared is expected to be sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to assaulting the girl in her bedroom. While spending the night at another officer's house in Torrance, a change at the top of the California Air National Guard is happening Major General Clegg garrison has been relieved of command and will be replaced by Brigadier General, Gregory Jones, it comes after the LA times detailed allegations whistleblowers at the guards base in Fresno, ROY retaliated against for questioning actions or conduct including an incident in which someone urinated woman guard members boots at least five guard members from the one hundred forty four th wing of filed formal complaints Aaron bender KFI news. Boeing says it's cutting production of its max planes to focus on fixing flight control. Software suspected of causing two deadly crashes. The company says it will reduce production from fifty two to forty two planes a month. Starting later this month Boeing had already suspended deliveries of the planes to airplanes of the deliveries of the planes because the jets were grounded by regulators around the world, Kathy Lee Gifford has her final sip of wine as co host of the today show Lee left the show Friday after more than decade with the network. I thought I'd stay here. And here it is eleven years later Gifford's last show was filled with surprise guests, including John CENA, who hosted a pop quiz approximately. How many glasses of wine have been served on this show in eleven years? Third not throat not embalmed. Okay. We'll say serve and the choices are age twenty five hundred b fifty three hundred ten thousand eight hundred ten thousand it was fifty three hundred Barry Manilow also appeared on the show and giffords. Former co host Regis Philbin made an appearance. On the video never say, never, Adam Sandler..
"more than decade" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Org. The Warren piece report, I'm Amy Goodman. At a mass demonstration Saturday and the first anniversary of the great March of return in Gaza Israeli forces killed four Palestinians, including three teenagers Israeli soldiers, use live ammunition, tear gas and rubber bullets on the protesters. Tens of thousands of Palestinians came out to demand an end to the ongoing siege of Gaza and the right to return. Well for more we go to Ahmedabad our team thima. The Palestinian poet, journalist peace activists who inspired the great March of return and helped organize it as a cry for help the former student of nonviolent resistance wanted the movement to follow the examples of Martin Luther King junior. And my Gandhi our team was frustrated by Israel as more than decade long land sea and air blockade of the Gaza Strip upon which it has waged three wars in the past ten years. I interviewed are recently when he came to New York City after he traveled around the United States talking about the situation. In in Gaza. I asked him about the Palestinian nonviolent movement and the massive weekly protests marches, and some of my friends invited to the Marshall free tuition. A lot of people on Saturday school because it was a screen for live. It was it was expensive. Will will of live in our hearts. In Gaza, actually in really preserved. They live in a really prison. And they are without any of the conditions of human life before the civility five percents. Inside Gaza the refugees that means their origin villages and towns are defense defense. So. So when when tens of thousands of Palestinians should March in the one to say that we we we we give up our return. This is our normal, right? And this right based on the United Nations that is emotion one nine four and from other side the wanted to see they want to see that we want life and nothing life. We are actually here inside Gaza presume, we are dying. We are dying because of the no medicine, no food, no war. No jobs. No factories. Hundreds of tourists were destroyed in the last ten years by. Israeli. So is this the speed? Of the one the one dignified life. The Marshall return is is Kareem. Of life is a knock on doors will win when there is a Pearson inside a prison without food without medicine. Then he hasn't any choice but to nooks adore, but due to try to kids towards the life. This is exactly what the Palestinians in Gaza. They they sit. A will of life is thrown despair. So we continue we want to to to to struggle, and we struggle for life. We struggle for humanity. We struggle for Justice. Explain what this siege is. Does today is very narrow..
"more than decade" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Official figures show that industry across the nineteen country euro-zone endured it's an injured in two thousand eighteen its worst year since the recession after the global financial crisis with a broad-based slowdown across countries and sectors statistics agency Eurostat says industrial output in the single currency block was four point two percent lower in December the year before that's the worst performances November two thousand nine the figure was weighed down by bigger-than-expected month-on-month decline in December output was down zero point nine percent against expectations for zero point four percent fall. Correspondent Jeremy house the supreme court taking up a case involving an Alabama man who developed a way to process undeliverable mail, Mitch hunger pillar thought he had a first class solution to the problem. Now, he's spent more than decade fighting with the US postal service over solution that his Birmingham based company return Mel Inc. Patented news and analysis at townhall dot com. Flights lands with one more passenger added to the list. Here's correspondent Val deore. Fight nineteen fifty four was in route from Luisa ios might international airport in San Juan Puerto Rico to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international in south Florida late Friday when a passenger gave birth to a baby boy medical professionals on the plane as well as the crew helped to deliver the baby the airline says both mom and baby are doing well valley. Your reporting firefighters have rescue the very big cats a mountain lion from a tree outside of a home in the southern California. Desert homeowner called authorities Saturday after spotting the animal near the edge of the San Bernardino mountains, San Bernardino county firefighters found the large mountain lion. Perched on a branch about fifty feet. High state wildlife personnel tranquilize the animal firefighters lowered it to the ground using a rescue harness a biologist evaluated the cougar before.
"more than decade" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Investigators are issuing a plea for new information in a more than decade old shooting death in National City police yesterday renewed their call for information about the killing of sixteen year old rahmael the Lardy who was gunned down in front of his home twelve years ago every word is being offered. The city of Tula vista is welcoming dacas bikes and scooters into town council voted yesterday to start a year long pilot program. It's currently sunny and sixty four degrees at Lindbergh field AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news more. Mark Larson is next. CBS news special report. No, go from Michael Cohen and his scheduled testimony before the house oversight committee on February set of Michael Cohen says he has me asked to postpone his lawyers are encouraging him to delay this hearing because of threats made against him and his family specifically by the president and his most recent personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. CBS's? Paula reed. Every time the president is asked about Michael colon. When he responds to allegations that Michael Cohen out makes publicly he will first of all call Michael Cohen Aligarh. But then he pivots to the family. He's trying to call attention. Specifically the attention of federal law enforcement to Michael Collins family. The democrat controlled committee is investigating hush money payments during the twenty sixteen campaign to silence women who claim to have had sex with Mr. Trump allegedly directed those payments Cohen, a former personal attorney for the president pleaded guilty to lying to congress about his role in business proposals in Russia. CBS news special report, I'm Jim shanavie. When is capitalism? Immoral never is the answer ever at any time. We will rebuke Alexandrio Cossio Cortez's.
"more than decade" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And this is the world we're a co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w h here in Boston. Here's the thing about a giant border wall. It suggests that people on either side are at odds with each other. When in fact, Mexico and the US have been good neighbors for decades, there has been extensive security collaboration for example, especially since the nine eleven terrorist attacks sharing passenger lists of every single aircraft that flies into Mexican airspace can share the no one who was on the terrorist. Watch list is trying to fly into Mexico and then make the trek up to the northern border enhanced intelligence sharing the day-to-day Intel that goes on between both our countries that's former Mexican ambassador to the US Arturo, Sara Khan, he's now in Mexico City. The fact is that there hasn't been since nine eleven to single terrorists who attempted to undermine the security of the US homeland that's crossed the border from Mexico isn't the collaboration continuing or has that all. Fallen by the wayside under Trump despite the Mexico bashing and the use of Mexico is a political electoral being out there by President Trump. I think the government agencies on both sides of the border understand how important it says the collaboration corporations that we set in motion more than decade ago, which was deepened during the Bush, and the Obama administration's has continued now the challenges, obviously is that the more Mexico bashing that goes on it could have a detrimental effect on the appetite and the willingness of a new Mexican government to continue to build upon that type of strategic engagement that we've been developing for more than twenty years with United States, and in particular after terrorist attacks of nine eleven so you're saying there is a risk of the collaboration kind of getting frittered away. If Trump goes on with Mexico bashing at some point, incoming Mexican government officials may say enough is enough. My concern here is that as we go into year two of. This mexico. Bashing the characterization of a national security crises on the border the lies that were spewed by the White House press secretary over the weekend saying that four thousand charissa Dina handed across the border from Mexico in two thousand eighteen which is being absolutely debunked by everyone as of today, these things could create I wouldn't say ill will. But a lessening of appetite of a new Mexican ministration, which has just started in the way that it engages and collaborates with United States on very sensitive issues ambassador. What are you hearing from your friends and colleagues in the Mexican diplomatic or are the are the roots of collaboration between Mexico and the US still strong. Oh, yes. They are and former Mexican officials Kurt Mexican officials and Trump administration officials have been doing yeoman's work to try and ensure wheels don't fall off the relationship despite Trump's Karadzic against Mexico. When it comes to the US Mexico border. Give us a reality check here. Because some people argue that the US Canadian border has been a more of a security risk in recent years, then the southern border at least in terms of attempted crossings by people on the terrorist screening database is that fair the focus of the debate in the United States has been on the Mexico US border, whether it's racially driven. Whether it's because it's easier to hit upon your neighbor to the south to the north. I would joke medical when Gary doer Gary Moore's decayed in the US when I was in Boston for six years. And when he and I were on the road lobbying to include Mexico and Canada in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the TPP I would joke that you. And I had one thing in common that we both live next to now. But that it was much better to be on top of the elephant beneath..