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"national news" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | Last month

"national news" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Course. No one really knows where any judge is going to come out every day. And maybe we should remind ourselves calling someone a conservative jurist doesn't mean they will always vote a certain way. That's right. And the modern legal conservative movement is little different from conservative politics because the conservative legal movement is really mostly about having a more restrained Roll for judges that they ought to read the Constitution modestly with humility, not reading their own preferences into it on that generally means leaving legislatures and the Congress to make most A democratic choice is rather than having the court be like a super Legislature. Stanford law professor Michael McConnell, Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. Candidates and pollsters across the country trying to figure out what voters were thinking with an election like no other mere weeks away. Today we begin a series of conversations with their member station reporters about What voters in the region are telling them. Colorado Public radio's bent to Berglund has been hearing from a diverse group of voters there and joins us now, Bente. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. Course, the national News. Lot of it's been on President Trump's pushed to confirm a new Supreme Court justice. Is this an important issue for voters in Colorado? It was not top of mind among the voters I talked to this week. I did go to a rally on Monday, where Democratic activists were calling on Republican Senator Cory Gardner. To block the president's Supreme Court nominee, which, of course the senator has sense that he would not dio. But other than that No one I spoke to said this issue was driving them or would make any difference at all in terms of how they vote. I called up one Republican voter ID recently spoken to on the phone. Her name's Amy Carlson, and she said the Supreme Court was already a reason for her support of President Trump. She's also expecting the nomination fight to be similar to what happened with Brett Kavanaugh, very contentious, with beaten to death by, although hearings and everything, I just don't think it hasn't changed anything for me. Let me ask you about the profile of the candidates themselves with voters. Do they have strong opinions on Donald Trump and or Joe Biden? Yes And no. There's an overwhelming feeling of dejected nous. Not believing in the system, not trusting is going to make their lives better. Most people had very strong opinions about the president. But for those who don't like him, no one told me they were excited about Joe Biden either. I spoke to Mark Kaplan and he's a Democrat. He owns a home restoration company, he said. He's concerned about the economy and he's had to lay off over 90% of his 25 employees politics and it is what it is they have. They're kind of a way of misleading their own parties. I'm not going to vote this year. And I asked him Why is this the first time you want to vote the first time? I'm kind of like, I don't think my vote's going to matter and away. I really don't think that so this hardship in sense of hopelessness seemed really central to the people. I happened to talk to Dora and Turner was laid off from her job when Kobe 19 hit She's 25. She's talking about why she doesn't support President Trump. Do I really think Trump cares about anyone? Do I think anybody in this race cares? I don't because if they did it be a different situation. People would not have lost their homes. People would not have lost their jobs. Minority.

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The History Of Soul Train

Black History in Two Minutes

02:38 min | Last month

The History Of Soul Train

"Billed as the hippest trip in America soul trained was an undeniable cultural phenomenon. Soul. Train was conceived of as a black American bandstand by a man named Don Cornelius a Chicago Radio reporter and the DJ. Hosted by Cornelius the show launched in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. Initially airing. Only. In, CHICAGO. It was a low budget black and white TV show. But Seemingly Became a cultural phenomenon? And soon, it's what the nation. Hey they. Up to the mind. going. For. Those rain. Cornelius had this vision of bringing black popular culture music and dance to the Stream, and it's not just African Americans who were tuning in clearly you have young black folks who are on. TV being being into the homes of white. Americans across the country. This coming off the heels of the civil rights movement and is the first time that you're seeing. Young black teenagers really not mired in the way that they've been preceded national news. Soul train came appointment viewing. Show wasn't just about sings of their songs. It was as much about the dancers. Dance is that they were introducing two teenagers around the country. Veto regionalized. M made it national suddenly their dance became everyone's days. We're trying to emulate everything that we see. Soul train has the distinction of being one of the longest running programs in the history of American television. Showcasing, black music and culture to Americans of every race. You've always had in various ways, black popular culture being mainstream but for so long it was being mainstreamed with white voices and white vases. So to have then culture on display that way was. Revolutionary. Soul train brought. It's devoted audience love he's soul. The Mantra Don Cornelius. Passionately other. At the end of every episode an Don. Joining. Reason. We would love.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | Last month

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"National News with Amy Morris. All right. Thank you. Bonnie, A critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, now in a coma in a Berlin hospital, was poisoned with a nerve agent of the Nova shock family. A German government spokesman says blood samples produced unequivocal evidence that election Albany had been poisoned. Germany says it will inform the you and NATO of their findings and the Russian ambassador has been summoned. The upcoming Labor Day holiday could mean another spike in Corona virus cases in the US, Dr Anthony fell Ji, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at night. Tells NBC's today show that we've seen this before. When you have a holiday like Labor Day we have seen after the Fourth of July we saw after Memorial Day a surge in cases where a mass Keep social distancing Avoid crowds. You can avoid those kind of surges. She also says college students should stay on campus when they are sick or have been exposed because sending them back home would only help spread the virus. And medical experts at the National Institutes of Health say there just isn't enough evidence to recommend for or against the use of plasma therapy for covert 19 patients. The analysis undercuts the emergency authorization that was issued just a week ago by the Food and Drug Administration. The advisers say the study shows there is no difference in seven days survival and should not be considered standard of care. That contradicts claims by FDA Commissioner Stephen Han and President Trump, who had said convalescent plasma could cut Corona.

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Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

Rush Limbaugh

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

"Has been a massive explosion in the centre of Beirut, Lebanon. And the Red Cross is just saying there are hundreds of casualties, including dead and wounded. This is the actual sound. When I say massive explosion I mean actual mushroom cloud size. It blasted windows out miles away. CNN's Ben Wedeman at that networks of bureau, which is not far away building shook. I thought it was an earthquake. It was absolutely massive. Majestic moments later, Windows in our bureau were blown out. Most of them are offices now in shambles, and that's really the case for many, many parts of the The city. We understand that one hospital hotel you has received at least for 100 injuries. Another is reporting more than 60 and that's just too many hospitals in this city. I can still hear lots of sirens outside with much of the city is dark, it seems with the electricity is down in many areas. It's not clear what happened prior to the blast. The reporter for the Los Angeles Times tweeted a picture of a fire in the port area. Clearly something went off and no one is here. At this point What the National news Agency, the official news agency, is reporting that it was a warehouse full of Fireworks at the head of the general security. I said it he will be very basically said it would be nice at this point to whom a blast of this Size and magnitude and destructive power with caused by simply fireworks. So there's no indication at this time what is causing the explosions? But what is clear? Is it incentive city? Into a situation of chaos. CNN's Ben Wedeman on the scene in Beirut, and we'll have more on this. The latest Justus We get

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A California tribe has land to call its own for the first time in more than two centuries

Native America Calling

04:00 min | 3 months ago

A California tribe has land to call its own for the first time in more than two centuries

"This is national news I'm Hughes Infrared Antonio Gonzales. The Navajo nation is laying off hundreds of gaming employees. The Navajo Times reports notices started going out over the weekend for more than nine hundred employees. Another one hundred forty workers will remain through this week. The nation's four casinos have been closed since March. Nearly twelve hundred employees remained on the payroll since that time gaming executive Brian Parish warns last week. Cash reserves are depleted, and the operation would not be able to sustain keeping the workers any longer. The trump administration announced the start of an effort to tackle cases of missing and murdered native people. Department of Interior and justice officials announced the opening of the missing and murdered native Americans, cold-case office in Minnesota's twin cities, it is scheduled to be the first of seven offices dedicated to reviewing some fourteen hundred unresolved native missing persons cases in the country. The efforts stems from President Trump's executive order last year in a written statement assistant secretary of Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney, said cold cases in Indian country will be addressed the determination and the understanding that the victims in these cases will be accorded some measure of dignity and compassion. Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee are exploring a range of options for how to deal with healthcare woes that were plaguing Indian country before the pandemic hit Matt Laszlo has the story from Washington as native communities continued to face high corona virus infection rates, longstanding struggles with healthcare access are being seen under a new light under the current system. Many native American veterans are forced to leave their communities to get treatments. However, during pandemic, leaving tribal communities introduces new risks for Native Veterans Acting Chairman of the national. Indian Health Board is William Smith told lawmakers the marine bursts for travel through the Indian health services aren't workable during a pandemic in Alaska. The behind did converse Indian. Health Service. mitric anchorage to say by Dr Up there they'll pay for transportation. They won't pay very housing because they think it's. My back, but with coq nineteen going on, you can't fly out, so you have to do a drive up three hundred six miles to anchorage and out of pocket you'd have to spend the night. Smith says of the sixteen billion dollars earmarked for veterans and cove relief, only one billion was given to the native health service that's left. Native communities underfunded once again besides veterans, lawmakers are also working on the coverage for urban Indian Health Providers Act. It would make it so. So individual clinics no longer have to use their own funds to purchase liability coverage at could save some clinics up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars annually, which some officials want to go directly to patient Care Robin Sunday Allen is Vice President of the National Council of Urban Indian health. She says tribes need any extra funds they can find now. Insurance has increased fourteen percent over the past five years so becoming increasingly more burdensome for us to carve out that money. Money that we wish could go back to direct patient care. All the coronavirus pandemic brought these health issues in Indian country to the forefront. They're persistent problems. Tribal leaders are hoping we'll finally get a permanent solution for National Native News I'm Matt Lies Low in Washington a California tribe has completed purchase of twelve hundred acres of land for four and a half million dollars. The San Jose Mercury News reports. It's the first land acquisition for the excellent tribe of Monterey. County in. In nearly two hundred fifty years, Esselin chairman Tom Little. Bear Nason told the paper. He is elated by the purchase saying the land is the tribes homeland and the origin of their creation. The mercury news reports tribal leaders expect to use the land to reinvigorate tribal culture conduct, traditional ceremonies, and inform the general public about their culture and history, the tribes, traditional culture and language were nearly wiped out by Spanish missionaries backed by the military starting in the late seventeen hundreds. With national native news I'm Art Hughes.

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"national news" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:58 min | 3 months ago

"national news" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"The FDA is warning consumers and healthcare providers that certain hand sanitizers are labeled to contain ethanol known as ethyl alcohol, but they have tested positive for methanol contamination, which could be toxic upon contact on the skin, or if you ingest it. So. Please read the labels. And make sure that you know your hand. Sanitizer doesn't have these ingredients on them if they're listed Hanson. Yes. We don't know what was good. What ain't good? Damn. Three call toilet paper. We're just living in crazy times right now. Just crazy. Yeah, they call it. Recall and toilet paper producing a certain brand. I can't tell you which one it is, but a lot of severe paper-cuts. Oh. On Your own. Yeah! Yeah, that's where it goes talked. To everybody crazy, yeah! A. Raise. Paper over that won't one. All right and other entertainment news dre Michelle was dragged on social media recently when she joked about meg. The stallion being shot in the foot by Tori lanes, even making the stallion herself tweeted about how wrong area was for making light of the situation. dre Is back tracking an apologizing now. Saying quote, I truly don't glorify domestic violence. I was trying to say just love me deeply, but while trying to be funny I offended many including meg and I'm sorry. So there's. The media? They were. She she's the reality Star and an actress yeah. All right so moving on Hug Carlos here with music news what you got Carla. So guys the versus battle the other night. The doll it was the battle of the dogs dea mix and Snoop Dogg with down. It was so good. I don't know. Everybody was saying it was a tie. That's what everybody says. It was good. Exit. What I really want from. Really Promo road. Yeah. Yeah I do, too. I love the they would just hip hop legends, just having a good time. You know doing all the hits inches battling each other and. You Music Groto who really wants. It was the talk. Is it time I keep? Booth. They will pick up the same amount of hits. Right yeah yeah. His. Ex dose new thoughts new pair Moorehead's. Thousand and I love the mix. You. May Snoop does half more but I'M GONNA. Get snooping crime if you. Know Jay! Once, you've been on trial for murder. That's pretty much. topdog known that. Badly dog. And I got on Ravi I got I got a song battery. I got murder right. Okay, okay. Right the. Kid had it was a tad. Cool yeah, everybody said that. Side. Thank you yeah all right Steve Time for today's headlines Ladies and Gentlemen Miss An. Trish, thank you good morning, everybody. This is Andrew. Well President Trust big plans for next month. No more the illness that so many of his supporters insisted was only made up to keep from being elected is to blame in what amounts to a major reversal. The president now says it wouldn't be right to hold. Hold his plan big GOP nominating convention in Jacksonville Florida next month, the timing for this event is not right, just not right with what's happened recently. The flare up in Florida to have a big convention is not the right time you may remember. The trump moves his party's convention from North Carolina to Florida after the governor of the Tar heel state expressed reservations about hosting such an event in. In light of the Corona Virus, but now cove in nineteen cases, the skyrocketing and Florida delegates to the convention, though we'll still meet in Charlotte North Carolina to whole small business meetings, but trump's keynote acceptance speech on in Jacksonville will not take place speaking of which Florida reported more than ten thousand Corona infections yesterday, and for the about the seven straight day putting sunshine state behind only California and And New York and total cases with close to three hundred ninety thousand people testing positive, however, Miami Mayor Frances Suarez says that with people wearing masks and social distancing and stuff numbers seem to be coming down in his city not long ago, he says the city was seeing about one hundred twenty five cases of covert a day. He says that numbers down to about twenty, five daily one six. Real increasing which means that the curve. Is. Mayor Suara says much of the spread now is among people who live in multigenerational households. Those folks have to be very very careful. At the same time. The president trump has been crowing about his plans to send more federal agents into American cities. The US Justice Department's Inspector General says a review is under way into the conduct of those federal agents it to Portland Oregon and Washington DC accused of excessive violence and racism. The watchdog says it will look into allegations of excessive use of force in Portland, where flash grenades and other harsh measures to disperse crowds of black lives matter protesters, even teargassing the Mayor Portland. The mayor was tear gas the other day. House representatives has voted to remove the statues of confederate generals and other proponents of slavery segregation from Capitol Hill Grounds the Democratic majority joined by Seventy two Republicans in approving that Bill House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the sculptures pay homage to hate and not heritage finally. Six Days of ceremonies begin tomorrow on the late Congressman Civil Rights icon. John Lewis. Chore University in His Native. Alabama his body lies in repose in Selma Alabama, before procession brings his body to the Edmund Pettus Bridge Sunday, his body lies in proposed at the Alabama State Capitol, then he's worked at the US Capitol Riposte and a service tribute to the capital, after that is in south view cemetery in Atlanta, where he will be laid to rest back the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show..

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Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

Talking Tech

07:45 min | 3 months ago

Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

"The pandemic has sent us all home without access to gyms, hair salons movie theaters. So what's a documentary into do? Peter Spier Academy Award nominated producer director has been making films for several decades dock. He says the documentaries are now finding a renaissance in streaming. One of the unexpected side benefits were filmmakers and peters going to tell all about it Peter. Yes thank you very much a pleasure to be here with us. To tell us about what's going on in streaming. So right now. Because of Covid people are staying home. Fortunately, streaming has really picked up since that time and their reports for the strenuous got up between thirty five and forty percent, so people are now. Using streaming taxes, all of their content Bluefin's shows the Netflix. We're talking about Netflix. Talking about Amazon Voodoo Fandango Comcast Cox. All of these platforms are doing very well. You've got a bunch of different. Movies are out there right now. Summer old summer newer. Tell everybody about what you've got in what what you've seen it. Is it been easier to get them up there? So let's start with telling everybody about some of the titles. Right, so I have a couple of club rugged entertainment. We have three titles right now. A film that I got back from a distribution company called Doug's more which we now have on Amazon Voodoo and Fandango? Probably a few others Newfield called the Sharm hate about the OT. PT Community and that film is currently on all platforms. And we're what's called transactional video so for your for people out there that don't know the difference. There's a transactional video which means you have to rent the video there s Vaud or Day. which subscription video which would be services like? Netflix and Hulu at Amazon and Yeah, so those are the two main. Video. in demand on demand services. Are You finding? There is a bigger thirst for documentaries from the buyers right now than there was before covert. I think with the emergency. Some big documentary programmes tiger king right now out of control in terms of popularity Are you know the jinx? That was another one that kind of broke through and we're looking at documentaries that. Are Not only one offs, but sure. I have what's called a one off. which is just single episode, but. They're also you know episodes. Alike limited a limited series for it's. One two I mean would say three to five or six episodes now. How are you finding the documents as Documenta? How're you finding as a documentarian? Being able to shoot right now when we're social distancing and we're wearing masks, and you're not supposed to be going out and doing these things how you're getting stuff done. It's almost impossible I you know. I think the industry is trying to come to terms with how we are going to move forward shooting the biggest issues insurance so being able to cover, not only the liability. But to protect the crew, that's a whole thing, but you know what it's easier with documentaries and doing a full on production so I think you. Wall Street documentaries because of the cost and the. The smaller impact with the size of the crew well, you could always interview people outside. You don't have to interview them in their office and that has to help right. Well people are doing those kinds of things and then there are you know because people are getting accustomed now to save zoomed interviews, there are documentarian making. Documentaries using zoo. Which is pretty interesting so They're just setting it up and you know you do your interview it. Routing out with other kinds of clips and archival footage, but yeah I mean. People are doing all kinds of work around to make this. If you watch the local news or the National News, it's now become the reporter introduces. As Zoom interview basically and they they cut back and forth between the reporter, staring this computer, his or her computer, and then there's zoom interview. So how do you? You Always WanNa, take documentary docu documentary and take it to another level. So how do you make that more instinct? Well I think in those cases. They're using just the. presets of that look. I think if you're doing the documentary yet more time to creatively do with that particular interview, but you bring up a good point, and you only have limited resolution and quality to zoom interview and. you know unfortunately you have to deliver to the platform, and the platform may reject it based on the quality, so it's definitely something that's going to have to be navigated. Okay finally, tell everybody, but does more. This was the film that you did several years ago. It's been lost lost for years, and it's now back alive again. Thanks to streaming, so plug it in television, yes! Dunn's more features. wwl Brown could name. Harbison Talia Shire a Barry Corbin. Some really cool actors. It's kind of who done it I call it You know a small a town film. On steroids and it's very cool, cool film. And I've got disarm hate about the LGBT committee that's got documentary out now. Streaming narrated by Harvey Fierstein and we have our latest film. Michael Debar. Who Do you walk me? Be About? His kinda zealot type character who was in the film shirt with love and also performed of a billion people at live aid. And why is there a documentary? Why is there a documentary about him now? Well. He's also currently DJ Little Steven's underground garage his second. Biggest DJ that's to Howard Stern, so he's very popular on Siriusxm but He's got an incredible life I. Mean you know it's? It's also a story about recovery. And I'm telling you no matter what you've been through in your life, it will not compared to what he's been through. You can't even imagine the stories the sky half well you. You'll get to see in the film so if you're going to go off and watch documentaries on streaming this weekend. Where should we go? go to Amazon Tango all those places. VOODOO COMCAST COX but the three films to watch Dunsmore. Michael the bar. Who Do you want me to be and disarm me and you could see them on Fandango, Voodoo and Amazon. All of those react Peter spier rugged releasing.

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Plucky Watson, Serena's Escape

The Tennis Podcast

06:39 min | 3 months ago

Plucky Watson, Serena's Escape

"And welcome one last time this fortnight to the tennis podcast and Wimbledon relived on. What would have been men's Finals Day of the twenty twenty championships have finally. The Sun is out. It's been a frankly miserable. What would have been Wimbledon fortnight, which is made the the pain of? Missing out on Wimbledon slightly easier to bare certainly for me personally, but it's A. It's a lovely summer's day today. And it would be a nice day to be enjoying. The men's final especially is the The flying ants have the memo that Wimbledon didn't happen. they are out in force which is. A Wimbledon tradition. Hadn't done well, that's. Today's the first I've I've probably missed it and I think maybe the weather is part of that. And we've we've just watched a match with an amazing atmosphere which I think probably also stirs that feeling a little bit, and probably because it's the last day of what would have been Wimbledon and us is the last day of Wimbledon relived for now. What a pointed addendum to that sentence David. Wouldn't next one planned for us. When should we brace also? Developing! Certain Olympic week looming on the horizon A. I feel like I. DO actually need a week off now. I feel like doing relieved of all of the sports. The Olympics will be doing archery relived. Staging two thousand eight. She's just ain't doing on this fate going. Stop the Autry podcast. Doing the end is near. You can have asleep seen. Yes well I'm going to hold David to even I want a week off now that is that is is not my writing, but if it said. We need to on that. You know it doesn't apply to middle of the night. What's absolute? There's a moratorium on on that. today, folks. We take you to the year. Twenty, fifteen. And a third round match between eventual champion Serena Williams, and then British number one had the watson a much which ended up defining that Wimbledon Fits Serena in in some ways defining the extraordinary and dramatic year that she had on tour in twenty, fifteen and much that kind of. Defines Wimbledon in some ways we'll certainly encapsulates Wimbledon the the sun, setting over just resplendent center court with. British ten tennis fans out in force getting behind a plucky Brit that half in the mid never heard of that morning. It's. It's Wimbledon all over. Isn't it? And I think I don't WanNa. Put words in your mouth David. That's probably what made you miss it because what we've just watched so sums up so many of the things that we love about tennis I would say that's true. I also think it's it really does encapsulate the the Wimbledon that I knew as a kid, and as a teenager before Tim Henman came along when British though there was a big gap where? I had not known British contenders for the title. In on the women's side in before my time to be non-journalist Virginia, Wade and Sue Barker, won the French Open, but would never really perform to that level at Wimbledon. So, Strapped my formative years following the sport, Jeremy Bates had a good run in ninety two got to the second week had match points didn't manage to tighten them against gay full Jay. And there were a lot of those sort of moments. There are a lot of single standout moments of a player. Would make them. National News as back page. front-page news even plays like Andrew Castle. You got to eighty in the world that had a match against mats. Wilander that back then was hyping him to to a level. The even he didn't think was was appropriate. Time member in in the Post match press conference that that he did he. He guys this great line. After losing the final against Philander, he was two. It's one up for landing world number, one, nine, thousand, nine, hundred sixty, says he said. Let's just take it easy here I. Mean I lost and. That's that says a lot. Ready I think you know he. He was realistic enough to know and I remember Chris Bailey in nineteen ninety-three. Playing Goran Ivanisevic and the whole nation just stopped, it was nine seven in the fifth set twenty tonight night, the whole nation, stopping for about four hours just to watch this moments, and and he became a national celebrity in a single day. People had I mean it's way more than what Heather Watson inexperienced here in terms of going from somebody nobody had ever heard of Watson was on the map to some degree. This took it to another level question, but Bailey was an complete unknown and then suddenly. I remembering, going on BBC grandstand the next day with death Lynam the presenter who? Asking about his life and said, what did you go friend thinkable list and he said. I'm. GonNa go. I haven't got a girlfriend. And then suddenly the BBC was just inundated with letters from people offering their services his girlfriend. Services! Okay maybe that wasn't quite. Home. He told me he told me because he covered the Australian. Open with us for BBC radio for number years, and he told me that that night he went into Wimbledon village walked into a restaurant with a friend of his and the entire. Pub and restaurant just stopped what it was doing and turned around and just stead at him. and. He'd never experienced anything like like not at all until. Four ask before he'd never been heard of by so many people.

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Russia reportedly offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Russia reportedly offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops

"The war in Afghanistan rarely lands on the national news radar in America. It only POPs up sporadically when there is breaking news like this New York Times story about a stunning US Intel assessment finding Russia's secretly ordered offered Afghan militants bounties to kill US troops, CNN matching reporting cited a source asserting that the cash rewards did lead to coalition

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Technology Pioneer Brian Roemmele Discusses Coronavirus' Impact on Voice Technology

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

05:21 min | 4 months ago

Technology Pioneer Brian Roemmele Discusses Coronavirus' Impact on Voice Technology

"So so I want to ask you Just I guess I'll start with. We'll get into plenty of car stuff but I WANNA I wanna ask you about something which fortunately has not been brought up at many times over the last day or so. In. That is the corona virus. So the sense is that? The time we're in now with this corona virus stuff going on this pandemic. I want to get your thoughts on. The there's a sense of what the intersection between the corona virus and voice technology is. That it's it's a strong intersection, and that voice technology is benefiting greatly from. The need to have contactless touching a button in elevators like Roy by Harav high auto spoke about. The Need. To be able to to speak to things like in an uber like was mentioned as well. I would just like to hear your perspective on what the Corona virus has done to the to either complement or set-back the. Voice Technology Well Brilliant. Question Sir Bradley. You know I I'm a studier of history and and for a lot of my clients, my. Utility I. Think in what I do for them is give them a little bit of a boost of what's above the horizon. What's on the other side and I utilize his? And Future ISM and fuse those two things together. And I studied. Midsummer I started studying the nineteen thousand nine hundred nineteen Pandemic! And there was a reason for that. There was There a conference that was held Virtual Conference and sort of assimilation tell by number of institutions in the medical field bill. Gates that predicted enters videos out there I think it's called plan one or two. And event one zero two. And when I saw that you know I'd always. Have understood that real pandemics not just epidemics you know, look it up the definitions, but not have time to cover that real pandemic are going to impact You know every one hundred years, or so. It's been cyclical pretty much as far back as you can go on history, and there's a lot of reasons for that but I said Okay these folks are very smart. They're planning for a pandemic. This is interesting. You look at the videos. Try Not to get goosebumps because there's a whole lot of things that are being said in videos from August and September That are taking place right now. So I started studying the pandemic and I said well. What was the impact of that event to technology? As a as a general subject, well, the very first thing I noticed and I had not noticed this before and I've studied a lot of history books. From, the subject is communication technology exploded post, pandemic, one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, and these are two technologies. One was an older technology called the telephone. And the other one was a newer technology called radio and or broadcast radio. And what happened was. The impact to people after this pandemic, there was no national news service There was no broadcast radio that anybody was really using and nineteen, eighteen or nineteen, hundred nineteen, there were crystal radio sets in some hobbyists were broadcasting and my latest twitter feed I put up a video showing the. First Broadcast Radio Station, eight K. x out of Pittsburgh area, and that was in nineteen nineteen. So what happened is unity came out of a sort of close setting. where communication was. kind of local and you really didn't need to know about national news. Kinda same today, but we are just junkies for, but we didn't really need to know about national news unless it really had a material impact on our life in our local environment, and that's of course. World War One. People were getting news from that and newspapers. Presidential elections. And maybe some news from former homelands or generational homelands. What's going on in Europe or Africa or Asia or something of those nature of that nature, so the radio exploded? And so the the telephone post pandemic, and it wasn't an accident, because people now wanted to connect in different ways and more meaningful ways, and so there's a psychological repercussion to everything that's going on right now, and everything has gone on the past. You could see cause and

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Protests and riots continue across the country

Derek Hunter

12:28 min | 5 months ago

Protests and riots continue across the country

"Hunter show we're talking about what everybody's talking about the riots what to do to stop him no dialogue there's no discussion until the riots and many way shape or form and this is how insidious the antifa mutants are they knew it thank you the nation was United in disgust at the video of the killing of George Floyd things could have been done it really could have been done but and even doesn't want things done they want to destroy the N. T. FOR that has been built up and defended by the left wing media and ignored or cheered on by Democrats they wanted to destroy and they did it they did you can say they agitated but they didn't make anybody smash a window they smashed windows other people piled thrown stole stuff from the apple store so all the good will that was there and all the momentum to actually do something it was destroyed was just and that's what they want they don't want people getting along the left doesn't want people getting along well after what he doing we talking about why you quit Democrats well Keith Ellison member Keith Ellison who is a member of Congress from Minnesota he was the number two guy at the democratic national committee's Democratic National Committee vice chair he ran for chairman he lost to Tom Perez he was vice chair he is now Attorney General of the state of Minnesota he is a proud supporter of antifa he's also a proud supporter of Louis Farrakhan what what do you think you're gonna get when you elect that let's go to Alex in Baltimore Alex thanks for holding welcome Hey I didn't really talk about anti fur over real quick you go back and look at all the people that interacted over the years especially the inauguration antifa whiskey off in DC people if people are released they're they're let off of charges so a lot of yeah so there's a lot of a lot of support all the charges and all the arrests on inauguration day and all the stores smashed in the cars burned all the charges were dropped eventually into right away because there would have been angered by like what the hell you mean you're not going to charge these people they charge him and then when they thought people would be enough time had passed and people weren't looking they grab the churches don't always what I what I wanna make two points first of all this is gonna sound we're taking tacky but this isn't really a protest you know protest isn't in the constitution you look at what it says it says you have it you can reach out to Mando government a redress of grievances what is that mean it means you can also send me details okay okay but you know if you're not going to the legislators with legislation stating what you want and it's not really a protest going on young at cops I hate you it's not gonna change anything and are stupid people in this country that really think something's going to come from that you need if if there's something to be changed it got to be done to the law otherwise it's not a standard that we can uphold right so and the other thing I want to talk about you got guys like Tony and there was an African American gentleman I didn't catch is intro but our service members service members not Fred and you feed the attitude there the servicemembers said you mentioned and just what you mentioned in the intro here you mentioned that Antipolis breaking the windows and the guy said you were you brought up the looting and he said well it's white people breaking the windows what are black people supposed to do and then you mentioned black on black crime he said well that's why people give and god you know there's no there's the added to that black people don't have any agency that they can't possibly make decisions for themselves and therefore they can't be held accountable you know uncomfortable conversations Cody wants to have uncomfortable conversations I'm looking at FBI crime statistics right now from the last twenty years okay and I'm not talking about per capita total killings it over to one every year black people killing white people over white people killing black people and then when you take into account that they're only thirteen percent of the population and we've all we've been over sixty percent the last twenty years you realize that the rate is eight to one you know we have that conversation or is that racist the ADL says if you've mentioned that if you mention that constituted different across different races you're racing so we're we're not allowing ourselves to have a real conversation that need to be set when these rights happen the next day you shouldn't be able to protest because like I said they're not really asking for anything specific I we know black lives matter we know if George Ford name okay but what change is gonna come from that one of the laws we can pass and and what can we do and as far as eighty four trump's been such a disappointment I really think that that declaration of that being a terrorist organization will be refunded before the election if not it within the week well he has to make it first he hasn't he the president any disappointment in this too but the the responsibility for situations like this doesn't really rest with the president of the United States he he is you know he's the guy the local authorities and then the state authorities and then if they ask for federal help then the federal government immediately short of declaring martial law the president can can't do a lot but he should be saying things a rather long just tweeting things there's rumors that there's going to be at an address today but we'll see the the executive order on censorship real quick with my last point he should have been all that many of the social media companies and get away with being a publisher and a platform and executive order he did sort of almost motivates them to be a publisher which is going to lead to more censorship of the occasion hold and then as a platform that's what we want that that way no American can be denied access and it doesn't if you take the responsibility off of the social media companies then they have no excuse to censor people he did the opposite as well what will happen what could happen and it's got to be changed by law not by statute completely to be fully effective but what would happen is a couple of lawsuits lost would cause them to have to make an uncomfortable choice and that uncomfortable choice would likely lead to them going back to being a platform and and that's that's this step bid there was there's no way the president can act and get it all the way around the bases on his own it takes legislation legislation is being drafted but the house Democrats are never going these are their donors these are the people that they support they're never going to allow it to happen but next time Republicans are in charge maybe something will happen but it's also possible that much squishy Republicans won't do anything about it anyway Eddie in Atlanta thanks for calling in any here are your core let United healthcare plan it could have been stopped on Friday after protesters I've with there and sports physical stuff goes out over the falls in the broadcast in long enough for me to hear one line from the woman is free but far fairer for Daniel Farke is you should white people have the effective gains so basically that that kind of day you'll going on down there when the framers are with their permit was over with our mayor put police off a bicycle as the first or in line at the CNN building police officer were thrown to the ground by I white woman in a white man and he got up off the ground and the police did nothing I come alive after they wanna burn the city down you watch and it went from that to three in the emissary spray paint everything but not windows and then from there they started well Hey if they don't let us have free reign here so they started busting all the cars that meet certain party everything they are mayor get on TV at ten o'clock and said y'all just need to go home well you know she's not quite helpful future bottoms of these people were too busy having fun born in the town down but they're not they're stealing TV's they're not watching TV either at his house I think they're going to zero in on TV yeah and basically the keeper of please get rid of the master barbers down there the state troopers were down there and nobody did nothing they just let him into it and it's just like a kid if you say your this is very important the police on the grounds that you're violating the law get out of the street okay and then the police to come down there to vote thanks same street as always they won't get a credit down here in the whole thing started because people are blocking traffic and you know ratcheting it up you know they like every fifteen to trample people out of cars and stuff you have to stop stuff like this when it starts right as it starts or you're not gonna be able to stop it that's why they are mayor of DC the mayor of DC setting an eleven PM curfew okay that's really late and stupid but it didn't matter because until at least two thirty in the morning they were marching around smashing and looting they still were in Georgetown they were smashing and looting and beating up store owners who are trying to protect their property so if you have an eleven PM curfew and it doesn't mean anything then what's the point of the curfew it's failed leadership R. block is is saying that the the the everything is been messed up by the police the police are the ones that have sparked the violence which is not not true they've please send anything yeah the wealth the Huffington post had a thing I try to find it but it was their headline was police turned violent or something like that police turned violent against protesters like the right now I'm listening to you it's because they've turned out to be as they enter the comedy store but there's no news on there anymore during the day they are I was so embarrassed by that the networks ABC CBS the local affiliates here thank you well we don't do this in Atlanta this is not it Lana and they were just very code everything is so pathetic in the M. at one point one I got himself I believe in buying the place this is all well maybe I didn't say that right you know yeah the slip but yeah the the headline in the Huffington post yesterday was copper age colon police violence nationwide and there's pictures of riders okay okay yeah Rosenstein's report if you know any fourth of ten thirty and it's not a qualified so maybe they'll get serious after fever come to town tomorrow to go to work what's it feel like tomorrow you start putting that very well in there and they still didn't do anything they start the place started closed down but nothing happened it's very simple you have a friend with north south east and west for most of March and then you close in just like you did when you got it got scrapped the rob a bank is in the works and then you and then you just arrested and taken to jail get him off the street yep particular you know what to do any needs the people in leadership down I appreciate the phone call stay safe in Atlanta and keep listening to my radio sucks compared to this anyway let's go to Tim and hands into him hello yes it was terrible what happened at man but the looting this takes away from the whole calls on it and Nancy said it's opportunism masking as outrage it really is they have left wing agitators know exactly what to do they do this for a living they did they did they practice constantly up in Portland for the entirety of the trump administration every weekend in Portland there days over every week they have a day of rage where they they harass people they beat on cars as they drive past they get really angry they destroy things every once in awhile and the mayor of there lets it go and it doesn't make the national news because it's Democrats doing the Democrats are gonna are gonna criticize their base they've got the vote of the people in the street white black doesn't matter they got their vote they're not going to criticize and they don't have to criticize and there is no amount of destruction that can cause them to go Hey wait a second we probably shouldn't be doing this it's it's O. K. blue let it go

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Protests in the Twin Cities

Colleen and Bradley

09:33 min | 5 months ago

Protests in the Twin Cities

"Our friend Chris Eckert from five Eyewitness News is joining us on location this is the Colleen Bradley show my talk one of seven one streaming live at my talk one of seven one dot com everything entertainment calling Leinster Bradley trainer home thank Chris Eckert thank you for joining us hi Chris hi I will be already goes you know it's a tough day and I know that you know that first hand because you have been covering the riots that took place in south Minneapolis along Lake Street yeah it is it it is it's a weird dates and it's obviously a tough day I don't think anybody ever wanted to see our our city in the shape that is right now and nobody wants to look up and see the national news in the international news talking about what's happening in the Twin Cities I mean it's unbelievable and in we started probably about four thirty this morning everything along Lake Street and Hiawatha area sort of the epicenter where everything was happening it wasn't safe at that particular moment and so we kind of started in the uptown area and even to see businesses in our town get your apple store Thurston's jewelers several businesses there that have the windows knocked out I mean several miles from kind of where the main main writing was going down on and then we just kept heading east on Lake Street and it just got more and more and more unbelievable when you're talking you know I asked me at least fifty plus businesses with windows knocked out and started been taken from the inside and then and that's not even taking into account all the fires and all the buildings have burned down to its still it's just unbelievable it's heartbreaking and you know Chris I struggle because like you know I don't want to do that thing that we have a tendency to do as human beings and go all you know this is my neighborhood but but it is this is always been my backyard and one of the things that I've always loved it at lake St I have said this forever if you want to really experience the cross section of culture in the in the Twin Cities in Minneapolis specifically drive from one end of Lake Street down to the other end of Lake Street because you will see all kinds of different everything from a a mom and pop shop too you know I either are chain restaurants there are chain pharmacies but then you see the mom and pop pharmacies and you see the mom and pop restaurants and you see all the different cultures as you drive from one end to the other you get a feel for what kind of makes up the fabric of Minneapolis and so to have that be the place where this is all happening it just it's like it's rips through Minneapolis that is such a good way to put that and I've always felt that way about which street it is sold vibrant it is still alive and there is always so much going on along Lake Street and in all these businesses and think about all these businesses were already struggling right with the virus and everything that's going on and and now you're looking you see the windows knocked out and she spokes all right we're gonna have to try to start over from yelp I would choose from scratch a lot of the structures themselves are still there but the you know Chicago ridge street liquor store right there main right the middle there across from the travel market I mean they got ransacked they just did a bunch of remodeling there and they didn't even put out a lot of structural damage but the the owners there said it's going to be several days not a week before we can get real connections but this is one example of once the businesses that have been hit so Chris I have a question it's easy to see like the physical scars of this moment happening and and you know we're drawn to pictures and that's why the news is and and what you folks are doing is so important but you also have probably gotten a sense of the scars that you know our internal meaning you've had a chance to talk to some people along Lake Street as you went were there any actually I guess I don't know were you able to talk to anyone along Lake Street and if so what kind of conversations were you having yeah and I'm I'm glad you brought that up Bradley because that is what it it's easy to get distracted by seeing the the damage and destruction and move away from George Floyd staffed and move away from white people are feeling the way they're feeling we were staying out in front of Chicago lake liquors there we talked to a young man his name was what we eat vomit south Minneapolis sees you know since his family's from small yet but he's born and raised in south Minneapolis this is this is his home and we talk and probably for a good ten minutes about why he feels the way he feels and why he feels that this community city Minneapolis continues to turn a blind eye to the needs of the minority community and you know I asked him if if he felt that was justification for people to Saludos Mrs in the burn things down and he said absolutely not because you know I think that's deplorable but but people need to understand that what happened here in the last twenty four hours is something that has been bubbling under the surface for years and years and years and at times as we've seen it does it does explode and in this particular case over the last twenty four hours we've never seen anything like this absolutely I I'm wondering if you can tell us christen today now in the daylight as we've made it through what was really truly a long and difficult night I will say you know you said you were on the scene at four thirty AM that's right about when I woke up and recognized that you know that that the things that I put my head on the pillow that were happening when I put my head in the pillow were still going on and I and I and I dug deep into see kind of where we were as we woke up this morning but can you tell us now in the light of day as the day is sort of shaping up how are our community members coming out to help are there ways that people are kind of coming together on the streets to try to put some order back there are their business all individual business owners I would say probably about seven thirty in the morning when a majority of what I could tell a majority of the crowds it pretty much dispersed that's when you saw these small mom and pop shops and their friends and family gathering with brooms and and cardboard boxes to be able to gather up the pieces of glass and cart you're putting up plywood to try to protect their storefronts and that's when you really saw people yeah I saw a guy just walking around picking up garbage in the back lot who's buying his business and so that that's definitely that's definitely going on I mean it's it's it's pretty daunting thinking about the amount of of clean up it's gonna have to happen I mean if it is something I've I've I've been in the television business for twenty five years and will provide a places and seen a lot of things I I've never quite seen anything like the aftermath of of what happened and no doubt there will continue to be stories for you guys to cover you guys have been on it from the beginning and is there anything you can give us a heads up about in terms of what we should expect today I know I saw there was a press conference earlier with the mayor and city officials is there anything else we should alert our listeners to to make sure they pay special attention to KSTP well I would you say it the problem just a legit alleges a logistical standpoint from being down there I wouldn't I know that there's a lot of people's urge to go down there and take pictures and see what's left I would just try to avoid the area there are a lot of people down there who were you know down there looking at it and imposing and you've got street lights out you've got power out it's just that it it's N. and now's not a time to be some volatility there too because the the third police precinct is right there I would just I would avoid at all costs yeah I I think the next step is were waiting out here when the National Guard comes in and what happens today yeah well Chris Eckert thank you so much for joining us and giving your perspective as a person who is you know right there reporting as early as four thirty this morning and we will just encourage everybody to see two to five Eyewitness News for updates throughout the day Chris thank you so much for taking time to join us yeah I think you guys appreciate it and you know what you can do is keep talking about it there are talk about it yeah thank you you're not talking about it that's that's that's what it's about yeah I have seen you create

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Woman sacked after calling police on black man

Ben Shapiro

03:45 min | 5 months ago

Woman sacked after calling police on black man

"There is a a tape from Central Park is now going viral in which a woman called the police after a man named Christian Cooper apparently approached approached her and told her to put her dog on a leash in the bird watching area of the park and here is what that tape sounded like please don't come close to me please don't compose please don't come close please please call the cops please call the cops please tell them whatever you like he's recording okay this is okay so a few things can be true here one she's acting wild too suggesting directly to the guy I'm gonna call the cops and telling the black man is threatening my life is a really brilliant mills I mean it does demonstrate what what's funny about that is what it demonstrates more than anything is she actually thinks the cops are racist she thinks that if you call them up and says a black man is writing a letter to Russia offering should the guy right so so this is it it's a bad scenario other things to note about this there this the entire account doesn't sound that great for the guy either not the same way but here is the guy's account okay this is the reason we're talking about is it trended number once but it was national news this woman is gonna lose our jobs are being lost a dog but people are just piling on the lady by the way I'm not sure makes you a better person to pile on the lady getting like saying her behavior is bad and she should be chastened is not wrong thank you should be fired when there's no evidence that use racist or job is different thing here is how this went down according to Christian Cooper quote meet dog man dogs around will have to be on a leash at all times times right there her dog runs are close you need his exercise me I had just taken the other side of the drive outside the rambling you letterman awfully shy you want her it's too dangerous me look you're gonna do what you want me to do what I want but you're not gonna like it her what's that meets the dog come here poppy welcome to you me we'll see about that I pull out the dog treats I carry for just such intransigence I didn't get a chance to toss any treats her pooch before Karen scrambled to grab her dog her don't you touch my dog that's what I started recording your recording with the iPhone and let her in return fully emerge into the dark turn so a few things can be true in the situation one she didn't say what she said about you know black man is threatening me all this what does race have to do that but to I'm if somebody said to me in a park if you're gonna do what you want I'm gonna do what I want but you're not gonna like it and then gestured to my dog and try to bring my dog over to him with dog treats that is in fact a threat it's not unreasonable to feel threatened a few things going for once okay so this turns into a terrible referendum on the vicious brutality of racism in America this woman came forward and she did apologize but it didn't matter people try to get her fired from the place where she works Franklin Templeton investments they put her on administrative leave she said I'm not a racist I didn't mean to harm that man in any way she said I think I was just scared she said it's not excusable is not defensible and she said that her entire life is being destroyed right now okay all that is probably true but the the reaction of people which is by the way pretty much everybody agreeing it's a bad situation the lady said a racist thing everybody agreeing on that it's it's kind of amazing how that is turned into just another indicator that America is a terrible horrible no good very bad races place doesn't matter what the the esteemed as the conclusion is always America is racist and that's how you know people are

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The Mescalero Apache Tribe declares a state of emergency as COVID-19 cases start to emerge

Native America Calling

03:42 min | 5 months ago

The Mescalero Apache Tribe declares a state of emergency as COVID-19 cases start to emerge

"This is national news. I'm in Prenton Gonzales. The Mescalero Apache tribe in New Mexico declared a state of emergency Monday as tests confirm the first cases of covid nineteen on the reservation in New Mexico. At least four people tested positive for the disease. The tribe says it's waiting on the results of some six hundred other tests. Mescalero ordered lockdown businesses and public establishments for at least the next two weeks. The tribe is also closing tribal government offices to the public. The order puts restrictions on individuals movements and asks that one member of each household use Tuesdays and Thursdays for buying food and other essentials. The tribe is closing entrances to tribal land although the main highway through the reservation remains open. Mescalero president gave Aguilar told Q. E. T. V. The measures are away to protect the tribe. He says merely urging people to practice physical distancing failed to keep the virus from spreading an out of state. Seafood worker is the first person to test positive for coronavirus in the city of Valdez. Alaska officials say the infection was caught through. Routine. Testing Louisa. Castroville is Acting Infectious Disease Program Manager for the Alaska Department of Health and social services in video conference Monday. She said it's not clear yet. How the individual contract the virus it's individual came to Alaska from the lower forty-eight in late April and Co was quarantined. Onsite there for two weeks because as some demonic during that timeframe as well and there's been working on campus since then and has not left. It's not clear the source of the infection whether this was something that was picked up locally since the person had been there for a month or whether this is the test that we're seeing the positive result if it's picking up virus that might have been An infection in the distant past. And we're just seeing residual virus from that Castro deal says health officials are working to determine anyone who may have come in contact with the infected person. Alaska officials remain vigilant as the commercial fishing season is getting underway and thousands of people. Come from all over the world to work and processing facilities. The state has a little over four hundred positive cases of covid nineteen total as of the start of this week. The regional hospital in gnome close to the public. After an employee tested for the coronavirus. The Norton Sound Health Corporation expected employees to go back to work Tuesday after all of them are tested for the virus. Katie Oh news reports. The facilities were subjected to afford a extensive cleaning on Friday. The city manager issued an emergency order restricting travel into nome and mandating a two week quarantine for anyone traveling into the city from the outside. Some face masks sent to the Navajo nation through a company established by a former White House. Aide may be inadequate to properly protect those who wear them the news organization Propublica reports almost two hundred fifty thousand of the masks sent by a company headed by former White House. Deputy Chief of Staff Zach Pontus may not fit the guidelines established by the Food and Drug Administration propublica reports. The total cost for the masks is around eight hundred thousand dollars. The report goes on to say that in another one hundred. Thirty thousand masks are not the kind specified in the procurement data. The News Organization Says Flint is secured. The three million dollar deal with the Indian health services. Eleven days after he formed the company the sell personal protective equipment. Ihs officials say the masks are unsuitable for medical use. The regional office is determining whether to return them flint told propublica his connections to the White House played no role in his company selection as a provider for IHS the Navajo nation has the highest per capita rate of corona virus infections in the nation with National Native News. I'm Mark Hughes.

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Five USS Theodore Roosevelt Sailors Test Positive for Coronavirus a Second Time

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Five USS Theodore Roosevelt Sailors Test Positive for Coronavirus a Second Time

"Coronavirus diagnoses for five sailors aboard the USS Roosevelt the officers say after the officials rather say after they disappeared had appeared to have recovered that means that more quarantine measures are now back aboard the ship they first tested positive after the aircraft carrier docked in Guam in March back on board after two negative tests now they're dealing with the resurgence some south Korean research however apparently showed test identifying dead virus and people not a second active infection officials are trying to determine if that's the case here the Roosevelts infections became national news when captain Brad crozier as you recall also tested positive word about an outbreak wanted getting fired after he leaked his message to

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Laughing through the Coronavirus Pandemic with Ben Gleib

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

04:08 min | 6 months ago

Laughing through the Coronavirus Pandemic with Ben Gleib

"When the global lockdown started they shutdown comedy clubs and all live entertainment and told us. We couldn't have that right now and I disagreed so I decided to create a comedy club. Anyway sorry not sorry so Ben. The last time we spoke you were running for president. I was that like a dream. What was that like for you? It was insane intense. An experience really unlike anything that you could imagine that I could've expected. Even though I was consciously choosing to do it you had some really really great points that were really like even policy points but just like common sense things like what you were saying about certain misinformation and as twenty four hour news cycle. And how these quote unquote news networks. Were not really news networks. They were more opinion. Networks and that the FCC you should probably get involved in labeling them as such and I thought that was so smart because it's really true we don't we don't look at you. Know an article in the New York Times that is just straight journalism and the op eds that we read in the New York Times as the same type of news source that that was really smart. Thank you if only you're -tary things could have been different right now. I don't know why anyone would want to be president of the United States right now. Yes this is quite an unexpected curve ball. The world has gone through and a lot of it. Honestly were some of those same themes you just brought up that. I was trying to talk about how we've just allowed such a high level of misinformation and sensationalizing of our news that it's really become so hard to tell fact from fiction these days and we just don't have clear guidance. I mean it's quite obvious that but this guy in the White House whatever his name is Freddie or whatever. I've totally blocked it out. I think yeah we call him the occupant of the White House in my yes the hostile takeover. Yeah of the White House. It's so beyond obviously ineptitude. That's leading us. It's changing every day. But even through the media to they don't have the ability or the interest to present to us what's most important. And what's more crucial? End To create a cohesive set of for us to follow. It's just whatever the next sensational thing that next day is it feels like there's no standards anymore and I actually have a lot of friends that have said to me coincidentally recently. They've said you know what I'm watching the local news now because it's about their community. It's about what's happening in their community about their school district. It's about where they can go help or where they can find help. And you know local news you get a a half hour to Kinda get it all in there so there's none of the you know the fluff in between that. It's the exact same thing for me. I've started watching local news for the first time. Since I was a child I never was interested in local news always about robberies and bake sales and now. I'm like God do I miss robberies and bake sales right it is. It's just it's something real and tangible and you look at the National News and even though I've been taking quarantine incredibly seriously I have not left except for a visit to the vet and one market trip about seven and a half weeks now but you watch the news and the advice seems to be. We must stay inside to avoid spreading this but should definitely go on walks but not to the beach just to a park and if you go to a beach don't go to a beach and then make sure right. We cannot spread through the air just by touching things so make sure you just stay six feet apart but sneezes and costs can carry a twenty feet and all right might be in the air and we know what it. It's just every single thing. It's like double speak. It's a little creepy. How little even the greatest experts seemed to

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What Small Businesses Should Know About PPP and Emergency Loans

Edelman Financial Services

04:54 min | 6 months ago

What Small Businesses Should Know About PPP and Emergency Loans

"And some of these loans that were put out there for business people to try to work with and we got two different loans we got the the emergency loan for you know lost profits in that business and then we had the loan for PPP which was the payroll protection plan and people dealt with them differently now for the first time I'm starting to see this week yesterday was the first time I think I saw people actually getting money from either of these two loans the day before that we heard people saying that there were they were getting letters and that they were been approved but I actually had some people yesterday said the email saying they got money so let's pick it up from their job where do you see these programs that now and then we'll talk about the problem the sole apartment owners ran into with these programs yeah absolutely so you know that as you said there are two different programs out there the first one is the E. I D. L. the emergency disaster relief fund I'm frankly I'm not aware of anybody that has received money on that program even though parts of that were emergency loans were supposed to be available within three days of filing up to ten thousand dollars there were a lot of us that filed in late March that still have not seen any of that money and as we get into some of the problems with these programs I think I have some ideas as to why some of us in our industry have not seen those funds the second program you talk about is the paycheck protection program work the T. P. P. once this is received a lot of coverage in the national news in that it is a loan to businesses with five hundred employees or fewer that the Indians center says to keep your people working and keep them on the job and basically what what that program is that they will loan a business of five hundred employees or fewer money for eight weeks of pay roll and the and if you keep your your payroll dollars intact at the same level and your number of employees during this eight week period then you can then that one of them can be forgiven and so there really is it's a great incentive for businesses and even particularly real estate businesses two eight people working rather than adding to the already burgeoning unemployment rolls there are out there so as we go into this area and we we always thinking okay great these both sound great you're right the the first one the the emergency loan we've not seen much come from that in fact it seems like they've kind of waffle the way away from it to be honest with because of the stuff that's come out it was originally get ten thousand immediately like the next day within three days you said and then you can get another loan in an amount of action and really never clearly defined what acts was but the ten thousand then got whittled down to have something to do with payroll and all of a sudden there was nothing about payroll when it first came out but I saw an article the other day somebody sent me where they're saying now that you get up to one thousand per employee of that ten thousand but yet still nobody see you said you had some inside or at least take a gut feeling about that I'm see what time we got it we got one minute left do you have a short answer to that what you think happened that long why just disappeared right yeah and you touched on it tell it really got down to the they didn't hide it back to the number of an employee and so a lot of property entities that do not have employees filed for this one and so now that it's tied to the number of employees and payroll which seems to duplicate the PPP while that left a lot of real estate entities out of that the others the other thing with that is that is with the applications that you had to provide a number of your financial loss this came out late March and we and most of us in the real estate business with rent due on the first had no losses at the end of

James Mcquivey - Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research

The Kindle Chronicles

07:28 min | 7 months ago

James Mcquivey - Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research

"Well I'll be honest For reasons that will become pretty clear early in our conversation here I've been following this longer than most and was looking at this in January and trying to estimate the impact on our work In January. Now that doesn't take a a magician because it was already clearly a happening in China and Asia but We started modeling out in January. What that would look like for the area that I cover and then in February started to say it's not just a question of adjusting our coverage. There we we actually have to decide what new coverage needs to come into place and you know my expertise just personally over twenty five years of doing what I do is in Survey Research and I thought well survey is about as good a way to track this as we can and you know when we look at all the resources that were becoming available into late. February there are good sources public sources that survey how people feel about things on an ongoing basis from Pew to Even the the national news outlets but nobody was focused on specifically the E. X. Where the employee experience of the pandemic and we thought well. This is an area that we care a lot about. We put a lot into this research anyway. Now let's see if we can use this as an opportunity to go sir rape people who are working an ask them how this is affecting their work life now. We put that plan into motion in mid to late February. Little bit of time You know hats off to the team to turn that around so that by March second we were ready with the survey instrument that had been designed and program rammed and was ready to go and we started fielding The survey on the second and I'll just give you the background that our approach was. Let's see if we just go out to the world and say give us your thoughts about what's happening and we did. Collected hundreds of data points from about a dozen countries. Were in that first week. And but at the same time we knew and I knew as a survey researcher that I needed to have a comprehensive generalize -able data source then so I persuaded some people here to invest in a parallel fashion in a panel survey like we would use for any other traditional survey Got The budget to do that. Had that launched on March third so the same time we're paying the general population were also surveying the The panel and developing a panel of about four hundred seventy people in a three day period. That we were able to ask him questions of and Boy was amazing already in that week between the first day of survey versus the third day of survey. That's the moment Americans. Were starting to pay attention in. That's we're seeing differences in the results even between day one day through And so we knew this is something we're going to have to keep tracking and we have been and you've been in the field twice with it now. We have. We went back in the field. Two weeks later so march seventeenth to nineteenth and we go into the field today for the third wave so we're trying to maintain a cadence of every two weeks with that panel version of the survey at the same time. The Open Public Internet version of the survey is still open. Still collecting results But we're finding that the reliability we get from these panel survey is Is So valuable that we're continuing to make that investment in parallel. Well I I bet what? You've learned So far would give you the ability to help employers figure out how should they be talking to their employees about the pandemic given that? There's so much information elsewhere. Is there a specific kind of communication you're recommending for employers? You know one of the reasons we care so much about employee experience is there is a tendency in the world of HR to see employees as potential liabilities. This it's a get something on the balance sheet. Sure that you have to manage the risk around it. You have to treat them as things that you might have to discipline or let go or try to push them to increase productivity and that goes probably goes way back to the early military origins of a lot of corporate culture certainly in America but also elsewhere in the world of you know you have these recruits and you got to whip them in shape and get them ready to perform and keep them alert and so on That's not really a healthy attitude. Certainly as a culture we've evolved past been in the military itself But it still persists because a lot of the systems and policies in place are designed to approach the employees that way so for the years that we've been covering employee experience. Our whole approach has been invert that process and say let's start with the employees so when we designed the survey. We designed it from that perspective. How are they feeling about this? Their own personal safety their own concerns for their family. They're the viability of their profession. Their career how do they feel? Let's start there then. We'll expand out there and Sarah. How do they perceive that your organization is handling this are is there direct manager speaking to the added confidence in the leaders at the head of the organization to they have evidence that the that the company has a plan much less executing that plan. Well and then of course we into the specifics. Alright what is INAP- plant? What are you doing as a company? Are they providing early days? Hand sanitizer face masks. If necessary. For certain types of jobs are they mandate mandating work from home and then providing the technology support? You need to work from home for those shops where you can work from home and of course we've all seen this play out over the last month but remember we were in the field on. March second when none of this was really happening yet in the United States we were consulting with our experts are expert colleagues in Asia in Hong Kong and Singapore. Who'd been in lockdown for a month at that point? And so they they were feeding indoor survey helping us understand what what were the likely things to come next And I'll tell you we've measured exactly what you'd expect. All of those concerns have increased Everyone's concerned about their own safety. We went from for example in the first week of March. Twenty nine percent of people saying they were afraid to go to work because of the fear of exposure nanosecond two weeks later that went up to forty one percent approving afraid to go to work. And we'll tell you tomorrow that would expect to be well over sixty percents to space on what's been happening around the country With headlines coming out of New York like they are so you know knowing that that is the environment in which your employees are are making decisions about their work. That's that's important for employers to know not so that the employer can manage that liability which are that employer can partner with the employees to meet them where they are. We described sometimes as the personalization of work. You know you think of as consumers we've been able with a personalized so much you know we personalized when we When we interact with a retailer because we can do it at midnight in our pajamas. We we personalise what information we get. What PRODUCTS WE REVIEWS? We respond to well. The personalization of work is the next thing that needs to happen. And it's a very similar

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The national news headlines but he is at his home in New York hip hop thank you Carol Jason a corona virus drug immediately says president trump adding as fast as we can get it he says he's told the food and drug administration to see if it can expand the use of an experimental malaria drug to treat coronavirus infections at today's White House briefing trump said the FDA is considering approving experimental and international drugs including the against malaria that may help fight symptoms of covert nineteen this is been used in different forms very powerful drug in different forms edit shown very encouraging very very encouraging early results trump and the head of the FDA gave apparently conflicting comments though about the availability of the drug the president said it had been approved and could be prescribed to patients minutes later FDA commissioner Steven Hahn use of the drug would be in a clinical trial to find out whether or not it works and if so what those would be safe and effective New York mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo all right odds over the mayor saying residents should prepare for shelter in place orders Cuomo has his own advice you take a place like New York City we are right near panic level so what you say and how you communicate is very important should everybody stay home of course are we imprisoning people no can you stay inside twenty four hours a day you know when you go out to shop when you go out to take a walk and get exercise social distancing the shelter in place rules in effect in San Francisco since Tuesday allow people to leave their homes for central tasks like picking up groceries or medicine global news twenty four hours a day I'm Bob business is hi it's Jeannie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a.

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The Late George Curry

In Black America

10:56 min | 8 months ago

The Late George Curry

"The reason I do what I do because I grew up in Alabama and the first black journalists avenue with me. Get A job and couldn't get a job in my hometown newspaper so you will never be able to say you never met a black killed 'cause campuses around the country and some reading they always WanNa know what you think. What topic Us Don't ever have one called anybody who knows me knows that comes comes out but I actually have seen. I actually have a challenge tonight and I hope you make a decision tonight and my topic is in the form of a question. Do you want to be eight of Mamata or do you want to be a thermostat? Let me put it another way. Do you want to measure the temperature? The temperature the late George E curry former editor in chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association New Service Former Editor in chief of emerged magazine author and syndicated columnist. Curry died on Saturday August twentieth. Two Thousand Sixteen. He was sixty nine considered the dean of black press columnists his weekly syndicated column appeared in more than two hundred. African. American newspapers. Curry was a journalist journalist. He began his career. Sports illustrated magazine. The Saint Louis Post dispatch and then the Chicago Tribune where he became the New York girl. Cheap two thousand three. The National Association of Black Journalists named him journalist of the year he is also in a BJ's list of most influential black journalists of the twentieth century. Curry was unapologetic. Stewart and champion for the Black Press and frequent need for it in the civil rights narrative. He was deeply committed to fostering the next generation of journalists of color. They became the founding director of the Saint. Louis Minority Journalism Workshop in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. I'm Johnnie O. Hanson junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program a tribute to the late. George E curry in Black America emerged was a news magazine that was published for ten years up the year. Two thousand I was editor to the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July called the best of emerge at Ballantine books a publishing in your arm of a random house and it has the best collection of Of Our stories over the years so it's very different and quite frankly one day soon. I expect this starbucks. We got the most attention. Because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas. Random as the amount of his head and they me ram two years later. The lawn jockeying for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen. Single Clarence comes today. People mentioned that though. That's that's not the stores I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith who was arrested. Twenty four give a twenty four year. Mandatory sentence been Amman. Mine are basically going with drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she needed sold or used drugs But she was very attached as ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on and ran a couple of other stories. In addition to that a couple of years ago she was pardoned by bill. Clinton I'll Office Delay George. E Curry is best known for his heir to ship of the former emerged magazine. Most recently for his work as Airdrie and cheap for the National Newspaper Published Association from two thousand to two thousand seven and again from two thousand twelve until last year. Warren George Edward Curry on February. Twenty third nineteen forty seven in Tuscaloosa Alabama is mother worked as a domestic and his father was a mechanic. His father abandoned fan when he was just seven years old leaving him to step into the role of the man of the house assisting his mother in raising three younger sisters and nineteen sixty five. He graduated high school where he was a member of the football team and sports energy to other school newspaper and nineteen sixty six curry moves in New York City way worked for the student. Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He earned his bachelor of Arts degree in history from Knoxville College. In nineteen nine hundred seventy fulfilling a lifelong dream. He began his professional journal. Career as reporter for sports illustrated magazine in nineteen seventy. He was the second African American hired by the publication. Curry died on August. Twenty two thousand sixteen. He was sixty nine. I met curry back in. Nineteen eighty one and N. A. B. J. National Convention in Louisville Kentucky. The following excerpts of interviews from two thousand one and two thousand and three well up up in totally segregated tuscaloosa hours can Segregate my feelings tell people that In terms of the so called gration after drink from separate water fountains right back to the bus go to separate schools and I have very strong feelings about that But at the same time when I look at my black community those black teachers black people who were supportive There's nothing in the world like it and I wouldn't trade if anything you a pretty good athlete. Bet Did all right for the country boy. I play football. Play quarterback When a quarterback call plays from the attendant Knoxville College in Tennessee? I'm Alma Mater and I'm still in the blue. I'm on that board of directors there and what sparked their initial interest in journalism and The newspapers Emma wouldn't do the newspaper hometown the only time they wrote about black people when they were suspected of crime committed crime plan football it being an entertaining and I thought they were so many other stories out there. It'd be told and since they won't go and tell them. I decided I had to be the person to tell them now. What is interesting is that I could get a job my first job out of Knoxville. What is that sports illustrated so I can get a job at Lodges Sports magazine in the world but couldn't get one in my hometown. Newspaper reminded me that every time I go should be sending a thank. You note saying thank you for not hiring me so I can go out and see the world but that meant that meant a lot. I mean that could not get heart my hometown paper and And whenever I go back I remind them how Tuscaloosa be. I was back a couple years ago and they gave me a key to the city then told me it was fine but you didn't open anything. And secondly I wanted to the bank and combination to the vault. But they haven't done that yet. Former editor in chief of emerged magazine. Tell us about that. Publication well merge was a news magazine that was published for ten years up to two thousand. I was editor of the last seven years. In fact we have a book coming out in July call. The Best of emerge at Ballantine books are published in the New York arm of Random House and it has the best collection of Of our stores over the years so it was very different and quite frankly one day soon expected starbuck and what was some of the highlights of of that publication well We did a lot of things and we're proud. We got the most attention because the way we Took on Clarence Thomas Random as the amount of not hit and they may ramp two years later. The Lawn Jockey for all right and That's the kind of thing that you've seen single Clarence Thomas. Today people mentioned that though. That's that's not a lot of stories. I'm I'm most proud of. I'm most proud of Australian Kemba Smith. Who WAS ARRESTED? Twenty four and give it a twenty four year mandatory sentence. I've been Amman mine of exit. Basically go over to the drug dealer. I mean the Fed said she neither Seoul nor use drugs but she was very attached ringleader. Who have been killed and We ran to cover stories on it and ran a couple of other stories in addition to that and Couple of years ago. She was pardoned by bill. Clinton in office and So we're real proud of that story. I'm proudest of is One of my staff members. I fortunately I feel vegetable about young since college lower. Hit a little little experience. Laurie Robinson was all right how she was on my staff and And it really shouldn't be up the whole Staffan certainly are and she's a graduate of Spelman in Atlanta and There was a allegation at Morehouse being raped. Spelman woman and only because laureate toby. She wanted to write a book about her experience. I suggested that she go back there to her alma mater right about that and then we've been home person experience with it and it was just one powerful story and those are the story. I mean a lot of store them reattached. But those are those are the real special with you on the immediate past. President of the American Society of magazine editors in the first african-american Elia and also not from New York. Right right they kinda you gotta be from New York and got to be life. Magazine's the worst newspaper in terms of diversity but They did in all fairness did let me president and it was indeed a Han and You know in fact. I'm coming from a black magazine representing the magazine industry so I was so pleased with that. Your current position as editor in chief of the National Newspaper Published Association. Give us a brief history of that organization and your responsibilities with black presses. About one hundred seventy six years old gotten around fighting against niches slavery and everything else. I have been here. Two years. Essentially is a federation of more than two hundred African American newspapers Most of them weekly and essentially what I do is provide news out of Washington and and National News as well For a member newspapers. And so we've pretty much such service. Washington bureau founders for audience. That aren't really familiar. That are not African Americans. Why has the black press particularly organization the two hundred or so Weeklies still viable in this country today. Well I wish having spent thirty three years journalism most of not into black press. I wish that the media was doing this job. And there'd be no need for the Black Press a Hispanic Women magazine but it but it is not doing. It does a terrible job and still a worse job. I think when I came to business thirty three years ago. So if you're going to get in order to be well informed you have to read from a variety of sources in the first place you know you just can't read just to Austin space when you just read just you know Dallas Weekly. Just can't you gotta read from different sources and so So would ask an American perspective gives you a different look at some of the same national issues and then he's going to be really inform. You need to reap the black newspapers and go out website. black press. Usa DOT COM

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Judge halts plan to move virus patients to California city

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Judge halts plan to move virus patients to California city

"And national news a judge halts his plan to move move virus patients to the California city a judge is put on hold the U. S. plan to quarantine up to fifty people infected with the corona virus in a southern California city Costa mesa officials asked for a court to intervene Friday after learning in that federal authorities plan to move patients to a facility in the city as early as Sunday they said they were not included in the planning effort I want to know how the local community would be protected from the possible spread of the virus that is already spread globally the judge issued a temporary restraining order and scheduled a hearing for

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A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

People of the Pod

14:21 min | 8 months ago

A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

"January and February have been full of commemorative moments for both the black and Jewish Communities. The birthday of Martin Luther King Junior the death anniversary of Anne Frank International Holocaust remembrance and Black History Month we sat down individually with three founders of the Black Jewish congressional caucus democratic congresswoman Brenda Lawrence Democratic congresswoman. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin to discuss why the caucus exists the issues. They think it will address and why it's important for black and Jewish leaders to work together. Not Apart I I asked about the original purpose of the Black Jewish congressional caucus how that purpose has evolved since its conception and what the main issues the caucus to address we. I posed the question to chief. Founder Representative Brenda Lawrence when I went to my colleagues. And ask them if they would be interested in forming a black Jewish Caucus. Civically this administration. I have seen an uptick in divisiveness and Rachel tension and also hate crimes been reported as validated being on Increasing and we have such a strong and long history of lack American and the Jewish community coming together in those times when our country lost its way the Jewish community came to the support of the black community during the civil rights movement. We have shared experience between the Holocaust. Slavery of being people oppressed by no other reason except for who we are and We know and we feel uniquely the stereotypes in the tension that are often placed on us as black and Jewish citizens of this country. And we are here in Congress to write laws and policies to ensure quality to make sure that we're forcing the civil rights of this country and we should be having a unique conversation around this and I can tell you I was so impressed with the support and willingness in a bipartisan way to form the caucus so what are the main issues that the caucus hopes to address. Well I want to know that as we look at hate crimes and discrimination as anti Semitic. It's racist xenophobic Often go back to Martin Luther King. Our unity is born of our common struggle for centuries not only to rid ourselves bandage but to make oppression of any people by others impossible so when we plan or what. Our jackets is our is that we will make sure that we are uniquely informed. We are aware of these incidents and policies and situations where we see Racism not being addressed properly or being able or being nurtured and that we can pass policies and enforce loss through our justice system to ensure we're holding true to one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all next. We asked Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz during the civil rights movement jewish-americans lent critical support to the N. Double ACP and fought alongside. Dr Martin Luther King Junior to challenge racial segregation in public accommodations and black leaders have stood with the Jewish community following the tragic shootings. At synagogues in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and POW California Joakim Prinz german-american Rabbi and refugee of Nazi. Germany represented the Jewish community as an organizer during the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. So that history is long and and significant and so the the The Black Jewish caucus is really important for us to be able to to retie those binds. And make sure that we can work on the modern day issues that are of mutual concern to both communities are purposes to assemble leaders to learn from one. Another advocate for joint concerns Regardless of party we believe And we exist because all partners are committed calling out hate and racism and discrimination anti-semitism and xenophobia whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head and you know our alliance in the Black Jewish caucus is really important so that we can work to honor and strengthen and safeguard the bond of our communities that have been developed in the struggle for equality in America. Then we asked representative Lee Zeldin. There is a need to better bridge the gap between the Jewish community and the black community and understanding a long rich history of the the black community fighting for on behalf of with the Jewish Committee and community and vice versa This isn't a new concept for us to be working closely and back in World War. Two was seven sixty first tank battalion. Bed Liberated gun skirt skin and God almost four hundred medals for their heroics their efforts and it was Jewish members who stood side by side with the black community during the civil rights push and some actually ended up giving up their lives in that fight for Justice and equality fast forward to two thousand and nineteen. This was announced in June But we were talking to each other about it for a few months leading up to that. Brenda Lawrence Really did a fantastic job taking a lead initiative. The American Jewish Committee was also influential and helpful with that. 'cause how has it evolved since then? I would say that more and more people have expressed interest in being part of it so it's become a bigger and it's allowed us to build a stronger network and we've seen a divide close But the challenges still exist and we just had a Hanukkah in two thousand nineteen that was marked by violent antisemitic attacks in and around the New York City area and some of the people who were paying attention to it saw that the individuals who are carrying out the attacks weren't neo Nazis. They weren't they weren't white supremacists. They weren't a radical Islamic extremists. And they they weren't Politically motivated it was a different dynamic than what you might have been talking about in June of two thousand nineteen You had some people who are talking about the the black Israel The Hebrew Israelite Movement But then others within that movement rejecting the acts carried out up in Munsey attacking the rabbi's home as well as attacking The the Jewish Kosher Supermarket in New Jersey. So in a way if you ask me how it evolved part of. It's been positive With all of the outreach in all of the new relationships and part of it has been an added challenge added friction as we witnessed what happened in the Hanukkah two thousand nineteen and struggling with figuring out how to as quickly as possible Deal with that next. We asked how the black community can support Jewish concerns and how the Jewish community can more forcefully advocate for African American issues. Here's what Linda Lawrence had to say. Yes the Jewish community has in the past as as you know during the civil rights movement Jewish communities one of our strongest legal and justice advocate on the judicial system but it is lifting the voice of Black America Black Lives Matter Institutional that is. Our biggest challenge institutional racism when it comes to the education when it comes to housing when it comes to the criminal justice lending voice to the black community and pointing out those things that are wrong and the black community. What we can do is make sure that we are calling out the stereotypes against the Jewish community. Then we heard from Debbie Wasserman Schultz. There is really some significant overlap that particularly with the violence and the Anti Semitism and bigotry. That is being hurled at our communities not just with these horrendous murders but with social media attacks and you know protest against our communities and discriminatory actions so we have a lot on our plate. Initially that I think are in my view important for our communities mutually and you know because the Caucasus really in its infancy as we mature and move down the road. Get to know one another issues that you know. We can be across the aisle and across our communities and the caucus focused on trying to prioritize the issues that the individual communities find important and lastly representative Lee Zeldin. Well we always spent a lot of times so far I talking about the way. The Jewish community has been targeted with not just Anti Semitic thoughts but antisemitic actions and violent and some cases of its cost people their lives. So you know the the ways for the the black community to identify what? The top issues are Right now for the Jewish community. We're seeing it. Play out really in the national news and the national debate for the Black Community The there still is racism in our country in many respects and I think that teaching tolerance and and understanding ensuring that policies aren't discriminatory that individuals have the ability to achieve the American dream and shouldn't be held back just because they might be someone of color or they might be practicing a different religion like Judaism. That discrimination racism still exists in our country. We saw it play out not too long ago on. Long Island where I'm from the first. Congressional district of New York is on the east end of Long Island There was a story that was in. Newsday was an investigative report of members of the real estate industry discriminating against people of color who were trying to find housing trying to Purchase a home to achieve the American dream. And unfortunately that's an exception and not the norm. It's rare But the response has been robust with investigations. That have been lost. launched as well as the real estate industry themselves Self policing Each Other To educate but educate each other and to push out of their industry people who are discriminating against Black individuals who are trying to own a home and then she the American dream so I would say as far as identifying some of the biggest needs right now of the black community. I would say that just like it was easy to identify anti-semitism as a top needed needs to get addressed for the Jewish community. I would say. Racism is something that's very prevalent and still needs to be addressed absolutely with regards to the black community next. We asked what issues of mutual concern? The caucus can address. Here's what Brenda Lawrence had to say. I think it's extremely important. That the black and Jewish community allow the history of oppression for either of our people to be forgotten. You know there's some people who like to say the Holocaust didn't happen. There are people who say You know black people so each other to slavery. So what's the big deal? We cannot allow the history that as horrific as it is to be forgotten. And that's something else that I think that we uniquely can do as citizens of this country and as survivor and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Right now we have a really significant challenge around white supremacy and the rise of white supremacists in United States white supremacist increasingly targeted and killed large groups of people in recent years because of their race or religion in the United States in Twenty fifteen we had nine African Americans who were murdered murdered by a gunman whose name I won't mention at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Mother Emmanuel in Charleston South Carolina. Because and this is quoting the murderer. He knew that it would be a place to get a small amount of black people in one area. You had Robert Bowers. Last year yelled antisemitic. Slurs before he opened fire and killed eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and that was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community. American history you've had attacks on mosques where insecurity has had to be increased after fifty one people were massacred to mosques in New Zealand. So we have a very current urgent challenge with bigotry. Anti-semitism white supremacists who are engaging in in deadly violence and so that's at the security and houses of fighting. Anti Semitism and bigotry is Is really the top of our current list of issue the very tragic areas of mutual concern for for both communities and and I would also add Particularly because most of these crimes perpetrated with guns the Jewish community in the African American community have have really come together around making sure that we can close all the loopholes that allow people who shouldn't have a gun under federal law here in the US be able to get them Now that issue is unfortunately not bipartisan. I was just getting ready to say. That's gotta be bipartisan. doesn't mean that That the hawks On Black Jewish relations can't take it on

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To all the national news headlines this effective the leader of the Senate is keeping the door firmly shot on the idea of hearing any additional evidence in the impeachment trial of president trump Republican leader Mitch McConnell puts it this way if the case is strong there should be no need for additional testimony and if the case is weak house Democrats should not have impeached in the first place here's how do we have come into Bizarro world the latest democratic talking point is that if the Senate conduction trial based on what the house itself look at we'll be engaged in a cover up McConnell spoke as the house prepares to vote tomorrow on delivering the articles of impeachment to the Senate Bloomberg irv Chapman reports speaker Nancy Pelosi discussed her plans at a closed meeting with the democratic caucus who's chairman hacking Jeffrey spoke afterward the speaker indicated that articles of impeachment will be transmitted to the Senate at some point tomorrow Jeffries was asked about reports the Russian hackers and penetrated Ukrainian company that employed hunter Biden Vladimir Putin appears to be at it again potentially manufacturing evidence to help his buddy Donald Trump that would be a disgrace Jeffrey said house impeachment managers would also be named imminently on Capitol Hill Chapman Bloomberg radio sheriff's officials say a thirty seven year old woman tried to build an explosive device inside a Walmart store in Florida Hillsborough County sheriff's officials say security guard noticed Emily stellar opening unpaid items including final materials projectiles and matches they say he in a wildlife officer in the store stopped her.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World and national news with Bob moon. Thank Peter president. Donald Trump is downplaying his personnel. Moves at the department of homeland security saying he is fighting bath laws on immigration and obstruction in congress. Trump was asked today about his requested resignation of DHS secretary Houston. Nielsen and insisted we're not doing anything big he returned to the need to get control of the US Mexico border. You have to fix the asylum situation. It's ridiculous. You have people coming in claiming asylum the role reading exactly what the lawyer gives them. They have a piece of paper. We'd what that is all of a sudden, you're entitled to asylum, and some of these people are not people you want in our country. Trump said he did not plan to reinstate a policy that led to the separation thousands of migrant children from their families after the illegally crossed the border last summer. Attorney general William Barr appeared before the house appropriations. Today concerning the Justice Department's budget request for fiscal year twenty twenty but the was also grilled on his handling of special counsel Robert mothers report, you said only that he hoped to release his redacted version of the report as soon as next week committee, chairwoman Nita Lowey Prestia on whether the White House saw the reward before he sent out his Munari conclusions. I've said what I'm going to say about the report today bar said, he'll be willing to talk more about it. When he testifies before congress next month decision day in Israel voters, deciding whether to give Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is four straight terminus in a tight election clouded by corruption acusations involving the longtime Israeli leader global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Bob moon. We.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Latest world and national news. Jim thank you, the Senate this afternoon, again a confirmation vote for William bar as attorney general. He's widely expected to get a thumbs up from the GOP led chamber amazoNcom announced today, it's pulling out of the plan to build a headquarters in New York City after a backlash from residents and politicians the ecommerce giant had pledged to hire twenty five thousand tech workers in coming years today marks one years since parklands school shooting in Florida, fourteen students at three faculty were killed and more than a dozen people wounded, Linda beagle Schulman is the mother of Scott beagle. A teacher who was killed after unlocking his door to let in students fleeing the gunman. She says, it's a tough. Day to get through. I would kinda like it. If people wouldn't call it an anniversary because an anniversary is something that I think is something to be celebrated. She says the tragedy is still fresh as if it were yesterday. President Trump finds himself at odds with another former FBI leader Andrew McCabe says it troubled him greatly that President Trump might have won the two thousand sixteen election with the aid of Russia. So when he became acting FBI director James Comey's firing as McCabe till CBS news, he opened obstruction of Justice and counterintelligence investigations involving the president. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion. The Justice department says.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The national news, Bob, Peter. Thank you the voting you still hours from being over. But democratic leaders of the US house of representatives are already forecasting. They will win a majority. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has the latest from Washington. It's not just the polls in their favor. The chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee. Ben Ray Luhan said in a Bloomberg interview. But the momentum that began with the women's March right after Donald Trump was elected as built not dissipated. I'm confident Democrats will win the majority in the US house of representatives all across America. People waiting to vote. The rain is not scaring anyone away. Luhan said the Republicans have had to mount last minute rescue operations in districts. They thought were safe. In Washington, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio. There are reports across the US about long lines and malfunctioning machines at polling places. They are especially prevalent in Georgia state with a hotly contested gubernatorial election. Some voters here reported waiting up to three hours to vote Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the decision of the United States to reimpose sanctions on Iran is not legitimate. Iran is willing to defy the sanctions between six thousand and twelve thousand bodies dumped in more than two. Two hundred mass graves have been found in Iraq. According to the United Nations Ravina, Sean Dasani of the UN office for human rights says it's terrible legacy of the Islamic state groups three year reign in the region. Isolate is an acronym for the militant group horrific crimes in Iraq have left the headlines, but the trauma of the victims families endures with thousands of women men and children still unaccounted for the UN says the widespread violations could amount to genocide global.

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"national news" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The national news media if you watch even clips of Don lemon, who's clearly a big at my view. Steve Schmidt on MSNBC. Who's clearly a bigot? My view, that's just my opinion based on what they've said. When you watch some of the guests, they bring on who are bigots. Many of them are race baiters. When you watch clips of Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski the daughters big Newbridge zone issues with Israel when you look at their constant repeated references to Donald Trump is Hitler sometimes nuance. But most of the time it's at punch in the nose or you watch contributors or so-called guests on these programs. Comparing Trump the Stalin. His supporters is Neo Nazis and racists, Trump as a racist? The American people are onto this. It's not Trump calling them the enemy of the people. They fake news. The enemy that people. We see it. We hear it. We don't need anybody to tell us. What's going on? We see what's going on the president sees it too. And of course, he response to it. A plurality of Democrats even forty six percents of the national media has done more to divide. Then unite the nation. Of course, eighty eight percent attack Trump and a big percentage of them are note out in the media. Eighty percent of Republicans say the meteor dividing American eighty percent of Republicans sixty seven percent of independence, say the media are dividing America. So what's the media going to do about this nothing? They're not circumspect. They all look in the mirror. They won't pull back on their propaganda their demagoguery. They're not gonna do it. And I'm gonna prove to you. How this is one of the lowest points. For the American press since our founding. The way they talk about a president. Donald Trump hasn't done anything like Hitler or Stalin. Donald Trump hasn't done anything. That's racist. Presidents who have. But Donald Trump's not one of them. A montage was put together. By our friends at newsbusters. It goes on for a few minutes. But I'm gonna play the whole thing. And this is only from July twenty seventeen to June. Twentieth. Eighteen imagine if we included from June eighteen up to right now. But you'll hear CNN MSNBC ABC CBS comedy central. And you really need to hear this. What does this have to do? The election has everything to do with the election. They're trying to dispirit you and they're trying to invigorate the left. Would there quote unquote dog whistles? Got one go. But I do think that he has very.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The national news. Thanks, Peter the devastation left by hurricane. Michael in several states is still coming into focus democratic Senator Bill Nelson. A Florida says it will take time to restore essential services mak- is to get cell service and to get electric, but I can tell you older you down power lines. That's gotta be some time coming the US death toll has risen to at least eleven including five in Virginia. Four in Florida. At number is expected to go up the Senate has joined until after the November midterm. So what's next more? On that from Bloomberg's Amy Morris. The hill reports Republicans signed off on three dozen nominations including fifteen judicial picks before leaving town, but they have a full plate waiting for when they get back, including debates and votes on election security, the farm Bill criminal Justice reform and funding for the border wall. The senate's next vote is scheduled for November thirteenth at five thirty in the afternoon that is for a coastguard reauthorization Bill in Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg radio. The Washington Post says the Turkish government is told US officials is has audio and video proof of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi Republican congressman Adam Kinzler who serves on the house. Foreign affairs committee says if true the US should respond forcefully against Saudi Arabia. But I have no doubt that the president needs to be forceful on this. And frankly, if the proof is what it appears to be there needs to be targeted sanctions and individuals in Saudi Arabia and other consequences that the administration knows more about probably than I do Saudi. Officials. Call the charges baseless global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. Imagine. Ever wonder why weddings is so expensive? Why Brexit was really all about China? Did you know that in economics professor uses Broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures, the Bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that and much more..

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The national news headlines. Bob's in our eleven three. Oh newsroom. Hi, bob. Carol. Thank you. The director of the National Hurricane Center says Michael is going to keep its strength, even as it moves into Alabama and Georgia as of an hour ago. Michael still had top sustained winds of one hundred fifty miles per hour as its core moved over Florida's panhandle. Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida earlier this afternoon with one hundred fifty five mile per hour winds Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham, says that when a storm comes to shore with winds that strong. It's going to stay a hurricane for awhile. Now, the worry start over those who stayed behind. Why would they just before the storm moved to shore, Panama City beach resident Tracy done said she just couldn't leave others behind? I can't bring myself to turn my back and go down the road. No one that I've left. Old people young kids, they build any animals, and may turn my back and go down the road knowing that there are left behind. I can't do that. I'm going to stick it out with them. President Trump says over ten thousand power company workers from around the country are prepared to swarm in and get the electricity back on an arrest today in the horrifying upstate New York stretch SUV crash that took the lives of twenty people New York state police superintendent, George beach told reporters the operator a prestige limo was the sole reason dangerous vehicle was on the road nomin Hussein twenty eight of co host New York was taken into custody and charged with criminally negligent homicide in connection with Saturday's deadly limousine crash that killed twenty people. His lawyer says police are rushing to judgment. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven.

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"national news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well i haven't had it as bad as some people i mean earlier this year people's youtube channels we're getting ripped down left and right you know the mike adams from national news he's headed youtube channel up for i think like five or six years i mean most of the content on their most health related this kind of stuff and they ripped it down for something really ridiculous so thankfully i haven't had to bear the brunt of that i have had though i just transitioned or was on blogger for many years i just moved over to wordpress and i noticed ever since that transition google has been playing games and restricting the share ability of my content especially on other social media platforms like facebook like that so you know one of my combat combative techniques for dealing with this so to speak is to encourage the readership to share things i mean nothing those better for sharing information like word of mouth so you know if people reading article or if they watch a video or they find a piece of information captivating send it the people in your social network i don't know if that's email for you or text message facebook or twitter you know there's a million out there but that's one of the ways that i try to get around this is going back to the organic you know the human interaction there has been i mentioned this before the break there has been this trend about debating the population and doesn't matter what the subject is whether it's sports food airplanes desserts it doesn't matter or conspiracy or politics it doesn't matter what the subject is it's about dividing the community and getting them to fight amongst themselves with trigger words and it's everywhere it's all over the place.

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"national news" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"We a we have to giveaways tonight we do every day this we 745 an eight five are going to be doing that things so get ready for that at 745 when you hear somebody scream let's give something away i don't know who that person is it's time to call in but are you have to listen though make sure what's going on there all right so you know we were talking about this last night as we were leaving kevin and we were we were saying you know and this is going to be a massive story to hit the national news tomorrow about the mavericks and now with about to get a little uncomfortable as we ask why it isn't a bigger story eight seven seven seventy one 105 3 why do you think it's not a bigger story a lot of people are already chiming in they said hey it is national news assault on the front page of him as soon as some people say i think as do with cuban owning it and blaming himself most stories are the men not owning it maybe but the the one thing kevin that we you say hibs has stood out more today is the six hundred thousand dollar fine the cuban got four saying yeah we're tanking and people worrying about all are we gonna lose of pick for for what happened there and i think that's that's the one that everybody's interested in because a lot of a lot of teams of the are taking we see it happen all the time but this is the first time some but he's actually kind of admitted to doing it so yeah and like for the people who are saying no it is a national story i get that so what i'm saying is why isn't a bigger national story for example the bottom line on espn just said in the lead it says cuban fined six hundred thousand dollars for admitting to tanking and then duke to host louisville souza like the two biggest things that they have go out and one of them because it's on their channel and the other one they have deemed to be the bigger story so espn is deemed too big be the bigger story if you look on msn their top like most viewed and red stories of the day the tanking story is in the top twenty five the story about all the.

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"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"national news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World the national news headlines from washington dc thank you court while the big question right now in capitol hill is now what when it comes to immigration the senate has just rejected four separate proposals meaning its longawaited debate on the issue could well end in gridlock the reason the failed with that president trump wanted additional cuts to legal immigration to familybased immigration the democrats were not willing to give president trump's proposal which also gave a path to citizenship for one point eight million people which was voted on last got even fewer votes that got a measly thirty nine votes in the senate bloomberg sahil kapur on capitol hill so what next republican senator bob corker tells reuters there now talking about temporary protections for dreamers no bond for the nineteen year old man accused of gunning down the high school that expelled him and parkland florida killing seventeen people wounding fourteen others molisa mcneil is suspect nicholas cruises public defender sadness that this community is feeling i mean my children they go to school in this community i feel horrible for these families and mr crews still fat painting a police report says cruz has confessed to the killings at marjorie storm douglas high he now faces seventeen counts of premeditated murder president trump surprised a group of congressional leaders yesterday when he came out in support of a twenty five cent hike in the federal gas tax to pay for his infrastructure plan today the idea doesn't appear to be gaining much traction on capitol hill house majority leader kevin mccarthy says the supports that they right now spokesman for senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says when it comes to support from senate democrats quote it's always no and quote global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg ink nathan now it added top stories navigate dilemma of the money the ailing lane maher says his companies moving into a quote strong growth cycle canada's biggest aerospace company released its fourth quarter earnings and reported its highest cash flow.

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"national news" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"national news" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"All the secrets of the freemasons several local mason's decided that morgan was something of a scoundrel and by exposing the rituals of the lodge is breaking masonic vows so they abducted in the kidnapped him to carry them karimov to four niagara of lake ontario along the kenyan border and the conspirators claim they paid more than five hundred bucks gave more spotted north and told him never come back a highly doubt that happen highly doubt they just gave them do the hated fiver bucks whose lotta money back there and set him on his way that makes no sense guessing they probably killed him and there would be speculation they just fucking through in lake uh whatever happened mortgages never seen again 26 men were indicted in connection with the disappearance only six wherever tried none on murder charges and there was discovered at the prosecutor in many the jurors were freemasons and the trial resulted in very lenient sentences dunc'd on donna the trial became national news the the public leave that mason's had killed morgan according to masonic ritual and then cheated justice by receiving short sentences from their masonic friends who controlled the courts and the government including uh you know the governor and freemason dewitt clinton men the clintons always up to something that they do it clinton is probably the grandfather of both bill and hillary probably has something to do with satanic molestation pizza gate uh well the dramas hold law newspapers despite rumors of other crimes near census 1820 six incident remains the only authentic case in history of freemasons seriously accused of murdering a member who you who broke their vows and so and so so what if they did i think there's more about those particular members there does you know or maybe that particular lodge their does about the international organisation as a whole will that the public of eighteen 26 disagreed with me and i hysteria broke out when morgan's book masonic secrets revealed was published after his disappearance n or death a hundred anti masonry meetings were held new york and 18th.

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"national news" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"national news" Discussed on KOIL

"Was talking to a national news bigwig who's oh yeah all this was because of obama it's because whatever really that obama ever hit three percent economic growth for any quarter no he didn't how does that compared to other presidents well no other president in american history since we've been measuring this stuff ever went for eight years without having three percent economic growth because the united states is naturally inclined to create economic growth in a that's that's we are the allies are so big that noone would dare not believe them el franken yesterday went to the floor of the us senate where he announced that he was going to resign at some time in the near future a little bit nebulous about that quite vague weeks is the best estimate that he could give bought yesterday when he when he got up there this is great stuff first of all he called them all liars can i just say that he called them all liars he called all of his accusers liars there are seven of them now and some of them made it up completely others they're just telling it ron because he remembers this but that's not the way it happened so there lying versus the other women who are also lying el franken and responding to their claims i also wanted to be respectful of that broader conversation actually because all women deserve to be heard and their experiences taken seriously sounds a little nervous i think that was the right thing to do these choking on his tongue castle thing it gave some people the false impression that i was admitting false the doing things that in fact i haven't done he didn't do it some of the allegations against me or simply not true not true lies others i remember very different way threat i remember very differently so there are two categories of women here some of the women remember it wrong so they're telling the story rogge so they're not telling the truth so they're lying some of us have been left with the false impression that he did something wrong he didn't and of the seven women that have accused him some are making it up completely others are just mischaracterizing what happened al franken some of the allegations against mayor simply not true others i remember very different way right now it's right that's the crux of.

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"national news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"national news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"National news story it just isn't the media gone out there and trying to find who whoever us spoke to trump who didn't like what he had to say come odds houses story it's a pylon in its gross in it's less than it's absolutely positively less than i did it's and it's dividing us and we can't allow that to happen but i so appreciate i mean it's built to divide us that's ones built to do its built to make people angry and saw making the argument don't be angry don't let it it gets here do not let it gets you at all please what if you see that story turnoff wocka wocka away from it i here here's a story that you can you can walk to that the secret service who i you know i i just dealt with them out of the white house crowds as a couple of days ago they a caught a man trying to infiltrate the white house oh tuesday morning this was when i was there we are hurt tale of this we alert tale that there was an event of a guy china jump are the barrier at the white house while we were there are getting ready and getting started with this radio row was looked to the president n spoke to the vice president of the commerce secretary all the interviews robert w obviously dot com the press secretary sarah huckabee sanders we talked to all of these people right and it turns out that the guy who who jumped the fence we knew about this he was dressed as peca at you he was dressed as the pokey mon character peca choose a big yellow thing and then he was he was he was or who was arrested um and i will give other i never you cnn as a source they do use the headline got to catch them all i guy i will i will respect that they've got full new york post right there that c go to a story like that.

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