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House votes 419-0 to declassify intelligence on COVID-19 origins
"A bill that would declassify U.S. intelligence information about COVID-19's origins is heading to President Biden, amid a raging debate about how the virus started a rare bipartisan moment in the house. The yeas are 419 in the nays are zero. As the pandemic's third anniversary nears, American intelligence agencies are divided over whether the virus leaked from a Chinese lab or was a spillover from animals. House intelligence committee chair Mike Turner and top Democrat Jim behind say the nation needs to know at least some of what the agencies know. The American public deserves answers to every aspect of COVID-19 pandemic. Transparency is a critical element of our democracy. Still experts say the true origin of a pandemic that's killed more than a million Americans
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"You. The vote was mostly party line. The a's on this boat are 50, the nays are 46 and the joint resolution is passed. Under the previous order, the Senate will resume legislative session. Every Republican and two Democrats in the Senate voting to pass a bill repealing a Labor Department rule, allowing private sector, workplace, retirement plans, to consider ESG. Right? We talk and read about so often here on Bloomberg. When selecting and monitoring their investments, the house also passed this, so President Biden says he's not going to sign it press secretary karine John fear. This is unacceptable to the president and that is why he will veto this bill if it does come to his desk. Veto. Not that this is a new debate. Governor Ron DeSantis has made ESG a pillar of his now national platform. He's recently calling to ban state agencies in Florida from investing in funds that follow ESG guidelines. I don't know where this stuff comes from, but these elites grab it and they really want to impose it on the rest of us. So it's called environment social governance, but basically I think what it's devolved into is a mechanism to inject political ideology into investment decisions, corporate governance, and really just the everyday economy. That is not ultimately something that is going to work out well. Donald Trump says it a bit more directly. These people are sick. These poorly performing woke financial scams are radical left garbage that would never be funded on their own. And certainly never be funded on their own merits. The entire ESG scheme is designed to funnel your retirement money to the maniacs of the radical left. Maniacs. Sick. People. So instead of talking to a politician about this, we thought this would be a very good time since things are actually happening in Washington and we're anticipating this veto. A good time to talk with an expert from outside the bubble here. And none more appropriate than Barry riddle. It's the chair in chief investment officer. At riddle's wealth management, you know him as host of the masters in business podcast. He's with us now. Barry, welcome back. Does anyone in Washington actually know what they're talking about with ESG? Thank you so much for starting with that. I'm listening to this and I'm just astonished, I would be embarrassed to talk about a subject that I knew nothing about and reveal my ignorance in such an egregious way, but I guess that's why I'm not in politics. We kind of specialize in that here. Yeah, yeah. You know, the irony of all this, you know, criticism of people spending their money, how they want, investing the money, how they want. Really, you could trace the history of ESG investing back to, hey, I don't want to put my money into sin stocks. I'm against investing in adult entertainment, alcohol. Today you would have to add cannabis gambling tobacco. That's the sin stocks are the original, hey, let's use our investment dollars and not reward people who are engaging in behavior that conflicts with our values. And so anyone who knows the history of this know is you go all the way back, it was never originally a left versus right. Debate, it's how can I make my portfolio reflect my values and that's whether I'm a Catholic, whether I'm a Muslim with Sharia law that there are so many things that are just so much more nuanced than the crazy we hear out of D.C., it's unfortunate that they've decided to politicize something that many, many investors find is a useful way to think about their portfolios. We should also note this regulation allows retire if you read this if you take a minute, it allows retirement plans to consider ESG if it is in the best financial interest of the beneficiaries. That's frequently not included. But Barry, a lot of this comes down or maybe all of it to defining ESG into finding what kinds of companies are included here. What you would call green may not be what someone else defies as green, right? That's exactly right. And you know the problem that ESG has had from an investment approach is that it's very broad. It's very general and if I'm buying a ESG mutual fund or an ESG ETF, will then I'm adhering to someone else's definitions of what do we want to overweight and reward with our capital and what do we want to underweight or completely exclude because we don't like either their business or the impact of their business and you know that might have been an adequate approach 25 30 years ago, but thanks to technology and thanks to software, we don't have to operate with a sledgehammer. We could use a scalpel and get very, very precise. Senator patty Murray, of course, a Democrat from Washington. Made the point on the Senate floor during debate that we're forgetting a couple of letters here. Everybody focuses on the E and that's got its own political implications and huge policy implications here, but listen to how she put it Barry. When Republicans push for legislation to protect local and state governments that divest from companies based on their policies towards Israel, that is a form of ESG investing. It is also worth noting if you manage a retirement plan for a faith based organization. And you want to make sure you are investing in accordance with your client's faith that, too, would be ESG investing. And when we call for divesting from foreign adversaries due to human rights and national security concerns, again, we are actually talking about ESG investing. So the way you interpret this concept may actually reflect your politics Barry, but I guess the point that she was making is ESG is actually pretty neutral. It's what you do with it. Yeah, exactly. That's exactly right. Looking at one of the more interesting technologies that have developed over the past couple of years has been direct indexing. And you take your portfolio and let's say it's a dozen mutual funds and ETFs and say to the software, okay, convert these ten mutual funds into all of the individual companies within those funds. So I can hold them directly instead of through your fund or your index. And once you do that, the software is magic, and it lets you do things that you can do before one of my favorite examples, and this is why Katie was clearly onto something. It's not a left or right thing. It's a tool in how you apply it. If you happen to be pro life and you say, I don't want to support any companies that either fund abortion or abortion medication or embryonic research or fetal cell fetal cells or fetal tissues or stem cell research will all told that's about 75 names that will come out of your portfolio and now your retirement account is no longer going to fund something that you don't believe in. It's not a left or right thing. Now, you certainly can say I'm anti war, I don't want to invest in gun manufacturers or cluster bombs or defense contractors or landmines and maybe that's a little more left than right or animal testing fur and leather and there's lots of ways to slice this, but that's the beauty of it. You could do however you want to apply your values to your portfolio and that should be your
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House unanimously passes resolution condemning China's use of spy balloon
"The house is voted to condemn China's surveillance program as a brazen violation of U.S. sovereignty. The yeas are 419, the nays are zero. And members of Congress receive classified briefings about China's aerial spy program. Nobody wants spy balloons flying over whatever state it is, right? And we need to do more to address. Alaska Republican senator Dan Sullivan thinks the balloon should have been shot down before it flew over his state. And what if it had been a missile? Montana senator Steve daines concerned about what information the device might have picked up over his state. Hovered over the most powerful weapons, known a mankind which are called intercontinental ballistic missiles. Democrat Richard blumenthal also calling for a crackdown on China's spying. Part of a effort
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Speaker stalemate drags on as 'never Kevin' Republicans say they can't trust Kevin McCarthy
"The house returns to Capitol Hill today to try again in the stalemate over choosing a new speaker. Three grueling days and 11 votes, and Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has yet to secure enough GOP support to become House speaker, one thing lawmakers could secure enough votes on Thursday, wrapping things up for the day. On this vote, the yeas are 219, the nays are 213, the motion is adopted. Accordingly, the house stands adjourned until noon tomorrow. McCarthy
"nays" Discussed on WTOP
"Here we fly into Chicago and then from Chicago into Denver. I see quite a lot of cancellations for flights into Chicago. The flag this morning was to Chicago as well was also canceled. So yeah, I don't know. We'll see. He's one of many are travelers stranded at airports across the U.S. at Reagan national Matt small WTO news. Hundreds of flights are canceled or delayed at BWI Marshall and Dallas two and this, of course, goes without saying, but if you are flying, check with your airline before you head out. In other news, a House select committee's final report on January 6th finds then president Trump criminally engaged in a multi part conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. The nearly 850 page report released last night ended in 18 month investigation. Michael schnell, congressional reporter for the hill, says the document also includes recommendations. One of the most striking is one that would bar former president Trump from serving in office under the Fourteenth Amendment. The report notes that under the Fourteenth Amendment, it prohibits individuals from serving if they have engaged in insurrection. And the committee essentially here is making the argument that former president Trump did engage in insurrection, whether that be through his House impeachment in January 2021 or the criminal referral that the committee just unveiled on Monday. The panel interviewed more than a thousand witnesses held ten hearings and obtained millions of pages of documents. Well, the house has averted a government shutdown approving a sweeping $1.7 trillion spending bill. Let's go to WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The a's are 225. The nays are 201. It was the last floor vote for House speaker Nancy Pelosi as speaker, and she spoke in favor of the omnibus bill. To keep from shutting government down, but more importantly, to meet the needs of the American people. The man who wants to succeed her, House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, sharply criticized the legislation and questioned why so few Democrats were in the chamber to vote on it. The Democrats care so much about the people that their home with the people and not here to read the bill or even vote on it. Lawmakers from both parties voted by proxy, a practice that's expected to end when Republicans take over the house next year. As for the bill, it now goes to President Biden for his signature. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. An inflation measurement that the Federal Reserve closely tracks slowed down last month. It's another sign consumer price the consumer price surge finally seems to be easing. The commerce department reports consumer prices rose 5 and a half percent in November from a year earlier, down from 6.1% in October. On a monthly basis, they were up 0.1% after a 0.4% rise the previous month. The fed is believed to monitor this inflation gauge even more closely than the labor departments more well-known consumer price index, which tends to show a higher inflation rate due to how it's calculated. The CPI rose 7.1% in November from a year earlier, Sagar Meghani at The White House. Coming up on WTO and how one local schools approach to teaching is helping kids remain on track on Scott gelman and the latest on these high winds and frigid weather. All had at three 36
"nays" Discussed on WTOP
"On a bill to avert a rails from this vote. The yeas are 80, the nays are 15, one senator responded present more from CBS to Scott McFarland at the capitol. This past pretty overwhelmingly in the U.S. Senate one day after passing the U.S. House using a century old law that the president's urging, Congress has passed into law, the latest management offer to the railroad unions. It includes a 24% pay hike, some retroactive bonuses, but does not include 7 paid sick days. The unions fought for that, but didn't get it today from the Senate. The bill now heads to President Biden for his signature. President Biden welcomes French president Emmanuel Macron to The White House where the two have discussed among other things Vladimir Putin and his invasion of Ukraine. I have no immediate plans to contact mister Putin. But mister Biden, clarified, he would engage in talks, if Vladimir Putin were intent on discussing an end of the war. If that's the case, in consultation with my friend, my NATO Friends, I'll be happy to sit down with Putin to see what he wants has in mind. French president Emmanuel Macron said he would speak with the Russian leader to discuss the safety of nuclear power plants. Steven portnoy, CBS News Washington. A win for federal prosecutors as a federal appeals court ends and independent review of documents marked as classified and seized from former president Trump's Florida estate. Trump's lawyers argued that the former president was entitled to have a so called special master conduct a review. The Supreme Court says the Biden administration program to cancel student loans will remain blocked for now, but the justices have agreed to take up the case in late winter. Loyola law school professor Laurie Levinson the arguments at the states are bringing against the student loan forgiveness program are that in fact it goes beyond the power of the administration and granting this relief will actually hurt the revenue of some states. A spectacular site but Hawaii's erupting mauna loa volcano may now be threatening a main road CBS Jonathan bigly is near the volcano. Mauna loa continues her fury, two active vents are shooting fountains of lava into the air and feeding glowing rivers of molten rock down the mountainside. Stocks and mixed on Wall Street, the Dow closed down 195 points. The NASDAQ gained 14 points. Now this. This hour's
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House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions
"Congress is attempting to head off a national rail strike. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Members from both parties are pushing for it. Michelle fischbach, Republican of Minnesota. Our country's economy can't handle a strike that reports would say would cost $2 billion a day. Democrat Jim mcgovern of Massachusetts. Commuter rails that carry tens of thousands of people to work each day would no longer run. There will be shortages of nearly every kind of food in our grocery stores. The result, the a's are two 90, the nays are one 37, the joint resolution is passed. The bill would bind rail companies and workers to a deal brokered by the Biden administration in September, but voted down by four of the 12 unions involved, representing roughly 115,000 employees. The unions have threatened to strike if an agreement can't be reached before a December 9th deadline. Democrats aligned with labor have criticized Biden's move to intervene and House speaker Nancy Pelosi responded by adding a second vote, adding 7 days per year of paid sick leave for rail workers, a key issue. That measure passed by a much narrower margin two 21 to two O 7 with Republicans overwhelmingly opposed. It now goes to the Senate and White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says a bill averting a rail strike needs to reach his death by this weekend. As for that second Bill, he does not support any bill or amendment that will delay getting this bill to his desk by this Saturday. Ben Thomas, Washington.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Why Eric Thought Trump's Announcement Was 'Moving and Heartbreaking'
"Takeaway, I just have to say this, I hope you can hear me over the PA here in the airport. Yeah. The takeaway for me last night, it was moving in heartbreaking. And I'll say, why? Because to see Trump paint the picture of hope of restoring America of restoring our economy, all those things. And considering what we've been through in the last two years, there was something heartbreaking about it, not because I don't believe we can get back there. I do believe Trump will get the number combination easily, frankly. And all of this, the nattering nay bobs of negative ism thinking it's desantis time. I think that's a lot of nonsense. Frankly, and I think it'll be pretty quickly. But the point is that just the idea that a moment ago before COVID, where we were, the trade deals he had made around the country, the idea that we were energy independent. I mean, on and on and on and on. The idea that these things were cheap so quickly and then undone as quickly and that we are now in this slough of despond to quote John bunyan's great work. Pilgrim's progress. We're in a slough of despond. We are just in a tremendous ditch. I think Trump referred to as he says, first we got to get out of this ditch. But it was, in some ways, a little mind-blowing to be there listening to him talking about bringing us back to where we were before all this happened and so on and so forth. I found it quite moving, frankly.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Brit Hume: Never Seen Anything Like John Fetterman's Performance
"Brit humes take Britt Hume over at Fox News has been around a long time and he was on TV last night. Telling Brett bear, he's never seen anything like it. Well, I have been watching this and covering this stuff for more than a half a century, and I've never seen anything like that performance by fetterman last night. I'm hearing some commentary and his defense that says, look, you know, he's just going to be elected to the Senate and the only thing that matters in the Senate is whether you consider the Senate floor and vote I, yay or nay. But anybody who's ever covered the place knows there's a lot more to it than that. You have to be able to debate on the Senate floor to venture points to defend them. The same is true if you're called upon to offer amendments that you have an amendment to a bill that's very important to your constituents. You've got to be able to make the case for it in committee. You got to build a defendant. You got to do the same thing on the Senate floor. You have to be able to engage your colleagues outside the Senate chambers and outside the hallways of the outside in the hallways and in their offices to round up support for what you're doing. All of those things are things that John fetterman, based on what we saw last night is not now capable of doing. It's pretty striking. Beyond striking, okay? Now, if that wasn't bad enough, how about leftists and people so desperate and afraid that there's going to be a big red wave in 12 days? That they went into overdrive, attacking Doctor Oz, who again, if you watch the debate, was an absolute gentleman was gracious, not one time did he mock or denigrate fetterman's clearly impaired condition,
Bloomberg Radio New York
"nays" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Which includes spending to fight climate change and extend healthcare coverage for many Americans and puts hundreds of billions of dollars toward U.S. deficit reduction, a procedural vote was used in a rare weekend session to rebuff a likely Republican filibuster against the bill vice president Kamala Harris cast the tie breaking vote. The a's are 50, the nays are 50. The Senate being equally divided, the vice president votes in the affirmative and the motion to proceed is agreed to. If the support holds it'll pass through the Senate and be sent to the house in the next few days. Air travelers are again being plagued with thousands of flight delays and cancellations across the U.S. this weekend. As of last night, flight aware reported almost 7000 flights were canceled or delayed within into or out of the country to blame staffing shortages, high demand and unpredictable weather. The White House has blasting Indiana's new abortion ban, White House press secretary Kareem John Pierre and a statement calls it another radical step by Republican legislators in her words to take away women's reproductive rights and put personal healthcare decisions in the hands of politicians. She says the near total abortion ban should compel Congress to act immediately to pass a law restoring a woman's right to choose. Actress Anne Hayes is expected to pull through, though, is in critical condition after crashing her car into a home in LA that's according to a statement made by her ex-boyfriend actor Thomas Jane. Jesus was taken to the hospital with critical injuries after her car went up in flames and is now in stable condition. A man suspected of shooting four people to death in Ohio is now in custody in Kansas. Police in butler township in suburban Dayton say police in Lawrence, Kansas now have 39 year old Stephen marlowe in custody. Marlowe's the prime suspect in the shooting deaths of 82 year old Clyde Knox, 78 year old Ivan Knox, 41 year old Sarah Anderson and a 15 year old girl inside a home in butler township Friday. I'm Scott Carr. Hundreds of people who were stranded in Death Valley national park are finally able to go home. On Friday, the national park received about one and a half inches of rain in a torrential downpour nearly equal to what the park gets in an entire year, about a thousand people were stranded there when floodwaters buried their cars in mud and debris. Park officials say the stranded visitors and staff members were able to get out Saturday, they expect a major highway through the park will reopen by Tuesday. Officials in California say a faulty power line may have sparked the deadly McKinney fire burning in the klamath national forest, the largest wildfire in California so far this year is now 30% contained. Julie Ryan has more. NBC Bay Area investigative unit learned the fire started in vegetation under a power line circuit, Pacific corps who operates the line says about 300 customers lost power the night before the fire. It's unclear if the outage actually triggered the blaze, the utility company says the cause remains under investigation. The fire has burned close to 60,000 acres as of Saturday. I'm Julie Ryan. Marine Corps general Michael Langley has become the first black officer to achieve the four star rank in Marine Corps history. Langley is also the first person to hold that rank in the marines 246 yearlong history, a ceremony was held for him Saturday in Washington, D.C., The Pentagon says general Langley will command all U.S. Military forces
"nays" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On this vote, the yeas are 95, the nays are one and one senator responded present. Two thirds of a senator's present, a quorum being present, having voted in the affirmative, the resolution of ratification is agreed to. And that was Georgia senator John ossoff, Democrat who was presiding over the U.S. Senate vote on the admission of Sweden and Finland to NATO, two countries historically neutral who have observed the activities of the Russians in Ukraine and have decided that they don't wish to be the next to territorial victim. We're going to be talking a bit about NATO and Ukraine tonight with ambassador James Gilmore. Good evening mister ambassador. Good evening. Good evening, Jim. I'm glad to be with you. Thank you. Your thoughts on the expansion of NATO to my way of thinking it is simply natural and virtually inevitable. I mean, what small country is going to sit there and watch what the Russians are doing and say, well, I guess my turn will be next. I think you're exactly right when I was the ambassador to the OSCE. That's the organization for security and cooperation in Europe. I interacted with the finish and the Swedish ambassadors very closely. They were always made it clear they were on our team that they understood what the future really ought to be like and that they ought to be a part of it. Jim, I consider this admission of Sweden and Finland into NATO and there were requests to do so the most important development in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall. So I'm very pleased about it because I think it helps to protect Europe and to create some stability where today there really isn't. I would have to agree and I have to wonder what took them so long. I mean, goodness knows expansionary policies on the part of the Kremlin are nothing new. In fact, whether you go back to the communist regimes of the khrushchev back through Stalin or even back to the tsars as far as that's concerned. I mean, Russia has always been predatory toward its neighbors and the politics occurring within the walls of the Kremlin haven't really changed that. I just wonder since the end of World War II, which has been three quarters of a century why it took Finland and Sweden so long. You know, I just think historically they've been neutral. I think historically they have wanted to play that neutrality role, even though unofficially, as I just said, I ever had any doubt what team they were on and what baskets they ran and they were an hour. So their west or Western countries. And I think that the Russians have misbehaved so badly that at some point the people of Sweden and the people of Finland just woke up and just said, this is nuts. We have got to go ahead and declare. Otherwise, we're going to be next. And I think that it was the right statesmanlike thing for them to do. And I'm glad that we're going to have them look good to be a part of nature. I have to bring up the one remaining true and neutral in Europe, Switzerland. Now, clearly, of course, in the case of Finland, you're talking about a long border with Russia in the case of Sweden you're talking about a separation only of the Baltic Sea, which is not much of a separation at all. In the case of Switzerland, of course, there is no common border, and that tradition of neutrality goes back, I suppose centuries, any likelihood, but yet the Swiss have a very, very private system of the economy system that they use and they have always been very independent. They have a pretty fair military, I believe, although one certainly that a major power could overcome if it came to that are the Swiss at all interested in joining NATO. Well, I never heard that while I was on station in Vienna. And I was very close to the ambassador from the Switzerland. We spent time personal time together. I didn't get the feeling that they were interested in doing that. But that's simply their history. That's where they have been all forever. They have the large financial institutions there. We don't have to have them there. I think it's a crunch game. There's no doubt they'd be on our team the way they always have been. But today, we don't require that. Frankly, the big the big jewels here are Finland and suite. This is a big move for Western Europe for all of Europe. Now, I don't know how well known this is in this country, but the Swedes in particular, although of course, historically neutral, have always had a pretty superb military, especially in terms of their air force and their domestically produced aircraft, the Swedes have, for a country that is relatively small, have produced some of the finest jet fighters, for example, in the world. They're really a great country and they provided a lot of leadership, certainly at OSCE, their ambassador was the foreign minister in their master with a chairman of the OSCE, we work very closely with them. I think you can't ignore the fact that the Baltic countries, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, or under pressure from this Russian aggressive attitude that the superior attitude that they've got, they're going to be better protected because right across the Baltic Sea is Sweden and Finland. And Finland, by the way, as a superb army, not big for its size, but superbly trained and equipped. And I think that that gives the three Baltic countries a lot of security and knowledge that they have friends that are nearby. Yes, of course, the other Scandinavian nations, Denmark, and Norway are already members of NATO. In fact, they were founding members. We're speaking with ambassador James Gilmour and taking a look at NATO and Ukraine when we come back, we'll look at some political implications regarding what's happening in Europe in just a moment. The
AP News Radio
House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse
"I Mike rossia reporting the house passes a ban on semi-automatic weapons after an 18 year lapse After a day of impassioned debate 67% of Americans support an assault weapon ban The latest so called assault weapons ban is unconstitutional We have a responsibility to try and stop mass shootings Let's call this for what it is It's a gun grab The House passed legislation Friday evening to revive a band on semi-automatic weapons On this vote the yeas are 217 The nays are 213 The bill would outlaw importing selling or manufacturing a wide array of semi-automatic weapons but judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler said it would exempt those already in possession Democrats pushed through the legislation in response to a wave of mass shootings including those at a buffalo New York supermarket and rob elementary school in Yuval Texas nearly all Republicans in the House voted against the bill and the legislation could stall in the 50 50 Senate Mike Gracia Washington
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: Stallion Says 'Nay' to Being Able to Have a Baby
"Well, I just asked one of my three style and standing in the bar and if he could have a baby and he said, nay. He said, nay. In fact, he said, I said he said, in fact, I might just hurt you over that if you try and put a baby in me. There you go. It was somebody was upset. They wanted to know why I saw a story a couple of weeks ago about similar to that, Jason, where somebody was upset because they were only they were only milking the cows and not the bull. And my recommendation is, you know what? That's a good point. Why don't you just here's a pocket? Here's a stool. Why don't you head over there and give it a Gander? The only thing you're missing there is you need a video camera to make sure you're witnessing. That's it. And again, 9-1-1 on speed dial. Absolutely, sir. All right, Jason, thank you for that and good luck with the horses.
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"nays" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steven skip. And I'm Leila fallen. It took mass killings in uvalde and in Buffalo, along with countless other victims of mass shootings for a long stop breakthrough on gun safety measures in the Senate. The yeas are 65, the nays are 33, the motion to concur with an amendment is agreed to. 65 votes there, so it's bipartisan, a lot of Democrats, some Republicans, and now the modest gun safety Bill goes to the house for a vote that is expected later today. NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell is following it all. High Kelsey, hi there good morning. Good morning. So Congress has been unable to pass gun legislation for decades. What was different about this bill? Well, lawmakers I talked to said the biggest difference this time was that there was huge public pressure to get something done on guns. You know, they talked about the enormous grief and anger people felt after the shootings involved in Buffalo, the Yuval di shooting in particular were 19 children and two teachers were killed in an elementary school really drove negotiators to the table. You know, another difference was that the negotiators were very narrowly focused from the outset and then they fine tune the policy to reach a deal. Now, the bill includes expanded background checks for gun buyers under 21, with potentially longer waiting periods for those buyers, their new penalties for illegal straw purchases, grants for crisis intervention, including red flag laws that allow guns to be removed from people who are deemed to be a threat to themselves and others, and there's also money for school safety and mental health programs and gun ownership restrictions for people who have been convicted of domestic abuse. Now gun rights groups like the NRA are opposing this bill. How are Republicans who usually support the NRA responding? You know, there were 15 Republicans who voted for the bill, and they basically all talked about this as legislation that does not infringe on Second Amendment rights. This is how Texas Republican John cornyn explained it yesterday. Law abiding citizens exercising their Second Amendment rights are not a threat
"nays" Discussed on WTOP
"Mortgage. I'm Christopher Cruise in Washington modest changes ahead for the nation's gun laws. The U.S. Senate votes on a bipartisan gun control bill. The yeas are 65, the nays are 33, the motion to concur with an amendment is agreed to. And the measure heads to the house for a vote on what would be lawmakers most far reaching response in decades to the nation's run of deadly mass shootings. The bill would, among other things, toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers and help states put in place red flag laws. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News. The Supreme Court's ruling striking down a New York law that limited concealed carry limits is getting a big thumbs up from gun groups. New York State rifle and pistol association president Tom king says he's tired the same hackneyed responses from gun control advocates after the ruling. There's going to be blood in the streets. There's going to be gunfights all over. And it just does it. It just does not happen. King tells CBS News the bottom line is upholding the Second Amendment for anyone to have the right to carry a gun in public places, CBS Peter king, a 12 story condo building in surfside Florida collapsed one year ago. On the day before the sad anniversary, Miami dade circuit judge Michael hansman gave final approval to a $1 billion settlement. I could not be more proud to unhesitatingly approve this settlement as being fair adequate and reasonable. And in fact, being remarkable. The U.S. is sending $450 million more in military aid to Ukraine, including some additional medium range rocket systems and Ukraine has taken an important first step toward membership in the European Union, more on that from reporter Terry Schultz in Brussels. European Commission president Ursula von der leyen called the decision a good move for both the EU and the country's themselves. There can be no better sign of hope for the citizens of Ukraine Moldova and Georgia in these troubled times. It's still likely to be many years before they become full members. In Afghanistan, the Taliban is now asking for international help after a catastrophic earthquake this week killed more than a thousand people, more from CBS Charlie dagda. Decades of conflict, government corruption and now crippling
AP News Radio
House passes package of gun control bills in response to Buffalo and Uvalde shootings
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house passes a gun control bill in the wake of the buffalo and ivaldi attacks On this vote the yeas are 223 The nays are 204 On a mostly party line vote the House passed a wide ranging gun control bill Wednesday night following recent mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas Members debated throughout the day We need to act to protect the people protecting our kids act It does no such thing Enough is enough We unfortunately have a bill full of likely unconstitutional provisions The measure would raise the age limit for purchasing a
WTOP 24 Hour News
Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of
"The yeas are 86 the nays are 11 and the bill is passed The Senate approving the massive aid package on a largely bipartisan vote Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer The United States Senate will keep its promise to stand with the people of Ukraine The package includes military as well as economic assistance and funding to help with Ukrainians displaced by the war The aid had been delayed over the past week due to an objection by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul He and ten other Republicans voted against the bill The house earlier approved the legislation which now goes to President Biden for his signature On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO The war in Ukraine is approaching three
AP News Radio
Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation
"The the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate has has has has confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell for for for for a a a a second second second second four four four four year year year year term term term term as as as as federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve chair chair chair chair I'm I'm I'm I'm bad bad bad bad Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are AT AT AT AT the the the the nays nays nays nays nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen and and and and the the the the nomination nomination nomination nomination is is is is confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed the the the the final final final final tally tally tally tally overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan the the the the eighty eighty eighty eighty to to to to nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vote vote vote vote reflecting reflecting reflecting reflecting broad broad broad broad support support support support for for for for not not not not only only only only Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell but but but but the the the the fence fence fence fence drive drive drive drive to to to to combat combat combat combat surging surging surging surging prices prices prices prices through through through through a a a a series series series series of of of of sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that could could could could extend extend extend extend well well well well into into into into next next next next year year year year the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to slow slow slow slow borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing and and and and spending spending spending spending enough enough enough enough to to to to ease ease ease ease inflation inflation inflation inflation which which which which is is is is at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades most most most most Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans blame blame blame blame president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's one one one one point point point point nine nine nine nine trillion trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar dollar cope cope cope cope with with with with relief relief relief relief package package package package for for for for it it it it rather rather rather rather than than than than the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's ultralow ultralow ultralow ultralow interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates but but but but many many many many economists economists economists economists have have have have criticized criticized criticized criticized the the the the fed fed fed fed for for for for waiting waiting waiting waiting too too too too long long long long to to to to respond respond respond respond to to to to worsening worsening worsening worsening inflation inflation inflation inflation making making making making taming taming taming taming it it it it harder harder harder harder and and and and riskier riskier riskier riskier Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Senate bid to save Roe v. Wade falls to GOP-led filibuster
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the bid bid bid bid by by by by Senate Senate Senate Senate Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats to to to to save save save save roe roe roe roe V. V. V. V. Wade Wade Wade Wade falls falls falls falls to to to to a a a a GOP GOP GOP GOP led led led led filibuster filibuster filibuster filibuster needing needing needing sixty sixty sixty votes votes votes to to to break break break a a a Republican Republican Republican filibuster filibuster filibuster on on on legislation legislation legislation to to to enshrine enshrine enshrine the the the roe roe roe V. V. V. Wade Wade Wade abortion abortion abortion access access access decision decision decision as as as federal federal federal law law law Senate Senate Senate Democrats Democrats Democrats fell fell fell short short short Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday the the the ace ace ace of of of forty forty forty nine nine nine the the the nays nays nays are are are fifty fifty fifty one one one Democrats Democrats Democrats and and and pro pro pro choice choice choice advocates advocates advocates have have have a a a heightened heightened heightened sense sense sense of of of urgency urgency urgency after after after the the the leak leak leak of of of a a a draft draft draft indicating indicating indicating row row row is is is at at at serious serious serious risk risk risk of of of being being being overturned overturned overturned by by by the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court this this this summer summer summer speaking speaking speaking to to to reporters reporters reporters after after after the the the vote vote vote Senate Senate Senate Majority Majority Majority Leader Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer Schumer said said said the the the fight fight fight is is is now now now largely largely largely up up up to to to voters voters voters elect elect elect more more more pro pro pro choice choice choice Democrats Democrats Democrats if if if you you you want want want to to to protect protect protect a a a woman's woman's woman's freedom freedom freedom and and and right right right to to to choose choose choose if if if the the the supreme supreme supreme court's court's court's ruling ruling ruling on on on a a a Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi case case case ends ends ends the the the federal federal federal right right right to to to abortion abortion abortion that that that abortion abortion abortion rights rights rights would would would be be be left left left to to to each each each state state state Mike Mike Mike Crossey Crossey Crossey out out out Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Dems' bid to secure Roe v. Wade falls to GOP-led filibuster
"An an an an effort effort effort effort by by by by Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats to to to to codify codify codify codify roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade abortion abortion abortion abortion access access access access as as as as federal federal federal federal law law law law failed failed failed failed in in in in the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate it it it it was was was was an an an an almost almost almost almost party party party party line line line line vote vote vote vote the the the the Acer Acer Acer Acer forty forty forty forty nine nine nine nine the the the the nays nays nays nays are are are are fifty fifty fifty fifty one one one one which which which which means means means means the the the the motion motion motion motion is is is is not not not not agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to I I I I am am am am angry angry angry angry and and and I'm I'm I'm disappointed disappointed disappointed Washington Washington Washington Democrat Democrat Democrat Patty Patty Patty Murray Murray Murray says says says Senate Senate Senate Republicans Republicans Republicans will will will not not not override override override women's women's women's voices voices voices a a a man man man spoken spoken spoken out out out today today today they they they may may may feel feel feel they they they have have have one one one today today today but but but women women women of of of America America America it's it's it's time time time for for for us us us to to to stand stand stand up up up and and and fight fight fight and and and that that that is is is exactly exactly exactly what what what we're we're we're gonna gonna gonna do do do Texas Texas Texas Republican Republican Republican John John John Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn says says says this this this goes goes goes way way way beyond beyond beyond the the the status status status quo quo quo it's it's it's the the the abortion abortion abortion on on on demand demand demand to to to act act act without without without restrictions restrictions restrictions without without without limitations limitations limitations you you you Republican Republican Republican senators senators senators spoke spoke spoke in in in favor favor favor of of of ending ending ending abortion abortion abortion access access access but but but they they they embrace embrace embrace the the the filibuster filibuster filibuster to to to block block block the the the bill bill bill from from from advancing advancing advancing and and and Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
House approves $40B in Ukraine aid, beefing up Biden request
"The the the the house house house house overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly approves approves approves approves additional additional additional additional billions billions billions billions in in in in aid aid aid aid for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in its its its its fight fight fight fight against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday evening evening evening evening on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are three three three three sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight the the the the nays nays nays nays are are are are fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven the the the bill bill bill is is is passed passed passed every every every voting voting voting Democrat Democrat Democrat and and and nearly nearly nearly three three three out out out of of of four four four Republicans Republicans Republicans voted voted voted in in in favor favor favor of of of a a a forty forty forty billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar funding funding funding bill bill bill for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine it's it's it's about about about democracy democracy democracy versus versus versus dictatorship dictatorship dictatorship democracy democracy democracy must must must prevail prevail prevail house house house speaker speaker speaker Nancy Nancy Nancy Pelosi Pelosi Pelosi in in in a a a floor floor floor speech speech speech before before before the the the vote vote vote noted noted noted that that that Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's Putin's invasion invasion invasion of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is a a a global global global threat threat threat the the the brutality brutality brutality of of of Putin Putin Putin is is is not not not just just just what what what he's he's he's doing doing doing in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine but but but the the the impact impact impact that that that his his his that that that it it it is is is having having having on on on food food food for for for the the the world world world the the the new new new legislation legislation legislation would would would bring bring bring American American American support support support for for for the the the effort effort effort to to to nearly nearly nearly fifty fifty fifty four four four billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars that's that's that's about about about six six six billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars more more more than than than the the the US US US spent spent spent on on on all all all of of of its its its foreign foreign foreign and and and military military military aid aid aid in in in twenty twenty twenty nineteen nineteen nineteen Senate Senate Senate approval approval approval seems seems seems certain certain certain with with with members members members of of of both both both parties parties parties calling calling calling for for for quick quick quick action action action to to to McGuire McGuire McGuire Washington Washington Washington
Democrats Call KBJ 'Historic' & Clarence Thomas 'Controversial'
"About her rulings which are appalling which are weak on child pornography pornographers and those who use child pornography I thought she got it pretty easy to be to be perfectly honest with you No no This was historic and they made it hysteric Oh Yes There was appalling what was done Took katangi Brown Jackson KB Jay Yes Absolutely Meanwhile we'll keep trashing clarence Thomas demand that he recused that no That he resigned nay that he'd be impeached That the second black person on the Supreme Court is no damn good He's got to go He's not historic of course but KB J she's historic Unbelievable fantastic
AP News Radio
Jackson confirmed as first Black female high court justice
"The the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate has has has has shattered shattered shattered shattered a a a a historic historic historic historic barrier barrier barrier barrier the the the the ETS ETS ETS ETS are are are are fifty fifty fifty fifty three three three three the the the the nays nays nays nays are are are are forty forty forty forty seven seven seven seven and and and this this this nomination nomination nomination is is is confirmed confirmed confirmed cantante cantante cantante brown brown brown Jackson Jackson Jackson confirmed confirmed confirmed as as as the the the supreme supreme supreme court's court's court's first first first black black black female female female justice justice justice this this this is is is a a a wonderful wonderful wonderful day day day a a a joyous joyous joyous day day day an an an inspiring inspiring inspiring day day day top top top Senate Senate Senate Democrat Democrat Democrat Chuck Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer Schumer pumped pumped pumped his his his fists fists fists as as as the the the Senate Senate Senate chamber chamber chamber cheered cheered cheered just just just three three three Republicans Republicans Republicans voted voted voted for for for Jackson Jackson Jackson with with with Ted Ted Ted Cruz Cruz Cruz among among among others others others a a a blasting blasting blasting caress caress caress soft soft soft on on on crime crime crime and and and as as as a a a far far far left left left activists activists activists seeking seeking seeking to to to remake remake remake America America America from from from the the the bench bench bench it's it's it's a a a nomination nomination nomination that that that jeopardizes jeopardizes jeopardizes the the the constitutional constitutional constitutional rights rights rights of of of every every every American American American Jackson Jackson Jackson was was was at at at the the the White White White House House House watching watching watching the the the vote vote vote with with with president president president Biden Biden Biden who who who hugged hugged hugged her her her Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington
The Charlie Kirk Show
NATO and Putin Are in a War of Totalitarianism
"There's two different types of totalitarianism believe it or not, that are kind of now being buttressed against each other. Putin said, quote, in 2019, he told the Financial Times of London newspaper that liberalism has become obsolete. He said children are quote taught that a boy can become a girl and vice versa. Is monstrous and Putin says is on the verge of a crime against humanity. Vladimir Putin also suggests that transgender rights supporters were demanding an end to basic things such as mother, mother, father, family, or gender differences. So you have NATO, which is more like nay wow, which like the North Atlantic woke organization, going up against a totalitarian despot, and so you have these kind of two different types of totalitarian impulse is going against one another.
"nays" Discussed on Fore Play
"I'm out. It's all right. You think people have the oh Macron version, which apparently, I mean, fingers crossed, but apparently it's just most people are fine and not as sick as they were with the last I feel like last year when people were getting it a lot more folks were reporting that they were very sick, which obviously sucks. Yeah. Yeah, I woke up this morning, I was supposed to come in to do an interview for the travel series with and I just throat nose running and I was like, I can't. So I took a test this morning was negative. And I think I'm going to come into the office at like 6 or 7 p.m. tonight. Yeah, I think E bugs working late for me. Appreciate it, bugger. Yeah, I think there's a good chance I think there's a good chance I bolt out of the building once I'm done with this podcast just to be because it is. It's everywhere. It doesn't matter where you're at, what you're doing, especially on the east coast. It just seems like it's coming for everybody again. It's just where it's happening again. I got to get out of here, I think. All right, well, let's get to some more positive things. Let's talk a little bit of golf. I would like to say I didn't last show. We hit people with all kinds of stuff last show, which we're gonna do a lot more of. I love that shit. I think the reviews were insanely positive, us throwing on a sworn stem, who was one of the great players of all time. And then also a program scientist from fucking NASA at you in the same show. And then us going through our 2022 goals. We're going to get a lot more of that stuff going. So I love that. I love that little dichotomy that we had. Look forward to much more of that. If you didn't listen to that show, check it out. Eric Smith, one of the more generic names in American history was just a fantastic interview, his knowledge about this thing. Can't wait till the pictures come back. Frankie, is it like late late summer, these pictures are coming back? Is that kind of what I was looking at? Midsummer. Midsummer, I think, is the goal for them to start getting images back. Yeah, he was fantastic. Doctor Eric Smith, I've never really met a guy with such confidence about things that no one else can possibly know about. And then he also relays it in a manner that makes it seem pretty normal. Like I got a couple messages saying your guys brains didn't really break during that podcast and there wasn't there wasn't many oh fuck moments. And I think that's because he explained them so normally that it was a little scary. And I kind of mentioned that last show before he came on where I was saying, he would just gloss over things. Like, yeah, I'm in the study of extra other galaxies. And when you just say that sentence, it feels like, I don't know, like he's in a marvel movie, and he's just flying around, trying to find Thanos, but in reality he said it as though he goes to the grocery and picks out grapes..
AP News Radio
Senate votes to raise debt limit by $2.5T, avoiding default
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate votes votes to to raise raise the the debt debt limit limit by by two two point point five five trillion trillion dollars dollars avoiding avoiding a a default default and and this this hurt hurt the the ETS ETS are are fifty fifty the the nays nays are are forty forty nine nine and and the the joint joint resolution resolution is is passed passed the the Senate Senate approved approved legislation legislation to to lift lift the the nation's nation's debt debt limit limit Tuesday Tuesday under under a a deal deal struck struck by by party party leaders leaders the the measure measure increases increases the the debt debt limit limit by by two two point point five five trillion trillion dollars dollars until until after after next next year's year's mid mid term term elections elections the the party party line line vote vote came came just just one one day day ahead ahead of of a a deadline deadline set set by by treasury treasury secretary secretary Janet Janet Yellen Yellen who who had had warned warned he he was was running running out out of of options options to to avoid avoid what what would would be be the the nation's nation's first first ever ever default default the the measure measure now now goes goes to to the the house house where where approval approval is is needed needed before before it it goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden's Biden's desk desk for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up Washington Washington
Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"nays" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"So there's a lot to check out a lot happening a lot going on. We'll thank you so much with so much fun. Yeah thank you matt. Oh all right. we're almost there. Most at the end of the show but burst our chasers. Chasers are the good stuff that helps all the batch. It going out easier starting with do better. White people where we some anti-racism resources and other actions we can take to make our world a little bit better today. I wanted to talk about something happy and joyful which is low no sex industry baby if you have not watched it absolutely iconic music video watched it together and my job was on the floor of the entire time in the best way possible. Yeah there's a new york times magazine profile of him by former guests complainer. Jasmine hughes titled the subversive joy of little nas xs. Gay pop stardom young. It is truly incredible. I don't even think it's fully set in just how incredible it is to have someone who is truly at the peak of their career and is just being the most flaming homosexual he could be in the best possible way. Yeah and he's just so good at the internet and so good about like planning everything out knowing exactly how to respond to everybody. I still can't imagine that it is easy because because it's like. He clearly calculates what he's doing to get certain reactions but he knows they're going to come but it is still incredible that he's doing what he's doing and it's not stopping. Yeah and the article just does such a great job of laying all of that out and it's it's beautiful. I love being a little fly on the wall in the car. Just imagining little nasdaq's and jasmine hughes driving around together just brought me so much joy. Yeah so We'll link to the article but if you're not following lule no sex everywhere then. I suggest that also jasmine. She's also an amazing person to follow and yeah watch industry maybe stream industry baby on itunes. All right what about the tv. You're watching this week. Ten lasso started back up Voice so sad that it's on a weekly basis but that's fine so i've been watching that how about you. Same ted. laso sh- megadeal on schmidt own. Yes we have. You watched more of it. We watched the first episode together. Not yet but i'm excited to me too. Yeah if people haven't seen apple tv keegan. Michael key sesame strong they play this like fighting couple who goes to a couples retreat and somehow stumbles into this world. That is a musical. Yup some might say similar to the concept of berga dune. the musical do you not know brigadier. No oh my god. It's called mega down. Come on. I thought it was just a funny word now. Brigadier john is like a folklore. that was a musical. it's like a place that opens up once every hundred years and it's like a perfect utopia but like if one person leaves during that one day everything falls apart. Oh did not know that came hilarious. Anyway i'm i'm also. I really enjoyed the first episode. I'm excited to keep watching. Yeah same wonderful. What's your non tv chaser and give a big shout out to popsicles. I know i did this like two years ago as well or something like that and to chase her but I really i love specifically pops has cookies and cream. That's like a coconut cookies and cream. I love coconut cream popsicle delicious. And i really love popsicles and going to give a huge shoutout to hard kombucha people prepare. I have been really getting into What is probably the most me alcoholic drink. You can think of hard kombucha because it tastes like kabukicho. It acts like kombucha. You drink a nice refreshing combranch on a nice summer's eve but by the end of the can you're feeling a little light and fun and funky so popsicles and harkin. Boutera have been how. I've been keeping cool and staying cool kids. What about you. It's your tv chaser. Is it breaking up with me. Yeah vibes are so often files remind everyone. That matt is wildly. Gopher your but i brought energy batch was that if not energy from me capuchin popsicle. Some one thing that made me happy this week. Do things technically. My naivety chaser is a book. What's nerd she reads yob a book. I finish called house in the early. See ooh that's tongue-twister right there. Yeah it's a cute little white gay book about this guy who is a caseworker for children who are orphaned. Because they are magical creatures Yes yes yeah so a very thinly veiled metaphor for gay. But it's like there's all these orphanages that holds these children who have been like disowned. Because they are magical and then he gets asked to go to this like special place where all the particularly dangerous children are. Oh man you'll have to see what happens nine but it's really cute and finding nice like beechy summer. Read which i like. I'm trying to do more of that this summer. Yeah because yeah. I just like a fun. Read a and that's it for this week's episode. So thank you for listening unhappy our if you want even more unhappy our shit and you know you. Do you can head street to my patriot on page where you'll get an exclusive. Rss feed of our bonus content. So it's like a bona show that you'll get once a week. You also video of bonus worse things..
Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"nays" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Just like why are you all in my mouth. Get my business. Everyone in the uk is doing fine and the dentistry doesn't even exist there another item artificial grape flavor. My gosh it's just like you know. I don't know if it's improved but i think a lot of for the longest time i mean. Decades artificial grape flavor was never good did not taste like grapes grapes or delicious artificial grape flavored disgusting disgusting. It's nothing like grapes so much. So like i used to gag when i would see like a fake grape flavored something. Because it's one thing. I mean i think to kind of categories of fake grape. One is like a welches fruit juice situation. I can live with that. I like that. Yeah the other one is medicine like it's the one they make it purple the welches. They don't do all that purple shit like it's like a sort of it actually tastes like the flavor of a great but like yeah the medicine or you know i was the same exact way i used to scream and cry and often would throw up the medicine because i hated the taste of it so much. Nowhere near a grape with non involved at all and that creates an insult to grapes. Don't call a grape flavor. Call it nasty purple purple best flavor. I i mean the best flavor medicine remains the pink amoxicillin. If you're familiar it is like a delicious bubble gum liquid. It's kind of a. I think it's an antibiotic. I haven't taken it years but delicious highway. No good said no if i need a snack. I'll look into that antibiotic if anyone's listening to this don't really do that. I mean you know if you have an infection and a doctor has prescribed a i would. I would recommend requesting in liquid form. Yeah but you know which flavor they did get right pretty early on cherian strawberry the rudd drivers artificial flavors on point. Don't really taste necessarily like cherry or real strawberries. But not bad young. There was one cherry one. I remember being absolutely horrible That was.
Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"nays" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"People's personal space. Oh my gosh. And this is like i used to have that issue. Even pre corona like. There's this one guy and he was nice. But i don't know if there's something off but he would always try to get really close to me when he talked like so much. So that when you can feel the air the warmth of the breadth that is too close so late my fix was the stick my leg way out in front of me so he couldn't get too close to my face and it kinda work but you could see he was trying he was trying like that's just how he moves or you know that's what he's accustomed to. I guess but i just i hate it. I don't wanna feel the warm breath in my face and now after corona it's like we know better you know right right. It's been a while since. I've been to kind of like a house party situation. That is where i feel like. Some of those kind of personal space invaders can be the most egregious to. I don't know if you're sitting at a bar a restaurant there's kind of like a predetermined space between people but when it's like getting open space and you have yeah it can it can get dicey and someone starts some inserts breathing on you all to close not a fan not a fan i i just i was like how does you know how this he i guess. He couldn't read the body language. So much so that i was literally sticking out limbs to to carve out space for myself. Stay there. no some people are just not great picking up on on q. And i don't think the last year has helped god if anything. Everyone is now reemerging into the world's all our social skills have reset back to the factory settings. We have to relearn everything. My social skills are garbage right now. I'm i am just like making eye contact person. I'm like we're looking into the window. If each other's souls like this is a lot this is a lie. And i can't just sign off and escape. It's like i have to deal with the geographical reality you have to do. The you know the slow the small talk in the beginning leading up to everything and then like the slow goodbye at the end. Yeah you can't just hit and call for everyone dude. I think i forgot to add this to the list. But i hate long goodbyes. Let's get into that. Yeah especially leaving like a party this again. This goes back to. I mean i find any excuse to complain about my family Obviously whatever we would leave a party like a family party in a my mom would be like okay. We're going to get ready to say our goodbyes. I could set a timer and be like i know a fact. We won't walk out of this place for another forty five minutes. It drives me nuts. I don't know like for me when i'm ready to leave. I just am ready to leave. Also like okay group an indian family and goodbyes are so long so much so that people have missed flights saying goodbye to their family..
Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"nays" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Content. What it's just unhappy our find us. Instagram dot com or Or just search on happy hour us when you're listening rant at us via your stories and tag us gino just just interact engage. Have fun we're here and with that. How you doing well. You know what's going on with you. We record on thursdays famously. And i went out on a wednesday night until i got home. I like to third. It was latest. I've been in a while. Disgust and I don't know if i've talked about before on the pod yet about like how my body cannot handle alcohol. We've definitely discussed it like multiple times like probably multiple times this month. I just like. I take full twelve hours to recover for each drink after last night. It's going to take about four days. I'm not going to do the math. But i know that's a lot of drinks eight drinks k. So there's a lot of royal lighting inside of me right now. Both both physically and emotionally. That's what this podcast is. Where i'm channel energy into complaining. Beautiful how's your day slash league. Well speaking of complaining. I i loved how caffeinated we were last week. I felt like the energy was just like great. And i don't know if it's because it's gloomy outside or what. But i decided to really risk it and have a half calf mind you americano. This is my order which is upsetting but a half calf iced americano. With half and half. So i ordered one before this session and instead of making me feel like super amazing instead of my tummy really hurts. So that's where i'm at and i'm also over caffeinated but maybe just like past the point of no return for this podcast. That's god's punishment for you. Having the worst order ever any terms half half anything grow up. I know handle it. Okay then you don't. You don't deserve any because i'm too sleepy. Get a smaller one. This small size. They offer for iced. You can't handle the you get used to it okay. Your body's will adapt key. I'm never taking lessons and advice from you when it to how to treat my body as someone who is awake and alive. I think you should respect me for the. Oh okay okay. I made it this far also. I guess i should say that my birthday was yesterday. As of this recording. I the least climactic reedit entire like five. Weekly up to your goddamn birthday da. So technically i made it to thirty one. Oh my god well knock on where we are recording this before that Assuming that i did not die on my actual birthday. I will have made it to thirty one which is longer than you bet. No no you should take advice for me all right well. What is coming up on. Today's episode house always. We're going to start things off with worse things. I where i chat about this stupidest most ridiculous worse news of the week that we are diving. Deep into p. d. not a hand held devices that i desperately wanted when i was a child. No we're talking about public displays of awfulness. I know we were all excited for hot girl. Summer we were all looking forward to being huge slot but some couples are taking it to bar by getting it on outside in front of me. And i'm sick of it and finally we've got comedian actor and writer visit johnny on the pod as guess complainer long list of things that she hates that everyone else lives that we have ever received truly belong list and we discussed so much of that. We didn't even get to all of that. That's how much complaining we did. Highlights include Bridal party is men in flip flops. Space invaders family phone calls really just truly so much more. So let's get into a rat's latte start the show all right what things i love about the worst news of the week. Quick little story. Eight crash in florida only in florida involving a tractor trailer and a dump truck left a highway in florida covered in couch yet. The important part is that really. Florida is just kind of fully coming into being what we expect of it just saying. Why don't we literally just cover a roads and shit. I'm just that's where people expect. Yeah i'm surprised. They weren't already covered in shit. Yeah i'm surprised that wasn't just kind of there wasn't more to the story was like this attractor trailer. Crashes into a dump track it spill shed onto.
The Road To A Billion
"nays" Discussed on The Road To A Billion
"What up nats. Hey what's up guys with me today. We're showing up okay. So we're talking about swiping before and that's something that even tried to find videos of yours stepping on youtube. Why didn't quite find so we all. We all have heard that when you're swiping. Maybe you want to swipe other industries to get some outsider ideas and bring them to your industry but Sometimes you may also want to study your competitors offers and dialed in on them to see what's working right so my question was how do you balance swiping between other industries. And you're on the industry. Do have the best possible. Yes rushing me. i'll. I'll go first. And then john elway if you want to add but for me e most often i look at the competitor is i and i kinda go through their copy and what they're saying they're big ideas their tonality the linger using the pain points. They're talking about all that kind of stuff with other industries more like just being active and continue to be a student of copy and looking and reading people's promos or washing the cells and making notes of language or things that you like the structure best Approach so it's probably eighty percent dress. Competitors twenty percent other industries Johnny curious to hear about you nira irritate on. Yeah i'm like where. I am roydon One hundred percent. Direct competitors Because i know it. Works in that niche So i'm just. I'm not experienced enough to know the i can be trying to swipe stuff. The works in one nation doesn't look gray in another I think when it gets some bolts. I'm just. Germany spoke from the from the nation. All look up. I mean not learn is stephan bicycling Outlook top performance stuff on on. Take buying canal. Bright dying Orel just still his right from the greatest swiped his so yeah mostly just direct competitors. It's probably my when i lived right. Look at your copy of my god look so good good narcissism. Oslo themselves Also sounds great britain. You're really good writer. Seem smarter okay..
"nays" Discussed on AP News
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