9 Burst results for "Neil Chatterjee"

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Was there and yet they were almost derailed by a fight over climate change There were a couple of democratic commissioners who said that the the environmental impact statements didn't do enough of now an analysis on the carbon emission impacts of these projects. There was one republican commissioner. Who said hang on our rule that does not allow us to take that into account. And we can't just change that willy nilly a project by project and so there was a bit of a spat at the meeting and they were eventually approve. These two projects in three two votes but kim One of those republican commissioners who voted yes. His term is up at the end of june. So come next month. We are going to have a democratic democratic controlled commission. Yeah and just to amplify your point here When you're looking at these projects was we need to be really clear. Nobody was proposing laying a whole new pipeline down. These were just smaller a projects. This is an example. There was one. There's a pipeline that runs from texas to michigan by northern natural gas. All it was asking to do was put a new compressor station in minnesota And yet as you note this exploded at this meeting The two democratic commissioners issued descents. It became this huge thing over. What used to be routine business at work. And as you note Neil chatterjee who is one of the republican commissioners. His term ends june thirtieth and at that point joe biden is going to have the opportunity to put in a a new member and it'll obviously be democrat. Democrats will have the majority and there's a potential that they just begin shutting down any natural gas updates or maintenance projects because a lot has to go through in order for it to to for these companies to just do basic things to their plants. And so we're looking at you know not just a an oil issue here but a natural gas issue And i think one of the things. That is worrisome. As bill is noted nobody really has a plan for what replaces any of this. You know you can talk all you want about how you know we're gonna have more electric vehicles or we're going to reduce our carbon footprint but something has to replace it and there is not the infrastructure at the moment to do that. Look for instance at what happened in texas when they had their cold snap And it was. Because they had become too reliant on renewable energy for their grid and that didn't work out. We're looking at the possibility that that begins happening all over the country. Finally bill your column in the journal. This week is headline stop blaming comma harris. So what is she getting blamed for and who is really at fault. We'll kyle. She's being blamed for the border crisis. she hasn't visited the border. And that's become the one question. The only question the press is interesting in asking when you're going to the border in whenever she's asked that question she said well. My job is really to talk about root causes me. you know nothing real It's kind of an emission. It's not gonna be solved. And while it's fair game to press her on this The real problem is joe biden's policies you know his executive orders especially the ones spending the remain in mexico policy. He created the surge. The border the president of guatemala. And i believe the president of mexico basically said as much you know people got the Got the message that the welcome mat is out. Just come come through the border and now they're desperately trying to reverse that so the vice president was saying my message is don't come don't come and of course. She was attacked by the left for that..

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

"A moment of silence in honor of George, Florida Year after his death while in police custody President Biden met with members of the Floyd family today at the White House today. Is an honor, you know, to meet with the president and the vice president and for them to sort of concerned, So our family Floyd's brother, Terrence, qualified immunity for police officers. Appears to be the biggest roadblock as negotiations continue at a snail's pace on of police reform bill right now, neither side is budging. The benchmark in the battle against covert 19. The CDC says half of all U. S adults more than 129 Million people are now fully vaccinated against the virus. Stocks closed slightly lower today as investors way the economic recovery against the prospect of inflation. The Dow fell just over 80 points. Daria Aldinger ABC news Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. It's 2 31 I'm Taylor Vance Ice with our top stories from the comb over 24 7 News Center. The covert situation in Snohomish County, apparently getting better. Public health officer, Dr Chris Spitters says that case rates are down and fewer people are being hospitalized. My caution is that it's not over yet. Things are looking great, but we still have to be wise. We still need people to get vaccinated. And then there's a lot of recovery that needs to occur. There's a lot of people struggling out there economically emotionally with about 60% of people in Snohomish County, having gotten at least one dose of the vaccine demand is slowing. We're told that the mass vaccination sites at the Angel of the winds, arena and boom city on the two Layla preservation will shut down at the end of the week. Shots will still be available at pop up clinics, regular doctor's offices and pharmacies, too. Washington's number of new covert cases is down, but still not where health officials wish We were almost Brian Calvert reports, the State Health Department reported 900 new cases of covert 19 yesterday it's still a high number considering all the vaccinating. We've been doing the counties with the highest number of new covert cases in order, Lincoln What Kaya come. Grays Harbor Ferry and Louis King County, which recently said everyone still needs to wear a mask currently has some of the lowest numbers in the state per 100,000 residents. Washington's covert plateau is beginning to fall. Just not as fast as national numbers. When you consider the national rate, the seven day average daily case rate is below 30,000. We haven't seen numbers like this since June. 11th of 2020. Mind you. There was another wave of infections later in the summer of 2020. What That's not expected to be the case this time on a national or local level here in Washington, 61% of those 16 and older have now had at least one dose of the vaccine. Ryan Calvert Camo news, the CDC looking into reports of a small number of teens or young adults, experiencing some heart inflammation after receiving the vaccine, including some here in Washington. Almost Keith average spoke about it was Dr Neil Chatterjee at U Dub Medicine. Medical leaders say covert 19 convey the cause on my own card itis could have many reasons to develop other than the vaccine. There's more to come, I think, is the most honest way to sort of tackle that question right now. So how serious is my old car? Dinos Micro Titus can have the whole gambit. Sort of in, you know, in terms of manifestations has a heart rhythm, Doctor, you know, you know, I certainly see kind of more extreme sort of consequences of myocarditis, which can include things like heart failure where the heart of the heart muscle doesn't pop. Normally, there are a lot of patients who have myocarditis who do not require hospitalization. Health leaders say there is a one in five million chance of this happening. That's still no direct proof that there's a link to vaccinations. Keith Elbridge come on, Ease coming up on coma from the armed forces. To the high tech sector. I'm Corwin Hate. Tacoma Recruits. Military vets. First of 2 34 Couple Traffic.

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

"Minutes of nonstop news continues on CO Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning It is seven Oh, two Under cloudy skies in Seattle. The temperature is 52 degrees right now. I'm Greg her shoulder. Manda is off again this morning, and these are some of our top stories. A number of new cases of covert 19 nationwide is taking a big tumble, falling to the lowest rates and 11 months and come was Brian caliber reports. Washington is seeing numbers start to fall as well. It just depends on what county look at. When you consider the national rate. The seven day average daily case rate is below 30,000. We haven't seen that numbers and stewed 11th of 2020, which would be just weeks before a massive second wave of infections. That's not expected to be the case again as vaccinations are getting the credit for the current falling numbers. All this being said the state still reported 900 new cases yesterday alone. The hot spots continue to be Spokane County, the county's nearby Louis County, and the new hot spot for cases Grays Harbor and what Kaya come counties, Washington's most populated county and at one time largest covert hotbed. Is now one of the lowest in new cases per 100,000 people. King County is also the only county asking residents to continue to mask up. Brian Calvert, come on use the city of Seattle has now reopened a couple of covert testing sites. Cities to original centers in West Seattle and South Seattle stop testing earlier this month, and they were converted to vaccine appointments. Only as of last week, testing has resumed at both of those locations. You been hearing about the C D. C, looking into reports of a small number of teenagers and young adults experiencing some heart inflammation after receiving the vaccine? Well, there are a few cases here in Washington and Co most Keith Eldritch spoke about that with Dr Neil Chatterjee with U Dub Medicine. Medical leaders say covert 19 convey the cause on my own card itis could have many reasons to develop other than the vaccine. There's more to come, I think is the most honest way. Tonto sort of tackle that question right now. So how serious is my old car? Dinos? Good itis can have the whole gambit. Sort of, you know, in terms of manifestations has a heart rhythm, Doctor, you know, you know, I certainly see kind of more extreme sort of consequences of my card itis, which can include things like heart failure where the heart of the heart muscle doesn't pump. Normally, there are a lot of patients who have my creditors who do not require hospitalization. Health leaders say there is a one in five million chance of this happening. That's still no direct proof that there's a link to vaccinations. Keith Elbridge, Come, Oni. And coming up on the comb. Oh, morning news. The problem that re grounded 100 Max jets. I'm Corwin hate. Boeing warns its own engineers. It's 704 right now, and we bring a traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Logger of Traffic Center Here is Kierra Jordan. Just here. You have a new issue on westbound highway 18 about two miles past. I 90 where we have a semi that's over in the ditch. And so that's a visual distraction for some drivers. We've been seeing often on slowing north and by five traveling out of this quality. Into depart of seeing some hesitation on South Bound I five now right around Bridgeport north, and if I've also crowd into the heart coma City center, some lighter, slowing approaching highway 18 scattered flowing out of federal way into ceatec. Seattle's going to be slow and go from mid Boeing field to the convention center South and I five brake lights coming on as you pull away from the ever mall toward 128th, and then some pockets of slowing out of limb within into shoreline. Just brief hesitation. South bound. Four or five became park around state Route five g seven north. About four or five. Expect delays often on from the Valley Freeway into Newcastle, and that Valley Freeway Well, it's busy off and on from highway 4 10 much of the way into Kent as he state route 162 getting backed up approaching highway for 10 and South 167 with crowding approaching Meridian. Our next Cuomo traffic out 7 14 now to the Coma forecast Center, And here's meteorologist Kristen Clark. Expecting more sunshine Today once he's morning clouds clear, But a passing shower is still possible. Across.

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

"7 Good morning, it is 502. We have cloudy conditions to start this day and it's 53 degrees in Seattle. I'm Greg. Her short mandate is off this morning and here's what's happening. New Coben cases continue to drop Falling to their lowest rates in 11 months across the country and co host Brian Calvert says here in Washington. We're also seeing the numbers starting to follow just depends on which county you look at. When you consider the national rate. The seven day average daily case rate is below 30,000. We haven't seen that numbers and stewed 11th of 2020, which would be just weeks before a massive second wave of infections. That's not expected to be the case again as vaccinations are getting the credit for the current falling numbers. All this being said the state still reported 900 new cases yesterday alone. The hot spots continue to be Spokane County, the county's nearby Louis County, and the new hot spot for cases Grays Harbor and what Kaya come counties, Washington's most populated county and at one time largest covert hotbed. Is now one of the lowest in new cases per 100,000 people. King County is also the only county asking residents to continue to mask up Brian Calvert, Come on you. Despite this positive momentum in King County, the city of Seattle has reopened a couple of covert testing sites. The city's two original centers in West Seattle in south Seattle stop testing earlier this month, and they were converted to vaccine appointments only. Well as of last week, Testing has resumed at both locations and the C D. C continues to look into reports of a small number of teenagers and young adults who experienced some heart inflammation after receiving the covert vaccine, and there were several cases here in Washington. Como's Keith Eldridge spoke about that with Dr Neil Chatterjee at two the U Dub Medicine Medical leaders say covert 19 convey the cause. My own card itis could have many reasons to develop other than the vaccine. There's more to come, I think is the most honest way. Tonto sort of tackle that question right now. So how serious is my card? Itis? Micro Titus can have the whole gambit sort of been, you know, in terms of manifestations has a heart rhythm, Doctor, you know, you know, I certainly see Kind of more extreme sort of consequences of myocarditis, which can include things like heart failure where the heart sort of heart muscle doesn't pump. Normally, there are a lot of patients who have myocarditis who do not require hospitalization. Health leaders say there is a one in five million chance of this happening. That's still no direct proof that there's a link to vaccinations. Keith Elbridge come Oni coming up the problem that re grounded 100 Max jets. I'm Corwin hate. Boeing warns its own engineers. Come on his time, 504. Well, let's check traffic for you right now. And from the Dubin Longer of traffic center. We say good morning here. Good morning, Greg. So we're working with a crash on the shoulder right now. Am Pacific. This is North bound. Once accepted. It's near Jovita it sitting over on the left shoulder and you are struggling all the way from 5 12. And because of this backup, it's backing up westbound. Four tenors, You're approaching the Valley Freeway. So a heavier drive through that stretch that you're than you're expecting this time of day. We're also seeing a small slow down and ever Ourself a knife I've offered to the Boeing Freeway as we tend to see this time of day our next Cuomo traffic up by 14. Well, let's see what the weather is going to do today. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke brighter day overall with more sunshine across the interior lowlands, But a passing shower is still in the forecast more of a nuisance.

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KOMO

"Medical attention when they have trouble breathing. But new research out of University of Washington says the two best indicators of person might be in trouble are being looked at. Cardiologist, Dr Neil Chatterjee says a person's respiration rate and blood oxygen level can be monitored at home. So something like a home oxygen monitor or even something more basic, just sort of measuring your respiratory rate, or having a loved one measure. Your respiratory rate can be an easy way to be able to try toe decide if you should seek out more so the medical attention Researchers found many people don't experience trouble breathing, but might have dangerously low oxygen levels that puts them at risk increased risk of death. A man was killed in a shooting this morning outside an apartment complex near the Lake Stephen City Center. Officers and medics responded to the scene on Main Street about nine a.m.. The victim, a lake Stevens man found dead at the scene with multiple gunshot wounds. Police found the suspect a lake Stevens man about a block away and arrested him without incident. I'm Jeff Pooja. Look, a drive on I five is about to get a whole lot smoother. But it will take more than a year of weekend closures to complete the work. The Department of Transportation will spend 16 weekends repaving the South bound roadway between I 90 in the West Seattle Bridge. As well as replacing aging expansion joints going to be reducing the freeway down to you as little as one lane at sometimes, spokesman Tom Pierce says those weekend closures will stretch well into 2022. And track says it's restoring daily service on 12 long distance routes, including two that run through Seattle starting Monday, both the Chicago to Seattle, Portland and the Seattle the L. A routes will resume daily service. The routes had previously only been operating three times a week due to low ridership during this pandemic. The Amtrak Cascades route will also add a second round trip between Seattle and Eugene starting Monday, and a third round trip on the Seattle to Portland segment will also be added Still ahead on coma Trainee weather, Good news and bad I'm Corwin Headache with the dazzling sky show we won't get to see Our traffic reporter, Marina Rock and you're joining us now, with our traffic on the force from the Juvenile Law Group Traffic Center was found Highway 16 at center in Tacoma. That accident cleared a little while ago, but we're still looking at solid traffic. From I five to the scene South down four or five, crowded in Bellevue, from southeast eighth down through the Newcastle neighborhood south on I five is slow across the ship Canal Bridge in north and I five Your highway to endeavor to sluggish You're next Come, Oh, traffic at 5 14. Let's talk about the weather going into the holiday weekends, And here's the latest from Shannon O'Donnell. Everybody cool and damp. Start to the work in school week. We've gotten often on scattered showers today, with highs mainly just in the fifties. It will warm a little bit is we head into Tuesday and Wednesday, some low sixties to be found around.

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Your overall take on the initial article about the Terminations that were made on Friday with the nuclear stockpile the oil and gas regulation and overseas aid. Well, those ones are very, very crucial possessions that if you need to maintain your in the transition, especially for the firing off Lisa Gordon Hagerty, who was in charge of the nuclear stockpiles, you want ensure some sort of an accountability during the transition time. You don't want to chaos when it comes down to the nuclear aspect of it. The same concept will apply to the U. S Agency for International developments because Majority off our foreign policy to a degree or two. A percentage of it is done through the agency for international Development, So that just part of how we operate with been operating that we for a long, long time. And the last one has to do with Neil Chatterjee, the chairman of the federal energy Regulatory Well, it's because you want to have some sort off guard rail. If you will in the system to ensure that certain regulations are at here to, uh, otherwise he's gonna become a chaos when it comes down to the energy. Market knowing how it is already on the global Skill. The oil prices are down. U. S. Oil companies are are hurting bad, especially for us in state of Texas in western Texas, so because Now you can see the brand screwed is about $39. The eastern Texas oil is about 37. Those are not a price is that can sustain employment and profits and so forth. So this is why the firing off individual that in charge off the federal energy regulations and so forth. It would be very, very, very devastating to the as you transition to the new administration. What would be the reason to fire those people just days after the election? And then just 2.5 months before the transition takes place..

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Vote irregularities. The top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell, has also said president has every right to pursue legal challenges. Democrat Joe Biden has been projected as the elections winner. With an unassailable lead. Kate Fisher Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Democrat Count Cunning him is conceded to incumbent Republican U. S Senator Tom Tillis in North Carolina. Cunningham said in his statement today that the voters have spoken and was clear. Tell us that one tell us lead Cunningham by more than 95,000 votes. The race is too early to call. Still, with votes still uncounted. With Cunningham's concession, all eyes now turn to Georgia, where two U. S. Senate runoff races in January are Likely to determine the balance of the upper chamber. The U. S. Senate Republican Michelle Steele has defeated first term Democratic U. S representative Harley Ruda in a Southern California district. It's a big victory for the beleaguered California Republican Party after losing the seat in coastal Orange County's 48th congressional district. Two years ago. It's only the second time in over two decades that Republicans captured a Democratic held congressional district in the state. And it comes to years after Republicans lost seven House seats to the Democrats. Steele said she's ready to work with both parties have vowed to fight for lower taxes. Small businesses and their workers enter defeat. The Corona virus used the Irvine law professor, Democrat Dave Men is declared victory and a hard fought and expensive race to defeat Orange County. Republican State Senator John Moore lack Or lack one. The seat by a margin of 15% 4 years ago, the traditional Republican district in Orange County has shifted to a near tie in party registration. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. It was not the only federal employees getting the axe as Donald Trump entered the final days of his reign. The White House also dismissed the head of the program that produces the Federal government's most definitive scientific report on climate change. Michael Kuperberg worked as executive director of the U. S Global Change Research Program, which produces the national climate assessment. Kuperberg three assignment is the latest in a string of high level personnel moves to remove officials deemed insufficiently loyal to President Trump. After his re election loss last Friday. Trump removed Neil Chatterjee is chair of the FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. After chatter, jeez advocacy for opening up energy markets to renewable sources and exploring carbon pricing. Defense officials say. A Trump loyalists and former Fox News commentator has been moved into the Pentagon's top policy job. Just a few months after he failed to get through Senate confirmation because of offensive remarks he had made including about Islam, officials say. Anthony Kata, retired army one star general will be performing the duties of the undersecretary for defense policy. James Anderson, who had been acting under secretary resigned today, a day after President Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Officials spoke on condition of anonymity. A school board president in the San Francisco Bay area has resigned after his wife's racist comments about Vice President elect Kamala Harris raised an outcry. John Vander Low announced that he was last low meters elementary school district and Menlo Park. His wife, MEREDITH Phillips, Vander Low. Treatments about Harris is qualifications for vice president that all she needs to be qualified is a black and then a crude term for female genitalia. No brain needed. She also opposed to several other crude remarks, prompting dozens of parents took him and her husband's resignation and announcing his resignation. John Vander Liz said he didn't agree with his wife's reprehensible views. But given her pose, he said that His continued service will be a distraction from the work that needs to be done. John Vander, Lower former Google executive was elected to the school board in 2018 and Ed two years left in his term. MEREDITH Vander Low supporter of President Trump later apologized, then another post, saying her vulgar words were written in a moment of disappointment. Saying she was deeply sorry and ashamed. She said she's been taking medications for a debilitating neurological disease that had been winning herself from them in preparation for a scheduled hospitalization. Other board members of the district condemned the remark says racially based on gender based Hatred there, listening to the evening news on KPFK in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles, KFC F in Fresno, and we're going to take a brief break from this newscast in order to help raise funds for the Pacific Pacifica Radio archives, which hold 60,000 tape history of Pacifica radio going back to 1949. 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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"J s 705. I'm Toni Kroos along with Will Clark. Better known assassin Watch. I got a Sasquatch story has me a bit concerned if you've been anywhere near Scotland of late. Well, Cardinal, we'll discuss later. No, I have not exited the country recently. So I think we're in the clear. Dang it. I thought I had you. But now, I guess not. Ah, Let's see. It's probably not a good time if you were already on a Ah, but ah, tight rope. With the president. Ah, thinking about fire you We heard what last week that apparently the Defense Secretary Mark Casper's It could be in a bit of a quandary with the president about what that would be about, Um Unless there was some fallout from Ah, a spurs closing down the ship that had been, you know, head the covert attack. Not once but twice. But anyway, it looks like Spurs. Maybe out Lady by the name of Lisa Gordon Haggerty. Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, was forced to resign Friday. I don't know. Does he feel like some of these people are never Trumpers? Have we heard? I'm not quite sure Bonnie Glick was a deputy and use a I D use aid. And Neil Chatterjee, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and a former aide to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, was also sacked. Here's the thing about This Energy Regulatory Commission. Do you think that maybe Mr Neal Chair Chatterjee gets canned because The word was behind the scenes that the president wasn't happy that not enough people came out to support him on this now. Ted Cruz has come out Lindsey Graham after he won the election. Came out defending the president over the weekend, You know, and looking at boats, those kinds of things and others that have not or worn out. But prior to the election. You know they're they're seat wasn't up for grabs. But it is odd that some people that have been regulars supporting the president didn't didn't seem to come out as much, particularly those like I said, who I guess they want to run around on the coattails or didn't know howto handle this whole thing. So Yeah, I think there's some people that they were trying to figure out howto walk that line that you talked about between Do I go all in on the president and and see where it takes me or Do I do? I take a couple of steps back and see how the race goes from there. And Right time will tell how that plays out by its You know, I mean, we see Lindsey Graham back. He's Ben. I'd say it's close to the president. You could possibly get at this point. Without actually being the president. You look and Mark Meadows. He can't He went from Capitol Hill to being chief of staff and Um Daniel Barr, and he's now now. Not only does he have cove it, but barring some significant change in the vote count, he's out of a job. Because I mean, there's no scenario whatsoever where the Trump chief of staff gets toe hang around for the next administration. That's just like that's not gonna happen. So it's there's a lot of people who Who kind of Ah Went all in On the Trump plan and Some are still going to be in Washington in some capacity, and some are going to be a Updating their LinkedIn profiles over the next few. Yeah, well, it looks like like they want to see. I mean, obviously, there are a number of lawsuits going on throughout the nation, and I don't know how you Khun proceed with lawsuits I'm talking about They just kind of have to stay obey when you think before you until you firmly certify the election and those those numbers that you receive. Coming. The Biden transitions already started and you kind of have to do that. I mean, it takes a while to put together a full government right functional on January 20th. It's And I and I think to some extent, the trump Campaign probably has a plan in place for Because there's always turn over for a second term in the event that that there is a legal challenge that succeeds, but I don't see enough votes changing hands, and I think it's I mean, I I looked at the numbers every way I could look out over the weekend. I don't see a scenario where this happens again, Barring a legal challenge. Ah, I'd say that the best chances Georgia with the recount but again Even if the recount does change votes, it's not going to change enough of a margin statewide. Teo to make a difference, like what I'm hearing, you say is that when you were at the Breeder's Cup on Saturday, you were losing so badly, just our site to parlay that into some snow. When I was at the Breeder's Cup on Saturday, I happened to see a tweet from the president that said Rudy Giuliani was holding a press conference today. Yard and garden Center in south Philadelphia. That was, um that was interesting. I really don't have any words to describe it. Other than that, And then, of course, and deal kind of epitomize how this is bid so far in 2020. It was between an adult bookstore in a crematorium. Oh, that's not good. No, I don't know what that means. I mean, forget the politics of it between a crematorium. And But But of all the of all the places you picked a place That's there. It's that the the Republican Party representative for the Philadelphia area Says that they have no idea why they picked that place. The family that owns it is not particularly active in politics, so it's the there's the randomness. Just wanna know what happened. I don't think Yeah. Sometimes you gotta have people, right? Yeah. This praying the good spot. Can we go to a park? We gotta get to a break. Jill Celeste, you're joining us next about what A job by President could look like for the economy and the.

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"neil chatterjee" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"neil chatterjee" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Away. Scary stuff, man. I know. It happens. And in a paragraph under says, the state gas company, I won't mention here provided landowners with the fact sheet prepared by entitled quote and interstate natural gas facility on my land. What do I need to no end quote? Toiling on my porch. What do we do? Now. If you guys think. Thank come exaggerating. You can go to W, W dot Firkh, FERC dot gov. Or a fact specifically to this. I have to type it out, but I'll put it in Shonno's, firt dot gov slash resources Ford slash guides for slash gas. Ford slash gas dot PDF. David have a podcast, really? I'm not kidding. We should play that just for fun. What the hell we got time. Just so you guys can experience this with us. Yeah. It's called open access. That's the name of the guys. I I I s you not. Podcasts and videos, they have videos too. And she feels special now. I'm so scared of click this. They're going to know where I am. Really? I'm narrow Driscoll. Welcome to open access a for podcast today. We welcome back for chairman. Neil Chatterjee to the fogcast our final one of the year. Let me posit. So when I've scrolled back looked at all the episodes deferred, chairman is the only guy on the show ever. Okay. Thank you. Chairman. I understand that you recently participated in the conference of electronic regulators from across the Asia Pacific region. That's right. The end of November. I led a delegation participating in the twentieth. Eighteen Asian Pacific energy regulatory forum or April forum held in Tokyo, Japan. Okay. We're gonna positive play like maybe two more minutes of this. It is. So clearly blatantly obvious is so scripted that they're just doing read. I mean, I know we do read on our show. Okay. But we we've from time to time we break it, and we give commentary and we give perspective. Okay. These are straight up. Reading a script for its participation in. The April forum is a long-standing tradition commission delegation to the biannual conference inception more than a decade ago. I was proud to continue that tradition and to represent the commission at the conference. This forum provides an excellent platform for the US to exhibit leadership the international community and strengthen our relationship with regulators from the various other participate. Patting nations. I zip this year's April forum brought together high level high level representatives and staff from the electricity regulatory authorities of fourteen different countries across the Asia Pacific region over the court Asia this highly productive four day event. My peer regulators engaged on a variety of issues such as integration of storage and distributed energy resources how to deal with declining demand and how to incent where mission development not China's dialogues allowed for an opportunity to exchange lessons learned and best practices as well. As to reinforce furnace relationships with peer international regulators and their staff while at the forum. I actually also had the distinct privilege of executing new memorandum of understanding with the chairman of the Austrailia energy. Regulator Paula convoy that MOU will facilitate for technical exchange on electricity market regulation between Australia. Korea and the United States. Can you imagine? What that looks like. Because again, he's all happy. He says it all happy as I read it for my script. I just wrote an Emo you with another country. Imagine that just like I do for you, private landowners. Yeah. I'll pay you for access. But if you don't give it to me, I to do it. Anyway. What a wonderful world we live in. Yeah. So there's two minutes right there. And I don't know where the cheerful lady went. She disappeared behind the camera. She told the cue cards. I know, you know. People don't know this is happening and. This is just another example of. Of a how deep how far down the rabbit hole gone as a nation and people just they don't have a clue that do not have a clue. And when it happens, then they're up in arms, but it's too late. Now, there's nothing you can do about. Prevention is always the best route to go stop crap. Like this from happening. Don't don't just sit back and say, oh, they must be doing it for the good of the country. No, they're doing it for the good of their pockets. And it's not I wanna be clear, they didn't just start this this that passage I read to you. This has been going on at on time. So this is this is this is absolutely been adopted by the Dem's too. Got fooled by that that thinking that. Oh, well, they're just bashing on the Republicans in the Trump administration. No, no, this has been going on a long long time. Absolutely. Both both parties have adopted Klein singer. Yep. Because they get a lot of money from this industry. Lobbyists. And that's why this stuff has has not changed. I mean, I was NA meeting would for the for rep excuse me on one of our reservations. And he sat there proudly looked in the eyes of all the native people and said. We don't have to consult with you.

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