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Fresh update on "new york pennsylvania" discussed on Sean Hannity
"Again. The nation's top expert on coronavirus, Dr Anthony Fauci, says new federal guidelines are being revisited. I made the spread of the more contagious Delta variant New York City will now require city employees to either get the covid vaccine or submit to weekly testing. Mayor Bill de Blasio says. Some 45,000 city workers in congregate and residential settings will start August 16th and by September 13th, the whole workforce will have to abide. Republicans say it's shameful. The Department of Justice will not open a civil probe into the covid response and nursing homes in several states. The Trump Department of Justice requested data from New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan plus New Jersey last August amid still unanswered questions about whether some states especially New York, inadvertently worsened the pandemic Death toll by requiring nursing homes to accept patients previously hospitalized for Covid 19. Based on that review, the DOJ decided not to launch a civil rights investigation into whether the policies of.
U.S. Will Not Investigate Nursing Home Deaths in New York
"Pouring in after the Department of Justice says they will stop investigating New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for allegedly violating the rights of nursing home residents. The Department of Justice says it did start a probe in October of 2020 involving two nursing homes in New Jersey. Meanwhile, in New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan, there will be no further inquiry. As of right now, Governor Andrew Cuomo has faced backlash over an order from March 25th 2020 it require nursing homes except recovering covid night. Patients, according to a report by the state Attorney General Cuomo's administration under reported the number of deaths by not including residents who died at the hospital. This DOJ letter, prompting fiery backlash from critics who say more needs to be done. Foxes Alex Hogan reporting America is listening to Fox News.
DOJ seeks data on care home deaths in 4 Democrat-led states
"The DOJ is ordering several Democratic controlled states to hand over Copan 19 data from nursing homes. The DOJ has sent letters to the governor of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan, asking about orders which may have resulted in the deaths of thousands of nursing home residents. The department's civil rights division is trying to decide whether to launch investigations under a federal law that protects the rights of people in state run nursing homes and other facilities. Prosecutors want to know what orders requiring admission of covert 19 patients could have led to deaths. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington A
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"What parents need to expect from showcase. What the point of the showcases! If you don't have anything to showcase, don't go. They're expecting someone to pump you up. As if you did have something to showcase, and if you do have something to showcase, make sure you perform well. When your kid the opportunity, it's not A. Like. You said it's an. It's an objective measurement of your skills. You know if you want to check a measurement of your skills. You need to seek out. A coach or a? Of Your feedback on what you do well in what you don't do well on the field during Gameplay, but if you're just looking for what you measure. as far as baseball resume. That's what a showcases for it. You need to make sure you're ready to showcase that in front of people who are essentially objective, just measuring what you can do physically. Yeah Dan appreciate being on the show is a great conversation like I said I I do think we got a lot of the myths, and in the deeper part of the showcase grind, and said every share on The workload that you guys have and your message for players and I think this is really helpful for a lot of parents and families out there. I would I would I would welcome the opportunity to jump back. When. I like what you guys are doing and I I. WanNa. Keep pumping the positive message so any anything. I can do to help moving forward. You guys, please contact me and like if there's anyone. Listening has questions about anything. I'll shoot me a message and I'll be glad to the bottom. Yeah so if you're listening a podcast lane and once we get this edited and not. Follow Dan at at Dan C. E. V., e., T. T. on twitter Dan. Thanks and we will see you all next time on the morning brushback..
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Out on the Internet. That has your numbers on it, but. They're not inexpensive. Some people don't have the means to do so it's when I get people that come back with. They perceive as like a bad ranking by PBR. They feel like they got under served. It's like what we do we do. Another one like this is ranked higher, and if you look at the profile has been the three or four. Look the more you do of anything the better off. It's like the more you get in front of the same people, the better they're going to either have you're going to show better if you are better? Or they're going to have a different opinion. Every time they see you like. You can make a better impression of you're in front of them more if you only go to one. That's that's your impression, so if you ranked one hundred and you think you're better than the Kim's ranked twentieth, like regardless of the kid is ranked twentieth of gone five or six or ten PBR events like you have to show how he shows all the time. A few underperform at one. You're not just GONNA to put ahead of him. Because whatever like you're you perform better, your snapchat better. It gets all kind of relative and try and convey that to parents they. Everybody wants to be ranked high. I get it. You WanNa be competitive and kind of how you said. It's gotTa crap, she once you get past the forty or fifty ranch, because everyone kind of gets lumped together, so if you WANNA be above those kids or Bill Curve for sure you have to be in front of the those is more like if you want. Pbr New York to rank you higher like yeah, if you perform all your first one, Heathrow. Ninety one off the off the mountain like you're on the radar, but if you want to perform how you set, the the one can shows up like all of us eighty five lasting. You were seventy eight here. I don't know what to tell you buddy like seventy eight here. I can only do what I only put. Her rating I'm what I see I can't just go by word of mouth. To we had two guys New York State James. This past couple of days which? Are My soul away from my body? We had two guys in the twenty one. Eight ninety rights that we haven't seen ever. And because we're not working our butts off just because there's a lot of kids. Those kids weren't even those kids were not ranked. They'RE GONNA be seniors in high school. They deserve to be be the top team, but we have the Dow step. Is that mean that we're terrible what we do? Promo means we that means that it's an impossible task for us to. Be completely accurate. Okay, we are doing. We do the best we can with what we see and if you're a parent and you don't understand that because. That it's impossible and then undergo bobby hand. Honestly your come. Or perfect game event or a baseball fan prevent whatever event you go to, and your sole purpose is to be ranked. You should not be there like your urine. For the wrong reasons. You should be coming because you want to build your baseball resume. You want have an online that you could build descend to college coaches, the better your chances of getting to the next level in some capacity. That is what we're there for. We're not there to make sure that your ranking is perfect. We're there to make sure we have. Your numbers were video of report. Everything accurately bundle in one area for you then to Santa Colleges. You still need to do the homework. You need your word or and. I don't think anyone does environmentally do especially at least in the northeast. Nobody even close so it's you know i. get the ranking questions all the time. It is completely objective. If it's it's challenging. It's the hardest task we. I don't love it, but part of the job and we try to be fair honest as we can be. Were baseball guys so at least for baseball? Guys doing you know we're not just going off metrics and numbers. We might like something about a player. That's has weaker numbers, but we could see something. That's. Guys disincentives it's it's like an impossible, fast and yeah. Like you said with the the stats. That was really good insight for with the catcher stuff like the catcher. Stuff can't possibly be one hundred percent. Like a laser time, right? It just can't. Because you know they're going to cheat a little bit. You could like. You said you could stop them every single time they cheap. They're still going to continue to cheat. So I get that that's one. The coaches need to take with a grain of salt and just watch the guys and see which ones they like whatever, but for all these other sons bobby brought up like infielders throwing. From a three step crow hop as hard as they can across info to get velocity. They're not gonNA. Throw like that in a game ever either so when you start to break down the actual amount of like measurement. Of measurements that you can use to rank players objectively as possible. There's not that many like your arm. Strength Your exit veal. Oh, you're running speed. That's it. Those are the objective ones right, and then after that it starts to become okay this this through ninety two from a crow hop across the diamond, but He's also really good at like making the plays you know to his right side and he's got great footwork. That's all that's all subjective. That's all someone who's been around. The game is evaluating them. and. That's worth tricky. Were a parent might understand either ninety to cross a diamond through eighty six cross a diamond. NYC higher than me as a welcomes his feeder amazing, his hands are amazing, but there's no objective measurement tool for your hands as a player is there. We? GotTa Watch Yeah I. I talked Calico a couple years ago. He was like. We'd like to see. The love glove time because that's telling y'all are getting it in the glove getting out, they want. They don't care if they throw ninety across diamond, no one does. That's only a really weird situation a whole yeah. Yeah I mean. Time ground balls getting to second base and lessen the second or getting shortstop and lessen the second. You feel the seventy miles per hour if that yeah. Five right it's an easy. You're getting the guy our every time so it's yeah, it's I mean. Again the numbers like you said summer objective, and then we're doing the rankings. If. It's me it's my opinion. It's like it's I. Think this guy is slightly better and it's. That's tough on its bachelor. Tough business model because you push people out because they've the ranked one hundred ninety S, and they're like I'm never going back again the scrutiny..
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Basically like an invite only type thing area coates in Chicago. We have some called the silver black series, which was an invite only and PBR actually started in Chicago, so the first ever magazine was my graduating class high school, so we did like a showcase, an actual hard copy magazine. The thing that parents will have somewhere that write ups on everybody. actually pretty cool was like a you know. Something that never been done before, but everything was relative. If? You're taking three crow hops and thrown across the Diamond Heathrow eighty four, and the guy next throws ninety two. It's obvious that kid throw ninety two as just a better are like he's obviously not ninety two across the diamond in a game when his forward matters, and he's got to get rid of the ball, but it's all relative, and that's really what you're. You're measuring relative to everybody else. It's it's. It's my loans and easy. Was We're? We're as great a great source for information. McAleese, coaches. You, know they they need it, they. They can't be everywhere especially now. They can't be anywhere though. They use us, but they still have to make their own decisions, but. Like. Your skewed, the numbers it's like. It's just like you come and do your stop. Watch on the kids on it's we're not like we don't have a vested interest here to make it better or worse. It's just the number. It's like I. Say this. The radar gone is the humble. It has no heart. It it's not your travel coach. It's not your trainer. It's not your mom, your dad and tell me seventy eight and I don't care that you were told you through eighty five seventy eight today, and that's the reality of what we're GONNA put out. We're not going to change. Because you had eighty five old last week in your mind or for full, it's a hamlet, no heart. That's what the radar gun is. Now we have track man, which is the major league baseball literally the industry standard of technology. The Best Ball flight information. There is in the world in baseball and I will still get questions like. That can't be right. I'm like it's actually one hundred percent. Right like there's. It's the most right. It's ever been in the history of humankind, actually sir. Authorites Campbell Yeah. It's like it's not my opinion. It's like we use lasers for sixties now because we got that. My my son ran a six six on the track with his track coach, and you had him at a seven to you must did it wrong no ma'am. We are using lasers. No human air which even NFL combine doesn't use laser laser, still right or manage. The longest time they kept getting faster because they were laser on one, but hand timed on the other, and they didn't WANNA and they didn't want to go to do elazer's and and this is outdated information that they could have changed by now, but at least as of a couple of years ago. They don't want to go two lasers because time going to start slowing down. And every year there's a little increase guys getting fast, or they're more four fours and four threes which are like insane. And they didn't want to take a step back. Which I kind of get, but it's still like. Why are we not using? Lasers fell combine on both ends. I think the. Issue that was all starts. Of False starts with lines, we do it all the time like the kid lifts his leg before he starts, it triggers A. The the the fall starts is probably the biggest issue with the two way. Both Yeah that would make sense in baseball because the baseball stealing stance, you always do a false start like that's the most. It's the most anatomically efficient way to to run like your front lifts up. It goes underneath you and then go forward. That's been something that's been like debunked over time we will. You gotTa Mash that foot into the ground, and then go forward when in reality, the best friends in the world I. You look at Ricky Henderson. He had a false step every time his front foot lifts up. Go slightly back because it puts you in an efficient position, and then you take off, so I guess that makes sense right with guys in that stance. They probably do it all like literally every time right? Yeah, I mean, and it goes back to what Bobby said like. We have six guys at a showcase a six eight. which is. Really really premium athleticism straight-line athleticism superpower. Cows goats still needs to know this guy to run the base. Is this guy know how to like track a Balmy off? Like just because you have a lead speed doesn't mean you play with a League speak. Okay I've seen guys around seven one seven to better phenomenal outfielders. Take the bus routes. They played better than a common six thousand. For. Sure and we have that experience because we see it. We seem games. We Scalp Highschool. Season we scout tournaments. our workload. I'm not trying to to our home for our workload is insane and it. It's it's extremely. Long and puns of tons of games and stuff on her belt. We're not just seeing guys in a showcase, and that's it we we. We do this twenty four seven out the vow. You know we're we're. We have risked recovering tournaments this week last week of twenty four teams in Pennsylvania. Not if no PBR, it's literally me sending guys. They're paying guys to scout a tournament. MOPING on fields nothing. It's just grinding for players. So it's it's frustrating and observed when people saw off, have no literally no flu about one. There's often ball and I don't. I I guess someone chiming in on twitter here I'm GONNA paraphrase this kind of long, but basically ASCII said the the numbers are objective. But what about the ranking so?.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"We had to two sets of every way up to one twenty five, so we had two pairs of one thousand two pairs of one ten two pairs of one. Oh Five's insane set of Dumbbell, so we got so we go pick them up. which is about five hours away. And we rented the big truck. You could rent, so it was like a you know I don't know like sixteen footer truckers on whatever the biggest thing you get around without. Have Africa have Z. Deal and we get to stay. It takes us four hours to low them out by hand. Because we were stupid, didn't bring like hand trucks and stuff we have farmers. Walk all these these weights up. And then we put them in this drug, and it was so far overloaded. It was like insane because we've all those dumbbells we also bought. A bunch of weight plates some barbells. And it was like five thousand pounds over the trucks limit ellios really unsafe, bad thing to suit and shaking his head. And surgery you can imagine. Then, we had a blizzard essentially, so it was snowing. Be Hallway and I was driving and I was like I'm going to kill Lucas as soon as I've made any turn the whole truck. Dislike kept wanting to go that way. Yeah! It was terrifying house white, knuckling it the whole way. It was blizzard ing. We had way too much weight in the back. I'M GONNA kill my business partner. We just become partners. I'm like this is the worst and it was. So I have a little bit of under a preseason. What you mean it by? The way they probably saved your ass. Could've? Retired! Could've dude. It was scary and Peoria Illinois for those who've been there is really whiny like into the city and we'd go through the house like not. We're not doing that. I made an executive decision to take another hour route to go onto a flatter place because I like there's no way I'm going to take some of those curves downhill on the stroke like now. I'll tell you let me tell a quick story super. We had all the time you need to hand. Just I'm driving down interstate. On Pennsylvania. Familiar with that, and it's a little whiny, I'm near in between voice, PA and steakhouse. Okay, so the guy's a little idea. Raft I'm going down interstate eighty. I have asked with me in the coiled. Tubing, unit. We're going down around van. Going around sixty five miles an hour, we blow a front tyre. Fly. Blow a front tyre. And your first initial thing is to hit the trail rate. which you do not do because we're going. We're going downhill sixty five miles an hour hundred thousand pounds. We have a clip. Up here! We stood for probably seven hundred feet. On Long Skit, I will play this, March. As soon as that happened, I started looking for other other jobs because I was scared to death the drive after that happened back I- bagging to drive the crane, which is almost like a truck. It wasn't as heavy it was. It was way easier to control. The back end of the trailer started to move a little bit. That woulda tipped. We would all die I. Mean we would have literally died, so it was. It was the scariest thing ever and. Telling you I, don't know if baseball helped me through that but. A my experiences in the Appalachian League. Probably got me through it. I got booed out my first year I. GO OFF TO FIT and. The crowd. It's your home crowds I'm giving up five slot in the first thing. They got one out of my home. Crowd is literally doing doing. With a fresh graphic. I got this guy yelling in the to throw. A knuckleball is in the end of things in the stands I'm getting booed as like they call me I throw over thirty fifth just like they have a real over thirty in the first innings. Your like your. why had like thirty five pitches out? They come out and told me and I'm like getting booed I remember going into in in the shower to shower, and I sat in my locker like my second or third starting for a while and I'm like. What the hell that I just get into like I? Just dominate everybody in high school, and literally I am getting crushed Dufferin core. Hit them all so far from that might. it was it was insane. The Danville braves loaded, and they had Brian McCann ESCA val be as I mean. They were unbelievable for advanced rookie and I was, but behind years at eighteen years old. Knots. Bailey would leak. You guys are going to see real quick I like junk all over the place, and that's what we doing the show anyway. I mean we back and forth. I mean I love talking? Driving whatever I've got driving horror stories. We can stay on that for a couple of hours by. What's your favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger movie? Kindergarten COP. That's the worst pick I mean I expect. The worst. A big. Throwback I was watching the running man recently. Such a weird me just. The whole time just making arnold noises away, that's. Why You Watch went to I went to big league spring training with the royals and my across the hall from the Cross. The thing was cal Farnsworth. That is who made me WanNa be these. 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"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"What parents need to expect from a showcase. What the point of the showcase is. If you don't have anything to showcase, don't go expecting someone to pump you up as if you did have something that showcase, and if you have something to showcase, make sure you perform well when you're a kid, the. It's not A. Like you said it's an. It's an objective measurement of your skills. You know if you want US objective measurement of your skills. You need to seek out. A coach or scout to give you feedback on what you do well, and what you don't do well on the field during game play, but if you're just looking for what you measure. as far as baseball resume. That's what I showcases for any to make sure you're ready to showcase that in front of people who are essentially objective, just measuring what you can do physically. Yeah Dan, appreciate you being on the show, a great conversation I I do think we got a lot of the myths and and the deeper part of the showcase And like I, said I appreciate you sharing the. The work that you guys have and your message for players I think this is really helpful for a lot of parents and out there. I would I would I would welcome the opportunity. Jump back to the guys whenever. Likely. Guys are doing and. I WANNA. Keep pumping the positive message so any anything I can do to help moving forward. You guys, please contact me and like if there's anyone here, listening that has questions about anything I'll shoot me a message and I'll be glad. To chat with you about him. Yeah, so if you're listening. In podcast once we get this edited and up. Follow Dan at Dan. E. T.! On Twitter Dan thanks again, and we will see you all next time on the morning brushback..
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"A day as biased against my son, and he's outranking him I enough. My son offers that's I can't I if there are situations like there are very few and far between, and it's probably not happening to your own kid. It's there's a disconnect with. A is your son doing enough to be on the same level as the kid that you're comparing him to. What about what about just the simple fact that? We're we're? We're providing the that form, but these colleges are making their decision, and they all have their own things that they see fit for their program the. You can have a very similar flair, but the college coach has a different feel for what he sees or what he likes. That has an often the other one doesn't. There's you know logically that has anything to do with me or what we're doing by. Always come off that way. It comes off like vista gun a better opportunity because you tweeted about him. Three, guys we to three hundred social media false scouting sort of tweets now guys, pitchers hitters defenders that we like. Over three days three hundred over three days. And there will still be awesome. The right music you didn't. You didn't post enough on the catchers or you didn't post enough on. The infield feels like things are moving fast. My guys are a little there for twenty hours. But we put three hundred guys off. We also livestream to one hundred seventy nine colleges. We also thirty five colleges there in person to watch like. If there's not a bigger platform I don't was and. You'll never make everyone happy and unfortunately I have really thin. Skin and. If. It really bothers me because I know what my staff was doing. I know I mean they're providing for their families it what we're doing. And, they're working their butts off and it's just sometimes it can be really frustrating for the most part it's it's. It's really really positive. Everyone appreciates what we do. You're always going to have young people that are negative or you're always going to have. People don't like what they're doing because they feel like. They should have got more, or you know it's just. That's just life, isn't it? How is not the were living in? This guy shouldn't be the president of a company. We shouldn't be the director. President the United States. I got exhibited. That right we could go down a whole nother rabbit hole that so it's. Best, we don't. Well to your point, Yes for people that don't realize I I've seen your twitter feed recently and. was on the BBC in New York and doing some prep for the show today. It's an exhausting amount of work going through video and editing it for people that don't know I mean even my youtube videos. The ones that are simpler for those of you watch my youtube channel where it's just me talking to the camera and now a lot of production. It still takes me two hours. Start to finish to record it. Edit hosted. Do all that stuff, and then if you're going through all this video for all these kids, you're cutting out the forty seconds. Where actually show themselves well? And then you're figuring out who this kid is. What their numbers are all putting like. It's a lot of work for one friggin twenty second video post. It's a lot of work and so when I look into your feet. I'm like Oh my God, this is. You've a lot of people to help him with that and it's a lot of work, but it's still. It's just a lot, i. mean we try to do as a my Kademi when we did our own couple combines? It's just amount of work, so yeah I, mean I. Appreciate and I'm like look. The the recruiting process is different for everyone i. mean some kids can get the whole thing done without going to a single showcase if they're good enough. If they're really good about sending emails, they take their own videos and they send them out. I mean there's a different way to do this for everybody, but it mean to have resources in those vr and there's lack round APP. If you WANNA get your video tweeted out. There's all these different ways to do it. But and you're right I. Mean Back to your question about comparing. To other place in the country I think that's a really unique. It's a unique positive spin for kids today because when I was I, remember when I was a high school senior I just didn't understand why. No one cared like I'm like where the scouts wh. Why aren't they I'm pretty good, aren't I? I had no idea I had heard about Gavin. Floyd, who is getting drafted year before me. Maybe, he's a more years older than me, but he was like getting four million dollars. He's in the Baltimore Sun I'm like wow, that's so cool, Mike, but not one person called me and you'll understand the difference at all between me throwing seventy eight to eighty one and Gavin Floyd, throwing ninety to ninety four as a high school junior. You know with heaven's sake. Yeah, I mean. Yeah, you'd like us. Don't understand. That is such a massive gap. There's like the biggest gap ever. And so now you can see. All these different kids, and like y you don't y. you're not committed Texas Christian. As, as a freshman or sophomore, whatever, but at the same time I think, it also be a pit of despair for kids who are like. Why don't I throw ninety? Two is a freshman. It's like because. That's not normal. Because you're freak of nature, deck is a freak of nature, and you can't train yourself out of that, too. I mean, where do you fall on that day? I mean you feel like kids can. There's got to be. It's I. Think it's probably hard for them to say this is good for me to compare myself to others because I can work harder. This is the standard. I'll be held to, but the Sames I am. Why don't I? Why can't I do that right? There's some of that too. I'm a I'm a big big believer in real honest southbound highway. Looking in the mirror and being real. I think you can get better. Everyone can get better. You can work hard, and you can achieve more things. You can get faster. You can throw a little bit harder if you get stronger and more flexible than you and you put a routine. But there's guys that are going to always be that. There's going to be guys actually born to play baseball. They're going to have insane. Fat S twitch. Muscles are GonNa have really flexible joints, and they're gonNA. Throw super hard. They're going to be longer. They're gonNA, have long arms. They're going whatever it is. That's just going to be the way the game is I never worked out in high school and I think ninety one. It is it is just how God building, and and this was back in win. This was two thousand two thousand. I got drafted in two thousand, two and ninety one back then was like one hundred sixteen today I gotTa believe ninety one back then. Pretty Damn, good. And that's that's why I say that because kids today like people in general. Don't have a frame of reference anymore like if you go back every five years..
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"The first month you get, we give you, New York Fremont I think they do it around the whole state, the watcher video. And so you can go now. Look at everyone's state every every kid and start comparing yourself so. That is a huge huge tool. For Development and am I right or am I wrong? Bob. Videos huge it's just the disconnect. Of parents who want the best for their kids that are also biased towards their own kids I mean I run a program? I was telling Dan. You'll through tax. The last two days has been getting parent after parent. Coming at me like my son should be playing more. Whatever issues have with their own team? And it's like I first of all. I'm not in it to. Be biased like there's I don't take anything out on a fifteen year old kid or a sixteen year old kid if he's playing while he's GonNa play more if he's struggling. He's GonNa play less. This is the world which you live if you there's only nine spots in the field, and there's anywhere from twelve to fifteen players on the team. You don't always get to play every game you're not. It's not recreational. Because at once you get to the high school age. It's too expensive for you to want to do anything, but try and take it to the college level, and if you're not trying to do that, you're probably playing the wrong. Club team or sport? I mean it's not a. it's not like your. You know your eleven. You team where it's just a bunch of neighborhood. Kids in your playing together But at the same token it's it's like yet like you said there's there's so many kids out there that you can find information on. And yet your son has no offers and the kid who's the ways the same is the same height has twenty offers. Is that kid who has all the offers? What's he doing that? Your Son's not? It's not.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Out on the Internet. That has your numbers on it. But. They're not inexpensive, and some people don't have the means to do so it's when I get people that come back with. They perceive as like a bad ranking by PBR. They feel like they got under served. It's like what we do. Another one like this is ranked higher and if you look at us, beaver profile has been a three or four. Looked the more you do of anything the better off. It's like the more you get in front of the same people. The better they're going to either have A. You're gonNA either show better if you are better. Or they're going to have a different opinion. Every time they see you like. You can make a better impression of here in front of them more. If you only go to one, that's it. That's your impression, so if you ranked one hundred and you think you're better than the Kim's twentieth. Like regardless of the twentieth if he's gone five or six or ten PBR events like. You have to show how he shows all the time. A few underperform at one. You're not just going to be put ahead of him. Because whatever like you're you perform better? Your snacks are better. All relative and I try and convey that to parents. It's like they. Everybody wants to be ranked high. I. Get it. You want to be competitive. Kinda how you said it's gotta the crap. She wants to get past the forty or fifty ranch. Because everyone kinda gets lumped together, so if you want to be above those kids or other benefits. For. Sure you have to be in front of the those is more like if you want. Pbr New York to rank you higher like yeah, if you perform all your, I wanNA. Throw Ninety one off the off the mound like you're on the radar, but if you want to perform how you set, The one kid shows up all eighty five last week while you were seventy eight here. I don't know what to tell you buddy like you were here. I can only do what I only put her rating on. What I see I can't go by. You know two things. We had two guys New York State James. The past couple of days which. Part of my soul away from my body. We had two guys. In the twenty one class. Eight ninety loo right is that we haven't seen ever and now because we're not out working our butts off just because there's a lot of kids, those kids weren't even those kids were not ranked. They'RE GONNA be seniors in high school. They deserve. Top fifteen, but we have to step. Does that mean that we're terrible? We all know that means we. That means that it's an impossible task for us to. Be completely accurate. Okay, we are doing the best we can with what we see, and if you're a parent and you don't understand that because we met, it's impossible and then undergo bobbies, honestly, if you're come into VR event or perfect game event or a baseball, fact prevents whatever event you go to and your sole purpose, there is to be ranked. You should not be there like you're for the wrong reasons. You should be coming because you want to build your baseball resume. You WanNa have an area online that you can build descend to college coaches, the better your chances of getting to the next level in some capacity. That is what we're there for. We're not there to make sure that your ranking is perfect. We're there to make sure we have your numbers. Your video of report everything accurate, but in one area for you than to send the colleges. You still needed to the homework. You need to your word and. I don't think anyone does byerly do especially. In the northeast nobody even close so it's you know I get the ranking questions all the time. It is completely objective. It's it's challenging. It's the hardest task we do I don't love it, but part of the job and we try to be as fair honest as we can be. Were baseball guys so at least for baseball? Guys doing it? You know we're not just going off metrics and numbers. We might like something about a player that has weaker numbers, but we we see Funchal. That's. As. You guys disincentives. It's it's like an impossible task. Is One of those while like you said with the the stats. That was really good insight for with the catcher of stuff like the catcher. Stuff can't possibly be one hundred percent. Like laser time right like it just can't. Because you know they're going to cheat a little bit, you could like. You said you could stop every single time. They cheap, but they're still going to continue to cheat so I i. get that that's one P.. Coaches need to take with a grain of salt and just watch the guys and see which ones they like whatever, but for all these other guys like bobby brought up like infielders throwing. A three step crow! Harza can across the Infield to get velocity. They're not gonNA. Throw that in a game ever either so when you start to break down the actual amount of like measurement. Of measurements that you can use to rank players objectively as possible. There's not really that many like your arm. Strength Your exit veal. Oh, you're running speed. That's it those objectives ones right and then after that it starts to become. Okay this this your through from Accra hop across diamond, but. He's also really good at like making the plays to his right side and he's got great footwork. That's all it's all subjective. That's all someone who's been around. The game is evaluating them. And that's where it's really tricky. were apparent might understand the game I get there ninety to cross a diamond through eighty six cross, a diamond, y higher the because feeder amazing. His hands are amazing, but there's no objective measurement tool for your hands as a player Zor. We I was not. You GotTa Watch. I talked to a college coach a couple years ago. He was like. We we'd like to see. Love the glove time because that's telling you yellow. They're getting into getting out of it. We they want. They don't care if they throw ninety across diamond. No, no one does. That's only a really weird situation a whole yeah. Farm Yeah..
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"I can see a little bit maybe how how he acts in outing but like. You know it's very tough to do make him. The people don't WanNa. Make that argument. You. Get on get Outta my line. I got no time for it because you're not being realistic, you don't. You're not thinking about the scope of. So on and with the rankings, I've I kind of like two little insights, but even for me as a coach when I had twelve pitchers on one of my. Team Staff. There wasn't a significant difference between me ranking like one of my pitchers like making a depth chart like hey, Timmy's number seven on my listen and Janis number eight, and he's more nine like when you get out of the top like four or five or everyone beyond that is like kind of He could be sick, so he could be a secret. Be My third string shores opera, my fourth string and I had a scout. Friends say the same thing. He's like look after the top ten rounds. He's like it's kind of a crap. Shoot of about where guys go, you'd go in the thirteenth. Thirteenth round. You could just as easily go in the thirty second round. He said there just isn't this like. We know that he's better than this person. And so I can imagine. You've seen a bunch of pitchers. What's the difference between a player ranked forty seventh and fifty I. There's no difference that's where I think a dome. You speak for you, but in my experience ranking just doing depth charts in my own academy, and like analyzing players, there's no difference between a players ranked one away and one thirteenth. It's just it's just the way they get folded into. It I mean that's my perspective. Where you on. The stuff and I take I take because I'm left handed and I also think wachner south. Or the value though I have a lefty, that's got a nice little arm action, and maybe the frame start a lot of time to develop and strength training. Before this you know in this century. In the baseball world like you can project. These guys are probably going to get better because they're gonNA work how they're going to get more physical. Though VIC- and eighty mile an hour left me with a clean arm, and I have an eighty four. Already that just early in this has strength I might have I might. Weigh in on the left E. being slightly better, and or the travel coach is going to say we're. We saw were terrible. We don't know how to do rankings because on eighty four guys below eighty guy. That's just my pendant. That's my volume. As the same owner that sets the way we do rankings to make my opinion, but that's just an opinion is not an absolute, you know. I might like an outfielder better than I like at first Baseman I might like a guy that swings it better than a really slick defender I. Don't know it's just it's just really it's up in like when you get past fifty. It is impossible it's. Because, then you type, you have to start keeping track of people you'll go. This guy is good. He needs to be ranked. Does he go beyond above number, sixty three, or is number seventy two. It's. Doing this, that's the issues with like when you're dealing with parents because I'm on the youth side and used to be as well like I I have a lot of parents that they asked me pbr worth it worth it. Said you need to do on like you need to get something.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"An invite only type thing were eric coates in Chicago have some called silver black series, which was an invite only and PBR, actually started in Chicago, so the first ever magazine was my graduating class highschool, so we did like a showcase. An actual hard copy magazine in Paris will have somewhere that write ups on everybody. actually pretty cool was like you know. Something that never been done before, but everything was relative. If. Like if you're taking three crops thrown across the diamond and Heathrow eighty four and the guy, next thing throws ninety two. It's obviously kid of throwing ninety. Two better are like he's obviously not ninety two across the diamond in a game when it's for work, and he's got to get rid of the ball, but it's all relative, and that's really what you're you're measuring. To everybody else. It's it's my lungs and easy for. We're great a great source for information. And the coaches. You, know they they. They need it, they they can't be everywhere. Can't be anywhere though. They use us, but they still have to make their own decisions, but. Like? Your skewed the numbers it's like. It it's just like listen you. Come and do your stop. Watch on the candidates on it's. We're not like we don't have a vested interest here to make it better or worse. It's just the number. It's like I say this. The radar gone is the humble. It has no heart it does. It's not your travel coach. It's not your trainer. It's not your mom or your dad, and tell me seventy eight and I. don't care that you were told you through eighty five, or says seventy eight today, and that's the reality of what we're GONNA put out we're not gonNA change. because. You had eighty five last week in your mind or for full, it's a homeland, no heart. That's the radar gun is now we have track man, which is in major league baseball was literally industry standard of technology. The, Best Ball, flight information there is in the world in baseball and I will still get questions like. That can't be I'm like it's actually one hundred percent. Right like there's not. It's the most right. It's ever been in the history of humankind actually. It's like it's not my opinion. It's like we use lasers for sixties now because we got that. My my son ran a six on the track with his track coach, and you had seven to you. You must did it wrong no ma'am. We are using lasers. No human air which even NFL combine doesn't use laser laser. Still right her manage if. I'm of the longest time they kept getting faster because they were laser on one end, but hand timed on the other end didn't want it, and they didn't WanNa go to dual lasers, and and this is outdated information that they could have changed it by now, but at least a couple of years ago. They didn't want to go to two lasers because time start slowing down. And every year there's a little increase guys getting fast, or they're more four fours and four threes which are like insane. And they didn't want to take a step back. Which I kind of get, but it's still like. Why are we not using? Lasers fell combine on both ends. Think the issue with that was all sorts. Of faults are two bubbles. We we run into it all the time like the kid lifts his leg before he starts, it triggers. The the false starts are probably the biggest issue with the to weigh. Both hands Yeah? That would make sense in baseball because the baseball stealing stance, you'd always do a false start like that's the most. It's the most anatomically efficient way to run like your front foot lifts up goes underneath you and then you go forward. That's been something that's been like debunked overtime like we will. You gotTa Mash that foot into the ground and then go forward, but in reality the best friend is in the world I. Mean You look at Ricky Henderson? He had a false step every time his front foot lifts up slightly back. Because it puts you officiant position, and then you take off so I guess that makes sense right with guys in that stance. They probably all like ev literally every time right? Yeah I mean, and it goes back to what bobby just like. We can have six guys at a showcase on six eight K, which is really really premium athleticism, straight line athleticism now superpower cows goats still needs to know this guy to run the base. This guy know how to like track a Balmy off like just because you have a speed doesn't mean you play will leave speed. Okay! I've seen guys. Run Seven one seven twos better. Phenomenal outfielders take the bus routes. They played better than a non six. For sure and we have that experience because we see it, we see them in games. We Scalp High Highschool Season we scout tournaments. our workload. I'm not trying to to our home. Our workload is insane and it's it's extremely. Long and puns of tons of games and and stop on our will. We're not just seeing guys in the showcase, and that's it we we, we twenty four seven. We're out. We're out in the VOWEL. We're we're we have risked recovered determines this week. We cover my last week of twenty four teams in Pennsylvania. No PBR it's literally me sending guys. They're paying is to scout a tournament. Are. Low Rosana fields nothing. It's just Brian for the players. So it's it's frustrating and observed when people. have no literally no flu about one dollars off and. I got. I guess someone chime in a.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"You know I want you to I want you to. Show me how you feel and I was like well. We don't have anything onsite to throw. No, Doug. I went and my grab some rocks. You know rocks throwing rocks on the side and work boots, overalls, showing you know. The Guy was trying to show off to his guys. I got I got an expo player on my staff. You know normally them. So. I started doing that and I was like I'm GonNa keep on a little bit and. Two weeks of thrown rocks in Ohio. I, asked the Guy Hey can I go to a child in Allentown Pennsylvania. and. He said you take a company truck. Headquarters you just use. Take it you go come back. We won't say a word so I did that. I got halfway. It was pouring rain. The Guy Tax me the a major league scouting bureau guy this. This was even have that anymore. Major League scouting. Bureau guys says Hey. We gotTA cancel the trial. And and I was like well. I'm like halfway and I got I gotta do this, and so he said. I'll get. I'll get a multiple catcher will find the bullpen, and once it clears up, you throw. I did that I got to I got to throw and. Believe, it or not like. I was ninety four to ninety seven from the left side and. I hadn't thrown that hard I was ninety one ninety three very much through all my entire career wall Sonam swinging sledgehammers, physical y'all get Manse, cranked and non throw ninety, four, ninety seven. And I remember thinking okay, said listen. I don't know what this means I have to put it out on the water that every. And I drove back in the company truck I got about halfway and had like seven office to be back into pro ball, so snaps when I set him. Many I'm going to do this. Again I'm still young. Enough might tied down anything and I'm going to get after it, so my I had my agent from what I played still really good friends that hey a set up a workout I had like fifteen teams down in Florida I went to embry riddle familiar with that one I'm real. The coaches awesome down there he was like hey, come down to my guys and will host. It was it was great, so I did that of sitting ninety three ninety six. Solid eighty-three monitor slider, which is the best I've ever throw a slider. In my life and I had I literally had to negotiate four. Signed with the pirates and wanted to Aa with them. Did the big league spring kind the next year and It was it was awesome. I got the play my home state and Altoona and. Now, that fast I want to. I went to the winter leagues played and. Ended up deciding to jump into the world and. I'll be honest. You guys like I. Love I love Lamb, and I love the traveling, and and the and the grind trying to get to the big, leagues. Like every time you went out your brothers yet, brothers on the other side. You had brothers Vol- fan. But you still you're competing right. You're still trying to outdo everybody because you want to get the big leagues and I thought that really. Really taught me a lot about you know just working through life and all the town is it gives you because maybe at workplace with someone. You both want to be that next level, Java. With it's a friend years and you gotta find a way to get through those kind of things so. So. Happy what I'm doing now help. Styles, kids and There's a lot of there's a lot of bad eggs in the baseball world. I can promise you guys that me and my staff to the PA. We are as the good guys, and we're working very hard for the player now and I think that's that's easily seen by what we do on social media. What we do at our client's long long wizard answer well, so we jump back. If this is like our movie script here so once you got signed. What was the word from the guys on the oil field? While, they were. They were happy for me, They. They thought it was cool from the start that they had a guy that played pro ball. That was good I mean I. was I was with guys from Oklahoma Texas. They're all up in the northeast and they didn't know anybody. And you know I I haven't solid personality so like we got along really well and like I, said I worked. I worked hard I wasn't I'm not lazy, so I worked hard and people respected at eight. You out here. People respect that. And I think they also thought it was cool that I was able to advance. Really fast like the crane license was actually a really big I can go operate a crane in any state right now. which is pretty wild. Thank you honestly like I can go do that. Make seventy five bucks an hour I wanted. Sponge. Bobby and his jeep right here and just like talk him in the river and say. Up and set him numb, really nice easily. Yeah, we have we doesn't. And It's cool driving. See The you guys know how much. Pressure, when you're I was driving a coiled tubing unit away two hundred and eighty thousand pounds. Coiled Tubing Unit as Dan. Are. You got to clarify what these things are so? So, if anyone that cares with probably no one does, and that's the FBI. No, but go on. We do any of this a FRAC. A fracking unit is like. They've. Go down the Galley ever well, they they create these. Safety stages trying to get natural gas out of the ground. That's like that's like early. Not explanation of what it is. A coil to unit is the coil that goes down in the ground about six thousand feet, and then those out another six thousand feet, and it either cleans the. Or drills plugs. They put plugs in each day to. You throw them housing. Start getting natural gas walk. Like I said hopefully cares. About, but that's what quotes. And we had you have to operate. The coil through a school goes down. You know you all that you have to watch weights and all this. lubrication down the whole y'all poppy zoo is a lot of there's a lot of things to, and it's. It is dangerous for the all natural gas like really deep in the ground and. That's why I went to law school and all that stuff. Is Really really complicated and it's. The tech is crazy that I mean you said six thousand feet like that's so deep into the ground. Berdyansk crazy, and then it goes mile. Isn't that over a mile? Then you go another email. Go down a mile out of mile summer longer than ABS little farther you get away the more weight and stuff the pressure you have to work. Look at because you know you're getting weaker. The farther you get away from the under unit, but yeah. I'm driving those around the hills of West Virginia hundred thousand pounds. I'm telling. You WanNa. Talk about the tight. Pitching in the ninth inning with Baseload Nafa driving a coil tubing union with people in the thing that one hundred eight thousand pounds on downhills and uphills. Scary ships Naga I actually have a slight experience with with that kind of thing so when? Hear me out, Wa. He's had never had a commercial driver's license, but in two thousand one A. Two thousand thirteen and two hundred twelve. My business partner Lucas cooking I, we I was a really good shopper for strength equipment in our my academy, so I was always looking for like surplus auctions and stuff like that I finally I was holding out for dumbbells for forever is if you've ever bought dumbbells, they're crazy expensive. You've one sixty pound dumbbell that ninety bucks. And then you need another one. That's also ninety bucks. It's like the worst value for what I mean. dumbbells sit on the rack most the time, right?.
Multiple states requiring visitors from hot spots to quarantine
"More cities and states are ordering quarantines for Florida residents traveling to them beyond the holiday weekend. The latest in Chicago, who's new 14 day quarantine requirement will go into effect on Monday, July 6th, the Tri State area of New York, Pennsylvania cancers. Massachusetts, New Mexico and Vermont are among those that have travel restrictions were people traveling from Corona virus. Hot spots
Live - Throwing Copper
"Hello everybody. Welcome to audio judo. I'm Matthew I'm kyle. Thanks for joining us today. Indeed Al How're you doing? I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing well? That's good it's good to hear. Superman does good. I do well very nice. Thanks thirty rock. We got some business I do. Oh good let's talk earlier this week. We were lucky enough to talk to One of my musical idols. Fish the ex lead singer of a progressive rock band from that. Was that still around now. But was very popular in the eighties Very continues to popularity in Europe not so much in the states The band's name was Meridian fish is about to release his final studio album later this year and he was gracious enough to join us from his home in Scotland and chat for about forty five minutes or so. It was great Since our timeline might be out of wack currently That episode mice most likely aired before this one did so if you are joining us for the first time to listen to this episode. I encourage you to go back. And listen to that one as well Gave us some great info about the current state of the music industry regarding re Corona Virus. Yeah and some other super stuff as well as well as cooking. Lovely lamb dinner for his mother while he was on the phone with us so that was a great interview. I really enjoyed it. That was fun is fun. Talk to once. You can understand what he's saying. I'm just kidding. That's surprisingly had no problem with that. Just a couple words yet. A Scottish before we had talked to matthew was like Ilyas a Scottish brogue in his voice and I was like okay. So I'm really going to pay attention. I picked it right up. I don't know how good I mean. It wasn't fancy than me. I guess that's good. Yeah there was only one time where I was kind of like. What was that word but that I think we both looked at each other. Like what the heck was that word but we got ammos great. We got it through context. I believe yeah also Again since I don't know exactly when this will be airing I'm not entirely sure where we will be. In the Corona Virus Saga Twenty Twenty. Either way the crisis it has affected everyone including independent artists trying to carve out a living back in October. We interviewed a band of Kentucky. Named the cold stares they're great ban really wonderful guys And this crisis hit them. Quite hard. Cancelled all their gigs. That they had lined up for the summer as well as putting a stop to some of their teaching gigs for the time. Being since most of those are done in person they put together a special t shirt that they are selling for twenty five bucks to help supplement their lost other. I bought a couple And if you'd like to buy one or just have a look at them Encourage you to go to their merchandise site. It's the cold stares dot square dot site. Anything you can do to help out would be appreciated that includes paying for some downloads. Listen their music or whatever but your independent artists out. There is most likely struggling big time so if you want to listen to them or you have one in particular that you enjoy listening to throw him a couple of downloads. Do whatever you to help them out because this is a very difficult time for everybody. Yes it is. That's all I have for old business. So this week's choice. Nineteen ninety four album throwing copper by the group live just so we're clear. This was one of my favorite bands from that period. And this record is probably my top fifteen. Those lists are always really difficult kind of weird to make. I'm not saying that this is one of the top fifteen records ever made or that. I even think this is one of the best top fifteen records that I could listen to. It's just one of those records that I go back to a few months and listen to us to have a permanent place in my multi. Cd Changer and it's one of those records at shows up in my top plays when spotify. Geezer your list at the end of the year. So was it trunk mounted multi play. Cd player it was. That's nice. It's very ah Nice. He had a removable one as well. That was an different car. But Julio that was a fancy with the little handle how Mr Rich Roller Rare. It's all it's all for the music so live. The band consists of four guys. Chad gracey on drums Chad Taylor on guitar to Chad's a Patrick Dole Heimer on bass and Ed Kowalczyk on vocals and guitar. They have been together since the mid eighties when they were all in their middle teens. Typical suburbanite garage band They were founded in York. Pennsylvania originally called public affection but renamed themselves live in the nineteen eighties right before they got a record deal. Oh they regularly played. Cbgb's in New York. Those concerts help secure their first record deal. Nineteen Ninety one nineteen ninety-one New Year's eve of Nineteen ninety-one to be exact. They released their first album mental jewelry. And that was the first I ever heard of them or saw them to be more precise oh I saw them and heard them for the first time on. Mtv's twenty minutes It was for song called operation. Spirit the tyranny of tradition and it was very direct for me when I first thought it caught me off guard. It was very jarring so I was at that time. Nineteen year old kid about three months away from meeting my future wife smoking. A lot of we'd drink a lot of beer very angry and confused about my life and prospects I've been raised. Catholic went to Catholic school and was jaded mad about a lot of things I had been raised to believe. We're true. My parents were devout Catholics. My was a permanent deacon in the Catholic Church which in Catholicism is as close as you can get to being a priest without actually becoming one more than anything because he had been married. I my mom also had a certificate in theology from the seminary which as close as you can get to being a nun without actually being one more than anything because she had been married. I pattern here. So they taught classes on sexuality and marriage so yeah it was weird. Oh boy that's very weird however that was fun as was very strange but they were not strict. Like you would expect. Yeah I had to go to church every Sunday But I still watch rated movies. My parents drank. They knew I did too so it was fine but I was angry because it all seemed like a big scam to me And I realized that we're kind of far afield from music but it's kind of relevant so when I was a kid I was really bought into this charade I was an altar boy sang in the choir played. Drums and a host of different events at the church went to Catholic school and I believed what I was being taught because that was what I was raised to believe but then I got into high school and I started forming the person I was going to become and began to think for myself I started. Look things look things differently right? I went to a pretty liberal Catholic highschool and in our religion classes which were daily especially towards senior year. We were encouraged at some point to explore different religions. I'm sure it was under the guise of comparison shopping but it opened a lot of is because other religions or spiritual practices made a lot more sense than the pomp and tradition of Catholicism especially like during Easter or something.
Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US
"There's this organization and it's called the covert tracking project is a volunteer run effort to track the outbreak this article by Reuters this morning I remember the CDC recommended that that we don't ease anything until cases fall for fourteen days right in each state well again according to the code tracking project here are the states that for the past four to five weeks FC they fall in their in their cases number of new cases and they are Hawaii Idaho Louisiana Michigan Montana Nevada New York Pennsylvania and Florida four to five weeks now here are the ones that have reported declines for two weeks in Alice's showed this Arkansas Colorado Massachusetts New Jersey and Rhode Island why are we hearing this Flores cases have been down it's not a huge number but is down zero point seven percent now I don't know about you but I want this information I wonder where it is safe for me to go and not go we are not open minded in Broward yet I understand that but we have been open for the rest of the state for quite awhile so was Tennessee and so has Georgia Tennessee as a reduction of forty nine percent the new cases Georgia as a reduction to now Kentucky is gone up they think a large part of them they don't have a lot of cases in a lot of debts but the number has gone up I think a part when I break and I believe it was because of a a a meat packing plant either that or prison I was confused by what they were trying to tell me but that's you know that they can they can other words they're finding where the operators are they know where they're coming from and then they can go in and do whatever they can to stop and that's the whole idea behind us that's why testing is
How does the COVID-19 pandemic compare to the last pandemic
"We got just got to see the cable guy tweeted over the weekend that watching people drive a long wearing their mask in their car by themselves he realized how easy it would be to start a cult in this country I will looked on several social media sites over the weekend and I noticed that there are these people who are being heralded as heroes for screaming a bunch of F. bombs at how mad they are and everyone else is not wearing a mask which is so incredibly rational it's just insanely irrational you know you you've created your own opinion on this matter but if you're of the opinion that most of the sickness has occurred with the nursing homes and that now we know that five different states New York Pennsylvania and California among them we're forcing nursing homes to take covert nineteen patients which is basically doing everything you can to incubate the virus it really does make you wonder it's it's fascinating to me that this what we're going through right now happened in nineteen sixty nine but the response is it was so markedly different by every indication levels of contagion number of deaths although there were far more in nineteen sixty nine this exact same thing happened in nineteen sixty nine and yet America went on the same way we do with the flu season every year and then you have to ask the question what why is it so different dish this time why did everything come to a halt why did everyone panic and I've given this a lot of thought one theory is that this is the perfect way to slow the economy because with that economy trump was touting under four percent unemployment stock market thirty thousand hope was cruising to re election so throwing a crisis in the way would be the only chance because Joe Biden can't do it you have to you have to have something else that would gum up the works okay so so what I will buy that that at least softened Americans on the left to be willing to do this all right I'll go for that because it's been largely media driven and that's why much like the Chinese they've tried to silence anyone who disagreed with the response to all this the second reason is because of social media which we didn't have in nineteen sixty nine so with social media people's paranoia can be exaggerated and shared and and and grow exponentially like a cancer and in one person's fear can can now can paralyze lots of other people so still there is that thought and then there is as we've talked about the the sort of helicopter parent era we live in and how many children have been raised into that hello helicopter parent era and now they're the ones dominating the social media pages because they're in their twenties and thirties now and maybe that's just a perfect storm and maybe that's what will happen going forward maybe that's how we're going to react to the flu season every maybe just every every winter and spring will just shut down the economy but I don't think so I don't think that's what it is I think it's a combination of the earlier reasons and I think in fact I'm sure they won all this sorts itself out when the dust settles on all of this and people realize that what they've lost is not well why don't I go to work for a month but that they've lost their job and it's not coming back and that unemployment is going to be as much fun when it runs out it there won't be a job waiting for you remember that job that was eight miles from your house it was convenient to paid you enough to live in you might not like that job but take that job away and don't give you another one and how long does it take until those people start begging the government to give them more money I thought we do is take some calls early in the show as we go through this process asked to your personal experiences and I'll give you one I've noticed that going to restaurants especially restaurants that are normally busy have a certain vibe to them have a certain energy that it's not the same yes they're technically open but it has all the positive energy of an I. C. U. room in fact
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Till the American people become the ultimate jury Matt Telerate John McLaughlin do you think John McLaughlin that either Bernie Sanders or suing Joe Biden have enough delegates to win those nomination out right or is there going to be a fight and if there's a fight how does that emerge I think I think that one of them's going to get the the the delegate count and tomorrow's critical because of Sanders maintained his momentum that all the sudden he's two or three hundred delegates over Biden he's on his way because March seventeenth you've got big states like Illinois and Ohio and and also you have a Arizona Florida and Florida is the place where he could get stopped but after that you're coming into like April to April twentieth you have a New York Pennsylvania and it could go that long but right now the whole democratic settlement is in a panic because what they're afraid of the bottom line on this is there free that Donald Trump whether it's by no one as soon as they get reelected and changes could be biting on this message of corporate greed going right home to buy do you agree with that assessment and do you see any scenario under which Hillary or Michelle Obama you're brought in Matt Terry I don't see that scenario here's the reason because I know I agree with that now says John has I think Sanders is most likely to emerge between the two but but it it could be close when you get two individuals like this have been invested in this campaign for years they are not going to step aside at that convention for some other name and I don't believe that the delegates who are pledged to them are going to allow that to happen so in my opinion you're not going to have a brokered convention in the sense that you have some third party swooped in and suddenly you have been doing a single thing in the last year and a half S. lieutenant suddenly become the nominee for president nana Addo knowing politics having been one at one time and all is well I know how politicians think they will not let that happen so will the person that has the most delegates get it that's the may that's the next question John I believe so I believe because it's very hard to stop the momentum we saw four years ago when we were in the trump campaign and as good as the president kept racking up delegates we had the momentum and we wanted in Indiana when we won Indiana we secured it and even though they the insiders would still try to take it away they could not because the people spoke and the people of the Democrat party you're speaking well that's what man of what I thought and worked his magic for the president for that period of time they work with them all right manpower John McLaughlin our posters will know a lot more after tomorrow and it should be very interesting eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program millennials were they going to vote now that they have the lowest unemployment record low unemployment youth unemployment African American youth unemployment demographically where is this headed we'll check in with Charlie Kirk then our medical team will weigh in on the corona virus and the president's handling of it and the Democrats politicizing of it as we continue this Monday edition of the Sean Hannity show the voice of New York seven ten W. O. R. so we've got fifty four degrees at four thirty good.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on KTOK
"Till the American people become the ultimate jury Matt Telerate John McLaughlin do you think John McLaughlin that either Bernie Sanders or suing Joe Biden have enough delegates to win this nomination out right or is there going to be a fight and if there's a fight how does that emerge I think I think that one of them's going to get the the the delegate count and tomorrow's critical because of Sanders maintains his momentum that all the sudden he's two or three hundred delegates over Biden he's on his way because March seventeenth you've got big states like Illinois and Ohio and the and also you have a Arizona Florida and Florida is a place where you can stop but after that you're coming into like April to April twenty eight you have a New York Pennsylvania and it could go that long but right now the whole democratic settlement is in a panic because what they're afraid of the bottom line on this is their frayed that Donald Trump whether it's by no way Sanders to get reelected and Sanders could be biting on this message of corporate greed going writer hunter by do you agree with that assessment and do you see any scenario under which Hillary or Michelle Obama you're brought in Matt Terry I don't see that scenario here's the reason because and I agree with that now says John has I think Sanders is most likely to emerge between the two but but it it could be close when you get up to individuals like this have been invested in this campaign for years they are not going to step aside at that convention for some other name and I don't believe that the delegates who are pledged to them are going to allow that to happen so in my opinion you're not going to have a brokered convention in the sense that you have some third party swoop in and suddenly you have been doing a single thing in the last year and a half S. lieutenant suddenly become the nominee for president nana Addo knowing politics having been one at one time at all well I know how politicians think they will not let that happen so will the person that has the most delegates get it that's the may that's the next question John I believe so I believe because it's very hard to stop the momentum we saw four years ago when we were in the trump campaign and as good as the president kept racking up delegates we had the momentum and we wanted in Indiana well we won Indiana we secured it and even though they the insiders which still trying to take it away they could not because the people spoke and the people of the Democrat party you're speaking well that's what man of what I thought and worked his magic for the president for that period of time they work with them all right manpower John McLaughlin our posters will know a lot more after tomorrow and it should be very interesting eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program millennials were they going to vote now that they have the lowest unemployment record low unemployment youth unemployment African American youth unemployment demographically where is this headed double check in with Charlie Kirk then are a medical team will weigh in on the corona virus and the president's handling of it and the Democrats politicizing of it as we continue this Monday edition of.
China Indicates Trade War Talks With The U.S. Are Improving
"President trump went on twitter yesterday to note a record high in the stock market. A new record the president wrote enjoy exclamation point the market rose after reports reports that the US and China had had agreed to rollback some tariffs between the two countries. Now an important thing to note is those reports came from China's Commerce Ministry. There has been no official announcement on this yet from US negotiators but White House. Press Secretary. Stephanie Grisham told Fox News that negotiations are moving in the right direction and I can not get ahead of talks with China but we are very very optimistic that we will reach a deal soon and and hopefully have some good news to report or that was White House Secretary White House press secretary. Stephanie Grisham we now have a different White House official trade advisor Peter Navarro on the line. Good Morning Mister. Naral thing our you today very well. Thanks thanks so China came out and said there is phase one of a deal we're going to agree to lift some tariffs on each other the US and China the US has not confirmed that yet. Can you confirm. Is there a deal as their phase. One deal I can confirm that. There is no agreement to remove any of the existing terror as a condition of signing interface. One deal and the only person who really can make that decision is President Donald. J trump If you don't hear it from Bowser sure Robert Lighthizer trade representative than It's not a real and if you don't hear from President trump that did come right out of the the administrative propaganda as it were. In China. was widely misreported. The products. Talk about that. If there's no deal to roll back tariffs wise China in a saying there. Is You referenced propaganda. What do you think is going on here? Well some companies joking me yesterday as the real negotiations which. I don't really start until you have a handshake shit. Deal is worth what we had October Basically they're they're trying to renegotiate or retrieve the October deal I don't fault all Kim for that's kind of what they do but the reality is What is on the table is there's terrorists coming in December December fifteenth We would would be willing. I think again. It's up to the president to postpone those terrorists realize but let's remember December fifteen th one but not roll back any existing terrorists. That's the fine distinction here but the terrorists are really necessary defense against China's economic aggression against the United States. They are also the only insurance policy. We have China will come to the negotiating table embark faith and if you give away any of the existing terrorists run the very real. Don't risk that you'll never get to phase two or three and I. I think your listeners need down or stand that there's there's seven things we're trying to get done and the phase one only gets about two of them done I WanNa ask you about the The possibility that the US would back off on the tariffs that are scheduled for December fifteenth. Now that's one hundred hundred sixty billion dollars of tariffs on Chinese products mostly on consumer electronics. You're saying maybe the US would would would not do that. Would not tariffs on those products. Why why is that? Well we have terrorists on Existing products The the additional channel terrorists That we would be put in place are would be a goodwill gesture to get us to phase two or three again the idea would be to To maybe wait a little while but I you know not my place here negotiate in public. which is what the Chinese were doing yesterday? I think what's important to the American people understand is is is that China is actively engage economic regression. They commit what I call the seven deadly sins It's force technology. Don't have time for all seven. I'm so sorry although I do throw the American people understand. We are getting hammered by China and I think they do they really broad support from American people on President you in trump's tough stand on China bipartisan support on Capitol Hill. That's it is. There is a wrinkle here. Though for the president we have had in this country. Three straight months of manufacturing contraction that is unusual we've had job losses in manufacturing in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. These are states that the president wants to win manufacturers openly. Blame the trade war. The president must have people telling him. It's time to move on this right. I would assume don't dispute all of what you're saying. They're basically what I'm saying is in the numbers just Yes hidden despite the evidence Obama abiding years they lost two hundred thousand manufacture just ask. You aren't the numbers we've added five hundred thousand in manufacturing jobs. The unemployment rate is the lowest sentenced Ben since man walked on the moon wages rising life. Life's good for America's better than than it was during the previous administration. I myself when you work. Every single day. Trying to create good manufacturing coaching jobs for the real mobility this country people who work for their hands president trump's doing a great job in that and I can take through the baronet Wisconsin Oshkosh. It was constantly Lima Ohio York Pennsylvania. Greenville South Carolina. I'll take you there. We go on a tour. I'll show you all the good manufacturing jobs Mr Navarro top losses. Your those are still occurring. Wait how straight advisor. Nabil thank you so much for taking the time we really appreciate it.
As Employment Rises, African American Transplants Ride Jobs Wave To The South
"Support for this NPR podcast. And the following message come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox seeing, and instead of closing this Memorial Day weekend may twenty fourth and twenty fifth. The UPS store is doing another thing altogether. Opening the UPS store every anger for small business, and of course shipping. The jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations NPR's Danielle Czeslaw reports, Britney Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. Here. Washer dryer your standard. It's beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and a green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter, Erla Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare. They're her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing. We're looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always in the top five, it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte. So they made the move. We did have the idea. If you know, we may go down here for a year. We don't like it, then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey in Illinois, and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at a health insurance company doing community outreach. He starts Monday actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as a university career, counselor opportunities for black folks, the south, and that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron endure North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left the south to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that Hobie got the Harlem renaissance and Chicago blues. These are all a part of the story of the great. Gration as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more connections than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian Tom Hinchey, it says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing is especially an issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many. African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where wages have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis at one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night and a special education teacher during the day. I'm what I call over employed. I have two jobs and I'm still trying to make us. Dennis says raising two daughters as a single mom on a teacher salary, has forced her into a sixty five hour workweek a couple days later. I join her morning routine flushing, it's still dark as she gets ready to drive her daughter to school hard, part is just make sure I get up actually I get up in the morning. That's the hard part. Sure, I can actually drive there. Mus- Dennis owned her townhouse in a middle class neighborhood called university city and the value of her home has increased in recent years, but our Texas have gone up, too. As mused Dennis strains to make a living. Brittany smith. The Detroit transplant is not as overextended she and her husband, both work jobs. They love and they have just one child, she feeds her daughter era, a pouch of organic, sweet potatoes here. I am a transplant that come has come down here enough taken advantage of all these opportunities. Now, some of it may be too. I have an education insane from a husband, but also it made me actually my husband and I had to look at ways that we can help bridge, the gap the structural issues that keep many African Americans unemployed or underpaid are difficult to fix but a strong economy opens more paths to success. And that's the experience of the Smith, family and millions of other African Americans who are starting new lives in the south Daniela, Chaz low NPR news Charlotte.
Sebastian Maniscalco, Alligator Ali And Trust Lutheran Village discussed on Waddle & Silvy
"Senior living facility. I watched the Sebastian Maniscalco. Special over the weekend. He has a whole bit about this new emotional support animal people have emotional support peacocks. And now here we have an allegation all support you said peacock, right, right? Emotional support alligator visit senior living facility. Come on joy hanney's alligator Ali is three years old and about four and a half feet long. The unorthodox pet quickly turned heads on Monday. As he walked on a leash through the spirit. Trust Lutheran village at sprinkled drive in York, Pennsylvania while some were understandably apprehensive
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on KCRW
"Two men and a woman suffered non threatening injuries. President Trump says he looks forward to meeting with North Korea's leader Kim Jong UN saying in a tweet today that chairman Kim realizes so well, the North Korea possesses great economic potential. You're listening to NPR news from Culver City, California. So here are the numbers on this New Year's day. There will be more than three hundred twenty eight million people in the United States NPR's shell curly reports every region of the country has seen its population grow the US census bureau's population Clark, which stimulates the real time growth of the country shows that in the US there's likely to be one birth during the new year every eight seconds and one death every ten seconds plus net. International migration is expected to add one person to the US population. Every thirty four seconds. That means overall there's a net gain of one person in the United States every eighteen seconds, the states with the most people are California, Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois. The census clock shows the world population totals more than seven and a half billion this New Year's day, Cheryl, corley, NPR news, Chicago today, a man claiming to be the brother of an American currently. In Russian custody on charges of spying has come forward to defend him. David Whelan using the Twitter handle David p Whelan posted a tweet today saying his brother was detained in Moscow on Friday as an alleged spy attached to the tweet was what appeared to be a statement from the family saying they are deeply concerned for their son and brother Russian security services said they detained a man named Paul Whalen last Friday on espionage charges. You're listening to NPR news KCRW sponsors include net. Netflix presenting original film from Joel and Ethan Coen, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs a film about the exploration of life's joys and woes set against the backdrop of the American frontier awards eligible. Support for NPR comes from i-drive maker of remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's max.
Reputation precedes 'El Chapo' as US trial approaches
"To becoming one of the world's richest drug lords, his attorneys had said they needed more time to review thousands of pages of documents related to the witnesses that will testify the judge rejected their argument, however, saying nobody will be as ready to try the case as they'd like on either side. Given the complex nature of the proceedings James flippin NBC, News Radio New York, Pennsylvania congressman, Mike Doyle is calling for action following the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Doyle stressed that responsible speech needs to start at the top noting that just because we can say something doesn't mean we should the Democrats said political rhetoric needs to be toned down. And viewpoints of all Americans need to be respected. Police in
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In general. Do you see how insidious is their special assistant attorneys general they don't work for the state, but they answer to the state attorney general under terms of the arrangement the fellows work solely to advance progressive environmental policy at a time when democratic state attorneys general have investigated and sued Exxon Mobil and other energy companies over alleged damage due to climate change, although many government agencies have employees is funded by outside. Sources critics say using special interest money for targeted government action is inappropriate. Yeah. I'm one critic who would say that. This is outrageous, New York, Pennsylvania, are you happy with this. Christopher Horner, a senior fellow at the competitive Enterprise Institute who wrote a report on the NYU center said the fellowships come with specific strings attached quoting him. Now, the AG offices must agree to use prosecutors to advance progressive clean, energy, climate, change, and environmental legal positions. Horner set. David hayes. The center's executive director did not respond to multiple requests for comment. I'm sure he didn't because we got him. We got him dead to rights. We got him red handed. Bloomberg throws millions of dollars at this NYU program, the NYU then hires attorneys hired guns places them in the offices of the attorney general attorney general doesn't come out of his budget doesn't come out of the state budget. They answer to the general the, you know, who's bidding they're doing. They're not doing the bidding of you the voter you the people in those states they're doing the bidding of where the money's coming from. This program at NYU funded by Bloomberg that specifically then sues Exxon Mobil, Chesapeake web, whatever oil company in this country. Or sues the PA and the Trump administration trying to shut down progress. Trying to shut down our economy trying to shut down fracking or oil drilling. So that they can do the bidding of the well-funded environmental wackos. And this is going on in your state and disrupting the progress of our federal government and the EPA that President Trump is in charge of and why because they can't win at the ballot box. They can't win in the elections. And so they just throw a bunch of money at lawyers, and they try to sue everybody to try to get their way and try to push their agenda. I'm Larry O'Connor. This is the Mark Levin show. Mm-hmm. Have you ever thought about the word education? Well, it means to lead fourth the word fourth raises another question which way is fourth. How do you know, you're going in the right direction? These answer. Is it just depends on which way you want to go. Well, my friend Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College says young people almost always say that and that they've been taught to say that. But you and I both know that's the wrong answer. Let me tell you about a place that.
Harley-Davidson vs. Trump: Who's right, who's wrong?
"On the day's top story huge victory for the trump administration as the supreme court of the united states ruled five four straight down party lines like you'd expect him to vote in favor of the trump travel ban we were joined at the top of the show this afternoon by abc's meghan hughes on capitol hill and i asked her this surprise anybody for court watchers this wasn't a huge surprise a lot of people thought the court's decision in december sort of telegraph this the justices did allow the travel ban and this policy to take full effect even as the court fight was continuing on so that seemed to be some indicate an indication and then also during the oral arguments back in april we heard from justice kennedy who as you know is is often i swing vote and one that that court watchers really try to listen to during these arguments and he was ask taking a lot of questions giving the impression that he thought the supreme court and the justice system in general shouldn't be second guessing the president on matters of national security and that's really what this decision and what chief justice roberts i write a lot about it's not necessarily an endorsement of the president's policy and in fact he goes to great lengths not to express any viewpoint on whether or not he believes that this policy is sound or constitutional but rather the president's power and broad powers to deal with issues like immigration and national security abc's meagan hughes in washington and then we touched base about the harley davidson story course yesterday hd announced it was shifting the production not the manufacturer but the production of the parts of the bikes it's selling to the european union over to the european union in a couple of years after they get things set up and that was before president trump on a tweet storm this morning about harley davidson threatening them basically with new taxes are either tariffs in their decision so i reached out to my friend bob altaf who owns eighty ferro harley davidson snorts star in downtown and centennial park harley davidson and aston the reaction of dealers like himself across the country to these tariffs many dealers i'm sure are in support of what the president's trying to do he is trying to bring tariffs down worldwide as they relate to many many industries in the united states we give an example farmers agricultural products dairy can't be sent to the european union and places like canada or china without terrorists that have been in that thirty percent range for a long long time president does the like that we don't like that as i said we would all prefer zero tariffs anywhere harley now finds itself in that same position when the president refers to the announcement that we made about the kansas city plant closing there was a completion of two different issues harley had long since prior to that announced that they were going to build one of these complete knockdown plants in thailand to serve our asian customers the jobs at kansas city were simply being transferred to our facility in york pennsylvania that did not get reported in the press and i'm not sure that the president understands that any better than most americans do but the fact of the matter is that the kansas city plant is being consolidated to kansas city york simply because of the demand factors in the us has nothing to do with highland never did so i think that you know in the final analysis these are complex matters i'm the i'm the steward of one hundred six year old harley davidson dealership the oldest in the world we've never sold a bike that was not manufactured munitis states i don't expect to great stuff from bob altaf you can always access the interviews maybe you just catch a clip of him here at this portion of the show you were probably out doing what you do and maybe didn't catch the long form addition after the show josh has posted a wtvn dot com on the what are your company podcast page now.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"About the thousands of innocent victims that were taken from their families in new york pennsylvania and the pentagon it was about the dozens of friends he lost that day who made up the bulk of the city's leadership and it was about the hundreds of police and firemen who gave their lives to remind they long wandering america that there are values worth fighting and dying for and in the days and months that followed that was the legacy that the gotham gazelle strove valiantly to preserve the man made the moment and the moment made the man and you also have to remember why juliana juliani was never a national politician i wrote in two thousand and six in the very same book he cannot win west of the hudson for numerous reasons mainly because of his liberalism and his experience during and after nine eleven which was so transforming that it would be difficult to translate his popularity back into politics without diminishing it you see i wrote not every day is september eleventh most days are like september tenth a president gets up has breakfast passes bill signs executive orders appoints judges chooses cabinet members and every day the gotham gazelle spends in the white house is another day we would be holding our breath the last six years have been hard enough i wrote after four years giuliani could turn the whole country blue in every sense of the word and that is because giuliani is a political liberal but we're not talking about his liberalism or as conservativism we're talking about his mistakes as a lawyer in the most high profile case of our lifetime and that is the mistakes he is making by grandstanding on behalf of donald trump i'll be right back join the savage nation call now eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two.
Baltimore County, Wbal and Robert discussed on Derek Hunter
"News team this uba al newsradio ten nine sunshine scattered clouds at one thirty forty five degrees on troy johnson commissioner darryl desouza says he's feeling good about the downward trend in violent crime happening in baltimore i'm just getting some positive feedback on how to communities engaging wilshire information and it's really touching my heart in the right place and we just need to use that will mentioned going for the remainder of the year the sousa tells wbal c four earlier today he knows there's a big challenge ahead but his department is up for it he also says bpd is using predictive policing technology that will forecast crimes allowing police to deploy engage the community in a positive way maryland state police continue to investigate a terrible early morning crash on six ninety five leaving two people dead troopers say eighty eight year old joran long of york pennsylvania was driving a small suv the wrong way on the inner loop of the beltway and hit a sedan head on long pronounced dead at the scene of family says she left home to run an errand she was reported missing which she didn't return second driver's name has not been released pending notification of the family in montgomery county authorities have reached a plea deal in the case against alwyn chen he's the seventeen year old student accused of bringing a gun to school just a day after the school massacre in parkland florida chen facing jail time in the incident a hearing on the plea scheduled for april twenty fourth from the abc news desk at thirties launching an investigation into a fatal nypd police shooting of a man with a mental health issue in brooklyn last night official officers were responding to multiple reports but man threatening people with a gun turned out to be a metal pipe my understanding is nypd will be publicly disclosing the nine one one calls publicly disclosing any video that they receive and we're going to be as transparent as we can in the situation understanding that will be a formal full investigations new york there bill de blasio the parents of the mansion he'd vessel says their son was bipolar but not on medication they say the death was unwarranted i'm robert lying in the wbal twenty four hour broadcast center it's veto override day in an apples we'll have the latest on that baltimore county seeks to keep it school safer another recovery day on wall street and round one of the masters join stacy lyn may today three wbal news now i'm troy johnson more news coming up at two o'clock right here on wbal newsradio ten ninety and the wbal app wbal newsradio.
H.R. McMaster replaced by John Bolton as national security adviser
"To a one point three trillion dollars funding bill critics are calling a real budget buster bill came to the floor with the support of the senate leadership starting with majority leader mitch mcconnell he said the bill does several things a one the largest you're on your funding increase of our warfighters in fifteen years minority leader charles schumer said he likes the bill because it reinvests in the often overlooked middleclass we feel like the budget agreement and this spending bill is a very important and significant start to turning the tide around together with tax reform legislation this omnibus bill will add more than two trillion dollars to the deficit over a decade linda kenyon washington following big losses yesterday wall street futures lower this morning fears of us china trade war roiling markets both here and abroad president trump replacing his national security adviser hr mcmaster with former un ambassador john bolton in another high profile personnel change the president announced that bolton will take over for mcmaster on april nine the move comes after several weeks of talked at mcmaster would soon leave the administration mr trump tweeted that mcmaster did an outstanding job and will always remain my friend the president is adding a hawkish foreign policy voice to his team at a time of critical decisions on iran and north korea greg clugston washington to york pennsylvania firefighters are dead two others injured marshall collapse of a former piano factory which have been heavily damaged in a fire and a new york city firefighter has been killed battling a basement fire in harlem a sixteen year old girl who was shot at her maryland high.
"new york pennsylvania" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"Downloads of this show are available on potty matic dot com and the potty matic mobile app listen all your new yorkers hello by hip no one's eating dinner except my dad's what's up everybody it's ten o'clock on monday night which means it's time for the next best thing dealer jesus i'm your host at jonathan be lerner and i'll be with you for the next two hours well get ready don't go anywhere we have a great great great great great show lined up for you tonight by can't eating contain myself but before we get to any of that we'd like to kick the show up by doing what we always do and that is review all of the great and the not so great things that have happened on meth hey this day in history today is november twenty seven national crafted jerky day and national bo varian cream pie day and i declare as national what the four are these days day on this day in some tino one onder celsius was born in sweden was the inventor of the celsius thermometer on this day in nineteen ten at new york's pennsylvania station old put on this very day and nineteen fifty seven the number one song in america was jailhouse rock sung by elvis presley i say sung by because it was not written by hand on this very day seventy 1978 san francisco mayor jorge mosconi end city supervisor harvey milk late gay rights activist there was shot to death writing side of city hall by de henne white a former supervisor likely closet case and clearly nut job it's a big day in american history and an even bigger day and gay history if you're gay and you didn't know that that's what happened on this day and within i don't know what to say your name is probably ray i'm going to kick you right in the days thing governor the bay i'm an idiot also on this day important to note.