35 Burst results for "November"

Stocks end September down 9.3%, worst month since March 2020

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 47 min ago

Stocks end September down 9.3%, worst month since March 2020

"Stocks into September down 9.3% the worst month since March 2020 I'm Norman hall Wall Street closed out a miserable September with the S&P's worst Motley sketch since March 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic crashed global markets It ended the month with the 9.3% loss and posted it third straight losing quarter It's now at its lowest level since November 2020 is down by more than a quarter since the start of the year The main reason financial markets continue to struggle as fear about a possible recession as interest rates soar with hopes of beating down the high inflation that swept the world The Dow dropped 500 points to NASDAQ slid nearly 162 points I Norman hall

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Election Recon's Latest Report Suggests Red Tsunami This November

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Election Recon's Latest Report Suggests Red Tsunami This November

"Organization, they put together all the polling data and they've determined, okay, here's what the election is going to look like. And our friend Jack posobiec over at human events actually actually published this information and it shows the Republicans retaking both the Senate and the House, and I think the Democrats know this is going to happen. That when you look at what's really going on in the minds of the voters, it has nothing to do with abortion. That people are concerned about the economy. People are concerned about crime. They're concerned about the border, but they're not concerned about abortion. Abortion is not anywhere on the radar. Now this is a group called election recon, and they've released their 2022 predictions. They believe the Senate is going to be in the control of the Republicans. 52% chance of then taking control, the Republicans gaining one seat so it would be 51 seats for the Republicans, 49 seats for the Democrats and you got to throw in the vice president there. She breaks the tie. There's an 88% chance that the Republicans retake the house, Republicans would gain 17 seats. The governors favored to retain their majority 91% chance. This is looking like a massive tsunami, a political tsunami is about to hit Washington, D.C., and the Democrats know this, and they're looking for someone to blame.

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Chris Farrell Chats With Sebastian About National Security

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 1 d ago

Chris Farrell Chats With Sebastian About National Security

"Would be on your list of when it comes to your specialty, national security counterintelligence, what kind of things could a serious Congress start to do in November or should do? Yeah, it's really overwhelming because the size. It is. And I can hop and skip from topics, so we talked briefly about Mallorca's and the border fentanyl in cartels, I mean, it could go on and on. But our mission counter intelligence before. As a discipline, we just don't do it properly anymore. That at all. Why? Well, let's start there. Why does America the most powerful intelligence conglomerate in the world? Not do counterintelligence properly. There's a computer for reasons. One is it's not very sexy. And there's not a lot of publicity around it. Right. And if you do it right, no one knows. But during the Cold War, we did it well. We did. We didn't know. And that's a beautiful thing. And we won. In part, because we did do it well. And nobody knows a lot of this stuff. And that's fine. It's good. But I love navy seals. They're wonderful people, but they have a great press, and they put out movies and they believe. Believe their own press releases and all that kind of good stuff. But if you're really busy doing your job and you're doing it effectively, it doesn't happen. Right.

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U.K. Prime Minister Defends Tax Cuts as Market Unrest Continues

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

U.K. Prime Minister Defends Tax Cuts as Market Unrest Continues

"Britain's prime minister has defended her recent economic plan which has seen a significant negative reaction from financial markets prime minister Liz truss made her first comments to the media since the government announced billions in tax cuts which drove the pound to record lows trust said the difficult decisions were made to get the economy growing To reduce our tax burden to make sure we grow the economy and also curb inflation The announcement of a stimulus program that included $48 billion of tax cuts with no spending reductions and no independent economic assessments set markets into a state of alarm An economics expert said he hoped the government would have learned from the response over the past week when it comes to set out its economic plans in full in November I hope is that having been

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Benny Johnson Weighs in on the Left 'Getting Rid of Hurricanes'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 d ago

Benny Johnson Weighs in on the Left 'Getting Rid of Hurricanes'

"Benny, I don't know if you heard this or not, but Democrats are now running on the promise that if we elect them in November, they're going to get rid of hurricanes. Amy Klobuchar cut 66. The snow woman herself says, you put Democrats in power, we're going to get rid of hurricanes. Play cut 66. We just did something about climate change for the first time in decades. That's why we've got to win this as that hurricane bears down on Florida. We got to win in the midterms. We understand that we got to win Benny because Democrats will make hurricanes go away. Yeah, so you had a segment so seconds ago you were talking about someone who emailed you and said that, you know, people in Russia are now believing in God. Man, nothing will make you believe in God more than a witnessing this, this kind of a storm. And the kind of the magnitude of nature itself, it really does make you feel small in comparison. It is something that has been happening forever here. Every one of my neighbors is flipped through tons of hurricanes. Obviously, this is something that normally happens in Florida. It hasn't hit Tampa in quite a while, but these people are simply hedonists, right? They don't believe in God. So they believe that they can control the weather. They say this all the time. Barack Obama says he's going to lower the waters, right? Well, right before he builds his mansions on the right on the water. That's right. Maybe that's because he has the power to lower, but it's just classic hedonism, man. Claiming that we're in charge of nature and that we are God on this earth and, you know, nothing will make you believe in God more than standing in the middle of hurricane.

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Matt Boyle Shares His Predictions for MAGA Success in Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 3 d ago

Matt Boyle Shares His Predictions for MAGA Success in Congress

"Couple of times already, we've mentioned the midterms of Matt Boyle. Here's my big question for you as somebody who knows the swamp better than anyone else who's been following and writing about the politics here for years and years and years. Exciting. Lots of, I mean, what is it? The president Trump is a what a 150 to 9 record of interest. Some absurd best efforts. Best ever times like a thousand. So exciting. Maga candidates, American first candidates crushing it. But here's my big, so what? Okay, they can win. They can come into the house coming to the Senate going to state legislatures. But without a change in leadership, because Matt Gaetz isn't going to be the Speaker of the House, right? We're not going to have a maga leader of the Senate. So it kind of grinds to a halt often November or can America first with president Trump coming around the corner for 2024. Can maga success be reflected actually in Congress? What's your prediction? I think that it's going to very much be reflected in Congress. And so look, this is a long battle that we've been engaged in. So yes, we shocked the world when president Trump won The White House in 2016. But the Republican Party hadn't fully changed yet. It was starting to happen a little bit, right? Some of these good guys were winning primaries in 2012 and 2020. There's very early. So this is played out over the course of the last several elections since then. So now it's happened faster in the house than it has in the Senate. And that's just because House elections are every two years. Senator elections are every 6 years. But look at the Senate picture. Look at these new guys that are coming in to the U.S. Senate. JD Vance is much different than rob Portman. Okay. Ted bud, much different than Richard burr. Eric Schmidt and Missouri, much different than Roy blunt, who's leaving. So in the same goes across the board around the country. So it's each election you want to move the overton window and move things just a little bit more. The right direction and take as much ground as he can in a little bit more than that. We've been seeing that happen in the house. So yes, as Matt Gaetz is going to be the speaker. No, Matt Gaetz is not going to be the Speaker of the House. The speaker is going to be Kevin McCarthy.

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Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

"Leo on a practical note the one the one reason I could never do that I'd be an FBI director is a candidly I would never ever get confirmed by the Senate I have way too many enemies in the Republican swamp as well And they just hate my guts and that it's fair I mean I'd have to have some appointed position that didn't require Senate confirmation because they just hate my guts But it does fascinate me what would happen if we got like maybe a Rick ronell type or a cash Patel type someone who understands what happened with spygate with legal experience if we got someone in there like that that really got to kind of peek in the shoe boxes and peek underneath the carpet see what they swept under there Leo I can almost guarantee you have an experience with GS 1811 federal agents at agencies that is probably a lot worse than even you and I think Oh Dan I think you're absolutely spot on Let me be very clear Besides having we have to win in November we have to win The White House We have to undo the damage that the Democrats have done as far as legislation the 46,000 86,000 IRS troops we got to undo it And you know the process And I'll tell you right now we get the right supermajority Dan bongino gets confirmed by the Senate and you take no prisoners in that clean it up We got to drain the swamp Stan and the bureaucracy survived We've got to get rid of them That is very

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Senate moves to advance bill to prevent government shutdown

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Senate moves to advance bill to prevent government shutdown

"Lawmakers are working on a spending bill to keep the lights on and avoid a federal stoppage Democrats have unveiled a new stop gap spending measure meant to lend over $12 billion in support to Ukraine while preventing a partial government shutdown at the end of this week both houses must approve some sort of funding legislation by Friday and lawmakers are eager to wrap it up so they can hit the campaign trail out of November elections The bill includes $2 billion in disaster relief block grants 2.5 billion to help New Mexico recover from the largest wildfire in state history and $20 million for water and waste treatment improvements for Jackson Mississippi senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia extracted legislation to streamline the permitting process for energy projects and pipelines something that was getting mixed reviews from Republican leaders Republicans also rejected funding The White House was calling for to fight COVID-19 and

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Bam! NASA spacecraft crashes into asteroid in defense test

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Bam! NASA spacecraft crashes into asteroid in defense test

"A NASA spacecraft rammed an asteroid Monday night in a test to see if space rocks could be knocked out of a collision course with earth The dart spacecraft launched last November rammed an asteroid at 14,000 miles an hour in an effort to nudge the space rock into a smaller orbit around its twin 7 million miles from earth And we have impact Mission controller Elena Adams as the darts camera went blank in its signal abruptly ended data from a bevy of telescopes trained on the pair will be checked to see if the orbit has shifted NASA administrator Bill Nelson says the mission is just to start a protecting the earth from asteroids like the one thought to have led to the mass extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago Planetary defense is a global endeavor I'm Tim McGuire

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Robert Cahaly: Polls Suggest Good Signs Leading Into November

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 3 d ago

Robert Cahaly: Polls Suggest Good Signs Leading Into November

"About the midterm election sort of generally right now We're hearing mixed messages mixed polls the Democrats are holding out hope that it won't be a Republican wave The Republicans are holding out hope that we take the house maybe even the Senate What are you thinking I say nothing but good signs One of the things that really frustrates me is I feel like there's a lot of the kind of establishment some of the media polling firms some of the big university public firms they're trying to impact what people think of me Some of these polls are out there And I'm not sure that they're actually doing the job A poll should reflect the electorate not be designed to affect the electorate and I worry that the latter is what a lot of these polls are out there trying to do They're trying to create a narrative They just doesn't exist This is an excellent year for Republicans We have competitive candidates and I really don't see much of what they're talking about And when we start putting honest numbers out there we see these media pulsars who don't mind being wrong when they're all wrong together but they don't like it when anybody's right And they're starting we're starting to bring in a little honest to do them and I think they don't want to be embarrassed again And so you're going to start seeing them acting like a shift that's happened It's not a shift It's been like this

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Keisha Lance Bottoms: MAGA Republicans Are a Danger to America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 4 d ago

Keisha Lance Bottoms: MAGA Republicans Are a Danger to America

"Here's a Biden adviser. Keisha Lance bottoms. I forget she's an Orlando? Is she from Florida? Atlanta. That's right. She's the mayor. Was she the mayor of Atlanta? I mean, she's described as a Biden, former mayor of Atlanta. Mayor of Atlanta, she's on NBC, MSNBC's Sunday show with host Jonathan capehart. Listen to this. Well, I think it will be important for all of us who care about the United States of America to call out what we see. And what we see again with this mega Republican agenda is an effort to disrupt our democracy. So whether it be through November and beyond November, I think it will always be important to call out any effort there is to destroy essentially destroy the United States of America. President Biden has been very clear. He wants to work in a bipartisan effort. He has worked in a bipartisan effort. He's been able to get things done on behalf of our country. But when you have a maga Republican agenda that has no respect for the constitution that has no respect for free and fair elections, then it is important to all of us, not just the president, not just me for all of us to call it out for what it is. It is a danger to our democracy. It is a danger to our way of life.

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Adam Laxalt: We Are Living in a Red Wave

The Dan Bongino Show

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Adam Laxalt: We Are Living in a Red Wave

"Why I think we are still living in a red wave The media is trying to focus out of it We are living in a red wave I still feel it in my state No one is around regular people like I am in this whole state Republican or Democrat and I travel communities across Nevada I think people are silently waiting to make their voice heard on November 8th and that's we're going to see this big giant red wave pushed back against what these people are doing to our country Adam laxalt I hope you are correct

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Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

"In Great Britain, a revolution is underway. And I mean the kind that we like. A thatcherite revolution. The Chancellor of the exchequer quasi Quartet has gotten up and delivered his interim budget total tax cuts of about 45 billion by 26 27 basic income tax to fall in 19% national insurance will be cut on November 6th energy bills capped at 2500. Stamp duty cuts for 200,000 people limit on bankers bonuses grab the corporation tax is not going up. It is a thatcherite budget.

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Rep. Scott Perry: Momentum Is Impoprtant, Leading up to Midterms

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:53 sec | Last week

Rep. Scott Perry: Momentum Is Impoprtant, Leading up to Midterms

"It looks as though things are starting to break for the Republicans here. And that's a pretty good thing. That is a good thing. Look, we've had our ups and downs. You always do, but the important thing is is when you're having the ups and downs Todd, you've been around this enterprise for a long time. You know that momentum is important and the time of peaking is important. And so while the Democrats were raising all kinds of cane and of course the mainstream media was saying, look, the Republicans are false here. Look, if there's a little bit of a stumble and people are coming back from vacation and getting into school and not thinking about elections in September, so be it. When we need them thinking about elections and their life and the grocery Bill, their electricity bill, their gas bill and their safer streets or the lack thereof is October, November when voting starts and voting happens and that's what you're seeing.

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Get to Know Michael Henry, Candidate for NY Attorney General

Mark Levin

01:07 min | Last week

Get to Know Michael Henry, Candidate for NY Attorney General

"You Give us give the people in New York and the nation a little bit of your background because it's very important this race against the current corrupt attorney general in my view Sure So basically I was in the mortgage industry eventually went back to law school at night was actually a regional coordinator for the federal society currently own a commercial practice based out of New York City living a story of queens First in my family to go to college And for me it was the one party control of the state along with the government disaster response to the COVID crisis that made me start to explore this from And in this state for the last 20 years this office has been utilized for one of two reasons First one is to become the next governor with statistician James clearly failed to do The second one is to weaponize the office against political opponents which the tissue James is going to continue to do And I want to restore a level of competency efficiency and integrity back to this office where there is none and show the country on November 8th that the days of attorney generals and prosecutors turning a blind eye to crime and using their office for political prosecutions and persecutions that's going to end We are going to show the country that those days are over with

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House Democrats pass police funding bills despite divisions

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

House Democrats pass police funding bills despite divisions

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting House Democrats past police funding bills despite divisions The House passed a policing and public safety package Thursday after Democratic Party leaders spent hours getting progressives on board The legislation primarily designed to reduce fatal encounters between police and people with mental illness includes money for local police departments aid for deescalation training and mental health services Virginia Democrat Abigail spanberger This is smart investment smart policy But Republican Jody errington of Texas scoffed Now the party of defund the police wants to push through some face saving bills just ahead of the election in November Call me cynical The legislation now goes to the Senate where passage is uncertain Mike Gracia Washington

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Tesla Recalls Nearly 1.1 Million Cars Over Window Pinching Concerns

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Tesla Recalls Nearly 1.1 Million Cars Over Window Pinching Concerns

"There is a Tesla recall due to a window issue Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 million vehicles in the U.S. because the windows can pinch a person's fingers when they roll it up In documents posted by U.S. safety regulators Tesla says that the automatic window reversal system may not react correctly after detecting an obstruction so tester will add an online software update to fix the issue Owners should be notified by mail starting the middle of November There are no known injuries due to the problem which was

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Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

"And insurance industry group says some vehicles from two brands are being stolen at nearly twice the rate of other vehicles The highway lost data institute a unit of the insurance institute for highway safety says some older Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs are missing a key anti theft device computer chips for a theft immobilizer system the thefts apparently started in the Milwaukee area two years ago and spread to multiple Midwest cities after instructional videos appeared on social media The vehicles affected our older models of the Kia Rio and sportage and the Hyundai accent all 2022 kilos do have a mobilizer and Hyundai says all of its models produced after November 1st 2021 have immobilisers as standard equipment I'm Donna wooder

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"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Did that. They decreased demand, right? The shame of it is that we should be in the fed is now trying to control their way out of this, right? They're trying to say, well, we're going to increase interest rates. We're going to slow down the economy and they are doing that. The real estate market, even in the hottest markets, places like Florida, where people are moving there. We talked about that. Some of the bigger homes are now sitting on the market. The sad thing is the fed really should have had very little to do with us, meaning that we could have lowered the price of fuel. We could have lowered regulations, increased economic activity, said this last week, the biggest problem in this country by far as welfare. We have 59 million people on welfare, 59 million people. But we have a labor shortage and 59 million people sitting at home collecting paychecks. It is a huge, huge problem. All stuff that could have very easily been that process should have been started a year ago. Should have been considered, okay, we've got a labor shortage. Let's start to push these people out. We don't need to keep them on unemployment insurance for 12 months anymore. 26 months. Let's push them out. Let's put them on. They did none of that. So now the fed is stepping up slowing down. I do think we're at Loretta. A peak, again, because people can't afford anymore. They can't afford houses anymore. They can't afford cars. You've broken the middle class, Joe. Yeah. Nice job. Let's go Brandon, right? You've basically gotten to a point where people have to make decisions on. Do I go to the restaurant this weekend or can I afford to get gas to work? I have to go to work, right? That's right. They're making adjustments with their demand and so the good part about that too is that when I've been telling clients, we're going to get the gridlock in September. I know that. You've seen it so far. In November, we're going to get gridlock. No matter what, whether they take Congress, both houses of Congress, will they take just a lower house and the house representatives and not the Senate. It's not going to matter. They'll be gridlocked. And when there's no gridlock, they won't be able to do anything else stupid. And what will happen is the economy will start to heal itself, right? Demand and supply will find its own balance. And I think you're right. That will begin to have things subside. Yeah, the biggest and again, not selling a broken record, but the biggest problem in concern with the Biden administration to me, economically, is welfare, but going along with that is the open border, which unfortunately, even with gridlock, you're still going to have people walking over the border. We've decreased the amount of boots we have on the border. We've said it's okay to come out. Make sure you grab your Obama phone on the way through, right? Here's a gift card. That problem is going to continue until we get some stronger leadership. Well, at least if we have the Republicans and they can actually get a fine their backbone, which they typically the Republicans get into office and then they pander to the Democrats so that they want to be part of the cool crowd. What the Republicans could do is they can start calling all these same hearings that the Democrats have done.

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"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"You better example. The Trump family, do they have ties to real estate all over the world? Yes. Is it easy for the Democrats to go, well, they bought a piece of property. I'm sure it is, right? But legitimately, they have a long-term track record of not being in politics and being in the real estate game. This guy's a crack at it. He's a heroin at it. Right. I mean, this is pretty obvious. He's done nothing. He's been playing nothing. Nothing about this. The investment company, right? The investment company that the Chinese invested something like $2 billion at hunter owned, the other two business partners went to jail. Right. But the jail. Not hunter? Not the Biden family. Couldn't be bothered. Mainstream media still can't look into it. Disgusting. You can literally, and this goes back a long time. This is not a big reason. You could be Ted Kennedy and kill a girl in chappaquiddick and walk away no problem. No accountability. Lie in other Senate, right? What a joke. That's your point on vaccines. They're still pushing this stuff. The American people are over it. They are no longer believing what you're selling. And to the point, this is what Rochelle Walensky begging basically. You got to do it. You got to do it right now. You got to get out there right now. Boosters, boosters, boosters. It's been a year. It's been a year and three months since it's been wide stream eligibility, right? Why is stream eligibility for vaccines really started out in April? So April May, June, we're now in July. So in 16 months, you're on your fourth. She's pushing your fourth booster here. What is that? You're getting a shot every four months on average now? Right. Is that about right? 14 months divided by four, you're about three to four months per booster. I mean, is that what we're going to do now every four months. Now, meanwhile, the European Union and the British, whatever, just came out and said, hey, our studies are showing that booster four months. We don't think that's the right idea. We think there's a way too close together. In fact, we think that it might be destroying your immune system, not here in the state, so. No. No, because Pfizer says, wolensky dance, puppet dance. So here she goes. Many Americans are under vaccinated, meaning they are not up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines. Not all people over the age of 50 have received their first booster dose of those who've received their first booster dose only 28% of those over 50 have received a second booster dose. And of those over the age of 65, only 34% have received their second booster dose. So my message right now is very simple. It's essential that these Americans, doctor Shaw said, get their second booster shot right away. Right away. Now, it's essential. It's essential. It's a essential. Why? Why is it essential? Are people diagnosing? Is it working? Is it essential for Pfizer to make their bottom line about the earnings? What about my 5 year old who has a 0% chance of dying from it? Actually, pretty much a 0% chance of even knowing they have that. How about that? The European Union and the British health whatever have come out just very recently and said that their studies and their

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"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"All right, we got, oh, I know you'll start with. I'm like, what do we say? We're going to start with. We got to start with this article, though. Absolutely hilarious. You and you said, Mike, and you nailed it. How is a journalist who even write an article like this? It's hilarious. How does this get printed? How does garbage like this get printed? And this is all the stuff going on. 9.1% record inflation numbers. Record. We are breaking records at this point. And this was the kind of garbage that some idiot puts together. So this is from Business Insider, Business Insider, like nothing better to talk about, right? Business Insider. Well, Business Insider, I would think you'd have a brain in your head to understand that. Thanks. Yeah, so here's the title.

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"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Same things that we've been doing for 40 or 50 years while the country becomes less prosperous, less free, less safe. You have to campaign in southeastern Ohio, which is basically Appalachia. You have to talk to the same people that Joe Manchin has to get votes from. How does Joe Manchin vote for this JD Vance? It's really got nothing to do with the interest. It's inimical to the interest of West Virginia and large portion of the Ohio. Oh, that's absolutely right. I mean, one of the things I think the bill will explicitly do and intentionally do is make energy more expensive in this country, which will, of course, hurt West Virginia, energy workers, but you know, this you, the energy issue is primarily a manufacturing issue, the manufacturing economy can not survive without cheap affordable energy. So this is terrible for West Virginia. I'm hopeful Joe Manchin doesn't vote for it. I mean, it seems like there's a lot of hope that he doesn't move forward doesn't vote for this bill. But I think we're going to find out the hard way. I actually think he's going to inevitably vote for some version of it. And we already have inflation. JD, last question has become up to Thanksgiving. What is the inflationary environment in the Buckeye state? I know what it is in California. Generally see mo just paid $5 a gallon for gas. What is it in Ohio? Yeah, you know, it's bad. It's bad if you want to put food on the table. It's bad if you want to fill up your car with gas. It's bad if you want to buy a new appliance for your home. It is just all around bad. And it's, you know, look, it's especially bad this never enters the conversation, so I try to make it. It's especially bad for seniors living on a fixed income. As you know, you've got a lot of grandmas and grandpas like mind mammal and fat ball, who are taking care of kids who have been working by the opioid epidemic. There are hundreds of thousands of grandparents who are taking care of kids living on a single income social security, maybe a retirement income on top of it. And those people are being slammed those are our people here. They're being slammed by this inflation. It's the thing that we never talk about. And I think it's so shameful that the Biden folks that pretend that they always talk about how they look up for and they stand up for the American worker, but those are I think the most vulnerable American workers and nobody's looking out for them. Yeah, JD, let me underscore that in a minute. There are millions of Americans who are taking care of their grandkids. 100,000 people died of the opioid epidemic in the last year over year, April to April, 20 20 to 2021. Those people had kids, those kids are now being raised by their grandparents. And a lot of those grandparents can't go get a job Jenny. That's an excellent point. To talk about that every day? I do. Yeah, I talk about it every day, and obviously it's very personal to me. But I just think it's a hidden major social crisis in our country that you have these grandparents stepping up and everything that they buy everything that they need is becoming more expensive. It's a real, it's a real shame, and it's getting worse because of Biden. I had not thought about that till this moment, you're absolutely right. JD Vance have a great Thanksgiving. Follow him on Twitter at JD Vance. Follow me to the next segment of the Friday edition of the Hugh Hewitt show. The durian field of view welcome back in their game inside the beltway on a night where Kevin McCarthy spent all night long on the House floor exploring the idiocies of the build back better Bill, which is about to pass in the house, probably.

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"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Of good red movies. Yeah. You know, I can't remember if we talked about last night Soho at all. But that's out in theaters right now. It's still and it's still in theaters for a bit. That might be worth checking out it's the Edgar Wright movie, it's a horror movie, you. You might not love that. But it is very stylish. It's a kind of horror thriller about a young woman at college in London who sees ghosts. There's kind of a 6th sense thing going on there. And she kind of transports mentally back in time to the swinging 60s London. It's interesting, I don't want to spoil too much, but you should if folks are looking for something. How much of a horror movie is it? Is it a thriller? Is it a horror movie? It's definitely a horror movie. I mean, there are ghosts and murders. It's not fair. I would not describe it as a thriller. I wouldn't want you to go in expecting a fatal attraction or a basic instinct. I really love London. And I got Jones for the London 60s scene, which I was too young to enjoy, but I can distantly remember twiggy, right? Look, if you just want a vibe to 60s in London, then this might be a good movie for you to check out. But I do, I don't want to get accused of a failure to warn there is some pretty rough violence and again, there are ghosts in this. There are my ghosts, provided they don't, they're not like demons. They're pretty demon ish. They're pretty demonic in this in this movie. I know, I know your taste too. I think that you will like, I think the 60s lending stuff, but you might not, you might not love the ghost. So, okay. Do we got anything else? Because I need to talk me out of the eternals. You just talked me out of Soho something or other. I don't want to watch red dawn notice. What do I want to watch? Well, there's a movie. It's a tricky one to recommend, because it's slightly awkward movie. It's called the beta test. It's on it's on VOD now. You can find it on VOD video on demand. For rental and for purchase, I believe. It is the best way to describe it is it's like an indie basic instinct crossed with the social network. It is about so it's about a movie agent who is offered a no strings attached sexual encounter with a stranger he's about to be engaged, but he is intrigued by this offer. He goes and takes the stranger up on the offer. And the rest of the movie is him trying to figure out why this happened and what happened to him. But on top of that, that's the window dressing. The movie is really about the world of social media in which we live. It's a critique of that. But it's also a critique of the ecosystem of Hollywood. I mean, really, the story here is about this agent and his agency and the packaging fights that they were having with the Writers Guild. I mean, I don't know it's too complicated to get into in depth here, but there was a big fight between the beg agencies. Oh, yes. And the Writers Guild about producing fees and that sort of thing. But it's a very interesting business of Hollywood movie. It's very interesting erotic thriller. It's light on the erotic, it's not like it's not like basic instinct. There isn't a ton of nudity, but there is some and it's really good. I like it a lot, but it is an it's a slightly awkward movie. It's almost it's almost in the vein of cringe comedy like her beer enthusiasm, if you watch that. You sold me on the beta test. I'm glad that's one out of three Sonny bunch. Plus a no failure to war. And I'm totally warned on Soho and I can cover my eyes and go watch 60s 5 London. But I do appreciate the absolute wave of the red note. I mean, look, red notice, here's red notice is the perfect Netflix movie in a way because it's the sort of thing you can turn on and fold your socks while you watch and you won't be missing anything because there's nothing memorable in it. Who has enough socks to fold for ten minutes, sunny? Well, you know, I don't know. I've got a lot. I've got two kids. They've got a lot of stock. I could fold all of the family stocks in that period of time. I was going to say that's simply Dwayne might have a lot of socks to fold tomorrow at band fest. But sunny bunch across the movie aisle podcast as well as bulwark goes to the movie as well as everything he writes at Twitter at sunny bunch I would encourage you to check that out. Let me return to the question of the day, which is a critical race theory. Christopher rufo was my guest last night I did a podcast with him. Can I all I can tell you is you got to listen to this fellow. He's on the most wanted list of the left. And I had a great conversation with him. It will be posted at the interview with Hugh Hewitt later today. There's a second podcast every single day, which is a highly concentrated Hu the best of the UK. And of course, now you can download the Salem news channel and watch the show, watch every Salem show, get your news and we're developing new news channel programming every single day, but it begins and ends with the Salem news channel. Go get that.

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"november" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"When the electricity goes out. But this season, there are two more pollutants. It's festival season here. It was Diwali. Can you hear my voice? Excuse me. Can you hear it? Oh, my goodness. I'm sorry. You know, I speak on the phone with my mom and she says, are you okay? Have you been crying? I say no. She's like, are you smoking? No, it's just the air. It's the air and it gives us all a smoker's hat. So obviously, there's obviously this pollution license is all over the press. How other newspapers are writing about it. Now if you look at the coverage shunt. And do they see a connection between copper 26 and what's happening in Delhi now? Oh yes, there's been so much talk about that, of course. And what prime minister Modi is agreeing to in Scotland and has made some commitments to as well. But I think what it is is right now there's a lot of tension going on between the farms that surround Delhi that are burning their stubble. So there was Diwali a few days ago that meant that there were firecrackers polluting into the air, but it's also the farmers who are burning the stubble of really high maintenance crops, water hungry crops like rice and wheat. Well, you might remember there's been a farmers protest that's into year two now surrounding Delhi, they're out there on the periphery of the capital of India, saying we do not want new changes to the pricing structure. And so you don't have many chief ministers of the states that are willing to say, hey guys, can you stop burning the rubble because it's not really good for our health. So there's a constant push between the economy and the health and safety that comes down to pollution. Okay, Lindsay, one more story. We've got about a minute for you now. So after Pakistan, China has also decided to skip a regional security meeting on Afghanistan. Still to take place tomorrow, what are the papers saying about that? Well, they're saying that this is very much a security dialog and not diplomatic talks. There are many dialogs in Afghanistan led by foreign ministers, but this interestingly will be held at high level national security advisers meeting. It's kind of making it a unique chance for the regional stakeholders to review the security situation in Afghanistan. Pakistan as you said said, we're not going we're going to decline the invitation, and they called India a spoiler and not a peacemaker in Afghanistan, and now China are also saying they're going to skip officially due to scheduling difficulties. But a lot of the papers are saying that there could be other issues at hand. And they're trying to also justify why there's nobody represented from the Taliban administration. And they're saying, well, most of the stakeholders don't recognize the Taliban as the government in control of Afghanistan. And the weather's turning from early autumn to very cold, they're now so a lot of people think that tensions are going to rise as the winter kicks in. And anger ensues. Well, that's definitely a story we'll be following here on Monaco 24 lean depreciate in New Delhi. Thank you very much for joining us. Finally on today's program we hit two prop store and auction house that specializes in the sale of objects and costumes featured in some of the biggest blockbusters in film history from Marty McFly's hoverboard to her replicas of some of cinema's most notorious monsters. Monaco's Robert bound recently went along to Rickman's worth just north of London to meet the man behind it all, Steven lane. What we have here is from Back to the Future. So this is one of Marty McFly's hoverboards from Back to the Future. This is actually the front cover catalog piece for our auction. This is quite a significant hoverboard because of the finish on it. And when you look at this specifically, you can see the light reflecting on it and it has a three dimensional aspect to it, which is created by using a lenticular film. So this is known as a lenticular board. Now, the lenticular boards without boring or listeners is how they started as they got underway with production. This is how they wanted them to look. And if you look at the details quite closely, you can see that all of these decals are hand applied, they're individual, very, very time consuming to produce. And for a film like Back to the Future where this particular prop is so heavily used, they have to make multiples of them. So they would not only have hero versions and lightweight versions. And this is a lightweight carrier around version, but they'd have ones with wheels on for skateboards on springs to make it look like he's hovering and stuff like that. And so they might 40, 50 of these in total, including all the different iterations. And to try and do that one at a time, was just two time consuming. So as they progressed into production, what they did was they actually just took a photograph of this and then used a photo print of it, and then just laid that down. So we know from the construction of this, that it's an early version of it. This hoverboard is kind of like a key element in the film. It helps him escape and all the rest of it. It's got a piece of plot as much as a piece of tech, I suppose, as much as it is a prop as well. Generally speaking, as we look around the room, is it props that are sort of have a starring role in films or very specific props that might only appear once that tend to get your buyers sort of excited. Do you know what I mean? And things that are kind of a film hinges on and Indiana Jones pushing this particular statue. It's that statute of worth something or is it his hat that's always the most expensive lot? Yeah, I'm actually a really good question and a lot of that is based upon the particular collector actually. And what it is that they like to collect. We're dealing with people who come from all backgrounds who have huge variety of interest. Some people only collect props. Some people only collect costumes,.

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"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Like rocket science. People have known this forever. How Glenn young can kept Trump at arm's length, but on his side. You know what I don't know? I don't know. If the president, former president and the future governor of Virginia talk, I guess as they did, my guess is they both had an interest in making sure they won and didn't give the media club with which to club Glenn young. So the day after the disaster Wednesday and Thursday, the Democrats scuttled around trying to figure out what to do. So yesterday, Nancy Pelosi announced a quick push for quick boats on both of the big bills, the reconciliation bill that spends they say it spends 1.75 trillion job answers that no, it doesn't spend twice that. And then the infrastructure Bill, which means a trillion. And so Nancy Pelosi is getting hammered for losing Virginia and losing New Jersey and losing races all across the United States and they're looking at losing 50 seats next November. I will take 20. Actually, I'll take 6. I just want control the chamber back in responsible hands and not a Nancy Pelosi is no doubt going to quit. Nancy Pelosi says, well, I'm going to pass both of these votes both of these bills and it's going to be the Senate's problem and we'll take out what they send back. Only problem with that is she can't even find the votes to pass the Biden bonanza Bill BBB. Because it's got this massive expansion of the IRS in it for one thing. So every Democrat who votes for that is going to run into ads about them saying, thank you for voting to expand the IRS. I had no problems with the IRS, but most Americans don't feel like I do. And they're going to have this giant IRS coming at them. I have problems with tax laws. Tax laws. House Democrats near vote on a 1.75 trillion spending measure. We've been hearing that for two weeks getting near a vote. And we haven't heard it. Now, those of you who know that Russia, Russia, Russia was always garbage garbage garbage. The indictment of Igor danchenko cast new dots on the sourcing of the steel dossier John Durham brought in his third indictment yesterday, more on the way. Urban Igor danchenko arrested charged with lined FBI about the information in the steel dossier according to The Washington Post. But the story I'm going to come back with next is the story that I think will matter the most to you. All right, so you're here for a birch gold. If you found yourself completely befuddled by events in Afghanistan, alarmed about inflation in otherwise uneasy. Well, about everything. That American standing in the world about what comes next. Then you're feeling like everybody else is and uncertainty is usually a time that you want to increase your holdings in gold..

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"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"You hear me now? Okay, we'll try this already? Yes. I'm still here. Michael. I'm here. Okay. Okay. All right. Michael Lauren, you know, it's been a lot of time in Virginia, though. And so and so in Israel, who runs the education system when it's woke and it's broke, who has to fix it. The state. You know, the founding fathers of the United States, God bless them. We're so afraid of tyranny, right? The king of England that they distributed power. So during Corona, the governor of New York couldn't tell the mayor of New York City to open up the schools. And the president of the United States couldn't tell the governor of New York to open schools. We have one minister of education who is responsible to one government and they tell what goes on in the school. How do you make of that system? That seems very anti distribution of power and very centralized. Yep, it is. It is. And again, it's those founding fathers. There's Madison and Jefferson and Hamilton and Jay, who will, you know, they're experienced with the beginning of England. They just wanted to just be a power and make sure that nobody could get a monopoly over it. But most they found like that. America is very unique in that way. Yeah, I just got the Belichick. I just got the new Andrew Roberts biography of George the third called the last king of America. I can't wait to read it. But in the new Israeli government, you get a minister of education then, and that individual, they decide curriculum, they decide critical race theory. They decide all that? Yes, but there are different schools you're also. We have different types of education that have a religious system. You have a secular system. You have an Arab system, but usually yes, it's coordinated and has to be approved by the education ministry. All right. I want to go to a times of Israel headline this morning. Iran EU say nuclear talks to resume on November 29 in Vienna. I don't think Joe Biden is going to be stopped anyway shape or form. He's going to get back into a JCPOA in Israel's going to have to act. Is that your realism as well? It has to be our sort of default position. And we have to be prepared for it. Yeah, I don't want to I don't want to influence the editors of The Wall Street Journal, but I put in an op-ed yesterday that explains something that I talked about on your show several times. Why Israel can not coexist with a threshold capacity Iran? Whereas the United States may be can or think if you can. And that's, you know, it's a very technical issue, but threshold basically means the ability to make a bomb very, very quickly. So the Biden administration says, well, as long, it's not going to get a bomb on our watch. Well, it's not going to get a bomb, but it could get the ability to get a box. And for us, that's a totally insufferable position, because every time you go to war against his valor Hamas or any of these other proxies of Iran, we're going to have to have an Iranian threshold capacity gone to our forehead. And the whole greatly greatly impair our ability to defend ourselves against terror. So Michael are very this is not a quick answer, but I want to get it started. The second order impact of an Israeli strike on Iran. Does that mean a long enduring war between Israel and its allies in the Middle East, which would include the UAE and Saudi Arabia quietly or not so quietly, Jordan, would that go on a long time? Not if you do it right. It's true. I mean, I've been at long enough home and opponents of Israel's long-standing policy of retaliating against these Iranian proxies like his boa. And then paying the price for it as we get brand war criminals, whereas we should be hitting with facade is called the head of the snake. And every time a rocket comes over his follow, we shouldn't be hitting Lebanon. We should be blowing up an oil refinery in the gulf. An Iranian requirement was trying to. And I just think that if we bring the war to Iran and don't let them use the proxies to bleed us. But I think the work in that much more quickly. Do you believe that naftali agrees with you that prime minister and your current defense minister and would your allies join you? I hope so. I hope that the prime minister understands this. I think our allies will do as much as humanly possible as they can. At the end of the day, Israel has to defend itself by itself. And we have the ability to have the right and any assistance we can get. We'll take, but we can't count out. Again, is that the default position? And I think that we can defend ourselves. And we got 30 seconds, Michael Lauren. Do you expect this to kick off anytime in the next 6 months? We have to be prepared for it. And I've written repeatedly that I don't think Iran will wait a long time and Iran now is very quickly approaching that threshold capacity, which is intolerable for the state of this. I agree with you and I just don't think Tony Blake it and Joe Biden and Jake Sullivan have any idea how close we are to that. Michael Lauren from Israel, thank you for joining me on coming.

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"november" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:32 min | 11 months ago

"november" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"You're back with the briefing on Monica 24. I'm Daniel Bates. Germany's social Democrats, liberals and greens are in the thick of coalition talks and a bid to form the country's next government. Reports today suggest that as many as 300 negotiators are involved. Let's get more now from Monaco's news editor Chris Sherman Chris good afternoon to you. Good afternoon Daniel. You've of course been following these negotiations closely for us. Give us a sense of where we are in this process and how quickly we could see a deal. There had been promises of early December. Early December and at the moment at least it feels like in theory we are on track for an early December deal basically we're now really in the nitty Gritty of the process. It was back at the start of November that the party's released kind of a framework for the coalition deal that they wanted basically a 12 page paper that, you know, wasn't that detailed, but had some of the main agreements and principles of the coalition in it. Now, as you say, we're down to the real part where 300 different negotiators are all trying to work out all the different aspects of this deal. They're going to present something by November 10th, so next week. And basically, they're going to get as far as they can and then hand it off to the leaders of the three parties. The leadership to kind of sort out anything that's still remaining that they were not able to work out. So then the leaders step in, they kind of do the heavy lifting at the end and all the things that are still outstanding. And then in theory, at least the idea is end of November. They reach a deal they put it to their parties and on December 6th Olaf Schultz would become the next chance they're of Germany. That's all the theory, of course there's a lot to go to go to get there. Sounds great in theory. One of the biggest sticking points as negotiations heat up, we can say. Well, I mean, that's it. It's like right now, you know, at the beginning, when they first released this framework, of course, the words were very positive. Now that there were into the real negotiations, you've seen some of the shine come off on some of these issues. The main one, of course, where I should say there's a bit more positive is climate change. This is one area. That, of course, the greens, particularly, you know, it is their priority, but it's also frankly a priority for all of the parties. So it is something where you see all including the pro business free Democrats, at least sounding right on climate change. And also recognizing that investments need to be put into that. There's some debate about how quick of course to go, things like coal plants and how quickly to phase out coal. And then more importantly, though perhaps the whole thing becomes about spending taxes, this also does plan to climate change because it's about how much you spend on climate change. And that's where really the biggest sticking points by far are going to be. There's a big debate that's become a bit acrimonious about taxes at the moment. The SPD and the greens want to raise taxes on the highest income earners, they've agreed kind of not to do that, but then said, well, if we don't do that, then we're not going to lower taxes for anybody else. The free Democrats want to lower taxes, but not raise taxes for anybody else. So this is where one of the biggest sticking points of course are going to be. And then there are other issues around foreign policy they're interesting as well. NATO, how much to spend on defense, things like that as well. So there are some issues that could still pose potential problems for the coalition. Germany, mostly known for stability. In Europe, how are Germany's traditional allies and the European Union viewing these negotiations? What are they watching for? Well, you know, one of to talk about that spending aspect. One of the biggest things that Europe is watching for is this signal kind of on spending and where Germany is going to go. And particularly on that, it's not just about the policies that the coalition agrees to, but who controls, of course, what ministries and the big question is who is going to control the German finance ministry and, you know, you can go back in that sense in that debate to the European debt crisis way back ten years ago with Wolfgang Schoenberg in charge of the finance ministry and the fractious nature of that between southern and Northern Europe. And that's kind of what we're seeing revived at least when Europe looks at Germany because the free Democrats of Christian lindner are pushing to become to take control of the finance ministry. And so there are fears in Europe about what that would mean, perhaps a little bit overblown because the argument is well, if they reach a coalition deal, you know, that's something that all the parties have to carry out no matter who controls the finance ministry. But yet, of course, having this sort of more conservatives in charge of the finance ministry is going to create some nervousness in Europe. So that's really the key thing I think that Europe's watching there for how Germany stands on monetary policy fiscal policy, common debt for Europe, all those sorts of questions. Just lastly, Chris, where is Angela Merkel in all of this? She has obviously popped up in Glasgow this week. But what is what is her thinking here and how she's viewing these negotiations? Well, it's interesting because I'm going to make this sort of on a swan song tour, but it was also interesting to listen to her yesterday in Glasgow because she highlighted how much her own trajectory has matched that of climate change. She pointed out that she was environment minister of Germany at the very first climate summit in Rio back in 1995. And so that gives you a sense of just how long this has been happening. And, you know, on climate change, how long we've been discussing this and also how long of course she's been around, so she kind of use that to point out how much more there still has to be done on climate change. And otherwise, yeah, she's sort of on this bit of a farewell tour around different places, but also making clear that she's kind of happy to hand over the baton even at the G 20 in Rome. She sort of presented Olaf shultz who's currently finance minister in her own government as sort of her successor even though there's no coalition yet to speak of and it could still collapse, but she was quite happy to say, you know, this is the guy who you'll be dealing with from now on out. We have a problem speak to him. Something, of course. We'll be watching very closely, Chris. Thank you for this. That's Monica's news editor, Chris chermak. You are listening to the briefing on monocle 24. And finally, on today's program, Lebanon's oldest English language newspaper the daily star has officially shut down after years of financial problems..

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"november" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"november" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"November of 1990. When the bridge finally reopened, it closed one of the last remaining gaps in the interstate highway system. A person could drive from Boston to Seattle without ever leaving. I 90 and then what happened? All right. Welcome back to the Daily dive weekend edition. President Biden is going to be campaigning for Gavin Newsom as well. That's going to be an interesting test of political power for the president as well as you know, to see what happens there. Absolutely. I think that Governor Nuisance team really wanted to see this race nationalized as much as possible as a way to really juice up Democratic turnout, But we've seen Vice President Kamala Harris is in San Francisco on Wednesday, trying to rally for her longtime political ally slash enemies less frenemy. They have very interesting relationship. Now we have President Biden likely coming after some today we actually saw news that former President Barack Obama just cut a television ad on behalf of Governor Newt Um, And so we are seeing sort of the democratic establishment. In the nation, not just in the state really galvanized, and I think that that is most likely to news in the benefit because it is another way to maybe wake up some Democrats who haven't really been paying attention and convince them to turn into balance. How about money in this campaign? It seems that Gavin Newsom has spent about $36 million so far, him and his allies. I guess they're spending so much more money than the recall proponents. Yes, And I think that that's another way where you see some institutional advantages on the governor's side. Partially because of the function of the recall campaign finance system, he can collect unlimited size checks. And so we've seen massive checks by his political allies being written to him. He can also coordinate with labor unions and other sort of well funded allies that in a normal campaign, Susan There would be campaign contribution limits, and there would be sort of firewalls between these independent efforts. Now they can sort of throw all that money together in a pot. They can combine all their forces on the field. And what you have for some of the folks running for the recall, If they want to be to replace the governor is that you have not seen the Republican Party or pro recall proponents coalesce around one person. There seems to be a front runner in Larry Elder, the radio talk show host. But even still, that's somebody who's maybe Garnier around 20% of the vote in those schools, and so that it does not necessarily mean gigantic sums of money that they're being able to rake in, and that makes it much harder for them to advertise on television. In which the state like California. Really is necessary. And for the proponents of the recall, what are they hoping for? I mean, obviously, they need a big turnout. But as you mentioned Larry Elder some have said that he's kind of he might be hurting the recall effort Now from past statements that he's made, you know, so what are the proponents looking at for success? I think that part of the issue is that you have a pretty fractured fields of proponents, right. I mean, you had a sort of scrappy band of activists get together to get this recall on the ballot. And really, I think, defy a lot of the predictions from political pundits. They got it done much to the surprise of Gavin Newsom. But then since there hasn't been necessarily there has not been a Republican Party endorsed candidate, for example, So you have lots of different candidates who are running on different messages. Larry Elder has left to the top of the field, in part because he does have name recognition, particularly among republic. Guns in the state. He has been on the air on the radio quite some time. But with the good also comes a bad right. He's somebody who's very recognizable, but he's also never been a political candidate before. So all of a sudden we have all of these past statements that he's made. He's given some national interviews that perhaps I've had some controversial comments in the last couple of weeks, and so elder. Both is great in terms of exciting the Republican base, which I think that recall proponents want to see in order to get that, yes, on recall vote out. But then there's also perhaps the flip side, which is that he might turn off some voters who might not be super thrilled with With governor newsroom but don't love the things that Larry Elder is saying. So those are both the pros and cons of being like lightning rod. Melanie Mason, national political correspondent at the L A times. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks.

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"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

Saem's Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

"This. At some point. I was just to correct myself attack to actually was giving up something that kept me going further calling me does not holding him so i left it to him. I know he's holding. Means when i'm not going anywhere and they'd looks like i am going to been depths. Think it's david kindle says russian from your presence. Even when i send the heavens you and even go to the depths of shield which is an owner ancient keeping dexter mint episodes of the so. It's an s. So even when i go there when i was thinking he's presence was that he was present holding and so it's interesting for me. November you being trusted he's faithful and so for us. It's a wake up call even though we think that you know we should be the ones being victimized all through this for me. I don't think i should be trusting. God for anything i mean. Why did he allowed this to happen. He knew that she was a language to inform critical than to tell you what he told me. I didn't know what's in store for me. No one did even even when they called the different the false prophets of the ones. We couldn't see past twenty two inch nineteen that faster december and enter here. We busta very difficulty and alive and breathing and listening to this. Yes you might not have everything that the world has to offer. That is good. What you have gone to his goodies. Listen having this translated to you in some way be grateful and very least trust here. And there's a calm campaign podcast The fast-food custody that we've shed in this in spreading the moved from domain podcast now. This new domain fast episode here was thanksgiving in one of the things that i have flooded on from that company is we can only be thankful we. Can we trust you rather we cannot be willing to live right. I'm thankful for that. I believe you have done for me. So that's to be just each sometimes feeney's journey immediately under students. It's it's usually just that connecting the reason why the action the supposed to join. It's not only successful for us as our please. you know. The thing apiece colder for that between action that you're supposed to do that action. We trust him because we understand why he's trusting. Trust him because he's in his safe. Everything is okay even though we gold Fenby value rather than be. Okay with that happens a message of with that. See grateful st thankful and trust him. Even these next four weeks trusting for twenty twenty trust him through each and every my were you in the mountain highs in life. I have volley and everything is going and even in the planes you know what's next now that you buy do good. Just just just trust you all.

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

Saem's Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

"What a month and really grateful that it happened because it was like a combination of what god wants for me and what i have learned is to take me to a policewoman appreciate he methane inspect that he you know. He wants me to learn of him. We always learning every single day but one of the greatest lessons that we learn each and every day is different aspect of. See the way you open your bible really simplest. Join three sixty four gone so long. I know that it's like the hanes and gets new. Different version of what that means what that means what that means love that whom so evadne needs channel perish but have eternal life so the way that different aspect of sim part one strikes you in interacting that white again and again seen we got even though he promises. Johnson that three that in this world travel. You know something that we constantly have he sees. Simpson bassett's say's that have saved this season that you may have.

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

Saem's Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

"Option and i have failed in one of the most deeming. One of the most amazing thing is that i have phoned greece. I have found in the eyes of the lord and in so doing in my own eyes khazanah though asked condemn nations. We actually receive is damning ourselves and usually you know digging it back to a spiritual aspect. It's not us and in-depth to the theological part of it but it's dreaded we have a lot of enemies and the are not flesh bound. We actually active spiritual forces. You wanna call them. Call them forces of the duck there beyond darkness tuning into that means. But what. I'm actually trying to say here gets on. There is yes we actually do have spirits and that actually actively against us actively condemning us and have found much peace in much fever and much more much more muscle jesus in hands and that's why jeremiah as he's the man who trusts in capacities who trespass his dressing. And then you don. Chaz that mercedes he trust in the lord in slinky's feta plant a tree planting seeds streets navarre without air that analogy cheap rent ever blossoms in season devour furnaces routine season blossoms. Sorry for predicting mccain's in jeremiah. Rather meaning to me insane this is your this is your this is your invitation for you pass. Put chesting mind. The imf put your trust in the lord and that was so so in line and so much into the ones that have received and so it's kind of culminating into this month called november. Manzi emission kenyan. Tom's that actually means so it was. It was a lot in this month. I went through a lot. And i'm really grateful these this on this on a car. I'm not. I'm just through your emotion in. I'm just expressing its three seniors. Expressing new high-speed screams is is song by cut school called. He kept me so he kept me so so too because gone. Kept me on Life to only the cons of us. Grace me me owned captain meeting. So i won't let go yay moment. I just so what reflect the. What's see that kept me. So i will let go include seeping. A performance probably not accurate taxed metaphor. Too i really vivid depiction of god's leading to us rather than us running to him own strength now in abhorrent. We can take myself through this. Ya if i was going to into twenty you know he's has become i wouldn't seen god be faithful and just feed each and every day of each and every week every.

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

Saem's Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"november" Discussed on Saem's Podcast

"This podcast of truth life give on about jesus. Christ you fool me november It's been craziest. Cuvee cases the kind of death threats. And you know all related consequences of such cartons. It's just that it hasn't been for me and it's it's been really one thing i can look back and say that god has been faithful. The beginning of the a- that's generally for me was the beginning of the would musty last year around october. That's when i received that watt trust devices. Prog at the five to six my boss's boss's entrance eighteen kind of you need to go. I know. I know you already covered this inter dating. But don't think you've got the lessons since oh gonna recap this example. Good to know won't say i received to taint intertwined and for meals at the moment like everything is going into the probably.

"november" Discussed on Love.Me

Love.Me

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"november" Discussed on Love.Me

"Know there's nothing wrong with being cautious of the unknown but it's deeper than that. It's not just regular change because some people don't like change. Don't look at it as change for whatever reason it's really growth because there's a lesson everything we all go through shifts transitions in our lives. You're not alone. i. I can't think of how many transitions i've had in life. I can think of a few of the major ones. It's like. I said i you know. I lost my stepdad years ago. Back in two thousand four two thousand five and it's like a never would have imagined that i'd be here today. I really didn't think i would be here at all. Like with what i'm doing like i said you're not alone. Just be present. Be aware and take the time to love on you like love on you hug you stimulate your mind. Read a little bit. Do something you haven't done in a long time from when you were a child. Go on a swing at at the at the park if you can go outside and take a walk if you want to run run yano. I'm not really about that. Run in life. Like i used to be but just sometimes do some things that you'd know you used to enjoy doing that. You haven't done in a while. 'cause people say things they might make you feel like. Why are you doing that screwed on people. Y'all do what you wanna do. Do what makes you happy and helps you with your transition. Jus- glove on you. I the the whole essence in the whole self love movement. People are out here talking about. Oh i love me. I'm gonna go out to the mall and get my nails done again. My hair done that do that. Because if that's what makes you feel good do it. I ain't gonna stop you not going to say it's so many other ways you can love on you though. Take the time to sit in. Silence the power of silence. The power if you sit by yourself if you have the time. I know it's hard 'cause you know. Some people have brothers and sisters that are around family members that are around friends wherever you are in the world children and you don't get a lot of moments alone but the moment you do get along take some time and just like relax and meditate in his shower just relaxing and don't rush don't rush take your time. I don't know the song. Because i'd be like bygone gone ryan's this man did not say no pinecone rise in us. All what every time. I hear that don't rush. Lobby like bygone rhines You know thank you guys. Thank you guys again for joining me out your schedules from whatever you're doing i'm match on the take up too much of your time and like i said thank you because this is a quick update that i want to give you guys and let you know what's going on with me. Y'all can still connect with me on. I g which i'm at the art of actually with underscores in between at the underscore art underscore of underscore ashley. Asa h. l. e. y. Where you can find me on or if you want to find me on twitter which jago follow me. Go follow me right now. On ide- pauses. Video i g at the art of actually with underscores inbetween and go. Follow me on twitter. I'm mature look sad. I got a half a follower on their on twitter. You can find me at the love. Me life also. You can find me on facebook. If you're not already following me on facebook ashley franklin because i still use my government Once you start following me on the other social media platforms. I am still posting current content. Like the word of wednesdays on iggy that you guys see in know and love every wednesday. I'll be starting to go live on iggy and facebook from time to time and i'll be on there kind of late. Might be on there kind of early. I don't have a set schedule but catch me when you can and i'm really giving y'all more direct wastes for us to connect don't forget. The youtube channel has been created and we are now active live and direct at on youtube. You can find me and watch me and subscribe at the love dot me podcast again. That is the love dot me. Podcast with no spaces in between and on the youtube channel. I'll be giving you guys exclusive content and you know my thoughts and random daily videos that i'm creating also i will be posting the podcast episodes on youtube. If you wanna catch it and you haven't caught up with all of the episodes so wherever you listening to me right now go subscribe to whatever streaming service. You're on subscribe and please go leave me. A rating leah five star rating ten star rating a one hundred star rating. And like. i said go subscribe. Go follow me on. Iggy follow me on twitter and i also got a landing page like i have a website. Y'all i have a whole website. Because i do consulting for podcasting along with other services that i have but i'm primarily focusing on podcast. So y'all now you know if you know you know and just go. Check the lincoln. My bio on g. At the art of ashley with underscores. You can check the lincoln. My bio on. I g and find everything that i'm doing and stay updated with love. We talk about these transitions. Just love on you guys love on you. We're going to be transitioning. Like i said new episodes tuesday november tenth to november. And i'll be loving Me you know why. I'm just kidding. You know why. I'm loving on me. Because i love me. Yes said said it was coming up next. Let's say one more time to get just for old time sake to hold you over till november. I love me do you love you. Thank y'all again for tuning in. I hope you have a great day a great evening. Whatever time you're listening to this and please go subscribe. Go follow right now..

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"november" Discussed on Love.Me

Love.Me

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"november" Discussed on Love.Me

"Everybody ashley here and thank you again for joining me for another episode of good afternoon. Good morning good evening. Whatever it is wherever it is you are. I hope we are our best version of ourselves today. Today's episode. It's just to give you some insight. What's going on with me how you can see my new content and when love me will be returning first and foremost here guys. Don't even know. I would like to thank each and every one of you for listening contributing and commenting on each and every piece of content especially y'all out on my facebook like y'all been shown me so much love you motivate me to keep going and help other podcasts with my consulting. Aa enough business talk for now right. So we'll be continuing the flow of love me on the tenth of november again albeit until november. I'll be gone to november. We will be back on this self reflection and self love path in the journey again on the tenth of november. Which is a tuesday. Because you know. I said on tuesdays gay. I know i know like i said i'll be gone till november but that's gonna give us plenty of time to make some moves. Reflect an experience more growth which leads me to transitions in life right transitions we look at it. Like it's different. We look at him like it's starting over and starting new and that's not always the case you know it can be a lateral move upward move prime example which is very random Like to share with you guys. This morning i took my advancement exam. My advancement exam. And i'm in the navy. So for those of you who aren't in the military they assign us these number tables when we take our exam. I don't know about everywhere. But where i'm at they do and the number at my table was twenty six and if you don't know the significance of twenty six to me it's a really bittersweet number. I joined the navy. When i was twenty six and i've grown so much like if you know me you know me you know you know what i know what you know what i know what you know i feel like it may or may not have been assigned from the universe telling me i see you ashley. I you frank. Around the time. Before i joined i was in transition. I had many before and i had plenty of time to sit there before. This is our and some change. And i was thinking about. All these random brecon transitions that i had swiped across my mind like it was free contender and is like the transitions. I was like oh man. Like i was once homeless. Living in my car. And i was bathing gas station sinks like. I don't know if y'all know that struggle and not all the time they not every bathroom in the gas stations have towels and trying to find somewhere to sleep and park your car where the police not gonna mess with you. I was in florida so it was hot and humid. And i'm not gonna let my car runaways gas. Because i have money do that that. That was an transition in my life. That was almost my rock bottom. And then i was once an extremely toxic relationship. That was codependent. It was a actually a couple of them which have grown since then in recognized those warning signs and things. But that's a transition where i experienced a lot of growth and then for while i was out here. Y'all i was like out here out here like really out here. Showing him behind acted like money. Okay here i am now in california with what i thought was my dream job and then as of late maybe like the last year and some change i had a series of piff anies and this job is a great job not just the navy but specifically where i work as an instructor you know. It's helping me find my purpose. It's like a series of epiphanies and questions from reflecting and that that's what a line me here and where i'm at today and let me tell you on. I haven't been this happy in this good in a hot minute. Okay not to say that. It hasn't had its ups and downs. Because does every day. Let me like. I might come off as happy. All the time and really positive attitude sunny side up eggs whatever you wanna call it silver lining a lot of times i do find a silver lining but my silver linings not always like i'd always be out there like oh well you got this. No sometimes i'll be like well. I woke up this morning. I don't have this going on. I don't have this going on. And i look at my past transitions to show myself that. I've grown from those moments. Where i felt low and that saying that these are higher lower because this might be my upwards transition or this might be my lateral transition that i'm in the middle of right now but think about that like we always have something to be grateful for and that that's my silver lining mindset is to be grateful. You know 'cause everything's not always going to be perfect. It's not gonna fall in line the way you want it to for better or for worse you know this. This love journey. The self love journey is like a marriage with ourselves. It is a marriage with ourselves. And there's nothing wrong with that yo- we we sometimes just take things for granted like malls in going outside for example like we're in the middle of course nineteen sure we're not on lockdown and having curfews like we were but there are things we can be grateful for that we have access to right now but that's neither here nor there because again this transition transitions can look like anything like i have. Friends who've transitioned out of the navy. I have friends that are transitioning going to different places in the navy locations. I have friends aren't even military. That are transitioning jobs. They're transitioning figuring out what they're gonna do during covid nineteen and what the move is. I really want to move. Is they move in and attack. They moving into feels that they've never done and moved in before they're doing their own. T shirt in screening businesses or they're expanding on the businesses that they already have passed the t shirts into potato chip bags. Water bottles things. I didn't even know existed. Honestly i thought all you did was t shirts i gotta sister. Yoshie make potato chip bags skills bags. Water bottles baby bottle. I don't know could she can make something out of nothing like y'all she makes anything. I didn't know these things existed. But there's all types of transitions that some of us are aware of and some of us aren't aware of and that's okay because we find our footing as we go because we grow as we go get it grow as we grow grow as we go out. I don't know where that came from. But you you feel what i'm saying. You get what. I'm trying to put down my caution to the unknown. It really really excites me like it. Transitions that part of me. The existed prior to the shift excites me so much like really like change but really growing does something to me like we are growing. Y'all are roots. They sometimes get deeper and wisdom and some just wider with knowledge. But either way there's a lesson to be learned their seeds to be sown. Look it's it's growth past the surface of just seeing change right. We see change in like fear it because it's unknown or we're just scared you.

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"november" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"november" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The November corresponded Skyler Henry from the CNN debate in Iowa when policy and presidential leadership took center stage although the trump administration striking a rock that killed Iran's top general Donald Trump is taking us home L. toward another war we have got to undo what trump did bring that coalition together senator Bernie Sanders first Joe Biden about his record on Iraq it was a mistake and I acknowledge or south bend mayor Pete booted judge was the only military veteran on stage when I'm president any time which I hope will never happen but anytime I'm compelled to use force I seek that authorization we will have a three year sunset kind of Henry CBS news the morning email me down the White House says president trump will sign what he calls a phase one trade deal today representing a formal ceasefire in a trade war with China phase one is a big big number the president says the Chinese have agreed to buy more US agricultural products numerous times more than they were buying in the past it's gonna have a huge impact but top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer doubts that and he says the agreement doesn't do enough to alter China's business practices the main reason Mr trump impose tariffs very few of those have been changed the president insists they will be addressed in a phase two agreement perhaps after the election Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House also today the house is set to vote to send the articles of impeachment against Mr trump to the Senate for a landmark trial after the midday vote house managers name so prosecute the case will walk the articles across the capital in a dramatic procession in the evening the trial will likely open this week those significant proceedings will launch next week after the Martin Luther king junior holiday investigators will spend today trying to figure out why a plane with engine trouble decided to dump fuel over a densely populated area of southern California before making an emergency landing KCBS TV's Lesley Marlene when I found out that I started to realize what was going on with the fire department the cops the street blocked off motherless cross school along with dozens of other worried parents rushed to Park Avenue elementary school after reports jet fuel from an airplane had spilled right onto the playground was like very close and though that's awful hero Diego Martinez was outside at the time with the six weight class he says the jet fuel landed on a sweatshirt LCG my school's firefighters thing in total they have to decontaminate.

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