35 Burst results for "One Department"

Mandatory Employee Vaccines: The Government Does Not Own Private Companies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Mandatory Employee Vaccines: The Government Does Not Own Private Companies

"Eighty-one department of labor is developing emergency rule to require that all employers of one hundred more employees. I said this. Hear it for yourself eighty-one tonight. I'm announcing that the department of labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with one hundred or more employees that together employees over at eighty million workers to ensure workforce's are fully vaccinated. So that is joe biden intervening and saying hey all this new competitive labor market which again we as free market people. We love competition. So we see all these mandates and we're like okay. Well an employers that don't mandate the vaccine you're gonna get the pick of the litter you're going to get great workers that don't want to take the vaccine not anymore all of a sudden these big companies. They don't have to make adjustments maybe in wages or accommodations exceptions or exemptions you see the more mandates that come down all of a sudden this kind of other economy that was being created gets eliminated almost immediately and so now companies like ours at turning point. Usa and you know the best were. We have amazing. People that work for us honestly phenomenal and we have no lack of people. That wanna work for us. I can tell you. We're not going to comply with garbage. And we will sue in federal court if we have to. I got a message from somebody. Hey charlie run. A testing company really sweet guy from florida. I said yeah. We're not going to comply said okay. God bless you. It's like if you need the testing. I at yeah. We're not going to do this. Thanks and this idea of who owns your company. Is your company on loan from the federal government. Is it yours or is it. The states

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Markie Post, TV veteran actor of 'Night Court,' dies at 70

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Markie Post, TV veteran actor of 'Night Court,' dies at 70

"After market post has died in Los Angeles after dealing with cancer for years according to her manager post was seventy I margins are a letter with a look at post career all my clients plead innocent you're honor what grounds well they claim to be victims of a mind meld the post was probably best known for playing public defender Christine Sullivan for seven seasons on the TV show night court post also portrayed Elliott reed's mother on the show scrubs and Cameron Diaz's mother in the film there's something about Mary her husband TV producer Michael A. Ross says post family remembers her also as a person who made elaborate cakes for friends so the curtains for first departments and showed us how to be kind loving and forgiving and in often harsh world

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"one department" Discussed on #QualityMatters

#QualityMatters

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"one department" Discussed on #QualityMatters

"I'm probably not saying that right So this is kind of a test for kyle. I wanted to see what he knew and didn't know let's go So the first one he lists is a balanced scorecard. Okay have you heard of this. I have oh well then tell me what you think. And i'll compare it to what he says. Okay so you have to identify certain metrics that you're going to track for your company now. This is a problem that is pretty communists. Well is the goals of one department or one process may contradict with goals another process. So let's say for instance..

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"one department" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"one department" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tournaments With bedroom coming in coming in. I think they will rock number one in the world could into to both of those yet. They found the fire. Who could into both those tournaments. I felt the one department that belgium locked is having not finish. I don't think new kaku who was they alternate number nine was clinical enough finisher for them. We're in that tournament. No all of the sudden with new kaku playing his best football and probably able to deliver on on that number nine. That belgium needed in those last tournaments. You go into this euros without didn't has offered me not eaten. Has that we knew of previous years. You go into that tournament with roberto martinez preferring to play a back three but right now that back three includes britain in an old derailed who passed pas best and as much as denied it has come in and contributed significantly. You still lack piece was shooting between between the former to and not said about positions. Those are considered so while. I think belgium. I've improved in some departments right in some. They've just four. And i fear that again. They're just bats teams in this tournament. You're going to pass failings in tournaments. Have any influence going into the next one Definitely definitely i mean you want to see a progression over the years you know from every specific squad every and talking about belgium. Obviously they had a a very good world cup in in in russia. And so you you expect them to go further. I mean you. Will you wonder wonderful bill to martinez build on that last tournament and get them. Get them to the big triumphs. Because when you look at that what overall squad.

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"one department" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"one department" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"So we're on a very very large scale and no matter how you train the mock with data you've got is pretty much guaranteed that the distribution of your training data won't be exactly the same. As the distribution let the model season the real world and so from a statistical point of view where season real world is a population. Okay what you're training long is on some sub population of that population and on top. Like you don't have every example not subpopulations so a sampling distribution of that sub population. My real challenges not to try to get more data. But how can i train in the way that given this population i'm training. It will still generalize into that differential between the sub population and the population that the model watch and then within that distribution of the sub population. You also have the problem of trying to counteract any potential bias in that randomized sub sample of the population. Yeah you know we kind of you know a few years ago kinds of techniques tried. That would fail. Or miss detecting. I mean i i give you a classic example ideas how it's done. When when we started a i make x ray classification models the inadvertently were biased on. What's called the view. Okay here's a scenario you know. Most of the data was coming from big hospital groups and big hospital. Groups are very cost billing conscious. Okay so at any one of these big hospitals. You're going to have more than one x ray department so you can have one department. That's low cost more basic x ray equipment and you have another department has very say costly x ray equipment. That's high cost now. You're a doctor. And the patient comes right and as a doctor you try to a prediction of the likelihood. This person has the moment. If you think it's low likelihood you would send them to go. Low cost department thought that there was high likelihood you'd send him to a high cost. The problem is these departments use different. You know models of the x ray machines so when you get your data it turns out that. Almost every instance from the low cost one is a negative not pneumonia and almost every instance from the high cost. One is pneumonia says totally skew. And of course they take the images is not identical. That sort of framing. That's your view and what happens in early days is online learning the view. Not the x-ray ray came in sosa known as an unseen variant came. You know we have all kinds of ways of trying to deal at first you have to detect the existence of that too. We might use a surrogate model. Okay so we have. Suspicion that say feature. X is is a bias or an unseen. kobe bryant. Okay so you have your regular mal..

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"one department" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

The Indigo Podcast

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"one department" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

"Me that report by tuesday at two. Because i have to do this piece. You're creating your own bureaucracy. Knit exists everywhere and yes we shape at it. 'cause sometimes you know what you just can't i don't know ben. Have you ever gotten into work one day. And just say gosh. I just cannot get my noggin in the game. I'm not talking about everything no for you. I believe for happened. Mr hundred milliliters of alcohol on last thursday the fourth or whatever but this is the thing and so people who in our country in our society and i've met some of these guys some of them identify as say libertarians. or something. say throw it all out complete freedom. But eventually they're like oh man maybe we do need a speed limit and so they come together and you'll find out that most of the times lots of the times they'll reinvent the same bureaucracy that they burned to the ground and throughout and so i would encourage our listeners. That are really anti doolittle heart check. Is this just your egner. Chimpanzee throwing some feces. Because you just don't like to be focused one day. Maybe it is. Get rid of all the rules right. And i've oftentimes heard it said in this kind of referring to political thought but sometimes people say well you know we should have. We have the statue of liberty but it needs to be balanced by the statue of responsibility. And i think that the same thing applies in our organizations. There's this balance that we have to seek and continually hone between complete autonomy and having structure. So that's a little bit about. We're talking about here. You know we look at any organization there there a lot of bureaucracy. You have functional divisions for example you have the. It folks you have the hr folks. You have the accounting and finance opposite sales. Whatever always different parts of the organization that are bureaucratic in terms of them being specialized areas of expertise and there are benefits to that now. Are there drawbacks. Yeah you could very easily start to get these silos in the organization so you know where maybe one department stop talking to another and all those types of things but it is prevalent and there is a reason for it It can be helpful then..

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Use-of-force cases prompt state debates over officer records

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Use-of-force cases prompt state debates over officer records

"I'm Julie Walker lawmakers in more than twenty states have considered bills this year to make the disciplinary records of police officers public the push comes amid high profile deaths at the hands of law enforcement one of those was in Elizabeth city North Carolina where another night of protest took place after the fatal shooting of Andrew brown junior by sheriff's deputies meanwhile police disciplinary records are shielded from the media and public in about twenty states at least sixteen of contemplated making the records public supporters say it could help improve police accountability build community trust and prevent officers with disciplinary problems leave one department from being hired by another opponent say it could harm the reputations of officers with only minor infractions or even put them in danger I'm Julie Walker

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"one department" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"one department" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"Episode fifty we feature the voices of local government leaders rebecca woodbury and kelly permanently along with civic innovator judie brown to provide insights into the pandemic impact on our local government. We wanted to do a deeper dive into how the pandemic an economic crash has impacted the city of san francisco's ability to provide services to our community members. In this special hour long episode. We wanted to focus on the city and county of san francisco's office of economic and workforce development. The office of economic and workforce development is one of the city government departments that has a unique mission of working across multiple sectors in our community from economic and community development to work for training community benefits and housing to accomplish our goal of this deep dive. In this episode. We feature the voice of joaquin torres who over the past decade plus has been working in the center of all the intersections of the office of economic and workforce development. I'm joined remotely by joaquin torres. The former director of the san francisco of economic and workforce development who is appointed in january of twenty twenty one by mayor breed as the new assessor recorder of the san francisco office of the assessor recorder. Okay and welcome to voices of the community george. I really wanted to have you on the show. Because you've been working in economic and workforce development along with affordable housing for a while now and these are the three big areas that have been impacted the most by covid nineteen. So i think it would be really wonderful if you could just provide the audience as we were talking before we came on. Just i've known you for a while in the background. But i think it would be great if you can talk a little bit about your background working with the housing authority and then moving over into the hall invest in our neighborhoods program. And then. Of course i wanna ask you about your love of the arts community as well. Yeah extra While my name is joaquin torres. And i'm the second quarter for the city and county san francisco. I was very very fortunate to be appointed as you mentioned by maryland and grape sworn in on february. Eight and i've been diving into the world of of assessing recording in taking a very intricate series of steps away from about a eleven year career primarily in one department in the city and county and that was the office of economic and workforce development. A place that had always attracted me since i joined the city back in a two thousand nine working first for mayor gavin newsom as a district liaison to the latino community native american communities and districts. Nine eight and eleven supervisorial districts in the city for the perspective of people today. That means a supervisor management's district from today or supervisor hillary ronen district today and supervisor ultra soft i-it's district today. When i joined the city that david compost. Who's now chief of staff to jesup. Leading district attorney brooding as well as the head of a democratic county central committee. Then of course john lewis Eleven embedded duffy at the time in district agonized started so a lot has changed but so many of the issues. We were talking about back then that might have been considered on. The fringe are front and center in every single discussion. Every single article every single news clipping story arts programming lectures webinars that we see today. I think that's been very interesting for overtime. Moving through those years of working for gavin newsom than beginning the invested neighborhoods initiative under mayor li after serving his director of neighborhood services that constituent direct service work that. I was doing that. Tyrod restarted than i was tasked with leading that invested neighborhoods initiative really focusing on during that time and.

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A Brief History of Neuroscience

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

A Brief History of Neuroscience

"So neuroscience. The study of the nervous system has had an interesting history of being both extremely old and extremely new Ancient greeks and egyptians went back and forth whether the brain or the heart was the center of intelligence and hippocrates argued that the brain was the center though this wouldn't gain traction until the roman physician galen proposed it It took until an understanding of electricity. In the nineteenth century before we could really understand the brain the experiments of luigi gala vanni and the electrical activity of the body pave the way for research in the nervous system for awhile. Neuroscience research was divided into different fields such as physiology anatomy zulu psychiatry etc David roche helped integrate these fields creating the neuroscience research program at mit in nineteen sixty two. james mcgowan established the first department of neuroscience at university of california irvine in nineteen sixty four and later major neuroscience organizations were created including the international brain research organization. Or i bro. because it's a bunch of bros. Working on brains at that could be like your pneumonic for it That was established in nineteen sixty one and the society for neuroscience was established in nineteen sixty which is known for its annual meeting. One of the largest scientific conferences in the world so we're gonna start with neurons aka the small stuff so adam is and again. This is all adams words. I i am not the data scientist or the neuro scientists in this situation. I am just. I am the female voice of adam. Large in this specific instance. Everyone so all my words are his words. Except when i do inside you'll know when that happens on many less syllables. Yeah it would be those. Those observations will be much

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"one department" Discussed on EXPEERIENCE

EXPEERIENCE

07:57 min | 8 months ago

"one department" Discussed on EXPEERIENCE

"Basket explains we rely on delivery partners. But if it doesn't show up at the door that's not. Hey sorry that's fix. It's like well. We really sorry on behalf of fedex or on behalf of another caria because they're our partner and we trust them we punt with the second rule as brett continues is presenting a unified front within your business. It's also not a whole. I'm really sorry. Our operations team messed up. No they didn't miss up we as a company take on that and so i think that's one of the big things that customers really turn off from an as a customer and consumer myself that really turns me off of seven calling into a company and one department is laying blame on another department. I think that those moments are actually the biggest opportunities to really build those long term relationships with customers when something does go wrong. It's taken a while for us to really dig in and look at a number of elements but through data. Science team is really looked to recently at the type of trigger points. Prompt as they dig into it that lead a customer into that loyal state and any contact with customer service is a higher driver driver in a likely driver of that customer. Getting to a loyal state as customer than someone never had contact with customer service. And so really looking at those experiences as an opportunity and as a way to be over india loyalty. that's extraordinary to consider. Isn't it the moment. Your customer is unhappy with your product. Service is the moment that delivering the right customer. Experience can secure that customer for life. Cx expert and consultant. john pico shared. Why this happens when it's important to realize is that even the best companies the legendary ones the amazons. The apples the cosco's the ritz koren's the disney's of the world. Even they sometimes have customer experience failures. But what makes them different is that they don't resign themselves to creating a dissatisfied customer or brand tractor at that point what those great companies recognize. Is that if you over correct on the recovery you can actually create a more loyal customer after the recovery than you had before the failure and the reason for this is because it goes back to that emotional resonance when there's a failure in the customer experience it creates generally an emotionally charged situation. Your customer might feel vulnerable. They might feel frustrated or angry and emotion is a memory cue and so basically. You're priming the customer to remember what you're going to do at that moment. And so if you over perform on the recovery it has an opportunity to create a peak in the experience. That people are gonna remember a peek. That could be so high that it actually eclipses the negativity of the failure in the first place now conversely if you do a crummy job on that recovery again because your customer is emotionally primed to remember exactly what you're doing that could crater the impressions of the experience and they could remember that for a long time and this is something that's been studied quite a bit so much so that a term was coined to describe it and it's called the service recovery paradox and it really refers to this idea that you can have a failure in the customer experience but that just wow the customer on their recovery. You could actually cultivate even greater loyalty with them at that point. That's why recovery's are really important in customer experience. I love that insight. Customer experience speaker and coach. Dan gingas gave us a fantastic of overperforming on recovery. Which i really wanted to share with you. It starts with a dissatisfied customer of online. Pet supplies retailer chewy. She left a negative review on choose website for some cat litter now. This is not a chewy branded cat litter. Think of them as playing the role of amazon. Here they're just selling somebody else's letter so she left a negative review about the litter and the review said that it was not good for her longhaired cat that i guess longhaired cats require a different kind of litter. She thought that was the end of it. That's all she did was leave a negative review the next day she got a customer service email from chewy that said we saw that you left a negative review. Were very sorry you had a bad experience. We've gone ahead and refunded your money for the purchase. Now she never asked for refunds right and then they said if you don't know what to do with the access litter we suggest bringing it to your local shelter or donating it in some way. Then the agent says i've gone ahead and research litters. That might be better for your longhaired cat in here are four suggestions with links to them. It gets better. It then says. Please give our love to roma. Roma is the name of the woman's cat they have that written down somewhere and they also go on to say that they have a furry wall of fame in their office and if she wouldn't mind sending a picture of roma they'd love to put her up on the wall of fame the email ends. Happy whiskers comma stephanie. And what is incredible about this is how personalized it is. It's not just dear first name. It's dear first name. We see that you had a problem with ex. We've suggested y one y two y three and why four as alternatives. Please say hello to insert pet's name here and the best part is as i actually think this email is a template. I think they've gotten so good at it that they can template most of it except for the part where they have to look for alternative products which requires some human intervention. But that's a lot different than just an email that says dear first name and the focus on. Hey this is a good customer. She had a bad experience. We're going to rectify it without her even asking. We're going to be proactive about it. We're also going to try to help her because just refunding. Her money doesn't solve her problem. She still doesn't have any litter for cats. So we're going to try to sell that problem and then we're gonna use something that we know about her that is probably near and dear to her heart which is her pet and our pets name. And we're going to try to establish a relationship with her on that it's unbelievable. What a story of exceptional customer experience we all know that customer is not going anywhere and dan makes a really important point about this approach and they also have figured out that. It's about the long game. It's not about this single transaction. Of course they lost money on that single transaction clearly. But it's also why chewy is known for when you call up and you cancel your food subscription because your pet died. The next thing they do is send you flowers and condolence card because they know that most pet owners are going to get another pet at some point and so they're thinking about the long game and too many times. Companies are thinking about the current transaction. This moment in time. We're sorry we can't accept that return because our returns period has expired really. That's the conversation you want to have with me after. I spend all this money with you all year long and frankly i have a choice of where to spend that money so we think often too much about the current transaction instead of playing the long game and when you play the long game you look at your customers in a very different way. I want to get back to my conversation with francis. Fry an morris and talk more about dealing with crisis outside of your control. But steve bela's chief creative officer of sky in new zealand. Told me a fantastic story. About how great. Cx can turn a mistake into an event that can delight your customer. It happened during his tenure at air new zealand and is a perfect example of the adage of being given lemons.

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"one department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"one department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Shoulder. Inbound Stevenson at LaGrange Road. We're under a winter weather advisory from midnight till noon Sunday. While the snow expected in our area has stopped for now, even colder air will follow with dangerous windchills. WGN's Rob Steed was outside earlier tonight. The wind is coming in ways one minute is hitting hard. The next minute is kind of blowing softly right now is blowing softly on the full forecast. Coming up later, and latest tour coronavirus numbers are in the other one Department of Public Health Saturday reported 3062 new confirmed cases of cover 19 Eleanor now has 1,144,281 total cases. DPH is also reporting 60 additional deaths from the Corona virus, which brings the number of total fatalities. 2 19,585 90,295 covert tests have been conducted within the last day. 1,294,000 born in 98 vaccines have been administered thus far, while 2271 other residents are hospitalized with the virus. The positivity rate is 3.4% gave Salgado WGN news ranks just 45th out of all 50 states when it comes to distributing the cupboard 19 vaccine that's created a lot of frustration for people who are We didn't get their shot. Dr. Vishnu Chandi of the Chicago Medical Society, says that the current distribution process isn't working. I hate to criticize folks, but you know clearly today I had an 80 year old friend of mine who's a retired physician who's been searching for weeks to try to get vaccinated. So the folks that really need it or not getting the vaccine and we need to make their for faster, better and easier. We don't have a single uniforms system that could sign up everybody in the state and direct them to areas. Illinois Department of Public Health says that over a million residents have already been vaccinate. That Chicago students and K through eight, who opted to return to classrooms last Monday are still in limbo as Chicago school officials and Chicago teachers union continued to negotiate terms for teachers and students to return to in class instruction. The debate is over. Covert 19 safety precautions and vaccinations for teachers, labor and environmental groups are teaming up against Wal Mart, claiming the company is not supporting American products as it claims to Union workers and members of the Greenpeace USA demonstrated outside the Lakeview store today, Protesters cilia Cody says jobs were being taken from an led light bulb plant in Ohio and being outsourced to China. We think the public who shopped here should know that the company that is trying to make you feel good about buying things made in the U. S. Is actually participating in moving work out of the U. S. To China so increasing the environmental footprint and taking way good American job warmer responded, saying it was G Lighting's decision on where to manufacture their products. Gun sales in Illinois continue set new records. Those sales have started drop off some because of the lack of supply for gun dealerships. Illinois State police say January set the fourth highest sales number and state history was nearly 56,500 guns sold. Gun sales in the state hit a record high last July it just over 65,000 shooting at the Indian Lakes Hotel on West suburban Bloomingdale Saturday morning killed one person injured several others while police are searching for the suspect. Village is pushing to revoke the hotel's business license. Bloomingdale's director of public safety Frank Jean Marie, See says crime on the hotel grounds has seen a dramatic increase recently had crimes involving drug use fights. We've taken guns off of people within the hotel and outside the hotel. We have had a drastic spike in crime in any lakes at the hotel itself. We conveyed our concerns to the hotel management to the ownership. Hotel security was.

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"one department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 11 months ago

"one department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Listening to Bloomberg Sound on with Kevin surly on Bloomberg Radio, and I'm Jeannie Shan Xeno in for Kevin. So, really this afternoon, and here with me is Rick Davis as well as Joe Carly, former congressman from the state of New York. And we were listening. Just moments ago is Charlie mentioned to President Biden, speaking from the state dining room in terms of his steps to address the covert 19 crisis, amongst other things, ordering more than 100 million more doses of each of the five adviser and Madonna. Vaccines as well, a speeding up shipments to the states. Earlier this afternoon, however, the president was addressing another crisis that he's talked about throughout his campaign and his first few days in office. And that is the fight against racial equity. The president early this afternoon had a signing of executive orders, which he said are particularly necessary in light of the killing of George Floyd and the attack on the Capitol, which included members of white supremacist groups. And in the context of that he signed executive actions about racial discrimination and federal housing, as well as condemned condemning racism against Asian Americans and Pacific violators. And I think we have some sound on that. We need to open the promise America that every American That means we need to make the issue of racial equity, not just an issue for any one department of government. It has to be the business of the whole of government. And while the president was speaking on the other end of Washington, D C on Capitol Hill, we had 45 Republican senators vote against the prospect of even holding an impeachment trial, which we know is coming up in about two weeks, starting the week of February ace Prior to that we heard from the White House press secretary Jen Psaki. On the fact that the senators were getting sworn in today just before they made that vote, And I believe we have sound on that. He's going to allow them to move forward at the pace and manner that the leaders in the Senate determined on I can promise you that we will leave the vote counting two leaders in the Senate from now on. So Rick and Joe Rick, let me get you in here And then Joe your view on this vote of these 45 Republican senators against even holding a trial that's scheduled to start in about two weeks. Yeah. I mean, I don't think it's a surprise that Republicans would just assume not preside over another trial for impeachment of Donald Trump. The last one resulted in empowering Donald Trump to an even larger degree. It was a Bit of Ah parliamentary trick that Rand Paul used to even have this vote. Democrats didn't want to have a pre Try Alvaro count, which is basically what this resulted in the five GOP members who voted to go forward with the With the impeachment trial aren't surprises. They are mostly from the centrist wing Borkowski Collins, Romney sass and to me to me not running for re election. So these air these air the core of what you expect, But you know, we've heard from Mitch McConnell, who voted with the other GOP members to go ahead and try and stop it. But he's basically said Donald Trump did commit Insurrection. And so we'll see what the final vote count is this We now know where the Republicans are today, but you need 12 more votes to make this thing an impeachment. So, Joe, do you think they can get the votes? They need to even get close to that 17. Or is this you know just a new attempt by the Democrats to do something. That cannot possibly done they're not going to get to that 17. And that vote today just insured that I think the 17 is a steep, clawing time where I was disappointed was that well, Portman, who just announces that he will not run for re election, voted with the 45. I think there was some speculation and I know about her. Almost 25 years, and I think he's a fine person. Um But that was kind of little bit disappointing. I want a shocking entirely the little disappointing, but I do think that this is more than a performer, you know, do the senators themselves are witnesses to the events of that day? The videotape. The amount of of discovery that will go on even now, before the trial begins is enormous, and I think there's such overwhelming evidence. Really, really have to the American people to decide as well. And all those senators who have voted with their party right now have to keep in mind that when referee election there are a lot of other non Republican members are non Trump supporters. Who don't see, don't see this sort of the same way that they do. Yeah, Gel, and I'm curious Or there any Democrats at all that would potentially Vote for acquittal. If if that case isn't made, my guess is not, But I'm kind of curious what you think. Probably not, Rick, but I I don't anticipate it. But I think from my vantage point again and trying to be a subjective as possible, you know, having served in that house. I know you know it well. Building two and everything that went on that day that the effects of that day what took place was just so beyond the pale. And the evidence there is overwhelming. I'd be surprised if any Democrat did not vote for impeachment. Even Joe mention has already said that he would He favors impeachment. He favors impeachment. He is the most important man in the United States Senate today. That's there's no question about that. Yeah, And I think you're right, Joe. I think that obviously there's a case to be made here and you worry about the sights and events that happened on January 6th. Losing their impact as each day goes by, so they'll they'll be an important, uh, effect that the media has, and the prosecutors have to make the case at the time to remind everybody These horrific events that you just aptly described and before the president spoke about Cove it earlier today, our colleague David Westin had a chance to talk to Governor, Phil Murphy of New Jersey. And so we're looking forward to hearing what he had.

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"one department" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"one department" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Well, I hear the phone ring in. That means somebody's calling in. Who is it? Oh, it's our good buddy Mr Steve Ettinger, from who's the executive director of the Illinois Conservation Foundation. I feel like I need to play the Johnny Carson think that that, uh Well, everything that warm welcome, Jackie. Thanks for having me. You're welcome, my friend. Hey, Um, First of all the way to talk about a couple of things with the Conservation Foundation we've got There's a recent press release, talked about some idea in our grandson one department actual resource grants, but also some of foundation grants that I didn't really know too much about, and I figured well. You're gonna learn. You better call the guy up. Yeah. Be happy to talk about that. So, um way have this biodiversity Field trip grants program where We will basically pay for teachers to take their classes on a field trip to study some aspect of Illinois's biodiversity. So, um, teachers in the past of taking their kids to anything from forest preserves to state parks, Nature's centers, Arboretum, Botanical Gardens, Aquarium, dude, you name it. Um, you know, with those they're all approved places to go. Um, the application deadline for that is not till January 31st. So he spoke out over a month. Here. Do you get applications in? Hmm? Okay, so these air for granted. Teachers apply for or who can apply for them. If the teachers usually are the ones who apply. It also applies to people who are home schooling. So home schoolers can also participate in these grants programs which over the last you know year, so it's become Little more popular and The teachers go out a couple of page application talking about where they would like to go. Would they expect their class to learn about and all that stuff? And then that submitted us and we along with the education program? After the Department of Natural Resource is go through the grants and grade them and then You know, there's a pretty high success rate for these things going through, so it's been a great program for us. I would say so. It sounds like you know, the people can really You know, benefit Wouldn't When you said the home school, I wouldn't look that suddenly that's that's part of the program. Um, you know they they're allowed to do field trips just like anybody who's going to traditional schooling. So It's their home schooling, and they liked me an application in there. Welcome to do that. Hmm. How did they file or what do you get the information or, you know, So you can you can do it through our website..

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"one department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"one department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Soldiers trained to keep the power flowing, engines running and supplies moving thing. Skilled trades these soldiers perform are the same ones needed in today's civilian workforce. Army National Guard soldiers are on the fast track to learning skills that could set them up for success at home, With companies looking to hire the best, with options from plumber to helicopter mechanic, and everything in between, soldiers are able to select the trades that best fit their lives. Their resumes are being built to their paid training and part time service. Find out how you too, can learn a trade profession and serve your community and country by visiting national guard com sponsored by the Wisconsin Army National Guard chaired by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, and this station. Hi. This is Brian T. Can you believe it's already time to plan for the holiday season? That means the end of the year is coming, too. So it's time to use your flex spending benefits. And that means you should go see my guy, Dr. James Michaels and O'Connell walk dental care for your check up in cleaning before you and the family are swamped with holiday events. I just want to see O'Connell walk dental care. Dr. James Michaels is my dentist. And I'm so happy to recommend him to you and your family. I went for some follow up procedures and I got to tell you, Dr Michaels and his staff are continuing to take extra precautions to keep you safe and healthy, but Always Dr Michaels understand your apprehension about going to the dentist in the first place. So whether you and your family need a simple cleaning an exam or a complex dental procedure, or maybe even a teeth whitening O'Connor. Matlock Dental will always make you as comfortable as possible and give you and your family and amazing smile and a condom walk. Dental care. Affordable quality. Dentistry is no longer a dream. It's the reality. Dr Michaels. Fantastic. Staff can help you with a no interest payment plan. We all have to go to the dentist. So do not wait. Go to my guy, Dr. James Michaels, Atacama walk dental care. Not had just moved into his first department.

Boston - Governor Baker announces tighter mask mandate, other Covid-19 restrictions

WBZ Overnight News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Governor Baker announces tighter mask mandate, other Covid-19 restrictions

"Baker announces new restrictions to curb the rising number of covert 19 cases in the state first Department of Public Health will once again issue a stay at home advisory. This time, the advisor will be in fact, from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. Residents should stay home between these hours with exceptions, like going to work into the grocery store. I've also signed an executive order that will require indoor recreation facilities, theaters, casinos. And virtually anything else that's open. That's an entertainment venue to close at 9 30. I will also require restaurants to stop providing table service at 9 30, but they continue to provide carry out Will also shut down liquor sales in restaurants and grocery stores and package stories and convenience stores at 9:30 P.m.. We've also updated the gatherings order to reduce the gathering limit of private homes to 10 people for indoor gatherings and 25 people for outdoor gatherings. These will go into effect at 12:01 A.m. Friday morning. W. B C's

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Massachusetts issues new restrictions and a stay-at-home advisory

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts issues new restrictions and a stay-at-home advisory

"Charlie Baker calling Oppa's money gets 1000 members of the National Guard to make sure the state's position to maintain public safety in the aftermath of the election. Keep it right here on BBC news radio for continuing coverage. The governor, also announcing some new restrictions to curb the rising tide of covert 19 in the state first Department of Public Health will once again issue a stay at home advisory. This time, the advisor will be in fact, from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. Residents should stay home between these hours with exceptions, like going to work into the grocery store. I've also signed an executive order that will require indoor recreation facilities, theaters, casinos. And virtually anything else that's open. That's an entertainment venue to close at 9 30

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The Answer is The 5 Minute Pickup

A Slob Comes Clean

05:15 min | 1 year ago

The Answer is The 5 Minute Pickup

"So I'd asked in their four questions because my brain is just a little bit like. Lately and so I needed some questions to answer for the PODCAST and I'm. Calling this episode you know the answer is the five minute pickup or something like that because that was the answer to at least four different questions within this thing. So I wanted to make sure that you know as I was answering all this different things, I, was putting him into a word doc. I'll do another podcast right answer some more questions but I thought you know there's like four different times in here where in my notes I've said we'll interested pick up. Well, the answer is a five minute pick up and I thought okay. Well, what what are some different questions where the answer is the five minute pickup all right. So here we go. Do. You have any tips for making sure you get completely unpacked from a trip in a timely manner. Are you curious how the answer to this question is GonNa be the five minute pickup So the real answer to this is by the way. Sometimes, when I asked for questions and people start giving me questions I started to feel like wait I feel like these questions make it seem like I, know all the answers to everything and I really don't this is mostly me just going from my experience and also having thought about these things and laid out different strategies in my home over the past eleven years and written about it like I feel like if i. Even, if I had lived for the eleven years working on my own house, getting it to the point where it is now, I wouldn't necessarily be able to answer these questions except for the fact that I've written about it, which means I have like laid out steps I have put together actual strategies and strategies into words, and that's the only reason. I feel like I can answer these questions but sometimes questions like this. Make me panic and go I'm not perfect I don't know everything in my house is not perfect but whatever here So the question was, do you have any tips for making sure making sure No there's no way to make sure of anything you can get complete or you get completely unpacked from a trip in a timely manner. So that the number one way that I manage this is having a designated place for my suitcases. Okay because. which I mean, there's probably people listening going how would you not have a designated place but the reality is sometimes suitcases are these weird things because you don't use them all that often you pull them out. And it's like, Oh, where should I the suitcases but when I I have a designated place, there's a in my bedroom I think I had talked about at different times on the blog. But when my mother in law passed away and we cleaned out her assisted living apartment, she had a little wardrobe that was really kind of her her pride and joy and really was so useful in her little apartment shit. Close, more than confident her closet and they were important to her so there was a little. I. Forget what kind of what it is, but she always called it. Bites what type of what it was, but might be I. Don't know anyway this little wardrobe and and she loved that thing like it was something that she and my father in law had purchased when they first got married in their first department and it really is it's pretty and and so when it came down to it. You know getting rid of stuff I was like Oh. This is one of those things I really hate to get rid of, but I? I made sure I had an actual spot and purpose for it in my home before I brought it home and so what we ended up doing was we have this little space. It's perfectly I measured it to make sure. In our bedroom that used to be, where are my husband's stereo system went which you know stereo systems are not really the thing anymore, which is Kinda. Funny. But like as far as big speakers and things like that but he did keep his turntable. Well, there was a little shelf at the top where we used to have our TV. Like our big boxy TV. There was a little shelf at the top, and it's kind of like this cutout section of the wall, and so it's kind of a weird place. Anyway, we'll the top shelf he put the turntable from hysteria system and that's all he kept. Their. And then our CDs are up there and then this would wardrobe thing fits right in there. Okay. Because I had had some stuff that was kind of putting in that spot anyway that looked a key but once we that wardrobe in there, then those things can go in there. So that's like my camera and lighting equipment for youtube videos and things like that. Where do y'all put your stuff, your youtube videos I know a lot of extra probably duty to. But anyway. So that is there but also had room for. Most. Of Our suitcases if I put my smaller suitcases inside of my larger suitcases. Okay. So it Kinda takes a little bit of finagling but I'm willing to do that because suitcases or something that I want to have easily accessible. Not that we've travelled much in twenty twenty but in general, I travel on it somewhat decently regular basis except for twenty twenty. And if my suitcases are in the attic, it just makes it too much of

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The Answer is The 5 Minute Pickup

A Slob Comes Clean

06:15 min | 1 year ago

The Answer is The 5 Minute Pickup

"So in I've been working on a project. Oh, I WANNA make sure to go ahead and tell you guys that we're having plumbing work done. I think I've mentioned it. It's really expensive. Crazy expensive. and. They are doing something and I'm I'm trying to not think about what they're doing, but it involves some major digging and it's basically a pipe that is messed up under our house. We have a slab and we're in Texas and all that kind of stuff. So. which means that the Way The slab works is different. I don't know I. Don't know our ground. We can't have basements here. Does that make? Does it help at all in the understanding but like nobody has a basement I live 'cause they can't do basement in our kind of grown I. Think it's like rock or something I don't know. Any way they are doing things into basically for the last week and a half they've been digging and most the time. It's not that big of a deal and then every once in a while it's like this. Sound and so in case you hear any of that. It's not my stomach. It's the digging and thanks for listening to the podcast and supporting our sponsors so that we can pay for this plumbing. Whatever anyway. Here we go. We are talking about various questions. So I had asked the people in the Patriot on facebook group if you'd like to know more about being a patron of the show at the five dollar level you get to. Become a part of the super secret facebook group. But if you'd like to find out more about that, go to Patriotdepot dot com slash asleep comes clean. That's P. T. R. E. O. N. DOT COM slash quince clean and I always put that in the show notes as well a link to that but so I'd asked in their four questions because my brain is just a little bit like. Lately and so I needed some questions to answer for the PODCAST and I'm. Calling this episode you know the answer is the five minute pickup or something like that because that was the answer to at least four different questions within this thing. So I wanted to make sure that you know as I was answering all this different things, I, was putting him into a word doc. I'll do another podcast right answer some more questions but I thought you know there's like four different times in here where in my notes I've said we'll interested pick up. Well, the answer is a five minute pick up and I thought okay. Well, what what are some different questions where the answer is the five minute pickup all right. So here we go. Do. You have any tips for making sure you get completely unpacked from a trip in a timely manner. Are you curious how the answer to this question is GonNa be the five minute pickup So the real answer to this is by the way. Sometimes, when I asked for questions and people start giving me questions I started to feel like wait I feel like these questions make it seem like I, know all the answers to everything and I really don't this is mostly me just going from my experience and also having thought about these things and laid out different strategies in my home over the past eleven years and written about it like I feel like if i. Even, if I had lived for the eleven years working on my own house, getting it to the point where it is now, I wouldn't necessarily be able to answer these questions except for the fact that I've written about it, which means I have like laid out steps I have put together actual strategies and strategies into words, and that's the only reason. I feel like I can answer these questions but sometimes questions like this. Make me panic and go I'm not perfect I don't know everything in my house is not perfect but whatever here So the question was, do you have any tips for making sure making sure No there's no way to make sure of anything you can get complete or you get completely unpacked from a trip in a timely manner. So that the number one way that I manage this is having a designated place for my suitcases. Okay because. which I mean, there's probably people listening going how would you not have a designated place but the reality is sometimes suitcases are these weird things because you don't use them all that often you pull them out. And it's like, Oh, where should I the suitcases but when I I have a designated place, there's a in my bedroom I think I had talked about at different times on the blog. But when my mother in law passed away and we cleaned out her assisted living apartment, she had a little wardrobe that was really kind of her her pride and joy and really was so useful in her little apartment shit. Close, more than confident her closet and they were important to her so there was a little. I. Forget what kind of what it is, but she always called it. Bites what type of what it was, but might be I. Don't know anyway this little wardrobe and and she loved that thing like it was something that she and my father in law had purchased when they first got married in their first department and it really is it's pretty and and so when it came down to it. You know getting rid of stuff I was like Oh. This is one of those things I really hate to get rid of, but I? I made sure I had an actual spot and purpose for it in my home before I brought it home and so what we ended up doing was we have this little space. It's perfectly I measured it to make sure. In our bedroom that used to be, where are my husband's stereo system went which you know stereo systems are not really the thing anymore, which is Kinda. Funny. But like as far as big speakers and things like that but he did keep his turntable. Well, there was a little shelf at the top where we used to have our TV. Like our big boxy TV. There was a little shelf at the top, and it's kind of like this cutout section of the wall, and so it's kind of a weird place. Anyway, we'll the top shelf he put the turntable from hysteria system and that's all he kept. Their. And then our CDs are up there and then this would wardrobe thing fits right in there. Okay. Because I had had some stuff that was kind of putting in that spot anyway that looked a key but once we that wardrobe in there, then those things can go in there. So that's like my camera and lighting equipment for youtube videos and things

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The Latest: British PM to announce new social restrictions

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British PM to announce new social restrictions

"Federal more than two buildings hundred thousand in downtown people Louisville in America Kentucky have now are closed died and of covert officers nineteen are standing according by to as numbers a city compiled awaits a possible by Johns decision Hopkins University about charges and Brianna which has Taylor's been tracking police the shooting virus from the start Louisville Kentucky is getting the ready first for the coronavirus state attorney general's case announcement in the U. S. about was reported whether he'll charge on police January officers twenty and first Brianna Taylor's of this shooting year death by on late Monday may the the Louisville country metro had hit police one department hundred canceled thousand officers deaths vacations and while the numbers police have say gone for public down safety since the the peak restricting of the pandemic vehicle traffic in downtown the spring the and corona placing barricades virus still around claims Jefferson the square lives park of where hundreds many previous each protests day have been held yesterday Brianna in Taylor the US was shot there eight were three times hundred on March and thirteenth fifty six by officers deaths who entered with her home fifty using a two no thousand knock warrant seventy during a narcotics new cases investigation reported large protests I'm over Julie her death Walker erupted in late may Taylor's family and many celebrities and activists have been pushing Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to criminally charge officers involved in the raid I'm Jennifer king

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"one department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"one department" Discussed on KOMO

"With a blistering speech against President Trump's Simple Truth is Donald Trump failed to protect America. So now. He's trying to scare America. While the president accused Biden and the Democrats for the violence and unrest in American cities Months, Joe Biden has given moral aid and comfort to the Vandals, repeating the monsters lie that these were peaceful protests and not peaceful protest. That's anarchy and the president heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin tomorrow to meet with law enforcement officials, The mayor and the governor asking him to reconsider. Police in Portland, Oregon, have identified the man fatally shot during protests over the weekend is Erin J. Danielson. Medical examiner's office says he died from a bullet wound to the chest in Pittsburgh. They're pushing back the start of the school year are weak due to an unexpected shortage of laptop computers for students. Delia Alban ABC News News 1000 FM. 97 7. Good evening. I'm ELISA Jaffe Here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. A win for gun safety Advocates in Washington as a U. S District court dismisses a challenge to the state's firearms law initiative. 16 39 come ASU. Romero has more. The decision means that two provisions of I 16 39, including raising the buying age from 18 to 21 for semi automatic assault rifles will stand. Kristen Elling Bo is with the Gun Safety Group Alliance for Gun Responsibility. This today is a huge victory for gun safety in Washington. It means that the Voter approved initiatives. 16 39 remains the law of the land in our state. But Dave workmen with the gun rights groups Second Amendment Foundation, which challenged the initiative was appalled if adults ages 18 19 and 20 aren't mature enoughto Oh, no firearm, then that's a question that maybe they had a bounce off the Marine Corps in the United States Army and the Navy, he says. The legal battle is not over. See Romero Comeau news. Communities that don't have as much access to covert 19 testing will now have to free testing sites. The story from comas Ryan Harris. Those two sites opened this week in Auburn and next week in Renton, the latter under a partnership with King County Health and the nonprofit Clinics of Health Point and the Auburn site staffed by Valley Regional Fire Authority Cruise. Valley Regional chief Brent Swearingen says they're certainly used to what he calls street medicine. But they couldn't scale up the mass testing without the cooperation with the county and each other. When you drive into the site, you're gonna find firefighters. We're in a valley Regional fire of passion. Gonna find South King patches. You're gonna find your sound patches, red patches, And if one department has a hard time staffing, the other departments will step in. The idea. Behind the two sites is to provide testing for communities of color, which can be more vulnerable. The things like Cove in 19. But don't have access to the help they need. Brian Harris Comeau News, a Puyallup Long term care facility, part of a group associated with the outbreak of covert 19 is reporting some positive news comes Kelly Blair Reports Life care Center in Kirkland was the first facility in the state to really get hit by covert cases. Groups facility in Puyallup Life Care Center of South Hill initially saw two cases in the spring. But last month I saw 67 more about half involving patients in half staff. They report nine deaths. All the fatalities were patients with underlying medical conditions. News Tribune is now reporting the facility is Corona virus Free life care work with health agencies to separate positive patients, Use P P E and emphasized hand Washington limit the spread. They also limited access to one door and took people's temperatures as they entered and exited the facility. Kelly Blier COMA News Come.

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A Look at Police Body Cam Technologies, and Where They Fall Short

The 3:59

08:10 min | 1 year ago

A Look at Police Body Cam Technologies, and Where They Fall Short

"The nationwide protests over the killing of George, Floyd brought many things alight from racial inequality to police brutality. One issue that's come back to the forefront is whether or not police body cams are effective tools to hold officers accountable. I'm Roger Jiang. This is your daily charge with me senior video producer Butch Kerry who was a video out today discussing this various you welcome bridget. Thanks for having me. So body cameras really spiked popularity with the police back between fourteen talk about what really sparked this move answer where we are today yeah. It really began with Michael Brown because when he was shot by a white police officer in two thousand fourteen, there was no video footage to show it happened in the officer didn't face charges. So the family came out and Please request thought you know there's a movement that police can wear body cameras that was pushed even further by President Obama also saying that this should be the change for the future. Then there were federal grant setup to help departments pay for them. So you did have this big increase in police departments trying to help their relationship with the community and saying, Hey, we're going to have body cameras now but I mean that was present fourteen and I feel like we're still at the same place which. Is why I wanted to do this report and look into how do they work and why are we still at the same place and it really comes down to how different departments are using the cameras zero zillion talk a little bit about that and just to give our listeners a sense of how broadly there used. I, know you mentioned those grants to the Justice Department awarded place apartments in thirty states more than twenty three, million dollars for body Cam. So how many police officers actually use them? That the data right now, when you look at the statistics, it's looking like about half of our nation right now has officer some way or another obviously is hard to be exactly of small apartments, large departments but right now the idea looks like about half the country has law enforcement wearing some kind of camera or has tested out cameras some. In some way I, mean issues basic the you have officers wear cameras people will change their behavior when they know they're being recorded right there's more trust now when they're when there's a cameras more accountability these really lofty goals for one piece attack at there have been a few snags along the way. Of them being cost of storage because you have all these officers recording when they come into a situation every day. So figure, every officer has maybe three or four hours of recording everyday they have to store in the cloud. Well, how long are they storing that and how much is needing to be saved It's all different depending on every single up police department. So sometimes, it's months sometimes years and you're looking at costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. One department only had five police officers in the little town of Nebraska, and they were looking at something around fifteen grand. A year and this is like not folk is not feasible for every department to pay this because those those grants we talked about they don't cover ongoing storage costs. So some departments have been pulled out of using them because they don't see it's it's useful for them to be paying for it because the storage storage is definitely issued cost is an issue. These unforeseen costs are a real. Red Flag but bring it back to you know the ultimate idea that these cameras were supposed to bring accountability and to prove relations with the community was twenty and we're still protesting about police brutality Take things are worse than they ever are they have been. So what happened how did they fail to accomplish that goal? I wouldn't call them an outright failure, but it certainly is a failure in A. Couple of aspects one It goes back to how these tools are being used for one A officers have the ability for the most part right now to start and stop the recording on their own because they they really feel like you should have that kind of freedom. Do you really want a camera to be always turned on in every instance? No not when you're visiting someone at the hospital Having a private conversation or just you know having your lunch that said, what are the punishments if you don't hit that record button when you were supposed to or finding that there isn't a lot of incentive to do the right thing or I should say you know punishment if you miss a recording when you're supposed to at least that's what a lot of the researchers I talked to were saying that. If if you don't activate your camera, you know what's the consequence for that That's that's one area that's missing. Other area that that's missing is how can the public get access to this footage to be accountable? You countless studies have been done, and most recently they looked at all the studies and said, all right. What's the data we're seeing that there are fewer complaints against police officers. That's a good thing. We're seeing that police officers have footage to say, Hey, look I was justified that this was a false complaint against me. Great cameras are showing the truth in different aspects but a cameras show every angle of the story that happened and the cameras only as good as being able to release the footage. So some researchers I talked to said. We WanNA. See more data on can the public access when they want to receive some change now in New York City the mayor said that anytime now there is an incident where someone killed or seriously injured they will release footage but for a while there was this law that said, they don't have to release anything. We'll as a camera that you know. So so that's really the problem. I it comes down to not having a uniformed a set of rules or standards on win. This footage can be released in how it can be used. To the point of consistency, you mentioned New York City Mayor de Blasio a changes law he's fairly alone. He's he's sort of serve an isolated case right? Because the the rules are very greatly I don't think there's any kind of national mandate to be more transparent about when they released this footage ride, we're starting to see changes win the public points, their camera at a situation and out that officers didn't have their cameras turned on over in. Louisville when there was a shooting at the restaurant owner those officers who did not activate. Their cameras were put on leave a might my questions are okay they're put on leave but they're suspended. Where are you know the the more serious deterrence there? You know what's happening people are losing their jobs over it out win when government realized that the spotlight's on them you know but we have to look at what's going on in terms of using them. There is some technology though that is kind of starting to change that part of it like having a camera automatically turn on when it senses something's happening it could be win a Taser guns pulled out of a holster. It could be also not so serious like when it detects a police vehicle going at a certain speed or detects other kind of check marks author software so that Way If an officer is in the heat of the moment and can't remember to turn on their camera. It does it for them There's also talk about live streaming. So some of the cameras are able to have a superior back at home base tap into what that officer is seen in real time. That is a great advantage. When something serious is going down, they get a real time feedback. But. It's something that they're also can be push back with with police unions going wait a second I don't want someone seeing what I'm doing all times I don't live streaming only a few departments really have started to use livestream I. Think Cincinnati was one of the first that used the teaser brand of version of livestream on their cameras, and that was just February so very early for that technology but there's a lot of talk about that.

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`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

"Hi there an Mike actor is and new Rossi a former information you're TV reporting show the about is trump facing what administration may have caused rape the seeks charges helicopter to roll crash back protections that killed Kobe prosecutors for tech Bryant companies in his Los daughter Angeles the say trump and that administration seven seventies others show wants actor Congress Danny to take Masterson away the information some legal has is been protections in charged the seventeen with for the online rape hundred of platforms three page women report such as Facebook the from actor the national was Google charged transportation and with Twitter three counts safety long of rape board held protections by force it have says or generally the fear pilot shielded of the the helicopter the charges companies come that from after crashed legal a responsibility three in thick year fog investigation for what reported of the users actor who he post is was forty climbing on four their sites years old when the in justice fact one department count involves he proposes was an assault descending rolling on the twenty back three the liability report year old says woman protections the pilot in two thousand told granted air under traffic one the nineteen controllers ninety one six of the twenty communications he was climbing eight year decency to four old thousand in act two thousand feet the treated three to get the above companies clouds and as platforms eight on January twenty three twenty rather year than six old publishers woman but later in which reality can in two be thousand the sued chopper over three content was plunging the allegations last month first toward president came a hillside out Donald when prosecutors Trump southwest signed announced an executive of Los them in twenty Angeles order seventeen where challenging crashed the Masterson protections killing from all denied the aboard nineteen the ninety allegations six the report telecommunications at does that not time offer law a conclusion I'm Mike Oscar about Crossey what wells caused Gabriel up the Washington crash rather to compilation of factual reports that we gathered about the case a final report on the calls will come later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

"Hi there an Mike actor is and new Rossi a former information you're TV reporting show the about is trump facing what administration may have caused rape the seeks charges helicopter to roll crash back protections that killed Kobe prosecutors for tech Bryant companies in his Los daughter Angeles the say trump and that administration seven seventies others show wants actor Congress Danny to take Masterson away the information some legal has is been protections in charged the seventeen with for the online rape hundred of platforms three page women report such as Facebook the from actor the national was Google charged transportation and with Twitter three counts safety long of rape board held protections by force it have says or generally the fear pilot shielded of the the helicopter the charges companies come that from after crashed legal a responsibility three in thick year fog investigation for what reported of the users actor who he post is was forty climbing on four their sites years old when the in justice fact one department count involves he proposes was an assault descending rolling on the twenty back three the liability report year old says woman protections the pilot in two thousand told granted air under traffic one the nineteen controllers ninety one six of the twenty communications he was climbing eight year decency to four old thousand in act two thousand feet the treated three to get the above companies clouds and as platforms eight on January twenty three twenty rather year than six old publishers woman but later in which reality can in two be thousand the sued chopper over three content was plunging the allegations last month first toward president came a hillside out Donald when prosecutors Trump southwest signed announced an executive of Los them in twenty Angeles order seventeen where challenging crashed the Masterson protections killing from all denied the aboard nineteen the ninety allegations six the report telecommunications at does that not time offer law a conclusion I'm Mike Oscar about Crossey what wells caused Gabriel up the Washington crash rather to compilation of factual reports that we gathered about the case a final report on the calls will come later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Senate GOP to restrict police chokeholds in emerging bill

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Senate GOP to restrict police chokeholds in emerging bill

"As Congress rushes to respond to mass protests over the killings of black Americans by police president trump's ready to unveil his own changes the president says he will sign an executive order on police reforms today we want to order and we want it done fairly justly we wanted done safely to administration officials say the order will include establishing a database to track officers accused of excessive force to keep them from being able to simply hop from one department to another his move comes with Senate Republicans ready to roll out their own reform proposal it does not go as far as one the Democrat led house will vote on next week Democrats say the GOP is not going far enough to match public demand for bold change Sager mag ani Washington

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Propping up your partner

Ladies, We Need To Talk

06:37 min | 1 year ago

Propping up your partner

"I have thought about leaving. He's never said, but I know that if I did leave and I, took the kids away on, either he would be dead. Within a few years. I honestly fell. The rug had been pulled out from underneath saying. Hey, kind of went to bed saying. I do love you and I feel better than having told you. All each. Glad you feel better because I feel I absolute crap. Going into a romantic partnership, we make some assumptions. That will share work US strengths communicate kindly and be more or less equal. So, what happens when life? Chuck's YOU NASTY SURPRISE? The balanced gets let of Wack and your original dynamic ends up totally lopsided. I do think that women are more prone to take on the partners problems. They will get much more emotionally enmeshed oven. They partners problem and almost lose if it's the problem. This is not a design fault of women. We ask socialized and acted to manage the emotions of people around us, and it is a given that in any relationship they will be times when one person is up and one person's down, and maybe you get to take turns being bit awesome and sometimes being a bit lousy. But in opinion this. You one side of Aleta your partner is the other the wrongs in between at a life. You've built together. Kids harm life. What if instead of being your reliable half? Your partner has collapsed. That other beam is gone and now the entire thing. Is counting on you. If that's. How do you summon the strength to be everything? Is it possible to care for your loved one and not take it along. And when you compensate for their deficiencies. You actually helping or just enabling hopeless pot to remain heartless forever. I'm you me Stein's ladies? We need to talk about propping up your partner. Of course is always a need to support one another. And one would hope that over the ebbs and flows is sort of some degree of mutuality. Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist Dr Jackie Wind ship. In this episode, we're going to hear from two women one supporting her partner through A. And One, his partner has depression, and we're going to break one of our own hard and fast rules that when you've held sacred for over forty episodes and four seasons of this podcast the first time ever we'll hear from a man that's coming up. I though to kick us off. Dr He's going to help us understand how to support our partners through the most trying of times. Says women are particularly prone to letting out boundaries. Sleep when someone needs us. Propping up can also mean that you somehow. Hard that you're actually doing too much and I think that is a pitfall that women in particular need to watch out for just because we're socialized to be self sacrifice and put a need second, and I think it's very easy to then get into quite dysfunctional patterns in trying to prop up a partner that. Are Harmful for the woman and also actually don't really help. Resolve the problem. More help the partner. Do you commonly see being the woman propping up her partner? I think it can go both ways, but I do think that women are more prone to take on the partners problems whereas men tend to be able to hold a little bit more of a distance I'm over generalizing but. That would be my impression. Boundaries a really important in human relationships, so if your supporting or propping up a partner why boundaries especially important then. Because otherwise you become so enmeshed. That it's almost like you lose your identity completely and you become. Them and the problem that they are dealing with, and it also deprives the person's got the problem of being able to have their own self identity in that as well. The two of you kind of mood in a particular way, we say in psychology you know that when there's a merger, only one person said entity can survive. Only one person's reality can survive in a way. It's bad for the person who's doing the caring up. Because they lose their sense of self and become completely consumed by the issue of the problem, but it's also bad for the other person that you're trying to help. Because they experienced their identity, their agency gets somehow taken away. I mean with every relationship is a bit of a balance in a to and fro, and one person may have skills in one department, which the other doesn't. It fits almost like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle is. How do you know if you're crossing over into over functioning? I think when you find that you're doing. More to fix the problem. Your partner is definitely over functioning I think when you start finding yourself feeling angry and resentful. You're over functioning. I think when you find that you keep offering solutions and your partner keeps knocking them back and saying yes, but that won't work because of XYZ. Differently over functioning it's okay to try and help and particularly to help them to help themselves such OSCO partner. What can I do to help? Rather than assuming that you know what the right thing is for them to support positive actions that they're taking, but not to be the one to be trying to make all the positive actions happen and your partners dragging along in your wake. You WanNa be your partners. Cheerleader and you want to say I've got your back. Support You I. Believe in you. You've got this. You can do it,

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Garcetti makes nomination for director of civil and human rights department

Leo Laporte

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Garcetti makes nomination for director of civil and human rights department

"Los Angeles mayor Garcetti is launching the city's first department of civil and human rights to address issues of social and racial injustice is a department that will have a civil and Human Rights Commission we can brand discrimination and find justice in this city instead of it going on answered set to begin July first it will address disparities in areas like business and education for people of color in addition the department will include the office of racial equality to conduct research and policy development for how to spend public dollars as protests continue in southern California the mayor said the inspector general of the police commission will review any recorded footage showing harsh tactics used by police action kit could be taken including the removal of an

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"one department" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"one department" Discussed on WTOP

"Home where they live correspondent Steve Futterman is in LA it's a perfect storm warm weather Memorial Day weekend and easing covert nineteen restrictions right away from being indoors get some fresh air in southern California people are getting ready to go to the beach and officials know there will be crowds would be very difficult for them to maintain social distancing there will be restrictions you can walk on the beach go in the water but some baiting will not be allowed Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles governor Cuomo is urging new Yorkers not to send their kids to summer camp until health officials know more about a new strain of corona virus in children and just how widespread it is this inflammatory syndrome is more frightening than coalbed respiratory on this in some ways because it inflames the heart at least three children in New York have died one hundred fifty others have gotten sick death came during as soon conference call for a man in New York WCBS TV is Jenna DeAngelis from Amityville police say thirty two year old Thomas Scully powers murdered his seventy two year old father Dwight powers the only two inside the apartment at the time but police say about twenty people were on the other end of the computer screen could have witnessed the gruesome stabbing a third person is now under arrest in the shooting death of a black jogger in Georgia William Bryant recorded Ahmad armories killing on a cellphone last week he told W. J. A. acts T. V. truthfully need to be cleared of this because I had nothing to do with it it's been tough enough for out of work flow radiance to sign up for unemployment benefits now there's word of a data breach CBS is Peter king in Orlando Florida's department of economic opportunity says it may have inadvertently sent personal information including social security numbers to a third party private email server the agency hasn't said how many people may have been affected the agency is offering free ID protection services to those whose information was compromised Lori Loughlin and her husband are expected to enter virtual guilty pleas in the college admissions scandal today the full house star could get two months in prison the pandemic won't get in the way of tradition at one department store Macy's.

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Gresham man accused of smuggling misbranded chloroquine

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Gresham man accused of smuggling misbranded chloroquine

"Is good our top story aggression man is facing federal charges accused of trying to profit from the covert nineteen pandemic eleven ninety K. exes Gail Cunningham explains forty two year old Matthew Owens is accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Cllr Quinn from China for attempted resale in the west Cork when the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria has also been used in some coronavirus cases the investigation began April thirteenth when a package from China containing white powder addressed one department was intercepted at a FedEx facility in Memphis the substance labeled ammonium phosphate turned out to be Clark when Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction could be the twenty three year federal

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A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

All In with Chris Hayes

12:14 min | 1 year ago

A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

"Today. Donald Trump continued his full on assault. On the rule of law pardoning and commuting the sentences of several high profile criminals he notably included former Illinois governor. Rod Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat vacated because he was elected president in exchange for campaign contributions. Begovic had served eight years of a fourteen year prison sentence. You may also remember the governor from the apprentice where he messed up the Harry Potter Challenge and got fired Donald Trump. We'll technically by the apprentice producers today the President Communities Sentence Response Members of the Illinois House Republican delegation released a saying quote. We're disappointed by the president's commutation of Robert Mugabe of federal sentence. Begovic is the face of public corruption in Illinois. And not once has he shown any remorse for his clear undocumented. Record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by the voters. Nbc News Correspondent. Tom Winter reminds us are eating. A jury found him guilty of trying to extort the CEO of Children's Memorial Hospital for a donation in exchange for increasing the payments to doctors. Who took care of Specialty Care Kids? Oh but Donald Trump was not done there he also pardoned former New York police department. Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty to eight felony charges including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Carrick was nominated by George W Bush to be the Secretary of Homeland Security before withdrawing that nomination just a week later. The judge gave a longer sentence than agreed to the plea deal saying quote. I think the damage caused by Mr Carrick is in some ways. Immeasurable trump also pardoned bond. Trader Michael Milkin. So guy considered to be the face of insider trading in the nineteen eighty S. Milton was originally charged with ninety eight. Federal counts including racketeering. He pleaded guilty to six felony charges of securities fraud conspiracy. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. He also paid six hundred million dollars in fines and restitution at sentencing. The judge said quote when a man of your power in the financial world repeatedly conspires to violate and violate securities and tax laws in order to achieve more power and wealth for himself and his wealthy clients. A significant president prison term is required in order to deter others others receive clemency from trump today glued former San Francisco Forty niners owner Edward debartolo junior. Who pleaded guilty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two concealing an extortion attempt involving the governor of Louisiana David Savvy and the former Bush administration official who was sentenced to a year in prison for lying about his association with Jack? Abramov June grown the owner of a Mental Health Care Company. Who was serving a thirty five year prison sentence for running? A two hundred. Five million dollar Medicare fraud scheme to be clear. This is the president who spent the last six months arguing. He so pose corruption. He had to make sure. Ukrainian president was to by withholding credit grudgingly approved military aid unless you launch fake investigation into the Biden's and route around Kremlin source conspiracy theory tourist findings but somehow this group of liars an extortionist and swindlers is the group of people. Trump felt deserve clemency. Maybe it's just a coincidence. That trump is pardoning these felons as the sentencing yet. Another one of his criminal pals looms earlier today. Trump tweeted about the judge in the trial of his longtime friend and advisor. Roger Stone suggesting stone deserved a new trial. Not long after the judge ruled stone. Sentencing hearing we'll go on that's planned on Thursday. Although she did say Roger. Stone's sentence will not begin until after she rules on his request for a new trial. Trump's interference with the stone cases. Troubled the Federal Judges Association so much that they called an emergency meeting tomorrow to address it and joining me now. For more on the president's pardoning spree. Today's Walter Dellinger. He was formerly formerly the acting. Solicitor General and also the head of the office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice under president. Bill Clinton Mr Dellinger. What do these pardons say to you as somebody who worked in in at high levels in justice in the United States? Well I think the show that we're really at the at the end of being a country that believes in equal justice under law there was no process to see how these crimes and these sentences compared with others who remain in prison. It's the president's own whim when a president acts by Wim and says he did of the Goya Vich. I wanted wife on television that that is an assault on the rule of law. But it goes much deeper than that. This is part of a three pronged assault on low as we know it. It involves threats of criminal prosecution of political opponents. Those investigate you. It involves promises that the president will intervene on behalf of those who commit crimes on his behalf and it. The third leg of this assault is his attack on judges and jurors in cases in which he's involved there is there's a banana republic aspect to it as you said that if you're friends with the president or on his TV show you get a pardon no matter what you've done and if you cross him in any way you might end up being prosecuted and we know that William Bar doesn't seem to be opposed to doing that but they're also does seem to be kind of a sort of Ross statement of power that Donald Trump is saying that if you commit these particular kinds of crimes that are against the Public. Trust that our financial in nature that are about corruption when he himself was impeached for corruption. It almost as sort of I don't know it almost feels like a message about that too about the fact that he's saying no no. I'm going to use of dive into corruption and revel in it. That's a good point Jordan. He treats he treats very high status people as if they're high status is a mitigation of their crops. When in fact it is an exacerbation that makes him so much worse. When you're a privileged person take for example. The fact that he has intervened on behalf of someone who was this got to be the national security adviser and lied about an investigation not just any investigation an investigation into a foreign military powers intervention. Our election. He intervened on behalf of someone who has been a prominent associated with President. Said is Roger Stone Who who committed five categories of lies and engaged in what the first department memo said was a relentless multi year attempt to again and obstruct justice in terms of an investigation into the corruption and the election and then finally the sympathy for someone. Who had the Honora being governor of one of our largest states? And who is thoroughly corrupt? And who sold a position in the United States Senate? Now that's he treats those because high status people as mitigation of their crops. And would it surprise you if the after to the things that Donald Trump does as well when it surprised if he's setting up there's been a lot of questions about whether he might try to part himself like if he's ever found to have committed some crime and that would certainly make himself the biggest part of the mall. I think he would undoubtedly attempt to pardon himself and everyone around him. He certainly let it be known that if a if he's re-elected or or even in the period after he was defeated he is GonNa take care of Of of everyone he knows including himself. I think the courts would reject hisself pardon but you know no presents ever tried that before so we can't be sure and the way in which he he seems to revel in the fact that he could take someone like sheriff. Joe Arpaio a law enforcement officer who is targeting Latinos for harassment and using the power of the police deliberately against a minority group and he pardoned him of criminal contempt of court that the way in which he plays with this. I think Dolly Elliptic who some times on this show referred to the `constitutionalisation of narcissism is what we face in this country. Yeah IT DONALD. Trump wants credit of also doing first step back kinds of criminal justice reform. He wants credit for that. But but do you sense in the pardons that he's doing especially today that the real message here is his own power right that he's essentially saying if you're powerful and you're my friend that is actually how you get a justice not by being somebody who was falsely accused of a crime or got too long of a sentence for having marijuana or something like that. That's why there's absolutely the absolute absence of any sense that the people pardoned held they compared with the culpability and the sentences of the tens and tens of thousands who remain in federal prison. The idea that he can act on on Mir welcome. I think something we've never seen the president before you know. Some people are going to raise the a Bill Clinton's pardon of financier and fugitive Bark Rich. And that was the worst thing. Bill Clinton did in eight years and an office is unjustified pardon but Donald Trump is taking it to a very different level where he's using the levers of the of the power of his office in order to corrupt law threatening opponents rewarding those who would commit crimes on his behalf going after judges and jurors in. I don't know where we go from here. I think we two thousand former prosecutors not just signed a letter but perhaps to think about blocking the willing to be arrested blocking the entrance of the Justice Department out. You have to use your imagination where we go from here Walter Dellinger. Thank you very much really appreciate your time and joining me now. For more. On the president's pardoning Spree Matthew Miller former chief spokesperson for the Department of Justice who's down MSNBC Justice analyst and Betsy Woodruff Swan Politics reporter at the daily beast and she's also an MSNBC contributor. So let's talk about sort of where where he could go from here and where and what it means and I'll start with where he could go from here. Betsy because is there any reporting on how much more of this because it does appear that there is a pattern? Somebody is either you know his friend or was on the apprentice goes on Fox News and pleads for his help he immediately responds to his friends and gives them a pardon. Who's who might be next on the list. I spent the afternoon talking to people who identify or describe themselves as allies of Roger Stone and they said that they saw the spate of clemencies that came down today as very comforting to them. Because they believe it's a signal. The President is sending that Roger. Stone may be next in line for this type of executive action. I thought your use of the phrase Banana Republic was really interesting because a federal judge. Us that exact same phrase in a transcript that was recently released from a closed door hearing regarding the investigation. That's now closed into Andrew McCabe and the judge literally said that the fact that trump was tweeting about McCabe so often the fact that he appeared to be interfering in that process created the appearance of a Banana Republic. So the thing to keep an eye on both the president of course granting clemency to people who he views as his political allies in part because he sees them on Fox News and the inverse of that which is the president encouraging DOJ to weaponize itself against people who he sees as his foes. And I'm glad also that Mister Diligent Joe Arpaio because they're also sort of symbolic arden's of people who are hurting the People Donald Trump's base wants to see hurt.

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"one department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"one department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"S. grows from my previous wonder and in what form check or wire Dave you want take that young girl and I love the of thirty days to get it to you and that what I would do is Monday is a holiday so wouldn't bother Monday and Tuesday call them and give them your forwarding address I know you're gonna say it's it's obvious but the one department that got the money is the same department that sends out the refunds so just call use your old phone number Tom were you wanted sat and they may wait to the thirtieth day but they have thirty days under one I law that's for people that are our listeners that are moving for the our listeners that a refinancing you get sent to the address that was at the previous right so I I typically tell our listeners about fifteen business days after closing is is when it when it comes to the F. thirty days by a LA law yeah okay three one two ninety one seventy two hundred three one two nine eight one seventy two editor you've been gone for a couple weeks of vacation no what what are you seeing but you but you monitor everything what do you see and are coming through your call screens we're seeing a lot of bathrooms and kitchens seriously yeah you a lot of it comes from just this kind of thing right discussions you know can I do my counters what I tell my cabinets I think it'll blow out kitchens or they just replace not always they've you could do pieces you to do partials we we can we're doing a lot of we can fix your cabinets up fix your cabinets up placer tops latimes electrical they want electrical lighting upgrades that kind of thing maybe an outlet maybe add slash tile leave them alone out soffits are soft as being knocked out for for for larger in the kitchen yeah for a for a larger company do a whole kitchen it ninety nine percent of the time the staff is come out and and that picks up one after six eight inches of cabinet space sure maple ten up but it is statically it makes your kids in the class what is the soffit for our listeners a don't notice offered us something is I'm thinking it's from fifties and sixties right maybe in the seventies they did some of but it's it's that box they built about your cabinets right and sometimes there's electrical but most the time it's just dead space most of them is that space and I don't understand that might my neighborhood that I'm in is circa nineteen sixty five in north park in every single home has the soffit in in the old sell homes that have been remodeled since the eighties so it was a habit and I'm sure it was because of the size of the cabinets I would think yeah I I don't understand I mean I came in when we bought a home in two thousand two we we got everything beau popped the cabinets out put the cabinets in the.

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"one department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"one department" Discussed on KOMO

"The one department he really wanted to work for here's Kasher Dyson was only twenty five he leaves behind a little boy and his pregnant wife who is due to deliver a daughter any day now wind gusts as strong as forty five miles an hour could force the cancellation of the space needles new year's eve fireworks show us learn more about that from call most Corwin hake meteorologists are tracking a storm expected to hit Seattle this evening and into Wednesday morning it has the potential bring sustained winds of twenty three to twenty nine miles per hour with gusts as high as forty to forty five miles per hour gusts that strong would make it unsafe to launch fireworks fireworks producer Ian Gilfillan briefly referenced the weather's potential impact during an interview yesterday even though it's a little windy and cold and drizzly up here today I will be ready to do this show the only thing that could really stop a simply maybe high winds ultimately though this is a Seattle fire department decision David quibble with Seattle fire tales como news quote we will cancel the display if there are sustained winds of at least twenty five miles per hour or gusts exceeding thirty miles per hour which in the hours prior to midnight Corwin hake komo news organ is also having some problems with high winds canceling fireworks displays timberline lodge on Mount Hood already postponed its new year's eve fireworks will not be held on Saturday night como these time seven oh nine investigators are trying to solve a series of arsons along the P. wallop river and they discovered the body of a man at one of those fires here's call most Tammy Mutasa investigators don't know how the man died it appears that there has been a person at this point we don't know if he is the one responsible for the fires or personal somebody outstanding the nineteenth in the guardian one helicopter coming through the woods to find any evidence well the river walk trail stayed close to like it's not dead so I don't go back there it doesn't I can take my son back where you there investigators say if you know anything about the dead.

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Successful Interviewing & Selection | Chris Cassarino

The LEADx Show

09:13 min | 2 years ago

Successful Interviewing & Selection | Chris Cassarino

"Welcome to hiring for retention and overview of behavioral based interview my name is chris serino and i'm the founder of starling north LLC on taking through the program today so what our objectives the first jack is we're going to discuss what is the impact of a poor hiring process what is the impact on your organization in many different facets what is the impact of maybe nightmare having process i've worked with many organizations that either don't have a process at all or more commonly have inconsistent process distributed really throughout the organization so one department will have their own procedures and then another bharwad their own based on what they believe the best way to source talent is i'm willing to look at some of the different ways that that can impact your organization next we're gonna introduce hiring for retention in hiring for retention is behavioral based there will be a process that both looks at how do you evaluate a candidate skill or ability how do valley candidate's preferences or affinity making sure that the candidate is truly the right fit not only for your organization but also for the role at their interviewing for we wanna make make sure that we would bring somebody into your organization they're going to be a good fit so that they stay and are productive in the organization next we're gonna talk about how assessor data you're done interviewing candidate you've got a ton of notes on the things dave said you have some notes on things that you've observed a what do you do with that you know it's funny i've observed a lot of interviews from leaders and they'll go through this whole process of asking behavioral based questions in doing a proper resume review then the debrief discussion goes to really like them are really liked her i did not feel that she was good fit the problem with that is as you've taken all that objective data onto a subjective decision and that's what we call hiring our gut and then last but not least east we're going to go over some of the best practices that i've observed in my career you know things have think about how to really truly make sure that you're successful in an interview and practices so let's jump into our course the first fort we're gonna talk about is the impact of poor hiring so some statistics for you according according to the US department of labor if you make a poor hiring decision it can cost your organization as much as thirty percent of that employee's elise first year salary thirty percent it's a staggering number when you think about it especially if you multiply that if you're making numerous bad hires next april also for the undercover recruiter it can actually cost your company up to two hundred forty thousand dollars per game ended and then that's not just about the loss of salary it's is the loss of productivity so if you have an open rack because it takes you a twelve weeks to hire hire somebody who's a replacement but also on boring you get somebody into the role as you know because you've lost it employees how long's it gonna take you to ramp that individual up aw what is the impact on your brand did that person leave and and discharge organization or did you potentially they have a negative candidate experience in that has negative impact your brad will look at statistics about that as well unless at least it also takes into context legal feeds needs there is certainly the possibility of legal recourse when you separated employees so as you can see is really important that we make affective effective hiring decisions so why bad hiring decisions happen while many many things that come into play here but a couple of stats career builders i and this is i heard this time and time again forty three percents of respondents careerbuilder survey said we needed to hire someone quickly we were impatient we wanted to get the role filled many of you out there have been yeah place before either you have a sales role that without somebody in their generating sales you're losing revenue or perhaps you're fearful that you're gonna lose that open requisition because you haven't filled wellm forty three percent said that they need to hire some quickly also also in that same survey one in five people surveyed said they lacked the skill to interview effectively is twenty two percent of individuals said they did did not have the proper skills to interview effectively again i've seen a lot of interviews i've sat in shadowed observers burglar's and i can tell you there's a lot of you know a lot of people that are going on there got and using tactics at perhaps works or you thought were twenty many years ago so that's why we're talking about hiring for retention it takes some of that subjectivity and makes it an objective process that actually is proven to be effective in sourcing talent another thing to think about is the candidate experience how many of you out there have gone interview you've left new set latte didn't really i didn't really enjoy that or i don't know if i could work for that person or i don't know if i if how i did because i never heard back from the recruiter i never heard back from the hiring manager i never heard anything i think the status something like eighty percent or seventy five percent of of individuals that don't get any feedback after interview well if your candidate has a bad experience in this process there's a severe impact on your organization if they've had a bad candidate experience according to creer arkansas square advice sixty three percent will actually reject an offer remember i interviewed with an organization many many many years ago after coming minkoff a couple of really strong sales years and the candidate experience i had with this interview process was so poor that would offer the job bob i rejected the offer and then years later i was offered another job organization in the experience over eight years prior still in my remind and still had impacted me that i could not take the job so it certainly has the possible repercussions of losing out on very strong talent now with social media and the internet people talk and actually seventy two percent candidates are likely to tell others about their bad experience leads you know we have the website glass door you can go on there and read reviews you can see ratings of organizations so everything you do from start to finish what a candidate is gonna have an impact on your ability to source talent but it also has an impact on your sales really sixty four percent of candidates said i'm less likely to buy goods or services from that company that left me with a bad experience so there again it's it's really important that regardless of whether or not we decide to bring that candidate into the organization we want to ensure that they have a positive osita experience they feel that they were treated fairly and they maintain their dignity was maintained and why is hiring for retention so important this this statistic probably one of the most staggering according to a survey by leadership IQ hugh forty six percent of employees fail within the first eighteen months forty six percent so half the time we're not getting this right have the time we're making mistakes so that's why it's really important that we bring a process in that has proven that truly evaluates not only in candidate's ability but also their affinity for the organization and the roller interviewing for so now that we talked about vowed really so the importance of why we need to do this why we need process why we need consistency let's introduce hiring for retention so again we'll play a game called legal or not okay we're gonna look at some common questions you probably have asked and are they legal are they not legal and what's a better way of ask or better alternative if there is one because a lot of times you greet the candidate you haven't sat down for the official interview sometimes you're walking to the interview room and just making very small taw opt chitchat enisa gets you into some legal hot water if you will

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"one department" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"one department" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"They'll may get you a position at the local YMCA maybe at their ethnic center, but as you slowly start to pull back, the curtain on the corporate sector, you realize there's internships everywhere, with every major sporting team news networks sports media outlet. So I decided to pursue them myself, and I was right there in Philadelphia pursued an internship, with the Sixers and took a train everyday to Manhattan. At the Knicks, and then I discovered this company NFL films, and what do you know they have a bunch intern? So I ended up interviewing there and Dan was double took my resume saying, we really don't takes for manage of majors. This is a film company production company. We take editors who take director's audio majors, things like that. But we do have this one department playbook where you have to know the game a little bit in order to do the work. Do you know the game of football, I felt pretty confident that I did, so they called down the boss guy, Mark Szymanski and he quiz me on some football concepts, and we really kinda hit it off and the rest is history from there. So, okay. So did you play football in high school? Like, how did you know the football concepts? So I played up into about freshman year of high school, and I really stopped growing kind of maxed out about five ten five eleven as much better golfer, so that made that transition early in highschool, in my body appreciates it right now, my golf game definitely appreciates it right now being a thirty two year old single digit handicapper but. Yeah. It's not playing an early age. But I always understood the game to kind of an above average extent more than the average fan. So I was able to grasp it right away. Once I met the people in NFL films that were really willing to put me under their wing and teaching the game of football, whether that's, you know, the Mike Mayock, so the world or Matt Millen, Brian Baldinger, and sterling sharps. And those types of guys that were willing to give back this younger guys that really understood the game just needed a little bit of guidance with the details. And you know, that's kind of have my marriage with football kind of took off. Okay. So you got to work with those guys, they're watching tape, and they would show you what they're looking at what they're looking for. And you just fell in love with you. So you're kinda like. Kind of, like France kind of, like Greg Cosell where you didn't really play the game at a high level, but really loved sort of the, the chess match that's going on. And the exit knows part of is that fair day much. So in, you know, in just like there's athletic prodigies. I think there's kind of film watching prodigies and guys that kinda get into the visual aspect of it in earlier age. I feel like I was kind of part of that, that niche and that kind of regime, and just like Cosell and Fran and maybe we didn't play late into high school or college but definitely gotten into the aspect of studying the game and, and the art form of studying film, and it's not something you can just close the door and come out an expert because you put in the hours, you really have to know what you don't know in surround yourself with guys at understanding game and are willing to give back and teach you and I just found some really great people in that building that new football and knew how to marry it to media and TV and working on the show playbook for. Six years. NFL films is really what allowed me to do that working with those guys. Like I mentioned earlier, you know, the Brian Billick, and the Brian balding, and Mike Mayock and Matt Milnes, Charley Casserly. And these guys would just so much experience throughout the league that understood, they got to where they were, you know, not on their own. So they're willing to give back to people that are willing to put in the time sit there. And listen and I was definitely one of those guys that is awesome. Okay. So now it all makes perfect sense. And so tell them, not kind of disciple from NFL films. So the show playbook that wasn't anthem network are at this point, which is sad..

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"one department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"one department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"one department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"one department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Details about one department they say all expecting parents should know about thanks Becky in two thousand thirteen PCH started their fetal care center with just one doctor six years later. It's become one of the premier care facilities for expecting mothers and their babies. The woman who started it all Dr Kathleen van Leeuwen says around twenty weeks when there's a scary prenatal finding that's the time. The fetal care center can step in and help make a plan for the baby van Lee win says about three percent of pregnancies require fetal specialists and PCH helps about one thousand babies. Of those one thousand babies every year live in the news center, tailored Kiner up. KTAR news students attending Arizona's three public universities, maybe paying more next year and the Arizona board of regents released tuition proposals today from the presidents of ASU and any you a issue proposing a nearly three percent increase for in state students nearly five percent for out of state residents. The big news this year is that Dr crow has extended his promise not to raise tuition on Arizona's students by more than three percent per year. That's Brett hovel with a issue now in a you asking for a tuition increase of two and a half percent for incoming students. You of asking for two percent more from students who are in state. The board of regents will host a statewide public hearing open to the public if you wanna list of locations, you can find that at KTAR dot com. We're never going to have it perfect at the border. But we certainly can improve the situation governor Ducey telling KTAR that he wishes congress would finally act on improving conditions at the southern border. But he knows it's complicated. Governor Ducey separates the crime from the commerce at the southern border. We're fortunate to have Mexico as a neighbor, a partner, an ally and a friend. He tells Arizona's morning news migration from Central America won't stop anytime soon all the more reason to reform immigration policies and build a border wall without taking money from defense. It's possible to secure our border and to properly fund our military. President Trump has mentioned that plan. The governor, thank nonprofit groups and churches for helping the migrants as they come into Arizona. Peterson more KTAR news. 507? Let's get a look at traffic.

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