35 Burst results for "One Month"

Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Economy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Economy

"Is going into a totally awful direction, Joe, one of the first things I hope you do when you're a congressman is just say no to this insane spending spree. That has no basis in economic reality. I want to play cut 49 on how economy and inflation is the top concern of voters. Play cut 49. How about this? This is a New York Times poll brand new here asking voters, what's the top issue on your mind, this election? I haven't seen it this dramatic in a poll. Add the economy and inflation together. That is 44%. We're getting close to half of all respondents in this poll saying that's their top issue. Nothing else even cracks 10% right now. Joe your thoughts. Yeah, that reflects the reality on the ground. You can look at all the fancy charts, you want all day long, but you don't need a PhD in economics to understand what gas costs just two years ago. It was under $2 per gallon out here in Washington state. And people weren't being strangled every single day. I mean, right now, as it stands, one month or more of people's wages is going to be stolen this year alone, just due to inflation. And what is the Democrats solution? They want to keep gas astronomically high. Biden is making no efforts whatsoever to give people any kind of alleviation of the problem. My opponent said she'd sign on to the so called inflation reduction act that adds on new taxes to domestic energy production. And then like you said, the out of control spending. I mean, the three major pieces of legislation that Democrats passed this last Congress, it's estimated somewhere between 6 and $7 trillion more onto our deficit on the backs of our kids and grandkids. So this is right up in people's faces and this is bringing over a lot of independents. A lot of people have never been politically engaged before over to our side because they're just hearing more of the same and they've had two years of one party control and they are absolutely sick of that. Yeah, I mean, Joe has drained. I mean, actually rated our strategic petroleum reserve. It's unbelievable. Joe Kent for Congress dot com go there and support him that is Joe Kent for Congress dot com. He's running up against the total lunatic.

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Joe Kent Calls in to Discuss His Congressional Race in Washington

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Joe Kent Calls in to Discuss His Congressional Race in Washington

"Joining us now is one of the most exciting congressional candidates in the country, someone we have to make sure wins. Joe Kent from Washington, who defeated an impeachment voter and is now up against a very far left winger, Marie Perez. I don't even want to talk about her, but Joe Kent joins us now, Joe welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much for having me on. So Joe, take this opportunity to introduce yourself, talk about your race and talk about what your message is the next 18 days before the election. Yeah, absolutely. So I had the honor of serving this country for a little over 20 years. I was a green beret and did 11 combat deployments for this country. Greatest honor of my life. I thought I was going to continue serving in that capacity really for the rest of my adult life. I had started a career a second career in the CIA as a paramilitary operations officer. That was still about three years ago when my late wife was also in the military was killed fighting ISIS in Syria. She was killed one month after Trump tried to get our troops out of that conflict the first time. Secretary of Defense Mattis a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats betrayed president Trump, resulting in my wife and three of their American staff. So after that I stepped aside, but I had an opportunity to meet with president Trump and I told him he was getting everything right as far as foreign policy went, starting to finally put our country first. However, he was being thwarted at the mid to senior levels in ways I had never seen before in my 20 years of service. So I started working with the Trump administration as an informal adviser, worked heavily on the Trump 2020 campaign. And then we all know the rest. The election was stolen and then a bunch of folks decided they were going to vote for impeachment. And I was living in one of the districts of one of the impeachment voters. And so I looked around and nobody else was stepping forward and I said, I'm going to go for this, and we can't let this stand. We have to start taking our country back. And that was 19 months ago. So we've been at it for this long, hard fought primary. We're grateful that we got through with everyone's support here in the district. Right now we're consolidating the Republican base here and we are up against a very far left Democrat who's doing what Democrats throughout the entire country are doing. They're trying to say, hey, I'm a different kind of Democrat. I'm not the one who's responsible for inflation out of control crime. Our children being sexualized in the schools. However, she endorses all of those exact same policies. So

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Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

"Here's Leo Terrell, the former hard left Democrat who's now a rock ribbed conservative evidently. He's gone from left to right, but he is quite the bombastic guest on Fox News channel. He had some comments about Steve Bannon on Fox News channel. And Leo break this down for us. So we may hear from Steve Bannon and we'll certainly take that live if and when it happens. But what just happened in the courtroom? And is Griff was reporting normally. We don't even see adjudication of this sort of thing. Well, thanks for having me here. And you have an issue of define a subpoena in the motivation behind subpoena. You got to remember, this subpoena was issued to Steve Bannon by the January 6th committee, and you have to question the motivation behind it. And the idea of him being found guilty on this subpoena or failure to comply contemporary of a judiciary subpoena is something that will be appealed. He's going to appeal it. Remember, he had an argument of executive privilege and on the advice of his counsel, not to testify and not to really put up a defense. So this case is far from over. The four month sentence, he could have gotten one month to 12 months and I think that you guys gave him four months for the basis of trying to understand whether or not he was remorseful.

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Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

"Offer to Christopher Steele shows FBI misled Congress on Russia probe. Bombshell, that is not an adequate description for the news of a $1 million of your taxpayer funding being used for a smear campaign against the president. And I'm delighted that he can join us right now. He is the host of Justin news, not noise. John Solomon, welcome to America first. Good to be with you, Sam. So tell us what we learned yesterday in that court in Virginia in Alexandria as the trial of the Russian national. It's funny how the mainstream media says America based researcher. They don't tell you where he's from, but the fact that he's actually a Russian is so telling. So tell us about this truly, truly historic bombshell. Yeah, and let's keep in mind he's not only a Russian. He's a Russian that the FBI had a counterintelligence probe open up because they thought he was trying to buy secrets from the Obama administration. So he's a Russian citizen who the FBI had deep suspicions might be tied to Russian intelligence. And despite that, they bring danchenko on to the payroll after they already had Christopher Steele on the payroll. Two foreigners, they're using to build a case against an American president, both of them feeding what turned out to be disinformation to them. So the timetable is so important. It's one month before the 2016 election. The end of the 2016 presidential election. Christopher Steele is given the FBI the dossier according to Brian aten, the FBI analyst. Let's just fill in a little bit of color. Christmas deal. Former MI 6 intelligence officer

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PPI, Inflation Continues to Hurt Americans

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | Last month

PPI, Inflation Continues to Hurt Americans

"Look, the big story of the morning is inflation. Yesterday after the show, The Wall Street Journal reported that the producer price index, which measures the prices that suppliers are charging businesses so that they charge higher prices to other customers, rose a seasonally adjusted .4% last month, compared with a revised .2% decrease. So in one month, producer prices went up .6%. Higher food prices and home heating costs drove that increase. The PPI rose 8.5% in September from a year before. Down from its 8.7% annual increase in August and its 11.3% increase in June. As this tells you, later on, you'll hear me talk about Federal Reserve is going to keep raising interest rates, keep crushing various parts of the economy, keep making you pay more for cars, more for credit card debt, more for adjustable rate interest on anything that you bought on time, whether it's a refrigerator or a washer or dryer. Inflation is still out of control. President Biden still will not pay any attention to that.

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The RNC Breaks Record With Voter Outreach

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | Last month

The RNC Breaks Record With Voter Outreach

"Republicans contact record 70 million voters ahead of midterm elections. They doubled down on minority outreach. That's good news. The question is, what will they do when they get in office? That's totally up to you. The Republican National Committee claims to have broken records with over 70 million voter contacts made this cycle to date with just four weeks ago until the highly anticipated midterm elections. Okay, props. The RNC announced their plans exclusively to Fox News digital revealing they raised over $273.6 million this cycle to date. The Republican Party and I'm quoting here is out raising out hustling and out working the Democrats and we're ready to catapult our candidates to victory and one month this from RNC chairwoman, run a mcdaniel. This is what she said in a statement. She continued to say families can not afford this failed Democrat one party rule and Americans will reject Biden and Democrats reckless spending soft on crime policies and open border agenda and vote for common sense over crazy close quote. According to the release RNC made major head way over the past few years after not hitting 70 million voter contacts in 2018 until the last week of the election cycle. So they're ahead of the game. That's a good thing.

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Shaken UK Conservatives seek unity after Truss' rocky start

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Shaken UK Conservatives seek unity after Truss' rocky start

"UK government ministers have implored conservative colleagues to rally behind their prime minister British prime minister Liz truss has had a rocky start to her premiership and misfiring economic plan marred trusses tumultuous first month in office and through her party into disarray cabinet minister Nadine sahai said with two years until the next general election the party should start rallying behind trust to ensure their reelected trust first bold move and power was a $50 billion tax cut stimulus which was to be funded by government borrowing the move spooked the markets and helped the opposition Labor Party take a commanding lead in opinion polls the police for unity come as lawmakers are set to return to parliament from a two week break Karen Chammas London

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Justin Bieber Not-So-Shockingly Quits His Tour

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Justin Bieber Not-So-Shockingly Quits His Tour

"Today Justin Bieber exactly one month after announcing he was taking a break from his justice world tour to focus on his health, he revealed that he really can't see resuming it for at least 6 months. The tour was set to end in late March 2023 in Poland, now it seems that's the earliest it might resume. The announcement posted to social media indicates that the justice world tour ended with rock and Rio, which you know he September was the last time he performed. This tour has been postponed 5 times COVID, then he had the in June of 2022. He was battling Ramsay hunt syndrome, which gave him the facial paralysis. Beaver said, I gave everything I have, but it took a real toll on me. Really? What are you fucking 25, 28? Jesus Christ. You should be doing all night. No sleep. Don't miss out. Just cancel the tour. His career is over. I hinted at this weeks ago. The kid got famous with teeny boppers and shopping malls, then they graduated the teenagers in arenas, and now as I said a month or so ago, do you know a 30 year old woman who wants to see Justin Bieber saying? Of course you don't. Do you think he wants to sink to 16 year olds? No. So he hates singing to young girls in Asia and South America or he's not connecting to whatever crowd he sees staring back at him now. Or really more than likely the ticket sales suck and he's depressed, singing to empty seats.

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Fox's Joe Concha Has Authored a New Book, 'Come on Man!'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Fox's Joe Concha Has Authored a New Book, 'Come on Man!'

"I have a lot of questions about Joe Biden and his presidency truly, and one of my favorite people on television. He's always witty and knows what he's talking about and entertaining. He has a terrific new book out called, come on, man. The truth about Joe Biden's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad presidency by Joe concha. You guys should buy it out by the book now. Come on, man, and Joe joins us now. Joe, welcome to the program. Charlie, you got my Venmo. I said, give me a good intro. And a hundred pesos a year. So thank you for that, my friend. I appreciate the kind words. You got it. So tell us about your book, has Joe Biden done anything right? Well, let's look at an objective layer. Let's take conservative liberal out of it and just let's do a good old fashioned report card. I got two kids in first and third grade. They'll be getting their first report cards for the first month coming soon. So let's go through each major issue, right? Charlie, so we got inflation. How do you think the president's doing there? Do you give him an effort in F minus? I'll be kind and go F, okay? So that's not going well. Economy in general, is this president spending trillions of dollars during a recession and then having the audacity to call it inflation reduction act and he came with 11 age stand knows that you don't spend money and then expect the dollar to actually not decrease in value. So okay, there were so far inflation economy, which is easily the number one issue in the country and now Charlie. He's had a solid F then let's go with the U.S. southern border. Where he was smart enough to put Kamala Harris in charge. Kamala Harris as a senator said that ice agents should be compared to the KKK and argue legal crossings across the border. I'm sorry, illegal crossing across the border. Should be made legal. And that's the person that's now in charge of fixing this other border, which of course he's doing nothing. So between that between the fact that we will have nearly 5 million people entering this country and this president's first two years when you talk about those people have been encountered more than 4 million. And all the got away is that we're not even talking about. We are now close to the equivalent of the population of frigging Ireland, all right? And I'm half Irish. And that's the amount of people that will come across this country in just two years

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Can You Have a Democratic Republic Without Morality?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Can You Have a Democratic Republic Without Morality?

"Can you have a democracy or republic without a moral society? Or can you? And if you can't, how do you expect to change it without the education system? Such a smart question. So we're not a democracy, but we do have elements of a democracy. The difference to the democracy in a republic or super important, people say, we're a democracy, we're not a democracy means by yes or no vote, the population could take rights away from the minority. That is not the way a republic works. A republic is that there are things that are always true that are built into your system built on wisdom, built on prudence, built on tradition. For example, freedom of speech, freedom to defend yourself, freedom of privacy from the government, a democracy you'd be able to have an up or down vote 51%. Say, you know what, these people shouldn't be able to talk. So that's just the super important distinction. But you're right, you actually said both. So to your credit, it's we are verging on the edge of unsustainability as a civilization. Our entire system of government was built for a moral and righteous people. In fact, John Adams said that he said the constitution was written wholly for a moral and religious people. It's completely inadequate for the society of any other and paraphrasing the second part of the quote. And that's really important. So think about it. We have a system that relies on self government. And that without the ability for people to govern themselves, then all of a sudden you're going to want a bigger and bigger government to kind of come in and then make decisions for you. So for example, self government is great. If you have strong families. So a strong family is the greatest hedge against big government. You think about it, right? Your aunt might be able to help you guys pay for rent one month or if someone gets sick, you could take care of one another, disconnected smaller families, invite government into your life,

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Jim Jordan Reacts to DOJ's Subpoenas Sent to Dozens of Trump Allies

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Jim Jordan Reacts to DOJ's Subpoenas Sent to Dozens of Trump Allies

"Congressman, another big story we've been following these attacks not just now on president Trump, but also on Trump supporters. We're hearing upwards of 50 FBI subpoenas and warrants issued what's going on here. What can you tell us? In one month's time, Joe Biden has raided the home of a former president. He's taken the phone of a sitting member of Congress. He's called half the country a fascist and extremist. And the Justice Department has went out now based on reports 40 to 50 individuals with various subpoenas for testimony or documents I'm not sure. That is frightening and oh, by the way, in that same time frame, he signed legislation to unleash 87,000 IRS agents who to come harass you the taxpayer. So this is frightening stuff and it needs to stop, but again, I think the country recognizes it for what it is. It's the political nature of the Justice Department. And here's the other important I think fact. So do so many agents because we have now had 14 FBI agents come to our office talk with our staff as whistleblowers about the political nature of everything going on at the Justice Department. So this is something we're committed to try to investigate and get to the bottom of if in fact the American people put us in charge.

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How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 4 months ago

How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

"You may not have worked in government, but you know what dang lot about communication and how to effectively communicate. It looks as if anybody in any kind of position of communications in The White House is jumping the ship from Kamala's speechwriter to Jen Psaki. Jen Psaki seems like such old history. It doesn't it? If I say gen so it feels like years ago that she was who is that? Yeah, who is that? What is going on as a professional communicator? And supplier of content, do you think they're just out of steam? Is it just changing of the God? How much trouble is bow jaiden in? No, jud. Yeah. When Korean John Pierre took the job, it was a bit shocking. I don't know if you remember the first month that she was there. Everybody just thought, what is going on? How can they have somebody who can't read? I mean, she was literally like, anytime anybody asks her a question, she'd flip to the page. Well, one second I just have to find my okay talking points. I will read them for you, and she would read them verbatim, whatever was written down for her. And she had trouble reading it. She can't actually read the notes, Chris. It's incredible to this day she can't read what's in the binder. I understand, look, look, guys, if you're a trucker, you work in construction, you don't have to read out loud as your job, that's not part of your job, okay? If you're not good at that, don't get a job in communication. Korean Jean Pierre goes into a job where, as press secretary, where she needs to read off her talking points and she can not. She's like a second grader learning to read out loud in front of the class and she's obviously like completely incompetent. I think has a lot to do with the diversity hire problem. On the left, there is this virtue signaling thing where they say, oh, you know, we can't have white men, right? We can't have men generally. We have to have women and preferably women of color and preferably preferably women of color who are lesbians and immigrants and all this kind of crap, you know, they got like this a couple of trans dudes in there. There's just peppering their whole administration with all of these diversity hires. And of course everything's going to fall apart. Of course

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Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.

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The Federal Reserve Likely to Increase Interest Rates Again

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 5 months ago

The Federal Reserve Likely to Increase Interest Rates Again

"The Federal Reserve which was caught flat footed It is now trying to catch up It's very likely it's going to increase interest rates in the next week or two By at least three quarters of one point as I mentioned but now more likely one point like Canada just And the following month another point I lived during the terrible late 70s into the early 80s stagflation we actually had a Federal Reserve that increased interest rates and one month I think it was two and a half or 3% And more than once Mortgage rates were through the roof Double digit So nobody could borrow money effectively And if you were living off credit cards we were paying interest rates 25 30% This could all have been avoided JPMorgan Chase if not our biggest bank certainly one of them Their earnings fell 28% 28% Bank of America has slashed the S&P 500 target Another 5%

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Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming

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Detention of WNBA's Griner in Moscow extended by 1 month

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Detention of WNBA's Griner in Moscow extended by 1 month

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Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

"Santelli, prices are not going back to where they were. Play cut 66. But prices are not. And I underscore our not going back to where they were. You'd need months and months of months of minus signs on year over year, a month over month, CPI and PPI. Don't think you're going to get months and months of those. Cut 68 CNBC panelists. I'm concerned about the decline in the labor force participation right. People ask me, do you think a recession is coming? I think we're in a recession. Right now. Like that 68. I am concerned about the declining participation rate and we should have read too much into one month's report. But this is part of the reason we've been seeing pressures on wages. So for president dropping out, again, I think the pressure on wages could continue, so I think there are some signs there of concern. It's maybe the quiet before the storm. Economic adviser for Joe Biden was asked about this about, do you think we're heading towards a recession while we can't rule anything out? What a ridiculous question. We're heading into a session. We are in a recession right now. Play cut 61. Americans, they don't feel good about it, right? You're looking at your feelings. They don't feel good about it. Can you tell the American people that we're not headed for a recession? I can tell the American people that we are much better positioned when it comes to that recession question than pretty much any other advanced economy I've seen. But probably more importantly. So you can't rule it out. Hold on. You can never rule anything out. So that's not really a relevant question. You can never rule anything out. Okay, got it. And who are they blaming? Well, thankfully, the American people are blaming Joe Biden. The economy, inflation created by our response to COVID. We did this. Did not happen

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Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

"It's really troubling to watch I mean when you watch I remember the Paul Ryan Joe Biden debate I was so excited for that 'cause I love economics and Paul Ryan does too He likes the Henry hazlitt book He can not make someone lesson I was like my gosh he's going to annihilate Joe Biden in this debate I'm sure you remember well And I got to tell you even though Biden lied the whole time our everything he said was nonsense He was presentable enough where you were like my gosh like that actually wasn't the debate I thought it was going to be That Biden is gone He's completely gone I can not see any way this guy could run where he doesn't get primaried you know teddy Kennedy style back in the Woods Well he won't even get primary because he's going to be gone Here's what's going to happen The day after the November election the Democrats are going to wake up they're going to say we lost the house We lost the Senate and we blamed Biden We're going to say he's 80 years about to turn 80 He's in decline Why do we want him at the top of the ticket Now you go back four years prior to that In December after the last midterm election December of 2018 then two Democrats declared their exploratory candidacy for presidency That was one month after the midterm The next month in January two months after the midterm 5 more declared outright candidacy or their exploratory The day after the November election it's on The Democrats need to organize every day that Biden hangs in there is a data Democrats don't have an alternative So they're going to go to him and they're going to say you can't run He's a stubborn guy So it's going to take a month or three to develop but I will predict to you lose the house lose the Senate he becomes a lame duck and the Democrats be the sigh of relief And then they're going to have their own 25% primary which is healthy That's how parties breathe and anoint the next candidate

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"one month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"A car with her boyfriend from taking hair vitamins and drinking coffee from eating a hamburger and french fries. She repeatedly uses the words cruelty abuse and toxic and places the blame on her father as the orchestrator in perpetrator of all these things. The ruling comes after her father. Jamie spears earlier this month file to end the conservative ship. The judge approved an accountant as the temporary conservator of the estate. Us government bonds have long been a place for people to look for insights into the shifting outlook for the economy. And maybe to take a gamble on what interest rates might do. But maybe not anymore. David khodari is with us to explain the skepticism. he's a reporter for the journal. Hi david happy. Bond yields tend to rise on news of economic growth and they have been recently but there are analysts out there right now saying they're rising for other reasons. What are those reasons you're right. Bond yields do tend to rise when the economy is growing analysts. Also say that rather than the bond rally being due to a broad shift in thinking about growth bonds being sold because a correction in their recent rally is overdue. Let's let's just take a step back. David remind us. Why do bond yields matter in this case bonds must have because what yields are doing can influence how investors behave in other classes high heels tend to lift corporate borrowing costs and limit future earnings and that can hurt stock prices having said that investors can also think rising yields reflecting improving economy and become more optimistic in historically. They've been at safe haven for investors a place to park money. Our bonds losing their luster. That's a good question forecast fields. How being constrained by longer term trends in recent decades the fed has kept interest rates progressively lower due to factors may include a slowdown in economic growth. But it may take them some time to figure out why yields rising right now on their also always going to look for a store their money when the market gets volatile. David hadera is a markets reporter for the journal. Thanks for your time. Thanks peter coming up life under the taliban and the future for afghanistan's economy what's important to you. What drives you. What do you want your wealth to do at. Pnc private bank. We call that your y and we want to understand yours. Maybe.

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"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"If you've visited an urgent care recently you might have noticed a busy waiting room. The latest surge in cove in nineteen cases has more residents even those who are fully vaccinated visiting urgent care centers with cold or cova symptoms. That's according to dr elizabeth. They lost so baram. She's the medical director for med stars. Urgent care system and also serves a clinical role as physician at urgent care centers on occasion. She spoke with colleen graphic about the increase in demand at urgent care centers this summer and what that means for staff. I know at least in dc during this delta variant surge. Our hospital capacity has stayed at a level. That's maintainable but what was happening at urgent care centers during this rise in cases so You're right that this delta surge has not necessarily overwhelmed hospitals with kobe volume. The good news is that a large majority of people in our area vaccinated so there if they do get sick. They're not ending up in the yards of the hospitals but they are ending up in urgent care. And there's also a lot of other viruses going around our as v flu etcetera. And every time anyone gets a sniffle or cough understandably they wanna be evaluated because they want to know if they have. Kobe won to protect their loved. Ones to know if they need to quarantine in for their own piece of mind so those people aren't ending up in the emergency room because they're not sick enough to be there which is great news but they are ending up in our urging cares and so our volumes during this delta surge which is really our forth surge in urgent care since the pandemic started has us up to one hundred fifty percent of our typical volume even in our busiest winter months. And seeing that in. The summer is hard for us when we weren't necessarily expecting it and we have certain pockets that are seeing up to two hundred percent of their typical volume in particular southern maryland. Pg county and baltimore have been really the hardest hit urgent care locations for us during this this last surge. Wow and how does this impact the staff at these centers dealing with this on a day-to-day basis. I know that thank you. Healthcare workers was a really big thing back in the spring of twenty twenty and it's kind of died out now But i'm wondering how they're holding up and what the burn out is like. It's a really good question. It's really tough. I think out is prevalent for all of us Leadership it down to frontline front desk associates and medical assistance in frontline healthcare workers You're right that at the beginning. We were healthcare heroes. And i still think that way i address my team as healthcare heroes every day But the public in the community has has stopped that mantra a little bit and and really words. Don't go far enough at this point because when you're working day in and day out exposing yourself and potentially your family to co vid we're seeing healthcare workers give breakthrough cases of cohen. And you're working a lot more hours than you. Typically would not getting the typical summer break in volume that you might otherwise see it really wears on people so we're doing the best we can right and now looking towards the fall which were kind of already and kids are back in school. What are you as a healthcare provider anxious about or worried about so much but You know fall. Winter is typically our busiest time in urging care so with all the other viruses says that occurred during the winter months with people being inside more more likely to spread things. I worry that what we see now could snowball into a fall winter surge volume from other viruses and from the spread of kobe from both kids being together and more people being inside. I'm hopeful that when you look at other countries and their delta surges and how long they lasted and we look at our our own trends with delta and cases that may be this surge is starting to plateau or even decrease and we'll go into the winter with a new nater which could help us but my fear is these kind of go on top of each other and lead to an even bigger surge so we can't handle. Thanks for joining us for consider this. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm talking to wilson..

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"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"Welcome to consider this from npr. And w amu. After the top story from npr. Stay with us for a look at what's happening here in the dc metro region from the w. amu newsroom. We did not go to afghanistan to nation bill a little over two months ago. President biden recommitted to ending america's longest war and it's the right and the responsibility of afghan people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country almost immediately. The taliban made their move. These advances are incredibly significant washington. Post reporters suzannah. George described the advances after. They took control of three cities in a single day. The taliban's sweep across afghanistan. That began not long after The final phase of the withdrawal of foreign forces began it happened a lot. Faster than us and afghan officials were anticipating and then on august fifteenth. The fall of kabul the taliban the taliban took over the capital of kabul and walked back into power and the shudder the flag coming down. Now the us military is gone. Tens of thousands of afghans have been evacuated but for those left behind life under taliban rule has been changing and rapidly. Oh just say that. We're on the edge of disaster year new york times reporter matthew atkins we have long lines of people. Outside banks trying to take out money we have people were on the verge of starvation so if there's not urging action taken by the world we're going to have a massive humanitarian crisis. Consider this one month. Since the fall of kabul thousands of afghans were promised protection are now trapped under taliban rule and those who did escape face. An unknown future from npr. I'm audie cornish. it's wednesday. September fifteenth communica video prince. Rice sylvan's together. These are just three of the performance. We have lined up for our tiny desk concert takeover during hispanic heritage month. And who are the others. You gotta check out the all latino podcast from. Npr music to find out. It's considered this from npr. One of the afghans who's left behind is a man. We're calling con to protect his identity con worked as an interpreter for the us military from late. Two thousand four. To mid two thousand eight he was embedded with troops that he says routinely went on combat missions in taliban-controlled areas. You're lucky arrived. We survived like around trill ambushes because of his service khan was approved for a visa to come to the us but he wasn't able to get on a plane out of kabul so con- had to drive eleven hours back to his home in kandahar to wait for an email from the us embassy. I heard metting nutting khan told. Npr this week. What that silence felt like the mix. You feel disappointed that makes you feel left behind. That makes you feel you will be shot in did every day. You're living in the harir. All the talibans around deal working closely with the. Us makes con vulnerable to taliban reprisals and he says he seen neighbors captured. They've been to their home late at night and dig it you out. And some of them are returned back. Some of them are not yet been determined or released con moved into a small apartment with his wife and three children in an area of town where he feels less likely to be recognized. There's no other option. You.

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"one month" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on 5 Things

"Been one month. Since the taliban took the afghan capital of kabul. the regime is now back in power of all of afghanistan since. Us troops left at the end of august earlier this month. They announced a new government with no other political factions. No women and little ethnic diversity while also including some men on international terrorists. The country's new foreign minister longtime taliban negotiator amir khan mottaki gave a news conference yesterday when asked if the taliban would include women or ethnic and religious minorities and the government. He answered vaguely that they will decide in time but he also clarified that the current government is operating on an interim basis. The us and other allies are pressuring. The taliban not return to the repressive rule of the nineteen ninety s in that period there were harsh restrictions on women and minorities and the country was a breeding ground for different terrorist. Movements talkie said repeatedly yesterday that other countries should not interfere but the taliban reached a deal with the united states during the trump administration last year. Something motoki acknowledged that deal pave the way for the recent us withdrawal but the taliban also agreed to break ties with al qaeda and other militant groups. experts remain. Skeptical that they've actually done so but al qaeda has been significantly weakened and the. Us now is more concerned about islamic state militants in the country. They claimed responsibility for a bombing outside. Kabul's airport that killed one hundred sixty nine afghans and thirteen u s servicemembers last month. The taliban have battled with them since two thousand fourteen around the world official recognition of taliban control and afghanistan is still complicated. Several interim ministers including hakimi and prime minister mohammad hassan a coined or on the united nations so-called blacklist of international terrorists and terrorist financiers the un previously refused to recognize taliban rule in the late nineteen ninety s and early two thousands us-backed afghan president atraaf ghani fled the country. As the taliban took over last month the us and other countries have promised millions in badly needed humanitarian aid for the un to spend in afghanistan country faces hunger and an economic crisis but that aid may depend on the taliban's next steps the taliban have reportedly reimposed some gender divisions in public life and i've also pushed back against protests and in at least one case beat journalists with iron rots. Also this week. Us secretary of state. Anthony blinken faced questions from congress about the f. ghanistan withdrawal. He said the. Us has dedicating attention to protect. Afghan women and girls we will soon appoint my direction. A senior official responsible for focusing and marshalling all of our efforts on support for women girls.

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"one month" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

"You are four hundred for three hours and i'm like what's going on. You're like fixed it rage bullets and all that stuff and i was sure that that was going to happen a lot. It didn't happen once. It didn't happen when you went high low. But it didn't happen once. And i gotta tell you i'm so proud of you and maybe that sounds like you're walking. Maybe it sounds like a low bar as you listen but you send a sixteen year old off by by himself right. Nobody was and to be clear. No one was checking you every night. Nobody was right so yoni i love him. He is my favorite person of all time. I love unia now. you're listening. He was the counselor that we decided would check in on me. Make sure i'm not dying. Because he was in my cabin a couple of years ago. The counselors have come around and do room checks. Make everyone's in their room and he'd always you know like benny. Let's say she many dead and but you know we both. We both knew he meant like is your blood sugar go you know and every once in a while maybe once matz a week i get a false low in the middle of the night because i'd be sleeping on my deck. Some my decks com was super sensitive to compression lows. The i know. Because i got those low alerts to every low in the middle of the night besides one or two of them were compression lows via and it was crazy but he following you and so so. That's where i was going with that. He'd text me in the middle of the night. You know like one. Am to am and he'd be like do you need help and because he'd wake up to it. Sure action fantastic and took me wrong. Now is fine and then in the morning every day. I'd have to go up and hug him and say i'm sorry for waking him up but that was really cool and i probably should have mentioned that already that we did that was part of our protocol and then on the other side of things we decided i would follow. I turned off all my alarms except urgent low and the idea was well. What am i going to do if he's fifty and i'm in charlotte and your in tel aviv. So what we decided was. I would not text you right away. I would wait twenty minutes or something. And then i would text you if i couldn't get you over text knee and i would text body a d. and i think in my head i was like then i'll text the people in new york and they'll text the embassy. Had this plan in my stuff way of forget me. I was nervous. Never got to that point because let me just give you some credit. The two times urged lows that came in but they resolved. Tell that they were fake. The results very quickly. There were times. When i you and you texted me right back and that was. I don't know if you know how great that was. That helped me so much that you just said it's wrong. i'm fine. it was great. So thank you..

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"one month" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on 5 Things

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Yeah express it was just rattling around in there. Sometimes you gotta let the idea similar. It's gotta marinate and cook a little bit and then you're like boom offense that's print it cut negative fair week. Oh yeah and you know. The the spin rates have returned to like twenty fifteen levels or even before which is interesting. It's like they have turned back the clock when it comes to spin rates and yet the clock turning back his has not been commensurate with that when it comes to offense. I think you know it's more like we've we've flashback to maybe like twenty nineteen or something when it comes to offense in strikeouts and that sort of thing which is you know something but not nearly as dramatic which seems to suggest that if we have flipped back to the dawn of the stat cast era when it comes to spin but we have not flashed back to that level of offense or contact than there is more contributing to the offensive downturn through uptick in contact than just spin. It could be the ball. It could be many other factors. It's probably a bunch of things put together but yes it's it's not a panacea more work remains to be done but i'm still in favor of them doing it. Especially now that it has turned out to be. I think a lot less disruptive than some of the worst fears suggested in renown just past the point of noticing or even recognizing that it is the one month mark and past the day when sticky stuff inspection started. It's a delicate ecosystem ban. You know it suggests that when we try to alter these issues that it is a complicated project and one that i think we have to think about very carefully and we need to do not you and i necessarily although sure you and i to that you know it requires some some really precise analysis about. What's impacting what. And how issues that. An factors that interact with one another. How interaction happens and what affected us because we thought maybe they won't have to move them out. Maybe boom boom offense raisins just that yeah my takeaway from this. I think you know the indicator. The npr podcast. They sometimes have economists tyler. Cowen on to play this game called overrated or underrated where they just throw something out there and he pronounces whether he thinks it's overrated or underrated. As the name says in. I think cheating is overrated. That is my takeaway from this series of scandals. Like we have this where it was the biggest story baseball for a while. And then the effects of been more muted probably than you would have thought given the level of attention it received. You'll have the banging scheme. Which was the biggest story in baseball. The biggest story in sports frankly and from the many studies that have been performed doesn't seem like the astros derived some overall benefit from that scheme and air science dealing scheme was more sophisticated than the countless lower tax signs tilling schemes that preceded it that perhaps were equally ineffective and just all of the other scandals and cheating things that come up we've talked about. Pd's and steroids and how yeah they probably seemingly helped some players but not others and i think people attribute a lot of the pd era offensive environment soley to pd's whereas i think a lot of other things were at play including the ball and even i was thinking like the braves international signing scandal..

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Perfectly reasonable choice to make an. I hope that that decision becomes a lot easier for folks. Yup yeah yeah. We've had some guests on to talk about that in the past and i'm sure that we will again but like it means something You know like my mom you know. She wears her her mariners. Pride hat lake. We can have a. We can probably showed at some point. Have like a conversation about how that stuff gets negotiated and the corporatization of those events. And i think that there's good nuanced criticism to be had there and at the end of this particular delegates about people being able to feel safe respected in their workplace. And not something. That should be true for everyone. Whether it's a major league claus or anywhere else so yup and the last thing i will leave you with. Do you know what today is and by today. I mean not tuesday when we are actually speaking but wednesday when this podcast will go up and presumably people will hear it. It'll be july. Twenty first. Ben correct and i guess what i'm thinking here. There's no reason why you would. But it is the one month anniversary of when the sticky stuff enforcement affect sticky stuff. We're talking about that every single day. For weeks there were the story in baseball and then it became not that which is not a bad thing but it almost feels like an afterthought it's really been drowned out by a lot of other things which i guess is a reflection of the effect of that policy or the lack thereof and. I have an article about this. That was supposed to be up. Wednesday might not be because basketball but should be up sometime soon so when it is you can go read what i wrote about it in greater detail but basically i think a lot of the hiccups and embarrassments blew over so the first week friction with max scherzer and sergio romo and oh this is gonna be a blight upon the game and we're gonna have pitchers pulling their pants down and we're going to have managers doing gamesmanship and challenging pitchers for no reason. That really hasn't happened is beyond that first week. It's so routine now that you don't really notice it anymore. You rarely see it on the broadcast to know at first. It was like you would stay. The camera would linger on the pitchers as they got inspected. Now you pretty much just cut to commercial because it's not interesting anymore. It's just a matter of course and in terms of the effects on it you know. I dug into all the numbers and i won't bore people in podcast by reading lists of numbers but it seems like just as sort of some things up that the foreign substance use was pretty pervasive that you know eighty percent or so of pitchers had their spin rates decline relative to either when the enforcement started or when pitchers actually started to wean themselves off of these substances but most of those pitchers weren't suffering drastic declines. Which seems to suggest that spider attack. These more exotic potent substances. Probably weren't that widespread. They were out there. But it's really only a small minority pitchers who have lost. Hundreds of revolutions permitted on say they're forcing fastball. And the effects on offense have been subtle. You know it's not necessarily something you would notice over and above the typical uptick in offense that we get at this time of year. Which if you were to attribute that entirely through the lack of sticky stuff might seem like a big difference but if you look at the difference compared to typical increase in scoring from the first couple months of the season into june july. It's not that much bigger. It is bigger. It is a little bigger than i went back. And compared to like twenty sixteen to twenty nineteen and the combined. Difference over those years and it's a little bigger than that but it's not a massive difference. It's not something that you would really notice without closely looking at the stats. Or maybe you would think that you noticed something but you would be overestimating the actual effect so that is very interesting to me that it hasn't been a bigger effect but here we are just a month in from the inspections starting in its dister receded into the background. Which is not a bad thing for baseball but does suggest that if you think that baseball's offensive environment or aesthetics or style play need an overhaul or needed an overhaul then..

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"And i'm sure get and i look forward to hearing what people want to prioritize because it seems like it would be very straightforward to be either. Like what you said were there. Is you know a single out of some kind. You're striking out grounding out or whatever and then a double play in the triple play. And then i don't know you become a pastor. I don't know what the final thing that is. But i think you have to think carefully about what you want to attribute credit for and what kinds of things you see as having the greatest potential impact while also maintaining the right balance of credit or blame for that event. So it's complicated or maybe it's not and we'll get an email. It's like magazine dumb. Here's was right last thing. I wanted to bring up. Just a banter. Wise is that there have been a couple of welcome stories in other sports recently. That have made me think about baseball by comparison. And that's a as i assume. Many of you listening are aware carl. Nassib of the raiders came out and the first publicly gay player in the nfl openly publicly under contract with the team. And just this week. Look procup of the nashville. Predators is a prospect with them and is going to be in camp with them. This year he became a pioneering player in the same way in the nhl. And of course jason collins was the first in the nba and not that it is a competition or a race or something. But you don't also want to have the distinction of being the one of the four major american sports. That has not fostered an environment where someone would feel comfortable making that decision and you know. I don't know if this is a negative reflection on mlb compared to those other leagues. Because we're talking about one player here or there who could make that decision and it's of course a systematic institutional thing so that one player felt comfortable doing this or or did it despite feeling uncomfortable. Doing it doesn't necessarily mean that the sports are in some ways. More hospitable or or receptive to this than baseball would be but it hasn't quite happened in baseball or an mlb. I should say of course there have been gay players in baseball and there have been players in baseball. Who have come out after their careers. But it hasn't happened during their career with someone who is On active major league roster and one would hope that that happening in other sports makes the path slightly smoother for someone to do this in baseball sometime soon. If they feel so inclined you know you just kind of hope that the environment is there. Where if they want to do that. They feel that they can and they will be supported. And i think that at least publicly the reaction the response to nasa and prokop has been pretty positive so i sort of hoped that this is a prelude to this happening in baseball south had pace powell his not sport where that hasn't happened where it so kind of an ongoing conversation about. When will this happened. When will a player be comfortable doing that. And there are just more major league baseball players than there are nba players or even nhl players. So if you're just going by the numbers you would think that there would be a better chance of someone making that decision. So let's hope i guess. Baseball can be a place where someone follows in the path that those other battery baking players have have blazed..

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"In nineteen eighty nine dollars with money going to children's hospitals pittsburgh and bob prince charities still. It wasn't ordeal. It's something i would never do again. He told sporting news later. But the response of the people was absolutely tremendous. So let's hope. It works out the same way for jake minus the stabbing with aspects. I wonder how many pairs of shoes they went through. Yeah that's a good question. I guess he had hiking gear donated to him so he didn't have to worry about running his own shoes. But yet gotta be careful what you say. This is why we generally issue predictions on this podcast. That's one of the reasons why we do. I guess but yeah only three hundred twenty seven miles compared to the what is it. Twelve hundred that. Jake will be writing but walking compared to biking right. Yeah you're assisted by the device which allows for you to move more quickly as because has highlighted. But i don't know i mean. I think that if one had six months to walk that distance so you could go. You could go some miles shop at a bed and breakfast and Hang out in a town get to know it you know earn a nickname at the diner and then and then continue on your way. Then i think that you You'd be in good shape Walking weisberg backings. And the other thing i wanted to mention is that we kinda tried to evaluate only larissa's performance on podcast and mostly. We ended up talking about how hard it is to evaluate managers because of course the white sox had a very successful season. But how much of that. Larussa is responsible for kind of tough to pin down. And of course we know some of the big stories. But we haven't watched every white sox game so we got an email from listener. Stephen who filled us in on his experience of watching the white sox this season and his impressions of tony russa's performance. So let me read you. What stephen says as a die hard white sox fan. I've witnessed the entire lucid experience. I'd like to give. What i believe is my fair headed opinion on how he impacted the season bunting. Lots of bunting. It's the low hanging fruit of the moneyball revolution that somehow manages to hold on the russa loves bunting and it's been pretty disastrous for the socks. I thought the poor results may discourage so much bunting but other teams have stolen some games via the bunt. Tony isn't changing here. Definitive negative so far and likely all the way through the playoffs. The pitching staff however has been a marvel as you mentioned on the podcast. I'm pretty indifferent about managers and their impact but here is where larussa deserves most credit. He's let young pitching coach. Ethan cats work his magic finally. The success embraced tech like rep. Soto codify it cetera. While tony did not spearhead. Any of this is allowed it to happen. And that's about as much as i can ask for the clubhouse and the personalities that exists seemed impervious to any outside influence. And i believe that's holding true the handling of your mercedes three homer off of beloved. Sto was awful. The talent and passion of guys like tim anderson. Lucas alito and jose abreu are so strong if easily overcome net the quirkiness and diversity on the squad is unbelievable throw in the maniac australian closer and you have a workplace that scene at all no matter what says or does. He's not cracking this. Additionally larussa has been a little hesitant to use hendrix non. Save situations which i don't love. He seems to think the second spot in the order must be filled by someone who can run regardless of their hitting ability. These are small and likely insignificant and with a fully or more healthy team. There would be so much talent. It wouldn't atr is frequent lineup. Rotation and the plethora of off days is frustrating as a fan. But i'll concede that it may be exactly what the players need. Tony seems dead. Set on the philosophy of proper rest now to encourage better performance later given that they're twenty games over five hundred eight games in first place while giving frequent off days. Looks really great right now. It hasn't prevented the major injuries. But the second half of anderson abreo moncada and von will be a good measure of the strategy so to sum up. I was unhappy with the russa higher..

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Eight hundred to one and the headline on marlins dot com was marlins struggle in opener. Which is like a slight undertake amid but not it accurate and with that lusk the marlins fell to forty and fifty four and a negative one run differential sir. I said last week. Something's gotta give. No team has ever had a winning percentage this poor with a run differential in the black and either they are eventually going to be in the red. Or they're going to get that record and at least for now. It's the former so they as we speak here on tuesday before most of the days games they have been outscored other style. Not nearly as much as one would expect given their record. Does it feel good to have some semblance of like baseball as we know it restored right that we bit yell though. It's sorry it came at the expense of the marlins. Sue suffered enough but still well when you're looking at a a score like that. I don't know that. I'm really right to say that normal baseball so and in last episode we also talked to our pal jake mints at out his upcoming bike ride across the country. So i have two little followups related to that for those of you who were not with us in that episode. Jake predicted or stated last year. That the white sox. There's no way that they would hire told me rousset to be their manager and of course they did and he vowed to walk from new york city to chicago if they did that. He is amended that to biking so this thursday he will be setting off on about a two week journey to chicago on his bike. And we got an email about a comparable situation that i was not aware of her. Had forgotten about. But james are patriots. Supporter sent us a link to a sporting news story from a couple ago. And here's the headline. June eighth nineteen eighty nine when the pirates blue attend. Nothing lead forcing announcer. Jim rooker to walk three hundred twenty seven miles or not forcing but compelling at least so. Here's what the story says. Think before you speak even in baseball and even when something seems well unthinkable think before you speak especially when you speak to hundreds of thousands of people for a living. Jim rooker can tell you on story about that. It's a lesson. He learned on june eighth nineteen eighty nine. The day the former pirates broadcaster made a seemingly innocent and safe statement after the bucko scored ten runs in the top of the first against the phillies in philadelphia. If we lose this game. I'll walk back to pittsburgh. Rooker told partner jon sanders and everyone listening on.

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Is maybe going to be sort of a strange episode. Iv a bunch of little winter observations and follow ups and things that we have talked about and will return to hear. Many people sent us a story about the rockies calling. Walk off homer and again. We're trying to stay away from mentioning every single player prediction because as it turns out. There's one just about every day but this one is extraordinary. So i'm quoting here from rockies beat writer thomas harding's kim story on july eighteenth here. We go denver. It has been almost eight weeks since charlie blackmon had homered and yet multiple members of the rockies predicted. He do just that on sunday bench coach slash acting manager. Mike redmond called blackman solo. Walk off shot in the six five victory over the dodgers ten innings at chorus field hitting coach. Dave magon also made the fearless and redmond admitted more trusted prediction. Now here's a quote from redmond. I'm notorious for calling homers. i call them all. The time. Said redmond in his third game in place a miniature butt-black who is out. because of italy's kovic and contact tracing protocols. I might call fifty home runs in a game. Fifty home runs in a game. I maybe this hyperbole. But i don't even understand how it's possible to predict fifty home and you don't even have fifty plate appearances at least for your team in a game. Is he calling homer spur. The opposing players. Or is he calling homers is he renewing the prediction on each pitch. Is that how he's getting to fifty i just. I don't even know how it is conceivable for him to call that many homers in a single game maybe exaggerating so it continues but magazine. I did sit there and go. Charlie hasn't hit a walk off in a while and this would be a perfect spot. Starting pitcher john gray who went seven innings and struck out seven to move into second on the rockies. Career strikeout list said he called it only a pitch earlier. I called first pitch homer from chuck right there said gray cetera et cetera. Didn't get it then but it was worth it. A couple pitches later. I picked the wrong one. But sure enough. He got it out so multiple people calling this improbable homer but really the takeaway here is redmond. Who just must be. The most prolific predictor of all time has to be it has to be on multiple pitches in the same at that it has it has to be that because otherwise it makes it just makes no sense at all. I don't know how you would possibly accumulate that many even and even then fifty feels like a lot. It feels like a lot if you soon so much more thought than we need to put into this. But i'm gonna do it anyway. So if you assume that you modulate the force of your prediction or your likelihood of making one based on the quality of the opponent wouldn't you fifty still seems like a lot of of home runs to predict even allowing for a starter going. I don't know eighty pitches on average and then having relievers comment like don't you unless you're you just have a really subpar opponent. Don't you at some point. Say or he's not likely to to this one like does it. Does the number of predictions in a given game index to the quality of the opponent. Like do you only predict ten home runs. If you're facing saved the mets on a night went to grandma's pitching and then most of those you might say for the bullpen or juice sixty when you're playing the phillies and starters and you're you're in against the book. Is that how it works like how does it. I want to ask more questions. But i'm terrified to ask more because then we will get answers. Talk about those one would hope that it would vary from game to game. I don't know why you would need to keep renewing the prediction. Like if we're talking about the same plate appearance here. Granted the odds are different from one. Count to the next but do we really need it. Seems like overkill if you predict it on one plate appearance..

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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"And i think that part of your job as a player is to try to put on a good face when you're in public which isn't to say that you can't express frustration or that some sort of moral failing but i do think these guys try to sort of present a united front as a team that they are are sort of marshalling together to try to move forward and so you have you gain experience with that as you progress through your career. So it's not like he's Without experience in that regard my also think like i don't want to call it delusion. Does that put a judgment call on it. That i don't mean to but i think that there is a certain amount of unwarranted optimism that probably defines the experience of most professional athletes. When they're at work right. Because you're doing this really hard thing and there's so much that is outside of your control that affects the ability of you and your teammates to to advance the playoffs and win a championship. And sometimes it's the rest of your teammates underperforming. Sometimes it's your own ligaments. Giving out write your own body sort of crapping out on you know telling us some experience with that right so i imagine that he you know he's a human being and he is full of human feeling and some of those human feelings include frustration and irritation and perhaps anger at times. But you know he probably also just thinks that that stuff should be addressed to his co workers rather than in front of everyone else but yes it is. It is sort of surprising. Not just with otani. I think this is surprising of professional athletes. Who are playing at the level that he is just generally in perhaps are surrounded by mediocrity that they do more often than not managed to seemingly channel frustration that is visible toward opponents or officials right And they managed to hold it in. So you know we all have the experience of having to put on a good face over the last year we are perhaps less less practice than we would otherwise be. Yeah it was it was. It was such a bummer. Because it was such a it was such a great showing from him last night and then it turned so fast. It's so fast that one of those classic otani fun facts which i saw. Espn stats and info tweeted. Shohei ohtani threw six scoreless innings last night and then moved to right field. He's the fourth player. Since nineteen hundred to throw a scoreless start and play another position in the same game and the last one wasn't even a real start. That was cesar tovar when he was playing every position as a stunt so he threw a squirrel setting and then played every other position. So it's the classic otani does something. No one has done in decades or centuries and then the angels lose anyway. And here's the most heartbreaking part the most self-effacing quote i can imagine. This is from otani after that game as a pitcher. Of course you wanna have a good game and actually win. But that's not always going to happen. I'm part of the fault for that too. I'm in the lineup. Most of my starts. And today i was only able to get one hit. Maybe if i'm better. I get more red support for myself so you said publicly at least blaming himself for not getting more than one extra base hit while he was also pitching. That is the problem with the angels in that game. He didn't do enough. I just have to wonder like when you are as good as anyone at pitching and his good as anyone at hitting and as good as anyone at running like it must after a certain point as you were watching the string of players who only have to do one thing and can't even do that one thing well like there must be some point where you say you had one job. I have multiple jobs. I have all of the jobs. I do all of them. Well just do one well. That's all you have to do again. Like i've never seen him. Show petit made or anything like that. And i don't even know if this is going on in his head. Or i just projecting but i would hope that the angels have some sorta superstar support group. Where the great players get together to talk about the bad players every now and then just kind of cathartic venting session..

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"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Just like shannon sooner rather than later so shannon will once again. I wanted to say particularly. I think this is ben amazing for me to hear how you're using workshops. Everyone does it a little different. I love that you've systematized everything. And that you have just brought in messenger. You have an appointment setter that you have all these things and that you are so willing to test and fail and tweak and try new things that's always an inspiration Here on the podcast for kathleen. And i personally and we are just so honored to have you. Here is our guest in q. Again so much for having me on. I love talking about this stuff because we can't model what we haven't seen and i think for people. It's really important to see real examples and i love for people to go back and listen to the other episode and then kinda come see how far we have come since you know just making all these changes and learning and failing and consistently getting backup. So that's so true because a lot of change in a couple of years so other than Actually shared a lot of great tips on episode ninety six but yeah there has been a huge change in the entire structure of your business. What you're doing what you're offering and definitely a huge change in your revenue so we are so so thankful to have you on the podcast Just so appreciative that you're willing to share everything and be an open book and share your processes and numbers with us And for listeners. It to we have our show notes page so to find the link stat shannon share today including her website and her instagram. As well as our podcast you can go to. Wb podcast dot com slash. Two zero seven and shannon. You know maybe we're going to have you back again at here too and you can share some more tips. Yeah absolutely all right. Thanks for joining us today. And thank you again shannon. Take care and we'll see you next week. Thank you for listening to the wellness business. Podcast for show notes in three resources. Visit wb podcast dot com..

"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"The flash sale with the recipe book for thirty seven dollars and then you also have is is it based like a online where they can order their supplements through some human. The name of it again is like full script script. It's a newer ish company. It's called well of eight. Yeah so we useful script we use. Well a but We i kinda like customer service of well of eight a little bit better. So i've kind of gone that route. Yeah and it's nice especially when you're coaching people and they already have to buy the supplements. I give all of my clients a discount. So they feel like they're getting a good value and then we are able to keep a lot of the revenue coming in and it continues to build because as we have more and more clients they continued order even if they're not working from us working when this at the time and then so what is the alumni program. What is is that something they do once they're done with the four-month per gram. Yes so after. They go through our signature program. The alumni program is set up right now and i know that this will kind of change It was kinda birthday because people kept saying well. We want to continue working with you. I was like. I don't have another way. So they come in. They pay a monthly fee and they can pay for additional services like doing a dutch test or doing an oath test or an h. Tma or something like that and then with that we give them a personal protocol to follow that includes diet lifestyle supplementation and they can implement it and we do a lot of group coaching. They do get one one on one coaching with myself or One of our other success coaches all right. They've got your main program and then you have a continuity that they can sign up for yup and what is and what is that per. I think you mentioned that was a you earned fourteen hundred eight dollars from that. How much is that per month for each person so we launched it in february so we had our Like our founding membership Started at seventy nine dollars. It's going up to now. It is one hundred fifty dollars a month. Amazing you have this complete system in place now. Yes that is fantastic. Okay that's so good so just a quick side note shannon. How many success.

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"one month" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife

#CreateYourEarthLife

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife

"Twenty is a lot of work creating pins it can take an hour to create many pins and then you post it to however many boards. So the cool thing. This is something that nobody really talks about release. They haven't found the cool thing about pinning is like you can make one pen and post it to six different boards and that's considered six pins so you know i make ten pens and i post it to six boards. That sixty pins usually what i'm saying. So there's like this little loophole. It's still a lot of work. all right. the next thing to do is increase podcast episode. So like i said at the beginning. This is going to be season two and i'm going to be increasing the podcast episodes to twice a week. I'm going to be doing a bowl an episode that is pertaining to a blog. Post that i recently posted. And then i'm going to be doing an episode. Doing bible study prayer in prayer. 'cause i got what i want to do is share the the word of god and that's what god wants us to do and i hope it helps you hope it helps you grow your faith in hopes you become closer to god take entrepreneur business bootcamp class hosted by jennifer alwin. Allwood allwood her. Name's jennifer all. What if you haven't checked out yet. She is on. I tuned spotify. She has her own show on there. As a podcast. She causes the jennifer all would show. She has great christian entrepreneur tips. She's nice she's been in the business a long time. She has a lot of great skills. And i've learned a lot from her. So i'm taking her bootcamp clause which i am seven minutes late currently because i wanted to make this podcast episode and excuse me I am going to be the last thing. oh wait. what's the last thing here. There's two more things. I'm going to be doing this now. The one of them is the prayer journal. Pdf that free for email. Subscriptions all i have is a pop up so when you click on one of my blogs a pops up. I'm gonna make it more accessible. And i'm going to put in links and i'm going to have a landing page which is a page where you just fine. The prayer journal sign up. I believe i need a little more research. But that's what i've read so far and the last thing is i'm gonna finish the pdf webinar. Whatever that i would like to sell the only thing is. I just want to perfect it and i just of course want to grow trust with people so they see like this is where i came from. This is where gods what she has done works. I can trust her. I want to buy this product so that may take a couple of months. So i can prove myself with my blog. Post with my podcast and everything. Alright guys that's all i have for today. I hope this helps christian bloggers so you are feeling hopeful and you are understanding. That is okay. If you're not super successful in the first month two three four five six by the six month you should be bringing in some money though. And that's going to be my expectation. Because that's what i've read so far like usually people three to six months and start making money so anyways please pray for me. Please help me out with this. Let's do a little prayer right now..

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"one month" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife

#CreateYourEarthLife

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"one month" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife

"Cre- earthly podcast with myself. Your host geneva prudhomme and today. I'd like to see that we are going to start a new season so my first season which isn't even considered a season it. Just start posting podcast. It was more of like new age stuff. That's my pass before. I was saved by jesus so there are some people that still listen to my first episode and fair warning like it is not appropriate. And she's very of the world Which may encourage you to to it. But you could definitely see the difference of how i am now in how i was then and then my actual first season of the podcast was me being a newborn christian and now i would like to buckle down a little. The the biggest difference about this season to that we are going to be doing is it's going to be. It's going to actually be very similar from the newborn christian phase. But there's going to be more bible study. There's going to be more prayer and there's going to be more education around christianity and around. God i know. That's basically what i do. But there's going to be a little bit more depth because now that i have my blog then i'm going to be doing podcasts. That are based off my blog posts because my blog i work very hard on and i think there's a lot of great knowledge there that i would like to share with you guys in some people. Don't wanna read. They just wanna listen so why not. Connect them both. And then if you don't feel like listening start this time i'm gonna skim it over there. You go also. I will be sharing christian entrepreneur tips and that is what today's episode is on. I am going to be sharing my first month. Analytics with you guys for my blog so you may start with new this. This is not what i'm interested in. But i'm willing to share that today for this episode is specifically for christian bloggers. I'd say or people that are supporting christian blogger so you can have an understanding of what it's like that you can be very successful as a blogger but it doesn't happen overnight. It doesn't happen in one month or two months or three months from everything that i've read it happens in about three to six months you start having in common. It's like a year to two years before you can make a decent amount of income. So i want to be honest and i wanna share my journey and i want you guys to be able to trust me. So when i start teaching entrepreneurs hips when i star i. I'm writing a pdf right now. I want to have a class a video class or something so things in the works right now where. I want to teach people on help. People learn about being a christian entrepreneur. And i just feel like. I have an entrepreneur spirit. I feel like that is my calling. And that's what god wants for me and that's why i have no doubts. It's gonna work out but it is a little deceiving the first month. So let's jump into it. Let's talk about it. It has been about six weeks since. I launched my blog. I have six or seven blog posts at the moment i am just finishing up the first month of blogging analytics blog. Post which is what. We're talking about today and i said let's start off with my business strategy so what i decided for business strategy for marketing was one two three tick talk videos a day. Thirty pins.

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