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Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

"But first, let's start with this. Let's go to breaking news. This is from the Supreme Court CNN's Jessica Schneider. What do we know? Yeah, Victor and Allison, the Supreme Court has issued two decisions related to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Remember, there were challenges that were heard just about a week ago in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers who I told you, I told you they were going to block it. So with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on Monday, just the masking portion of it. And effectively went into effect. Vaccine portion of that man that you effectively go into effect, I just. It was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that she did say that effectively goes into effect, and she say that, I think she said that effectively goes into effect. Go in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers with 100 people or

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"PR It's four 30 Live from NPR news and Culver City California I'm Duane Brown In tornado ravaged areas of Kentucky workers volunteers and members of the National Guard have been mobilized to help with rescue and recovery efforts at work ranges from replacing damaged utility poles to delivering bottles of water and searching for those still missing The tornado outbreak is killed at least 88 people in 5 states 74 of them were in Kentucky where governor Andy beshear says donations to help devastated families are pouring in To date 66,829 donations for more than $9.89 million every bed is going to go to help these families the state is going to take no administrative at all The governor says a toy drive has also brought in Christmas gifts for many of the children who lost everything in the storm across Kentucky about 24,000 homes and businesses are still without electricity A federal appeals court has rejected a renewed attempt by the Biden administration to end the so called remain in Mexico policy in Paris Joe rose tells us the U.S. restarted that controversial Trump era border policy earlier this month under a court order The Biden administration has tried twice to terminate the remain in Mexico policy that forces asylum seekers to wait outside the U.S. for their immigration court hearings But the 5th circuit Court of Appeals rejected its latest effort to end the policy that started under former president Trump in 2019 President Biden is called that policy dangerous and inhumane but a federal judge ordered the administration to bring it back as border arrests soared Last week the administration complied by restarting remain in Mexico in El Paso while promising to improve safety and due process But immigrant advocates warn that migrants were once again be easy targets for kidnapping and violence Joel rose NPR news Stocks finished lower across the board on Wall Street today This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat its four 32 One year ago today the first COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Georgia those doses were set aside for public healthcare workers now state public health officials say more than 6 million Georgians have received at.

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Debunking Joe Biden's Latest Lies on Income Tax

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 11 months ago

Debunking Joe Biden's Latest Lies on Income Tax

"The top 1% pay 40% of all income taxes. The bottom 50%. That's 50 out of 100. There are Democrats listening. Paid just 3% and I rounded up. It's actually 2.93% of the total federal income tax burden. So 50 out of 100 people pay three cents on every dollar. And one out of 100 pay 40 cents on every dollar. You know, folks, Listen, you want the rich to pay more? Make your case. What bothers me about Griff. There, Loser Joe Biden is corrupt zero Him and Obama and others Hillary Clinton and others career liars without a shred of dignity or character. Stains on this country. Is that they don't make the case. What they do is they manipulate useful lemming liberals. They manipulate them with racial arguments and emotional arguments about class warfare because they're afraid if they tell liberals the truth that even some liberals won't be in their corner. Why not just come out and tell the truth that the majority of the income tax burden in the United States falls on the richest one in 10%? I'll give you that data in a second about the 10% in a minute. But why not? Just say that and we'd like them to pay more? Make your case. I don't agree. We could vote against you. But at least we won't know you're a liar and a man with no dignity. Who's a career grifter? But because you're a loser like Joe Biden, you can't tell people the truth. So you manipulate their emotions and you lie to them and you say no. The middle class are getting worked over in the tax code. They are The bottom 50% of taxpayers pay 3% of income tax. 3%

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Off Use the code, Tom not available in Idaho, Iowa and South Dakota. And Welcome back. We're talking with Sophie Bjork James, the author of the new book, The Divine Institution, also an assistant professor of anthropology at Vanderbilt University, or in the anthropology department of the Practice of anthropology. And Sophia. I wanted to do a little deeper dive into both, Uh, basically, uh, the patriarchy aspect of the white Evangelical movement and also the racial aspect of it. If we can take those separately, he were talking just before we were so rudely interrupted by the break at the bottom of the hour. About your experience of, you know, basically an institution with all male leadership, which, in some ways, I suppose kind of mirrors the Catholic Church. I don't know to what extent they drew from that or if they're just both drawing from patriarchal Institution, and I'd love your thoughts on that. But, uh why? And how is this The case that that at the core of the white evangelical movement is this idea of the family and what impact does that have? On people who grow up in this movement who are not those straight man or women. Or boys and girls. Yeah, That's a really important question. You know, the I think the long history of evangelicalism is that you know, before Protestant, you know, people need further product is, um it was the Catholic Church and the so in terms of You know, but European Christianity. Patriarchy was incredibly central. It was kind of defining. It was one of the defining features of Christianity and so this state having, you know Like a long history of his own private sent to them, and particularly evangelical Protestantism has inherited emphasis on patriarchy and To face there being some evangelical feminists that are trying to change that. And you know, I spent a year in Colorado Springs. As I mentioned. I interviewed over 100 people, and no one complained about it. No one pointed it out. No one said. We should have more women ordained as ministers are more women preachers. It was kind of just like the backgrounds that never got Cummins and on, but it was like Made the institution run. So you know, I found that one of the reason why it's so central is that in The evangelical world view. Everyone needs to learn to submit to God and that there's a very clear released. There's a very cute, clear relationships of authority and submission that needs to stay in place in order to kind of Ground this theological worldview into daily life and that patriarchy and especially in the family, who is incredibly central, right, So within a patriarchal family, there's a very there's a very clear hierarchy in that world view of like men have the power. They're supposed to be The leaders, women are the followers and then the Children are followers of the parents and the parents actually kind of represent God. To the Children in the family. And, you know, I think we have a We need more nuance. We talk about patriarchy because it's often talked about as, uh, There's one for patriarchy. And there isn't there's multiple forms of patriarchy and the kinds that The image also, but I got to know Colorado Springs embrace you know, they we can say it's like a kind of dazzler patriarchy where matters with us to have a majority of the power in the household, But they're also supposed to be kind and serving themselves to their wives and their wives are supposed to have power And in a lot of relationship, uh, the very but I observed at least very easy. The women you know, often would make more money and have like more dominant personalities and You know, talk more and like, you know, but they would still say like I defer to my husband and the husband has been charged. But that's that hierarchy within the family. Any heterosexual marriage is kind of a minor symbol of the broader hierarchy of you know the individual with Cuba, right? It's like everyone is supposed to messages assigned like leads to learn that submission in terms of being a good Christian, and that the family is the way that that Submission has learned in practice and become, you know, as I describe it a divine institution. Well, what happens? I'm sorry. I was just gonna add it. You know that's at the core of our entire culture of of what we call Western civilization. This this idea of patriarchy as well. Baby and that there's different, you know, different manifestations of that. And then I went uncle cultures very.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And business with more than 100 people, and it's not a requirement for migrants of the southern border of life. That's correct. That's correct. That's correct. So she 100% agrees, admits that they're going to mandate People in America to get vaccines. But do not mandating. People that are undocumented flowing across the border. Mm. Are they on Vax? Yes, the one vexed. Where they going to get vaccinations. That is absurd. America should be in an uproar. I don't care if you're liberal. I don't care if you're conservative. Everybody should be in an uproar when Jen Psaki says it's okay for the undocumented people not to have to be vaccinated that come into our country. Take our money. Get health care. Go ahead and get food. Get shelter where we're not taking care of our own people. And then they don't need to be vaccinated. But if you have a company over 100 people You've got to get vaccinated. Then I scratched my head and go. What kind of crap is that? 100 people. Well, if you have to get vaccinated over 100 people, then why? What happens with a company with 10 people? Although they're not going to get covid. What do you see? This is where we all have a problem There. Rules don't make sense. And when they don't make sense, we do not want to follow. Most of us are not sheep, but a lot of people want to be sheep. Whatever they say we're going to do. I can't think for myself. Think for yourself. You want to be vaccinated. Get vaccinated. If you don't don't government stay out of it. Do what you supposed to which President Trump did? Within six months. He had a vaccine for us. I will agree that got it out to us very quickly and did what they needed to do. Don't mandate anything to me. Let's go to the phones. Let's go Speak to Advil. Good morning, Advil. Oh, good morning, Dean. Very, very nice to talk with you. At last. I've listened to your money program and thoroughly enjoy that. And I'm so grateful that you're standing in for Garrett Lewis this morning regarding of vaccinations in 1986. President Ronald Reagan signed into law that all pharmaceutical companies should not be held accountable for any disabilities or death. Uh, resulted from a failure in their vaccinations. I don't know if you know, but the preservatives in the flu vaccination alone MSG formaldehyde. Aluminum and Marysol, which is another name for mercury. Um all of those are highly toxic to us. Um so are questionable in themselves. And when I spoke to my nurse a year or more ago, she indicated that their vaccinations of preservative free, so I'm not imagining that there's an issue there if they stop preservative free. Vaccinations regarding the covid vaccination. Um, uh, It's very questionable, then wishing to have all workers witnessed more than 100. In a company to be vaccinated tested, or they have to lose their jobs. There will be an enormous unemployment. Uh, if everybody loses their job because they do not wish to put any toxicity in their body. They have a choice. As you know, that's fine. If some want to be vaccinated, that's fine. Um, but it's we're going to have we're going to have increased crime. We're going to have starvation. People are not have any work and yet and yet the people coming across our borders, um, can do what they like. And don't don't need to be vaccinated all I mean, it's just insanity. And unfortunately, the current criminal in office that we have is doing everything he can against America and Americans and favouring enemies. How long you've been in America, Advil. I've been here since 1998. Okay. So you see in the last 20 years, what's going on? Okay, have and I've done a lot of research and research well and evaluate both sides of the story, And I've done a lot of research because the medical institute, for instance, everybody has this. Glowing faith in the Fed the FDA and dumbfounded because when you realize the amount of really deliberate toxicity within our process foods, for instance, is a drink that cinnamon whiskey won't name it, Um, but it has no preservative in it. Right. Hey, listen, I totally agree with you. People have to make the choices. We know that even if you make choices they need to be informed and deliberately not informed. Right. And if you think about this a little bit more, Okay. When you said about this earlier you talked about how unemployment would go up if they do this, right? Okay, Astronomical, But think about this. Yes. Isn't that what they want? Isn't that what they want to do is keep giving people money, so they vote for Well, they're effectively. This is the enemy within. Yes, and and so we're effectively being destroyed and allowing them to do it. We're complying in our own suicide, and we're allowing our young people to be educated. In such a way that they have these beliefs now. Well, we go back to Operation Paperclip Operation Paperclip. I'm sure you know Dean is what accelerated this infiltration of the enemy within into our society, And basically, they infiltrated schools and media at court. And so this is what we face today. And this is why President Trump presidency was attacked every second of every minute of every day and night and day because he was affective. Amazingly, he was effective through all the adversity. Do you do? I 100% agree. It was hard example. I'm going to tell you something off the off off the subject. You know why you got so much time to talk? Your voice is beautiful. That accent beautiful. I could just kill it. I could just keep listening to you all morning log. Don't even know what you're saying. I don't care what you say it. I'm just going to listen to you kind in and it's an absolute joy for me to connect with you at last. Thank you very much. Indeed. Thank you. I love that accent. Hey, Why do you think I put it on? I know Several made some good points, though. Didn't she? Soothing? I was just like listening. She actually kept me laughing talking. She's what we call a slam dunk and radio. Right? Good. It was going to be a great phone call, no matter what. Even her points are so true. Okay, you know, you know what? I don't understand More than anything, It's how do we go ahead and say if you have over 100 people, you have to mandate the vaccine. But if you have less than 100, people like 90, you don't have to do it. What is the difference? If you come up with a consistency thing of proving to people that it works. You need it. You want to do it? Then you're going to have less people. And if you keep going on, you're going to have heard immunity anyway. If 70 75% of the people already vaccine how many of the people that are not on backs have already had it..

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Why, and the answer is that's correct. That's correct. She moves on to the next question. Because she can't answer that question. That question is not posed on CNN or MSNBC. That question is not posed by the New York Slimes of the Washington compost. That question is not posed by NBC, CBS or ABC that today show Good Morning America or any of the other quasi cooking shows on in the morning. Now it's not asked because it exposes. A problem. And when these governors go to court and others go to court, they need to point these facts out. It's an emergency. Well, then why isn't there a universal application just based on what they're saying? How can it apply to American citizens, but not to illegal aliens? More. How can it apply to businesses had hired Over 100 people but not businesses that hire less than 100 people. More Where is the historic legislative legal authority for OSHA? Through the Labor Department of the issuing regulations. To determine medical decisions. To determine employment decisions to determine business decisions of this sort. There is no basis What about separation of powers a constitutional question. That is. There is no statutory authority for this. Biden doesn't go to Congress and ask for a vote because he won't get it. So he just does it on his own dictator. Dictator. And of course, the consequences to the private sector are devastating. They're already having trouble hiring people and keeping people Thank God 1000 mandates placed upon him and the Democrats intend to place 1000 more. And take their money at the same time with this bill that their proposal They want to hand out more freebies and more checks. Making it ever more difficult to get people to actually go to work. And now they're saying to the employer, you are going to do our bidding. You are going to become part of the government's iron fist. We did it, the big tech and now we're going to do it to you. Every single employer in the nation. Private sector. With 100 more employees. You will now be an appendage of the Biden administration and you will do what you are told. Or you will be hugely fine. But don't talk about freedoms. Ladies and gentlemen. Don't talk about that because the government never abused his power. The government always abuses power. Always I'll be right back month.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The VAX mandate for businesses over 100 people. Think about that for a minute. Good thing. The Ronna doesn't infect those businesses that only employ 99 people. Biden must not care about the health of owners of businesses with only 90 workers. It's only the businesses with 100 or more than he cares about. It's all because of optics, and it would be seen as picking on the swam all business owner. Uh if he did that again, this has nothing to it's what it's all about. It's politics. It's painting Republicans as the Anti-vaxxers and he's going to be able to point to the Santas and Christy Nome and anybody that's against him. If there's a flare up and say, Look, I tried my best. You better go vote for us, because you know I did what I could hear. But these crazy Republican anti-vaxxers or holding us all up. Now. Todd Rokita is the attorney general for the state of Indiana. He's going to be joining us coming up here in just a little bit, and we're going to find out what he thinks about all of this. Meanwhile, out in Los Angeles, the nation's second largest school district, they're already running. They are often running here. They now claim all students aged 12 and older. Will be required to be fully vaccinated by January. 10th of 2022. So you've got until January 10th of 2022, but Los Angeles school kids not wasting any time they're running with this vaccine mandate. And you have to think I mean, look what's going on in Europe. Europe has been ahead of the United States in terms of policy and getting kids back into school. Kids were back in school months after the pandemic started. No masks. Uh, the UK, for one has said, Yeah, we're not going to be recommending vaccinating kids under 18 years old here in the United States a little bit different story. I would just keep your eyes open. Keep them peeled for what other countries are doing in that respect. Trust the science that you like. That's the new motto from the Biden administration. Trust the science that you like, Um, listen, I know we've been talking about a lot of negative stuff right now. But let's flip the script a little bit. Let's talk about something fun of the weather. Tonight should be amazing. There's a Colts kickoff concert on Monument Circle High School football. People are going out on date nights all over. Central Indiana. And that brings me to this next story. T K Dub. Can I get some mood music here on.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To managed. We're really thinking my power. Just like I don't think masks have to be made mandatory nationwide. I'll do everything in my power as President, United States to encourage people to do the right thing, and when they do, it demonstrated it matters. All right. That was Joe Biden in December of 2020. Nancy Pelosi also said, Hey, the federal government can't mandate vaccines. Here's what she said. So here's the thing. We cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That's just not what we can do. It is a matter of privacy to know who is or who isn't That is Nancy Pelosi. Well, evidently, the federal government's powers have changed since she said that and already thankfully, we have Republican governors who are willing to stand up for their citizens, But Joe Biden is telling him Basically bring it on. Here's what Biden said this morning have at it. No. I am. So, um Disappointed. That Particularly some of Republican governors. Had been so cavalier with the health of these kids. So cavalier. The health of their communities. This is this is we're playing for real here. This isn't a gang. And I don't know of any scientists. Out there in this field, but doesn't think it makes us considerable sense. To do the six things I've suggested. There are a lot of scientists actually, who disagree with him on masking in schools. Clay, who disagree. Whole countries, actually, with masking in schools. I mean, I guess the same way that those Republican governors are reckless with the lives of their Children. Or of the Children in their states. I suppose the UK, another major European countries that have said no masking in schools as necessary, they must not care about dead kids either. Is that what we're supposed to believe? Here's what I what I wanted to say to everybody. As soon as this came first of all we've been saying this was going to happen. We have audio. I said they're going to use federal mandates. And this is one of the reasons why I have had some disagreements with some fellow conservatives about sitting around and waiting and talking about my constitutional like they're coming for you. I've been saying this. They're going to do this. The federal government under this by administration will overreach. And it has. But beyond that this isn't even the full nuclear option, folks what they've done here. I know that's hard to hear, but it's true. This is A big leap in the incrementalist plan, right? This feels like they've been taking step step step. And now this is a bit of a jump, but they still have a few other first of all, they're hiding behind Clay, as you know. It's not really a mandate for the businesses because you can get tested once week, right? That's right. A company with 15,000 or 30,000 employees is going to be overseeing weekly test. That's absurd beyond that, though, and think of the expense. The big one. And you and I have talked about it. I still think we head into the winter. They move the football down the totalitarian feel this way they're going to go for you cannot get on a plane or a train across the state lines. Without a vaccine. Passport full stop. That's where this is headed. Yeah, and look what we need. So there's a lot of you out there that are asking the question. Okay, Let's start here. Is this constitutional? I believe the answer is no. Okay, let's start there. I'll put my lawyer hat on to my knowledge. The government has never mandated A treatment of a medical nature. On basically the vast majority of the United States population that I can ever remember. Historically, right, So this mandate I believe is unconstitutional. The question Buck is How many people will actually stand up to the mandate and how many companies and also governors and states are just going to meekly comply? With this regulation. In other words, a lot of you out there listening. Most of you work at places that employ over 100 people and a lot of you. I bet have already been asking questions. You may have gotten the emails, but we got an email. A lot of these companies are going to send out a statement, and I think I'm curious what you think, Buck. I think most companies are not going to want to fight this. They're not going to expend the legal resources to fight it on behalf of their employees, and they're going to meekly comply. And I think a lot of governors Will meekly comply as well. And the question is going to be Will the Supreme Court get involved in this and make it clear that the federal government doesn't have the ability to issue this mandate? Or will they try and dodge this issue because they don't want to get involved in the politics of covid vaccination? I don't know the answer. I can tell you. I think John Roberts wants to dodge it. You know, we know he wants to dodge every time the same way that I knew it never kept saying Oh, but the courts will decide on the on the election issues. And during that whole thing I was on the radio, saying No, they're not going to decide because of cowardice because they don't want mob showing up outside of their home because that's how the left plays the game. When it comes to judges, decisions they don't like. They're just going to say not our problem. This was a political question decided by the elections, by the way, is what they did resoundingly in court records. I said the same thing. You're right. I mean, that's why I'm nervous here about like whether the courts are actually going to stand up for our rights. So now we're at a place where we're hoping that what the Supreme Court will step in. At some point and tell us that are they going to put a stay on this order? I think that's unlikely. But we'll see. In the meantime, you ask about companies, corporations. First of the federal government is definitely going to implement this for all their employees. Their 2.1 million. We knew that was gonna happen. There have been some mentioning questions about the United States Postal Service I've seen that is right back and forth over that. Um, whether they are covered or covered or different anyway, The point is, the federal government is going to make all their employees get this. Another part of it that we've been saying is coming and it's here now and you go back and we actually you know, we have translated claimed buck dot com You go in the archives. We've been saying this for a while. Is that they're going to mandate this in schools. L A county just did it. I can assure you that New York is going to follow L, a county with everyone 12 and having to get the vaccine. And what we're just seeing here is what I've been worried about along which is the piecemeal 100% vaccination approach, which doesn't and there's so many things that we could say this is problem for so many reasons why this is problematic. Clay, not a single mention in the 27 minutes. I mean, I watched it back a couple of times. Biden watched and then by the transcript and the Biden speech, not a single mention. Of natural immunity. The 100 million people that have gotten infected already, so they're treating you like an enemy of the state like a threat to public health. If you're not vaccinated, even if and put aside how I think that's completely unfair as well. But even if you've had the virus and therefore medically speaking, or at less risk to people walking around, even someone who has just gotten the vaccine, they still treat you like an enemy of the state. Because the narrative and the control is what matters. The power is what matters here. I think this is this is massively massively important on two levels. To kind of synthesize this one. I think it's an unconstitutional overreach. The federal government, in my opinion does not have the power to do what Joe Biden did. And but we know That Biden himself has basically said I don't care because he did it with the eviction moratorium when he actually said, I know this is unconstitutional, but I'm doing it anyway. I think that's what's going on here. But will our courts have the testicular fortitude to stand up to the president in the midst of a of a pandemic in quotation marks to buck? And I think this is massively significant, too, And I think we need to continue to talk about this. Even if 100% of people are vaccinated, it doesn't solve COVID because the vaccines are working in a limited efficacy for a relatively short period of time, so both Biden does not have the constitutional authority. I don't believe to do what he did, and it doesn't even solve the underlying issue..

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"On Monday. I'm Amy Schade Rafa while a big announcement. From the president. Yesterday, he told the country he is now mandating covid vaccines for any employer who has more than 100 employees or People are going to be required to get tested regularly at their expanse. It's sure to end up in the court system somewhere, which is why we turn to our constitutional law expert David Cole from Lynn Pinker Hurston. Sh Wagman Good Morning, David. Good Morning, Amy. How are you doing? Good. Let's get right to it. Is this going to hold up in court? Well, it's got some trouble find trouble lights flashing on it. He what he did was, he said, I'm going to ask the Department of Labor, which means OSHA to come up with some regulations that require businesses to the stuff you're saying about testing with employers are over 100 people. Okay, Fair enough. The president can make that request of the agency. But presidents do that a lot. And when agencies start rushing to try to please the boss courts get real interested. Remember, President Trump had this happen a lot like that in the Dhaka case, and you know, courts are skeptical when agencies rush their work. So what arguments our opponents going to use if they file legislation or file a lawsuit, so they're going to say the phrase they used in the challenges to some of the regulations, encouraged by the Trump administration were the freezing. The law is arbitrary and capricious, which is a fancy way of saying they didn't show their work. There's a percent Way you're supposed to go about enacting a new rule when you're an administrative agency in the agency, not just OSHA and where agencies get in trouble is when the president says We've got to do this real quick. We gotta do this real quick, and they come out with something kind of controversial. They haven't heard from everyone. They haven't built a full record. The courts are going to say, guys, you didn't You didn't show your work. It's arbitrary and capricious. You've got to go back to square one Another. A lot of employers have already put this mandate in saying if you're not vaccinated that You know, I'm not going to have a job anymore. We're going to fire you. And I'm sure there that is being tested in court as well. Um what's to say that employers to say we're just going to test everyone, but that gets expensive, too. Right. That's a decision that there is a business decision, and businesses have a lot of latitude about what they can require their employees when, indeed, yesterday when President Biden said he was going to require federal employees to be tested, assuming the unions go along with that he's just acting like the CEO over really big business. A lot of other leaders have made similar decisions, so employees don't have a lot of court challenges to make their unless there's a unique religious issue or something like that. But you're right that can get expensive and the businesses have to make cost decisions about those things. Another The reason why the regulators need to move carefully on this that they impose a bunch of costs on somebody. They better have a good explanation and their records or courts will Be skeptical. How is this going to be enforced? I see that, like the vaccine police, you know, coming and knocking on the door of your business saying, Oh, you have 101 employees. Is everyone vaccinated? Can I see your vaccination cards? You know, it'll be awkward events. OSHA has a big enforcement and compliance situation already. They've been around since the seventies. They enforce workplace laws all the time about different safety mechanisms, and they would just mess it would just be another regulation they enforced. If they found you weren't compliance that give you warning and maybe impose some kind of administrative penalty and that can get expensive for the penalties. Start to mount up. So it would just be another thing that the OSHA enforcement authorities look for when they visit with the business, I think was a there was one governor who said she was going to you know, he has our lawyers working on on a lawsuit against the Biden administration. So where did they get a file? Well, who knows? There's always something but I think if the if the claim is that there is a potential claim that federal regulation in this area is encroaching on a traditional state prerogative to regulate public health response to an emergency. I'm not sure that's going to have a lot of legs. But I can see where there's room for that argument. We saw this in the early days of the pandemic states. We're trying to do all this action and the federal government was a little bit in the background. That's just the way we've traditionally handled it so That would be interesting to see if they proceed with that. Whether it got anywhere. It's an interesting point. I'm not sure it would succeed in the long run. In your opinion. Is this a states rights issue? Probably not. I mean, we've part of the situation we have here is that the emergency has gone on forever. It's been a year and a half of emergency now, and it's sort of become a new normal That's not really healthy. And actually seeing OSHA start to regulate this, like an ordinary workplace problem is kind of refreshing. That's sort of the way you're supposed to do. This kind of thing is through the normal process, and I'll be running around with a bunch of emergency stuff. So seeing it moved to become more federal actually think is sort of healthy. Suggest we may be finally working our way through this. All right. David always appreciate your insight. Thank you very much and have a good weekend you to constitutional law expert David Cole from Lynn Picker Hurst and sh Wagman. It's 6 56. Let's get an update on traffic..

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A racing experience in Thermal, California. Arrowhead luxury cards dot com. Larry Lewis, Katya our news. We have tied a heat record for this date 110 degrees in Phoenix. Normally we're at 103, but we still have plenty of time to break the record, especially with our excessive heat warning until eight PM through tomorrow night. We have an air pollution advisory to overnight lows in the lower eighties triple digit highs in the next week. And don't feel left out. Peoria, You've got 1 10 to whether brought to you by Howard Air. Whether Replace or repair, call Howard Air. I'm Peter Seymour and Arizona's News Station, Katie, Our news spanning the Valley of the sun and all across the 48 States. This is the Arizona Daily download Nothing but Arizona News stories on the ghettos and Chad Show number three. Ducey Blast. Biden? Yeah, you think that's not a shocker, right? No. No, it's not a shocker. So the president comes out and he's got a few ideas about what to do with Covid. And one of them is, you know if you're a private company of over 100 people Mandate the vaccine or get people, um, tested and Doocy didn't like that. He went nuts on Twitter. I've got a few of the things here, but he basically just says that Joe Biden is un American. You know, um, I do see is immoral. He's immoral. He's an immoral human being because one of the most immoral things I can think of is letting kid gets sick. I don't know that's un American, but it's certainly immoral. Okay, So you're saying he's immoral and people have asked me like, how is he? More like is he? I mean,.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WBUR

"Never make this mistake. Take again will never become complacent about the threat of terrorism, one of the first measures introduced by President George Bush to combat the terror threat on American soil. Was the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Well, the Department of Homeland Security was created based on the premise that one of the reasons that 9 11 occurred is that there were all these disparate federal agencies that worrying Different departments spread across Washington, and there was no omnibus single point of contact. I think sometimes one embraces a bureaucratic solution to more complex problems. And this solution in particular was one of the initiatives that it was believed would resolve the gap in information or, in the parlance of the times. I don't think this is the best analogy. But this failure to connect the dots would somehow be corrected by the Department of Homeland Security. Bruce says that this attempt to connect the dots in intelligence was a flawed understanding of why the system had failed, allowing the 9 11 attacks to happen. The point was, you know this wasn't an intelligence failure. It can't be an intelligence failure when CIA briefers went down to President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas, where he was vacationing in early August, 2000 and one over a month before the attacks and presented to him of grief entitled Something like Being laden poised to strike or attack the United States, so it wasn't an intelligence failure. But yet some of the bureaucratic reorganizations that followed, including the creation of the director of national intelligence flowed from, I think that flawed premise It wasn't the only gap in the post 9 11 thinking. Bruce says the Bush administration was also slow to anticipate the risk from terrorism that could be grown on domestic soil. I think in many countries, there was an assumption that we're fighting them over there, so we don't have to fight them here, and therefore there was no threat. But this was I think one of the completely it could have been foreseen. But completely surprising developments is that Al Qaeda was able to cultivate operatives in a variety of countries. Spain and Madrid commuter Obama tax in March 2000 and four is yet another example. To carry out attacks in this was underestimated. And, of course, then when Isis capitalized on this lone wolf or independent actor phenomena a decade later, we once again we're kind of abruptly woken up to an internal or domestic threat that we had to come to grips with. The other area where Al Qaeda proved unexpectedly adept was in the use of the Internet. Terrorists, of course, the first to exploit technology for their own ants. And in many respects, Al Qaeda and Isis have pioneered a recruitment communications operational planning by using you know, uniquely 21st century technologies. Even though they may have 1/7 century ideology themselves. They're perfectly willing to use Western technologies as a rope to hang the West Whip. Bruce says that despite these criticisms, measures taken have been successful in keeping American citizens safe. It's essential, though, that the US remains vigilant. We face very determined, very resilient and very innovative adversaries that are constantly evolving and changing. And on that basis, we should never be lulled into the complacency of thinking another 9 11 could not happen. Believe it will be far more difficult for terrorists to pull off such attack. But to say that it's not possible that flies in the face of what we've seen in the history of terrorism for the past 200 years is that terrorists will always attempt to obviate whatever defenses or countermeasures are putting their path. There's only been one attack in the United States claimed by Al Qaeda since 9 11. That attack took place in 2019 and killed three people. Lone Wolf attacks have claimed the lives of over 100 people..

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"20 WBS em live from the Matthews Brothers studio. What This is about? Is controlling women's bodies and controlling people who are not CIS gender man. This is about making sure that someone like me as a woman, or any menstruating person in this country cannot make decisions over their own body. Any menstruating person. Because, like I don't What did you say, woman? And why do you need to say, sis? Gender men? Why don't you just say men? Well, men can men straight to I I know that's what they say. I know that's what they say. It's ma'am. It is man. I understand what they say. But they they seem to be getting there. Their narratives. Confused. I mean, Jen P. Sake last week said that only women basically could get pregnant. But what about what about any menstruating person apparently can get pregnant. I mean, you know, there won't be any more be You know, Joe Biden said working mothers, right? I don't I don't quite understand this CIS gender men. System that means are born. That man, I guess 844 542 42. Uh, 603. That's a good point about it from heroes to zeros. I've been working all through this. Why am I now being treated like a chump and forced to do all these things, But those who took the unemployment are being treated so much better. It seems backwards. It seems like Democrat Strategy. You know, again the Democrats When I was a kid, they always said they were for the working classes, and it was sort of true. It's no longer true there for the non working classes. Uh, where the hell of the union says 978. This is their chance to actually do something good for the membership and there is quiet and corrupt as the CL You membership should bail out the you bail out on the union's enough. How do you bail out on the unions? If you live in a state that has basically mandatory union membership, er, I guess you don't have to belong to the unions. But you, you you have to pay the union dues. So what the hell is the 0.844 540 to 42? The people are just telling about it talking about their companies where they have to get the vaccines. They have to show proof of vaccination, even though they're working from home. They still they might have. They might someday going to the office so they have to get a vaccination. 413 and now sounds like we are financing loss of function lifestyles because of this gain of function stuff got out of control. That's Professor X saying that, Yeah. I mean, this is this is all on Fauci too, You know, I mean, talk about a guy who should be shunned in polite society. I mean, I I know they'll never put him in in prison for for his lies. Not to mention under oath. You know, people do go to prison for lying under oath. I I know people that have gone to prison for lying under oath. They when when Clinton lied under oath, there were over 100 people languishing in US prisons for lying in civil cases, civil cases. This is what that that would be with. With with Fauci. I think no, I think it's I wouldn't know. I guess it would be criminal. I guess it's criminal to to lie under open in Congress, So the fact is, though, that you can go to prison, but not if you're a Democrat. Not if you're a Democrat. No, no. When was the last time a Democrat went to prison for lying 844 or 542? 42. There will be no steps, The president announces.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Weekend is beaches were packed, Volusia County Beach Safety says over 100 people had to be pulled from the water mainly to to rip Kurds. Also hearing reports of some jellyfish stings as well. The search for a missing diver in Volusia County comes to a sad and after the search is suspended. Attorney Jim Evans went missing Friday while diving off parts Inlet. Several agencies searched over 5000 Square miles for about 100 hours before calling it off. A Tampa Tampa area motorcyclist was killed Sunday after he hit the rear bumper fell off the vehicle was traveling in front of them. FHP says the 63 year old was on an access road leading to I 75 when it happened, no word if the other driver will face charges. More American citizens are getting out of Afghanistan. The State Department says four Americans were taken out in the Taliban did not interfere. The terrorist group now rules the war torn nation. After taking over last month, the American Embassy greeted those who were evacuated once they were in the country that wasn't named. In Qatar. Secretary of State Anthony Anthony Blinken thanked the Gulf State for their help in getting thousands of people out. This is a complex operation as complex as any in recent memory, But I've got every confidence will succeed at it because the partnership between Qatar in the United States has never been stronger. Blinken says The Taliban isn't preventing anyone with proper travel documents from leaving the country, but it's a challenge. There are groups of people who are grouped together, some of whom Have the appropriate travel documents. An American passport. Um, a green card a visa. And others do not. It is the 20th anniversary of 9 11 on Saturday, the White House had told former says the White House official who told former President Bush the nation was under attack is now recalling the moment saying the former president was calm. I thought he reacted exactly the right way. He did nothing to introduce fear to those very young elementary school students, and he did nothing to demonstrate fear to the media that would have translated it to the satisfaction of the terrorists all around the world as former chief of staff Andy Card, he says. Former President Bush was visiting an elementary school here in Florida when he was informed that a second plane hit the World Trade Center and a lot of us remember in that he was in Florida and later left to go to ground zero to talk to the rescue workers. I can hear you, the rest of the world hears you. And the people.

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Blinken: Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

Chris Krok

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Blinken: Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

"Has pulled out of the last of its troops from Afghanistan. It officially ends America's longest war, the large scale evacuation of Americans. Citizens and Afghan allies from the Taliban controlled Afghanistan is also now ended. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken address the nation about the U. S message to the Taliban. The Taliban seeks international legitimacy and support. Our message is any legitimacy and any support will have to be earned. The Taliban can do that by meeting commitments and obligations on freedom of travel, respecting the basic rights of the Afghan people, including women and minorities, after a suicide attack claimed by Islamic state militants killed 13 U. S service members and more than 100. People total last week the U. S military carried out a drone strike Friday in Afghanistan that killed two high profile Islamic state group targets. US also carried out a defensive airstrike in Kabul on Sunday. Targeting is suspected Isis K bomber, the Plano Police Department and the

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Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

Bullseye

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

"After their passenger boat sank Friday with more than 100 people on board. The driver of a cargo vessel that is suspected of colliding with the passenger boat has been arrested. An emergency service official says. Despite earlier reports of dozens missing, they found no. One after searching the area for 24 hours, the boat had no passenger list, which is common in the area. The accidents are common in Bangladesh because of unskilled workers and poor enforcement of safety rules. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to

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Caller Concerned About Amount of Resources Designated for Afghan Immigrants

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Caller Concerned About Amount of Resources Designated for Afghan Immigrants

"Me get this straight. Yes, ma'am. Am I correct to find out that these immigrants in Afghanistan's once we get them here in the United States? Do they get a big allotment of money? Okay? Well, it depends. I mean, if they become citizens, Yes, um If they are legal immigrants, to some extent. Certainly, yes. Yeah, anywhere from 5 to $10,000 to get them started. This is I don't know the amount crazy. Oh, wow. I have a feeling though, To be perfectly honest with you. I have a feeling of most of them could They would stay in their homes and stay in their country. But they're afraid for their lives. Getting 80 to 100 of Afghanistan's He in Baltimore. They've hired 60. Translators. Um, for them to come here. We're probably why do you need 60 Translator for 100 people? Exactly that I don't understand at all. And by the way, some of them are translators. Well, I don't know That's just something that I heard, you know, but I go

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113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

"100 people have died in over. 100 are missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India, Authorities have said over 130,000 people were rescued from nearly 900 affected villages across Maharashtra state's

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Search for Bodies Concludes at Florida Condo Collapse Site

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Search for Bodies Concludes at Florida Condo Collapse Site

"After a grueling month, search and recovery efforts have ended in Surfside, Florida. That's where a condo building collapsed, killing almost 100 people. The responders have now left, but one expert says a danger persists from member station W. Lrn. Veronica's are ago via reports in a video posted by the Miami Dade Fire Rescue. First responders returned to headquarters and received an applause and hugs from loved ones. Daniella Living cover the mayor of Miami Dade County, greeted them to each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart. You have shown the world what superheroes look like back in Surfside Structural engineer Alan Kill Shimmer is warning officials that a perimeter wall Right by the road, where the building once stood, could also crumble. The town hired him to investigate the buildings collapse. The county says it's

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King County Purchases Hotel to Curb Homelessness

KIRO Nights

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

King County Purchases Hotel to Curb Homelessness

"Once again, King County has purchased a motel to help end homelessness in the county. This is the third such purchase officials say about 100. People should be able to live in the former Holiday Inn on Aurora Avenue in north Seattle. Once all three hotels are in full operation, they should be able to accommodate nearly 300

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KOMO

"Out. Many people like Colt Winky Live and work near forests that are vulnerable to fires. Winky works for a company that builds homes, some near wooded areas. There's a lot of trees nearby, and with the temperatures being so high Obviously it presents a danger for, um a fire to start and then also carry into the buildings that are nearby. Experts say it only takes 10 hours for brush should dry out grasses dry in an hour. Compare that to larger logs, which take six weeks to lose All moisture, so to hear force are nearly parched is a big deal. Here's National Weather Service hydrologist Brent power the forest They're ready to ignite, and they're ready to carry a fire. If it happens, Bauer says, are familiar onshore flow is helping To temporarily lower fire danger this week in western Washington, but that by the weekend temperatures start climbing. And so will the threat for fires. I'm neurologist debut, Coney near the Andrews Fire burning southwest of Spokane level, three evacuations have been cancelled. Now The fire is 30% contained lines have also been cut around roughly 50% of the Batterman fire that's near East Wenatchee. Was still growing now up to more than 14,000 acres. Homo news time 6 18. We're learning more about an attack on police officers in Chicago this week, first responders scrambling after three undercover officers were shot over here, the shooter, police say, opening fire on an unmarked vehicle carrying two federal agents in the Chicago cop striking all three they were fired upon. While driving all in the same car trying to enter onto the on ramp. Was it a marked table? It was not a mark vehicle. It was it was an unmarked undercover vehicle. Thankfully, authorities say none of the injuries life threatening. This incident follows a violent holiday weekend in the Windy City police reporting over 100 people shot and at least 18 killed. This as an alarming increase in gun violence plays out in cities across the country are communities are under siege. Our police officers are under siege. They're outmanned and outgunned. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot did meet with President Biden yesterday when he was in town. Briefly. We're told the two discussed special federal teams that will be dispatched to cities across the country to help tackle Gun violence this summer. ABC News correspondent Alex Perez reporting community activists are calling on Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker to declare a state.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm Elizabeth Chelsea. Just Batten down the hatches and wait for it. That's what some Floridians are saying about Tropical Storm Elsa off the Florida Keys now and headed toward the Tampa area. ABC is Ginger Zee is on Florida's West Coast with more It will keep moving. North Naples Fort Myers, You will start to deteriorate later this afternoon. We're in a hurricane watch at this northern North Reddington Beach all the way up through Clearwater, Sarasota, Bradenton. All on the lookout for Tropical Storm Elsa, The worst of it will pass by late tonight early tomorrow, So that's the timing and then you see it make it up to the Florida Georgia State line. That's by tomorrow afternoon. The storm's outer bands making the search for victims in the condo collapse in Surfside even harder so far, 28 bodies have been pulled from the rubble, but over 100 people are still unaccounted for. The White House, warning the fight against Covid 19 isn't over. Yet. Doctors say the longer the virus sticks around. The more mutations can form. This is ABC News. Cybersecurity experts Now think about 1500. Small to medium sized businesses are caught up in what may be the single biggest ransomware attack ever. It's being linked to a Russian group, the hackers demanding a total of around $70 million to unlock everything. The Texas man is dead after shooting first at a TV news crew and then it cops. Dylan Collier, Um, with ABC affiliate K s, A. T. T. V, was talking to victims of a house fire in San Antonio. One day yelled a family member had guns and sure enough, he had two large handgun fired a couple of times, his photographer and the victims who were the shooters family all ran away. The suspect, then barricaded himself in another property a block away. San Antonio police chief William McManus said the man.

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Safety Concerns Prompt Second Florida Condo Building to Evacuate

Bloomberg Opinion

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Safety Concerns Prompt Second Florida Condo Building to Evacuate

"Florida residents are evacuated from a Miami beach condominium tower because of safety concerns. Crest View Towers condominium in North Miami Beach has been deemed structurally and electrically unsafe. City officials cite the Surfside condo collapse for triggering an immediate review of all high rise condos in the Miami area. The death toll from the collapse is 22 more than 100. People remain unaccounted for. The

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KGO 810

"I knew that the swimming pool was impacting the because it was it was. It wasn't draining properly. It was flooding that there was water that came from the pool, and the water, of course, would be chlorinated and that that was somehow getting into the Raj. I did not. It didn't even occur to me that it was sitting on top of the portion of the garage. You enter the garage underneath the building. But then it goes, You know, that has to have some space in and it goes underneath the pool. Holy cow. This is just what I heard yesterday. You know, we can all clarify this stuff. There's There's something and also one last thing to was that apparently them a friend of mine that lives down there told me that other buildings have suffered for smaller things, and one of the reasons apparently is is that area is almost at sea level, and it could be just see water finding its way underneath. That's that's kind of what I was thinking because we all know about, you know, global climate change. We know about sea level rise and you know, we've seen it here in the Bay Area where there have been reports that the water has gotten gone. Underneath the ground and then suddenly come up through sewer systems. And so you know, we've seen not sewer systems per se, but systems where there's water that makes its way to the bay, um, that it's gone the other direction, and it's caused some flooding saltwater flooding in some of these areas. That was a couple years ago that that was reported. And so I wondered about it because this is definitely at sea level. This is a stretch a beach. That's what it is. It's part of Miami Beach. Really, Um, and so it's right. Right on the beach. If you look at the pictures, it's you know, just you can. You can walk an easy walk to the beach. And so, uh, it seems to me that the incursion of the salt water has also had to have a corrosive effect. But if you've got the swimming pool that's leaking, and they saw the massive cracking the they saw. The concrete had broken away to the point where the Rebar is exposed. Where you see that kind of thing, And you've got a structural engineer who did this work who said three years ago this Needs to be fixed, and it wasn't so three years. More of this kind of corrosive action has taken place. It seems like that does explain it. But that doesn't explain why they haven't completely evacuated the other building. They need to do that they may need to demolish the other building because it may not be structurally sound. And who wants to risk it? It was 12 stories, by the way. Oh, thank you so much. Somebody did text me that I think it was Heather. Thank you, Heather. Um Okay, let's go. Uh, let's see. Yeah, I have time. Let's go to another phone call here. 80. 88 10 is the telephone number. Let's go to a George George is calling from Richmond. Hey, George. Welcome to K G. O. Well, thank you so much for taking my course you bet. And I would like to expand on what happened in Florida. This okay? What happened in Florida is construction experience in the first place. And that particular design is what they brought to San Francisco in the new culture of high rises in San Francisco, So what they've done is that they have eliminated Intersecting beings that also connect all the columns going up the building and they passed the floors through the columns. So there's no beam on which the floors are resting. And that's the design that used 12 Alright in San Francisco. Why, why do that Because it's fast. It's uh, is an experienced way of speeding up the building. Is it and is it cheaper to It's also cheaper, well, and okay if we do this in San Francisco if that's the way buildings had been constructed here in San Francisco, we're in, you know, Earthquake territory. Is it going to collapse like this when there's a big one? You could have major pancakes happening in those new towers in San Francisco. I'm a keen observer of those building. The flaws went up very rapidly because they've eliminated the interconnecting themes for structural, um, duplicity for structure in our the way redundancy in the building right, But there's no redundancy in the floors to support the floors in the case of an event. And so they're relying they over relied on material. Um, concrete. And then they put into the skill. The extension still still wires that they believe will compensate for pulling apart of the concrete. But there are vertical forces, and traditionally, the floor rests upon a being that connects the columns, right? No, that doesn't exist in the new buildings in San Francisco. What you have is the floor passing through the column. In that small space. There is not enough. Structural. Support right? So it's an overreliance on the concrete. You know this that is extremely frightening. And if that's the kind of thing that is being approved in terms of construction in San Francisco of all places of San Francisco, I mean, that is that's frightening. I mean, that is really horrible thing. Are we going to learn any lessons? From Surfside. Are we going to learn a new lessons from this building collapse? Because you know, when the building began to collapse, it just collapsed. It didn't give a whole lot of warning. I mean, there may have been warnings to people who are paying attention to the construction to the underside of the building. Just some of the cracking and the and the, uh, problems with the concrete that were taking place. But the residents didn't know it's not like Oh, you know, one floor seems to have Suddenly, you know, gone awry. And so everybody says, Well, we'd better get out and they take a week or two to evacuate the building so it can be assessed more thoroughly. It's not like that. I mean, once they started hearing the noise, the creaking the weirdness, all of a sudden flashes of light. All of a sudden that sucker went down. It went down fast. A lot of us have seen the video of it going down. It went down into separate sections, which are those towers. You're talking about that, um one of them fell and then the other one fell and a portion You know of the other building That was perpendicular that was sheared right off a portion of that building when the collapse happened, really astonishing. 80 88 10 years the telephone number 80808 10. Listen, let's let's take a break here and then we'll come back and we'll get with get more of your telephone calls. 80 88 10 and you know if any of you can explain how it is that there must be an explanation. That after six days of digging through the rubble, where you know there are over 100 people buried in that rubble where they have discovered so few of those people dead or alive. How? Why? Why? Why would that be? I can't fathom an explanation for that. 80 88 10 is the telephone number. This is K g o creditkarma money as a brand new checking account where you can win daily Instant karma. Purchase reimbursements on items up to $5000 over $3 million an instant karma has already been given away to over 50,000 credit.

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And spot fires hampering rescue crews at the condo building collapse and SURFSIDE, Florida. No new victims found since yesterday, Maggie Castro of Miami Dade fire rescue crews working underground with handheld equipment with handheld tools, and we have crews working above ground and sometimes picking up pieces of their breed by hand and also with the heavy machinery. Four deaths over 100 people unaccounted for in South Florida. Even more Americans want to get away and they are doing so. The T S a says it's screen more than 2.5 million passengers at airports nationwide yesterday, the highest since the start of the pandemic. You're listening to ABC News. Good afternoon. Here's a look at Chicago. Traffic on the interstates. Some interstates are affected by the high Standing water 53 minutes on the Kennedy inbound from Harlem to burn 34 from Montrose Express. Slade's inbound can save you just about 20 minutes out Bounds 14 to the evening's 44 to 0 Hare. Is an hour in about is closed from displaying to Harlem due to flooding Solid from 25th. One hour 15 from 3 92 displays outbound closed from Laramie to Harlem Stevenson amount of game in a crash in the left lane car hit the wall There. Delays from Harlem 42 from 3 55 to Lakeshore Drive 52 the other way. Dan Ryan inbound slow from 31st to the burn 21 from 95th downtown 80 94 eastbound solid from the tri state to Kennedy Avenue jackknifed, semi and load spilled Three right lanes are blocked 40 minutes from the mission for the Indiana toll road from the WLS am 8 90 Traffic Center. I'm Don clipping with the next update in 30 minutes. Text, Wendy and right now, 312591 89 100. And this is my attacks..

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Biden Approves Florida Emergency Declaration After Deadly Building Collapse

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Approves Florida Emergency Declaration After Deadly Building Collapse

"President Biden has approved an emergency declaration for the state of Florida and offered federal assistance to deal with the collapse of a building in Miami. Almost 100. People are still and accounted for one person has died. Will grant is at the scene. Emergency services are continuing to work through the night in the small seaside town where the building collapse took place. It is believed they are responding to some knocking and sounds still heard in the debris of the 12 story apartment block. The congresswoman for the area. Debbie Wasserman Schultz described the incident as a tragedy without President and everyone from the local mayor to President Biden has promised the full weight of their office in supporting the victims, Families. And establishing the cause of the

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Working a Job Is More Than Just Earning Income; It Teaches Skills and Life Lessons

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Working a Job Is More Than Just Earning Income; It Teaches Skills and Life Lessons

"Floor. I learned a lot about showing up on time. How to take instructions from people in a job environment, not be a smart ass all the time. When I first joined the NYPD, I was in the cadet program. It was an internship program. They were called cadets, police recruits or police officers. Cadets was a separate program. And I was a young, smart ass kid. I just was And I show up for the first day, and there's a young cadet who had already been in the programme who was handing out paperwork. And she missed me on one of the pieces of paper. You know what I did? Your story. I said, give her a little whistle. Oh, boy. That didn't go over well. Never forgot it still talking about it now. She was about 21. She turned around, said You. Are you whistling at me? And I looked, and I was like, Yeah, I need a piece of paper. Then the police officer was running. They said. Did you just whistle at her? Keep in mind. It's like 100 people in this room. They're like, um Stand up. They're like potential cadets. This potential could that here thinks it's funny whistling to people because he missed the people. Paper piece of paperwork is that appropriate? Horrifying. The embarrassing One of the best things

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3 Documentaries You Should Watch About the Tulsa Race Massacre

All Things Considered

02:06 min | 1 year ago

3 Documentaries You Should Watch About the Tulsa Race Massacre

"Marks the 1/100 anniversary of the beginning of the Tulsa Race massacre, one of this country's worst recorded incidents of racial violence. Starting on May 31st 1921 and armed white mob aided by complicity or complacent officials killed as many as 300 men, women and Children in the area known as Black Wall Street. Burning it to the ground. Numerous events are taking place this long weekend to mark the centennial, although disputes rose when particularly high profile event was canceled, reportedly in a disagreement over compensation for three elderly survivors who were supposed to take part. But other events are proceeding and there are lots of opportunities to learn more about this traumatic but consequential moment, including numerous TV projects. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans has picked three documentaries, which he says you should not miss. For a long time. The Tosa race massacre was the attack America forgot and obliterated Tulsa, Oklahoma's prosperous black own Greenwood district, also known as Black Wall Street. The riots by white moms was hushed up by local officials and overlooked in history books. But that is changing as several TV outlets mark the centennial with documentaries on the massacre and its aftermath. It's an effort educate Americans on a horrendous attack, which burned down over 1200 homes and killed between 103 100 people. Among the best and most cinematic of these efforts is the history Channel film Tulsa Burning the 1921 Race Massacre Co directed by Emmy winner Stanley Nelson and executive produced by MBA star Russell Westbrook. This film opens with Reverend Robert Turner, pastor of Historic Burn in a M E Church who regularly visits Tulsa City Hall with a Bible in a bullhorn, reminding residents of the atrocity You are standing in a crime scene referred Turner Pastors. The church where black people hit in a basement tow avoid white moms 100 years ago. He now supports efforts to excavate a local cemetery where victims of the massacre rumored to have been dumped in unmarked graves in passing the

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"over 100 people" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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At Least 100 Climbers, Staff Infected With COVID-19 on Mount Everest

Ric Edelman

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 100 Climbers, Staff Infected With COVID-19 on Mount Everest

"Enough of a challenge. Climbers and guides are getting Cove it. Ah climbing guide says At least 100 people tested positive for covert and base camp. Nepalese officials say there's no outbreak on the world. Largest highest peak. If you go to Ocean

Biden Administration Encourages 'All Sides to Stand Down' in Israel-Hamas Clash

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Encourages 'All Sides to Stand Down' in Israel-Hamas Clash

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Biden Administration Encourages 'All Sides to Stand Down' in Israel-Hamas Clash

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Encourages 'All Sides to Stand Down' in Israel-Hamas Clash

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Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

"And at least 50 people are confirmed dead in this weekend's bombing of a girl's school in the Afghan capital of Kabul. It Interior Ministry spokesman says the attack happened as students were leaving for the day more than 100 people were

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Vigils Scheduled for Indianapolis Shooting Victims

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Vigils Scheduled for Indianapolis Shooting Victims

"We know more about the victims have been identified by police. Their ages range from 19 to 74 after victims members of the local sick community, according to the sick coalition, a B C's will car in Indianapolis. Meanwhile, nearly 100 people were detained

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Nearly 100 people arrested in Daunte Wright protests

Green And Growing With Ashley Frasca

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 100 people arrested in Daunte Wright protests

"Protests and some riots in Chicago, New York City and Minnesota. Dozens of arrests after thousands of BLM demonstrators marched to protest the police shootings of Adam Toledo, who was 13 and Dante. Right, who was 20 both cases under

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"over 100 people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"over 100 people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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