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"The long way back around the block that sort of thing so Definitely important to take time. Or exercise, especially in the midst of this Covad pandemic. Most of us Little busy, and you know there's a lot things to do, but being able to clear head you almost need to seem self. This is time. Just take for myself to make this happen, because if you don't part of that time in your own, it's you know, it's just just not now. Let me see what we have. Millions have a question here about P r p and hair loss weight. Do you use therapy to treat hair loss? You know, So I'm going to say first off that I personally am not a dermatologist, Plastic surgeons. I don't treat alopecia or, you know, hair loss, but There are some studies looking at P. R P in general. And P R P has been used by other medical specialists for other purposes. So member P r P stands for platelet rich plasma here. It premiere we used at specifically for non surgical orthopedic conditions. But when it comes to other applications I have to be honest, I don't keep up with that. There are some studies suggesting that Pierre Pee can help with some hair regrowth. I I spoke with the dermatologist from Kaiser, and she was saying that some of the studies presented in a meeting last year. Looks like that certain types of P R P can help with some hair growth. It's not like you suddenly get a brand new head of hair like you were when your teenage years Another plastic surgeon I spoke to a few years ago said that the type of hair growth that comes in with P R P treatment is Linux go. And Ah, NIU Go is a type of hair that you see on newborn babies, right? They have that very fine, fine coat of wispy hair. And that's very different from adult here. But some studies show that that is a type of hair growth that happens after therapy. I mean, either way, um, I guess my point is Studies show that Yeah, therapy might help with some of that. I don't think it's a miracle fix, but that might be something to talk with your dermatologist. Or a plastic surgeon, someone who specializes in hair loss, but we don't want that personally. And I guess the answer is it's kind of a mixed bag. It looks like there might be some impact. On hair regrowth. It's just not something that I'd be ready to sign up for right away. Ah Pierre P remember is something that We don't understand entirely and we do know it's safer than using cortisone shots, but When you think about the platelets. They contain over 200 sided kinds, growth factors signaling proteins and I personally think what's gonna happen over the coming You know, 10 20 years is that the pharmaceutical industry is going to be able to isolate Those individual proteins to sort out which of those proteins stimulate. Blood vessel growth, which of these protein stimulate nerves to regenerate. Which proteins Cause inflammation in pain because you don't want those in there necessarily right? But the platelet itself. It's It's a mixed, You know, it's a mixture of all these different proteins. So When you do get that cut on your hand and you get bleeding. One of the things the platelets do is they stopped bleeding within about me..
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"No they will not bring in P. R. China won't bring him to heel whether this whole thing changes the president's worldview remains to be seen but I I got it I you know I think he's been sticking to his guns are now confronted with what he's being presented west by people that he trusts I believe in the form of of five G. at Berks I think that the president has has you know decided wow we really could lose more than a hundred thousand people in a month or two and I think that is responding to that I mean that's you know there is is a good deal of humanity involved in that in their bright I I I couldn't agree more I think that he has surrounded himself with some of the best and brightest and I I like to think that everyone is working for the common good I'd like to think that this is where we run into the problem is that right because we've lost so much confidence in our public institutions and government officials really because of our experience during the Obama administration whether corruption was so rampant and the news media corruption paralleled the the government corruption with the IRS being used against his political enemies than the FBI that that that and the CIA in the FISA courts in the department of justice and the news media is moving all over for the Democrats and in the end there are tens of millions of us or more that have really just a confidence in our public institutions and government has cratered in ways that I never could have imagined ten years ago and that's a huge problem when you've got an actual crisis let's just say this is an actual crisis and and we don't we can't trust our public institutions that's a that's a terrible thing a tragic thing and it leads to a very negative consequences and our press of course you know can't be believed at all I mean if you're conservative you're trump voter you know that the press it just has a vendetta against president trumpets are waging it every day and that's a real problem when you're taking it does how do you want straight information and you know you're not getting well we we talked about this in the last administration fat and you and I discussed this on the air today the the world if the United States can survive a bad ministration they cannot survive it for the state that decides to go in the tank for a party exactly plus their credibility that's exactly right I recall the conversation that's exactly it it's a critical node in the proper function of our Republic and the Democratic Party has effectively infiltrated coopted corrupted the fourth estate in the United States of America and that means that our Republic is not functioning properly and that's and that's a crisis all by itself is not by you in the gang a bud light when this thing is all over over at Millie's if you're up for it well we'll plan on that right will set a callback when we're all clear and we'll make that happen they have but like the bottle there so I'm good to go right right thank you buddy thanks yeah this is a you know if it is a layered dilemma because there is this virus I trust the president to have taken in the the date of the information two of absorbed it set the size it and come to his own conclusions and also you know I'm not a doctor Burke's basher I I've never had a better doctor Fauci basher but I'm watching this thing like everybody else what's that you eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five you're listening to the Chris WMAL traffic from the hit the carpet clean the traffic center I'm Lisa bait and watching the works on on the internet NARAL and before river rolled there on the right shoulder but periodically pull out into the right lane outer loop after Georgia Avenue disabled vehicle and a crash they were all of the right Virginia traffic it's busy on sixty six pulling all kinds of construction in the way in Manassas C. stand westbound at the prince William parkway and there on route one in Woodbridge at the prince William parkway north and southbound now.
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"P. R. conversation each night we begin the national conversation by answering the question what happened today well today president trump told fox news he hopes life can return to normal by Easter less than three weeks from now it's such an important day for other reasons but I'll make an important day for this too I would love to have the country opened up and they're just raring to go by Easter at the White House coronavirus task force briefing Dr Anthony Fauci tried to lower expectations that's really very flexible we we just had a conversation with the president in the oval office talking about you know you can look at the date that you got to be very flexible on on the on it literally day by day week by week basis the epicenter in the U. S. remains in New York City more than one hundred thirty people there have died from the virus the White House urged anyone who has been to the city recently to self isolate for fourteen days New York governor Andrew Cuomo warned it will get worse the rate of infections going up it is spiking the apex is higher than we thought in the apex's sooner than we thought that is a bad combination of fact Ohio's governor Mike DeWine told us he has similar concerns were shortage particularly snow that personal protection gear for first responders that's a big concern on Capitol Hill Congress seems closer to a compromise on a bill that would send cash directly to vulnerable Americans and businesses markets love that and jumped more than two thousand points and internationally India joined other countries in lockdown koto not very strict mom might be better that's prime minister Narendra Modi's ordering India's one point three billion people to stay home for three weeks now let's get to your questions are first expert today is NPR's congressional editor Deirdre wall she's been following the debate over leaf measures on Capitol Hill hi Deidre hi ari all right there's a bit of a delay on your line but I want to get to one of the first questions that it will help us unpack where things are in Congress this comes to us from Pamela in Georgia who wants to know who would actually get the money from the spell which one would be entitled to the diagram that that the government I think came down today general trillion dollars direct cash payments there should have been and then another four trillion making money available at large so the question is to whom do those two trillion dollars in direct Kapsch payments go dear to this seems to be one of the sticking point of who exactly will get the money yeah it sure is they are still writing the bill and working out exactly who gets the money and who will oversee how that money gets spent by the federal government we do know that they are still planning to include a big chunk of that bill on these direct cash payments and they would be scaled according to income there's also gonna be eight in there for small businesses larger companies state and local governments and hospitals and as a listener said on top of that they're talking about leveraging another four trillion dollars in lending authority to free up cash to help businesses of all sizes but this deal has been going on all day the negotiations have been going on all day since around nine thirty this morning top congressional leaders have been saying they are so close to a deal many of our of them have been using football analogies we heard house speaker Nancy Pelosi saying they were in the red zone let's take a listen to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has been the main Democrat negotiating this package with the trump administration last night I thought we were on the five yard line right now we're on the two as I also said last night at this point of the few outstanding issues I don't see any that can't be overcome within.
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"P. R. hopefully we're having you dance in the kitchen as you get your coffee this morning at so stay with us and let us know how you're doing and underscored for him B. E. C. C. R. W. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying he's co governors are shuttering some of those places where a lot of people tend to gather and therefore pose a serious threat to others if they're infected with a corona virus restaurants bars gyms in movie theaters will be closing their doors temporarily as of tonight in New York New Jersey Connecticut the closures take effect eight o'clock this evening in Maryland where new cases are still emerging the deadline is five PM governor Larry Hogan is telling Marylanders to brace for what's to come this is going to be much harder take much longer and be much worse than almost anyone is currently understanding and unfortunately far too many people have continued to ignore those warnings that are crowding into bars and restaurants willingly putting the health and safety of others in grave danger the tone of the warnings from several states led by democratic and Republican governors stand in contrast to that of president trump yesterday he said the US has quote tremendous control over the outbreak the U. S. supreme court's doing its part to protect the justices and staff from this dangerous and widely disruptive virus and peers Nina Totenberg reports what's at stake in the court's decision to delay the March session of oral arguments the court said that in compliance with all the guidance they're getting from everybody they have postponed the oral arguments scheduled for the last two weeks of March now there are huge cases that were to be argued then including whether the president can be subpoenaed for information involving his financial records it's actually not a subpoena to him it's two accountants and banks and a similar subpoena from a grand jury in New York NPR's Nina Totenberg reporting the Peace Corps is suspending its operations around the world NPR's Jackie Northam tells us the humanitarian group is also evacuating all of its volunteers Peace Corps director Jody Olson said the spread of the corona virus and the difficulty of international travel prompted the decision to suspend operations globally Olson said the organization wanted to safeguard its volunteers and prevent a situation where they were unable to leave the countries where they're stationed the Peace Corps had already evacuated its volunteers in China and Mongolia Olson added that the federal agency was not closing and looks forward to returning to normal operations once the crisis is over NPR's Jackie Northam reporting the U. S. census bureau is delaying sending out census workers to count college students in off campus housing as well as the houses of worship in grocery stores while the corona virus remains a threat the head count started last week it is scheduled to end in July but that could be changed in light of outbreak related delays the Dow is now down more.
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"Beats valley by eleven sixty five to fifty four P. R. Pradeep surpasses the century mark maybe Beth haven one oh three to seventy western gets by more seventy seven to seventy four Bardstown wins by this well the same seventy seven though they beat north Hardin seventy seven to seventy five two games on tap tonight here locally eastern of Indiana is that P. R. P. and Frederick phrases at Saint Francis today odd with just three home games left in the season tenth ranked Kentucky will be in search of their sixth straight win as they welcome Florida though they're going to do it banged up there with out or could be without Ashton Hagans and Nick Richards both players well gave suffering injuries at Ellis you in the last game out coach John Calipari out updating folks on the status neither he nor Nick practice yesterday and then just that's what I wanted I want to say I will sit there their day to day both of our coverage will start at eleven thirty here on newsradio eight forty W. H. S. fall by Tom leach and Mike Pratt it's call of the game and of course Matt Jones wants you to stick around afterwards and talk to him about it on the Kentucky Anna Toyota dealers U. K. post game show the local cardinals will play their penultimate home game this season as they host struggling North Carolina inside the KFC yum center Carolina tar heels are coming in having lost six straight we don't tell local head coach Chris Mack that unit is gonna try to learn from it you know when you're in that situation try to survive it you know we had a six game losing streak when I was a savior we could win and you know our guys are playing well at times and and doing doing what we ask of them but we just couldn't get over the hump and then you know we finally did it was a watershed moment for us and we end up going to lead the lead a game won one game away from the final four so you know you just have to keep pressing for this of course will be the cards final tune up before they head to Tallahassee Monday night to face Florida state Paul Rogers and Bob Albano will be court side starting at two thirty on seven ninety W. Garrity and finally the Bellman and we'll try to make it three in a row at merry well later today it is their final regular season road game of the year when we come back it's a significant anniversary today in sports plus action on the diamond last night a little stuff star Reid Detmers took the bump is cards open their series of Valparaiso will run that down and madness in the Ohio valley conference when it comes to basketball but first let's get a check of your money it is the Bloomberg money minute this is a Bloomberg if you made less than sixty nine thousand dollars last year you can file your twenty nineteen federal taxes for free it's part of an internal revenue service program that has gone largely unnoticed more than one hundred million taxpayers were eligible for the program last year but only two and a half million took advantage of it thirty five million used commercial products a watchdog found part of the problem was the IRS partnered with companies that would be hurt if people use the program H. and R. block into it has to steer people away from the free options until they are paid commercial products Bloomberg reporter Alison first Brill says five companies that took part in the program used holding so they're free pages wouldn't show up in internet searches and there was little IRS oversight that's changing this year in response to the watchdog's recommendation that the IRS actually develop a comprehensive outreach and advertising plans that the IRS do regular reviews of the participating companies free file websites Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg radio or degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what.
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"O'clock from the center for investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is revealed about let's learn that I review and that I will they buried the government the woman has been searching for her granddaughter for years since the US separated her and her brother from the family at the border for this family around this was a family separation for them these children were disappeared reveals out of a god found that teenage girl who had no idea her family was still in the US looking for and I tell her I know your family have been in touch with them and her expression just completely lights up but a family reunion is far from certain today on the field six years separated but first this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm or rom the US is sending a chartered plane to Japan today to pick up hundreds of Americans aboard a cruise ship docked to Yokohama they've been under quarantine since February fourth because of the corona virus France is reporting the first death of the virus outside of Asia an eighty year old tourist the health minister says he was from the same province in China that has been the hardest hit by the virus an international security conference is underway in Munich Germany secretary of state Mike Pompeii is defending the trump administration's relationship with European allies but as NPR's Robert Schmitz reports French president Emmanuel macron is projecting a vision of Europe independent of US influence in an hour long session at the Munich security conference president home told other European leaders they cannot always go to the United States when thinking of military solutions to global problems the French leader said he's convinced Europe needs a much stronger defense but he was careful not to exclude NATO in his comments calling it one of the continent's security pillars his comments echo those of other European leaders at the conference who said Europe must find its own footing at a time when the U. S. has turned its back on international commitments NPR's rob shipments Nevada held its first day of early voting yesterday for the democratic presidential nomination approximately twelve thousand people have voted early breeze ender from member station K. you in our reports here this voting site in Carson city Patrick Duffy was planning on selecting Bernie Sanders first top choice but won't lines just long ridiculous saw come back later and check it out for sure we've got a few more days right at the time it was around an hour long wait this is the first time any state he's used early voting as a part of its caucuses it's a ring to vote ballot which goes down the list of their first candidate isn't viable divided Democrats say it's meant to make the caucuses more accessible and less time consuming caucus day itself is next Saturday for in P. our news I'm breeze under in Carson city officials in Mississippi are monitoring the Pearl River near the capital Jackson as it continues to rise they warn it could overflow it's banks this weekend parts of Jackson and nearby areas are under evacuation orders Gregory Michael is executive director of the state emergency management agency he said it's important that residents heed the warnings are.
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"Tough on crime era they update to eighty five percent along with three strikes P. R. on visual offenders mandatory minimums anything else that would keep specifically African Americans and minorities locked in these prisons in great numbers she says in the current system once a person has earned rehabilitation credits to reduce their time served to eighty five percent of their sentence there's little incentive to continue good behavior several bills related to criminal justice reform are working their way through the legislative process for public news service I'm Tremella groans US military officials say two American soldiers were killed and six wounded in a so called insider attack in eastern Afghanistan US officials say an Afghan dressed in an Afghan army uniform opened fire late Saturday in eastern Afghanistan's Nangarhar province Afghan officials said one Afghan soldier was also killed and the gunman died in the assault there have been numerous attacks by Afghan national army soldiers on their allied partners over the eighteen years of America's protracted war in Afghanistan six US service members have been killed in Afghanistan this year last year twenty two US service personnel died from hot style action in the country Turkey said it retaliated today after intense shelling by Syrian forces killed five of its soldiers and wounded five others in Syria's northern it lead province it's a marked escalation a week after a similar deadly clash between the two sides the exchange of fire came as a Russian delegation held a second round of talks in the Turkish capital to discuss the fighting in it live province which has uprooted more than a half million people in the past two months no statement was issued at the end of those talks the flooding led to the collapse of a fragile ceasefire brokered by Turkey and Russia and twenty eighteen Turkey supports the Syrian rebels Russia heavily backs the Syrian government's campaign to retake the area which is the last rebel stronghold in Syria a United Nations official said the number of people displaced by the violence since December first has reached nearly seven hundred thousand that it could be the largest number of people displaced in a single period since the Syrian crisis began almost nine years ago Serra Walton a feature story news has more we need clashes between Russian backed Syrian forces and rebels in the north west of Syria have forced more civilians to leave their homes according to the U. N. the organization estimates seven hundred thousand people have been displaced since early December they join another four hundred thousand people who had already taken shelter near the border with Turkey following early offensives the you in office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs says the situation on the ground is becoming increasingly diet last month the U. N. security council adopted a resolution that drastically cuts delivery of cross border aid to the region in order to avoid a Russian veto the would've ended aid supplies all together I'm Sarah Holt and in New York the Pentagon said today that the number of US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries has shot up to more than a hundred as more troops suffer the after effects of the Iranian ballistic missile attack early last month in Iraq the department said the latest totals one hundred nine military members have been treated for mild TBI a significant increase over the sixty four reported a little over a week ago the number of injuries has been steadily increasing since the Pentagon began releasing data on the injuries about a week after the January eighth attack at all a son air base in Iraq Pentagon officials of warmth of the number of winning continue to change Hartman said seventy six of the soldiers to return to duty twenty six are in Germany or the United States for treatment another seven are on their way from Iraq to Germany for evaluation and treatment defense secretary mark esper told Pentagon reporters more than a week ago that that apartment was studying ways to prevent brain injuries on the battlefield and to improve diagnosis and treatment army general mark Miley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said it's possible in some cases that symptoms of traumatic brain injury from the Iranian missile attack won't become apparent for a year or two he said the armies in the early stages of diagnosis and therapy for the troops a political earthquake in Ireland after the left wing nationalist shin Fane party took the largest share of votes in Ireland's parliament known as the Doyle shin Fane took twenty four point five percent of the votes the two centrist parties Fianna foil and then a gale took twenty two and nearly twenty one percent respectively now there will be a round of hard bargaining to form a coalition government shin feigns leftist proposals for tackling Ireland's housing crisis in creaking healthcare system proved a powerful draw especially for young voters in a country that still dealing with aftershocks of the two thousand eight global financial crisis shin feigns triumph could have implications for Ireland and the UK the party has long advocated uniting Ireland with British ruled Northern Ireland the issue was on the back burner during the election but the party is calling for a referendum on reunification within five years shin Fane leader Maryland like Donald told the BBC Irish and British leaders should get ready for a referendum referred to as a border poll on the issue you have to brag says you have changing demographics you have the facts that the unionist majority has been lost in the north over the last number of election so taxes the direction of travel and you know anybody who is in touch with the the dynamic of politics on this island now owns the house and it's it's very irresponsible you know of politicians of any stripe to bury their heads in the sand on that score I I was saying to the outgoing Tatian can government you need to start the preparations at whoever now makes up the next government those preparations need to start and could I also say that those on the island of Britain and in London in particular need to start preparing because constitute yes constitutional changes coming shin Fane leader Mary Lou my Donald suggested her party could try to form a government with the support of independents and smaller parties such as the social Democrats and labor in London prime minister Boris Johnson spokesman said the U. K. was following the results of the Irish election carefully he insisted the close relationship between the U. K. and Ireland will continue regardless of the election results you're listening to the evening news on KPFA Berkeley KPFK Los Angeles can't see the friends now online at KPFA dot org Hey everyone this is Brian Edwards ticker and I'm can't Brooks weekday mornings we host up front two hours of conversation about what's in the news and what should be politics technology prisons police what's happening at city hall and at the state house in Washington and in the streets that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front federal prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence president Donald trump's confidante Roger stone to serve between seven and nine years in prison after his conviction on witness tampering and obstruction charges stone who is scheduled to be sentenced next week was convicted in November of a seven count indictment accused him of lying to Congress tampering with a witness and obstructing the house investigation into whether the trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the two thousand sixteen presidential election he was the sixth trump aid or adviser to be convicted of charges brought this part of special counsel Robert Muller is Russia investigation prosecutors said in their sentencing mom memorandum today that stone decided to double and triple down on his criminal conduct by tampering with a witness for months in order to make sure his obstruction would be successful stone has denied wrongdoing and consistently criticize the case against him as politically motivated he did not take the stand during the trial and his lawyers did not call any witnesses in his defense Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham says the justice department has established a way to review information gathered in Ukraine by trump personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who has targeted Democrat Joe Biden and his son Graham is a close ally of trump he said Attorney General William Barr told him during a conversation yesterday that the department has created a process that Rudy Giuliani could give information and they would see if it's verified Graham said Rudy Giuliani is a well known man he's a crime fighter he's loyal to the president he's a good lawyer Giuliani is also under scrutiny by federal authorities that means the justice department would be putting itself in the awkward position of appearing to work with someone it is actively investigating together potentially damaging information against one of the president's political rivals eager to put on a show of force in a general election battleground state president Donald Trump tried to rattle Democrats tonight with a rally in New Hampshire on the eve of the state's first in the nation primaries trump on a high after his acquittal last week on impeachment charges boasted about the nation's strong economy toward it was possible general election fuzz and launched an assault on the Democrats who tried to remove him from office calling the episode I a episode a pathetic partisan crusade last month president trump was halfway through his speech at a rally in Milwaukee when one of his hand gestures caught the eyes of supporters who thought they saw trump traced the shape of the letter Q. with his fingers a covert signal to followers of Q. when none a right wing pro trump conspiracy theory can one on is centered on the baseless belief that trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the so called deep state and a child sex trafficking ring run by satanic pedal files and cannibals what started as an online obsession for the far right fringe has grown beyond its origins in a dark corner of the internet Q. and non is been creeping into the mainstream political arena for more than a year the trend shows no sign of abating as trump fires up his reelection campaign operation tracking a loyal audience of conspiracy theorists and other fringe groups to was raucous rallies trump has re tweeted queue and non promoting account's followers flocked to trump's rallies wearing clothes and hats with Q. and on symbols and slogans and according to the liberal watchdog media matters for America at least twenty three current or former congressional candidates in the two thousand twenty election cycle have endorsed or promoted Q. went on conspiracy theorists are the only French characters drawn to the trump rallies for example the oath keepers an anti government group formed in two thousand nine after president Barack Obama selection has been sending security volunteers to escort trump supporters at rallies across the country university of California Davis history professor Catherine Olmstead author of up at the book on conspiracies says it's unclear whether Q. went on as the tractive more believers than other conspiracy there is that of intersected with US politics but she says what's different now is that there are people in power who are spreading the conspiracy theory having but for that trumps queue and non supporters think some Democrats like Hillary Clinton and president Obama will be rounded up and sent to Guantanamo bay during an event that the queue when on calls the storm when no one is suggesting that the bulk of trump supporters as a cult former congressman Joe Walsh who until last Friday mounted a Republican primary challenge to trump has concluded that his party is now a call in the grip of the president he's accused Republican lawmakers of giving in to trump's cultish leadership Steve Hansen is a expert on colts he is also a former cult member a.
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"From the center for investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is a review of our it was supposed to be the work of a famous artist the totality of it was pretty good well I would say quite good but something was off didn't have any soul they have no life dozens of pain all with the same problem they said yes I think they are fake where did this come from he's an extremely private person he does not gonna reveal his name a collector with no name the dealer with no background so why what art galleries buying and selling these paintings from millions of dollars how common is that should be buying art with a story like that it is uncommon today on revealed we go inside one of the biggest sports games in modern US history but first this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer president trump's legal team is wrapped up its opening arguments at his impeachment trial maintaining presidents could not be removed from office or what Republicans describe as vague allegations of misconduct that position laid out by lower Jay Sekulow we deal with transcript of idents we deal with publicly available information we do not deal with speculation allegations that are not based on evidence free standards at all tomorrow lawmakers begin a sixteen hour stretch over two days during which senators can ask questions of each side in the case expected about on whether to hear witnesses could come as soon as Friday from former national security adviser John Bolton in a forthcoming manuscript reportedly says trump stated his intention withhold military aid to Ukraine or to extract a favor the announcement of investigation into Joe Biden Turkey's foreign minister is rejecting president trump's Mideast peace plan as quote still born NPR's Peter Kenyon reports or Ron is also dismissing the plan a statement from Turkey's foreign ministry was issued shortly after the plan was unveiled calling it quote in annexation plan that would spell the end of a two state solution and allow Israel to quote you Sir Palestinian lands the statement goes on to say the Palestinian people and their lands cannot be bought with money adding the Jerusalem is Turkey's redline transplant a scribe Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel Palestinians hope to see part of the city as the capital of a future Palestinian state in a run an adviser to president Hassan Rouhani tweeted that this deal between in his words the Zionist regime in America ignores the Palestinians and quote is not a peace plan but a plan of imposition and sanctions Peter Kenyon NPR news estable apple's quarterly sales and profit numbers hit record levels thanks to strong demand for iPhones and Peter Shannon bond reports the tech giant also says the corona virus outbreak in China is creating uncertainty in an important market apple sold a lot of iPhones during the holiday shopping season about fifty six billion dollars worth that helped its overall sales surged almost ninety two billion dollars a quarterly record for apple profits also had a record twenty two billion dollars apple is a financial supporter of NPR CEO Tim cook warned that the company is starting to feel some impact from the corona virus outbreak we have limited travel business critical situation as of last week apple has closed one of its stores in China and reduced opening hours at others cook says the company has alternatives for suppliers in Wuhan where the outbreak started Shannon bond NPR news San Francisco on wallstreet stocks recovered some of their lost ground of from fear over the corona virus spread the Dow today was up a hundred eighty seven points twenty eight thousand seven twenty two the nasdaq rose a hundred thirty points this is NPR and this is W. when my I see in New York on Shawn Carlson local congressman or calling on the federal government to help the museum of Chinese in America after a devastating fire there last week representatives immediate last gaz and jailed that'll wrote to the national endowment for the humanities today asking for any emergency grants that might be available speaking on NPR today the museum's president Nancy ya mas box at its collection is invaluable when we think about US history and we think about especially these days what's included what's taught in classrooms and more importantly what is not taught I think that's really where you see the true value of a collection like ours Mossberg says after initially fearing the entire eighty five thousand item collection was lost it does appear some of it may be salvageable the bombing of justice is seeking court approval to stop five companies from facilitating millions of phony robo calls including a carrier based on Long Island W. mice usually the batsuit reports one of the individuals named in the complaint is operating from a residential address in great neck officials say he's likely running a bare bones operation but it's facilitated many fraudulent calls into the US most originating from India calls like this we do social security number because US attorney Richard Donoghue says it's the first time the DOJ has asked the court to shut down the telecom business by targeting the infrastructure of these predatory scheme we expect that millions of the rebel calls will be stopped new Yorkers receive around ten million robo calls every day we'll see temperatures feeling like it's in the twenties tonight tomorrow Wednesday it'll be sunny I near forty two Winchell's tomorrow between twenty and thirty this is W. NYC at eight OO six support for NPR comes from K. Bucks bound in support of the David Gilkey and cellular Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments from the center for investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is revealed I'm Alex John Howard lives in an impressive home a Manhattan brownstone four stories high covered in green vines I literally I walked into this house and I walked over here and I said okay I'll I'll do I'll bite I'd even go upstairs it's not the house with you to see so much is what's in Johnson are collected in notice are trying to win you have art in all difference in this house pretty much John's talking to reporter just celebrated town she's here see one painting in particular one that hasn't hung in John's house for years all wrapped around.
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"Investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is revealed our it was supposed to be the work of a famous artist the totality of it was pretty good well I would say quite good something it didn't have any soul they have no life dozens of paying all with the same problem they said yes I think they are fake where did this come from he's an extremely private person heat is not gonna reveal his name a collector with no name a dealer with no background so why art galleries buying and selling these paintings for millions of dollars how common is that should be buying a heart with a story like that it is uncommon today on revealed we go inside one of the biggest parts games in modern US history but first this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm trial Snyder incident trump's attorneys begin their defense of the president today in the Senate impeachment trial in P. R.'s Brian Naylor reports the house impeachment managers wrapped up their case for removing trump from office last night for three days house Democrats argued that the president abuse the power of his office by withholding aid from Ukraine and pressuring Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his sons activities their lead has manager Adam Schiff told senators it could happen to them do you think for a moment that any of you no matter what your relationship with this present no matter how close you are this president do you think for a moment that he felt it was in his interest he wouldn't ask you to be investigated now the president's lawyers will have twenty four hours over several days to argue trump should be acquitted and say they're eager to begin their defense Brian Naylor NPR news Washington amid the president's ongoing Senate impeachment trial secretary of state Mike Pompeii owes announced plans to visit Ukraine the country at the center of the political drama he'll also visit three other former Soviet states Belarus Kazakhstan and news Pakistan special Kelemen reports the state department says Pompeii will be needing Ukraine's president on January thirty S. to highlight U. S. support for the country's sovereignty and territorial integrity in an interview with NPR he wouldn't comment on anything related to the impeachment trial proud of the work we've done this administration delivered the capability for the crane this defend themselves president Obama showed up with Emory's we showed up with javelin missiles as secretary wouldn't say if he thinks he owes the former ambassador to Ukraine an apology Maria von of its testified that she was the victim of a disinformation campaign led by trump's private lawyer she was ousted last year Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department's former associates of Rudy guiliani left partners has turned over to house investigators a video recording in which part of speaks with president trump about firing ambassador get him out of it participe Ernie says the recording dates from April twenty eighteen the tape's existence first reported by ABC news partners was indicted last year for alleged campaign finance crimes China confirms the death of a doctor who passed away from the new corona virus the first fatality among health workers in pairs Amy Chang reports on the firewall outbreak unfolding in China a sixty two year old doctor from who we province passed away as a result of the corona virus the first day of the lunar new year he was transferred to a hospital in behind the epicenter of the outbreak seven days before his death health workers like him are among the most of risk of being infected by the disease officials in China say the doctor is among more than forty people who have died in Hong Kong city leader Carrie lam declared emergency today announcing that train some flights from the city of Wuhan will be blocked this is NPR news in Iraq today security forces have moved to end the anti government protests in Baghdad they use tear gas today to clear areas occupied by protestors and activists in the southern city of Basra say they set fire to ten see anti government protesters have been using the rates began after the powerful Shiite cleric Muqtada al sadr withdrew his support as militia group have been shielding the protesters the death toll from a strong earthquake that hit eastern contain eastern Turkey is climbing officials now say more than twenty people have been killed but the war the toll may rise as rescue workers search the rubble of collapsed buildings for those who remain missing the quake had a magnitude of at least six point seven and there have been scores of aftershocks Mississippi is grappling with the prison crisis that has seen at least ten in many deaths in less than a month and peers Debbie Elliot reports that hundreds of people turned out at the state capitol in Jackson for a rally demanding change protesters are demanding the state close parchment state penitentiary where three inmates died this week two were beaten.
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"Fifteen P. R. envy still cannot process certain license and ID transactions right now because of a federal system issue there Paula dressing for the inconvenience congresswoman Ileana Presley will be seeking a second term in Congress in November she made the official announcement this morning the US Supreme Court will not take up an appeal brought by Michelle Carter the young woman who encouraged her boyfriend through text messages and phone calls to commit suicide in twenty seventeen wikileaks founder Julian a song just back in a British court as he tries to fight extradition to the U. S. up in Salem New Hampshire police have shut down in section of south Broadway between main and central street because of a natural gas line leak officials say the league was most likely caused by road construction in the area the gas line has been shut off service is expected to be restored later today but for now again police have shut down a section of south Broadway between may and central street in Salem New Hampshire because of a natural gas line leak sentencing is beginning today in Boston for employees of a pharmaceutical company who are found guilty back in may of twenty nineteen of a racketeering conspiracy John to pour fonder of insists therapeutics along with six others will face sentencing over the next two weeks for their role in a bribery scheme insist paying millions of dollars in bribes to doctors to prescribe a highly addictive frontal based drug which was primarily used to ease pain for cancer patients Ince's then lied to insurance companies to insure the pain killer was covered US attorney for Massachusetts and leveling will be asking for a fifteen year sentence for poor who was the head of the overall scheme according to court documents reporter faces a judge January twenty third other defendants will be facing a five to eleven year prison term Charlie Bergeron WBZ Boston's newsradio new scrutiny for the trump administration on that strike that recently killed top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani a new ABC news if those poll shows a majority of Americans are not happy at all with president trump handling of the situation it with Iran fifty two percent say they feel less safe following the strike ABC's Karen Travers is at the White House and says they details as to why the U. S. how to act so quickly are yet to be revealed the trump administration is facing new questions about the intelligence at hand to justify that strike that killed Iran's top military commander Qassem Soleimani in an interview last Friday the president said he believes all the money was planning an attack on for American embassies secretary of defense mark aspirin CBS's face the nation said he didn't see evidence to back of that statement he didn't cite a specific piece of evidence what he says he probably he believes are you saying that it wasn't one I didn't see one with regard to four embassies what I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was that when you go after our embassies Karen Travers ABC news the White House house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to send articles of impeachment to the Senate this week for trial ABC near senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says president trump has send mixed messages about what he expects from Senate Republicans he initially said that he wanted to call on more witnesses including suggesting at one point Nancy Pelosi might be one of them then there was this other tweet where he suggested that the Republicans might want to dismiss the trial out right basically saying that it gave partisan Democrats credibility on this case but it doesn't otherwise have it doesn't appear that the Republicans have the support for outright dismissal and we could be looking at a trial starting a matter of days house Democrats are scheduled to huddle this afternoon to further discuss the timing of the move with a focus on Washington and the impeachment process work as quietly continued on one of president trump's key campaign promises namely the construction of a barrier along the US Mexico border this is Jim Ryan on Friday a federal judge lifted a restraining order.
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"For investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is reveal some outlets over the past few months Americans have watch history unfold during the impeachment proceedings president trump today we look at another historic time nineteen seventy one okay nothing else of interest in the world and another president Richard Nixon in this call general Alexander Haig this briefing him on a big story that's about to break there are very significant New York times experts say the most highly classified documents of the war I see Robert Rosenthal just started his career at the New York times and he was told you're gonna be working on a really incredible story that is top secret today on the Pentagon papers the down fall of an American president first this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer Arron has struck back at the U. S. for the killing of a top a Ronnie in general the US defense department says Ron launch more than a dozen ballistic missiles against US military targets in western and northern Iraq and guards Frankel were done is reports president trump is being briefed by his national security team the Pentagon says it's clear the missiles were launched from Iran in targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting US and coalition forces the Iranian revolutionary guard issued a statement that the quote fierce revenge has begun White House press secretary Stephanie Gresham said president trump has been briefed and is closely monitoring the situation president trump said earlier that the United States is prepared to retaliate if Iran strikes back but he downplayed remarks he made earlier this week about potentially targeting cultural sites Franco or Dona as NPR news Washington US officials meanwhile have defended the drone attack last week that killed Ronnie in general Qassem Soleimani president trump and other top officials saying intelligent shoulder Ronnie an attack against US targets was being planned in the U. S. needed to take the action that it did US special representative for Ron and senior policy adviser to secretary of state Mike Pompeii Brian hook speaking to NPR today said he and other top administration officials saw the intelligence please know that everybody in the president's national security cabinet saw the intelligence and there was agreement among all of his advisers that the risks of not doing anything far exceeded the risks of taking out custom so the money troubles claim this decision saved American lives defense secretary mark asper his claim threats against Americans were days away from being carried out over trumpet his top advisors are under pressure disclose more details about the intelligence that led to that U. S. drone strike the nation's trade deficit narrowed in November to just over forty three billion dollars NPR Scott Horsley reports US exports increase slightly while imports fell November's trade gap was the smallest in more than three years and marks the fourth decline the trade deficit in as many months since September imports declined by an average of three point seven billion dollars each month while exports of remained essentially flat the trade deficit with China shrank more than two billion dollars in November of as exports rose and imports fell terrorists of contributors sharp drop in overall imports including a billion dollar decline in consumer items the trump administration suspended a new round of terrace on Chinese imports that was to take effect in mid December tears are still in place though on a wide variety of Chinese goods as the two countries prepared to sign a phase one trade agreement Scott Horsley NPR news Washington on Wall Street financial markets jittery over the heightened Mideast tensions the Dow dropped a hundred nineteen points today the nasdaq was down two points yes and P. fell nine points you're listening to NPR this is W. NYC in New York I'm David first legalizing marijuana trimming Medicaid improving mass transit and education without breaking the bank WNYC is Fred mogul says these topics will dominate the political agenda that governor Cuomo lays out in his state of the state address tomorrow looming over twenty twenty are two things a six billion dollar budget deficit and the upcoming elections both are expected to make this six month legislative session a modest one the one exception could be legalizing marijuana for adults which came close to passing last year and has Cuomo's tentative support otherwise Democrats want to deepen their recent majority in the Senate by winning over more middle of the road voters in traditionally Republican areas so many say it's important this year to curb spending and close the budget deficit without raising taxes the city of New York says lead levels in its drinking water are steadily decreasing according to officials the latest tests in December showed lead levels in on filtered water have fallen seventy four percent since last February but advocates say levels are still too high Eric Olson is with the natural resources defense council lead levels that are being reported on the state's website in Newark are more than double the EPA action levels so it's really too early to declare victory Olson says new work also needs to ensure that residents who received a free city distributed water filters are using them properly the I and R. 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R. produce programming that meets the highest standards of public service in journalism and cultural expression I'm from the listeners who support this NPR station from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Elsa Chang late last night as a car picked him up at the Baghdad airport Qassem Soleimani was killed by an American drone strike the Iranian general US officials say is responsible for hundreds of American deaths in Iraq and leading Ron's proxy wars in the Middle East lawmakers of both parties condemned the man here's democratic senator Chuck Schumer of New York no one should shed a tear over his death but there is less agreement about the strike itself we're gonna hear reaction from lawmakers in both parties elsewhere in the program we talked to a Democrat but now we turn to Republican senator Jim Risch of Idaho he's the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee welcome thank you for having me so what was your first reaction when you heard the news well like I do I'm also not only on the foreign relations with my number two on the intelligence committee and this man's career is notorious among the people who follow these things he was arguably worse than Osama bin laden particularly as far as the number of people that he is responsible for having killed he is the man that's responsible for the I. D. D. program that killed and maimed so many of our our service men and women that served in Iraq he is just been a real cancer on the earth for many many years so while I don't agree with Chuck Schumer a lot of the time but when he says we should chat here over there so I'm all in that this was a bad man that said president trump says that the strike was in response not to what he has already done but to what he believes this commander would have done that the strike right up did an imminent attack that would put American lives at risk senator Bob Menendez the top Democrat on the foreign relations committee said this morning that he still had not been briefed on the intelligence behind the strike have you been briefed I have and I I can tell you that the intelligence on this matter was very a clear concise this man was involved in our planning additional attacks he was involved in arranging for additional attacks it is not the titles and devotional imminent attacks that could have resulted in very substantial loss in American life can you imagine if we were doing this interview after the fact the president had not acted after getting this information and then Americans lost their lives it would be done and the Democrats will be singing a different tune many people said many are terrorizing the strike as an escalation in tensions between Iran and the U. S. do you see this as an escalation and if so does that concern you that tensions are ratcheting up nothing could be further from the truth the escalation has been on the part of the Iranians I'm not going to lay out everything here but you recall they shot down an American drone the carried out an attack on the Saudi patrolling facility where a hundred jobs are people working most importantly they have attacked on a dozen different times over the last sixty days our troops actually in Iraq I hadn't killed any until just very recently they killed an American and injured four of our troops so what gives you the confidence that this attack will deter further or running aggression rather than provoke additional aggression well for those of us who work in this business I can tell you that in the Middle East weakness is not appreciated the only thing that's appreciated is strength when the president used reasonable forbearance both in the in the drone attack and then again when the when the Iranians fifty the oil facility both myself and many many other people warn the Iranians that they should not mistake reasonable forbearance for weeks and they apparently did and the Koreans for making not bad judgments and notorious for miscalculating and that's what happened they been ratcheting up about these attacks on our people there and it was time to stop in there our further miscalculations as as you phrase it they're notorious for miscalculations your democratic colleague senator Chris Murphy told NPR this morning that he expects an asymmetrical response from a run that vulnerable possibly civilian American targets throughout the Middle East will be at risk now do you believe that that is the case well the Iranians have already proven they're going to do that they just killed an American within recent days an injured for American servicemen the in the rock by lobbying these rockets in the what does this strike on so the money put those Americans at greater risk just the opposite I believe I'm I'm hoping that right or wrong will do is see this as a natural response to what they have been doing and and also assess this that look we've made a mistake the Americans are not weeks they are going to respond and leftist this president he's doing this I've been in the room I was in the room when he made the decision on the drone but he does not like you're using Connecticut to act and he doesn't want to but when you get put in a position where we've been put in and where they killed an American recently and injured American troops and our our have been actually planning to do more of the same the person had no choice Republican senator Jim Risch of Idaho is the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee thank you very much for joining us today thank you Syd Mead couldn't see the future need was the artist and designer who helped build the world's in scifi classics like Blade Runner aliens and tron it means started drying when he was just three years old his imagination was sparked by his father reading to him Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers after a stint in the army and then art school need worked in industrial design.
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"P. R. station back now to our conversation on the new docu drama film the report with its director and writer Scott C. burns and with Dan Jones the former Senate investigator who the film is about Dan I want to go back to you as the actual Senate staffer who who wrote the report what do you think about the film how close is it to what really happened well you know the staff and the senators who worked on this and Sanders the ones who make make it happen spent seven years on this rate and we did the sixty seven hundred page report with thirty eight thousand footnotes to the CIA's own records and then we boil that down into the five hundred page summary and Scott had this really monumental task of taking a five hundred page report in and rip Dan need documenting it accurately but also telling the story of of researching and writing it and eventually getting an out and he had to do that nine hundred twenty page script and I'm just I'm massively impressed with Scott was able to pull off because you get not only the content of the report and you get the findings and conclusions that the senators wanted to make public but you also get the story of the struggle right a bipartisan struggle to get this not only documented but released to the American people was there anything you were really worried that the film would get wrong well you know you see other Hollywood films about real life events and Houston there's often exaggeration and and in this regard the process of writing the report and the content therefore needed no exaggeration whatsoever and Scott was just very sensitive to that you know he wanted to make sure every fact was backed up somewhere around the world that is inundated script with Scott's words on the left in the script on the right hand category are all the sources that he drew upon and it's just a really bold prescription I think you rarely see that nowadays I want to go to one of our listener comments Tina commented I was sobbing by the end of the film the report I nearly had to leave during the torture scenes John you is teaching law he of course was read the legal opinion about opening the door to enhanced interrogation techniques she said he should be in prison with the rest of them for war crimes that being said the movie was very good I'm sure some liberties were taken but overall very well acted and informative I want to talk more about the depictions of torture and intent in hands interrogation as it was called in the film it's got there earlier versions that don't include those scenes at all why did you decide to include them in the final version he are I you know I went went back and forth a lot about it if there was a way to tell this story accurately without depicting those those scenes because of what your listeners said and a it I had a conversation on the way with a guy named Alberto mora who is the navy's general counsel during the program so this was a man inside of the Pentagon who when he found out about about these these techniques stood up and said this is wrong this is not American this is not what the uniform code of military conduct says were allowed to do and he was shut down and you know the rest of the time they sort of navigate around him and he asked me this exact same question and I told him I I wasn't sure as a filmmaker if I wanted to do that but that I felt an obligation as a storyteller to to consider it and he said if you don't show it aren't you doing exactly what the CIA did are you perpetuating sort of the original same here that you work in a visual medium and you need to see these things because words like waterboarding are are just words and seeing what that really means realizing we did this to human beings without giving them due process we now without without any actionable Intel coming from it that's really important and and so you know I apologize to anybody who finds those scenes in a troubling but I also want people to see what was done and all of our names and they are troubling since they are difficult to watch we're gonna play a brief clip from one of those just shave almost.
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"Is in the actual adversary of the working class but they say in their particular case the the ownership down there in management down there they said that the people that were on that plant floor had passed E. verify which is this government program which basically says that everybody there is legal that was their defense no I don't I don't know if their family but again that would that was their first P. R. response but there's like well I know when you when you come but but I want to I want to go back to the people that are there and this before you do that I want to pick up on the up to the point where is the empathy for the American low skilled worker who may well be a minority may not be a minority doesn't matter where is the empathy for the American worker denied that job if there six hundred folks down there we're not supposed to be in the country why isn't it empathetic for the Americans who are supposed to be in the country to say okay these six hundred violated our laws so they need to go back to where they came from and now six hundred Americans can take those positions that to me is over turning decades and decades of abuse of the people at the lower end of the economic spectrum by the elites and I think the elites at that level are really one party what I called once a John cast it combines so the Democrats and Republicans so then your support of of raising the.
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"Well close this is this is the theory the theory is that this whole thing was a manufactured P. R. spun except Nike really did make the shoes now this is an expensive stop unless they didn't unless they only manufactured ten or twelve pair and knew from the get go they were never going to put him on sale and therefore never really manufacture them if this is that degree of PRS not that's interesting but we saw pictures of the shoes at the Betsy Ross flag on the heel and it was a unique pretty good looking design not not the usual Nike design and it features the Betsy Ross flag and be introduced to fourth of July weekend Wallace and Kaepernick is offended so the theory is from from from Terry here is that Nike once Kaepernick under contract with them to constantly beat up on American that Kaepernick doing it is easier than Nike doing it and Nike is anti American so they hire Kaepernick Kaepernick can't be hired by the NFL nobody wants and nobody will give him a job so Nike puts him on contract because their stock went up billions in value after the first little problem with Kaepernick control and and they're claiming that their stock well at the end of the claim of the stock did jump after this incident to so the theory is that this is a strategy it's a re invention a way for Kaepernick to constantly on the loan on America and that day and that night he is paying him to do this in other words it's it's this is Terry is explanation of the PR stunt that this is I'm I've had a lot of people suggest to me that's a PR stunt they thank and that it worked because everybody's talking about Nike anybody's talking about the but Kaepernick in Kaepernick can't get a job Kaepernick can't get hired he's he's nothing is it says these are nothing god that is made something by virtue of his anti American attitudes Nike is supporting for my part fox just about I don't care whether it's a PR stunt or for real the fact of the matter is they're executing the fact of the matter is they are rewarding somebody for dumping on the American flag they're rewarding somebody for dumping on the country they are applauding and they are enabling the guy to do it whether it's a PR stunt to get Nike is name what what more P. artist Nike neat but I guess you can't get too much my point is is that people want to push back against this way it may be if it's a PRC not it may even be worse because this is the faulty pony manipulation of people it be one thing if they really do hate America and if they really are anti the flag an anti Betsy Ross but if this whole thing is contrived and is just a PR spot to keep Kaepernick front and center to keep him employed to find a way to funnel him money well that may be even worse the point is we're not sitting around it doesn't matter to us whichever is the truth of what they're doing we're pushing back against that's why we've put the stand up for Betsy Ross T. shirt for sale at the Rush Limbaugh dot com store we've partnered with a very very great charity on this the tunnel to towers foundation some of the proceeds go straight to that and I'm just get in it it's a biggest selling item that we have ever had in the store and after the first hour of the poor we sold out yesterday although we don't technically so I guess we can restock and re order immediately which we did but we had our original quantity printed shipped box ready to go we would blow through that and by the end of the first hour today we had surpassed the number of orders yesterday not the reason I'm making a big deal there are not twenty knock offs that we have identified this has hit a chord out there it's there are number of frogs and phony websites who think that they can pass their shirt off as mine they're trying to make you.