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Between The Lines
"paul kelly" Discussed on Between The Lines
"Thought it would be good idea to recognize in the constitution amongst other things the undeniable truth that Aboriginal and Torres Strait island deplete were here first. Now something like that would draw, I believe, overwhelming support. Because people now it's true. Now, if that is just seen as empty symbolism, we'll say be it, but I do say to people who support the voice, I say two things. Firstly, Australians are very wary about changing their constitution because they felt they feel it's contributed to our security. They really do. And the second thing I'd say is that please don't label anybody who disagrees with the voice as being insensitive to Aboriginal people because they're not. Let's turn to public discourse. Just generally, many commentators such as the esteemed journalist Paul Kelly, they lament that politics. Mainly because of Twitter and social media, it's become even more polarizing and toxic today. If the chiles of the world are right, where's the objectivity, the perspective, the honesty, on which you place heavy emphasis in your book, where are those fine qualities in today's attempts to deal with major policy challenges? Tom, we could always have a lot more. Of that objectivity and balance at which you speak. But I'm not quite as pessimistic as the description you ascribe to Paul Kelly. Mind you, you never had to deal with Twitter. Well, I'd never had to do tweet a bit. There were I had to do with people who liken me to add off Hitler and all I mentioned. And then got my Callum all that. That's my name for a long time. And some of the things that was said from the non labor side of politics about golf whitlam. The pace is changed dramatically as a result of social media. The media of life and the place of communication has changed, but it's hard to put in place sound public policy trying to educate the public. It's not all this riff raff going on on social media. What's the point? That is more, it makes it more difficult, but it shouldn't dawn people because unless you have a determination to argue for good policy, then the show will grind to a halt. Climate change, western leaders are accelerating if it's to reach net zero emissions within three decades. Now, you were denounced as p.m.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
"paul kelly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Well, we've just brought you news from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso and now we turn to wagga wagga in New South Wales to catch up with Monaco's contributing editor Andrew Muller. Andrew, is there really a place called wagga wagga? And do you really come from there? Yes to both of those things. It is on a technical point. It's pronounced wagga wagga, but yes, I was in fact born here and I am I am broadcasting from their right now. And if our listeners are very alert, they might just about hear the rainbow lorikeets and glazed squawking outside the window. Thank you for the clarity on how to pronounce it. I would like to look at the big stories happening in Australia at the moment earlier on in the show. We heard an Australian official saying that actually it might be an excess of caution, but Australia is going to take some kind of measures against Chinese tourists. Yeah, Australia will be asking all Chinese people or people flying out of China to test positive for COVID-19 before they get on the plane. This is despite Australia's chief medical officer Paul Kelly advising that there was no need for this not sufficient public health rationale and also he's making the point that there's people flying into Australia from all sorts of other places and nobody's asking them to take a COVID-19 test. I mean, the Australian government saying it's an abundance of caution and that's probably reasonable enough on the health grounds, but there's also obviously politics in play here and I think over the sweep of Australian history, nobody has ever lost votes beating up on China. How important are Chinese tourists and particularly students to the Australian economy? Oh, massively. Before the pandemic, it was a huge thing, especially for the Australian education sector. And it's still the case that Australia is nowhere near recovered in terms of all kinds of international travelers. I mean, just in the few days I've been here in mellow in Melbourne earlier this week. There's some tourist filtering back but really not very many you can see that a lot of places souvenir shops and so on that cater specifically to tourists aren't really all the way open again yet. I didn't detect many non Australian people on my flight out here. So yeah, there's still a long way to go before normality returns in that respect. And the Chinese tourism sector in particular is important. Again, absolutely hugely colossally important or it was pre-pandemic. And again, I don't know how soon that's coming back. Obviously it's going to be difficult for Chinese people to travel anywhere because Australia as the Australian government is pointing out and as your guests earlier in the show pointed out, it's not alone in making them an exception. But getting to getting to Australia even from China, which is only a single hop flight was never a small or cheap undertaking. And until airfares, he said speaking from bitter experience returned to their pre-pandemic levels, I'm not sure those levels of tourism or even foreign students are coming back either. Andrew, let's have a look at what else is happening in Australia. I think you've got a wildlife story for us. I do have a wildlife story for us. I mean, I would say I'm sorry, this is not happening closer to where I am broadcasting from, but it's happening half a continent away, but also I'm quite glad I'm not too close to this story. This is the pine river in Queensland, which has more crocodiles per kilometer than any other system in Queensland. And it's just a lovely local story being gleefully reported by all Australian media. Somebody stole a car and dumped it in the process of pine river, which left the police with the challenge of retrieving a stolen car from a river which, you know, as they have said, that's a tough gig at the best of times. But obviously there is the wildlife and the ABC's report, I think sums it up nicely. There's just explaining the logistics of this that they put shark knits around the area that they'll have a maximum with a rifle standing by in case one of the crocodiles get too close. But there's just a lovely bit of Australian understatement from the side of the sea, the operation who said, none of the divers were keen. They aren't bit they weren't. Well, you know what? I can tell you a crocodile story from Ouagadougou. Oh, please. Which is that there are sacred crocodiles. It's not actually in Wagyu. It's about 30 kilometers from there in a village called bazooka, very unique tradition. These are not the kind of crocodiles. I think in Australia you have saltwater crocodiles. Is that correct? Indeed, so yes. These are Nile crocodiles, and they're actually the West African or the desert crocodile. And they're mostly found in forested regions and open habitats, and not quite as fierce as the ones you have there. But these are crocodiles have for years been worshiped in this particular part of Burkina Faso and also just across the border. And they're fed by the local population. They are sat on by them. There are photographs of people sitting on these crocodiles. But to link it back to your COVID story, of course, this village, basile, attracted a huge amount of tourists who wanted to come and pet the crocodiles, and those people are no longer coming. Yeah, I don't think the crocodiles of the post supine river are a sacred as such, but I would be willing to bet that the almighty's name has been invoked in connection with them a good few times. And in wagga wagga, thank you very much indeed. And here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. The U.S. House of Representatives has failed to elect a speaker in its opening session for the first time in a century. Republican Kevin McCarthy has vowed to stay in the race despite failing three election attempts due to opposition from hardline members of the party. Russia has blamed the unauthorized use of mobile phones by its soldiers for a deadly Ukrainian missile strike. The defense ministry says phone data allowed Ukrainian forces to locate and hit a barracks killing 89 people in makiivka, Moscow says officials involved will be held responsible. Mexican authorities have fired the director of a prison from which more than 30 inmates escaped following a riot. The defense ministry says it's flown 200 military personnel to Suarez Juarez to fight organized crime as it hunts for the escaped convicts. And a former funeral homeowner in the U.S. state of Colorado has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for dissecting more than 500 corpses and selling body parts without permission. Her mother also pled guilty for fraud and was sentenced to 15 years, the judge sent them to prison immediately. This is the globalist, stay tuned. The Kremlin has weaponized culture on its war on Ukraine, trying to wipe out the language history and literature, but Ukrainians are now rewriting that narrative and taking control of
The Christian O’Connell Show
"paul kelly" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"Into his market is peers at ten. That is going to play big. Isn't so really hard to make? Yeah, I'm just thinking of the scene from fart club. Yeah. No, no, no, it's just a sentence. It sounds like bubble gum. And then the little one who's 8 went well, I'm missing out on all the fun too. So he makes bath salts. So mommy and daddy stumped up the cash for everything and they paid us all back and now they've got enough cash to buy their own supplies. They've made signs. They sit out the front of the house with a table and chairs. They've got a cash team. It's so impressive. I love it. 11 and 8. That is impressive. You're doing really well there. And so where are you? Do you want to give them a plug? When they're opening hours. So this sort of Saturday an hour. Well, we're in COVID and they sit on the side of our road and we put it on Facebook on our little community page. And everything to get rid of the 30 kilo boxes of wax would be great. Kelly, I'm in COVID. The team a whole lot of candles and soap this weekend. Yeah, I want some of the monkey farts. And they're really gross green color, and they're in the shape of a star. They're fantastic. Awesome. Kelly, thank you very much. And good on you for all the kids as well. That's great. Thank you. It's going to Michael, good morning Michael. Have a good Michael. So kid businesses was this year, or it's your kids. And I growing up was that 6, 7 year old, my parents on to myself. And during the Christmas all at the alcohol out of the fridge and types of locals sitting at the front and fell up for me instead of making it for the business. I'd make a couple hundred bucks to have the night and parents didn't realize to the next morning when I was cashed up and couldn't work out why. But I wonder why the fridge is on Fenty. But your pockets are full of notes. Tend to look at a drinks, right? You know? Genius. All in a brighter note. You were listening to the Christian O'Connell show podcast. We need your help, and the we actually are people who are going to have a very, very tough time this Christmas. Got an email last weekend from an amazing woman called Kim and I've got an amazing charity that she's part of and they need our help. So Kim's on the line right now, Kim good morning. Al good morning Christian, how are you? I'm good, so Kim, tell everybody about this amazing small but your words fierce, little charity, mom supporting families in need. Thank you. Yes, it was started around ten years ago by a young mom named Jodie, who realized that she had lots of clothes that children had grown out of, maybe the car seat and the prem and so it will what can I do with them and decided she wanted to give them to another family who perhaps was doing it a bit tough. And then her friends sort of cottoned on and next thing you know there's maybe 5 or ten months doing it and like with most charities it organically grew and that's where we are now ten years down the track and last year allowing we supported over 4000 individuals through the provision of material aid as well as toy drive at Christmas and the food handlers at Christmas. So it's a little bit like Paul Kelly from small things, big things grow. That's kind of where we're at now. So you email me last weekend, right? And you said that these hampers that you put together like there are about $65 and they're given to families at this time of year that is a gift for a family who are really tough having it time to let know that not forgotten about that we're thinking about them. So you've got around 500 amperes, but you need the money for another 500 more because there's such big demand this year. Absolutely. What we do is we work in partnership with social welfare agencies. So places like I think family life, Anglican, et cetera. And they have put in a request for their clients with those people who are on their books who would need a little extra Christmas. And the request came in was phenomenal. Not this sideways. It was nearly 3000. We were like, wow. So we've done our absolute best in our community have been extraordinarily generous as they are every year. And we've got a commitment to just over 500, but we're aiming for a thousand and that's when I thought we needed to ask for help. So we can help them. It's a kind of slow on a fixed upon. So that's why I reached out to you guys because even the most tenacious charities do need to ask for help and we don't get any government funding at all. We basically rely on the generosity of their donors and our sponsors to do the work we do in our amazing community who rally behind us all through the year, but particularly at Christmas they are quite humbling, really wonderful. And yeah, Kim, it's such a hand to mouth existence. You tell him about the footy club down in frankston who lend you some space to actually make up the hampers. And when you get the money, you go down to woolworths and you place the orders. Yeah, what happens is with the coming in from the community, the people will actually make the hampers and then drop them off to us at the footy club. So I'll have about 550 hampers coming in over at two and a half to I period. And then over another two day period all the agencies come down to the footy club and pick them up. But what we'll do with this money if we get any from you at least is we will place the orders and we'll have them delivered directly to the agencies to distribute to the families in the lead up to Christmas. So we'll do it kind of a hybrid version for the two streams. So we're very excited. Well, look, Kim, we'd love to try and get you the extra 500 hampers. Obviously we're reliant on Christmas time is a tough time for people and we know that. Yeah, you'll know this is very hard, isn't it for charities, you know, especially like really local charities like you guys, but I know that people want to help and I'll listen they've got big hearts and actually with the weather yesterday we're all getting excited about the summer coming in Christmas but it is heartbreaking think about a family that are actually worried about a basic thing, not a meal that day. And the thing is that for most of us, we think that someone in need of material aid has either made their decisions or it's we're all literally one step away with the rising cost of everything. I'm sure a lot of people are nervous and scared about what the future might hold, but there are some who are just already in that space. And we all just need a little bit of help every now and then there's no shining it. And they certainly know judgments. And there's something actually quite strong about asking for help and being able to accept it. And then when you're in a position perhaps to be able to then pay it forward yourself. So I think most people inherently are generous and want to help and it's just a case of people knowing what we do and perhaps thinking that we might be a small charity that they might like to support. And we would seriously love to have them on board to help us get to the goals we're after. All right, so if you listen to this, whether it's $5, $10, whatever you can do, each hamper is about $65. So we need to try and raise around about 30 two $1000 to get these extra 500 hands. So anything you can donate right now, we've set up a page where you can donate. All the donations will be taxed at as well because they're a nonprofit charity, which all helps. So head to the Christian O'Connell show, dot com AU and that's where you can donate. There is anybody listening who happens to work for any of the supermarkets, it'd be really great if for these orders that are coming through could be a vastly reduced rate as well because it is basics like flour and pasta and long life milk as well. You shouldn't have to pay them for work for that for what you're doing as well and you're right, people do want to help. Kim, you're amazing. Thank you so much. And also your teams of all the alums who've been doing this over the last ten years. I think it's incredible. It's an honor to try and help you guys. Let's see what
Between The Lines
"paul kelly" Discussed on Between The Lines
"And so Bill started submitting, but he initially didn't realize that cartoonists worked solo. He thought that the cartoonists were actually told by a journalist what to draw. And so the art of conceiving the cartoon during the content and he thought that was different and it's actually very interesting because I speak in the book to Warren Brown, who's the cartoonist for the telegraph in Sydney. And he says, and he's very, very persuasive about this. He says that bills sense of humor was entirely developed. Bill was not naturally funny according to Warren. And Bill was, I mean, you knew Bill as well. He was clearly the funniest man, most people have ever met. And according to Warren, his sense of humor was entirely acquired, which is fascinating. And I investigate that in the book as well. I was for the best part of a decade, the opinion page editor of the awes and so while main cartoon was the bill Lake cartoon has always quirky witty and irreverent, but how did he approach politics and power in those early days when he left the cine morning hero? I think he said 90 94 and then he went across the news. How did he approach politics and power then? Well, he was salivating to get involved. He really, really wanted to become a daily cartoonist. And I spoke to Paul Kelly. He was here to achieve the Australian at the time. And he interviewed Bill over a short period and was wanted to make sure that Bill fitted the Australian Bill really wanted to join the Australian because he saw it as a good vehicle for his own politics. But I raised with Paul. Look, you know, bill was very left in those days when I met Bill in 94. He was seriously left wing. And I said, what made you think that Bill was a good fit for the Australian? And he very, very strictly said, look, Bill wasn't so left wing back then. All he really wanted to do was call out the frauds and the elites. And as it turns out, Paul was right. I mean, most people who knew bill at that time would have just said, oh, look, you know, bill's just a larrick and laughter. And he can't stand Howard and the coalition and so on. But it turns out that Bill applied he's savage wit and his brilliant caricature into both sides of politics in the end. My guess is Fred Paul, he's author of die laughing, the biography of Bill Lake, it's published by the IPA, the institute of public affairs. Fred, you know, many of his lefty friends thought that he went through a radical ideological transition while he was at the Australian and they basically blind a brain injury when he fell off a balcony. How would you respond to those kind of observations? I heard that so many times while I was researching the book and Bill addressed this while he was alive. He wrote a column for the Australian, saying, look, I've been accused..
Between The Lines
"paul kelly" Discussed on Between The Lines
"He says China is plagued by anxieties and vulnerabilities that all but rule out the projection of power by military means beyond its near abroad, and that China is unlikely to become a regional hegemon. Jeff raby goes on to say that camera is now joined to the U.S. hip in a way that hasn't happened since the Cold War, and it must now assist how far down the path of competition with China we're prepared to go. Now that's Jeff raby, Paul Kelly. Well, Jeffrey's comments, I think very constructive and very insightful. And I do think he's one of the key players in terms of analyzing policy towards China. Because he's very constructive and very honest about this. He puts on the table, what do you think we ought to be doing? For instance, he says, we ought to sign up to the belt and road. He says, we've made a terrible mistake getting too close to the United States. Let me make a couple of points here about Morrison's policy. Morrison virtually never talks about China as a military threat to Australia. These are China as a sovereignty threat to Australia. He's been profoundly influenced by China's policy of economic coercion against Australia. And this policy is virtually unprecedented. Morrison, I believe correctly sees this as an input shine to break Australian and to break him as prime minister. And to force Australia into significant policy concessions towards China. Now it's hardly surprising that an Australian prime minister of standing and authority would seek to defy that and stand up to China. And I like to think that any Australian prime minister liberal or labor would do that. In relation to China, I quote in the book, Frances Adamson, the former head of defat saying that China is a strange mixture mixture of assertiveness and aggression on the one hand and chronic insecurity on the other..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"paul kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Many countries that have all been very mild or in fact had no symptoms at all Most of the cases so far outside of South Africa has been in young feet travelers So that is an open question We have not seen an increase in deaths in South Africa where most of the overcome cases have emerged Experts caution the deaths often lag infections by several weeks so far chief medical officer Paul Kelly says Australia has 7 cases of the variant While Nathan travel restrictions have come Fast & Furious since the new strain was discovered Now Japan is back tracking on its plans Tokyo is dropping a proposal to stop all new incoming flight reservations that's after the government said the policy caused confusion What's not confusing this morning Karen is the path forward for fed policy the Central Bank does look likely to hear back support for the economy quicker than initially expected Says it will be discussed at this month's fed meeting as officials try to keep inflation in check The inflation that we're seeing is still clearly connected to the pandemic related factors I would also add though that it has spread more broadly in the economy And I think that the risk of persistent higher inflation has clearly risen Chair Powell now says inflation pressures will linger well into next year And if that holds true Nathan the head of the Cleveland fed will be ready to start hiking rates The right ambassador tells us she's also opened a scaling back asset purchases at a faster pace I do think that we have to be in a position that if we need to raise rates a couple of times next year we're able to do that So again quickening the taper and gives us that optionality Loretta mesner joins the ranks of fed presidents Mary Daly and Rafael bostic and calling for a faster pace of tapering Stay tuned for more of our interview with the Cleveland fed president coming up shortly We also have news on one of the open seats on the fed's board of governors Sources say President Biden is interviewing his top picks for vice chair for supervision they include Atlanta fed president Raphael bostic duke law professor Sarah bloom Raskin and former consumer financial protection bureau director Richard cordray the president says he will announce nominees for open fed seats soon Well coming up today Nathan we get another reading on the labor market ahead of tomorrow's monthly jobs are poor and economists predict today's jobless claims reading will comment around 240,000 We get more from Bloomberg's vineyard giudice We've been getting some very encouraging numbers with the prior report showing weekly jobless claims dropped the lowest since 1969 Bloomberg economics is that steep drop may have been affected by seasonal factors but the labor market is on the mend Wednesday payroll processor ADP reported businesses added more than half million jobs for the second month in a row in November Official payroll dataset for release Friday is forecast to post a strong gain as well They need down Judas Bloomberg day break All right Vinny thank you turning to corporate news now We have some headlines weighing on Apple this morning Bloomberg news has learned the company Seeing weaker demand for its latest iPhones Apple has been confronting supply chain issues but did expect to make up the shortfall next year now The company is telling suppliers and vendors that demand for the iPhone 13 may not pick up as was previously expected in checking the shares in the pre market they are down one and a half percent S&P futures are up 30 points staff futures up 289 NASDAQ futures on the rise by 66 points the ten year treasury is down 1130 seconds the yield 1.44% yield on the two year .59 Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"paul kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Been very mild or in fact had no symptoms at all Most of the cases so far outside of South Africa has been in young feet travelers So that is an open question We have not seen an increase in deaths in South Africa where most of the overcome cases have emerged Experts caution that deaths often lag infections by several weeks so far chief medical officer Paul Kelly says Australia has 7 cases of the variant On Nathan travel restrictions have come Fast & Furious since the new strain was discovered now Japan is backtracking on its plans Tokyo is dropping a proposal to stop all new incoming flight reservations That's after the government said the policy caused confusion What's not confusing this morning is the path forward for fed policy Karen the Central Bank looks likely to pair back support for the economy quicker than initially expected Share Jay Powell says it'll be discussed at this month's fed meeting as officials try to keep inflation in check The inflation that we're seeing is still clearly connected to the pandemic related factors I would also add though that it has spread more broadly in the economy And I think that the risk of persistent higher inflation is clearly risen Chair Powell now says inflation pressures will linger well into next year And if that holds true Nathan the head of the Cleveland fed will be ready to start hiking rates Loretta master tells us she's also opened a scaling back asset purchases at a faster pace I do think that you know we have to be in a position that if we need to raise rates a couple of times next year we're able to do that So again quickening the tapering gives us that optionality Larry to master joins the ranks of fed presidents Mary daily and Rafael bostick and calling for a faster pace of tapering Stay tuned for more of our interview with the Cleveland fed president coming up 15 minutes from now We also have news on one of the open seats on the fed's board of governors Karen sources say President Biden is interviewing his top picks for vice chair for supervision they include Atlanta fed president Raphael bostic as well as duke law professor Sarah bloom Raskin And former consumer financial protection bureau director Richard cordray the president says he'll announce nominees for open fed seat soon While coming up today Nathan we get another reading on the labor market ahead of tomorrow's monthly jobs report economists predict today's jobless claims reading will come in around 240,000 We get more from Bloomberg's vineyard giudice We've been getting some very encouraging numbers with the prior report showing weekly jobless claims dropped their glow since 1969 Bloomberg economics is that steep drop may have been affected by seasonal factors but the labor market is on the mend Wednesday payroll processor ADP reported businesses added more than half million jobs for the second month in a row in November Official payroll dataset for release Friday is forecast to post a strong gain as well Any doubt Julie's Bloomberg day break All right Vinny thanks Turning to corporate news Now we have some headlines weighing on Apple this morning Bloomberg news has learned the company is seeing weaker demand for its latest iPhones That's what it's telling suppliers and vendors We get more from Bloomberg's Deby whoo who covers the semiconductor industry from our Taipei bureau The company has told its component suppliers that this man for its latest iPhone 13 layout has weekends which shows that some consumers summing up decided against trying to get new iPhones It is still possible that Apple may enjoy a yoga curve shedding quarter It's just that the Lake will be well not be able to perform as well as they would have liked Bloomberg's Debbie Wu says Apple has been confronting supply chain issues It initially expected to make up the shortfall next year but now we're told the iPhone maker thinks those orders may not materialize Checking apple shares in the pre market there almost down almost 2% S&P futures are up 32 points down futures higher by 300 points and NASDAQ futures on the rise by 70 points this morning straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports in that MLB lockout this is Bloomberg And it's now 5 O 7 on Wall Street We're at 51° in Central Park dealing with problems on the verrazzano bridge with some late construction work there Janelle crispin will have the details in a few minutes first Michael Barr.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"paul kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg business Probably mug European headquarters in the City of London and Laura Wright with this Bloomberg radio business flash a correction in markets yesterday the S&P 500 closing down 1.2% big correction following the discovery of an army Kron case in the United States Here in the Asian session mix picture Nikki 5 down 6 tenths of a percent the hanging up a tenth of a percent the CSI 300 up two tenths of a percent the ASX 200 just south of the red down a tenth of a percent and the cost beat the regional outperformer up 1.6% Looking ahead to futures imani's rebounding up 6 tenths of a percent Now's like 100 pictures up half a percent news in the early hours of this morning that Apple is seeing flowing demand for its new iPhone 13 That's coming from some of its suppliers reporting that you're a socks 50 features down 1.2% negative sentiment coming through will get unemployment data from European state later this morning in the bomb space U.S. tenure benchmark paper yielding 1.434% up three basis points The blue McDonald's book index table apps and 1183 handle the Turkish lira down 8% against the dollar of the 13 spot three 7 handle in commodities Brent crude price at $69 a barrel Up 1.3% the market anticipating that OPEC plus meeting later today on what it means for production increases or stability in the market that's the Bloomberg radio business but his guaranteed the world needs Laura good morning and thank you Australia's chief medical officer says there's no indication that oma krone is deadlier than other COVID strains Paul Kelly says of the 300 cases reported around the world all have been very mild or have shown no symptoms at all the first confirmed U.S. case of the variant has been detected in California The CDC says the patient is a San Francisco resident who had traveled to South Africa They were fully vaccinated and have only mild symptoms Now the youngest alleged victim of Jeffrey Epstein has told a coach she did not invent a memory of Ghislaine Maxwell being involved in sexual abuse The witness known under the pseudonym James claims a British socialite took part in some encounters in the 90s Maxwell who has been in a U.S. prison since her arrest in July last year denies all the charges against him And as Christmas of foster approaches people should not kiss strangers under the mistletoe That's a suggestion from a government minister to raise coffee the work and pension secretary also told ITV the government was working hard so we can all enjoy a knees up Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and will then 120 countries and Leanne guerin's this is Bloomberg while practical advice in a pandemic Yeah so if you could even get mistletoe it's actually not that difficult quite expensive plant to buy in the UK I did just put that out there I did see some actually at my local florist he's got a lovely stand where I live And I haven't seen mistletoe for a long time but there was some hanging there But this also comes off the back of some mixed messages we've got isn't it Carolina for the last week from the government but it's just another warning to say make your Christmas party a little bit smaller and refrain from kissing strangers Yeah absolutely Thanks so much and Gary and said with the world news Let's talk about the markets then this morning Really very mixed We saw a stock sell off over in the U.S. yesterday and yet we are very much more positive in terms of stock futures now It was the reverse for Europe the U.S. Oxy features Carly down at 1% at the moment So drone Powell's comments buffeted the markets in the U.S. yesterday he reiterated that officials should consider a faster reduction of monetary stimulus amid higher inflation But then JPMorgan Chase strategists saying by the dip because could actually end up being a catalyst for a steepening of yield curves and a rotation from growth to value While joining us now is ST dweck chief investment officer at Flo bank Thank you so much as C for joining us on radio Overdone then in your view do you see a rally in reopening themes as JPMorgan does I tend to agree with that view I think it's still too early to tell It's going to take a couple of days or even weeks to really know what a Macron is like and how resistant it may or may not be the vaccines And again the part that really matters is against severe illness So it's going to take a bit of time to sample we have so far is really quite small And of course we're looking for them So we're finding some asymmetric asymptomatic cases as well But what we've seen is people and companies ability to adapt to COVID better and better with every wave every variant and with vaccination still accelerating around the world booster shots now getting delivered I would decide with the view that reopening is just being delayed a little bit further It is going to continue and we do still like cyclical stocks Okay So then in terms of the fed moves the market sees early summer may for a rise master telling Bloomberg she favors a faster taper so that the fed is then ready Is that something that you see No I don't think the mason scenario is likely The fed does want to end up taper wild before they start hiking whether they accelerate tapering is likely at the moment the momentum is very strong in growth and I think to some extent that is going to continue Inflation should be abating in this first half of the year It might take a couple more months but we're hearing anecdotal evidence that supply chain disruptions are improving a little bit And there is this view that inflation is going to dissipate gradually So I don't think there'll be as much urgency to hike And I do think the growth even in the U.S. is going to be slowing in the second half of the year So it would be an interesting timing for the fed to try to be more aggressive with hikes with a softening backdrop Yeah okay So what do you expect them from the U.S. jobs report on Friday expecting to see many more jobs created But that's going to be another kind of critical data point where only two weeks out from the next fed meeting I think Powell's comments this week have in a way derisked those two data points right We have the non farm payrolls this Friday We have inflation next week because he's opened the door to accelerating tapering It won't maybe be as much all eyes on those two data points trying to interpret at this point the market probably assumes we are going to get an acceleration in tapering I think the jobs report is going to come in similar to the October 1 relatively strong We saw the ADPs where quite strong yesterday So that's encouraging we know that the labor market isn't so much of a concern even though you have sort of under the hood still some discrepancies with race and with lower wage earners and participation rates compared to the overall unemployment number but the question is going to be more on inflation than on the jobs market Yeah okay Also in terms of just delving a little bit deeper into the equity picture the S&P 500 has closed at an all time high on the 18th of November so up almost 27% for the year Now it's pulled back 4% since then Is there an equity valuation issue for the U.S..
"paul kelly" Discussed on Racing Post
"Hello and welcome to the monday. Post cast looking forward but also very much looking back on on this particular monday. There are plethora of goodies to look back because we had a fantastic weekend of course doncaster leopardstown carruth and low show on looking back on them with meat. My racing post colleagues. Tom collins boylan will start with the classic action doncaster on saturday where hurricane lane justified favouritism in the casseus. Ledger tom collins. How good a performance was it. Yeah i mean. I think it was an okay performance. I don't think it was a red hot senate ledger. People are going to forget that because obviously everyone was focusing on harkin lanes performance and not losing behind. However i do think the first two a very good That he's well capable of running well classics And harkin lane as not big race analysis. The preview on friday only had to run to the same level of form as he did in the grand prix. Depre- am to be unbeatable and didn't even manage to do that on one to the san. Ledger wants to fly for the Busta he was boffon. Why the best tools in the rice. He's immensely talented. Three road A wealth of riches especially in the three division interesting. See how he doesn't y'all next and how will do you think he will do in the next time. I mean i was yours. Would you definitely in the right. Yeah i think you kind of have to. I mean i think is the best of the apple. Week three year olds presume. He's gonna go to the Reliably full yesterday on twitter and suffered a setback but I think you'll go there. Nothing to host debate however harken lane definitely deserves his place especially winning But to win the ledger on the ark is just a massive achievement of really hard task. I think struggle but say not. I think you'll be there or thereabouts. What did you make the legend. Also what did you make. The performance of the body doyle owes is in there. Is there now any future. At the top flat. Host for high definition hd them. Those wards are banned in my house. No after that. We've been i gave him one more chance. So has been very very forgiving. Note i forgiven this. You know prisoners listening to patients has to be and ran out of patience now. I think a really jewelry more than on him. Find it very very hard to to to draw positive from their own. I mean i. I was willing to say that you are in the rc sent to degrade That have improved the niger. You know there's no way the great vouchers. Lendl taking off hurricane and the dante you know i was had his grip with the car. N e manager. Fear you're trying to make excuses but that was the the nail in the coffin for me. Cheek pieces on race closer to the pace at. Yeah i find it hard to see back from put a in fairness i had to pick one buddy. Harstad run very very well. Demand iranian was one that could develop into quite a decent co-partner. Maybe he's the one that we very valuable to clients in australia. Who could be bringing in the county tipperary place. No this week looking for him. He to me enhances reputation big time without. He's buying beer and the grandfather was a very very good one. So in terms of beaten harsh going forward. I know there was a couple of in between them. But if you said to me next year would rather have more the mediterranean. I nearly said the mediterranean interesting. An ma you settle. Plenty there about the bali who is across the weekend. The general theme was one of of larger of disappointment for frieden abroad. And the cool mall owners. It could have been worse particularly because in some people's opinions so mark's basilica Deserve to be thrown out after the irish champion stakes carried an hour across the course towards the end of a of a humdinger of an irish champion which flowers disgraced in the did the best horse when that rice mark. Don't think we got the chance to fully find. I think the best horse over ten farms won the race. But i mean i think. Tirona harper farms in seconds. I think she's absolutely the one to beat the arc I have the ultimate respect for at the hour hurricane lane but you know in terms of his tiger train and people had suggested in the room race that given our proven statement that you could rock on and go forward to turn out. I think the decision to sit back and ride your race not to change. Johnson was would've you to you know you don't want to go into the act on the back of a total flop. Let's say if things go right from the front. I was very very encouraged but in terms of the way the race develops. I didn't think that's mark losers given precedent in terms of decisions over here in britain. I don't think over here. He would have lost it. But i don't think tornado was given the opportunity to show her very best. I think one thing that kokomo away from this kind of an aside. We don't have sexually times in ireland. Were the weight section to be introduced. You know even gps data. You know i find it fascinating you know a big meat and especially when the highlights of the junior breeders cups dubai for two can say how much more distance horses travels compared to other drivers. I would i think fascinating to know. Exactly how much. More saint mark's basilica colbert compared to poetic flair to there. So turn out there as well because she went even wider again. So i i think that's today would have been interesting to see. I mean when the race developed into a match develop return. Push our display. Tierney flew should say max. Cynic always going to have the scoured there. But i i was in no way discouraged by tire now if i think she's at hand reputation. Yeah i'd agree with that thought. Run when a run a super trial for dermot weld and the cocoon on tom. Paul kelly regular on these embracing boys prime podcasts and video programs and he was tweeting after the champion that he thought an hour was the the art after that race. What what's your take on an hour for the arc. I think she has a good chance on however recently bought in the boot. Making approach to make a favourite with most fancy was sometimes. She's joined five with with I think she should be second favor by the. She's obviously a very good math. Double does as monetary touched on britain targets. Right now she's one dollars. Six goes there with a big reputation prolific but again she can have to backup of Champion but he sprinted. That was a really thrilling finish and they were gonna hammered tongs in the closing stages. I think scott. Good johnson the off price on guys if you would if you were aidan. O'brien and this is a big. If but if you were and you were the cool morons yet to decide where to send. Some mark's basilica connects which race would you be targeting for him as his big autumn target mark. I hope i'm wrong. But i would expect him to be retired. If there are ambitious in having a crack purity's massage point of view. I would love to see him..
"paul kelly" Discussed on Hack
"A new campaign it was launched today by over four hundred artists and any time and girds auspey you to get vaccinated wad locked in. The campaign was posted to my direct involvement. And i would never ever tell people what to do when it comes to them. Personal choices growl set guy tonight who perhaps on the websites on ever listen to you a guy white by you. Say days mike. Cowen spotify regained. Growl might also end up to i national plan. I should not a national triple j. Yeah cool me. Do you want musicians and prominent figures to take a stance on vaccines yeah. He's gaza sebastian. Fair enough in not wanting to be open about this one. Three hundred or triple five three six gordy urine this campaign your doctor in victoria. You're saying everything happening everyday in front of you but yeah you're also musician who should be onto a right now. Why did you join the campaign to begin with your look. There's a few things going on here. And obviously like a complex issue with some of those sound bites but fundamentally you know people need to get vaccinated music industry aside people need to be vaccinated so that we can get out of this pandemic so that we can get out of lockdown so that we can move on become a functioning healthy society again and minimized death rights and the music industry often gets behind social causes of of all kinds. You know they're ustralian bushfires. were hosting fundraisers. The list kind of goes on but obviously this issue is particularly close to home and while a lot of people might say musicians and artists shouldn't get involved in social issues. This one has. Its very close to home. Because while vaccination rates remained low. We can't do our jobs. So obviously we are going to be out there beating the drums to encourage people to be vaccinated because until the large proportion of the population is vaccinated. Our industry will remain in crisis totally and go to your saying this unfold today in hospitals. What's that pain lack. Yes last this. Last month i was supposed to be onto it with paul kelly and i was supposed to play at the opera house And all of those shows were cancelled and two months three months of my income. That would have allowed me to survive for..
The Kirk Minihane Show
"paul kelly" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"That would be honestly as a listener of the program. That would be much better. Bush much much better. Yeah i don't. I mean you know. I'm sure you're trying your best. I am now i just. It's a mental game. Where i'm just figuring out. Do i go all in on just by any means necessary. Don't care you piss off. Just get it done well. That's where i think. I have to go. I mean tha that. I would just say this like why not. Yeah like i. I mean i don't have on again now. Never yeah no but even if we if it worked and we got him on then he's gonna wanna come back on later. Maybe hopefully i do think paul kelly martin i will fire you. I will not. Who is the somebody tweeted that. I don't know that good there might be. There might be an element of dave cohen reached out early and they said yes. And then whoever this is booking his date said are booked enough shows. I don't need the sessile anymore and just stopped responding could be. i mean you know. He's going to go on. That gives you know. Again i love. Tv's not for springsteen But he's going to go on some significant places right but that's the thing he's not bruce where i would think of barstool. Podcast of this level would be like a prime destination. He'll go on stern. I'm sure you've been on there before a real on merrin would think right. It would go on like those. I think right those kind of things but also lining up with the with the the series. The it's the series right. The many saints is in a movie or series. It's kind of like it's a good connection for shows. Like i guess no i know but i don't think it does well. Yeah i'm sure. I'm sure david chasing everything. You may have some role in the music of it though. Because he's done that with him before. Oh so. I don't know that. I i don't know Bigger question asked him now. Hope over here on number. The brave podcast. My friends well. That's those those nice guys message. If you think you'll agree. Have a connection with him. like take. Don't blame you producer. And i was like no. I'm gonna blame i click the Message broughton and i deleted it. I doubt indeed it a message to that podcast about seven times. Stevens interview steve. You're not making any point to you. Why are you argue with yourself typing barriers..
At The Races With Steve Byk
"paul kelly" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"You're seemingly was was in good position and and got a little cold colin cummings who had been a leader at one point He ends thirty fifth. Frank dangelo our friend frank. dangelo the thirty eight. Sean o'malley who was right at the top of the leaderboard for extended periods. He ends up in the thirties. Thirty sixth i think i saw a j benton. We talked to yesterday. Aj ends up. Thirty ninth sally Goodall fortieth year champion. Mike macintyre forty. I paul cush. I mean these are. These are well-known well-known names and stars Cheryl mcintyre i jeff joffrey on who made a bold move yesterday and then then kind of back down the leaderboard after tip my hat all these folks because when you think about it steve. We started with four hundred fifty people. And if you finish in the top ten obviously you did an unbelievable job. You're gonna be in the final table but anybody else who made the cut line yesterday and you know played trying to get to that final table. You've had a heck of a tournament finished very high. In comparison to the four fifty south in all those folks should Should feel good about efforts. i put in now. Let me Get a screen. Capture here and send this out. This is here. is the final table participants. I guess let's call that and final standings for numbers eleven through fifty-six fifty sit income. Sit down back here's And well here's a nice little tidbit from from keith. Sorta summarizes Where we are thirty five thousand seven hundred and thirty. Nhcd entrance during the twenty. Twenty tour season now pared down to ten players point that is not as some boil down. Holy moly. that's qualifiers that's on sites well and you know the beauty of this whole scenario for for folks who haven't been following the history of this this concept kind of follows the world series of poker where you try to play and play buying the it to the final table and then those final table participants play on national television trying to win millions of dollars but the concept really is a great idea. Adds a lot of suspense. Been a lot of Dissipation as we have the final table set now for tonight. Well the the format which will go over again with your and there we go there it is. There's your top ten. I just sat down for those that are following and routing justin who starry jose areas. Chris goodall sarah winer. Paul kelly ball chap yaffe travis. Alison jason phillips. Jeff van jury and brendan faye and we'll start to get some bios and and so forth Here in the next few minutes. I'll be interested to hear how many of these people are final table contestants will. I'll be really interested if anybody who's like playing in the for the first time in their life and why be phenomenal zwilling. We'll look that up. We can as we start to. You know get settled in and and We'll have we got about an hour and fifteen minutes so plenty of time to talk about yesterday's racing and to talk to some folks here players here and some of the also some of the business. I wanna get a few things. I wanna do. I wanna get scotty mcclellan in here with his equine edge which he's featuring and get an update we to him about it Earlier in the year. But i thought it was worthy that he he's comfortable enough with the soft launch. And and everything that you know he was. He was kind of getting the bugs out as it were. There's quite a few of those people that we do want to. We want to get through here and just Just received a request from across the pond for a phone number. So let me just handle that rich if you know mine are as ubiquitous. He's everywhere he's everywhere we you know. That's something we should probably do to is Is maybe reach out and Check in back at saratoga. Sure thing like going to the onsite. See what's happening there wanted. Wanna hear what What some of the players. That didn't make the trip. Most notably paul matisse Hanging here for a minute. I'm just giving miss getting this number answering a request You know for those you folks at home. I'll just take a couple of st while you're texting away and getting some folks over here but For those you at home who would like to play along on the final table. Here are the races that make up the final table May dettori races starting with mom park race. Ten which is at one thirty three. Pm pacific time. These are all pacific. Time post times. Saratoga is the second mandatory race nine that to thirty nine. So there's more than our between the first and second legs. The third race is saratoga race. Ten at three thirteen. Pm pacific time then. The fourth race is at del mar ray. Six at four forty four. There's almost an hour and a half an hour nap between the saratoga tenth of del mar six and then the rest come in quick succession. Del mar seventh is at five sixteen. Pm golden gate race. A at five thirty three pm and del mar race. Eight is five forty. Eight will decide the champion for the national haiti capping championship. So those are the races if you want to follow along and do your handicapping and you have done it already and see how you could Do if you're sitting at the final table with your own. Selections playing against some of the best handicappers in the plane. Here well we And i've got I've got those races and actually is actually even is actually some handicapping. We can do of of races. That are that are being run Very good card at saratoga. Considering that Yesterday was travers and is actually a couple of two year old events that That are coming up quite good In fact Race five right now. That saratoga six-furlong rupe detail gotta take this race rich Six furlongs for the two year old fillies. And of course yesterday chad.
AP News Radio
Christmas Supply Shortages Are Already a Concern in Britain
"It's only August but in Britain there are already worries about Christmas hauling company owner Steve Bowles says the corona virus is going to make the holiday more costly it's going to affect food is going to get clothing is going to be it's always everything you mention Christmas trees cost for bringing a container of Christmas goods from China are up seven hundred percent since last year Turkey farmer Paul Kelly says Turkey's may be hard to find for Christmas because the president up maybe that because companies the Turkey farms of made the decision they're not gonna be able to pluck them and process them toys may be hard to find to retailer Max seven says it will be true for inter active toys will have microchips might respond to your voice or touch show things that not some of those big hitting Christmas toys that kids are often might might have some supply issues many businesses are having trouble recruiting workers offering more money meaning they have to raise prices I met Donahue
News Talk 1130 WISN
"paul kelly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Report from the co all investment group. Good afternoon. I'm charter retirement Plenty. Councilor Joseph with your closing business report. Stocks traded higher today, with the major averages closing out this quarter near record highs. The first half of 2021 is finishing strong as the S and P 500 closes at a record high and its fifth positive month in a row. Meanwhile, lumber futures have tanked 42% in June. I'm pays for their worst month on record dating back to 1978. This is a huge reversal for lumber prices after a jaw dropping rally this spring. Hopefully assign that prices are stabilizing as supply and demand come back in line. On the day, the Dow was up 210 to 34,005 to the S and P 500 rose five and the NASDAQ was lower by 24 points. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and stay up to date with the latest news. I'm investing, retirement and market trends from the co all investment group, the retirement specialist. I'm Joe still standing up from Milwaukee. This is the mark Belling late afternoon show on news talk 11 30. W Y s sad. I said for those of you who weren't around because maybe you were listening to the brewer game and what a bizarro game that was. Cubs scored seven runs on the top of the first and get killed. 15 to 7 by Milwaukee. Uh That I had four examples of Points that We conservatives have been making or maybe that I've been making That we get either further evidence of or simply conclusively prove them. Here's the third story. There's an outfit called Teneo Holdings. It's a global consulting firm. You know these big corporations they want to hire an expert to tell them how to handle this sad of the other thing. There's 345 of these companies that are just huge that are into that line of work. And Penny. Oh, is one of the go to corporations. It has major clients, Coca Cola, General Electric and so odd. And the thing that it specializes it. Is dealing with issues of diversity, workplace culture, et cetera. They train corporations and how to set him put in place policies. To create Enlightened workplaces. They put on clinics in this regard. The CEO of Teneo. Is a guy named Paul Kelly. Declan Kelly. I'm sorry, Declan Kelly is the head of Teneo. And he came from all the right places. Let me quote his bio from The Wall Street Journal, formerly a newspaper reporter, Kelly moved into public relations that are the rank in the 19 nineties. He was an executive of public relations firms let a management buyout of one of them before making a move into politics. He was a top fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's 2000 and eight presidential campaign in 2000 and nine, Kelly was appointed special envoy in Northern Ireland by Mrs Clinton, who was then US secretary of State. He co founded Teneo in 2011 with former Clinton White House official Doug Band. So you got every lefty name and every lefty connection here add the type of consulting that they do is you know all these companies they need to bring in some enlightened left east to tell us how we can make sure we're diverse. How we can make sure that women are comfortable etcetera. Well, there was a recent event being held by an organization called Global Citizen. Our company has dealt business done business with them. Global Citizen is one of those organizations. It's exactly what you think It is how we need to all work together as citizens of the planet and look beyond nationalism and look beyond these concepts to all be wonderful, enlightened great citizens of the planet. In other words, lefty crapola. So here you've got the head of Kenny. Oh, this big time lefty consulting firm hanging around with a bunch of other lefties at the Global Citizen Summit. So everybody involved here is a politically correct highfalutin lefty. What have I been telling you? Forever and ever and ever and ever, really, ever since the Weinstein thing came down That while I don't believe that being a lefty makes you likelier to be a pig or an inappropriate person, I believe that being a lefty leads you to think that you can get away with being a peregrine. Inappropriate person. You take some right winger who's a pig and a latch it up. Pretty much knows. You still can't get away with it if you're caught doing it. Let's imagine I was a pig and a letch. I'm a pig and election. I act like a pig to let my career is over. But see. Met lower and Harvey Weinstein and those they don't think that way. They think the rules don't apply to them because they're in height, enlightened liberals. So remember what this event is? The Teneo is the company that pushes diversity in the workplace is paid tens of thousands hundreds of thousands millions of dollars of a major corporations to tell them how to do this, And he's at the Global citizen Initiative, which is a bunch of lefties who are all put save the world. Save the planet. Look beyond trump all that crap. The CEO of Teneo Declan Kelly, who, as I said, founded the company with Doug Band and who cut his teeth on the Hillary Clinton campaign basic how often she's coming up at today's program, isn't it? Well at the Global Citizen Initiative. This guy who is the head of Teneo. Declan Kelly starts to drink. Do you think this story is going? Take a guess. After drinking you can't imagine. Remember what he is. He's a guy diversity in the workplace how to treat women in the workplace. All these lefties are here, etcetera, hoity 20. He started making passes. Yeah, he started making passes. Nothing, Mr Get a hard to treat people in the workplace, respect everybody's rights and liberties and all of this stuff Lefty with a bunch of lefties. He's drinking a little bit, Paul says You're right. He started to make passes. Oh, he started to make passes And they started is the key word because then, according to the Wall Street Journal, he moved from making passes throughout and now groping and kissing and doing all sorts of inappropriate things with other people at this event and since, said he has apologized like great Easy and has vowed. What do you think he's vowed never to do again. Said he will never in his life again. Do what Bad. Drink. Okay? He has now resigned as the CEO of Tonio again. I am not claiming that only liberals are slide balls. What I have been telling you forever. Is that liberals think that they can get away with being slime balls because of the double standards. It's in place that allows them to excoriate and eviscerates those of us on the right for anything we do, but they believe that they have a free pass. And I'm sure my guess is this isn't the first time he got blasted is that to grab it up women so forth and so on, But he did it with the wrong bunch of people this time around, and it came back to bite him in the But given the fact that it's very hard for somebody to be the CEO of a consulting firm that tells you how to treat women with people. Appropriately in the workplace. When you're out there getting drunk and grabbing people up at a social event like this. I've got one more example of and I told you so that we'll do a little bit later on in the program, But I want to move now. First to this story. There's a guy named if you don't know this name listen to would have committed to memory.
Astra approved! But do we have a boomer problem?
"We finally got the therapeutic goods administration approval of the oxford university astrazeneca vaccine in australia. Which was something that was hinted that was coming soon last week. By paul kelly Yesterday it happened. Norman fine print. Well i'll give you a big print. I look at the big print is this is a really good decision. Untrustworthy decision on the part of the therapeutic goods administration. It creates a political problem for the government. But it's it's it's a sound decision based on the evidence so they've they've maintained an independent position so it's really quite impressive so the first thing is that they have said and i think we've presaged this on corona cast. They've said that the ideal dozy jr is twelve weeks. Apart at standard does of the astro vaccine twelve weeks apart now the evidence is from the clinical trials and presumably they got more since they published trial in december. Is that if you give the vaccine three months apart. Then you get ninety percent. Efficacy in terms of preventing symptoms mild to severe symptoms of covid nineteen and it gives one hundred percent protection against severe disease so in fact the dosage reaching recommended brings it up to the performance of the pfizer vaccine. When you say a standard dice is that the original standardise that was always being used or is that the half dose that was used in one of the parts of the trial that we were talking about las g. no martin standing is to standard doses according to the trial not the accidental. Half does that was given as part of the british trial so it's two standard doses three months apart. And if we're able to do that there's a problem with that. By the way is that you can get variance coming in as a long time to wait in new things can happen with the virus but it does give you that high degree of efficacy which is great news. The detail here is that they had a problem with their trial is that they were late. In recruiting people over sixty five and the trials do not have a large number of people aged over sixty five who actually got infected so they can't actually give you a number for the efficacy of the vaccine in the over sixty five they can give you the average but not offer the over sixty five themselves now. What they say is that in the an. It's true in the laboratory testing over sixty-five very strong antibody response. Which makes you think that you will get efficacy in new over sixty five. But they've got no proof of it in trials yet that will emerge as time goes on and there in lies the problem for the government because in the light of that they probably you know and they're going to go with the evidence people over sixty five shoud get the pfizer vaccine to be absolutely sure. It's highly likely astra one will work in over sixty five. It'll certainly prevent severe disease. You would imagine. But there's no solid evidence of that. At this time you'd be going on the antibodies on the on the flip side of that just so too negative about all this. Is that when you bring on a new vaccine into the market like influenza vaccines or others which is already being tested. Randomized trials you do tend to go on whether or not the having effective antibody response and rely on that so it's not unusual to rely on an antibody response. It's just that the moment we'd like to know that it does prevent disease. So that's the story what we'd be. What's been approved. As a ninety percent effective vaccine and therefore it will prevent severe disease and be really good at malta mortar disease and maybe prevent transmission because one of the few vaccines to be tested for transmission.
What makes Melbourne's outbreak hot or not?
"So melvin is still kind of grappling with a bit of a hotel quarantine outbreak. Hassan we've seen these holiday inn. Classic continued to grow some close contacts have tested positive to covid. There's been exposure sites are added added to the list. This rapidly growing list and while this is happening people in melbourne. Obviously watching it really closely but so people in other states. Because we've seen that. When an outbreak occurs in recent months people wanna act really quickly states when actually quickly cape the spread from spreading as much as possible and so perhaps bought is going to be throwing up again or they might be increased restrictions in melbourne. And sorry can we talk about what it takes for somewhere to be declared hotspot what goes into that decision. It's a really interesting question and clearly. It's something that we haven't clarified. Throughout the course of the pandemic in the last twelve months it's been very confusing and difficult for people to work out when we should declare hotspot if we go back to first principles the key issue here when we declare hotspot is that we're making the coal the visit an increased risk of someone being infected in a particular area. And that if they travel to another area they're going to put that area at risk so the interesting thing the maze of last twelve. It's been real indicated the people's understanding or willingness to tolerate uncertain t and the willingness to tolerate risk. And we've seen how that has been different between the states and we've also seen that evolve even within states where a state would have pulled the trigger on a particular intervention six months ago. But now they're being a little bit more nuanced in response to these the situation so we constantly learning and it's going to be an interesting thing to say what happens this time around the toll months into this pandemic in australia. It seems like the cases coming through now in sort of drips and drabs yesterday. The chief medical officer professor paul. Kelly said that he was absolutely confident. That the infection was a single event going back to the holiday inn hotel. They'll close context though are starting to test positive. Is that something you're expecting to happen or were you hoping that it could just be contained to the immediate staff and residents of the holiday inn. Look i think you always hope that it can be contains at that level but always you always have to have the expectation that it's going to spread beyond that initial chain of transmission and that is why we worked so hard to identify contexts and quarantine them and we identify context context. So we're we're working really hard to put a ring fence around the virus and to halt any chains of transmission so in some ways cases that have been identified. Today have its. Its positive that they were predicted. And that they were in quarantine and so really. It's going to be the next few days that are crucial for us to be able to identify whether we're ahead of the virus or we have to play a little bit more touch
Physical Activity Researcher
"paul kelly" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Field of the next five ten years i was. I think that you should see teaching as a huge opportunity. In because if i do a piece of research i'm sure how many people read it whether it really changes anything. That's a teach class of undergraduates status. Twenty of them each year maybe scientists or maybe medical students. A maybe is a clarification teaches. And i'm able to fundamentally change the weight of a few the importance of physical activity and if motivation and confidence to try and promote physical activity. Even if it's only half the class of the ten years that's now a of people out in the real world who are you know doing really important work in physical activity. And i think we don't value that impact anywhere near as much as we value a journal article in a in a prestigious in a prestigious publication. I think about these things and seeing value in teaching is super important are mental. When i get this session i kind of. I left the group with a question which is know we often talk about trying to influence policy makers and change the way they think if if we change the way this a first year undergraduate thinks around evidence physical activity or health you know what makes us think that we can change the mind debate. Is he important politician. So you know this is really helpful. Training for us in terms of how to construct arguments outweigh the objective. How do we presented side of things. How do we learn to advocate for one or other side. An all of this stuff comes through. Your teaching dialogue is calls so that s my views on on why would be huge benefits to the field if we could fall in a put teaching on the same same footing as research. I i fully see your point Maybe the problem is related to incentives. Like if you if you apply for job in academia basically you are asked about your publications the quality of your publications and then the teaching you just tell how many hours ohio many years you have been teaching which doesn't really tell much about the quality of your teeth in so basically. I think the incentives are wrong in academia between teaching and research. The do you see any way how we could improve the situation. I think you'll you'll comment. His is very insightful. In many cases is continuity explanation. I think if we you know maybe if we take your example and if you agree if anyone who's listening agrees with if what we're saying then let's stop by changing the order of questions in today. That's that's ask about teaching first and ask about our husky. What what have you learned about teaching. Why do you think you'll get to the students valley so you know. I think a small things we can do. I mentioned conferences before. I'd love to see sessions in our international offenses titled whilst otherwise defective. Teaching practices in is a collective health. you know maybe we should do on switch around. You know the value of teaching and teaching practices and things. So i'm sure there are things we could do to change the culture if we were motivated. You're absolutely right. Some we also need to understand the incentive send and things are out there and and if we ever get into positions to to change Incentives to feel that as a rationale to do so And and i think in the uk that sometimes the students saw evaluating the lectures right. Yup we get Annual annual students back evaluations here. And that might maybe not go. Always the right way about quality of teaching. I think sometimes student. I expect seeing that The lecturer is entertaining them. That it's it's entertaining. It's not boring to be in the elector. Their evaluation is affected. How easy was it to pass the course. so how. how do you see this student. Evaluations of teaching. Yeah i i don't know if it's the same deal listeners. In different parts of the world Yes in the we. We have student feedback and student. Satisfaction is something that is you know it drives a lot of policy decisions and you're absolutely right to that That can be another incentive to Each in a certain way or to examine in a certain way Personally i think is about expectations. Unemployment is about teach you know treating the the students in a very fair way in a very transparent way to make trying to include them in the educational process rather than of has Just be passing through university or you'll you'll calls I think it's helping them through that dialogue to see value in what you're trying to achieve in terms of learning outcomes learning objectives rather than you know what was your exam back at the end And you know but of course over stuff you know at the moment. There's a danger that's up to the individual to decide how about at like say if we could have more. Discussion is coast dialogue within outfield about. You know how we want to teach. And andy told and i'm i'm sure has fantastic practices and Examples already out.
Physical Activity Researcher
"paul kelly" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Physical I'm not sitting here a free of hypocrisy. Of course. I have done research at times. Which is which is at this in a global level so it it is a challenge. And i think it's something that i would like to see sation about You know enough field because at some point we actually need evidence on a to do rather than just describing t the scale the size of the issue and and do you see a difference between global versus local and evaluation versus. We said is the other one more of either one so the difficult question understood it. Yup i i meant that is is it If if you doing locally is in or of evaluation and if you do globally is more research so is there a difference between these two. I think you're right. I think there is likely to be a A relationship in exactly that direction but the more locally working the mo the more likely it is you're doing evaluation time And vice versa. I i think that's correct. I don't think it has to be the case. I think. I think that would be a a pretty strong correlation as you've described. And how do you see like for example. Local reserves is it. Is it so local that that it's blood of different between like let's say different in edinburgh versus classical or is it the same that if you find something in borough. It probably similar in classical the differences between different countries. Yeah i think it has to be some flexibility. And i think it depends a little bit on a probably quite a lot on on what it is you're looking at. You won't walk factor or what determine until a war strategy so to take your example of edinburgh and Bosco that the somethings which i think would be quite similar because example education in schools. And if we take an example as not gigantic differences and therefore you know what you might choose to do in a while School might be important learning if it works for an edinburgh school But there are differences as well between the cities in himself city layouts and in terms of size and for example It just so happens. That has a much more extensive local bus network which means that things might work to stimulate public transport in edinburgh may not transfer so well to gloss because of that context different I think your question it would. It would come down to call text. Come down to he. Specific research question in terms of which which scale is the most appropriate for for the work. You're doing yeah. Yeah argon. I can see that and and if we moved to another team in a moment you have something to add more to this physical activity and global and local local things. We'll have anything to add. I i'd be interested to know if people disagree at the interested to know if people have found that solutions to this it. I'm not sitting here saying bryant of mississippi that it seems to me to be attention That is relevant to too many of us anther dialogue conversations about it i think would be beneficial so I don't have to have you if you don't agree with. Am get in touch and tell me what all Yeah yeah nice to hear a clements from our listeners. Foremost sedentary behavior and physical activity researchers collecting the research. Data is one of the most frustrating steps of a project this is why we devised a revolutionary new way to collect data introducing fabian. Sense motion the beginning of a new era. Fabian sense motion is a cutting edge next generation system that allows you to easily and remotely collect store and manage data our solution features a tiny waterproof device that captures the sedentary behavior. Physical activity data a mobile app for automatic loading of the data from the device and a cloud service for managing the data even better all collected data as gdp are compliant and you have access to automatically analyzed variables of activity type send raw three axis. Accelerometer data don't compromise on the quality of your research or the project. Timeframes discover the convenient power behind our solution at sense dot. Fabian dot com that is s. e. n. s. dot fabian dot com fabian created by researchers forty such as so we discussed global alochol than than if we discuss research or teaching and the importance of teaching in academia. Yeah again something. That is really important today. elise is value. We place on teaching. And i've seen you know many instances where researchers in our field feel. Teaching is the inferior to research and it is important to be a famous researcher. And if you're a teacher Signifies said you know in different parts and i'd really like to challenge those notions and push back against them. I probably not night it a session of the early career That works for is pop. The international scientific criterion health and spoke about exactly this topic. Because you know it was clearly a sense that You know people who it also teaching felt that it was detracting from every such And you know they didn't necessarily want to feel this way but but that there was this some kind of second class You know view of of things And you know why. I'm really keen to do is is is that conversation around empowering people tv you know teaching is complementary research on both should go hand in hand and be seen on equal footing I think that's a couple of crucial arguments for that One is at you know. We need to see value in training the next generation of physical activity professionals researches advocates. And that's done through You know our undergraduate teaching Not not seeing. I think i think to not see value in those things to see them as purely. Supplementary activties is going to be is going to limit the developed.
Physical Activity Researcher
"paul kelly" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Need to adapt to our audiences sediment entering the link news. We becomes a different folder in our in our brains and pull out some of the positives research which which might resume with them at the mall. And isn't it that it's always the other side of the coin if you if you're talking about the costs of inactivity you could stain says talk about as savings of being more active that it just. It's the same thing it's defense. Which way you you tell the story absolutely and you know there is a you know. There's some really good health economics that does talk about the value of activity such business head of the health economic assessment to the heat to walking and cycling and that's designed to give a value of walking and cycling as opposed to a cost of of not doing it and i think that's really helpful as a as a communication an advocacy tool and A couple years ago in the uk and economist cooled French it really interesting piece in a national newspaper around the personal economics of active. You know and it's something that i haven't seen in other places but you know talking about how much we mind and it as individuals if we all you know having fewer six days if we saving money by not driving because we're walking cycling only sort of things which which might be really powerful arguments to the individual about that personal economic benefits being more so the personal economics it was not your paper but maybe again tail what you remember. It sounds really interesting. Not not my acre toll. It was it was just the kind of an amicus. I it was a it was a newspaper. Caraba the adhesive research ameinias of research gap could be filled by the listeners. Them it didn't ask the question of what would be the hustle. Economic impact of being active. And it what it was. Things like savings on travel costs. Speed up Trained fast driving. If you're able to all cycle of some of the journey is a a gym subscription is that you know net positive or net negatives out and also you know how much value do we place them. You know health now wellbeing and mental health as we as we get older and as we move through the life stage. It's a if if walking Gives us opportunities while social with family and friends value to be on that You know and if By getting more active able to reduce chances of illness and a meal health in the future is not gonna stateless. Money is not gonna be something that we would value and you know. I think is really interesting ideas that i haven't personally seen Explored in detail and research. Got until you ask the question that some it does seem like something. Quite interesting exploration to make Yeah yeah sounds sounds really interesting to makes makes sense and if we move to another team close or local what level do you think we should be doing our research. Where should we focus. Kind of depends what you want to achieve. Maybe it's sound cynical if you want to get published in high ranking journals go local i sorry goebel Until he wants to do research. That is going to be impactful You know in terms of policy makers and practitioners being able to use it Than than i think you need to go local because it's not locally contextual information. It is most useful to the people who are actually doing health promotion. Ask a kind of casual observation from me. That's kind of well established in in the you know the literature around policy studies Knowledge transfer and implementation and it becomes a challenge frat field because as the university university encourage you to publish. High ranking christina's journals. Not would encourage you to do you know global analysis of one thing or another but if you go and speak to the local physical activity lead may feel town of your city. They want to washingt they. Deliver locally is all well and good telling me about global statistics. At doesn't tell me what i should do about problem and attention in.
Physical Activity Researcher
"paul kelly" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Here's your host researcher and entrepreneur ali. Ticket welcome everyone. I'm very excited about the forthcoming episode as we are going to be talking about measurement of physical activity differences between evolution and research and whether we should focus our research locally or globally and also whether we should be more positive in our research communicates will also touched upon the importance of teaching in academia. Our guest has done his phd at university of oxford about the validity and reliability of self reported travel behavior currently. He's working as reader in physical activity for health at the university of edinburgh. Ladies and gentlemen. I'm honored to introduce a guest dr paul kelley. Welcome paul thanks for having me ali. Yeah i can see that so one one thing that you in the in the notes before we started that we discuss about a research communication. That should we be more positive in our research communications. Did you tell more about this. Yeah i mean it's a it's a big interest of mine you know. Not just me but Colleagues from around the world is something we talk about a lot. A cause much of the physical activity research can be characterized by Talking about bad things will happen to you if you want. Sufficiently active says lots of three such rounds risk of mortality risk of diabetes risk of cancer risk of depression The burden of the activity. And i don't think we should be. We should stop doing that research. Because he's clearly helped establish the field right from the world health organization down to national and local government. So i think it's important was but i also you know if you look at how in general in the in the broader society people promote fat at productivity will services. They generally seven ideas. Look how good your wife would be. If only you would buy our cau- our soft drink alan designer jeans or whatever it might be my assumption. Is that these companies have unquenchable tooth research and spent lots of money to figure out the most effective way of getting people to do the behavioral. They want so it seems to me that might be a big gap or big opportunity in visit to complement the focus on burden with research. That looks at the the benefits of being active. Saying there's none of that. Of course there is. But i think if the weight on the kind of the the narrative discourse in field often focuses on you know look how bad in activities and i wonder if when we do out public communication and dissemination. There's no been for of scientists. It's meant for the people who we are. Hugli supporting to be more active. We can have a lot more walk. That's the social benefits of being active. Did you know about the mood. Benefits of being. Did you know about the energy you'll feel and all of these in politics we know this You know that's are evidence or good evidence for him getting better as the guess what we're talking about who made we say about the versus the negatives and you know it's led to a kind of such projects around messaging and communication which has been really interesting and kind cited nicely with the The release of the updates it off the level of physical activity recommendations and also here in the u tape a chief medical officer recommendation. We're getting some good opportunities to feed into the communication strategies their and the messaging and to try. And at least you get this idea of an we talk about the positives you know on the title as well as as well as talking about the increased relative risk of diabetes if you are under the recommended activity levels yeah i fully see your point. Do you think it's it's in a way that researchers when they for example make a grant application they need to say. How much does it cost now. And we could have cost savings and then the research is kind of get into this mode even when communicating to normal people when it should be actually use tink the whole thing again. How do we market this to people. How do we make the move. And kind of forget the way that we we applied for funding. Yeah he might be. I think you might be onto something there early. You know we. The grant funding bodies obviously haven't really important role in shaping the field and the of recession. It's dominant if if a sense that they respond well to talking about the size of the problem you know that would always reinforce us to to think that that's the way to think and the way to speak in the way to communicate and you know it. I don't know how to change this. I think it's important to talk about it and think about it but you know. Should we do conferences where you know. At least half of the sessions needs to talk about the benefits as opposed to you know the homs is. It's about us all agreeing that you know we. We need to have You know strategies and approaches that. help us sh- like say. Shift that way of thinking when when we stop talking to make. Because maybe policymakers due to about the size and the cost of a maybe we.
Physical Activity Researcher
interview With Dr Paul Kelly
"A guest dr paul kelley. Welcome paul thanks. For having me only yeah. Great to have you I noticed that in your twitter handle you have narrow ball. Could you tell listeners. That beat about narrow boats and how fast they actually go. Very happy to try Let's get six name. Because it's only i guess about eight feet wide and it not navigates on the canals Sort of stay human built also ways that we have across the uk but of course in in europe and other possible as well and You know traditionally for moving cargo and austral- revolution five these days the recreational recreational ways that we have all the days so we can we walk around there about three three miles per hour. If you walk alongside even are and then every mile or so you jump off and A play with the law can help the boat rise off down to go over a hill. Something yes just a a wonderful way to to spend your time. So i only recommend if you ever get the opportunity to halacha. Yeah yeah what else staying in uk. I i saw quite a lot of those in in ways. And i i was in place I don't really know how to pronounce it in way. Well spot llangollen and they have these priests and you don't go under that fritz with the boat but you go on the brits. So it's a it's a big rates and you can go overnight till the debts. That's amazing amazing place. Yes this is a very famous bridge you described and it's spectacular and yes any of your listeners. You have an opportunity to visit. I highly recommend. Yeah yeah the way to relax going three miles per hour on kennel. So if we move to your personal and professional background how how did you come to this point in how. How did you move from travel behavior to physical activity shore. So i'm i guess. I'm a physiologist. By training i did my masters in in physiology sports physiology but towards the end of the course. I'm had a lecture from foster who kind of encouraged us to think about the population benefits of. I'm spoilt in activity as opposed to be performance. Siping looking at and this was kind of my first Steps into physical activity public health research and my dissertation with charlie ultimately my my phd and we ended up doing a project looking at measurement of i think as you mentioned in the introduction How how could self reported. Diaries travel logan of walking cycling. And and yeah. It was kind of looking at menton in great detail and come to try Understand some of the strengths and limitations and alleges that is really led me to focus now on things like evaluation which can rely heavily on on measurement and and also you know the science that we do suddenly the concentrate. Science relies on measurement in some way. So you know it's a really nice Avenue into into multiple different study designs and areas of research and new said about evason How'd you out to define the to what what is excellent difference between evaluation and research congressional To be careful because mine definition may may may not be the right one and may disagree with You know your listeners. And other people me. Research is is quite tightly bound by the radical constraints or heretical considerations and might might be bound by the paradigm and certain methods. You know we might immediately think of the evidence based sorry. The hierarchy of evidence from evidence based medicine privileging certain study designs study types either others whereas i think evaluation is is much more focused on real world decisions have to be made regardless of whether the perfect study design as possible and you know therefore we have to be flexible in our approaches to what we can learn about the world and we learn about policy and health promotion to try and at least offer some useful evidence for that for the next round of decisions decision. Making so you know. I don't know thousand your question. But i think it it. It goes some way to kind of outlining. How i might see the to is as not being exactly the same thing. Yeah i get your point and an s you wanted to bring this up dc. It's
Between The Lines
Has Scott Morrison spent too much?
"Me. If you've already heard me mention this but one of my favorite quotes during the covid crosses a pdf the guardian. This is the British lift wing newspaper. Now, this was the heart of the coronavirus crisis. It would have been light much quote just as there are no atheists on a sinking ship, there are no free marketeers during a pandemic. Now, the author of that apt quote Jonathan Freedland, he was referring to the audio logical revolution within the British conservative. Party. Now, according to Freedland Boris Johnson's his have defied four decades of thatcherism small-state free-market, thinking I to spend staggering amounts of money and then subsidizing the wages of workers. Could the same thing be said about Australia's Liberal Party they're the party of Howard and Costello now embraces big-spending high deficit government interventionism. And is a permanent state of affairs poor kilis editor at large of the Australian US pipe and Judas Brit is emeritus professor of politics at Latrobe University poll judy welcome back to the show. Hristo Paul, you've written to calms about this subject in the past week, summarize your faces. Will Martha is that all parties and all governments have to respond to the times in which they find themselves on display in Australia. Now we face an extraordinary economic crisis and the response reveals the nature of Scott Morrison, his prime minister and the Mars and government. So Morrison, not responding as Liberal Party progressive or is it Liberal Party conservative? He doesn't see himself in those terms his responses pragmatic selects able and practical. He's not inhibited by former policy and audio logical icons of the Liberal Party. Say What we say is the government has abandoned the long-term syllabus aspirations. It's A. Big Spending government it's a government government intervention focused on Keynesian demand management. It does however on the Liberal Party tradition of tax cuts will see next week. So it's prepared to regulate or deregulate according to the situation according to what's required. So to sum up say that Morrison wants to be defined by results and outcomes not philosophical principle. Okay. You mentioned the tax cuts leaving that aside traditional liberal governments are about balancing the books Paul, how much an as do you think aries in the Liberal Party about in the parliament and outside about these handouts to preserve jobs and livelihoods? Are. I. Don't think there's much on these at all OPTIMA and Tom. and. A couple of reasons for this if there is to be on, he's He's will come through the down the track, but essentially what's happening here is to govern is following the Orthodoxy or what you might call the new Orthodoxy in terms of meeting the financial and economic crisis. So roller response is sort of radical. It's also conventional. The official family is working together very closely. The Treasury the Reserve Bank, what the government is doing is essentially supported by private-sector economists. It's in law and with Patrick amended by the VCD and the IMF not the cabinet is very nodded, the Prime Minister and the treasurer are working very closely together so far the results look good. I think the Overwhelming sentiment on the back benches. Support, the government strategy in the hope that this gives individual employees, the chance of actually being reelected and my will give the government the chance of being reelected. So the reinvention of Australian liberalism is on full display with this budget judith break you agree with Paul Kelly about the the audio logical significance of these changes but actually think the government had much choice in that sense I do think we can see something audio logical preferences in a couple of the policies poor mentioned the tax cuts they've chosen tax cuts over for example, committing to a permanent increase in new act now co Job Seca. They've also, for example, if we look at the way, they wanted to stimulate the housing market. They've gone for giving money to individual owners rather than, for example, embarking on a social housing project. So I think in some of the means, we can still see some of the ideological preferences of the Patty. One of the things I've wondered when I've been watching the events unfold. If Labor had won the last election was in government with the Liberals have supported the same levels of spending or would they have if you like stayed in the sort of ideological bunker bean and attacked the blow out of the deficit? I mean, it's a hypothetical. In some ways I think we've been very lucky that it's been the liberals and the coalition in government because they can sense being able to Ghana much more support. I, think than I have been able to do for the same levels of spending but isn't cameras response to the COVID crosses more consistent with other Western governments during the pandemic Judy. Yes that's what I think. I had much option but the question is if the coalition of being opposition, would they have supported a Labor government going? You've written a lot about this have many many decades about when orthodoxies or overturned. It's usually bipartisan is that you'll since if the coalition cypher argument's sake wherein opposition I would have gone along with this big spending interventionism. Look are essentially agree with what Judy's said about this I think in a sense we're. Fortunate, if you liked that the coalition's in government because it's taken all the big spending decisions. and. Lay has been prepared to go along with back. In fact, it's argued that there should be even more spending. So in that sense, we've had a broad degree of thought-out ship within the economic framework. It is hot the typical of course to tron speculate about what would have happened if alive had been in office doing this but I do think that the coalition in opposition would have been tempted to make caught a lot of criticisms and to suggest that the spending had gone too far. There's a big difference for party thing in government managing across and being an opposition. Cape with this theme of a political realignment among center right parties around the Western world. If you think about Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen, he tapped into widespread anxieties. America's rust belt. What can class constituencies? Boris Johnson showed last December, he resonated with traditional British Library voters in the Midlands and northern England. Judy. Do you think that Morrison in a wise doing the same thing here in Australia? Now, I think they're very different sorts of crises. I mean the pandemic is an external. Crisis, it's not being caused by politics in any way it's not back nationalism versus globalism or any of those things, and so I don't agree with that. I agree with what Paul was saying earlier that Morrison's shown himself to be pragmatic and quick footed in this and I think we're lucky for that. But I I don't think that this lines up with bricks and with trump's appeal to the rest spilled poor Kelly. Well I think conservatism is changing if you look at. America Britain Australia and there's not a dopey getting very significant changes into servitude. Thought. Different changes argued very strongly that there are very substantial differences between Donald Trump and Scott Morrison. I think people who argue that. Morrison is a pilot version of DONALD TRUMP MAUREEN DOWD in the New York Times by the way, but go on. I think. I think turned him mentally misunderstand the situation I. Think the change in conservatism is very dramatic in the United States. If you'd like because we've got the transition from Ronald, Reagan who a generation ago was the great conservative champion, and now we have Donald Trump, who if you lock is a populist conservative? And that transformation is simply enormous install ending content I mean trump violates all the virtues of conservatism in terms of restraint prudence disciplined respect. Regard for the political system, he thrives on division. So he likes all the traditional conservative norms, and then when looks at his policies. Well he's sabotage the global trading system. He's an arch protectionist. He's engaged in this trade war with China he's appraised dictators and suspicious about. So I guess one of the Fundamental Christians here is the extent to which trump is an aberration. And the extent to which post trump American concert is we'll have to try and create a new position cognisant of the damage that trump has done to the traditional Republican Party
AP News Radio
Tiger at NYC's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus
"Animals are not taking tests away from humans because they're not getting the same corona virus test as humans says Dr Paul Kelly the chief veterinarian at the Bronx there's no competition between the two there wasn't a choice made you know that we were going to spend that human tests done in animal nodding at the four year old Malayan tiger was sedated blood taken and sent to of that lab there's even a limited test for animals like humans the other Tigers and lions at the zoo are all presumed positive infected by an employee you know it's human to lion and tiger but we don't know the specific Callie says other than the original coronavirus jump there's no evidence that an animal has infected a person Julie Walker New York
Mike Pence Honors Fallen Soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery
"While President Trump in Japan over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Vice President Mike Pence at the annual wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. USA radio's Timberg with his remarks. Vice President Mike Pence addressing a crowd at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day, the vice-president shares, a story of a servicemember who paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Paul Kelly was actually the son of a Vietnam fighter pilot. He was commissioned in nineteen eighty two is an officer through the university of Dayton's ROTC program served in leadership positions with the army national guard, Colonel Paul Kelly was a man who built up all those who served around. He was known as dedicated husband whose wife Maria and a proud father of his two sons, John, and Paul, David Kelly, a helicopter pilot, but he wasn't man in this thing on twenty January two thousand seven. When he was lost in Iraq