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New Hampshire Legislator Calls to Rally Others to Run for Office
"And one of the things I did is Had enormous number of books as you can tell, and I went through them, and I tried to pick what I considered the most, uh Iconic and most powerful for them. On the left. And then, uh, take the sections that I thought were most important and then sort of narrow those down and then explain them. And then in the end of each chapter tied together, And then, of course, the end of the book say We got a rally Now. Do you see things changing at all? You know you're a state rep in New Hampshire. I don't think people are very happy with what's going on in this country. Do you? No, they're not. I see that people are absolutely rallying, usually after an election things quiet down, but we've had people getting involved staying involved going to town Council meetings. School board meetings. We had the Wyndham audits for those ballots that had been miscounted because of those folds and we see people that are involved every day here and we have some more opportunities for people to get involved. We actually have two special. We've already had two special elections where 400 person health. We have two more special elections scheduled and we might have another four. So there's opportunities for people to run and get involved and be involved both at the state level as well as next spring for their town cities or school board, So it's a really exciting time because there's so much momentum carrying over So many people that are still so involved, and I'm hoping that we can really keep moving this forward. Uh,
Wu-Tang Clan Album Sale Pays off Martin Shkreli's Court Debt
"The single copy of the unreleased album by Wu Tang clan that was owned by entrepreneur Martin Shkreli has been sold for an undisclosed sum I'm marquees are loaded with the latest who has the once upon a time in Shaolin album by Wu Tang clan there's only one copy and Martin Shkreli A. K. A. pharma bro bought it for two million dollars in twenty fifteen he was convicted in twenty seventeen of securities fraud federal prosecutors sold the album Tuesday to satisfy Shkreli seven point four million dollar forfeiture order while prosecutors will not say who is the new owner or how much that person paid they will say the sale covers the rest of what Shkreli owed the album came in a silver jeweled box and all thirty one tracks have never been played in public
1 Person Dead, 4 Still Missing in German Chemical Explosion
"An explosion at an industrial park the chemical companies in Germany has killed at least one person with over a dozen injured and others still missing the explosion at a waste management facility in a city near Cologne sent a large black cloud into the air Germany's federal office for civil protection and disaster assistance initially had classified the incident as an extreme threat but later the Cologne Bonn department tweeted that measurements of the S. pollution did not show any kind of abnormality however police want all residents to stay inside and warm people from outside the city to avoid the region I'm Charles de Ledesma
ON24 Chief Marketing Officer Steve Daheb Describes The Hybrid Future Of Marketing
"Yesterday we talked about basically the transition. We've all gone through not just for marketers. Where probably relatively familiar with webinars and digital events but there are other industries that were forced to go digital. And now we're sort of faced with this new normal of we've all understood the power of digital technology and digital events but we kind of are used to going to in-person events so we're facing this hybrid future of marketing. Talk me a little bit about what that means. What is the hybrid future of marketing to you. When sort of interesting thing to think of his since we have gone through this change in cheer point we've experienced these benefits of digital engagement. It's like as we move to including physical events in our marketing in our engagement. How do we make sure that we still retain those benefits that we've all enjoy going to digital i whether it's extended reach or his idea continuous engagement for the first person data or even were able to get a lot of this data on the integrated into our ecosystems. And so i think what we found was a lot of us just sort of had to move to digital first and then i think like so many things. Maybe you're forced to do that. I don't know my dad or mom amy. Do you realize there's actually worse in. It's sort of a better way. But i do think for many less. We do want to get back to more of a hybrid type rudge so blending that digital engagement with physical and one of the things that we're looking at doing hopkin to our customers about is actually how to trade a single integrated call it simultaneous experience for both in person and virtual attendance because that gives you the benefits of maybe not. Everybody's gonna comment verse or a lot of companies. Ray able to broaden their reach instead of getting people at a particular location that they have a flyer to disengagement web in our. Let's use sort of anybody at ten wherever they want. And you can rerun it or have it on demand so one of the things that were focused on is providing what we're calling hybrid audience engagement. There were audiences whether they're physical or virtual. They can do the same presentations they can interact with the same digital content. They can participate in the same polls and surveys request trials or demos in. Even we'd have this idea of breakout rooms. Were once a presentation. Estan bunch of those to jump out into breakout rooms in network. Imagine you can do. Hybrid breakout rooms. Where those who might be in person as well as those who might be attending remotely can still network together so we think it's interesting how it's gonna
Is Alex Rodriguez Dating Again?
"Alex rodriguez is still obsessed with jennifer lopez yesterday. All these rumors blew up. The alex was dating this. Nfl broadcaster. her name is melanie. Collies very beautiful but that is not sure my sources tell me because he still obsessed with jaylo sources. Tell me the following quote. Alex is the most competitive person you will ever meet. He's e- guy was bruised. Jennifer dumped him however when she got back together with ben. Alex is ego was destroyed. There is no way. We're going to see alex dating to gay. And until he finds himself get his an a list actress with an oscar so jennifer mood onto bed. who has an oscar. He's a list so what they say. Is alexey so competitive. He's not going to end up dating somebody on tv. He's gonna want what jen has which is an a. List oscar winner. It's ridiculous but it's also true. What do you think mister. Oh my goodness. I was just having this conversation with a friend. Saying there's no way alex can up jennifer lopez. She's dating ben affleck. He's gone an oscar and so of course our reporting supports all of that. It's always hard to see your ex move on right and then when it's somebody's so shiny and bright. It's difficult but alex. I think you just need to find somebody that you actually care about. Maybe this is the problem in the first place you wanted to be with somebody with a certain status instead of somebody enjoyed having time with. I don't know but it seems kind of crazy. I go on and find true love. That's what i want for you.
The Difference Between Taming and Treating your Mental Health
"Is a mental health epidemic but one in six adults use psychiatric medications. One in four americans will go on to develop a mental illness at some point in their lifetime. And why is all this happening. What's the problem what's actually going on. We'll we're treating mental health from name. It blame it team at approach. So what is this name. Somebody comes in and they're diagnosed with anxiety the name it. Then you say okay. We're gonna blame this. On your biochemistry in imbalance serotonin or dopamine. Then we're going to tame it with medication anti-anxiety medication let's say benzodiazepine. And that's really what it's doing it's taming it. It's re reducing the signal that your body is giving because anxiety and depression are signals signals. That something is going wrong and these medications or quieting those signals. Sometimes we do need to tame these things and sometimes it's really important to team that you can actually get to the root of it Efficaciously if somebody's in a place where they can't handle the treatment than teaming at makes a lot of ads. What is the solution. Now how do we move out of this epidemic so our solution is to really switch our focus and have its paradigm shift around mental health. Mental health is established when a person is able to feel whole we have certain human requirements certain needs and these need to be met in order to feel whole when these needs of a human are not met when chronic illness rises. We'll talk about what i mean by these needs as we go on. We need to start to focus on wellness promotion versus joe symptom management so for just treating anxiety with an anti anxiety medication. And that's really symptom management. Were not getting to the root of why was this person anxious in the first
Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden
"Lynn thank you so much for doing this. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. Let's maybe start with for those that don't know you maybe give a quick thirty seconds on just what you spend all day doing and then kind of your perspective with the research service that you've got which i think is absolutely fantastic and high suggest people go subscribe to but how do you kind of think of your day to day role and what you spend your time focused on mostly research so my background is initially an engineering and i went into engineering management kind of blended into finance and then now i i work fulltime. Doing investment research as independent analysts as most of my time is research books on individual companies as well as physically major sectors and overall what's happening in the macro space so inflation policy that sort of thing got it and so when you look where we are today it feels like the fed is the most important person in the market and kind of their monetary policy decisions. Some of the fiscal policy decisions that are being made as well. How do you kind of create a framework to evaluate what's happening and what the impact of that will be in the future. Is there a specific framework that you use. The closest thing after a framework is the concept of the long-term debt cycle popularized by radio. And so. that's the idea that you know we go through these five. Ten year business cycles With with rising debt. And you have a recession and then you you go into next cycle but if you string a bunch of those together we actually seen is that. Each cycle doesn't reset to the previous one in terms of debt or industry. Since what you get it's higher and higher debt as a percent of gdp over time and you get lower lower interest rates and that that that happens for decades until industry rates run into roughly zero or some cases mildly negative and so they run out of that policy. Ruin up to pull in other types of tools and so the last time we were in this type of virement in most countries was actually back in the nineteen forties. And so you know. We have a lot of analog to that time obviously with different technology at things like that. So that's that's actually my main probably a model framework But then you know more more tactically. I'm just kind of looking at. What are the bottlenecks in the system. policymakers to do something. and so. because we're at the end of a long term death cycle. We're in a very macro heavy environment. And some of things that people expect the past say thirty four years are behaving very differently this environment that that's how i approach
Bad Bosses: The Technical Expert Who Fails at Leadership
"Of different types of bad bosses but we're going to talk about a certain type or certain arch types in this episode so We're gonna talk about how being techs technical expert who fails leadership is one of the many ways in which a manager can be a bad boss. We're gonna talk about what we can learn from the research on. And this is a term that using the research for those people that like to google. Stop abusive supervision And then we're going to talk about dealing with this particular type of bot boss if you're in that situation right right so let's start off with that first. Part which is being technical expert who fails leadership is one of the many ways in which a manager can be a bad boss. So i guess taking that first piece this technical expert piece. That's just part of the equation. Right and what this probably suggests in the situation is that technical expertise is the reason why that person was promoted in the first place. You know. many organizations look around and say who do we got. Who's doing really well. They find someone who's doing really well. And they say okay. Let's make him a manager without giving due thought and consideration to the idea that. Hey maybe what made you successful in your individual contributor role has nothing or very little to do with those skills you need in a managerial or leadership capacity. And so i think that's probably part of what's going on here and you have technical expert. Who gets promoted into a leadership position. The technical expertise doesn't have a ton to do with success at that level. So it's a common reason for promotion doesn't always equate to success as a manager but being technical doesn't necessarily kill your ability to be a good measure in fact it can't be a really good thing right. Yeah i mean we have all these technical organization's. It organizations google. For pete's sake you know you need hardcore technical chops and you need hard core manager chops
Miami Condo's Collapse Last Victim ID'D: Family
"The Florida building collapse has been identified like Hadiya tells the AP. His sister Estelle Hadiya, was the last person of the fallen condo to be identified of the 98 victims removed from the rubble. Identification ends a four week wait for the family. Southeastern Conference is about to
Dating Coach, Damona Hoffman on Online Dating & Finding Love
"Online dating provides you an opportunity to access a wide pool of dating of daters and to screen through people. Before you get to the date. Now of course with that comes a bunch of challenges. Which i'm sure your your listeners have written about but the us with more with more opportunity comes more difficulty with making all the decisions and falling through all the steps that you need to to get to love so totally titled that if it's so like in going through this whole experience and being in this industry for so long. What is the best dating advice. You feel like you ever received you pass along or what do you feel. Even if you didn't receive it. Something that you feel is is the best dating advice that you have. The best dating advice is really to be authentic. I think what we say is the worst dating advice that i received. Was you know you have to dress a certain way. You have to look a certain way to be attractive. And i really fell into that line of thinking of you know. The standard of beauty is one way. And and you know all admit like i spent a lot of years feeling unattractive feeling rushed rated like going out to bars and like all. My friends are getting for their numbers. And i'm like what's going on and now lies when i started online dating. There were a lot of men that were interested in me that were suitable partners from me but they weren't necessarily the same guys that i would be meeting in bar so people like to say. Oh i don't want. I don't want only dating to be my story. I don't i don't like online dating. And they like to cut out in one entire method of meeting people. But it's like. I didn't stop going to bars and parties because i had met my match there and saying like oh i hate mars parties because There are there are no guys who like me i will. Yeah and in my dating dating pool. I think it's important to realize that the world is a large place and there's so many interesting wonderful people that don't happen to be in our backyard. That aren't at our corner bar aren't at the place aren't at the places we go to all the time where we're exposed to meeting new people and so the obviously we live in a time where we have modern technology and we should use it to our advantage in order to meet the person that is like the. I wouldn't say perfect for us. Because i do think that we do have a lot of soul mates out. There agree
Our Kids Are Still Dealing With the Traumas of COVID
"I kind of feel like. We're looking at this the wrong way in that. We need to focus on our children's mental wellness right now and not expect them to get back to where we were in two thousand nineteen and that in no way am. I saying we shouldn't focus on school and education. Of course we should but we need to get our priorities. Reorganized and our kids are still dealing still with the traumas of cova. It's not gone. Everybody like i was just telling out. I was listening to a podcast this morning about you know the unvaccinated and the delta variant and everything and this is still a thing us that Chicago public schools are requiring masks. Right and that. We may need to wear masks again in even outside functions and my point is is. It's not to say whether that's good bad right wrong. It's that we want our kids to like push past all of this and we're still in a ray area and why that me why that relates to this article and our kids being lonely as they still don't know how much to invest in going back to school. Will i have to go back online. Sport will get canceled again. We'll this travel team really workout or is it not going to work out. Should i even attempt to go lollapalooza or is it going to get cancelled like and are my friends. Still my friends. I haven't really spent any time with them because of cova d- You know our who's you know. They may tell you. Like john says in this article that oh yeah. I'm snap chatting with friends or i'm connecting with friends. But are they really. Yeah i was going to say. I think that most kids including some you know we have. Three daughters are rebuilding relationships with their friends. You know think about it. Any relationship of You know i travel for work. And i'm gone a few days. We have to re connect right. Covert was basically a year. Where you didn't see your friend cracked like real time in person with your friends. So it's i think as an adult where like. Oh yeah just go just jump back in where you left off right and it doesn't work that way.
'Liberty and Tyranny' Predicted Giving Coronavirus Passes to Illegal Aliens
"To the front under this again. But the late Madeline Palin, Eric Osbon wrote. By default. We grant health passes to illegal aliens. Yet many illegal aliens harbor fatal diseases. An American medicine front and vanquish long ago. By default. We grant health persons Now listen. We are granting Coronavirus passes. Delta variant passes to illegal aliens. I remember it back 12.5 year. I remembered something like that in the book, and that's what I was looking for. During the break. We are granting health passes. To illegal aliens. And in some cases, legal aliens were coming across the border right now, because The government's processing them so quickly. They don't know what they're doing them. We're granting health passes. Coronavirus covid 19 whatever you wanna call it. Delta variant passes to people coming into this country from other countries. Crossing the southern border. What is Anthony Fauci have to say about that? What does CNN have to say about that? Where's the CDC medical directive about that? Nothing, nothing and nothing. They're getting health passes while Americans are getting ready to get locked down again, uh, ain't happening. Not happening. You're supposed to wear masks inside. Even if you're vaccinated your people coming across the border who are not vaccinated, getting health passes, and that's the phrase to use health passes.
'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold
"I want you to be Really quite uplifted by something. American Marxism. In the first week sold as you know, 400,000 copies, hardcover and all other platforms. Unheard of This past week it sold Another 150,000. The vast majority of which were hardcover. This has given a take was the final numbers aren't in likely a bit higher. That's 550,000 copies in one form or another of American Marxism in the hands of half a million people. The book. Many books and audio But a book. A substantive book. A serious book. And at the end of the book, an action plan in the book. This gives me a lot of hope. Because when you folks read the book and take your time, but when you read the book You'll be able to pass the knowledge and information on the person down the street. People who live with you. And others. This is important. This is our Thomas Paine and Paul Revere moment. Not because I said it, but because it is And you are all participating in it. You are all participating in it.
The Left Is Trying to Redefine Words Like Homophobia to Invert Reality
"But you've really hit on it. I mean you mentioned earlier. This this word transphobic or homophobic and and He's kind of silly words. Because what they've done by by coining redefining homophobia is. They've redefined a sort of traditional religious moral opprobrium for certain sexual acts as an irrational fear that's bigoted and terrible and with trans-phobia they've redefined the plane observation that men are not women as an irrational fear and bigoted hatred of of somebody. I mean it's a magnificent li- like it's it's magnificent lie. It's it's extraordinary thing. And that the the normal repulsion one fields for for something. That's deeply confusing to to any of us as a human being is is labeled you know some kind of a neurosis right and there's there's irony in that because i would argue that many people Who are having these gender issues. They are deeply wounded And mentally Motionlessly deeply deeply wounded and confused. And i don't say that To make light of it. I it my my heart breaks. Frankly for somebody struggling with that but yeah the idea that suddenly you're you're called your transphobic like really like that's the best thing to do. You made up a word and now you're beat me over the head with that and a lot of people will say. Oh oh. i didn't realize. I'm sorry i'll i'll take it back well. Of course there's something that's going a little haywire if if you're a man who thinks that he's a woman but now you know we. We can't say that. And i think it's important for conservatives to recognize that political correctness is not just a battle between pure free speech on the one hand and peer censorship on the other. It's it's really about competing sets of standards in many ways. So even when pc uses euphemisms they'll they'll you know they'll say we can say some things they'll say we can't say other things. So does chivalry does. Every society every society has taboos. But when pc use euphemisms they'll say you know rather than calling a woman of a certain age a woman of a certain age instead of an old hag just to be polite right. I mean that that that is softening the reality but it's not undermining the reality. It's just how we how we are polite. What the left will do is. They'll they'll call a criminal justice involved person now. That's not just watering down. The that is inverting. The re the one thing you cannot call a criminal is a justice involves person because what defines the criminals that he's involved in injustice and so i think it's this way to manipulate language not to soften reality or be a little polite. It's to invert reality
Is Now the Time to Go Into 8K TV?
"Televisions are the next big thing and tv's but they've always been insanely expensive prices coming down now the right time to consider. I wrote a chain. This is your daily charge joining me. That's foremost tv. Expert david campfire. Welcome david good to be here. Roger so there is a new tv. That won't entirely. Break your bank right. Tell me about the deal tv so. Tcl is known as a relatively affordable tv and in our reviews we. We've given us a pretty good picture. Quality the higher end models are some of the best picture quality for the money and so they said this year that they're finally gonna come out with k. Tv they're gonna be joining samsung l. g. Sony in the eight k. Race all those brands are a lot more expensive than this. Tci also sixty five inches. The smallest You can get this. Tv in its twenty two hundred dollars and the cheapest You know. Non ak tv out there. Sixty five inches is about three grand. So that's a big discount He seattle is being very aggressive with the price. And just so. I think it's good context around that. It's like a sixty five inch four k. A very nice sixty five inch four k. tv. How much is that going to cost you about Twenty two twenty three hundred bucks. the best metric is a. Lg's a lead tv's and those are four k. resolution of the affordable ones or four k. resolution and Their series which is their mainstream series. Which is a spectacular television Right now caused by twenty two hundred bucks twenty three hundred bucks so about one hundred dollars slightly more expensive than the tcl but it's an old lead. You know based on everything. I've seen i'll say this upfront. Haven't seen this. Tcl eight k tv at in person. So i don't know for sure. What is fish qualities like but just based on underlying technology led versus you know the q. Lead lcd technology that uses. I think the g. lead will have a better overall picture despite having lower resolution.
Maureen Dowd Manufactures Fear Over Global Warming
"I told you. I read comments to articles not just comments on my own. Columns columns have comments usually and i love reading them. 'cause that's the face of the of the world that reads that website right so the new york times has its readers and they are virtually to a person cardboard cutouts of leftist and is a fascinating thing through the comments. Maureen dowd columnist new york. Times had a hysterical piece on global warming. It's over it's just over death and mayhem. A greenland is disappearing. Antarctic is disappearing life on earth as we know it is disappearing been. I've been hearing this since nineteen ninety. It's now thirty years that everything is horrible. In the meantime by the way. I should just not to you a fact but facts. Don't bother these people and that fact is noted by bjorn. Lomborg the dane who writes about these matters. Fewer and fewer people die from climate related natural disasters. This is even true. Twenty twenty one despite breathless climate reporting over the past hundred years annual climate related deaths have declined by more than ninety six percent in the nineteen twenties. The death count from climate related. Disasters was four hundred. Eighty five thousand on average every year in the last full decade. It was eighteen thousand three hundred to ninety six percent lower. But this doesn't matter to to maureen down none of this matters.
A European University Adds An Esports Education Platform ft. Richard Withers of KAMK
"Led to the development of this new. Kind of Esports education platform for the University. Yeah. So so firstly, thank you for having me. I appreciate it off. Any opportunity to discuss the topic of Esports education especially in this day and age. I think they're sort of a a stigma surrounding the topic of a sports education. Especially with certain people in the industry, wanting to put out some less than valuable should I say opportunities for for up-and-coming talent, where you're not really getting a valuable education and you're putting a lot of money into this. So, it's really important for me to come on these sort of shows and just highlight that there are some some great players in the scene who are really providing some valuable education for those who want to pursue a career in sports. As you said I'm the E Sports development manager here at kind of University of applied sciences. We're definitely not the largest here in Midland but when it comes to sort of gaming and he Sports, we've developed quite a unique ecosystem surrounding that from the University universities Inception, quite some time ago. Now far before I join a gym One, they've had a well-known and well-respected game development. Degree offered in finished. Some of the graduates of went on to the largest game development, companies in the world, like supercell Rovio soft. So there was already that amazing gaming culture here that University, but when we were able to be one of the first, if not only the, the first in the world to offer a full bachelor's degree, these Sports business, of course that further exemplified our, our ecosystem here surrounding gaming and Esports. So although we are a smaller University on many of our students are focusing on the topic of either game development or e-sports. So it's definitely a very exciting opportunity for us. The degree itself is practical degree, of course, not during these times with covid-19 and everything, we've had to transition to an online format but fingers crossed going into the upcoming month. Autumn all of our students will be back with us on campus. That said, has been for the past three years, which is amazing. Especially as our course heavily focuses on the Practical elements. So getting our students that valuable hands-on experience and allowing them to grow their Network pool. So, of course, that is made much easier. When you're able to actually come in person off, we're constantly having industry experts. Come to speak to the students. And there are many student owned and operated organizations, like constant GT, which you mentioned. I'm the CEO off. So, I sort of act as the connection between the students and the upper management here at the University. But that organization allows the students to sort of get their hands in an industry that they do. It's sort of an all-encompassing brand. They do everything you can imagine from organizing large-scale events, they create digital content, they host, and manage, various Competitive Edge. Stores in csgo Valerie, Etc. So a little bit of everything.
Moving With the Absence of Judgment
"Giving talks over zoom. I had my first in person speaking engagement at a local unity church although it was over stimulating for me to be in a room filled with so many people in live music after such a long stretch of peaceful solitude. I somehow managed to maintain composure. And keep my cool. Transitioning back into social events is going to be a gradual exercise for me. I had one event this month. There are two next month and then half a dozen that involves some travel the month after that while some people have anxiety about businesses opening up again distance travel restrictions being lifted and facemasks no longer being a requirement in some areas. There are also many people who are excited to get back out there to socialize and mingle let's be gentle and understanding with one another check with someone if they are open to hugging before assuming that they are and honor. Everyone's comfort level prior to my talk on sunday. The minister said our life. Experience is directly affected by our mythology. This got me thinking about what a difference perspective can make when it comes to our ability to love everyone on the one hand a friend recently told me he believes in our human nature to judge others and that my entire premise of non judgment is therefore idealistic and unrealistic. Wife fight nature. Is my friends. Go to reasoning for humans being so selfish on the other hand. The dalai lama says that love is the absence of judgement. So what's in question is no longer whether or not we can love freely. It is suddenly a discussion about us. Judging compulsively it doesn't matter if loving or judging is in our inherent nature because we aren't concrete and nothing is permanent only fixed above all else it's ultimately in our nature to evolve like all beings so we are not limited restricted or confined by our past. We are shaped but what we decide to do. In the
"second person" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Since the Corona virus outbreak 67-year-old Ignacio's. Kobe though says that an old game of dominoes. In Miami's little Havana neighborhood has a new rule corona virus. We'll look at the little hand sanitizer and lots of it. Are you worried about the Kurdish virus? Officials across Florida are worried about seniors. To one out of every five people in the state is sixty five or older the cases in Florida have and will continue to disproportionately affect our elderly population governor Rhonda Sentas announcing new to protect seniors including restricting visitations to nursing homes and encouraging local officials. Too close senior centers in Orlando Firefighters survey dozens of assisted living facilities asking about the types of care they might need an emergency and election. Workers across the state sanitized voting locations as seniors and others. Head to the polls for Tuesday's primary with every passing day concerns over how seniors could get exposed. Grows this week. The Miami Beach Mayor issued a state of emergency and declared the end of spring break. Even as families around the country. Prepare to visit South Florida. Spring break people are gonNA listen. I'm not gonNA listen with the number of cases in the state growing by the day. Some seniors like we'll go to get our self quarantining his walks along. The beach are the extent of his outings. Those of us at my age seventy and above or greatly concerned. And I'm hoping that we can get through this disentis just announced twenty five hundred test kits which could test up to six hundred and twenty. Five thousand people will soon be delivered to labs across the State. Back in Little Havana. It's game over Domino Park closed Friday and all senior activities have been cancelled. Local and state leaders here in the State of Florida are encouraging people to exercise social distancing and their leading by example Governor Rhonda's Santa's announcing that he will no longer be shaking hands out of an abundance of caution. He also announced that he will be activating certain components of the Florida. National Guard. Aaron Ross. Thank you very much and we'll be right back..
"second person" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Doctors. I might have it even. If you don't have symptoms. Are you being selfish by not getting tested and potentially audience? There wasn't going to be tested. Are you going to be most likely most wind now for that reason but because I think I will do it anyway Working on that. We're working out a schedule. Kaitlan Collins is out front so Caitlyn. What is the White House thinking on whether trump should be tested for krona virus? Obviously he has had direct personal contact with someone who has it and But he does says he does not have symptoms. Yeah and what he'd been saying there is exactly the opposite of what White House. Aides have been telling us all week. Which is that the president had no need to get tested. And now he's saying he likely will and of course this comes. It's frankly becoming a situation. That's really difficult for the White House to ignore. And we're told by several sources that Calculus really started to change after the Brazilian press secretary started testing positive for current virus because White House. Aides knew that was someone who did spend time with the president on Saturday. Night at his mar-a-lago club even at the president tried to downplay the contact today saying they had a picture together. We're actually told as we reported on the show last night that it was much more extensive than that and now of course. We're learning about a second person who is also in Mar-a-lago last weekend that has now tested positive for corona virus. They attended this luncheon for trump. Victory it's a fundraiser for the Republican National Committee and the President's reelection campaign the campaign. Say That person that donor did not come into contact with President but was a thousand people there. The president went and made her marks and he did shake hands with officials. So of course there are concerns about that so the question now is. When is the president going to be tested? He's made commitments like this before. Saying he's going to get tested only to never follow through with it but once we know that he has been tested some believe he may have already been. We will let you know what it is. The White House is saying about it. All right thank you very much. Caitlyn and I want to go out front now to the Republican mayor of Miami Franchise Suarez. He self quarantined after coming into contact with the same. Brazilian official is president trump and tested positive corona virus today so Mayor of course let me start with the most important question. How are you feeling tonight? I feel great. Obviously Surprised at the same time wasn't expecting to test positive. Yesterday I was on a council meeting and confirmed that I was in the same room in close proximity with the official of resilient official that tested positive and so I immediately a quarantine as I declared a state of emergency in the city of Miami by video after I began the warranty. I got a call from the Department of Health of the state asking you to come in and and test even though I wasn't a feeling any symptoms went in immediately got tested and then today was told up of course that tested positive and so obviously You know it's been. It's been a whirlwind of a day. I haven't public with the news and then continuity operations of our city and the people that I was in contact with a notifying them as well. So it is. It is the bottom line here that you don't as far as you know have any symptoms. I mean you were tested because you were proximity with this person but you. You're not sick at all. Look I'm I'm starting to feel a little bit of symptoms You know it's it feels similar to the onset of cold at this particular juncture today. I tested positive. So I don't know how I had it You know an inventory. What period has been incubating obviously You know I'm going to be dire warning as the days go by because I think a big a big party issue is we know that this virus is going to spread and so i WanNa make sure that people feel you know understand that I have it You know I'm obviously forty two years old. I don't have any deficiencies that elderly obviously and so my hope is that by sharing my experience. It can hopefully calm some people now because You know obviously it's something that I'm going through myself. Yeah I mean I. Of course and Look Hope Hope that it continues to be very mild for you. Although you said you you are sort of you know starting the of some flu like symptoms as you point out though Mary you're you're young Forty two years old. You're healthy but for many of your constituents This is scary whether they're young or not. You know for a lot of people. This is still a scary thing. What's your message to them. As you know given that you actually now are going through this and I'm sure a few days ago you probably like everyone thought this wouldn't happen to you of course and what we did. In the city of Miami is took action needed. We cancelled a tour of meat. Events Ultra which was unreasonable one hundred and fifty thousand people over the weekend and an eighth street which is a festival quarter of a million people other congregate in a small Meyer. We got criticized for for making that decision of but I think it's evident now to everyone that we made the right decision. We're asking people to follow the protocol. Rasping obviously not to congregate obviously to wash your hands for twenty seconds obviously to avoid a large congregations of people and that if they do come into contact with someone that's infected they must warranty for a minimum of fourteen days and if they start feeling like symptoms they have to get so as far as this is a a tough situation obviously for for the president but He was with the same person you were with. He was in close proximity with him at a party at a dinner. Taking pictures touching him today though. He said he's not going to be taking any Precautionary Measures He's not going to self isolate. Obviously is the president. That may be difficult but he has said that that would not be the reason why he got tested even if he did get tested because he need to because he doesn't know the person What what do you say to the President? Who obviously his example matters a lot? What I can say is that I follow the medical advice that I was giving a medical license. I was given was once that was able to confirm in by picture that I was in close proximity to this person by the way may not have gotten from that. I want firm that I was in close proximity to adoption. I immediately a self quarantined And then went into a protocol once was tested and found out that I was positive. Had to inform obviously all elected officials for my government web. Any contact with our city manager. Are Police chief who have already self warranty? Many of our council members have self warranty. So there's a continuing contained continuity of operations that's also at issue in any government. We have already prepared for the possibility of up to forty percent of our workforce not being able to work. And that's that's part of our concert continuity of operations plan so I'm able to work a thankfully for now I'm able to Skype and and and obviously have phone calls and have been on interviews all day long but You know we have to make sure that that we are communicating with the public. Which is why will be throughout the cygnus So that people can hopefully. Hopefully you'll feel better if I don't experience major symptoms that this can be something that they can. They can deal with without any any major issues. Well I I appreciate it. I think a lot of people appreciate it. You're coming out and talking about it and sharing it with everybody. It makes a really huge difference and I and I speak. I think for a lot of people watching when I say thank you for doing that. It's so important and I hope I hope that you are to get through this quickly and with minimal disruption. Thank you MS Ferraro's and out front next entire country on lockdown could what is happening in Italy right now. 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"In a two person race what our record is compared with the bargains when our vision is compared the bargains when we have that the baby in Phoenix I'm feeling pretty good former candidate Andrew Yang is tonight endorsed Biden to areas of the country become focal points for that coveted nineteen virus response in New York and National Guard troops have been dispatched to new Rochelle a New York City suburb with more than a hundred cases of the virus concentrated and Washington state were twenty five of the thirty U. S. deaths have occurred CBS's Jonathan vaguely RD is they're imposing some of the strictest requirements in the country for older adults at all long term facilities in the state including limiting visitors to one per day requiring visitors to wear special protective gear and screening employees for symptoms before each shift there are a thousand people infected today in seven or eight weeks there could be sixty four thousand or infected in the state of Washington if we don't somehow slow down this epidemic adults sixty and over are at higher risk for the virus especially those with chronic medical conditions such as heart disease diabetes or lung disease the trump administration outlined more of its response to the corona virus today and that helped rally the stock markets to a five percent gain correspondent we G. Jiang president trump hosted the CEOs of several major health insurance companies announcing that they have agreed to waive the copays when people get tested for coronavirus covering about two hundred forty million Americans corresponding Kenny McCormick has the latest on the drawdown of U. S. troops in Afghanistan the military is calling this a conditions based withdrawal from thirteen thousand to eighty six hundred over the next several months this is part of the U. S. deal with the Taliban still to come an Afghan Taliban prisoner release which looks more promising now the key concern is a political crisis with two rivals declaring themselves president of the country on Wall Street again the Dow gaining eleven hundred sixty seven points just under five percent to twenty five thousand eighteen the nasdaq up three ninety three S..
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"The path for a two person democratic primary race Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's suspending our campaign and will join Joe Biden at the Dallas rally tonight to give him her endorsement CBS is that okay this is a pretty dramatic decision by club which are ones that we don't yet know we hope to learn in the coming hours is exactly how this came together whether she was pressured to do this whether the vice president had anything to do with it Reuters reports P. booted judge will also endorsed by the Washington post Jenna Johnson on what the shrinking of the field means for the candidate with the biggest delegate total so far this is complicates things for Bernie Sanders on instead of going up against a variety of candidates it's becoming a much clearer wakes corona virus continues to take a toll in the U. S. six deaths are now reported in Washington state king county executive Dow Constantine's team people king county are United in their concern for those who are ill and for those who've lost a loved one their least ninety one cases across the country president trump is putting at the top of his agenda in a meeting at this hour with drug company CEO I have a meeting scheduled on drug prices but now we're going to make another subject and that'll be probably the first objective that is to do with the fact seen how they doing after last week's huge stock losses the Dow was up hundreds of points today CBS's Jason brook cosco shares soared to an all time high and reports of empty store shelves in long lines as consumers stocked up on supplies and worries that the corona virus outbreak is going to white in in the U. S. Walmart and target are also catching tail winds on the supply binging Clorox surged to a record high on demand for its disinfectants and shares climbed for tissue makers Procter and gamble and Kimberly Clark the peace agreement just signed between the U. S. and the Taliban is already hit a snag CBS is Cammy McCormack reports Alabama now says it won't participate in Afghan to Afghan talks until five thousand of its prisoners are released that something Afghan president Ghani is now resisting these talks with the next step in the peace process and another step toward bringing U. S. forces home Israelis are voting today to decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power despite his upcoming criminal trial on corruption charges this woman wants him out we want him gone we want a new government with the new coalition hopefully.
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"Today the news at seven sponsored by Rubino and Lang wealth partners send a good morning text for a ride along with us on Jeff brown here's what's going on cloud factor breaking up in the city as we speak but some very early morning snow flurries making for some icy roadways warm up however is on the way the latest from WBZ accu weather meteorologist dean devore well if you like the warmer weather will get it to you to hear this week as temperatures get back up into the upper forties or fifties today near sixty tomorrow and it's still pretty mild middle the week we start getting colder towards the end of the week if there's a storm looming for the end of the week and the weekend you're looking at that storm simply dump in a little bit of snow on us this upcoming weekend more details to come coronavirus front and center now in the United States it's a disease you need to pay attention we don't know how you get it we have no protection against something to worry about and for those on the west coast fears are heightened after a second person near Seattle dies from the virus man in his late fifties outside Seattle who had underlying health issues but no known travel abroad health officials in Washington state also confirming two new cases both men in their sixties also with underlying health issues both in critical condition the season as delicate meantime overseas state radio in Iran this morning says a member of the council that advises supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has died after falling ill from corona virus this virus has now spread to nearly sixty countries and more than three thousand total deaths on to the presidential campaign trail now and hours after Tom's tire drops out of the race for the democratic nomination Pete booted judge follows his lead making the announcement in south bend Indiana to a cheering crowd he returned home sometimes the longest way around really is the shortest way the thirty eight year old announces campaign.
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"Second person has died from the corona virus in Washington state both were men with existing health problems the number of new cases is growing nationwide with new infections in California Illinois Rhode Island and New York the trump administration is working to reassure Americans about the fight against the corona virus I assurances by vice president Mike pence com as the number of U. S. cases grow penciling with health and Human Services secretary Alex a star say thousands more kits to test for corona virus have been distributed to state and local officials with thousands more to come is there also said we will see more cases that we will see continued community spreading in the United States as we're seeing around the world how big that gets we do not know but we have the most advanced public health system and surveillance system in the world H. R. was interviewed on ABC's this week showing after Washington Pete moody judges dropping out of the race for the democratic presidential nomination the former mayor of south bend Indiana did poorly in south Carolina's primary he ended his campaign for the call for unity telling his supporters last night the best thing for him to do is step aside and help bring the party in the country together meanwhile Bernie Sanders says he's the guy to beat Donald Trump we all gonna need the largest voter turnout in the history of this country and I don't think you could do that unless you have a message that appeals to the working class and the middle class in this country who have been ignored too long by the political establishment which Joe Barton is part of president trump's campaign is planning to fly a blimp over swing states to get its message out a federal judge has ruled that can Cuccinelli was unlawfully appointed to lead the US citizenship and immigration services agency and as a result lacks authority to give asylum seekers less time to prepare for screening interviews this is ABC news more news right after this thank you for listening to.
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"Son hunter it resulted in a whistleblower complaint which a trump appointee who was inspector general of the intelligence community entity said was both urgent and credible. We've also seen reports that trump has asked his acting chief stuff Mick Mulvaney to put a hold on millions and military aid to Ukraine one week before before they call Harry. What are the underlying numbers under impeachment yes so I think the real question is right? If you look back at our latest poll done may about impeachment a clear majority of Democrats said that they supported impeachment seventy two percent but that was wall south well south of the eighty nine percent of Democrats who disapproved of his job shop Donald Trump was doing and it should be pointed out that if Democrats Begin to support impeaching the president in the same numbers that they disapprove of the job that he's doing than the public overall even if no Republicans in the electorate move on impeachment the public overall will move much more towards a fifty fifty proposition instead of say what our last CNN Paul found which was only forty one percent of Americans supporting it so Margaret. Obviously impeachment is a serious step. It's deeply divisive. You've been I think understandably skeptical of the politics of it. Do you understand. Ny some folks seemed to be tipping. Who've resisted up to this? The facts of this case the facts of these circumstances very different than the facts of the Mullahs report the facts Muller reporter surrounding the Miller report relied on on a silver bullet or some sort of a definitive information that would demonstrate there was in fact conspiracy between president trump and a foreign government to interfere in our elections. That's that's the starting point for this conversation an actual conversation between the President United States and a head of state about interfering in our elections so did it appear that it was a witch hunt before four or does it appear that it's a win shutting our does it appear that there are there are substantial concrete information that their roles and responsibilities as representatives of the American people are to be the the actors of good due diligence. It's it's a national security concern now and I think that is the difference right all right. Well listen. We're going to take a quick break but when we come back we're seeing Hail Mary fundraising efforts from those lower tier candidates the Democratic primary will it matter if you're in the top this point even have a shot at winning the nomination Asian what does history tell us and the issue climate change hitting the streets and take center stage at the UN we look at where Franks with voters they had the twenty twenty pat his up the next you know what's kind of depressing being thirty nine and reading an article about money milestones to hit by age forty forty we weren't even close to having enough cash to cover three months of living expenses or paying off credit card debt so we met with financial planner who helps us create a budget but as coolest Hulu financial hack what's to consolidate all our credit card debt into one lower rate loan. We shopped around and chose best dot com for three reasons great interest rates rates four point eight stars on consumer affairs and alone APP that literally took about a minute really smart best egg had the cash baked count in about twenty four hours. We paid laid off all of our credit card debt bank three month cash cushion and even saved enough for sweet vacation. It's a great feeling freelances are difficult getting a personal malone from fast egg. Dot Com isn't visit best egg dot com slash hall. That's best steak dot com slash fall fest egg dot com slash fall subject to credit approval actual rates fees in approval times ferry remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash. CNN The cases we gotta find who wrote this. No we do that. We find the killer the science to find out police used luminol a chemical which glows when it comes into contact with the iron component in blood that drama bucknell where was the rifle and which man and was telling the truth forensic files the legendary true crime show is now a podcast join investigators as they take on the the toughest cases with cutting edge scientific tools subscribe now with apple podcasts with new episodes every Monday and Thursday. You'll never miss out on getting your forensic fix.
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"As well as my bride which is why I get to call her. Silly names welcomed having that all this week we got a mini Polo Palooza in the wake of Mayor Bill L. De Blasios of New York dropping out of the primary Rice Q. The Saturday wrong we look at what other Democratic candidates are on the ropes. Climate Change has been at the forefront of news these past few weeks but is it top of mind for voters will discuss it finally a quick look at the changing politics of impeachment moment with more Democrats joining the impeachment train as president trump has a new scandal because of a whistle blower and the Ukraine will explain but I as always we we do the forecast which so these are our power rankings that I do Chris Cillizza every few weeks and here they are a little fresh new for you number ten Houlihan Castro Tamie Clova charge comes in at number nine. She's down spot. Andrew Yang is up a slot to number eight cory booker down a slot to number seven and up to number six up a spot is better O'Rourke work. One through five stays the same number five Buddha judge number four Kamala Harris Number Three Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren comes in too Joe bye won a difference from the last few times we've done it. We're calling it a top tier of Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren so although Biden's one Warren's to we think that they constitute a top tier with sanders dropping down a tier to the second tier with Harrison Oneself is the Warren momentum as such that you could see her at the top of the top tier in the coming weeks. I I think it certainly plausible. Tier is because within a margin of error for both of them in a conglomerate of pulse. I mean if that Ah I if you were to translate it. I think that that's the general idea right which is that Biden is probably a little bit ahead on average but they are very very tight and that's something of course you're seeing in the early state polling so and in these power rankings to gotta say surprised by the Yang momentum would not have thought that Andrew Yang would be senators mayors. Here's here's the deal with Andrew Yang. The deal with Andrea is pretty simple as that especially for the upcoming debates starting in November. You're going to need to hit a donor threshold. You'RE GONNA need polling threshold old and we believe he has a better shot at hitting that then say. Ab Clover Chart Does and certainly much more so than a Julio Castro who. I don't think we'll be appearing November debase. They have been warned all right now. Let's kick over to how the candidates are doing on a local level with our Paul a Palooza. We're GONNA zoom they do in the early voting states because as we all know folks folks that's what really matters got new polling hot off the presses from Iowa and New Hampshire delicious new polls let's start in Iowa Ari what you're seeing so de Moines Register's. CNN Pole and I think this is rather important. Elizabeth Warren Up to twenty two percents. She's joining that top tier by Joe Biden's at twenty percent Bernie Bernie Sanders comes in and eleven people to judge back at nine everyone else at six or below notable things here is worn. Take a look at the trend line in March. You is at nine June fifteen now. Twenty twenty two biden going the other way twenty seven March twenty three in June twenty now and Bernie Sanders has really fallen off the map twenty five March sixteen in June and eleven now while so speaking of top tiers Margaret if you're anyone not named Biden Warren are. Are you thinking about packing it in not yet. Are you kidding. We're four four and a half months away from Iowa. Anything can happen breakout moments in the debates money bombs coming in but but what you do what you do see actually a I think a revelation especially I spent a little bit of time in Iowa on August anecdotal was with you have family and our children but especially in eastern Iowa democratic part of the state you heard anecdotally people saying there are far more warn people around they'd seen all the candidates that they'd seen more warranty more staffers had more contacts her up totally anecdotal but perhaps this is what's actually revealed in these polls as they start coming in here. It looks like a bead warns. Rise is coming out of Bernie Sanders hide. Is that fair. I would think that that is fair. So this poll we broke it down we asked to you voted for in two thousand sixteen and among those who who say they caucus for Bernie Sanders in twenty sixteen warns getting thirty two percent of that vote Bernie Sanders is just getting twenty five percent of that boat so she is winning more Bernie Sanders Twenty sixteenths Bernie Bernie Sanders says but here's the key little nugget. She's also winning twenty two percent of those who caucus for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen. She's taking a bit of both of those pies. She's it's been able to bridge that divide in a way that Sanders who's getting twenty five percent of his own vote and zero percent of Clinton's vote hasn't been able to do and in a way that Joe Biden hasn't been able to do because he is winning twenty nine percent of Clinton Twenty sixteen supporters but just six percent of Bernie Sanders is two thousand sixteen supporters troll terminal there weren't as almost triangulating cingulate between Hillary and Bernie and those basics he's becoming this consensus alternative. She's a new face and she's able to bridge at I would hardly call her a moderate but in the context of Iowa Progressive Caucus goers and she I what I would point out is that she has a base that's both well educated that was Clinton's big vote block in two thousand sixteen eighteen and in those caucuses in that primary season as well as those very liberals and so she's able to kind of join in those two different parts of the I will caucus cohort become less representative presentative the state over time I moved left. I mean the state itself has moved right. I mean that's friend caucusing looked at caucus-goers. TV more progressive than other progressive debases the country yes that's correct especially as the Democratic Party one other aspect of this that struck me was the in screamingly enthusiastic versus mind made up you know warns leading on that pretty considerably with Biden you know pretty well down at sixteen behind sanders a yeah among those who are extremely enthusiastic asked about their candidates has tied with Biden for extremely enthusiastic in Iowa exactly but the mind made up by instals got Niche Yeah Niche actually look at that twenty six percent. He wins twenty six percent of the voters who say their minds are made up versus warn winches. Fourteen Sanders is actually ahead of war in there she he's at nineteen. I think that's an indication indication right that it's still early days yet. The caucuses are not taking place until February. We still got a lot of time to go and people may be extremely enthusiastic about Warren now but that doesn't necessarily mean that their minds are made up there perhaps waist high in the water not head high and historically Iowa caucus goers decide within the last week before the caucus and the memorable thing about the caucus-goers that you go and have a first choice but then you end up with a second or third choice the caucus literally are chosen by what corner of the room you're standing branding and so this is by design incredibly fluid process down to the end and in fact. I've got some insight into it so I basically look that we're polls were in September before the caucuses and what percentage you'd expect a certain person polling that game percentage to win and what we see as someone Elizabeth Warren's position We'd only expected to win the caucuses about about thirty percent of the time I if someone Joe Biden's polling position at about twenty percent in September in the year before the caucuses would win about twenty five percent of the time so there's essentially combine combined. They make up a majority right they if you were betting you'd say either Biden warm with win but we're not really sure which one necessarily would but it sounds like the person with the energetic second place at this stage may be in a better position while it historically it really does well. It's what we see essentially as if you're a twenty two percent at this point like warn in Iowa you win about thirty percent of the time if you're twenty percent like Biden you went about twenty five percent of the time and then you have this whole slew of people right around ten percent they went about route ten percent of the time but sanders and Buddha judge and then I would just point out even if one percent you went about four percent of the time George that's a great segue because the person who wins I I of course goes into New Hampshire with hot coat tails the big Mo as George W would say and Elizabeth Warren and also the benefit of being a neighboring state Senator What's The new New Hampshire poll say there so if we were to look mom at university out with Paul on Tuesday? What are we see there the F. Mov Anton for Elizabeth Warren? She's up terrifying when you do off. She's up to twenty seven percent. That is a jumped from eight percent back can may Bernie Sanders has dropped from eighteen to twelve but the biggest dropper is actually Biden who's dropped from thirty six percent to twenty five percent. Now I should point out though that that may was taken Justice Byron was getting in the race and he was kind of artificial high then so it's not so much that he's dropped but what you do see is clear Noushin building for Elizabeth Warren absolutely absolutely and and again what's what we're looking at is Elizabeth Warren ahead in two recent polls in Iowa and New Hampshire top tier very clear within a margin urgent air but you could easily see a situation which seems to be building where Warren Wins Iowa and New Hampshire and that creates a lot of momentum for campaign. It's very difficult. How often is a candidate won Iowa New Hampshire and then not WanNa nomination the only one that I'm aware of would have been in one thousand nine hundred seventy two and Edmund Muskie won both of those states gotta go all the way back to Muskie and that was the only one that was right at the beginning of the process? It's going to be very very hard to stop a train that wins both Iowa New Hampshire although we would like to see if you're on the Elizabeth Warren campaign you'd like to see essentially doing better with African American voters because South Carolina would probably be the firewall for Biden if it would pop potentially actually holding I is a firewall really thing though because why yeah right by three weeks later you've got Nevada beforehand. There's so much Ursa. No firewall can possibly hold up for really really any candidate that point also there's sort of this you know South Carolina's waiting to see what happens in Iowa and New Hampshire and that ends up being a definitive deciding in fact south Carolinians one other big bit of news and this poll though is Tulsi Gabbard seems to have made it to the next debate stage. That's correct. She got two percent in this poll that makes four. She has the decibel donors which means we'll have twelve candidates who have qualified for the October debates which means two nights of debates. I know we were all looking forward to that so we'll be able to have two separate debates tire and Tulsi Gabbard added to the ones who made this anyone else looking like they might be able to that not at this point unless there's some miracle recall of polls for some candidate that I'm not unaware of at this particular time miracle of polls. That's pretty significant news this week. In the forecast Fast Elizabeth Warren pulling ahead in the first two primaries. We'll call it a top tier. She's certainly pulled into a tie for solidify position on the top tier of the Democratic field for candidates with Joe Bovine. I think that that is exactly right and the other thing I'll just point out his her favorable ratings are way up in both of those states and if I was looking for one candidate who also has high favorables bullets Buddha judge who hasn't seen the jump yet but both of those states could be good for him demographically being extremely white yes and there you have the South Carolina question because it's just demographically quickly very different than the other two. I would say sow majority electorate. There is African American but I I would say it'd be very interesting at Buda judge. One of the early states worn one another then you don't have a front there may be Biden's could hold on south till South Carolina but we're getting ahead of ourselves at this point still crazy way to pick a president all right before we go so we need to touch base on something that's been breaking around president trump and Ukraine so here's the facts folks president trump pressed Ukrainian president as Linski in a call to investigate indicate former vice president Joe Biden's.
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"Knowing that the second person is in custody that's huge but outside relief that big mother house again I believe school the cancer for the entire day because it that a certain point just wasn't worth getting the buses out late he said the person was found in an abandoned building the first suspect was arrested early this morning after being confronted by a homeowner the carjacking happened in Calumet city around midnight the suspects in vehicle were then spotted in Dalton and after that they led police on a thirty mile chase to Wilmington before crashing in a subdivision and fleeing on foot the names and ages of the suspects have not yet been released the girlfriend of the man fatally shot by Gary police over the weekend is demanding dispatch audio video and any information from police about the shooting other fox says we're shot Cunningham was outside of his home returning from work with two friends when he was shot four times by an officer I just don't understand it's been more than seventy two I've been out for days now we have no answers they haven't contacted us they haven't said anything to us besides that there's nobody can video she says she knows the identity of the officer in his background should have prevented him from being on the police force police have not identified the officer publicly children being held in migrant detention centers will be kept far longer than the current twenty day limit but at least they won't be separated from their parents a new rule announced today that they will detain families until the court case is settled Phil say stay at three facilities which will become more like campuses and include recreational ground schools and medical care X. I'd say more women should be screened for Barack a one and Brockett two genes linked to increased risk for breast and ovarian cancer the US preventive services task force said in twenty thirteen that women with a family history of those cancers should be assessed for Brockett gene mutations now the task force is recommending that anyone who's been treated for those cancers or those with certain ancestries associated with those mutations also be tested on his way to Louisville Kentucky president trump today commenting on background check measures critics say there have been mixed messages from the White House on the issue here's trump with background checks with dealing.
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"Second person in that home suffered burns to their hands and feet and has been hospitalized. Flames and smoke were coming from the building when firefighters arrived on scene arson. Investigators are now there there is a fire burning in the wetlands park on the east side of the valley. The Clark county fire department on that scene. The fire located north of the silver bowl. Prosecutors in Chicago of dropped all charges against empire after jussie smollet small let was accused of lying that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack. Prosecutors in Chicago say they still believe smollet made it all up and angry mayor Rahm Emanuel calls it a whitewash the Justice. Prosecutors say one of the reasons charges were dropped was because they want to focus resources on Chicago's gun violence or small. It is still saying that he is innocent still running down the. Police department. How dare you? Usually when charges are dropped the defendant accepts responsibility or offers an apology truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. I would not be my mother, son. If I was capable of one drop of what our small like did agree to do community service. I'm Ed Donahue, President Trump has taken a victory lap on Capitol Hill as he celebrates the special counsels Russia probe ending as he walked into the capital, it emboldened, president said his attorney general summary of Bob Muller's report was great. It could not have been better. And then enter the Senate GOP's weekly lunch. Where lawmakers applauded and said he was in a very good mood. Democrats are demanding to see bowlers full report not William bar summary. A Justice department official says it'll take a bar weeks. Not months to finish reviewing the report and make a version available for the public. The official says there are no plans to give the report to the White House. Saga megani? Washington. Energy secretary, Rick Perry is defending the Trump administration's plan to collect and store nuclear waste from around the country at Yucca Mountain northwest of Las Vegas. Gary told a house appropriations subcommittee that leaving hazardous nuclear waste scattered around the country is not an appropriate solution. The Trump administration is seeking one hundred sixteen billion dollars in this year's budget for the effort, including restarting the licensing process for a permanent repository for high level nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain here in Nevada.
"second person" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The Chad Benson show vaccine refusal is one of the growing public health threats of our time if we continue to allow non medical exemptions to vaccination the rates the vaccine will continue to fall more outbreaks will undoubtedly follow they're talking vaccine on the hill and vaccine resistance. Disease spreaders. Chair. Mom, I we were just talking about the fact that the second person was cured of HIV AIDS. Right. The second person was cured. The number two. Was cheered. They're trying to come up with an aids vaccination. We. The safest time in the history of mankind. Are trying to figure out a way. To induce and seduce people into vaccinating their children because we're starting to see a rise of things that were once a radical needed now coming back. And I shake my head. I do. And here's another one that says you ever noticed? A lot of this weird stuff. Only happens in westernized societies. Right. Yeah. People in sub Saharan Africa aren't going, man. I am not getting my kid vaccinated for malaria because they could get autism. Or because Jenny McCarthy told me not to right. By the way, just to give you an idea. It's not expensive to get vaccinated by for malaria about five hundred thousand people die from malaria every year or one child every thirty seconds three thousand children today. According to UNICEF. But. If Jenny McCarthy wrote a blog. And somebody saw it over there. This is what happens when you live in a world where you have Starbucks on every corner. And you can break things down to the point of ridiculous. And the rest of the world is trying to just get on with their lives day to day. But I got put its, you know, and I was on the internet. I saw this thing. And who spreads the most this information right forty and fifty year olds those SOB's are doing it is nuts. It is. Absolutely crazy. It saves lives period case closed, accelerating children in the United States, millions of lives increased expectancy and saved our society trillions of dollars. No, no, no, no. That's a lie. That's all a lie. It's just the fact that we're having this discussion, and I'm from liberty for freedom. Would it doesn't encroach on my liberty and freedom. And when you these are just some of the so let's take malaria, which is like the killer. Let's just take that out and talk about worldwide some of the other things that happened. Measles kills about ninety thousand people Rotavirus about two hundred fifteen thousand hepatitis b a million. Chicken pox, about forty two hundred fifty thousand deaths from mkaku infections hundred sixty thousand deaths for Tusis eight hundred twenty six thousand deaths from pneumococcal infections that are not. I mean, you're going through rabies killed sixty thousand people for God's sakes. Tetanus seventy thousand typhoid two hundred twenty thousand yellow fever up to sixty thousand people. It's it's bizarre. But you only find that here. It's about critical mass it's hitting critical mass. But. Think about this right? So you've got a child at home who isn't vaccinated because a lot of these things are young children or people with compromised immune systems, people who have cancer, we're going through chemotherapy and radiation. People have HIV infections people, they've compromised immune. Their compromise as far as their immunity goes, right? So their immune systems are compromised, and that's the risk. So when your freedoms and liberties encroach on other people's that's just it. I think that's the problem that people are not understanding. But we're talking about it. And I've noticed it's like I was talking to somebody other day said is weird. I wonder if people in sub Saharan Africa and elsewhere have issues with peanuts. We have Fisher with peanuts. I wonder if they have issues with autism. Like, we have issues with autism. Sure. They'd have some of it. But I wonder if it's or if it's just. A modern westernized thing what we cook up some of this stuff. Three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter you can tweet at us. So the debate is raging, and it has been raging and it's going to continue to rage. More and more female athletes are speaking out, and because of that they're getting hammered fort. And it's about trans athletes. Terry Miller and Andrea gear would.
"second person" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"The rates of vaccine will continue to fall more outbreaks will undoubtedly follow they're talking vaccine on the hill and vaccine resistance disease spreaders. Chad. Mm. I we were just talking about the fact that the second person was cured of HIV aids. Right. The second person was cheered the number two. Cured. They're trying to come up with an aids vaccination. We in the safest time in the history of mankind. Are trying to figure out a way. To induce and seduce people into vaccinating their children because we're starting to see a rise of things that were once a radical now coming back. And I shake my head. I do. And here's another one that says you ever notice a lot of this weird stuff. Only happens in westernized societies. Right. Yeah. People in sub Saharan Africa aren't going, man. I am not getting my kid vaccinated for malaria because they could get autism. Or because Jenny McCarthy told me not to right. By the way, just to give you an idea. It's not expensive to get vaccinated by for malaria about five hundred thousand people die from malaria every year or one child every thirty seconds three thousand children today. According to UNICEF. But if Jenny McCarthy wrote a blog. At somebody saw over there. This is what happens when you live in a world where you have Starbucks on every corner. And you can break things down to the point of ridiculous. And the rest of the world is trying to just get on with their lives day today. But I got put its, you know, and I was on the internet, and I saw this thing and who spreads the most this information. Right. It's forty and fifty year olds those SOB's are doing it is nuts. It is. Absolutely crazy. It saves lives period case closed accelerating. Children in the United States has saved millions of lives increased expectancy and saved our society trillions of dollars. No, no, no, no. That's a lie. That's all a lie. It's just the fact that we're having this discussion in and I'm for liberty for freedom. When it doesn't encroach on my liberty and freedom. And when you these are just some of the so let's take malaria, which is like the killer. Let's just take that out and talk about worldwide some of the other things that happen. Measles kills about ninety thousand people Rotavirus about two hundred fifteen thousand hepatitis b a million. Chickenpox about forty two hundred fifty thousand deaths from meningococcal infections hundred sixty thousand deaths for us. Eight hundred twenty six thousand deaths from pneumococcal infections that are not. I mean, you're going through rabies killed sixty thousand people for God's sakes. Tetanus seventy thousand typhoid two hundred twenty thousand yellow fever up to sixty thousand people. It's it's it's bizarre. But you only find that here. And it's about critical mass. It's hitting critical mass. But think about this, right? You've got a child at home who isn't vaccinated because a lot of these things are young children or people with compromised immune systems, people who have cancer, we're going through chemotherapy and radiation. People have HIV infections people, they've compromised immune. Their compromise as far as their immunity goes, right? So their immune systems are compromised, and that's the risk. So when your freedoms and liberties encroach on other people's that's just it. I think that's the problem that people are not understanding, but we're talking about it. And I've noticed it's like I was saga. Somebody other day said is weird. I wonder if people in sub Saharan Africa and elsewhere have issues with peanuts. Like, we have fish with peanuts. I wonder if they have issues with autism. Like, we have issues with autism. Sure. They'd have some of it. But I wonder if or if it's just. A modern westernized thing. Cook up some of this stuff. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter you can tweet at us. So the debate is raging, and it has been raging, and it's going gonna continue to rage. More and more female athletes are speaking out, and because of that they're getting hammered for it. And it's about trans athletes. Terry Miller and Andrea gear would dominating the.
"second person" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"MVP Angeliki Charlemagne guy. We are the breakfast club. Let's getting some front page news. Now NFL giants one last night. Giants play by they add hit it right now sitting home, and I had high hopes anyway, the Indiana colts beat the Texas twenty one seven the Cowboys beat the Seahawks twenty four twenty two and the charges beat the ravens twenty three seventeen on Saturday in the eagles beat the b sixteen fifteen now tonight, it's a national title game. Alabama verse Clemson that happens at eight now what's going on the front page news. Well, let's talk about the death of jasmine Barnes. She was only seven years old. And what they are now saying because originally if you were following this story, they were told that some people thought that it was a race situation. They said that there was a white person that was in a red truck that they had found at the scene fleeing the scene. But now what they're saying is that he probably wasn't innocent bystander that was fleeing because he heard gunshots and they have identified two suspects. Now one person. Eric flag junior was arrested in a traffic stop on Saturday for not using his turn signal. He's accused of driving the car used in Jasmine's death. Second person who prosecutors having identified but people have identified Larry woods ref as the second suspects. And they're saying that he's currently in custody on drug possession. Charges has not been charged in connection with the shooting yet. So originally, it was all this rates because they thought it was a white man who is driving a red pickup truck that was reported at the scene, but they do not believe that the driver of that car is the person that was involved in the shooting at first they thought it was racism jasmine and her three sisters they were in their pajamas. They win their mother's car. And that's when they said another car pulled up and shot into the car and killed the little seven year old jasmine Barnes again condolences, go out to that family, so sad. But I'm a little confused. I don't know if we're looking for a white guy. So it's it's a black individual. Yes. So who who said they were white who like how did the story come on? There was a white guy. Pickup truck fleeing the scene a white person was driving net. Chuck, but he was fleeing the scene because he heard gunshots. Most like nobody seems to find questioning, but he's not a suspect anymore. So sassy got an anonymous tip, and that's who led them to Eric black junior, and to Larry woods, Jeff that anonymous tip was, you know, sent into Shaun Shaun king who's a writer and activists that we all follow on social media, and he passed that tip onto the police condolences to that that family and that little girl might goodness good for them. And and the momma saying that at least they have some closure and knowing that they can now berry berry their daughter and know who the suspects are because I think with this happens you at least want to get somebody arrested for this crime. Absolutely. All right. And the partial government shutdown is still going on it starting on December twenty second. That's all because the Democrats. And of course, Donald Trump cannot agree on funding for the border wall. Wish shutting the government down for years over border wall funding now right now nine out of fifteen federal departments are closed. How does that affect you more than four hundred and twenty thousand federal employees are working without pay another three hundred and thirty thousand three hundred eighty thousand workers have been furloughed and the national zoo has closed many national parks also closed, but the ones that are open. You can see there's a lot of garbage building up. Also, the IRS has mostly stopped working. Only twelve percent of their staff is working is that good that. They're mean, we ain't got to pay taxes to pay your taxes. You still have to file and pay your taxes as normal. But right now, they're not issuing refunds not updating tax or answering phone help lines. I don't know if they're gonna extend those tax deadlines or not, but in the past they have done things like that. So we'll see my taxes, but they can't give me my money back. But I gotta make sure I pay my taxes on time. But I came back you may want to file your taxes. Goodness, gracious getting money back. Now, if you owe money that's getting.
"second person" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hospital. A second person was also shot and another death with a second man in critical injure or critically injured following a shooting in an apartment on the sound side happened in the sixty two hundred block of old Pearsall road down in the polls democrat Beto work hit hard in the last night's final debate with Senator Ted Cruz at one point even quoting President Trump to make his point. And it wasn't a very nice point Cruz. Stay calm, though. Quipping nettle rooks. Pollsters of told the congressman to go on the attack. Both candidates. Stuck to their familiar? Talking points had Rourke blasting Trump's tax cuts and the border wall. Crews charging that if elected a work would lead congress into two years of chaos and a call from the fire union today for an ethics investigation of city manager show Scully the union says that she went to the airport last week urging employees there to oppose three charter. Amendments that the fire union has placed on next month's ballot a clear violation of the city's ethics code. It. Prevents politics polit political activity on city time using city resources city attorney said that is not what she was doing great. Check of your money on Wall Street. The Dow still down by two hundred forty four points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O A, I dot com brought to you by I Mark credit union. And it's time now for the Rush Limbaugh show on NewsRadio twelve hundred w. When.
"second person" Discussed on KTOK
"A two person team from the state health department is also going to be deployed in North Carolina to help with coordinating out of state resources and an additional Oklahoma department of emergency management employees is already in Virginia to provide logistics and resource management support and air force trainer jet. Ran off the runway this morning at Sheppard air force base near Wichita falls, Texas, and the two pilots one from Vance air force base in Enid ejected at happened right before takeoff. First Lieutenant Charles wallet was taken to a hospital in stable condition. He was on temporary duty from Vance aside. To the base. The other pilot was with the German air force and he was treated for minor injuries. The cause of that incident is under investigation. Midwest city police have released the identity of the woman who was found dead Sunday inside a residence in a fifty seven hundred block of south east fifth street. The woman was Fifty-three-year-old Cynthia Griffin. She lived at the house police say they have identified a person of interest. But that person's name has not yet been released and police also aren't telling us how Griffin was killed. And a funeral service will be held Friday and Norman for a southwestern Oklahoma state university football player who died last weekend from injuries. He sustained in a car crash last month. Jake Simmons was a freshman at the university university president Randy Butler says the entire bulldog family continues to lift up his family and friends at this difficult time and from Katie okay weather center, and the forewarn storm team, cloudy and humid tonight, a low of sixty six we have a ten percent chance of showers..
"second person" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"If you think that you've won something here today for whatever reasons we put these things in wins and losses in this day and age slow euro and the overall context this is a narrow ruling and a narrow case the bigger picture the bigger question has yet to be answered and i'm surprised they kicked the can down the road i really am but i think the next case that's coming up is one in washington state with a florist and that will probably be the broader picture and that's going to be very interesting to see how that happens again if trump if justice kennedy says you know i'm done i'm out of here i i've done this long enough and three hundred and seventy two years old you know andrew jackson appointed me you know i clerked for for who i clerked for abraham lincoln whatever it is he's very old you know at least by you know working standards in this day and age although not as old but i just think he's done and if he steps away trump gets a second person on there no matter what trump does from here on out the lasting effect of of the of the supreme court will be massive for trump will be huge and it will be huge for you because cases out there for the conservatives are going to see this as a chance for them to get things through the court that will be ruled on by the supreme court over and over again they feel on their side and i've i've always looked at the hard thing is law is supposed to be it's supposed to be blind right like that's the way you want the law to be that's why she has you know lady justice has the blindfold over is it's supposed to be ever lying thing i'm gonna hear what you have to say and then i'm going to look at the law and i'm going to give you my opinion not based on any bias thing is nowadays it's all open to interpretation and the people on the left interpret something the way the people in the right interpret something totally different and that's where we have these issues and for trump to get a second nominee through into the court would be massive and would have huge ramifications moving forward and you could look and.
"second person" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Why you go on your hit may we could have all been deal but i got you tag number and the next time i'll see you at is going to be me and you get to the office in what you tell the fires fires new say about that idiot elnasr streets out there must have been on drugs that play the way people you tell the second person you talked about these crazy about a third person other board person and in the meantime the dude that did the dastardly deed rides mayor really jordan have a clue that you even exist and yet he is in complete control of you your attitude affecting the way you do your job affecting in the way you affect other people building a ceiling over you that is a low ceiling far lower than you're capable of reaching simply because you're reacted instead of responded before we dive in a want to invite you to elevating entrepreneurs summit it's something i'll be participating it starts march twelve two thousand eighteen the details are it six showed dot com slash elevate really encourage you to go there right now just clicked through knows to it's happening six show dot com slash elevate i mean there's no end to information on entrepreneurship on painfully aware that which is why i agree to be part of this event said of hearing one person's take on entrepreneurial success that fits them but may not the you they compile 25 very successful entrepreneurs representing different ages gender background products and services even nationalities each experts going to give their high level council on the patterns they get him stock now they get out their most successful marketing public relations a sales strategies and share all the favorite tools an overall just focus on how to have a successful consistent business doesn't overtake your life it helps support the lifestyle you believe is best for you again happens march twelve two thousand eighteen it's free all.