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"senator john lou" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Now that's eight six six the number for bed now state of the art the real news on the corona virus at the top and bottom of the channel I know that we will achieve victory and quickly returned to the passes exceptional health safety and prosperity for all of our citizens on real news and information five seventy JLI yeah five seventy KM one of the frustrations that we I think we've all been dealing with is we get through this is wondering what's the end game going to look like at what point are we going to be able to go back to work what will life when will life let us get back to normal and there's really no answer for that right now we don't have one and I don't know that really anybody can offer one no matter how in depth you are with the corona virus and its effects around the country I I don't know who can offer that end game nobody knows the virus is going to do with the virus is going to do we can only try to mitigate the circumstances as best we can one of the things that I've been seeing and I always tell you I watch the media so you don't have to I hope you're not because if you were you'd probably be ready to jump off the top floor of your building quite honestly I just don't see a lot of things being offered in cable television or any of the network news shows that are offering any hope any positive vision of the future all they're doing is now looking for blame we got to blame somebody we have to point fingers with the Monday morning quarterback and what they're really doing is they're rewriting history for example this morning I happen to catch a little Joe Scarborough on MSNBC he claims that unlike the trump administration everybody saw this coming in early January everybody saw it coming which actually is a lie but let's just operating his ball park for a moment everybody saw coming and so the question needs to be asked well Joe if you knew that a deadly once in a century pandemic was about to descend upon the nation in early January why didn't you say something about it why didn't you pointed out why didn't you say Hey viewers of MSNBC we should all begin social distancing why didn't his producers book a single expert who can tell if you were to start wearing masks to shutter their nonessential businesses and avoid church in sporting events in fact I would ask why he never mentioned corona virus at all even in late January a full month after supposedly everybody knew Scarborough show was nothing but Donald Trump impeachment twenty four sep his network was as well in fact in the entire month of January morning Joe didn't reference the coronavirus wants to anybody but everybody knew and now what you're going to have to put up with over the next few months especially as we get closer to the election is how trump knew and did nothing everybody knew but trump did nothing because he doesn't care about us and now after about a week of that economic dislocation as we continue to climb up the exponential curve of cases of deaths the president is now listening to voices on the right the same really what's a million seniors when you're thinking about the whole economy that's slightly caricatured but only slightly I should know this is been AT central conservative right wing idea forever it's it's the same reason their arguments for why we don't need clean air regulations even if you know tens of thousands of people die every year from lung disease from additional pollution it's just that now it's being applied in this extreme case in the midst of a global pandemic and a growing exponential curve or you maybe Lawrence o'donnell the most incompetent and uninformed president in history has led the federal government into the worst emergency response to a pandemic that we have ever seen in this country one up and it goes on and on they all they're all doing that that's the story line now how it doesn't matter what trump does it doesn't matter what comes out of Washington it doesn't matter who says it it doesn't matter this story line now is we have to find somebody to blame an old look we couldn't get him on impeachment let's get him on this but the reality is you have unprecedented private public partnership but it's been put together in Washington by this administration and is dealing as best they can you can go back by the way two February as late as February and February twenty fourth I have a story here from a wreck television station in San Francisco Nancy Pelosi's walking through Chinatown talking about all the racism out there against the Chinese people because of this this virus is there and encouraging people to come out come on this is in February late February I have audio of state senator John Lou in New York state saying there's nothing to worry about and if you are worried about this coronavirus your cure your big the New York City health commissioner on.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Time the Democrats leadership in the morning that we will have the results but let's face it there are a lot of doubting Thomases center reaches out there who just say having they've lost all faith in their ability to deliver a count that is the real account of what went on what transpired was nine and there are reports that the Sanders folks sent workers to every single caucus which I kind of wonder about that to record all the results and that the on the the I guess the early tallies didn't match with the campaign the Sanders campaign workers were finding so I guess some lawyers dot I don't know well remember any again the precursor to that was the des Moines register poll which is historic always the Saturday before the Caucasoid carcasses that's what so many people go by there was a glitch when it came to Boucher the Boucher can't said what what what what a week these glitches here this glitches here and they canceled the announcement of what they're the morning I will read you suppose so you wondering should have to have for each other going to blame the Russians or maybe Rudy's gonna blame to Ukraine for this or is it the Hillary squad who who whose emails were broken into what is signage the record stuiver they used Hillary people to conduct this app it's cold and of all things the shadow a very quickly rand Paul allegedly not allegedly he said the alleged name of Ukraine whistleblower on the Senate floor today when Chief Justice Roberts refused to read a question on that rand had I guess ma'am or Mister Paul skews me had put through so now it's yeah is it Ron Pohl recall any rand Paul rand the reason I mention Ron Paul was in that very close ratio as you go and I will Romney Santorum and Ron poll in which he was neck and neck and it wasn't until seventeen days later that everyone realize what they did not win the Iowa caucus so he called his his it was really central but he lost all that moment of anyway believe it or not red China is coming to the aid of Iowa now red China which is a hot mess I think we can all agree that yes and they have said don't damage Iowa first in the nation because we depend on so many of our pork products coming from Iowa and North Carolina really yeah because remember half their hard supply and they produce more Hans in any of the name died from the hog flew the swine flu so have their hard supplies right up to the trying to be nice to everyone and I was so even though they're bashing the president in the C. D. C. it will need yes can I help you are responsible for this hype about how bad things are in red China but they're being very nice to Iowa North Carolina they need to we'll see you know the president is actually being nice to the people of Iowa he's not blaming the people of Iowa for this this nonsense he's blaming the Democrats what is include people from Iowa but let's get our update on the corona virus because it will soon be a pandemic which means it's now affecting two continents I really truly believe that but my observation yesterday was that in writing the subways over the weekend I notice at American Chinese American Chinese not Chinese visitors or Chinese students you can pretty much tell the difference all wearing the masks everywhere you go and I noticed that this weekend they would be on a train and let's say they were like three American Chinese folks went away fairly well dressed with just precautionary early they put the mask people giving up leaving this sheet leaving it slowly if you want to make it too obvious like you know when a homeless person is sitting there and they this scratching themselves are this stinky and people just get up in mass anyway yeah slowly but surely and I notice what is strange crowded these American Chinese have a lot of space and it turned out dead dead dead dead feeling that I had in the subways was translating into the business communities a lot of people don't realize that the biggest American Chinese community of the five boroughs is now on eighth Avenue in Brooklyn hundred and fifty thousand Chinese and probably more when you count the illegals a flushing has a large population but there are a lot of Koreans it to and then there's the Lower East Side the traditional Chinatown where they're going to have the air lunar new year festivities this Sunday and already people were not coming to the restaurants and shops in fact state senator John Lou who at one point thought he'd be the first Asian American mayor of New York City over my dead body John said Hey chill out some of the comments are really.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Avenue exit fifteen there is an accident at least one lane is blocked off the cover heavy delays back from Franklin Avenue our next topic updates coming up in ten minutes on seven ten W. O. R. itself Oct time for the weather we get meteorologist can go to the weather channel with this and your buddy ray state check is off this week he's been telling me he's coming up here to upstate New York to snowmobile I know if he's gonna find any snow but certainly this is not so noble bill weather here in the the tri state area went in no certainly not temperatures are actually gonna be warmer today that we were over the weekend we were at well into the forties over the weekend which is several degrees above average but here to start off the work week temperatures are in the fifties both today and tomorrow which is a good fifteen degrees above average now we'll get a little cooler as we look towards the middle part of the week for temperature still falling back into the forty so all in all above average here and we do have several rounds of rain to talk about mix of clouds and sunshine today though fifty four this afternoon forty two tonight scattered rain showers tomorrow and into tomorrow night so reaching mid fifties cloudy a little cooler on Wednesday with mid forties in the looks like more rain in upper forties to low fifties for both Thursday and Friday currently forty at W. O. R. this report is sponsored by the exigent Hambro scanner thermometer brutal cold and flu season is here the number one flu symptom is fever so use a thermometer proven accurate by more than eighty clinical studies we can't always predict the flu season but we can always prepare for with the expert in temporal scanner ex Surgeon dot com W. O. R. first morning news show Bartlett well they are sitting is dealing with three possible cases of the coronavirus this morning one person being treated at Bellevue hospital in Manhattan two others are at flushing New York Presbyterian in queens and it's got people concerned this morning on scary because you know knowing that is coming from the hospital my towel to see take a grandmother and his site wow you know I said enough to hold all three patients had a fever with a cough and shortness of breath they didn't have influenza or another cold virus leading to fears that it could be coronavirus state senator John Lou urging people not to panic health precautions should be undertaken black with every winter like with every flu season but there's really no need to panic and to avoid activities that we always do as new Yorkers we are hardy people JFK and Newark airports both conducting enhanced screening for people who travel within China in the last two weeks there now eleven confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U. S. U. S. also limiting travel for fear of the spreading this deadly disease foreigners who have been in China the past couple of weeks are banned from entering the U. S. more than three hundred people have died in China from the respiratory illness thousands have been infected American citizens were traveled to the area of China where the outbreak is centralized will be quarantined for two weeks closing arguments going to take place in the Senate impeachment trial today but after the senators voted on Friday not to call witnesses president trump's acquittal is inevitable on.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Receiving end of racism focused on the virus originating in China with pointed suggestions to shut down the celebration intolerant as we always are as new Yorkers and the hardy dress warm be cautious but come out to the parade next Sunday at state senator John Lou a man is charged with murdering his pregnant girlfriend on Long Island and dumping her body in Brooklyn according to construct the seven year old county on a Walton was dumped out of a car in the red hook in front of the red hook houses early Wednesday morning in this neighborhood residents as he was heartbroken has enough death as it is a right hand is neighborhood and for this to happen is drastic this is somebody's child does somebody system twenty five year old Kevin Phil was taken into custody in Suffolk County and now faces second degree murder charges prosecutors said that he was captured on surveillance video dumping that body and later abandoning their two year old son in front of a home in Jackson heights on the very same night the boys on harmed and in the custody of child services the news is brought to you by doctor leader means radiosurgery New York call two one two choices for more information at Lisette doctor leader injury DO surgery show coming up next year and seven ten W. O. R. the big game kicks off at six thirty as Kansas city hosts the forty Niners your W. all our weather channel forecast the high today will hit forty three with an increase in cloud cover this afternoon and approaching warm front major a few late day showers also will be arraigned this evening and then partly cloudy overnight low thirty eight a sunny warmer Monday tomorrow the high reaching fifty five hours will be possible early Tuesday and cloudy with a high in the low fifties I'm meteorologist Jeff Martley forty two degrees and mostly cloudy next news at four o'clock breaking news at one start today with one Berman and Michael regal in the morning six to ten tomorrow I'm Steve greenfield on seven ten W. O. R. NBC news radio station the following is a paid program W. O. R. is airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered for the ideas expressed for cancer treatment most prefer effective non invasive well tolerated outpatient therapy that's doctor liederman the radiosurgery pioneers goal to doctor liederman is first in America first in New York first for you with body radiosurgery Dr Lieberman hits your cancer with no cutting no bleeding doctor Lieberman has decades of experience.
First death outside China from coronavirus reported
"The first coronavirus death outside China has been reported in the Philippines New York City officials say next weekend's lunar new year parade in Chinatown will go on as planned New York state senator John Lou says taking common sense precautions will keep parade goers safe health precautions should be undertaken black with every
"senator john lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Government open through November now awaits the president's signature the house approved the same measure last week trump is signal he would sign the bill which must become law by Monday to avert a shutdown Congress passed a broader to your budget deal this summer but lawmakers need more time to work out various agency spending bills held up over the administration's demands for border wall money cloudy Seles NPR news the capitol the commerce department reports the economy grew at a modest to percent rate in the second quarter that's sharply lower in the more than three percent growth rates seen over the past year many analysts believe US economic growth will slow further in coming quarters as global weakness and rising trade tensions take a toll. an Iranian citizen brought to the U. S. from Australia the face conspiracy charges has been deported back to Iran it's a case the Iranians raise last year when they called for prisoner swap NPR's Michele Kellerman reports secretary of state Mike Pompeii says he won't discuss sensitive matters like the potential of a prisoner swap with Iran but he says getting Americans home is a priority this week we spend time nearly every day working to release the Americans and others who were detained wrongfully inside of Iran a we will continue to do that and I open pray that we make progress on that families of Americans Brits and others detained in Iran are here in New York to call attention to the matter they accuse Iran of taking hostages to gain negotiating leverage and have been meeting trump administration officials and others as they seek help in resolving those cases Michele Kelemen NPR news New York stocks finished modestly lower on Wall Street the Dow lost seventy nine points down a quarter of a percent you're listening to NPR news and this is W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd Lazio has had a change of heart about eliminating the exam for the city specialized high schools and state senator John Lou chairs the state's education committee is applauding that. the mayor is now has opened his eyes and seeing the problem more holistically and is willing to think outside the box and as importantly engage stakeholders in the quest for finding a solution the mayor says he's open to ideas other than eliminating the single tested mission it's a policy he says the goal was to better integrate the city's top high schools and new York's ban on flavored electronic cigarettes could soon expand to include a menthol Karen do with reports governor Andrew Cuomo says his health commissioner Dr Howard soccer is now recommending that menthol flavored E. cigarettes be taken off the market in New York Cuomo says the public health and health planning council will soon convened an emergency meeting to vote on a ban the recommendation comes one week after the council voted to ban flavored E. cigarettes effective October fourth the decisions com is a national health crisis stemming from vaping has sickened hundreds and killed several people all had been vaping though evidence so far points to additives to illegal cannabis vaping products and not to nicotine based vaping substances. and a new school with her by the artist Kalinda out while the wily is set to be unveiled in Times Square best known for painting Barack Obama's official portrait the sculpture is why lease first public work it's titled rumors of war and depicts a young black man in a modern street where astride a horse it's a response to the many statues erected during the civil rights movement that celebrate figures from the confederacy Jeanne Cooney is the art director for the.
"senator john lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The poll of eight hundred and sixty four Americans was conducted Wednesday night to medical Montanaro NPR news Washington vaping related breathing illnesses are now up more than fifty percent in just one week and the death toll is rising the centers for disease control and prevention says it's investigating more than eight hundred confirmed and probable cases in forty six states also says the death toll has climbed to twelve most patients have said the vape products that contain THC the chemical in marijuana that makes people high you're listening to NPR news and this is W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd wants the has had a change of heart about eliminating the exam for the city's specialized high schools state senator John Lou chairs the Senate Education Committee. the mayor is now has opened his eyes and seeing the problem more holistically and is willing to think outside the box and as importantly engage stakeholders in the quest for finding a solution the mayor says he's open to ideas other than eliminating the single test admissions policy I knew sculpture by artist could hinder Wiley is set to be unveiled in Times Square tomorrow best known for painting Barack Obama's official portrait the sculpture is Wiley's first public work it's titled rumors of war and depicts a young black man in modern street where astride a horse it's a response to many statues erected during the civil rights movement at celebrate figures of the confederacy Jeanette Cooney is the art director for the Times Square alliance not only making an impact for new Yorkers it's presenting the.
"senator john lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thirty one good morning I'm David first with these news headlines in less than twenty four hours twenty nine people were killed about fifty were wounded into mass shootings in different parts of the country over the weekend twenty people were killed when a gunman opened fire in el Paso Texas shopping area nine died when a gunman wearing body armor opened fire in a popular night life area in Dayton Ohio president Donald Trump is claiming he wants a strong background checks for gun users but is providing no details on what sort of legislation he would support the president is expected to talk about the mass shootings around ten o'clock this morning from the White House we will bring you that live here on WNYC the Florida man behind the mailing of sixteen packages of inoperative pipe bombs targeting thirteen famous Democrats and CNN is scheduled to be sentenced in New York today defense lawyers will urge leniency for fifty seven year old Cesar say OFC they say he committed his crimes after he became increasingly obsessive paranoid and angry believing enemies of president from poor trying to hurt him and other trump supporters prosecutors say a life sentence is necessary and appropriate after sale caused widespread fear and panic in the days before the twenty eighteen mid term elections none of the packages exploded New York state senator John Lou says in light of recent cyclists batalla these it might be time to reconsider the size of vehicles allowed to move around on city streets the city has existing size and weight limitations for vehicles on most roads but loose as those limits may need to be reevaluated in a city that anyone the growing density we don't need to consider whether he's over sized vehicles even have a place in our city the city's department of transportation says of the eighteen city cyclists killed so far this year ten were struck by truck drivers seventy three degrees right now mostly sunny skies today in New York City heading up to a high of eighty four welcome back to news out coming up next we look at the world of white nationalist extremism in the wake of the el Paso shooting but first Hong Kong the chief executive of the territory Carrie lam has warned the city is on the verge of a very dangerous situation off to protest as blocked roads and power lies train services during morning rush hour response of a city wide strike let's go to Hong Kong and speak to our correspondent Stephen McDonell I'm Stephen it set late in the evening now just describe what sort of day it's been it was interesting if Carrie lam says it's on the verge of a very dangerous situation of this in a very dangerous situation is because the diet with had battles islands all over the city and probably about a ten or a dozen different locations to a gas fights between both protesters and also just gentleman's in the community and the riot police this is all in part to support a strike.
"senator john lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is W. N. Y. C. ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder the US attorney for the western district of Texas John bash says federal authorities are treating Saturday shooting in el Paso that left twenty people dead as a case of domestic terrorism you're treating it as a domestic terrorism case and we're gonna do what we do the terrorists in this country which is deliver swift and certain justice thirties about a capital murder charge against you cues del Paso common law enforcement has yet to confirm whether he wrote an anti immigrant screen that was posted online shortly before the attack president trump calling on lawmakers to pass legislation require strong background checks on firearms purchasers posted a couple of tweets a short time ago about the Texas shooting and the one in Dayton Ohio ahead of remarks he is expected to deliver the White House later this morning Iran's foreign minister says the US is in his words standing alone in the world and has failed to build a coalition with its allies in the Persian Gulf impairs Peter Kenyon says remarks come a day after Iran sees the foreign ship travelling to the Gulf foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told a news conference that the American presence in the Gulf had caused misery and he accused Britain of being complicit in what he called US economic terrorism three spoke a day after state media reported Iran's revolutionary guards it seized the vessel allegedly carrying smuggled fuel to run is now sees to foreign ships Mohammad Javad Zarif spoke to reporters seem to run today after the trump administration impose financial sanctions against him this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York at seven thirty two good morning I'm David first seventy two degrees now in Central Park mostly sunny going up to a high of eighty four this afternoon local leaders are reacting to the mass shootings across the U. S. as speaking on NBC's meet the press New Jersey senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker said president trump was responsible for harming the moral fabric of the nation my faith have this idea that you reap what you sow when he is sowing seeds of hatred in our country and route this harvest of hate violence that we're seeing right now allies at his feet in a statement to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said it was past time for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to put a gun safety legislation up for a vote in the US Senate a New York lawmaker says he would like to see the stage DMV adopted the requirement for driving tests state senator John Lou says it's not enough that it's illegal to open a car door on safely into oncoming traffic a practice commonly known as during that can be especially dangerous for on coming cyclists Lou says he would support including the Dutch reach technique in driver's ed in a driver's road test if you want to fall out of a parking spot you can't simply look in the rear view mirror you literally have to physically look over your shoulder to make sure that there's no oncoming traffic the same should be true and required for opening the door so far this year to cyclists in New York City have been killed in Doering related incidents the twenty ninth annual dragon boat race took place in flushing meadows park over the weekends W. N. Y. C.'s rose merry misteri road along golden dragon heads lurch forward at the sound of the air horn a drummer sits at the bow and every boat keeping time the ten hours here is the pushing against the waters of the meadow.
"senator john lou" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Task Asian students have performed especially well on the S. H. I. C. T. they make up more than sixty percent of students at the specialized high schools though they represent only fifteen percent of the city's student population the Asian community it was completely excluded not inadvertently but intentionally and deliberately at a community forum in queens organized by state senator John Lou many parents and alumni of the elite schools showed their support for the test taking away the task will marginalize opportunities with thousands of students all of mostly low income and mostly immigrant and some worry that the proposal is selling division between the Asian and black and Latino students we need more grace then school so that we're not forced to divvy up the five thousand seats among eighty thousand eighth graders pitting one group against the other supporters of the S. H. S. A. T. proposed other ways to increase diversity such as expanding xcelerated or gifted and talented programs at the K. through eight level in under represented communities I'm here today to share some of our best practices with you I've been conned an alumnus of Bronx science high school one of the highly selective specialized schools is pushing for that approach he's also the CEO of con tutorial a test prep center that offers classes on how to take the specialized high school exam it serves mostly children of Bangladeshi immigrants in queens I think the mayor's plan is deeply flawed and he's not willing to admit inequity that exists in the Cape their weight system across New York City particularly in black brown an Asian neighborhoods some people gonna automatically look at this is a will of course he runs a testing center he's making money off of that flood system so how do you fix it more so than a test prep honor a lifelong New Yorker first animal proud public school product of your city public schools from the late eighties and nineties I've seen the changes that the city has made to the exam the problem is an eighth grade class in the Bronx unfortunately may be far behind a sixth grade class and more provision abre hood in our public school system I think the first step is to fix the pipe line by insuring that their expanded opportunities for accelerated learners from kindergarten first and second grade we met with a group of seventh graders and their parents at con to Torio the students plan to take the test for the specialized high schools this fall we want to get into the schools because we want a better opportunity to learn like sometimes the schools around us like they might not have all the the resources needed for us it like it's you've articles like Francis I want to become a software engineer when I grow up it's not just the education itself it's the caliber of students and the teachers that you're surrounded by what does he need to know that he has to go to the right I guess to take the test better and just to make sure that they can tie manage better by chance look around the says that the city's own free tutoring program has not improved diversity at the specialized high schools I personally went to a fair in the Bronx where we brought the middle school students that would be the top of their class we we did it in Spanish and in English we gave them materials we brought the principles of the specialized schools and the results this year or even worse than last year when you have seventy percent of the one point one million students who are black and Latino those families also won a fair shot they don't want a guaranteed spot in currently the system is not fair for them the integrate NYC students want to see a diversity planned it goes well beyond this specialized high schools and addresses the more than seventy high schools with tests and other requirements there's other schools that have screens are also interviews and auditions and even though it's called school choice often times the school actually chooses you for now nothing about that system has changed New York City students will still need to take the SAT SAT test to get into this specialized high schools propose legislation to eliminate the test has not reached the floor and either the state assembly or Senate for a vote in the meantime the mayor and chancellor have expanded a diversity initiative known as discovery program to about thirteen percent of the specialized high school population the program at mit students from disadvantaged backgrounds attend high poverty schools and scored just below the cut off score on the S. H. S. A. T. they plan to expand the program to twenty percent of seats at each specialized high school by next year for the PBS newshour I'm sorry three of us in New York the US women's.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Rush Limbaugh show next at noon on seven ten w. Yeah. Russia's coming up in less than six minutes or so. So make sure you hang on for that. So this whole texting and walking, and nobody paying attention is driving me up. The freaking wall, I get out of the train today at Grand Central and, you know, it's crowded as people walk in the platform to get into into the terminal and people are, are looking down at their phones as they're walking into crowds. And then I go into the main building, you know, the terminal, the clock is, and people are crisscrossing all over the place and what are they doing? They're looking at their phone. They're they're staring into their hand doing whatever they're doing. But what they're not doing is paying attention. And they're bumping into me, and it really bothers me and then I'm walking to go to the subway. And the people doing the same thing. Now, I know it's annoying, but it's not this annoying. We're New Yorkers. Where they're actually legislators in Albany that wanna make it a crime. You probably heard about if you didn't hear about this. I think it was earlier in this week. To assembly, an assemblyman and a Senator John Lou from queens a Lulu and assemblyman Felix Ortiz from the Bronx are both trying to make it a crime. They would impose a twenty or fifty dollar. Fine on first time offenders. But this is specifically if you're in a crosswalk. And then if you get a second offense with an eighteen months, you get a two hundred fifty dollar fine. So I mean I understand why I just don't agree with the knee dabble law for this and what we're cracks me up is one of these Lower East Side residents when asked in the newspaper articles can we vote these lawmakers out of office since their brain dead? Now, actually, you're the brain dead person, I guarantee you voted for these Democrats in the past elections, and you will vote for them again next time. So you're just as to blame as anybody else. But I look, I understand why they would do it. I just don't agree with the law. I just hope people have more commonsense and unfortunately, there's not a lot of it, and it was a tragedy, the other day, too, and you see this all the time. There was a twenty one year old Oregon state student. She fell one hundred feet. Choose taking pictures on her phone at a coastal viewpoint along highway one. Oh one. And she fell she wasn't paying attention. She, she's, she's looking at her phone, taking pictures that she fell one hundred feet, and she landed into a tree, which that was the only thing that prevented from splashing into the Pacific Ocean. But she was critically injured. It took hours and hours for the rescue team to get to her. And by the time they did they had the row per up. And by the time she got to Portland, she was dead. And that's tragedy. And but that is not uncommon. You hear that and see that all the time. It's like people with their GPS instead of looking at the road and using commonsense wherever wherever the GPS tells you to go even if it's off a cliff. You're gonna drive off the cliff because that probably quicker. But I'm just so it's just it's gotten to the point where it is just beyond annoying. And people don't even care. And that's all they do whenever you see just take a look next time. You're in a crowd at a ballgame people pay God, how much money for a ticket to go see a game I was at a Yankee game a week ago, whatever it was. And all you see people not even watching the game that they paid this tremendous amount of money for, and they're sipping their fifteen dollars cores light. And they're they're on their their phone. It's like can you can you live without it for a minute. An inning pitch. People can't. There should be a law for that. Wait a minute. That was a proposal for that. I just said, I was against it. Maybe I'm for it now anyway. It's, it's coming up noon, which means I'm outta here, and it's time for everybody to get ready for Memorial Day, which of course it's fleet week he got all people coming in. That's going to be great and Memorial Day, just so you know, as you start thinking about this weekend. It's obviously to honor the men and women who died while serving the US military. It's always, of course, on the last Monday of may. It was originally it was originally called decoration day because it followed the after the civil war, they would decorate the cemeteries and everything would flags and eventually became a federal holiday in one thousand nine hundred seventy one and you know what the first city or first place to celebrate Memorial Day. Waterloo. New York is the birthplace of a Memorial Day, and whereas Waterloo. It's an Seneca county in the finger lakes. Beautiful town. I've been there. All right. Thank you for me. It was it was great to be with you. I hope you have a great safe fun filled. Sun filled Memorial Day weekend. Enjoy it. Enjoy time with your family, relax, Mark Simone we back next week. Rush Limbaugh is up next,.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 710 WOR
"No. Oh me. If I sing everybody liked each other. So. Professional. Hope everybody likes each other. 'cause I s. How you doing? Good job. You we need. You don't wanna lose folks? That's yesterday. I center Steve Inskeep. You did something very important. I think you're up in Albany. Right. You just came back. And yes, and I think I think you should share with people in New York because and New Jersey this is all about is really about Korean history. And is about a woman, you know, infra Korean people. They call her Yukon soon, which is a Korean Joan of arc about a lot of people. Don't know by now, you know. So if you can teach our listeners a little bit what happened yesterday, and why is this so important for people in in America in our community well yesterday on the floor of the state Senate, we welcomed Min-Sung Kim, the president of the Korean American association of greater New York Cagney and the consul general park from the consulate in New York City. As well as five members of the national assembly Slyke, our congress, and we passed unanimously, we've publicans and Democrats don't often agree on much, but we did pass it unanimously passed a resolution honoring the traditions really of the Korean American community and talked about the Joan of arc of of Korea going back to the March first movement, which was a movement for Korean independence. But it's more than that. It would symbolizes the determination and the need for respect. I think and independence in Korea. And we honored her, and we honored Cagney, and we talked about the traditions of the Korean community and how. A hundred and two people arrived in Hawaii by boat or the Gaelic and it included twenty one women, but they came in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. To the shores of Hawaii to work in the sugarcane fields. And then more people came and more people came, and we developed a very vibrant Korean American community throughout the country. But particularly in New York City where we have a large Korean American population. And we honored that and the fact that they have been successful in so many areas and are an important part of our community. And in fact, a represented in the state assembly with a Korean American assembly member, Ron Kim. With whom I share a district and yesterday, they did it in the assembly also but sitting on the floor and the on a chair, obviously, we call it on the floor sitting in the chamber were these seven distinguished individuals. And we, hyper it home with me from Albany a copy of the resolution, and we will they left last night for soul. So I we will mail it to them or we will get it, and they will have a copy of their visit to to to to Albany. However, we they also met with our new majority leader Andrea Stewart cousins who was the first woman to be elected to. Leadership in either house going back to seventeen eighty seven. When the Senate started when the legislature started meeting, and they took photographs with Senator Stuart cousins and really each each group. I think impressed each other. Because I was very impressed with the fact that they all spoke English put us to shame and. I think they enjoyed their visit to to the Senate, and we arranged for them to receive a proclamation also from from the assembly and the Senate o or in addition Senator, and I working together for the the dwell too a reference of a sea of Japan as well as east. See it's been passed twice two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen in Senate, and we all this resolution, and like to see that to be really become a Bill that because of the it's not factual, the terminology sea of Japan was the change it during the Japanese occupation. So we would like to see with that. Because now she's a chair congratulations to Senator chair for the higher education. And we that and also we have the woman. Leader in the Senate and this year, we would like to see that that become peel that the to our friends of the sea of Japan and east to see. So that we can teach our cheered their uninfected actual and the current the history and geographically important. Yes. That they should learn the truth and the accurate. Absolutely. Yes. And we will be working on that. Yes. I'm looking forward to. So. I think something great. I've been working with assemblyman Ed Bernstein on that issue. He's been very involved. Yes. I see. So I mean for our listeners, I think they don't really understand full, you this can you briefly tell us who she is other Ugandan soon was doing the Japanese occupation. She was a student from the Hawk Down. You Huck dung was established by the the missionary from a United States. And so. Since she was young. She was learning freedom and truth and the fate, and they win she had to go through because during the Japanese occupation. They have to change their name and they can last week. You speak one word of the the Korean you will be Spanish. And so the when she was a leader of the freedom of the campaign. She was in. She was a capture, and she was a torture in that she was reading the can. And does she was drawn and she die in the Hardiman yomas OB cheese in Korea. So we are learning from since a very young. And also this is important because a woman's right is now focus in the society now. And so we that I mean, recognizing New York Senate recognizing it, and especially the much I is the that independence day, and then they doing the campaign and debt instigate through the whole the career and then become liberation nine hundred forty five. So we are learning in the textbook, and I cannot believe and thank God that disease really become. An older Senator and assembly I really appreciate for their recognition. Right. I think yesterday everybody worked hard, and I think the clinic community Korean-American community really appreciate our centers to vindicate did. And I hope that you can continue to do. Great work. You're awesome person and your community are so happy for you. And you know, she's such a great work for the people in her community. I should also add that the Senate resolution. The other sponsor was Senator John Lou who is from originally from Taiwan. And he and I were the sponsors of the resolution. Oh, did you. Yes. He and I were the two sponsors. But when on the floor, I we both asks that it'd be opened up for everybody to add their names everybody did and the resolution when it was printed said senators Visconti Lou and then the other members the other sixty-one. Members of the Senate. So it's unanimous. Well, that's fantastic. I wish the east to Bill go smoother like that. Great.
"senator john lou" Discussed on 710 WOR
"No. Maybe. If I sing everybody liked each other. So. And I hope everybody likes each other because I s. How you doing good job? You may need. You don't wanna lose votes? That's yes. But yesterday, I Senator Steve Inskeep. You did something very important. I think you were up in Albany. Right. You just came back. And yes, and I think I think you should share with people in New York because and New Jersey because this is all about it's really about Korean history. And is about a woman in infra Korean people. They call her you Quan soon, which is a Korean Joan of arc by a lot of people don't know by now, you know. So if you can teach our listeners a little bit what happened yesterday, and why is this so important for people in in America in our community well yesterday on the floor of the state Senate, we welcomed Min-Sung Kim, the president of the Korean American association of greater New York Cagney and the consul general park from the consulate in New York City. As well as five members of the national assembly Slyke, our congress and we passed unanimously. Republicans and Democrats don't often agree on much, but we did pass it unanimously we passed a resolution honoring the traditions really of the Korean American community and talked about the Joan of arc of of Korea going back to the March first movement, which was a movement for Korean independence. But it's more than that. It would symbolizes the determination and the need for respect. I think and independence in Korea. And we honored her, and we honored Cagney, and we talked about the traditions of the Korean community and how a hundred and two people arrived in Hawaii by boat or the SS Gaelic and it included twenty one women, but they came in nineteen oh three to the shores of Hawaii to work in the sugarcane. Fields. And then more people came and more people came, and we developed a very vibrant Korean American community throughout the country. But particularly in New York City where we have a large Korean American population. And we honored that and the fact that they have been successful in so many areas and are an important part of our community. And in fact, a represented in the state assembly with a Korean American assembly member, Ron Kim with whom I share a district and yesterday, they did it in the assembly also but sitting on the floor and the on a chair, obviously, we call it on the floor sitting in the chamber were these seven distinguished individuals. And we hype brought home with me from Albany a copy of the resolution, and we will they left last night for soul. So we will mail it to them or we will get it. And they will have a copy of their visit. To to to to all buzney. However, we they also met with our new majority leader Andrea Stewart cousins who was the first woman to be elected to. Leadership in either house going back to seventeen eighty seven. When the Senate started when the legislature started meeting and take took photographs with Senator Stuart cousins. And really each each group. I think impressed each other. Because I was very impressed with the fact that they all spoke English put us to shame and. I think they enjoyed their visit to to the Senate we arranged for them to receive a proclamation also from from the assembly and the Senate or in addition Senator, and I working together for the the dwell too are reference of sea of Japan as well as east to see it's been passed twice two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen in Senate and with all this resolution and on our like to see that to be really become a Bill that because of the it's not factual the terminology sea of Japan. Was it change it during the Japanese occupation? So we would like to see with that. Because now she's a chair congratulations to Senator chair for the higher education. And we that and also we have the. Women's leader in the Senate and this year, we would like to see that that become a Bill that the to our friends of the sea of Japan and east, Tennessee. So that we can teach our children factual and current the history and geographically important. Yes. That they should learn the truth and the accurate. Absolutely. Yes. And we will be working on that. Yes. I'm looking forward to. So. I think something great happens. I've been working with assemblyman Ed Bernstein on that issue. He's been very involved. Yes. I see. So I mean for our listeners, I think they don't really understand full, you this can you briefly tell us who she is other Ugandan soon was doing the Japanese occupation. She was a student from the Hawk Down. You Huck dung was established by the the missionary from a United States. And so we'll see. Since she was young. She was a learning freedom and truth and the fate, and they win she had to go through because during the Japanese occupation. They have to change their name, and they cannot speak speak one word of the the Korean you will be Spanish. And so the when she was a leader of the freedom of the campaign. She was in the she was a capture and she was torture in that. She was put it in the can. And does she was drawn and she died in those Hardiman yomas obituaries in Korea. So we are learning from since the very young. And also this is important because a woman's right is now. Focus in the society now. And so we that I mean, recognizing New York Senate recognizing it, and especially the much I is the that independence day, and then they doing the campaign and debt instigate through the whole the career and then become liberation nine hundred forty five. So we are learning in the textbook, and I cannot believe and thank God that this is really become an order Senator and assembly I really appreciate for their recognition. Right. I think yesterday everybody worked hard, and I think the chronic community Korean-American community really appreciate centers to vindicate did. And I hope that you can continue to great work. You're awesome person and your community are so happy for you. And you know, she's doing such great work for the people in her community. I should also add that the. Senate resolution. The other sponsor was Senator John Lou who is from originally from Taiwan. And he and I were the sponsors of the resolution. Oh, did you. Yes. He and I were the two sponsors. But when on the floor, I we both asked that it be opened up for everybody to add their names everybody did and the resolution when it was printed said senators Davinci Lou and then the other members the other sixty-one members of the Senate, so it's unanimous. Well, that's fantastic. I wish the east to Bill go smoother like that. Great.
"senator john lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hail. No, I in house, Brian. Everybody who Senator before you go since you, a Representative from queens. Do you want to see the Amazon deal scrapped a some queens lawmakers? Do look I'd love to see twenty-five thousand great paying jobs and highly skilled jobs for New Yorkers. But why do we have to spend three billion dollars on it? I mean, we can spend three billion dollars on so many other things and the reality is, you know, I think they would come anyway. Is it a done deal? I don't think it's a done deal. Does the state legislature have any power over it? Absolutely. I think you can ask our deputy leader Mitch. And and I think he's got many state senators who understand the real issues there? I certainly do he represented Long Island city. Yes, it would be in his district. And so, you know, I don't think it's a done deal by any stretch. There's a Bill Santa Cruz something there's not a well. There's a couple of bills might generis has called for Bill to have full transparency of any of these deals, but the question is would that be retroactive the kinds of the kinds of role. We can play the governor's proposal changes a tax credit for Amazon the legislature needs to approve changes in tax credits. The governor cannot do that on his own. There's something called the public authorities control board when money's go through that the land use. Control that was built into the Amazon deal where you skip New York City having any say the public public. Authorities control board has three voters the majority leader of the Senate speaker of the assembly the governor it has to be all three. Yes, it has to be unanimous. So it's not so easy to get the unanimous when something's very controversial. So there's a number of bites at the apple that Albany has so to speak, please. Thank state Senator, John Lou from queens and state Senator..