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Allen Weisselberg Testifies Trump Family Not Involved in Tax Fraud

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Allen Weisselberg Testifies Trump Family Not Involved in Tax Fraud

"Don't want to pass up on this There was testimony today in a courtroom in New York City How about the Trump organization And Alan weisselberg a senior adviser former chief financial officer at former president Trump's organization He said he conspired with a subordinate to hide more than a decade's worth of extras from his taxable income Ready And I quote but that neither Trump nor the family were involved Excuse me But neither Trump nor the family were involved Can you tell me why that's not the leading story on every single cable news show I haven't even seen it once Can you tell me why that's not the lead story the headline at the New York Post front page Let's see if it is tomorrow Can you see if this is going to be the headline on one of the editorials from the office nerds at The Wall Street Journal Maybe it'll be a headline at the national review legal analyst Andy McCarthy He'll jump into this no question about that Let's just see Ladies and gentlemen how much the media how much the media focus on this

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Joe Biden to Give Unannounced Speech Tonight

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | Last month

Joe Biden to Give Unannounced Speech Tonight

"It was just announced moments ago that Biden is going to give an unscheduled speech at the capitol tonight. White House senior adviser adviser Anita Dunn said he's going to give the speech from Capitol Hill because that's where there was an attempt to subvert our democracy. Now, what in the world could Biden be doing tonight? Tonight, 6 days before the midterm election, given a speech from the capitol because that's where there was an attempt to subvert democracy. Be ready for anything. You better be prepared for anything they throw at us. And I think you need to be prepared for Biden leading office, leaving office. And I think he's going to leave office pretty soon.

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Biden to speak on threats to democracy ahead of midterms

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Biden to speak on threats to democracy ahead of midterms

"President Biden will speak again on threats to democracy at a democratic political event tonight in Washington Less than a week before the midterm elections President Biden will continue a theme he raised in Philadelphia in September Donald Trump and the migra Republicans represented extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic The president's scheduled to speak at an event in union station near the U.S. capitol tonight hosted by the Democratic National Committee The president will address the threat of election deniers they said and those who seek to undermine faith in voting in democracy White House senior adviser Anita Dunn tells axios the president will be very clear tonight that he is speaking to people who don't agree with him on any issues campaigning for Democrats in Florida last night Biden warned of a hundreds of candidates who have denied the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election Folks this ain't your father's Republican Party This is a different breed of cat Jennifer King Washington

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Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

"Last night, former senior adviser to Trump, Stephen Miller, was on newsmax's Eric bolling show. Here's cut two. Listen to Steven Miller, what he accurately pointed out. And I want to play for you his argument and then I want to tell you ask you to call and tell me whether you agree or disagree with Stephen Miller's assessment. The President Biden is not cognitively present. He does not have the mental capacity to serve as the president of the United States of America. If he was in a nursing home, he would be in the assisted living section, not the area where people are in a retirement community who are living their own lives and who are making their own decisions. Maybe they just have a little bit of help when they need it. He would be in the round the clock care section for someone who forgets who they are, where they are, what they're doing, who's alive, who's dead, how to take care of themselves. He is completely cognitively diminished and deteriorated. So this is a terrifying situation. And of course, we see the results. We see the results all the time. The world is more violent, more dangerous, more unstable than ever before.

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Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

"So I want to jump into this. I've never heard of the Tennessee volunteer military academy. This is what grades 6 through 12. Yes, currently gray 6 two 12. We petitioned with the Memphis Shelby county schools to be able to open up fall of 23, 24, and now we're just waiting back for that approval. All right, so my understanding is that you've been getting some blowback over this to some extent. What's going on, why the problem? Well, one of the problems that we currently have in our city is that there are a lot of individuals doing the exact same things from public schools, charter schools, and now we have something different, which is a full-time ROTC military charter academy. So from that mindset, everyone thinks that we're going to militarize our children. So, and that's my understanding here, the chairman of the local Republican Party was jumping into this because the school board denied the school because of concerns that you were guys were going to want to create a militia or something. Well, not necessarily a militia, but to a point where they weren't quite familiar with how we would actually perform. So yes, Kerry von did get involved and also mister John du Barry, the senior adviser to governor Lee is also on our board. So we're in compliance, now we're just waiting for approval.

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To Joe Biden, You Are a Domestic Terrorist

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | 2 months ago

To Joe Biden, You Are a Domestic Terrorist

"You know if you are now, I guess I should probably ask you before I make a declaration. Are you a maga Republican? If you are a maggot Republican, you are, by definition from the president of the United States, you are a domestic terrorist. You are probably an enemy of the state, you are hell bent on destroying this country. These are messages and direct quotes will actually those are paraphrases of historic quotes that he made in Philadelphia just a couple of weeks back. You heard it. He repeated them a couple of times on other different stump speeches where his campaigning for losing Democrats. All across this country, as we are now what? We're less than 50. I don't have the down of the number count. But we're less than 50 days from the midterm election. And so Biden has spent a great deal of time telling you those awful things of what he thinks about you as a maga Republican if you do count yourself as a manga Republican. So I want to start this broadcast. By asking, are you a maga Republican and if so, how do you respond to the allegations from the president and his senior advisers that you are an enemy of the state, you are a domestic terrorist, you are radicalist you are an extreme or radical and an extremist and you wish to destroy the United States of America.

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Jan. 6 committee requests information from Newt Gingrich

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Jan. 6 committee requests information from Newt Gingrich

"Panel investigating the January 6th insurrection is seeking information from former House speaker Newt Gingrich about his communications with senior advisers to then president Trump in the days leading up to the 2021 attack on the capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a letter to gingrich January 6th committee chairman Benny Thompson requests the former House speaker cooperate voluntarily He says the panel has obtained emails between gingrich and Trump associates about TV ads designed to cast doubt on the 2020 voting repeating and relying on false claims about fraud He says those ads were aired in the days leading up to December 14th 2020 when electors from each state met to cast their votes for president and vice president a time when Georgia election officials were facing intimidation and threats of violence Thompson also writes gingrich appears to have been involved in Trump's scheme to appoint fake collectors emailing chief of staff Mark Meadows about those efforts on the evening of January 6th after

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Kellyanne Conway: Unfairness of Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Scam

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Kellyanne Conway: Unfairness of Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Scam

"Kellyanne Conway, former senior adviser to president Trump was on with Sean Hannity last night on Fox News. And made a great observation about the cruel, unfairness of this college debt forgiveness scam that Biden is about to announce. It's not fair to the welders, the carpenters, the hairdressers, the people who chose to not go to college or who couldn't afford to go or to stay in the college, not fair for them. It's also not fair to the people who have paid off their student loans because they've made personal financial sacrifices to allow them to do that. It also is a complete farce that they already passed something misnamed as the inflation reduction act and turn around and are going to make inflation worse. Economists, Obama economist Larry summers and others are making this point show them that you're going to make education more expensive by letting these colleges know that OG every student basically has an extra $10,000. It's just tackled on from the beginning, but in addition to that, we are, we are making things more expensive because they continue to spend money that we don't have on things that we don't need. Cruelty, it's the cruelty of it all.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Country back. It's getting dark to dark to see. I'm not alone heaven still. This is one of the greatest songs of all time. It just is, isn't it? No, it's just fantastic. Why have I spent my life undervaluing Bob Dylan? Well, 'cause sometimes he's overrated. I knew I could be part of it. I guess he's an important part of God, but blowing in the wind times here, a change in tangled up in blue. Well, and I think one of the first times I saw him, I think he was on Letterman in some very memorable show in the early 90s or something like that. And he was like, unintelligible. I was like, babe, you bad, you could have had a big wow. What? And so I don't know, but maybe as I'm older, my appreciation of him is probably increasing. Dylan museum somewhere. I just saw this hitting Minnesota or something. Yeah, his notes and his, some of his transcripts, and he wrote some stuff blowing in the wind on an envelope or some crazy thing. And I saw my favorite. Wait a minute. The new the Bob Dylan center, it opened two weeks ago. The Bob Dylan center, I'm not quite sure why it's in Tulsa. Yeah, I just saw the report on CBS Sunday morning the other day. And I always DVR those, so I don't know what order it's in. But they were celebrating sort of this opening of sort of a Bob Dylan center that was a tribute to the man, the legend of the way of life. By the way, listen to you and Rhonda, I'm with her. I hate it when I get the middle seat on the airplane. That's the worst. It's absolutely the worst on that middle seat. She's right about that. I'm losing my mind because that was the recorded the record soda spot. Oh, I thought you fooled me. I thought it was lying. I'm saying to the last conversation I had with Rhonda was off the air and it wasn't about that. I absolutely didn't losing my flippin minds. I'm sorry. That's okay. I pulled the curtain back because I do that once in a while. That's fine. I'm live when I'm really excited. Today when I'm making a mess, I mean, I'll be interviewing somebody, obviously interviewing I'm gonna have a great conversation with Corey Lewandowski because the Hillary story is so epic. I mean, her role in the Russian collusion hoax is profound. My conversation with him today. Excellent. And I may or may not be actually live with him or I may be making a mad dash to the I may be running OJ style through the actually taking the helicopter out to JFK. Yeah, I don't think we need to. I don't think we need to be referring to running through the airport as doing it OJ style anymore. Because we have fond memories of those. They were hurts ads, right? Hurts. Kurt rent a car helps you get through the airport so quickly. It's like running an OJ's jumping and moving and grooving as he did wearing a Buffalo Bills, Jersey, and USC Trojan Jersey, et cetera. However, I think if you talk about OJ running through an airport, now it gives off an imagery of OJ rushing to make a plane and in the process killing people. So trying to discard the blood in the bag with the bloody hiding the body in the weapon terminal B so trying to wash off the DNA. But your travels, so you're in New York right now. New York and then too much today, Los Angeles. I'll be broadcasting from our corporate headquarters tomorrow. Cool. And Thursday and then back to New York Thursday night and go back in New York Friday for about a week or so and then finally back to Florida. The story here in New York that everybody's talking.

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Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

"Corey Dan bongino called the sussman trial and the revelations that are being uncovered. The biggest political scandal in modern American history. I agree with that. Do you? I absolutely agree with it. And the fact that it isn't being covered in most of the press is because they know it's true. They know sussman lied to the FBI. They know the political hit job. And at minimum, they were complicit in this. I know. That came to. They knew this whole dossier was fake. The media did nothing to validate it. They took sussman at his word and they peddled information. Look, Michael, don't forget the guy who lied on the Pfizer applications who was an FBI employee. He liked a spy in Americans, got a one year probation. He still works at the FBI

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Corey Lewandowski: Mainstream Media Gives No Coverage of Sussman Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Corey Lewandowski: Mainstream Media Gives No Coverage of Sussman Trial

"But here's the problem. The mainstream media ABC NBC CBS News, MSNBC, zero coverage of the sussman trials. Zero. Can you imagine if Corey Lewandowski as the former campaign manager, Donald Trump was on trial right now for peddling misinformation? And trying to and being accused of lying to the FBI. I mean, the problem we have Michael is, look at lying to the FBI, it's only a crime if you're a normal person. If you're a special person and you're Andy mccabe or your Peter struck or at least a page or in this case sussman, there is no crime. Cory. Don't worry about it.

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Corey Lewandowski: Why Does the Media Only Validate the NY Times?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Corey Lewandowski: Why Does the Media Only Validate the NY Times?

"Right. Look, we knew and remember this. The New York Post ran this story, the fourth largest newspaper in America, and if you attempted to share the New York Post story, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch, who also owns The Wall Street Journal, if you attempted to share that, you were flagged for disinformation on Twitter, right? Why is it that once The New York Times decides something is validated that the rest of the media comes and says, well, The New York Times said it. Look, over the weekend, The New York Times said that 5000 kids between the ages of 5 and 11 years old, 11 years old, died from COVID. Absolutely not true. I know. And they had to go make the corrections. They would diagnose. Well, it was a big difference between a diagnosis and dying. They also

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Corey Lewandowski: Where's the Apology From the Media for Being Wrong?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Corey Lewandowski: Where's the Apology From the Media for Being Wrong?

"So what is really justice? Michael, there's a lot of guys like clue and asking other people who've been part of team Trump that were vilified and chastised by the legacy media, told us we were liars and wrong, only to see them go back and change their headlines 7 years later, say, whoops, I guess the Hunter Biden laptop, oops, I guess the whole Russia collusion narrative was a falsehood. We'll keep the Pulitzer Prize that we got. And sorry for destroying your lives. When does that apology come? Well, in fact, funny, you mentioned that because I was just reading over the weekend, NBC News has now joined The New York Times, The Washington Post Politico in verifying the laptop dismissed as Russian disinformation in 2020. I mean, there I saw a report from Hallie Jackson on NBC the other day. I thought fell off my couch where she did the whole Hunter Biden story. She sounded like a talking head on newsmax. Because they've been shamed into

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Must be a similar satisfaction that you're feeling right now in Robbie mook testifying Friday that it was actually Hillary who said give this phony story to the news media. Corey, give me your thoughts, give me your take. I know you're following this Michael sussman trial pretty closely. What's the Corey Lewandowski takeaway of what we've learned so far? Michael, here's the problem. Sussman is probably going to be found guilty of lying to the FBI because we have his text messages when he reached out to baker who at the time was the chief legal counsel for the FBI and said I'd like to come and see you and it's not for a client and it's not for a political campaign just as the goodness of my own heart. I want to share this information with you. We have that text message and that's what Durham predicated this whole follow-up on. Now what we're going to find out, though, because justice is not equally distributed, we know that Robbie milk has now said that Hillary Clinton green lit this, but that Robbie never knew it was going to go to the FBI. We were just going to give it to The New York Times. And what sussman told baker we now know was we think you should investigate this because The New York Times is about to run the store. And then baker actually called The New York Times and said, hey, please don't run the story yet because the FBI wants to track it down when the entire time Susan was a source to The New York Times. And so what's going to happen to sussman? My guess is, I get to slap on the wrist. Maybe he loses his law license for a year. Maybe he gets probation, but his life will get destroyed like Michael Flynn. He's not going to end up bankrupt. He's not going to be dragged in front of Congress like Corey Lewandowski was in front of Jerry Nadler.

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Corey Lewandowski: Michael Sussmann Will Get a Slap on the Wrist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 6 months ago

Corey Lewandowski: Michael Sussmann Will Get a Slap on the Wrist

"Must be a similar satisfaction that you're feeling right now in Robbie mook testifying Friday that it was actually Hillary who said give this phony story to the news media. Corey, give me your thoughts, give me your take. I know you're following this Michael sussman trial pretty closely. What's the Corey Lewandowski takeaway of what we've learned so far? Michael, here's the problem. Sussman is probably going to be found guilty of lying to the FBI because we have his text messages when he reached out to baker who at the time was the chief legal counsel for the FBI and said I'd like to come and see you and it's not for a client and it's not for a political campaign just as the goodness of my own heart. I want to share this information with you. We have that text message and that's what Durham predicated this whole follow-up on. Now what we're going to find out, though, because justice is not equally distributed, we know that Robbie milk has now said that Hillary Clinton green lit this, but that Robbie never knew it was going to go to the FBI. We were just going to give it to The New York Times. And what sussman told baker we now know was we think you should investigate this because The New York Times is about to run the store. And then baker actually called The New York Times and said, hey, please don't run the story yet because the FBI wants to track it down when the entire time Susan was a source to The New York Times. And so what's going to happen to sussman? My guess is, I get to slap on the wrist. Maybe he loses his law license for a year. Maybe he gets probation, but his life will get destroyed like Michael Flynn. He's not going to end up bankrupt. He's not going to be dragged in front of Congress like Corey Lewandowski was in front of Jerry Nadler.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Wireless. I'd love to. The Mike Gallagher show. These people who brag about how competent they are, it's a total fiasco from start to finish. Yeah, well, this is one of the big reasons why they had to destroy Donald Trump and why they're still intent on destroying Donald Trump because he was not one of them. He was not part of the ruling class, he owed no one, anything. And he had never done any of this before. And he comes in and he actually began solving America's problems. In the relief factor dot com studios, here's Mike. I wonder if president Trump ever gets tired of being vindicated. I wonder if Corey Lewandowski ever gets tired of being vindicated. One of these guys ever get tired of The Washington Post vindicating them. I mean, look at headline after headline. How about The Wall Street Journal? We talked a lot about it yesterday. Opinion piece from the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal, Hillary did it. Hillary Clinton was the one according to the testimony by 2016 Clinton campaign manager Robbie mook. It was Hillary who greenlit the phony Russia collusion garbage. Let's talk to mister mooks counterpart over on the Trump side. Corey Lewandowski was senior Trump 2020 campaign advisory service similar capacity in 2016. In fact, I once heard it described this way. It was Donald Trump, Corey Lewandowski, Hope Hicks and maybe one other that got into an office one day and said, mister Trump should run for president. So you talk about being in the room where it happened here he is. Corey Lewandowski, it's great having you back on the show. How you been? I'm doing great, Mike. Thanks for having me. And you know, I would love to say that that description is far off, but it really wasn't. And it goes to show you what a small group of people can do when they only have a singular focus, which is to try and change the direction of the country. And really, I believe Hope Hicks and myself in a very small group of people tried to do that and we did it through Donald Trump, whose 99.99% of the campaign and the rest of us were .01, but it seemed to work. Yeah, sure did. And you are never given the credit you deserve for playing that role. And I think so fondly of you when I think about that small group that you were a part of sitting down with mister Trump insane, hey, let's do something crazy. Let's challenge the entire orthodoxy. Let's turn the machine upside down. Let's knock over the sacred cows and let's have you run for president and what a feeling it must have been for you election night 2016, but it also must be a similar satisfaction that you're feeling right now in Robbie mook testifying Friday that it was actually Hillary who said give this phony story to the news media. Corey, give me your thoughts, give me your take. I know you're following.

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ABC News: American Taxpayers Will Pay Billions to 'Save the Planet'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 6 months ago

ABC News: American Taxpayers Will Pay Billions to 'Save the Planet'

"Derek, can you send me the story from ABC News about how many billions of dollars we're spending to try to suck carbon dioxide out of the air to help fight climate change. This was an ABC News article yesterday. I thought, well, they're drunk. They're over there drunk over at ABC. They're making crap up. No, no, no. It's true. The taxpayers of the United States, whether you like it or not, are going to be spending billions with a B to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere in an attempt to save the planet from the destructive impact of climate change. I swear to you, it's a true story. Now, the media won't ABC covered it, which is good. Where do you hear the story? This is who's running things. This is who's running things. Trump does look so bad right now, does he? Mean tweets aren't so bad right now, are they?

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Caller: Every Democrat Committed Insider Trading on EVs

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Caller: Every Democrat Committed Insider Trading on EVs

"Hey Phil witches, are they this dumb or is this intentional? And they're just gaslighting this. Well, I think mainly if you read into some of it, every one of them Democrats when Biden got into office, ran and bought stock in Tesla and Ford and Chevrolet into the electric cars. Every one of them did. It's called insider trading. Let's start there. Then on top of that, they're really so stupid to think that the average American will go spend anywhere from 70 to $90,000 for an electric car and have their house rewired to put in one of these plugs, which you still got to pay for the electric. Which I'm told is going to run us anywhere from 70 to a $100 a week to charge one of these damn cars.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. I'm very disappointed in Mike as a lot of people are and he just wrote greatly disappointed me. War with China, can we win a war with China with our current military? I mean, let's be honest. He said he wanted to run as a unifying president. He has. He has unified the country against him. When we talk about the children of the community, they are a children of the community. No, from the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike Gallagher. The community, you are, after all, the children of the community. Did you know that? How profound am I? You are the children of the community. And when I welcome the children of the community, they are absolutely you are the children of the community. Yeah, that's our vice president. How about listening to mama Kamala? That was her nickname she gave herself, right? Mama Kamala, Kamala mamala, Kamala Harris. Rhodes scholars have nothing on this one. This is, listen, I'm at a point right now. I know it's primary day. We got a lot to talk about. We got Pence, Mike Pence, signaling he might run for president against Donald Trump in 2024. Wow. Oh boy, how do we get started on that? But before we dive into that, you got to hear the vice president, let me give you a twofer. Yuri, let's play cut one, and then we'll play cut two. Vice president Kamala Harris, giving a speech outside the children's national hospital in Washington, D.C.. Check out these words of wisdom. Kennedy? They are a children of the community. No. No, you don't say. When you talk about the children of the community, they are the children. You know what, I'm telling you right now. She's doing this on purpose. She's not this stupid. She can not be this stupid. She's got people that write things for her. She's got people who do things on her behalf. There's no way she's this dumb. She's doing it on purpose. Now Biden is another story. Is he as dense as he seems, is this cognitive decline? Cut two people are struggling. People are suffering. People are figuring out what am I going to do? How am I going to pay to fill up my gas tank? I got to get to work. I have to do my job. I got to get from point a to point B it's $5 and 40 cents a gallon. It's 80 $90 to fill up my minivan, what do I do? Well, grandpa Joe says, don't fret. 'cause this is actually good news. And when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an incredible transition that is taking place that God willing when it's over will be stronger in the world be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over. You see what Europe is doing relative to the importation of Russian gas. You see anyway, I won't go through it all, but and what I've been able to do to keep it from getting even worse, and it's bad. The price of gas, the prompt is something I told you heard me say before, it would be a matter of great discussion on my kitchen table when I was kid growing up. It's affecting a lot of families. I've heard the phrase tone deaf, but that isn't just tone deaf. That is bizarrely out of touch with hardworking Americans who are witnessing the complete destruction of any logic coming from The White House. An incredible transition as part of the process to wean ourselves off fossil fuels, oh, that's what this is about. Good to know. They can't be this bad. Are they gaslighting us? Are they trolling us? Kamala Harris can't be so stupid. When we talk about the children of the community, they are a children of the community. No, no, no adult says that. If a 9th grader stood up and gave that in a speech, the speech teacher would give him an F nobody talks that way in public life, the soaring gas prices are part of an incredible transition, God willing we will be stronger and will be less reliant on fossil fuels, so let me go back, we're going to break a lot of stuff down today, but let me open up the phone lines right now. I want you, I ask you this question a lot, but it makes me crazy, and I'm obsessed with this question. Are they this bad or are they just trolling us? Is this just a game they're playing? Are they doing this on purpose? One 806 5 5 mic. Are they destroying America on purpose? Are they sane the most profoundly stupid things they can on purpose or are they really this ignorant? Are they this tone deaf? Are they just this blind? Are they just out of touch? Which is it? Let's go.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Now Biden is another story. Is he as dense as he seems, is this cognitive decline? Cut two people are struggling. People are suffering. People are figuring out what am I going to do? How am I going to pay to fill up my gas tank? I got to get to work. I have to do my job. I got to get from point a to point B it's $5 and 40 cents a gallon. It's 80 $90 to fill up my minivan, what do I do? Well, grandpa Joe says, don't fret. 'cause this is actually good news. And when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an incredible transition that is taking place that God willing when it's over will be stronger in the world be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over. You see what Europe is doing relative to the importation of Russian gas. You see anyway, I won't go through it all, but and what I've been able to do to keep it from getting even worse, and it's bad. The price of gas, the prompt is something I told you heard me say before, it would be a matter of great discussion on my kitchen table when I was kid growing up. It's affecting a lot of families. I've heard the phrase tone deaf, but that isn't just tone deaf. That is bizarrely out of touch with hardworking Americans who are witnessing the complete destruction of any logic coming from The White House.

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Joe Biden's Out-of-Touch Comments on High Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Joe Biden's Out-of-Touch Comments on High Gas Prices

"Now Biden is another story. Is he as dense as he seems, is this cognitive decline? Cut two people are struggling. People are suffering. People are figuring out what am I going to do? How am I going to pay to fill up my gas tank? I got to get to work. I have to do my job. I got to get from point a to point B it's $5 and 40 cents a gallon. It's 80 $90 to fill up my minivan, what do I do? Well, grandpa Joe says, don't fret. 'cause this is actually good news. And when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an incredible transition that is taking place that God willing when it's over will be stronger in the world be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over. You see what Europe is doing relative to the importation of Russian gas. You see anyway, I won't go through it all, but and what I've been able to do to keep it from getting even worse, and it's bad. The price of gas, the prompt is something I told you heard me say before, it would be a matter of great discussion on my kitchen table when I was kid growing up. It's affecting a lot of families. I've heard the phrase tone deaf, but that isn't just tone deaf. That is bizarrely out of touch with hardworking Americans who are witnessing the complete destruction of any logic coming from The White House.

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VP Kamala Harris' Words of Wisdom Outside Children's National Hospital

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

VP Kamala Harris' Words of Wisdom Outside Children's National Hospital

"Got to hear the vice president, let me give you a twofer. Yuri, let's play cut one, and then we'll play cut two. Vice president Kamala Harris, giving a speech outside the children's national hospital in Washington, D.C.. Check out these words of wisdom. Kennedy? They are a children of the community. No. No, you don't say. When you talk about the children of the community, they are the children. You know what, I'm telling you right now. She's doing this on purpose. She's not this stupid. She can not be this stupid. She's got people that write things for her. She's got people who do things on her behalf. There's no way she's this dumb. She's doing it on purpose.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up this hour inflation threatens Democrats already dim chances of holding on to Congress after midterm elections I talked to President Biden's senior adviser gene sperling about The White House plan to bring inflation down and for the view from the other side of the aisle I spoke with Republican senator Tom tillis of North Carolina and a new study on the effects of all the fiscal stimulus on American households Notre-Dame economics professor James Sullivan is here to take us through the results But first this week marked a grim milestone the 1 millionth death from COVID-19 in the United States President Biden spoke from the global COVID-19 summit saying there must be a united effort to eradicate COVID and protect against the next pandemic This summer is an opportunity to renew our efforts to keep our foot in the gas when it comes to getting this pandemic under control And preventing future health crises To talk about what more needs to be done for the global fight against the coronavirus I talked to doctor Matt Lawrence he's professor at University of Maryland school of medicine We need to continue leading the charge in terms of vaccine development in terms of development of effective antivirals and monoclonal antibodies in terms of where we would be able to provide testing and adequate treatment to individuals who are diagnosed with COVID early in the disease process All of these are measures that would serve to limit not only the death and morbidity associated with COVID-19 but also the strain on families and communities that we're seeing now So more investment is definitely needed as we know the virus continues to mutate and these mutations are causing increased numbers of cases across the United States and in other parts of the world For instance we're entering the very 5th wave of COVID now 19 And it is most likely due to an omicron sub variant And as these new variants continue to emerge the need to develop effective antivirals and effective monoclonal antibodies is even more urgent as the previous versions of these medications might no longer be effective against new variants I know doctor you've spent a fair amount of time in Africa on particularly on malaria Diseases such as that Address if you would the reports I've seen have a new sub lineages is what I'm seeing they're called of COVID-19 in South Africa I think I read that the number of cases have gone up by almost a third down It's true that different parts of the world including South Africa and this is due to investment by the U.S. government and other international groups And surveillance we now know that there are new sub variants that are emerging in South Africa And likely other parts of the world and it's very important to track this and to know what sub variants are out there So that we would be able to test these sub variants in the lab and determine if our current vaccines and antivirals remain effective and again this is critical We also know that individuals are testing and treating at home And some of these tests results might not make it into our case counts So the numbers that we're seeing both locally and internationally are unlikely to represent the true caseloads that are out there One of the things that I have read is that vaccine manufacturers in the United States has pledged something at 1.2 billion doses of vaccine only about half of which had actually been distributed And part of the problem is distribution on the one hand and also actually some hesitancy to receive the vaccine overseas Again from your experience internationally is that true and what are the problems What can we do about them Sure So vaccine hesitancy as you say is not only a U.S. problem It's an international problem And while routine vaccination of pediatric populations is generally well accepted in sub Saharan Africa and other parts of the world vaccination of adults who are apparently well and who might be infected with a disease that's not seen as very critical or harmful there's much more likely to be vaccine hesitancy with COVID-19 for those reasons So increased in education and showing the public the actual data that shows that you're ten times less likely to die from COVID-19 if you're vaccinated that you're half as likely to be a case and in fact a case of COVID-19 all of this needs to be spread to the public through means that they understand and trust And this requires significant investment So let's talk about that investment specifically Let's come back to Washington D.C. which is not too far from where you are at University of Maryland after all There is this request from the administration which has gotten whittled down a fair amount for more money to be appropriated for some of the things you're talking about which is testing which is vaccines which is treatments How important is that money It's absolutely essential and it's what got us through the initial phases of the pandemic and got us to where we are now to a more controlled phase to have development of vaccines that actually prevent the severe outcomes of death hospitalization and intensive care use We are continuing the need to develop vaccines for our pediatric populations We still have children who are under 5 who are not yet eligible for vaccines Hopefully that will change in the coming months but that is also requiring investment and not only approval of these vaccines.

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AP sources: Trump aide Stephen Miller to speak to 1/6 panel

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

AP sources: Trump aide Stephen Miller to speak to 1/6 panel

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"senior adviser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President Biden says he meant what he said and he said what he felt The president and his speech last weekend with an improvised line about Vladimir Putin For God's sake this man can not remain power His staff immediately clarified the United States is not seeking regime change any more than it was before but yesterday the president said he also wasn't taking back his exclamation It was especially my outrage He shouldn't remain in power just like you know bad people shouldn't continue to do bad things But it doesn't mean we're having fundamental policy to do anything to take Putin down in any way NPR senior political editor and correspondent domenico montanaro is for this domenico Good morning Good morning Steve I guess it's not surprising that Biden feels that way No not at all I mean this was my first thought when I heard it I'm certainly perked my ears up but Biden had called Putin a war criminal and on the same trip called him a butcher A lot of democratic strategists have been talking to actually said that they think Biden from the beginning should have just leaned into it Paul begala who was a senior adviser in the Clinton White House was emphatic about that and said that when the dust settles on this what Biden did might actually compare pretty favorably with what other popular tough talk from Cold War era presidents have done Here's what he said As for so called gaffes I think this will go down in history like when Ronald Reagan called the Soviet Union to evil empire And the legend is a staff didn't want him to do it and he fought and he fought and he just said it Because he thought it And I think that's what Biden did Yeah Not quite a label like evil empire but Biden has been struggling in the polls when it comes to his handling Ukraine and people think that he needs to be stronger so we'll see if this actually is popular There was a lot of criticism though of the president saying this And I was trying to sort this out I mean when I saw the video it was clear to me that it improvised I kind of understood what he meant I also understood that this was not going to be a change in policy and they were going to be clarifying as The White House immediately did Why was it a big deal Well it's an Oscar moment for President Biden diplomatically you know the line threatened to complicate things with allies until that very last line.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:39 min | 9 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on WTOP

"The omicron sub variant BA two has arrived in the Washington area renewing COVID anxiety for a lot of us WTO fees Dmitri sodas asks Andy slavitt former senior adviser on the Biden White House COVID response team How worried should we be about another surge As of now we're not seeing increased case counts although I think a lot of experts would say that over the next couple of weeks and months we could start to even if we do the fact that we have a large amount of people who are infected already with omicron and the number of people that have been boosted and vaccinated means that we may not see increases in hospitalizations but if you want to make sure you're not one of those people that's being hospitalized make sure you are boosted because that's the number one thing you can do in case this comes here a little more strongly People in some cases are still getting their first booster still getting vaccinated in other cases Should we consider another booster shot if somebody would be willing to give it to us Well right now if you're immunocompromised a booster shot is recommended after 5 months And if you're over 65 it's been submitted to the FDA to approve boosters for you So for others it hasn't yet I think the question is all a matter of risk tolerance If you've been vaccinated and boosted and you're not immunocompromised you're very unlikely to be hospitalized with COVID It doesn't mean you might not get some symptoms it might not get sick And if you want to reduce those odds then having another booster wearing a mask when indoors and around others if there's a lot of cases around those are two things you can do I know you're very concerned about federal funding for continued protection from COVID Would the federal government pay for a second booster Well this is where Congress needs to act Right now countries around the world are buying doses so they can give people their fourth shot The U.S. is not doing that because the U.S. has not had Congress approved additional funding That needs to happen Pfizer and Moderna can only make so many doses And if the U.S. doesn't put it in an order then there will not be enough doses for four doses here in the U.S. I was seeing something on the New England Journal of Medicine's Twitter feed that a group of unvaccinated people recovering from the omicron BA one variant were found to have antibodies that were largely ineffective in neutralizing the other viral strains What could that mean for protecting ourselves going forward Well it's interesting is prior infection with Delta doesn't do a great job protecting against omicron prior infection with omicron doesn't do a great job protecting against delta So they're very different virus strains They're not closely related Omicron has a lot of different mutations So it is true that that's not the case Now for a sub lineage of omicron like BA two it's actually the case that having had omicron does protect you pretty well Because it is much more similar In the past Europe has given us clues about what we're in for Does Europe provide a less clear example this time or can we look to that and say oh boy here it comes again Well let's look at what's different in Europe than the U.S. and what's the same Europeans have done a better job vaccinating and boosting their population so that will mean that that will protect them more But they've also had fewer cases of omicron So that leaves them a little more exposed So things will work out a little bit differently Country by country now based on what people are describing is layered immunity which is what are the different layers that are creating immunity in a population namely having had exposure before being boosted being vaccinated So every country is going to experience things a little bit differently based on those factors and here in the U.S. it would tell you that we're likely to see potentially an increase in cases but hopefully it should mean that we're not going to see a concurrent increase in hospitalizations That is consistent with Europe so far Former White House COVID adviser Andy slavitt who now hosts the in the bubble podcast Coming up after traffic and weather together on the 8th sports though is next the wizards taking on the defending champs in Milwaukee in March Madness the men have reached the sweet 16 7.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on WTOP

"The CDC estimates BA two is causing more than half of new COVID-19 cases At the same time The White House says it could begin winding down funding for COVID testing and vaccinations Andy slavitt is the former senior adviser on the Biden White House COVID response team He tells us here at WTO this could put the country at risk for a rise in cases from future COVID variants Right now countries around the world are buying doses so they can give people their fourth shot The U.S. is not doing that because the U.S. has not had Congress approved additional funding That needs to happen Pfizer and Moderna can only make so many doses And if the U.S. doesn't put in an order then there will not be enough doses for four doses here in the U.S. Former senior adviser on the Biden White House COVID response team Andy slavitt he was with us on Skype and you can hear that full interview next hour at 7 ten It is 6 24 in case you're wondering yes the cherry blossoms peaked earlier than usual and it's part of a trend involving seasonal allergy Seeing a lot of patients who for the first time in their lives are having more significant symptoms Doctor karawa of the Ohio State university wexner medical center says the pollen season is lasting longer and becoming more intense We're seeing a very high pollen count It's like walking into a smoky bar or sawmill Some patients who don't even have true allergic protein that they make they are still having irritant response because there's so much particulate matter in the air She says COVID masks can help with that A former employee of Charles county public schools is charged with 7 counts of sexual misconduct involving two students The Charles county sheriff's office says it began investigating 27 year old dalyn Davis on March 10th after administrators at westlake high school got a report from a student about alleged inappropriate communications During the investigation the sheriff's office says that it learned the Waldorf man was also involved with the second student and that the contacts with the student took place at the school over a half year period starting in September Davis also coached the boys freshman basketball and cross country teams at north point high school but north point's principle says they believe the inappropriate actions are isolated to westlake Davis is being held without.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Of it was dispelled the notion that when it came to asia that economically everybody was aware by the nineteen nineties. That china was taking off. Southeast asia was taking off. India was even beginning to take off after the nineteen ninety-one liberation of economy and yet when it came to culture that somehow it was only ancient that there was no innovated of quality to asia at all and for me it was kind of a philosophical question and that is that why do we say that is if there's no creativity in india or in other parts of visual and then we have to their for begin to look at it examine it gear fully get the white curator rights collars and begin to present it and it was from that idea that i'm very proud that we had a role to play. I don't want to say single handedly. I've had wonderful colleagues and curator's many of them based in asia. Why was able to work. With and to develop major major exhibitions that then travel all over oliver maratha all over the world. So it's kind of something. I feel that. I had of an opportunity and i feel blessed to have had that opportunity to make a difference in that arena. There is no doubt about thought an as we close out your book. Aptly points out that we have seven point. Seven billion humans on this planet and the novell corona virus is a perfect metaphor for the necessity and challenges. That face us as a planet at global vaccine equity is something we have to accomplish we have to in order to survive. You know as a planet and like i said you did not have a crystal ball and yet your book is so timely as we close out. What would you like to leave for our listeners. To think about when. I say that the bottom line is thought be better seek about our place in on this planet. In relation to the seven point seven billion people who inhabit this planet. So we have to think about our sense of interdependence. We doubt losing our sense of independence. The have to think about ourselves in the global arena. We doubt losing our local rudeness. This means what brett old president johnson used to say that you have to chew gum and walk at the same time you have to and it's not an easy thing but remind yourself whatever you do in your life. How does it's a fact other people. How does it affect people were not part of your your Milia how can we make a difference in our local way that would affect the planet in a global way so all of the royal religions in the in the world has decided idea that the world is one. Would we have completely forgotten that idea. And it's not idealistic dream yet to live it. You have to live it every day. just beautiful words to leave our listeners and we really cannot thank you enough for joining us today. Dr vishakha desai author of walled as family. A journey of multi rooted beginnings. And as i stated i will have the link in the podcast notes and be prepared be prepared to be changed and transformed. This book has earned its place on my nightstand and is really a source of great strength and inspiration. So thank you so much. Thank you so nya and thank you all for listening and enjoyed the bulk. thank you..

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"senior adviser" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am stone. Go klay and i am a daisy woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of a woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go play and today. We are so honored to be joined by they. Cy the shotgun. Decide is a senior adviser for global affairs to president of columbia university chair of the committee on global thought and senior research scholar and global studies at columbia university school of international and public affairs. Dr desai's served. As president and ceo of the prestigious asia society a global organization dedicated to strengthening partnerships among people of asia and the us from two thousand four through two thousand twelve as president. She set the direction. For the society's diverse sets of program ranging from policy initiative and national educational programs took groundbreaking exhibitions and performing arts programs. Duck chris i hold a b a in political science from bombay university and an m a and phd in asian art history from the university of michigan in two thousand twelve in recognition of her leadership in the museum field. President barack obama appointed her to serve on the national museums and library services board in may of two thousand twenty one duck desai's book woulld a spam. Only a journey of multi rooted belongings was released by columbia university. Press in this critically acclaimed narrative ducker aside uses for life experiences to explore the significance of living globally and it's urgency for current moment. Doctor decide welcome to the show. I am delighted to be here. Thank you well. Eighty such a distinct honor to have you here. And when i reached out for this interview request i hadn't been aware that you had recently released a book and the book is wold as family. A journey of multi rooted belongings. And of course. I proceeded to read the book in preparation for this interview and i cannot possibly expressed adequately the impression that has been left upon me and i shared this with you before we started recording. But i will have the link to the book and the podcast notes and it is a transformational book. And i think it will impact each and every south asian woman who reads this but any woman truly because it is absolutely remarkable about how candidate you are about your life's journey which is just absolutely remarkable and inspiring for so many reason but i have to say as well that as we dive into questions there is. The question came to mind. Did she have a crystal ball. Because it correlates so ingeniously uncannily to what we are seeing with the global pandemic. And so if you want to speak to that. Because i do know that in reading the book up at the end of it you sort of elaborate upon the fact that cova did present itself sort of as you were finishing this project up and it ties in so inextricably inextricably perfectly to some of the motifs and themes that you cover so any comments on that before we jump in first of all sonya. Thank you for asking the question. And i have to say that when i started writing this book and even conceived of the book it was as if it was different lifetime ago and it was at the time when trump presidency was in idear. It was at a time when everything global was under attack as if if you were globally minded you had to be anti-national and it was really with that idea that why are people so anti-global what's the problem. What's the problem with the word. What's the problem with how it's perceived and it's also because i've worked with young people all the time. Teach at columbia. I work with younger people on various boards. And it was right you to meet. The younger people really had a very different impression. The world lived in their palm in their cell phone. They could connect to anybody anywhere either. Twin guitar or through connections. And what have you so they were living in this local national global world. At the same time mayan experience was that it was possible not to seek global as anti senechal to local or national so. The book was written nine okay. How did they get to feel this way. Hadn't i actually get so passionate about the global consciousness that we all need to have so the book is it by is really a memoir in a way to really try to excavate how and why did i become so passionate about my place in the world and the world in my life. The only way to do it was to actually tell my story and to my story was really a way to recapture that the book is finished. I've come up with the title. The title is based on the phrase. That's literally three thousand years old. And i said gosh you know maybe it's too simple. Some of my friends were saying. It sounds too idealistic. The world support. What do you mean the world is. Family sounds too simplistic. Then it happens. And i said oh my god. This is exactly the title that i need to use that those philosophers the vedic thinkers three thousand years ago. Had it right. What they said in that trays was to say only. Those affair limited mind sake of their blood relatives as their family. Those of the magnanimous spirit or expansive. Mind no must treat the whole world as family. And i thought wow what does that really mean what it means is what did we learn in a family me learning the family that we're part of a unit and we're part as an individual so we are independent in relation to the interdependence of the unit of the family. We understand that we also understand. Where does it mean for family for those of us association decide. We know what it means. Is you show up. Important event you show up difficult times you show up. It also means that if in a functional family at least that you have to learn to give up something sometimes for the sake of the unity of the family. You can't hold onto grudges. Then you fall apart and it occurred to me that our court problem and kovic really expose that is that our global family is pretty dysfunctional..

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"senior adviser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"White House senior adviser Cedric Richmond tells ABC this week that President Biden has asked the justice and health and human services departments to evaluate their options We're gonna as an administration look at ways to counter this law in Texas, Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy tells ABC that the Supreme Court's decision not to block the law has been exaggerated and was the result of procedure. The ruling on scotus was that the plaintiffs did not have standing. It had nothing to do with the constitute. Nationality, Roe v. Wade, Mark Remillard ABC News on Beacon Hill this week, lawmakers are discussing how to improve cybersecurity across the state. A joint committee will hold the hearing virtually in the hearing will include testimony from experts, including state officials and representatives from Oracle, Google, Microsoft, Comcast and the cybersecurity firm them wear. This follows several cyber attacks in Massachusetts and a nationwide rise in ransomware attacks coming up millions of Americans hitting the roads and the airports this weekend details next while street returns from the long Labor Day break, with investors still looking for clarity about the meaning of Friday's deeply disappointing August jobs report. The market was mixed to lower Friday after the government said employers added just 235,000 workers last month, it was less than a third, the number analysts expected well despite that weak hiring, though the unemployment rate somehow managed to fall in August to 5.2%. Question. Now, of course, is whether the federal delay plans to begin withdrawing economic stimulus had put in place during the pandemic things that, for example, have helped keep mortgage rates really low. And with the Labor Day holiday, now behind us will be waiting to see whether more people actually show up at the office because many companies had targeted Labour Day for an end to the pandemics, remote work arrangements. But were forced to put those plans on hold, including some on Wall Street. As the Delta variants spread. Some companies are now holding off until next year. I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio..

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"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

"It's one of the things that i love being able to do for half for owners. Voyeurs businesses is be that external third party it definitely there is no way to get that Objective perspective and that objective perspective brought to the conversation. I do a certified mediator. And i can see i've seen first hand. How having somebody else who is viewed by both parties at being external and more objective it creates more of a more powerful bunyamin role for the organization. And it you can. You can sidestep so many issues by somebody just feeling like they have this. Just just the thought that there is somebody else that they could call and talk to you. It's it's like having this security blanket in the back pocket and it may never come to anything it when you don't feel like you had that safety blanket. That's when employees turned to other external. Go talk to a friend of a friend who has a lawyer and they say oh you. Should you look into that right. No i talk to me. I solve things and i also appreciate that. Sometimes there's hard news to be delivered and it's difficult for some people given the relationship that's necessary to be supportive and positive With your employees. You want that kind of a culture and so when there's some tough stuff that needs to be deliver being able to rely on an outside person to assist with that kind of be a little bit of bad really is a helpful dynamic in some situations as well crew to cookham or questions left but those up and coming companies. You know maybe go. Ten twenty thirty employees of you know being fly by the seat their hands up until this point now they realize they're on a good thing and they start to buckle down and bring some resources. I mean what what stage are what. What would you recommend for those companies and being that for stage in ho to transition to be more compliant especially around the each our site. Yeah well actually for those organizations sometimes. It's not that's really where not so much. The compliance piece the capacity building piece is critical and so making sure you got the proper infrastructure in place to allow smooth road. I've seen so many organizations where they've tried to take that leap without the infrastructure in place and particularly when you hit different threshold so there are different laws that hit when you are five. Ten twenty five a fifty one hundred. And if you don't look ahead to where you're going strategically what you think your head count's gonna be. What is your workforce gonna look like what is your management structure going to need to be. How are you going to have a employee. Communications in place tip assila tate. All of those types of things. So there is a big organizational as well as system. Prep you can do. And i see organizations. That don't do that. They don't do the poor planning that's necessary. They take leave. their systems can't handle it. The organizational structure can't handle it and that's when things start to break down and then you hit a plateau. You have to pause and so we'll come in and we'll help those organizations. Get it done. But i love it when i work with an owner an employer who has the foresight to plan ahead and we can put those things in place in advance ready to go for social. So if you want to find more people. Get in touch with you katrina. I would love to point people to our to our website. it is. It's got a lot of rating formation. There's articles there's There's blogs there's Write ups about us. Bears testimonials from our current clients and And a way to contact us directly there. So that's pc g so that purpose it affects group peace tj Sentences with an ass dot com. Awesome appreciate your time today katrina law. Great information you've obviously. I think you've given a lot of teasers. Are there that you know people need to start thinking about you. Know being compliant and associate these relief flaws. Coming in so Thank you for your time today. I think our listeners will get some great insight from you. So thank you my pleasure thanks. Hopefully that was pure brian you today. We got some rates secrets for your business and your personal life is clinkenbeard. Along with david anderson would love to get you and your french join us on our journey two quick things before who listeners checkout websites commercial landscaper dot com. You can subscribe. You can share with your friends. But more importantly check out our sponsors. We have site recon here going to help to capture measurements on your property and create a really streamlined. Process may have company com- who make it dead simple to communicate document and problem solve guys in the field. No matter where you are. Thanks everyone cheers..

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"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

"Before and you put it in place. Now make sense that make sense. Yes definitely he goes back to my comment at the beginning of that. Know it's definitely a little bit of a minefield that in a to keep up to date with all those law changes. Sally something that i i knew when i was in my business that it is almost impossible to to keep track o- fund so that's why i used to rely on my hr office manager by. Yeah there's definitely professionals out there like yourself able to go in and independently help him help companies. No when you typically take on a new client. Who's either unfortunately in the middle of some type of scenario and realize the need talbot what works some of the issues. You typically see when you start to pull back a layers on whether you look at the humber car whether dylan within within the company. Yeah absolutely so our approach when we work with a new client is to do an initial full assessment of their hall. Hr operations and then also become familiar with not typically. Where are they at as an organization. where are they. What are their goals in terms of them. Want wanna take for business next stages and from that. We can build a plan for you know. First level is is compliance. Making sure we've got everything. Locked them hosted the next step is. Are we doing things as efficiently as possible It may be that they need a different system for how they're managing their employees information They their they may not be in the proper. Hr a us to thumb They may not be using an effective payroll system some of the biggest pitfalls that i see That are the riskiest for employers. Is around waging our clients so we often start there. Do we have people properly classified again in california. We have another a new law that went into effect as the beginning of this year with regards to independent contractor classification. I expect numerous states will follow suit And and develop similar laws as well and what it does. Is it really restricts how you can use workers that are not paid through payroll and that is a huge liability if you have somebody misclassification and you're paying them as a contractor. You haven't been paying your employment taxes on them and the you have no records necessarily of what their hours worked for. An any claim can be made So that's a huge liability underage our so that's one of the biggest risks areas that we that we find is as problems with how how in our compliance has been handled Certainly handbooks are They constantly need to be updated. Typically i say at least every three years but these days i used to do every year. Just use to get some of the next party just to go in and review them so just cover myself. Yes and that's you know everything is fine until something goes wrong. And then that's when if you don't have your updated hamble to don't have policies that are complaint you don't have policies that meet with the way that your business needs to operate There are a lot of things that are up to employer discretion how you do vacation and sick time or did you do. Pto and that. Nobody says that you have to even offer Vacation time you're required to offer sick time It's up to you. You can set those parameters up however you want doesn't make sense for your business and those things get if you review those on a on a regular basis and update as you need to hot. That's always a very important Factor that comes into play when we when we worked with a client. And then they're just our ongoing issues so when you're dealing with employee issues of you have a sensitive separation on a toxic employees that you need that influencing your culture negative way that you need to deal with it sometimes. They're even a top warmer but the cost and impact to the rest of the organization needs to be dealt with and we look to pass practice. So we really dig into you. Don't just get the pat answer of what you could look up and google but actually look at how you handled things in the past and what makes sense for your business are individually for how you handle those situations Because past practices one of the primary things that If anything does get to the legal front will be dug out and pointed to so we make sure that there is continuity and consistency there. Forty mr non. i mean. i'm assuming that you know. Companies are are having some particular issue and then they're contacting someone like yourself. I mean all of the time is potentially to lay because it already in deep trouble whereas the preferential part is to go through some type of an ongoing updates on what your policies are on a regular basis because a lot of people say well. I need to save you know. Save money by not using some of the external then usually catches up with them. If they're if they've been doing something this noncompliant it's kind of like going to the dentist. You know you go just when you get you pay right and then maybe you have to get in hell or you can just do your regular obviously months. Go get your plan. They check it out. They see a problem. Maybe they just do a filling or something else so if you wanna do if you want to run your business in crisis management mode you know you can do that and end up with the root canal or you know you can invest in properties ongoing best practices for how you run your business and yeah does it. Take some time and energy and resources to do that. Yes but yes sleep better at night. You know you've got yourself covered. You don't have to be worried about what around corner You can feel confident. There's no guarantees. i understand But you can be reassured. That you're you've set yourself up in the best way possible situations that might come down the pike now makes sense and and along the same lines seen both sonata. Work where you've either got some internal each our office manager type person has the hambo confronted them. Also seen a scenario where there's not an external company used an external company can be as a little bit of a buffer almost like that independent point that can be you know. Prevent certain scenario is going down certain path of even suppose an example being some type of harassment case work net if you have some type of external resource than usually they could deal without pre quickly average sabs elision of houston scenarios. Like all the time. It's one of the biggest benefits. I mean even as an hr as an internal hr practitioner. I weighed oftentimes need to bring in. You know unfortunately many times it would end up having to be an employment attorney right. Because i needed to have somebody who wasn't as connected as i was being internal so.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Senior adviser Andy Slavitt revealing that one of his sons had coded late last year and is now suffering long haul symptoms. Ah house vote expected tomorrow on creating a panel to investigate the capital riot, but there's Republican pushback on the process. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has come out against the bipartisan bill that would establish an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says his members are undecided. We're talking about this, You know what is the competition position of it? Is it truly Balance. The bill would model the commission after a similar panel established after the 9 11 terror attacks, with Democrats, appointing five commissioners and Republicans appointing five others. Senate Majority Leader truck Schumer says he intends to bring the legislation to the Senate floor after it passes the House on Capitol Hill. Jared Howe for Fox News. A billion did fighting hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders has just passed the House heading to President Biden's desk. The family of the North Carolina man shot and killed while deputies were trying to serve a warrant last month, is calling for the Justice Department to intervene after a prosecutor announced no charges will be filed, calling the shooting justified because Andrew Brown drove toward deputies, which the family disputes. Their attorney, calling the decision a slap in the face to rational people everywhere and FBI civil rights probe Continues. America is listening to Fox beat Minnesota News Network I'm Bill Warner, a key covert 19 metric has dropped below one important threshold in Minnesota for the first time since March. The state's case positivity rate reportedly once again below 5% In Minnesota. The percent of total test coming back positive has long been a marker for the Minnesota Department of Health, engaging the spread of covert nights. Anything above 5%, considered a danger zone today to say reported just over 500. New positive tests out of more than 10,000 completed tests. JW COX Evidence A man Kato woman has been sentenced to more than seven years in jail for the death of her child 28 year old Chelsea on linger. Brought her unresponsive 16 months old to a hospital last year, the child had bruises, rib fractures, broken vertebrae and a lacerated liver tests indicated the boy had no brain activity. He died in February of 2020 on longer. Told investigators the toddler fell down a flight of stairs. But she also said you might have hit her child's head on the side of the crib, and that she put her hand over the boy's mouth in an attempt to get the Tyler to stop crying. So lawmakers have about 13 budget bills. They did not finish in the regular session that adjourned Monday, which Republicans and Democrats must now agree on and hammer out details before an expected special session in mid June. House Speaker Melissa Hartman except.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Jason Miller's a senior adviser to the 45th president, who appeared on Fox. What we're really seeing here from the Democrats is canceled CULTURE on a constitutional level on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel, Fox News president Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris on Monday took a virtual tour of a mass vaccination side operating at the Arizona Cardinals stadium in Glendale. Our hope is that we're gonna be able to not only get keep the commitment to get up 100 million shots and people's arms by the 1st 100 days. I think we'll get will exceed that considerably. The NFL is currently hosting similar sites at seven stadiums and has offered the use of all of its facilities for mass vaccination sites. Health officials say a mutated version of the Corona virus variants is taking hold across the U. S. A new study from the CDC says the more contagious UK variant of the Corona virus is spreading rapidly in the U. S, doubling the number of cases about every 10 days. It also says the mutation Will dominate covert cases. By March. Fox's Tanya J. Powers, House Democrats on Monday proposed an additional $1400 in direct payments to Americans as part of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion over 19 relief package. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yes, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about you like older girls like a love of my jokes like that, because they were trying.

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"senior adviser" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"senior adviser" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Let's check weather and traffic years WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish for today. Decreasing clubbiness Ah, hi around 49 lows 26 to 30. Another check of the Morning Drive now. Triple team traffic. How they look in smiling Mark McKay move that crash off to the right, John. I 20 westbound had temporarily shut down in Evansville. Road exit 74 Now do trouble as you roll out of going out into the cab county and I et by south mulatto lane to 85 south down as you approach Pleasantdale Road just before spaghetti Junction, Tripoli in traffic 35.5 ws piece. WSB news Time is 6 56 years WSB consumer expert Clark Howard and unprecedented number of vehicles are being stolen these days, not by professional criminal rings. But by joy riders. That's all a quote in the New York Times story that people are looking at it as a temporary self help uber when they steal a vehicle. Why is it so easy to steal vehicles right now? Because of key fobs. People will take the key fob put it in the center console. Forget they've left it there. Get out of their car and joy Riders just go up. Getting people's cars, see if the push to start works and they're off to the races in your vehicle. They're very heavily recovered. But do you want somebody running away with your vehicle? You don't Remember to check for that key fob before you get out of your vehicle. Thank you. Clark Clark brought to you by loud security. Also what to expect when the Biden administration heads to the White House and eight days, CBS correspondent Major Garrett Stalk with its senior adviser, says Italy vice president.

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