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Parents swap, sell baby formula as Biden focuses on shortage
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AP News Radio
US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high
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New home sales jump 12.4% in November, highest in 7 months
"New new home home sales sales reached reached their their highest highest level level in in seven seven months months sales sales of of new new single single family family homes homes increased increased twelve twelve percent percent in in November November pushing pushing the the seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted annual annual rate rate two two seven seven hundred hundred forty forty four four thousand thousand that's that's the the best best showing showing since since April April the the census census bureau bureau and and the the department department of of housing housing and and urban urban development development say say the the median median sales sales price price of of the the new new home home last last month month was was just just under under four four hundred hundred seventeen seventeen thousand thousand dollars dollars fourteen fourteen percent percent higher higher than than a a year year ago ago the the housing housing industry industry has has benefited benefited from from low low mortgage mortgage rates rates and and a a surging surging demand demand as as Americans Americans cooped cooped up up by by the the corona corona virus virus seek seek out out larger larger homes homes my my camp camp in in Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Interpol elects United Arab Emirates official as president - Associated Press
"Law enforcement body into pole has elected a contentious official from the United Arab Emirates as its new president Major General Ahmed Nasser al Raisi who's the inspector general of the U. A. E.'s Interior Ministry has been elected by interval full one four year term he's been accused by human rights groups of torture and this criminal complaints against him in five countries including in France what interval has it's H. Q. and then took it with the election has been held the elections drawn angry responses from two Britons who filed the complaints Matthew hedges who'd been imprisoned in the UAE for nearly seven months in twenty eighteen on spying charges says this is a sad day for international justice on global policing I'm
"seven months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The theory he has chosen not to actually charge Mr Sussman will fight this baseless and politically inspired prosecution. White House press secretary Jen Psaki deflecting Thursday when asked if the president misled the public when he said last month he never received any military advice to leave some US troops behind on the ground hit Afghanistan was the president's answer in that interview, an honest answer. I'm not going to get into details of private advice that the president gets from his national security team. Or military advisers. The former commander of the forces in Afghanistan has told the Senate committee he'd offered that advice but was ignored The White House hoping for a yesterday on coronavirus Vaccine boosters, FDA Advisory committee will vote on whether booster shots should be offered. But the FDA has already said, quoting overall data indicate that currently US licensed or authorized covid 19 vaccines still afford protection against severe covid 19 disease. And death in the U. S. There's also concerned about a lack of data. Even CDC director Rochelle Walensky said that she wasn't getting ahead of the FDA is process. Foxes Trace Gallagher nearly 30 nearly 3400 deaths in the US yesterday blamed on the coronavirus highest total in seven months. America is listening to Fox News. She said in the house that Jason Chaffetz podcast there is always someone doing something stupid somewhere dive deeper than the headlines in the party lines as I take on American life, politics and entertainment. Join me, Jason Chaffetz every Wednesday as they shed light on the.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"seven months" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Read uncle a season, maybe in franchise history continues to get higher and higher. Polly who's a sly and the family stone higher and higher, absolutely correct. 93 50 swept the Cubs after sweeping the Rockies and Mike Kruger on the um against line to talk about the fact that if the Giants win Tonight they clinch a playoff berth, telling him Gave Kapler's first full seasons manage. Truly amazing, like so much to get into the, um, against, like, Good morning, Mike, How are you? Look? Yeah. You kidding me? That was fun. Um, you know, First of all, you need this road trip they go into to Denver, and they take three from the Rockies. Nobody's done that from this year, right? Well, that's an improbable win for you know, a sweep. And then go into Chicago. The The Cubs were eight and they want to eat out of nine. They were on fire and they go in there and they sweep them and then you know, yesterday just seemed like a day that they were going to. You know, all the brakes were going against them, and they rose above that. And they want to. They wanted to going six and no, and they sweep both series. I mean that that's unbelievable this time of year, especially considering how you know gas, everybody is that tired. Everybody is that's just a good gig right there. It's insane, Really? And And I think what happened on Friday is indicative of just the just the chemistry. You can't predict chemistry. It just happens or it doesn't And there's the age old question. And John Ryan wrote her whole book about this right. So the age old question is Does winning. Create chemistry is chemistry Come create winning and what happened Friday with this Brandon Belt? Yeah, that's happened, See the electrical tape? It's awesome, man. I mean, Mike, that's like something you read about from the old days. That's good stuff. I mean, everything's become so 36 Mets would have done something like that. You know everything so corporate now and you think like you get fined for doing something like that. People know Brandon Belt had a joke going, I guess. On the plane where He told the team that he was the captain. Let me off the plane first, and then Longoria riffed on him by putting some electrical tape, see on belts, Jersey Friday and belt war the jersey out there and then hit a bomb. And then was reffing like crazy after the game, Mike so I'd love your whole download on that. I just think that's the essence of the game right there. You know you go through. Six months of the season. He can't spring training me their into their seven months. Really, Uh and This is such a spontaneous thing, and it's just so cool because number one, everybody immediately went with it and then belt had, you know the he had the personality to carry it all the way through from getting off the plane ahead everybody else and keeping a straight face. Get to the ballpark in realizing that the team Longoria had put the electrical tape on his jersey and then the and then he wears it. And then afterwards he pulls it off The post game. Well, I just stop and talk about the home run in the double, but he hit I mean, he played a great game, right? But then afterwards, you know he stays in character. And he pulls this thing off. And I mean that we did a show on Saturday. We just thought it was the coolest thing ever because you manufacture your own. Your own energy, And that certainly was what that was all about. Energy. Everybody got the same page and it brought everybody together. Everybody was laughing. It was a big Yeah, He was just so much fun, and we expected him to see it on him on Saturday, but the league stepped in and said, Sorry, you know, but that hasn't been applied for in the league. It's a violation of your You know, anyway, senior buzzkill is basically what happened Legal office, But it didn't matter. By then. It was so cool that it really didn't matter. And, uh, it was just, you know, I love it. I mean, it's it's what Look right now. This is a tired team. But why not? Everybody's tired. You find ways to bring energy. He brought it. Everybody bought into it. They went out there on Saturday, and they were completely reinvigorated by what would belt had done and how he did it. It was hysterical. And make this is brought up on social media and worth talking about. I know you probably you know, you're you're a guy, you respect the grind. You know how hard the game is. You've always Sided with players who have to play this hard, difficult game and achieve it on a big league level. That's been one of the things you talked about us for 15 20 years. You've talked to us about that. And so when you were aware of that there's been a running war against Brandon Belt among some fan base. Well, they didn't like this, And they don't like that. Or they don't like his slumps or when he goes cold or his slump, shoulders or taking too many strikes. And maybe even you had sometimes where you were frustrated with 20 home Run. Mark was like a foreign for a lot of John fans to for years. Yeah, but Tim Calkins put this out on Twitter and I was wondering like the belt or czar over Catch 23 bombs in 235 at bats. 9 33 0 P s at this point in his career. I don't know, Mike, What do you think? Well, I don't know how you started. I really I mean, the guy, you know you You don't appreciate him till he's gone and number one. You really miss him in the infield because of his glove, And here's the guy who's Who I All means should be a you know, a multi Gold glove winner at first base is never got one. But when his when he's gone from that line up, I mean, everybody suffers. You just feel in the infield. You know the glue that's there just isn't as sharp. It just isn't as good as when he's there playing first base, you know, and any streaky streaky players are going to fall victim to criticism. That's the deal when he's hot interior team, which is doing now. When he's not, you know, he can disappear for a while. And that's just that's just the deal. You know you do if your friend a belt you work hard to try and minimize the times that you're you go dark and, uh and you know, just, you know, bask in the time when you are going good like now, but Look, you're going to be criticized. That's part of the deal, and I think he's handled it quite well. Honestly. I mean, it's it wears you down. He's aware of all the criticism. He hears it all. And But yet, you know, he finds a way to go to the ballpark and maintaining consistency in the clubhouse, a presence that's positive..
Monocle 24: The Briefing
Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught
"Us president joe biden has held a lengthy phone conversation with his chinese counterpart xi jinping the first time the leaders from the world's most powerful countries have talked in seven months. A white house statement said both men had discussed. The responsibility of both nations to ensure competition does not veer into conflicts. Let's get more on this now with former. Us diplomat. Louis lukens lose now. A senior partner at the consultancy cigna global. Good afternoon to you lou and tell us this phone call after a hiatus does he represent a real meaningful breakthrough in your view. Hey tom i think it's too early to tell. If this is a meaningful breakthrough. But i think it is significant. As you mentioned there was a quite a height as they hadn't spoken the two leaders for seven months and this book for ninety minutes yesterday which include interpretation that that's forty five minutes of substantive discussion so it's meaningful in the sense that it's important. The leaders of these two countries communicate and talk and try to find areas that they can cooperate and work together. And that's what joe biden has been trying to. Do i think so whether this results in a ratcheting down of tension. I think remains to be seen. But it's certainly a step in the right direction
"seven months" Discussed on KGO 810
"Day week man, and it's like if you're pat three day week, but we have a lot of talk about today. Coming up in just a couple minutes. We'll talk about the latest on the Taliban and naming it. Government. It's for lack of a better word there. Caretaker government Many of these Taliban are wanted by the FBI. We'll get to that in a little bit. Just a few minutes. Um, this is interesting and You know, I don't know if you watch anybody watching the football games this weekend, like the Florida State Notre Dame game. Uh, and every I mean, you see those students, literally. It's like 75,000. Right on top of one another. And now Florida has the highest covid death rate in the United States. So I mean, there's no surprise here, obviously, But the thing that really so worrisome is when this will break through. We'll talk about the move variant. If you haven't heard of that, it's not to you. It's not the land. It's not the delta. It's not the Alpha It's not the original Covid 19 Sars-cov-2 virus. This is the latest one that spell EMU and people are worried that it may have the ability to go bust through our protection from our facts from vaccinations, so Hopefully, that's just, um speculation so we'll talk a little bit more about that at at four o'clock at four o'clock. We're talking with Dr Farah. Yes. So we'll get the latest on that. Um, but as we try to figure out, you know what to do with the Delta vary in Florida currently has the highest death rate among all of the United States. And of course, the Santas was denying communities the right to have mask mandates. But according to The New York Times, Florida, the third largest state by population, has a death rate of 1.56 per 100,000 people over the last seven days. They have averaged 15,000 new daily cases over the past week, a rate of 72 per 100,000 and while it has recorded a 35% decline in cases over the past 14 days, Figures from this tracking show that August August Excuse me. It was the deadliest month for Florida since the pandemic began. Me just say that again since the pandemic began seven months after a vaccine. Florida had the worst the worst month. Since the pandemic began in February or March of 2020. Yeah. You know, it's It's It's easy for us to Mark Trump. And Greg Abbott and just go down the list. You know, I mean, And if you saw this that Stephen Miller was detained, and, um, I want to say Brazil for, uh, acting or working with people trying to undermine the democracy down there. I don't know the latest on that. I saw a tweet just about an hour ago. But, you know, I mean, this whole group let's start with the Santas and Abbott. I mean, you know, like Trump, they're responsible for people dying. Because they're not listening to science. Was listening earlier today to a radio station in Los Angeles. These guys John and Ken Mocking Fauci and others. And listening to people mock Not only infectious disease specialist, an epidemiologist, but concerned politicians who are there to protect people's lives. And you know what? So this is, as it becomes more and more evident. That the vaccine works. And that, you know, masks work. You're starting to see some Republicans come around, and now they're turning it around to this new gain of function Controversy and Wuhan Virology Institute. You know the Santas as opposed mitigation measures that everybody said would help slow the spread. So now they have the highest death rate in the country. The state with the next highest death rate is Mississippi, which has a rate of 1.25 per 100,000 over the last seven days. Now I know that sounds really low and it is low. But if you break that down to demographics, you know, like people that are older have comorbidities the numbers a lot higher. Mississippi has about three million people, which is about you know how many people are in front of me Any particular day on on the Bay Bridge, right? Um, they've averaged 27 200 cases a day over the last seven days. But, like Florida, Mississippi has also experienced it declined a new covid cases over the past two weeks with a 23% drop. So you know again, this thing is always two weeks behind. That's what that's why people will this. I know you have to report the truth right, and I want the truth reported. But when you tell Mississippi or Florida they've had a declined over the last two weeks ago. Yeah. There, you know again if you saw that football game in Florida State We're the one. We're in Miami, where Alabama was plan in Miami. You know, packed to the gills. I know it's outdoors. But when you're sitting for four hours, you know 30 inches away from somebody. You know, with this delta variant? We don't know. Yeah, anyway, so that's where we are with this and and well as we move through the show, we'll talk more about it, but it is. It's frighteningly, um What's the word I'm looking for reminiscent Of what happened in the summer of 2020. You remember we were. If you remember that we said that we were. We were going to do it in phases. We're going to reopen and phases once we've reached a certain number. Epidemiological sort of Threshold. We would loosen things up. We loosen things up, but we never reach that front threshold. And we all thought it was going to go down in the summer. And it didn't because of the transmissibility. And now these variants are even more transmissible. Hopefully not more deadly. I mean, anyway, you know this that we find ourselves in one of these. These, um These moments where everybody that has half a brain sees what's happening, and everybody else listens to people like I don't know. I mean, you just go down the list of the Tucker Carlson's and others, Mick Tucker, Carlson says. There's no law that says you have to behave or get the vaccine or wear a mask and there shouldn't be. Meanwhile, these guys are all vaccinated and I guarantee you that took her Crosson and Sean Hannity and Laura Ingram and the whole cab all of these right wing radio hosts. All protect themselves. We've seen too right wing radio host die in the past month..
"seven months" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The finger. What? They're calling the wrong way. He says we're going to wrong way. Thank you. Thanks a lot. Terrific. Thank you Get going in the wrong direction. Going to kill somebody. You're going the wrong way. As you know where we're going on. I just need to replace that. What? You're going to kill everyone? Yes. I was looking for it under that. What I used to call it. Oh, yeah. Well, see Shawn Shawn's revenge for booby trap like Montezuma's revenge. Uh, But here the latest Joey I just Again as we were saying, if we didn't think this would be the top story every day, the 1500 Americans are dying, and it is almost one party exclusively. That is killing them. You just wouldn't believe it, but they jumped on the jobs numbers, right? And daily edge tweets. Trump lost three million jobs in four years, Biden has created 4.3 million jobs in seven months. Biden has already created 7.3 million more jobs than Trump ever did. I mean, clearly it's this Delta variant and exclusively to become the statistics. It's trump voters aren't getting vaccinated, causing not just this next surge, but the obviously the economic impact that goes with it all of it, and in any way, say both sides do it or this is in any way. Biden's fault is just insane. Okay, I I have mentioned that Children are the future and basically not just Children, immature people that are spamming the Texas abortion tip line on Twitter people posted screenshots of other fake tips. One user sarcastically reported he wanted to retroactively abort his 30 year old son, who apparently won't leave the house. Well, Oh,.
Tagovailoa Sharp in Dolphins' 37-17 Win Over Falcons
"Lots to talk about after a thirty seven. Seventeen complete win over. The atlanta falcons at home. But before we're getting all of that the world wants to know. How are you doing today. Jake josh said it. Best victory monday. It has to be what six seven months since. We've had a feeling like this. Which i don't necessarily mean the wind because of course that doesn't mean too much as i was saying before the show. The patriots pay a few days before the dolphins i believe was against the eagles as watching them. Do not wrong. I mean he had third and fourth string players running back specifically just kind of taking whatever they wanted to absolutely running eagles. I thought man you know. Could you imagine having your feet up watching a complete game just team absolutely just kind of pack up the opponent. worthy better team on any day. And that's josh kind of with. The dolphins did on sunday started with that on saturday already to warmed up for the regular season but it started with Your boy there to lead that offense made it was incredible to watch. I actually had a big smile. Basting how it seemed like bank group that first team offense just could not do anything wrong
Mike Gallagher Podcast
CNN Suddenly Tears Into Joe Biden Over Afghanistan
"Here's tucker carlson. Let's listen to his expressed confusion over cnn. Going after joe biden over afghanistan. Something about it doesn't add up. Scene is not a news network. Cnn is a political organization. It's anchors and reporters don't decide for themselves what to say on camera. They are told what to say. They're told highly specific terms every weekday morning. On a call with their commander. Jeff sukkur there's no intellectual freelancing at cnn. Here's what i think now. It's united front a single hymnal for the entire congregation. When cnn takes a position or changes its position on something it changes as one everybody from the chirpy morning digging bats don lamont on the night shift they all say precisely what they are told to say ever watched the channel. And now they're sending something very very different. Consider this person. This is a former member of the morning zoo crew on a contemporary hit station yakima washington on a good day. She's probably operating with a functional iq of about eighty five. So it's fair to say she is not coming up with her own material and yet here. She is visibly outraged on the air. Telling you what an incompetent bad person joe biden this. The rapid fall of afghanistan stunning the biden administration and this nation quite frankly and many of the promises predictions and the words of the president and his white house are coming back to haunt them. What is going on here. These are literally. The people who got. Joe biden elected president. He would not be president without these people in now just seven months into his administration. They are telling you that he has failed personally. It does not make sense. He's right he's totally right. Because cnn was the biggest joe biden cheerleader in america and now the got him were stuck with him and they're turning on him over. Afghanistan doesn't make any sense.
This Week with George Stephanopoulos
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the
The Outspoken Oppa
How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1
"Chaos in afghanistan upton as president biden withdrew military forces leading to a forceful takeover by the taliban today august seventeenth. We will dive into one of the greatest foreign policy. The buckles in modern history. Good afternoon. i'm meeting. Kim and this is the outspoken oma quote. Joe biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy national security issue over the past four decades and quote. Who said that not trump not a partisan congressmen or republican operative. That was robert gates. The former secretary of defense under president obama for three years and today as we see significant foreign policy the buckle unfolds in afghanistan that quote is once again reaffirmed now quickly dive into some basic background information as to what is transpiring in afghanistan back in mid april president biden announced immediate withdrawal all american troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. Twenty twenty one. Obviously september eleven was chosen dates because that was to recognize the anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks and which led to the immediate was occupation of afghanistan because at the time afghanistan was harboring osama bin laden on august fifteenth. The taliban took over the capital of kabul effectively toppling. Afghanistan's governments later afghan. President ghani fled the country right before taliban leadership storm the presidential palace and thousands of afghan citizens fled to kabul international airport to skip the taliban. Now while oldest was transpiring. President biden was in camp david and he was strong criticized because he didn't have a strong message or strong immediate message in response to all of this so he traveled back to washington. Dc to address the nation from the white house one of the biggest elements that he was criticized for in the speech was the blame game in which he played and one of the obviously notable people in which she blames forwarded the buckle in afghanistan was trump and sort of implied some blame to bush and obama. He said quote when i came into office. I inherited deal that president trump negotiated with taliban on the his agreement. Us forces would be out of afghanistan. May i twenty twenty one. Just a little over three months after i took office. Us forces had already drawn down during trump administration from roughly fifteen thousand five hundred american force to two thousand five hundred troops in country. The taliban was strongest militarily. Since two dozen one the choice i had to make as your president was added to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the taliban in the middle of the spring fighting season and quote. And but if you actually look at the deal that trump's state department may with taliban it's not what biden actually described in his address at a nation. Mike pompeo who was secretary of state under president trump said in a recent interview that the deal of the taliban was strictly conditional which meant that deal was was strictly predicated on the taliban committing to a peaceful transfer of power in order for america to withdraw after that commitment to a peaceful transfer of power appel said in a recent interview quote we would have demanded the taliban actually deliver on the conditions that we let out in the agreement including the agreement to engage in meaningful power sharing agreement some that which we struggled to get them to do but made it clear it was going to be required before we completed requirements to fulfil foley withdrawal and unquote. And you know there are some criticisms of the deal. Mike pompeo made with the taliban. Obviously the taliban actually pursuing a peaceful transfer of power from the afghan government was not going to happen. I mean we actually thought. That was being overly idealistic. So people had that criticism upon pales deal but even if biden did not agree with the policy that trump's state departments made in efforts to come to some sort of consensus with the taliban he kind of reversed it. I mean he was president for seven months. Which meant that. He'd independence day department and independence defense department and he could have used his powers as the chief executive to to reverse a deal that the previous administration made i mean for his entire time as president of the united states reversed nearly every single policy. That trump did while he was president. So this is no exception. I mean he should own up to the flaws of the policies in which he tried to pursue in addition to to trump he also blamed the afghan military. He said quote. The truth is but this did on for the more quickly than we had anticipated. So what happened. Afghanistan political leader escape up and fled the country the afghan military collapse. Sometimes we're not trying to fight if anything developments at the past week reinforced the ending. Us military involvement in afghanistan. No was the right decision. American troops cannot ensure not be fighting a war and dying in award. Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves and quotes. This is honestly one of the most politically cynical things that i've ever heard biden say the afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. Fifty thousand afghan military soldiers died in darndest entire two decades of us occupation of afghanistan. And the reason why they cannot successively defend themselves against the taliban was because biden himself pulled out a contractors and basically destroyed the afghans dependency on us military which are obviously undermined the ability of afghan military to counter act opposing taliban forces. According to the wall street journal quote in the wake of president biden's withdrawal decision the us pulled its airports air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan planes and helicopters. This meant that afghan military simply cannot operate anymore and quote. Admittedly afghan leadership was significantly underprepared in the wake of the draw because as by afghan officials did not believe america will draw however according to andrew watkins a senior analyst for afghanistan and at the international prizes group research advocacy organization. There was no evidence that the taliban significantly increased their manpower and argue. The only reason why there's summer offensive was successful was due to a lack of us. Air strikes which meant that biden's administration shorter significant blame for the dismantling of the afghan government. What biden actually expect to happen when he pulled the entire the tire. Us presence from afghanistan if the afghan military dependent so much on the us occupation of afghan for the viability of their own independent military force. Then of course when they pulled out of afghanistan. The afghan military by itself was not sufficient enough to defend against the taliban if you're pulling out intelligence contracts that were vital for the dependency of the afghan military than have military is expected to fall when the taliban was advancing to the nation's capital and one of the other things that addition to buy actually blaming everyone except for himself for the marco afghanistan biden also discussed casualties in the in the afghan occupation. He said quote. Lemme ask those who wanted to wanted us to stay. How many more how. Many thousands more of american daughters and sons are willing to risk and quotes according to abc news. There's not been a single american combat death since february eighth twenty which was eighteen months ago. That's not to belittle the two thousand three hundred twelve american soldiers that lost life in afghanistan. But it is the suggests that thousands of stationed american soldiers in the lead up to the afghanistan pull out were not being bogged down by precipitous warfare in combat honestly by contrast more than fifty one thousand taliban fighters were killed by american armed forces which shows a major power imbalance in military superiority between taliban in american forces but aside from that by reportedly sent five thousand additional troops back in afghanistan to aid withdrawal despite his call for not putting sons and daughters at risk he just said that it was egregious to put american sons and daughters at risk for filled mission. So what is different about the five thousand additional troops. He sending back into afghanistan. Aren't those sons and daughters. Also at risk and to add insult injury tens of thousands of american citizens have been left behind it in afghanistan in the withdrawal according to the washington according to wall street journal an estimated ten thousand fifteen thousand new citizens remained in afghanistan so yes it is tragic. Every single american soldier died in. afghanistan is a tragedy. No one is disputing dance but suggests that afghanistan was a present danger to the current military soldiers. There from february twenty is simply not true and biden. Really closer to speech with i think when idiotic things that he said in his entire speech close with kohl's diplomacy he said quote. We will continue to support the afghan people we will lead before. Diplomacy or international influence in or humanitarian aid will continue to push for regional diplomacy and engaging prevent violence and instability will continue to speak out for the basic rights at the afghan people of women and girls just as we speak all around the world and quote and my question is just how. How can you negotiate with radical barbaric terrorist group that subject it's ethnic religious and gender minorities to brutal torture and murder. How can you negotiate with democratic for cystic regime. That is responsible for thousands of american lives. I mean honestly gonna ask nicely are gonna get on your knees and begged them to treat the afghanistan woman fairly. I mean i don't understand why biden continues to believe that's diplomacy instead of for actually using military forces is the correct way to go and this brings us back to. What was this for honestly at the end of the day with withdrawn. Us military forces from afghanistan he effectively reversed two decades of foreign policy and the initial mission of counter terrorism and preventing a staging ground for al-qaeda according to the pentagon united states government has been eighty three billion dollars in bolstering the afghanistan government and which is effectively gone to waste. I mean we spend easily billion dollars to bolster an afghan military but the afghan military is so reliance on the american forces to to help them to secure them. But when the american forces are removed from the afghan military to aid them than the billion dollar investment goes down the drain and now according to you defense and state department officials six billion dollars in military equipment including eight hundred fifty mine-resistant ambushed protected vehicles were abandoned in withdrawal which six billion dollars in. Us military equipment is now in the hands of taliban and other terrorist organizations additionally chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley addressed congressional leaders and said that they will move the terrorist threats in afghanistan from medium according to axios which meant that. Obviously you're going to see a rise in terrorism and afghanistan and now that the taliban effectively controls its governments and to add insult injury the inside reports that taliban militants released thousands of prisoners from afghan prisons with links to islamic jihadist groups and al qaeda. So what has changed in the past two decades. We've tried to counter terrorism. We tried to decrease the the influence of kind of effectively imprisoning or killing al qaeda militants. We tried to decrease the the power of the taliban and we tried to effectively counteract attacks by the islamic jihadist groups. But it seems to me after this withdrawal after the dust settled what is going to be. The state of afghanistan will be similar to the state of afghanistan when we first invaded and his brings me to a new york times article which discussed heavier mackey. Who was a former first class army. Special forces soldier with several afghanistan deployments and will shot twice and he said in an interview with the new york times quote. I sacrificed a lot. I saw death every day every year. And the guys. I soaked with new would probably come to an end like this. But the chaos and made his andre after everything we gave. I just wish that had been away to leave. With honor and quote for people like mackey. There is a question that rang in numerous veterans. What was it for the situation. Afghanistan has become similar to america. I evaded two decades ago. All the bloodshed in lives lost in pursuit of counter-terrorism only define the terrorism revitalize. This president has trade the continuing efforts of veterans and committed a damaging dereliction of duty as commander in chief of the armed forces is devastating. What is happening in afghanistan and we can only hope citizens in afghanistan. Remain safe in this critical juncture. All right before we signed off. I like to extend a special. Thank you to my uncle. Who has made this podcast possible and untitled one of my greatest supporters okay. Today's episode the spokane podcast. You could read articles on a variety of important topics at outspoken opa dot com and follow us on instagram twitter facebook and linked in. Also if you'd like to show want to support it. Please go vis a five star review on apple podcasts and listened to our other episodes wherever you hear your podcasts. I'm thinking in. This is the outspoken oba. The outspoken oboe. Podcast is hosted by ethan kim directed by luc him and added by actually awesome the podcast independent production by the elbow from above. 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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Biden Isn't Trump. He's a Disaster in His Own Right.
"Representative. Franklin the administration is using axios this morning to put out a message that the cupboard was bear when they took over there was no plan. On the trump administration part to evacuate diplomats billions humanitarian aid workers. Interpreters etcetera is that adequate to this situation to explain the fiasco. And it's not a fiasco catastrophe. Is there any blame to be shifted to the trump administration. Absolutely not this. The timing and the manner of this departure is all of joe biden's choosing didn't have to be this way would not have been this way under president trump and But it's it's it's like we've seen for the last seven months at every turn every mistake. Is someone else's fault other than the administration's but it's all of their own doing
Mike Gallagher Podcast
The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden
"Turned on. Joe by the mainstream media has turned on joe by feels like the whole country is scratching. Its head over president. Joe biden except nicole wallace. She doesn't count. She believes ninety. Five percent of americans liked president. Biden's afghans speech yesterday and lisa showed up. I mean that was a big question for the longest time. Where was he where. The world is joe biden. Where's waldo. He left camp david long enough. They flew him over to the white house. Propped him up in front of a teleprompter. Did you see him bolt. After did you watch the speech. First of all probably not but we watched it so you didn't have to and everything you're hearing is true. He essentially said the buck stops with me and then blamed everybody else. It's trump's fall. It's the afghans. Paul afghanistan people's fault. It's the afghantistan military's fall. It's the afghanistan politicians fault. It's the weather. The dog ate his homework. It's everybody's fault but him where the buck stops. I don't think that's what harry truman had my goodness. What a catastrophe. What an utter unmitigated disaster. I don't know that we've ever seen a presidency collapsed this tune. The jimmy carter's presidency come apart this early. Didn't it take a while. We're seven months in and this poor guy doesn't know what day it is
Sean Parnell Says Afghanistan Strategic Blunders Will Be Studied for Years to Come
"Mark. There were so many unbelievably grave strategic blunders that will likely be studied at military academies for the next 50 years about how not to conduct an excel. The the Afghan National Army was structured very similar to ours in that ground power. Is augmented with air power. But when Joe Biden pulled out their contractors that service their aircraft, he effectively decimated their air force. And so early on in this Taliban offensive, the Afghan National Army We're actually fighting back. But when they saw that they had no air support and likely no American support. I think they they just threw their hands up and said it's not worth it. The next question I have, and I really would like to know who is responsible for this for this decision, and I think it's President Biden. Is who made the decision to abandon Bagram airbase Before all of our American citizens and allies could be evacuated out of the country. It's shocking one of the greatest. It's one of the greatest strategic blunders. In America in the last century mark. There are only a few airstrips in Afghanistan, where you can actually land the plane. The Taliban controlled Kandahar, the Taliban. Control. Bagram, now in Kabul is almost overrun. So how exactly it's not just as simple as sending 5000 or 6000 more troops back into Afghanistan because we don't necessarily have a foothold to do it. And and all of this, every bit of it is laid right at the feet of Joe Biden. Had we killed bin Laden. The Taliban and Al Qaeda were absolutely decimated. We had almost a decade to plan and effective withdrawal, and it was completely destroyed and seven months of the Biden administration. It's just
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Biden's Botched Afghan Exit Is a Disaster
"One of the great beltway. World-weary nobody bremmer called me. Partisan yesterday for speaking the absolute truth that this is all on one hundred percent. Joe biden the simpering leftist. Appeasement crowd has been out saying that. This is not joe. Biden's fault it's donald trump's fault. Mike pompeo sign that agreement. Mike pompeo was on fox. news yesterday. laying down the complete and utter and perfectly persuasive rebuttal to that nonsense seven months in office. They've been there seven months to have kept the twenty five hundred american soldiers. Five thousand nato troops in american airpower that we had agreed to keep their until an agreement had been negotiated between the afghan government and the taliban on power-sharing which foresaw anticipated a partition of the country into taliban zones and into free zones totally overrun. You got a week ago. By the way in konduz very well documented in the washington post and a report that i linked at hughhewitt dot com on my twitter account. But let me read to you. The wall street journal editorial president biden's statement on saturday. Washing his hands of afghanistan deserves to go down as one of the most shameful his history by commander in chief at such a moment of american retreat as the taliban closed in on kabul. Mr biden's in a confirmation of us. Abandonment that absolves himself of responsibility deflected blame to his predecessor and more or less invited the taliban to take over the country with that statement of capitulation the afghan military's last resistance collapsed taliban fighters captured kabul president. Ghani fled the country. While he was frantically tried to evacuate americans the jihadist us toppled twenty years ago for sheltering osama bin laden will now fly their flag over the us embassy building on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump
"I saw a really interesting article that i wanted to share because it really kind of hits it all of the major issues in america. Today particularly in politics i sorted appeared in the hill was written by monica. Crowley president trump lift off a seven months ago but the pathologically obsessed left. Just can't quit him. Every left wing meteorology. Let's ceaselessly talks about and curses him like it's august two thousand eighteen get their six year. Long wild-eyed anti-trump mania has in many ways only made him stronger witness the most recent filings by his save america pack and the federal election commission showing trump raised an eye popping eighty two million dollars in the first half of two thousand and twenty one and has over a hundred million dollars cash on hand with which to influence the two thousand and twenty two midterm elections. No other former president has ever inspired and controlled that kind of political fundraising juggernaut. Additionally trump has been holding key meetings a batty's future described by his former chief of staff mark meadows as making plans to move forward in a real way with president trump as the head of the ticket rod on q. Of course lift as commentators came out in force climbing the baden administration investigators and prosecutors a boxing trump in and that. He's influences on the wine but as he's massey fundraising dominant poll numbers and huge crowds at rallies indicate this is wildly off the mark and another transparent attempt to wish trump away. You'd think by now they would have learned. That is a fool's errand but they haven't and one of the favorite wise to try to diminishing dismiss him is to ignore his achievements which they will never concede make him. One of america's most successful presidents
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Sen. Ted Cruz on Infrastructure Bill: 'This Is Reckless and It's Unprecedented'
"The infrastructure bill maher. It's a nightmare. Ted cruz had a had a great explanation of this on capitol hill yesterday a us. Senator ted cruz from texas a smart guy and you absorb the two thousand pages of crap that the democrats including a number of republicans are signing off on who shame on these republicans. That's the usual suspects. It's mitt romney. But lindsey graham lindsey graham i. I know that he wants to get stuff done. You can't listen. You can't get this done. Senator lindsey graham. Please listen to your colleague. Senator ted cruz. These numbers are real. The put that in perspective indexed for inflation. The united states government spent four point one trillion dollars to win war to four point one trillion dollars to win world war two the greatest generation scaling the cliffs of normandy beating the nazis. The democrats in seven months are spending more than double what we spent to win. World war two. This is reckless. And it's
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Rep. Chip Roy Asks to Adjourn House After New Masking Rules
"Look you you've You've had we've been talking about mask. Mandates for practically this entire show because the idea that we're going to start imposing mass mandates on the vaccinated is just ridiculous and it's counterproductive to getting people on the right path to the end of this pandemic which is universal voluntary vaccination so that we can put an end to this thing. They are talking about in fact they are imposing a mask mandate in the house of representatives. You had a fiery speech about this. Tell us a little bit about what's going on there and what your objections are. Well look i mean. Let me first start very crystal clear that i'm pro vaccine. My dad had polio. He's lived with the ravages polio his whole life And i'm very glad that my children myself Other americans have been able to develop cells polio vaccine. And we're so blessed we've had two hundred. Ninety billion americans get maximum aided for cova think about that one hundred ninety million in seven months. We had an extraordinarily rollout. Thanks to the efforts by president trump which were opposed by democrats. Remember them closed. My democrat even have the vaccine. Now we have one hundred. Ninety million americans have been vaccinated when you include the people who've already had the virus. We're at something like eighty percent of all people over eighteen years old. I have some form of immunity led to keep working on that. Let's keep making sure that american people are free but now they want to force people to either be back stated by force or they want to force people to wear masks and on the floor of the house of representatives. Nancy pelosi wants to make everybody wear masks again. Despite the fact there's no data to back it up they're hypocrites. Dc mayors hosting weddings and parties without masks and reinstated. The mass mandate you see The mayor only had twenty seven people in the hospital when she lived into mask mandate of a couple of months ago. There were ninety people in the hospital where this is all show and politics and by doing it you're weakening freedom importantly you're causing people to say wait wasn't how was the purpose of getting the vaccine. You guys are insane. You don't know what you're talking about. It and i think it's harming america.
Ali on the Run Show
Best Tips on How to Run With a Jogging Stroller
"So i got a jogging stroller. Brian got me one for mother's day so any would have been okay. Hang on math. And he was seven months old. When i got a jogging stroller. I have the tuli urban glide. I love it So there's a lot of an. I'm not an expert you all know that A lot of places will say wait until they're six months or wait until they have full head control. There are the car seat attachments you can use. But i'll just share what i did. Which is yeah started small and really stuck small. I think probably the furthest. I don't even know if any and i've ever run more than like a five k. Together in the jogger. She's never loved it. To be honest. I love it But i never wanted to force it honestly. I get really anxious and embarrassed if any cries while she's in the jogging stroller even though i know she's fine And i tend to her and get her what she needs but sometimes babies cry and toddlers. Cry but i always feel like oh my god. Someone's going to see me and just look at me and think like look at this woman who cares more about getting her workout in than her kid. And i'm like that's not it like that's not no like she was happy for the first two miles. She just wants to get out and we're going to. We're almost at the playground. We're almost home. But like how does it that i think that much about. What like a stranger passing by in a car is going to think of me when i know my own kid and know that she's fine more about to get out or to change her diaper. Whatever it is.
Let's Make Podcasting Metrics More Meaningful
"I've talked with you all before. About how the way we study podcast. Metrics need to evolve and change. I wrote an article on the topic. All about making them more meaningful in that article. I've talked about the l. Intego williams who wrote an awesome piece for neiman lap. Discussing better ways to engage metrics. She was kind enough to come on the show and talk with me about her thoughts on the ways. We should be measuring success. Thank you so much for being here. I'm really excited heavier. We wrote an article a little while back in one of the main focuses was about not just looking at downloads looking at other metrics in wrote like a really killer article for nieman lab something. I wasn't super familiar with. When i kicked off problem so i want to turn over like tell everybody a little bit about your article and demon labs and what your goal was with that sure i will. Thanks for having me. I love talking shop with you. Your resign and your own. Thank you so. I genuinely believe and i think now. Of course four years have actually proven that the download is kind of useless as a measure of success. Then i think you agree at the armed. Smart people casting agree. It's like the emperor has no clothes kind of thing. And so i had just been a passive -ly other measurements for our shows over months and then neiman invited the invite a bunch of people at the end of the year to write an opinion. And i thought a if there is any marriage what you've been obsessing about for the last six or seven months put it down on paper and they share it so that people can scrutinize it right. Because i'm a journalist and so that's really where you test your idea in the public arena
"seven months" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Wherever you started to work at a guillotine is where you were. Higher at age 62. Then you were done. You've got a gold watch a pension You had your house paid for. You've got social security, and within a few years you were dead. Because life expectancies were much shorter back then you didn't have to think about your financial future because you weren't going to have one. Today, though. You retire at 62 or 65? You've got 30 40 50 years to go. America has done a great job at helping people generate that income. We are number one in the world for education. We teach people skills. Provide them abilities to earn an income. And we show you how to make money with that money through proper investment management. But we aren't necessarily really good at helping you. Figure out what's next. And so that's the question. I want to fundamentally ask you. Financial planning isn't merely about buying a home paying for college. It's also about Who are you going to be when you grow up? You need to answer this question. This is the question Jim Ni found ourselves faced with as we went through this metamorphosis over the past six or seven months here in our lives, ultimately leading to the end result of us. Having announced that we're leaving Edelman Financial engines, the company we created 36 years ago, you two are going to face that decision. In fact, it might even be imposed on you. It might not be voluntary. In your case, you might be forced out. Your employer may dictate your departure in the military. It's very common in education. Airline pilots. There are great many occupations where you must Leave at a certain age or after a certain number of years of employment. So I want to ask you. Are you ready to quit your job? Are you ready to leave your employer? These are fundamental issues that we all have to wrestle with, because if you focus on it as I don't want to leave, I enjoy what I do. Well, think about your spouse that was talking with one gentleman last week. Who's 63 years old. He loves his job. He's got a three year contract at work. And he said, But my wife is 12 years older than me. I'm 63. But she is 75, he said. My three year contract is up for renewal, and she said to me Are you going to sign another three year contract? And how many more three year contracts. Are you going to sign at each 63? He's happy to sign another three year contract, but she'll be 78. Then she'll be 81. And so it's not just about you. It's about you and your spouse or partner and we need to figure this out. What are you going to do when you grow up because many people Struggle with what's next. And that is what we're going to talk about. When.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"seven months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He took him more serious approach to his fitness a couple years ago, But maybe, you know, like the Cubs defaming him and one year deal like trying to prove it again. He got an even better shape. I mean, he's killing it right now. I mean his high in homers 36. I believe he's on his way, right? He's definitely on a path here. I mean, he's on a path. As I look at it, probably, uh, 50 home run Mark. If you can mean I mean, he's probably close. He's on pace for 51, as you just said, And since I believe June 4th remember, they sent out that memo on June 3rd about the sticky stuff, and it's been right. Uh huh, Kyle Schwarber. Since they last they played. They didn't play in June 3rd, but the Nets played on June 4th over that span, which is 23 games. Kyle Schwarber has 15 homers. So I mean, what he's just having a seven month the ball out better. Yeah, maybe certain hitters. Certain hitters like one benefiting I've started doing over the last couple weeks is now that we have just it's a small sample size. But hey, if somebody goes on a hot streak, and they were struggling Just check out what they've done since June 3rd when MLB sent out that memo that they were going to start cracking down on sticky stuff and just see how they're doing. Very interesting. I mean, how about Henderson to Hector Hector Santiago in Game one against the socks on Sunday, getting tossed Now, he says, Hey, that's nothing but rosin. And Scott Services manager afterwards, said. Guess what happens when it's 100% humidity, and it was pretty sticky on Sunday, right? Right. Guess what happens when it's 9100% humidity and it's hot outside. And Raisin comes in contact with sweat, he said. It gets sticky. But they confiscated the glove they will determine What it was, if they think it was something other than rise in or if they can determine scientifically that it was something other than raising. He'll be suspended 10 games with pay with pay, but the team can't add. Roster like the kids for their going 24, then Yes, correct. And what only 13 in the bullpen or only 12 in the bullpen. I mean, what only 12 pitchers. How are they going to do it? They got to change that How they're going to make it only 12 pitchers they're going to have to. I'm going to have to cap that right like that's Well, that's your guy, Ted. Teddy. Feel Epstein. That steel Theodore Watch Captain 10. Theodore never heard anybody call him Theodore. Old Teddy. Theodore does want it capped. And I think he's right about that. The jet trade you or did Hoyer trade You? Which one traded you same guy? Both. Yeah? You said to Jed Trade. You worded Hoyer? Treatment Did I meant it Did Theodore Jet traders know Theo is I think Theo was that already stepped out. He already gone. It was check. Check. Yes. I think CEO stepped down pretty much math. When did Teddy stepped down? I don't know. The exact day. I want to say it was like October wasn't it Wasn't it like in the immediate aftermath of the seas Very soon. Yeah. I'm pretty sure it remember. Jed Jed met the media after the divers trade. Yeah. Theodore. Is that what you're going to start doing now? They're called him feeling. Call him Theodore. The great baseball mind that is Theodore. God. Epstein. If you want to talk, Scotty with us talk White Sox. If you think a break, you should be put on the shelf for a little while just to get him healthy. Give him a physical and mental break. You might need it. I mean, the guys have a freaking bowl. I mean, I get it and he wants to play. But man 96 off the side of the knee the other day, like and all these other little mounting injuries, he could maybe just use the break. I just I I don't disagree with Jesse. I think he's right. Give them the break. Give him the All Star break like, you know, let them recharge of intelligence is gonna take a while that night. Want to take a little while We'll see what we'll see how long he might play into like you've been limited. So I I think it might be. He might play tonight. For crying out loud. I think it could be a mistake would have three home runs, like sure type of apparatus they put on their knee. I don't know. Get hit there again, regardless of it. That's what I'm saying. Like in, regardless of any short term. Outcome or success, like what is best for the long term could be a little bit of a break for Jose. Right now, That's all I'm saying. 3123323776 bows in Joliet. What up, Bo? Hey, what's going on, Guys? Alright, man. Good. I just wanted to say about Have been calling fill a racist. I just think when you're at that level of sports that I don't really think racism comes into it. It's kind of next man up. You're up. It's your turn. Big game. I mean, you don't really Color when you're looking across the floor like that, at that time when you're at that level, I don't think I think Look, I think they can coexist actually bow and I'm not certainly not accusing fill of being that. Don't get me wrong, but I don't know. I mean, you know, we like to think that they see no color and it's this and that and it's purely a meritocracy. I don't know if that's 100% accurate. But, you know, in theory, I think we'd all like to believe that because most of us are enlightened enough, and you know, just welcoming enough to be like, Yeah, This is the way it should be, You know, in embrace one another play for one another and In a perfect world. We think that this is exactly what it's like. It might not always be. But again, Scotty didn't present anything. Any evidence, right? Exactly York. I mean, like, if you're going to make an accusation like that, How about some Real evidence, Perhaps. You know, I mean, otherwise, What are we talking about? Doesn't she like we're talking about? Much an accusation. Yeah, that's it..
"seven months" Discussed on WTVN
"W T V N at 810 W. T V in Broadcasting today Live from Bill's Greenhouse 33 in Riga Rose, Stop and say Hello, Jerry's pulled out all the stops. There's a lobster truck out front. So grant and soul and I are assuming we're going to have lobster for lunch today. I don't know, but We are at Bill's greenhouse going to be here till news. So stop out. Say hello and I love seeing everybody good being back on the road doing our remotes and I think deals for stepping up and having us come out As soon as the masks came off, we came out so we appreciate that, and, uh And good being here. So stop out. Say, Hi. That's s our usual weekend at bills and as usual when we're here, Grant, you know it's always 105 degrees, so right away, the temperatures start to drop and I saw the watch the their weather report ensure enough, you know, 85 or so today so, but I said, that's because we're going to be a dills. So you know, this is the way it goes. But it's as usual. Typical bills filled lots of hanging baskets. Lots of annuals. I walked through the herbs You had about everything you could choose from back then you still have lots of tomatoes, Lots of peppers. I'm looking really good. And by the way, I saw Kelly. I saw Colleen. They both look great as usual. And unfortunately I did see Jerry. He is here without his mask on Now we've all seen Jerry over the past seven months on the commercial for Older people getting vaccinated. I mean, let's just say it, and so they used Jerry for that. And, you know, he said, his mask on the whole time and, uh, Wow, I don't know. I hope he still has a mask with him. But anyway, we did see him without the mask. But it is going to be here. So again. We're Dills Greenhouse 33 regular road. Stop out. Say hello. We're gonna be here till noon. By the way. The folks at Bill's here, Jerry, Actually, he's given away too. $100 gift certificates. Two of them 100 bucks each. All you have to do is stop by our table here. Soul will show you where everything is. You can sign up and we're gonna have the drawing at the end of the show. So you've got to come out while we're here, But he's given away to $100 gift certificates so you can't beat that. And then after you have buggy Joe Boggs will talk with Kelly and Colleen and We will keep Jerry away. Well, well in Nigeria come over to to find out what's going on. Uh, what kind of spring we had so far. And what can we look forward to the summer and fall here at Jill's Greenhouse, But as we always do, let's start off our show with The buggy Joe Bog departments of Joe Bugs. Assistant Professor commercial order. Quote. You educated for the Ohio State University. Intentional issue Department of Entomology, Joe. They're rolling out the lobsters for Iran. That's how VIP he he is. Oh, I heard that I heard that so well, they hurt I also what? I her soul was gonna be here. That's why the lobster truck is here. When you arrived when you arrived? I mean, did they do that thing? You know, Like where? As you drove in. There were flower petals being thrown out. Yeah, No, no, no, no Trump trumpets were founding as soon as No. As soon as I got out of the truck, Everybody starts saying Is Joe going to be on the show today? Joe coming. Is Joe coming with you? Is Joe going to be here? Can we meet Joe? Now? You're just making that up. We know that Well, you're making up the pedals to so there you go. It's a It's a little It's a great day to day in his sunny the sky is clear. Um, I don't see a cloud in the sky. It's a little warm already, but that's okay. Good. Good gardening weather. Get out there and sweat a little bit in the morning sweat little bit in the afternoon or late afternoon evening. I don't know about you, but I like sweating in the garden. You know, it is great. It is great now, I I don't know if everyone does. I mean, what about our other partner on here Coming? And what does she like to get out there? And she likes to watch Mr Taylor. Work in the garden and pull weeds and things like that. Oh, yeah, The Heat's not for me. No. No, As a matter of fact, I was at the studios earlier, and she's there, all wrapped up with sweat pants and some kind of a blanket and all kinds of things. So this well, actually I kind of have to agree with her. I mean, I am spring fall person. You know it was, you know, the cooler seventies, you know, on on the other hand, I have to tell you now, remember, you know, Insects are cold blooded so they they do.
"seven months" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Washing dishes for the last seven months. Serving wise. We had almost 90 covers last night with three servers that had to keep the patio closed because I didn't have enough staff to be outside and inside at the same time. Customers are upset because they're finally getting out. So they're coming into your establishment and you have to explain to them why you're out of certain things. They think it's your fault, not a distribution issue. So I mean, you're dealing with different issues, but almost bigger issues. And I know I'm not the only one. I know. You know, A lot of my colleagues are going through this right now. You know, the last time we spoke, I could hear it in your voice that you weren't doing well, I mean, actually could hear it in your language is well, you were using words like dismal treading water. White, right? Did you know usually tell me your business was down 80%. Holy cow. I mean, what kind of words would you use today? Today. They look at things like it's really exciting to see customers back in your space people that you haven't seen and 15 months, but We are literally exhausted. Emotionally physically mentally, and it's all around us within this business. Have you thought about how you might get more workers? In the door. I mean, maybe you got to raise wages or something. I mean, we have We've done all of that. You know, I I know a lot of people are complaining about restaurant owners in the way that they treat staff and you know my business partner, Jill and I are not that. I mean, we try and go above and beyond for staff. I know other owners that do not on that's fine. That's the way they run their business. I don't know what is happening with the staffing shortage. I don't know if it's the fact that everybody's sitting on unemployment still, I don't know if they're afraid to go back to work yet. I don't know what it is, but we have tried everything to get staffing in our door. They're just not out there, and they're not out there to do the work That really means to get done. So that's like your dishwashers. So you're doing it right. I'm doing them. What have you learned through all this? I mean, it's now been more than a year. You've had some ups. You've had some downs. Plenty of them. What do you taking away from this experience? You know, I've really learned how to live day to day. Because every single day looks different. I have found out, especially over this year. How resilient Not only I am. But my co workers at Salter. You go through this like roller coaster of emotions. That's constant. If it's not the pandemic, it's a staffing issue. If it's not a staffing issue, its distribution issue. It's something new every day. So I really just have learned to live day to day and keep positive and trying not to look down on that day. I've gotten pretty good at it. So I'm pretty proud of that. Good. Good. Well, you should be proud of that. Not throwing in the towel yet. It sounds like no, no, no, no, not at all. Jessica Parkson, co owner of the restaurant Salt in Lakewood, Ohio..
"seven months" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Not enough scientists. Living victims of missing and unidentified persons case are the families because they're going through this tragedy every day, you know, traditional funeral three days you're worried. And then you found ways to adapt your new life. The missing persons case. It's it's like a funeral that goes on for years, sometimes decades. Back in Harlan. It's been seven months since investigators dug up the skull and bones from the hillside grave. Finally, darling gets the call from Todd. She's been waiting for. Hello, darling. How are you? Hey, I'm good. How are you? We do have some news. Okay? And I know that you spent not raising any time. Yes. We've been shared a glass of one imported into the ground. And then Yeah, I don't wanna apologize because I couldn't tell you many things finger. The remains that were anything that day in Harlan County were not the remains of their Harlan changing that. Oh, no, not the shock. I'm terribly disappointed that I just I don't know what to say. How did it happen? And where is she? Investigators thought they were exhuming Mountain Jane Doe, but they dug up the wrong body. The unidentified girl marker was on the wrong grave. Asked Darla how she's taking the news. It's never been easy. But it's never been boring. I gotta I gotta hand it to the case. Right now. What I'm thinking is To get the right grave. We had to dig up the wrong.
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"I macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk currently 55 degrees in Sacramento. Out of the stories trending on this Thursday morning. New numbers out this morning show California home construction. Is it a 13 Year high? The Sacramento Bee reporting housing instruction in California jump last year to the highest level since the great recession Despite the covert 19 pandemic and a historic state population decline. New data shows that more new homes are being built in the Central Valley and foothills. As coastal Californians move inland this morning, Governor Newsome is expanding his multibillion dollar spending plan. He wants to open up. Kindergarten to all four year old Children in California Public schools KFBK is Aubrey Aquino reports A new proposal from Governor Gavin Newsom's administration would allow all four year olds more access to early education before they're eligible for kindergarten. It's a full year more than what's currently available in California early Edge Executive director Patricia Lozano is excited at the prospect. You see that guitar Propriety, and especially now, after a year we're family really struggled and there is a lot of trauma. I think now anything we can do so kids have that opportunity to go to program and learn and make friends and it's great California created it's transitional or pre kindergarten program in 2010, but only one in 44 year olds qualified right now. If this plan is fully implemented, an additional 266,000 of them could enroll Ariake. No news 93.1 kid became, we're gonna catch up with Aubrey. We shall have more details and reaction on the governor's kindergarten plan Coming up with 5 45 this morning. Officials with the U. S. Treasury say the federal budget deficit has already increased by nearly $2 Trillion in just this fiscal year alone can't be case Tom Roberts Widmore. The big gap is mostly due to Congress passing a massive coronavirus relief bill, which included $1400. Stimulus checks for millions of Americans. Economists say this year's budget deficit is expected to exceed last year's record at roughly 3.4. Trillion. This means of the national debt could grow to more than $37 trillion over the next decade, which is a dramatic increase from 28 Trillion Currently. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk You a supply chain is still not where it needs to be. This is hampering the reopening of businesses a year after the pandemic onset, we're still not back to 100%. Capacity inside of manufacturing facilities inside of ports. So things aren't moving quite as fast as they would move in normal ties that Scott Gras, chair of the department of the supply chain management at Iowa State University, he says it's going to take time for the supply chains to get back to normal, But he is confident they will be back to normal in several months at 5 34 on this Thursday morning here, your top national stories The colonial pipeline is back online after a cyber attack and left it shut down earlier this week. Drivers, however, have been stunned by gas shortages across the Southeast. ABC is a real rush of us at the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, where airlines are also feeling the pain here in Charlotte. They're trying to conserve as much fuel as possible to avoid canceling any flights were here on the tarmac, and we just saw this plane getting topped off with fuel, but American.
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"seven months" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"In basically seven months or less. Is that not extraordinary, Dr Siegel? Yeah, The thing that was most extraordinary about that, in this story is not told enough is that it was a bringing together. Of different groups. The United States military was involved. HHS was involved. You know the White House was involved. Private companies were involved. McKesson was involved. CDC But they they had the private manufacturers knowing that there was a built in, uh, pre purchase of this, you get it to market. We're buying it. And you know that any private company needs that in order to manufacture So that deal that was set up even if it even if it took ah, couple of months past inauguration Day to really hit its stride it over three million doses a day. That deal was engineered months and months before it didn't come out of nowhere. And I think that the president would be doing the country a service if he would acknowledge that instead of continually saying I got zero doses, I could First of all, it wasn't It was a million doses a day already. And when he came into office, but even I mean, this isn't the time for that kind of divisiveness. Yeah, it was a terrible comment. He did great. That's right. Past administration did great and we're doing great. Yeah, exactly right. And you could even said we we got a lot. Left for us, and we've even ramped it up, Maura that he could have taken credit and given credit instead to say there were none is so unserious is blatantly intellectually dishonest. He got the vaccine himself that were there. No vaccines. So, yeah, I'm with you 100% on that Dr Siegel, Dr. Mark Siegel on the guy Benson Newsmaker Line, The distinguished Fox News Medical correspondent, the author of Co vid. The politics of fear and the power of science. How do you think the history books are going to reflect and describe the states that Button down and suffocated their citizens and their businesses and shut them down. I mean, brutally locked them down versus other states that Let people continue to live. And so my question is with with respect to those who were able to continue to live, and those that were shut down in this some cases, as you know, ruins their businesses closed forever. And so on. How do you think the history books We're going to score the performance of those that did either scenario. Well, I'm gonna be more balanced on this than you think. I think that it had to do with misinformation at the beginning. In other words, a new A new virus comes out of China were misinformed, of course by China. Our scientists are relying on Chinese scientists who themselves were being buttoned down in China. The World Health Organization was a very limited if any value. We had no idea that this virus spread so easily that it caused 40% of the cases were asymptomatic that hung in the air. That was even Aris allies. We're talking about surfaces. We were doing deep cleanings, and it turns out it's not even spread easily on services. It's much more just pure respiratory virus. So then you realize that the real protection Is in not social distancing because it's hanging in the air, which we kept saying a million times social distancing masks definitely helped, though, and that's something that science showed over the course of the pandemic masks help because because the virus is ubiquitous, but again, deep cleanings, very limited value. Distancing Matt masts of some value, but to the point you're getting up. Lockdowns and the shutdowns and the closures are based on 1918 social public health. Based on a totally different virus, the flu virus, the flu is much less easily transmissible. The flu is transmitted by large droplets so that distancing plays more of ah, a factor. The flu doesn't hang in the air. And then the idea that we jumped quickly to 1918 modeling, You know, quote like in ST Louis closed, the schools closed. The bowling alley's closed the street cars. I mean, it's very, very hard to superimpose that kind of public health model on a virus. That's this ubiquitous the only places that have really done it successfully, in my opinion, our New Zealand and Australia But look, they're islands, right? They can close all incoming and show everybody down and keep the virus completely out. History may look at that is draconian. It made me look at that is excessive, but that at least work it didn't work here. It doesn't work to shut down a city when everybody is still spreading it indoors anyway, and poorer communities there gonna be more likely to spread it because they have no summer house on the water to go to Two minutes Roll with Fox News medical correspondent Dr Mark Siegel, the author of Covert the Politics of Fear and The Power of Science. It's really a great read, and you can follow Dr Mark Siegel on Twitter at Dr Mark Siegel. See at the end of Mark Mark Siegel at Dr Mark Siegel on Twitter. His handle. Dr Siegel in closing. I really do believe this opinion editorial should as many eyeballs as possible. Our fellow Americans should read it because I believe your article is spot on with respect to responsibly ending mass mandates to spur vaccination, and you are very quick to point out. There's times where you just did, where the masks are very appropriate in crowded areas. And things like that. Tell us your take away from your Wall Street journal Op ed piece. No, I think Harry There's a lot of points in there about having a spirit of opening in the spirit of freedom and liberty and a spirit of confidence in your in your public, which we need again. We need the government to restore the sense that they have confidence in us is individuals. But probably the most important and interesting point There is this. Why should we punish inadvertently those who have taken the vaccine? By continuing all of these restrictions to protect those who have it. I think if we give a nod to those who have and reopen the society than those who haven't they're going to say I won't have one, too. So that I'm protected. That's how America works. It doesn't work. Bye bye, superimposed. You know restrictions of freedom. That's not this country. This country is everybody says Well, he had it and he's doing well, so I want it. That's how we have to go. You have helped save lives. You've done it with your media career, and you've done it at why you honor to present you, Dr Siegel. Very grateful. Thanks for having me always enjoyed coming on with you. Thanks. So what? Thank you, sir. Doctor, Marc Siegel will be back when we come back. This is the full first hour of the guy Benson Show is alcove in 19 all the time, and we're going to conclude with an important item is well, somebody has been Named. They haven't received it yet, but they're going to receive it. So we're going to say that they're nominated to receive a very prestigious award relative to covert 19 and also I want to highlight. What the Yankees and the Mets are doing, because I think it is terrific. With team Christine. Why it and Max I am Harry Hurley filling in today. This is the guy dancing show energetic, informed his face guy Benson show. Mm hmm. Did you know that about 20% of all U. S dollars were created in 2020? Yeah, Most people don't know that. What do you think the effect of all those.
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"seven months" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"I think it's a really interesting conversation is if if we're not cautious about it our leadership can be built on creating anxiety ray if most authentic about getting better or growing bigger or solve problems or fixing a crisis and so i think could cleave a passer. I coached out on the west coast. Said he didn't even realize that he struggled with anxiety in leadership until he he would bite the side of his tongue when he got interest in india. No that was an anxious response until it got so bad. He couldn't teach on the weekends because it was swollen and he had likes fermented he didn't even know he was anxious like he was disconnected as he offered those physical symptoms learned. Oh all these things. I feel these things that are happening in me are action heidi and so it put him on a path towards doing stuff about that. Just give us some insight into what anxiety in leadership looks like and perhaps had avoid not building the need that people's need us on anxiety leadership. Well i respond to what you said about. You know some people kind of learned to use anxiety and this is this is i think this is mostly a political term but it could be also a business like ceo sorta term. There's this old saying that says never waste a good crisis because what good change agents know is that when people are feeling crisis. They're the most open to change and they aren't any other time in their life. So you're right. Carry some leaders. I'm not saying they do this. Consciously but some cautiously will actually create recurring crisis so that they can get done what they want done and then again i would just want to say okay. It's effective. you got what you want done but you actually create an anxious corporate culture which long-term is a loser you you get some short term gain by creating a crisis but it's a long term long term loser because you get known as the person who created crisis don't get known as the effective leaders who gets things done you get known as the person who creates crisis wherever you go. You know like you know you walk into a room and you know used to sort of create crisis All right so to answer your question another way. Yes there are some bodily things and again carry. I learned this the hard way when we lived in wheeling my wife. Debbie and i had a hard time both getting pregnant and staying pregnant. We've finally w was pregnant. Scott like seven months in looked like we're losing the baby. She had to go the hospital. And i just doubt those were the first moments in my life where i got ta jade you guys all know. It is a joint on your jaw..
"seven months" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It started its journey from Earth to Mars six months ago, and on Thursday it'll finally land on the Red Planet. Overs from China and the United Arab Emirates have already entered Mars orbit. What could we learn from these three missions? And what is life on Mars Mean for life on Planet Earth? This conversation originally aired a little earlier this month, but we wanted to give it another listen for President's Day, our first guest to someone with some first hand knowledge of NASA's latest mission to Mars. Tanya Bozak is a professor of geo biology at M I T. She's also participating scientist on NASA's Mars sample Return campaign hears our conversation. What are the main goals of this mission? These goals off this mission or to go to Jessica, a crater on Mars and environment that contained liquid water at very early point in Martian history to characterize this environment which could have been habitable. And Really look around and bring a diversity of same polls, collected diversity of samples and then cash them to be eventually brought to earth so we can study them. What makes perseverance different from other Mars missions. No previous Mars mission ever had a go of collecting samples. So what? This rover will be doing it has this amazing cashing and sampling equipment. And we'll be able to drill course into the rocks and also collect some soil samples and packed them into sample tubes. And the simple tubes will be then deposited on the surface of Mars and eventually make their way to Earth so we can study them in Earth based laboratories, so no past mission. Was ever able to do That is to talk about the eventually part of this because we got a question from a member of the one a text club. Who says, Realistically, how long until we could have a Mars sample return mission? Seems like being able to have scientists to hands on study of Martian soil would answer a lot of questions, not just Martian soil, but rocks. These incredibly old rocks. So the Greater itself and the Lake system that was in it is a police 3.5 billion years old, we think, and that would mean that these samples would be older than anything. We any sedimentary rocks that we have unearthed. So bring that back would be incredible. And the marsh marsh simple return campaign is ongoing. People are developing planes for the fetch her over and this planes that really Done in collaboration between NASA and ESA. And so we think that the federal or could go to Mars. And what is it 2026? We may have samples back by 2030. That there would be another craft that would get the samples from the orbit around Mars and bring them to Earth. And maybe we could have samples by 2031 or so We'll win the decade in a decade or so, What are the limits to being able to investigate things without being able to put your hands on it? You're just looking at the thing through camera. Yes, well, we have We have a suite of instruments, and there have been many different instruments sent to Mars by this and the previous missions, But Like other missions, something I didn't mention before. This mission is the first one that really explicitly says that it will look for rocks that may contain evidence of past life. So not really, to look for past life on Mars, but really to look at rocks and collect rocks that maybe best candidates to preserve any evidence of life as it may have been on Mars 3.5 billion years ago. And to look for any life that old would mean toe look for microbes and to look for microbes. You need microscopes, and that is something we cannot really have on their over or miniaturized enough or cut thin slices of rocks to look through to look for maybe microbial fossils. So we really it's essential to bring these samples back. Um, another example off science that can only be done on Earth is Chronology So really figuring out how old these surfaces are and finding minerals that can tell us that the most precise methods really are on earth, so Bringing see Pushback has so many different different possibilities and can answer so many questions that we can't just buy a select number of instruments that could be sent to Mars. We're talking to Tanya Bozak, professor of geo biology at M I T and participating scientist for NASA on the return sample Science on Mars 2020. We got this tweet from cold stray cat who asks what qualifies as conclusive proof of life intact microbes. Fossilized poop. Now you mentioned microbes. But is there other evidence you're looking for? Uh, so we're going to this incredibly incredibly old sedimentary environment. And I as, uh, Geo biologist. I'm very excited about this place because You're just no good looking rocks on Earth that sedimentary that a dead old and because of that old we just have no hope of finding no fossilized poop or leaf or Bone of any complex organism. We really the best we can hope for some kinds of microbes. A cool thing we can hope for is also look for evidence of prebiotic chemistry. So Because this rocks is sold. We may be able to capture life before it really was life before they were even cells, just a set of reactions and chemist chemistries that we're learning how to assemble itself. So these are some incredible opportunities, but really dead does complicate our Our ability to say on the surface of Mars A. This is life. What if it looks different from what we think life looks like? Uh, there are various this is again another reason to bring these samples to earth. Um, when you're looking for life on Mars or any other Body. Uh, the The burden of proof is enormous, and there will be not be one single. Observation. One single analysis. I mean, we should be so lucky, but I don't think we'll see bones or really even see a really convincing microbial cell. But what we need to do is and what scientists do when looking for evidence of early life, even unearth is really throw a whole bunch of different techniques to look at the same simple And have a bunch of criteria have really a list of criteria that this simple has to satisfy. So the chemistry has to be right. We have to find some organic molecules, some carbon that was formerly in a cell. That cell has to be preserved in Iraq. It has to make an outline that maybe looks like a cell. It has to concentrate some elements that are not found in rocks really, but concentrated in living organisms. And so there are oldies. Maybe some of the molecules can be even identified. We have some reasons to believe that could be the case in Marseille. S O. There will be various observations that come together and Really? In unison. Confirm or really. Are are in agreement with the hypothesis that something was living. Well, another member of her office. Yeah, well, another member of the one a text club asked what challenges must be overcome for a successful mission. What? What are those big challenges of the challenges are as probably the listeners know the landing. Always that point and moment and it's happening on February 18. And then once the roller hits well, gently lanes on the surface, we will need to make our way so it will land on a Delta, the sedimentary feature that tells us that the sentiments were being deposited in a lake more than three billion years ago. And it'll start making its way towards the rim off this creator and in doing so will have limited time toe. Look at the environments, look at the types of rocks and collect as many samples as we can that represent the geologic diversity of this place. We can go grab. Yeah, that would be a successful mission. Just getting diverse samples from unknown geologic environment that we can say something about. We got this question from Andrew, who asks, Would it be possible to send spectral, analyzing equipment or other machines to Mars to analyze soil samples there? Uh, In fact, such equipment exists. That equipment is part of the instrument payload. So we have multiple spectra spectral. Instruments that can analyze Spectra so there is sure look on instrument that can analyze the spectra and is really good to pick up on any organic material. Such as, say organic molecules or which don't have to be produced by biology. There is also super came on instrument that shoots laser beams and gets Uh, Some of the irons off rocks, you can know, analyze the elemental composition of rocks or soils and also detect some minerals. So it has the infrared spectroscopy that picks up with mineral bonds. And, uh, detect certain minerals that way, So there's some such equipment. We do not have a mass spectrometer. Unlike Theo Curiosity Rover. We They were weight limitations because we have to have all this cashing in sampling equipment. So we do not have a mass spectrometer so we don't have that particular instrument. That's another reason to bring simple Stewart to bring samples back to Earth. That's Tanya Bozak. She's a professor of geo biology at M I T She's also a participating scientist on NASA's Mars sample return campaign. Tell you Thanks so much for joining us. Welcome. I'm Jenn White will be back with more about Mars. This is one A from W A. M. You and NPR. 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"Package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. The slowdown in job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department's is only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus surge. The U. S labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit. Unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Lin claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen some large, sophisticated criminal rings attempting to defraud trust fund. Rosenfeld says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Bring Kahlan factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month, it's sent home a lot 200 workers with full pay and benefits. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. You're.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"seven months" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Good afternoon, I'm certified financial planner professional, Aaron spits in their with their closing business report. Stocks were mixed throughout the day, but finished higher to cap off a great first week of the year with the NASDAQ S and P. 500 Dow all adding over 1.5% during the first five trading days of 2021. And this morning we received December's jobs report that showed the U. S lost 140,000 jobs in December, ending seven straight months of job growth and giving us another indication on how the Corona virus and restrictive policies have slowed the economic recovery. But nothing seems to slow down Tesla's shares. They rose for an 11th consecutive day. And even musk has passed Jeff Bezos as the world's richest person. On the day, the Dow was up 56 points that 31,097 the S and P was up 20 and the NASDAQ was up 134 points from the Cold Wall Investment Group, the retirement specialists. I'm Erin spits Neri. You know, I think listeners are split. When Sort of give leftist taste of their own medicine. Yes. Can be smug. Yes, I can be condescending. And yes, I will actively try to embarrass you when you refer to Show as verbal diarrhea. Unfortunately for our caller, what was his name? Steve? Steve in Cedarburg s. As listener, Paul points out, he goes. Trump had to follow the rules on Twitter. But Steve from Cedarburg couldn't follow yours. For even a minute. Well. Oh, l e. I mean The irony is Really fantastic. But people are split. They want me. Oh, well, you know, Steve, Steve, let's let's try to think about why you think No, you give me this guy hates my guts. And you know it. It's It's unfortunate folks. I really It's not me. It's Zoe jokes that the jokes have a mind of their own. I can't control them. Have to make fun of them have to Have to Should come on. You open up with verbal diarrhea. You'd better believe I'm gonna throw that back in your face. Although even Steve from Cedarburg can win $1000 instantly in the cold, hard cash contest. It's not even socialism because it's well, quite frankly. Bribery. So it's you know, It's not what Joe Biden wants to do. It's what Joe Biden has already had happened for him. Consider us like the Chinese government. And you are hunter Biden. We're giving you $1000 just for listening, Tow us. You don't even have to pay 10 to the big guy. You do, however, have to text the word pay P a. Y texted to 202 100. You could win $1000 in cash instantly. If your text is picked at random, you will get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio information, Standard data and message rates apply in This nationwide. Contest. Gonna split on what I want to do here coming up in the final segment of the program. I've already decided over the past few days I have been Working on our awards entries for the Wisconsin Broadcasters awards, and I came upon a piece that I had totally forgotten about that I wrote in July. And it's entitled the more perfect union and it's about where America is and What it can be. And I want to replay that it originally air right before the fourth of July, But I want to replay that as a source of hope. For all of you. Who May believe that just because an election was lost Hope is lost. I'm not going to lie. The left Draconian authoritarians crackdown on dissent. Apparently, I'm not the only one who has noticed this on Twitter. Steven L. Miller, who is podcast host, he's conservative writer. He has about 253 100,000 followers on Twitter. He's been posting that he's lost at least 10,000 followers In the last several hours. There's clearly a purge of right wing Twitter accounts going on right now they're just being removed. Meanwhile, Do you know A what is it with Michigan State representatives in state senators. Democrat, A woman who ran but lost in the primary for Michigan State Senate referred to me by an ethnic slur the other night. Have you ever heard of the front? I'm not even sure if I'm allowed to say this. It's kind of a draconian word. And have you ever seen the movie snatch? Yes. All right. Do you know what an Irish traveler is? They're sort of like the Romani in Ireland, or what's now considered to be a slur gypsy, right? Everybody knows what a gypsy is that's considered an offensive term. They prefer Romani. No, I did. I learn this like a year ago that Romani is what's preferred. In in Ireland. The Romani Do you know Tyson Fury producer Paul? Yeah, he's known as the Gypsy King because he was the best fighter amongst the Irish travelers. He's from Ireland and the Irish travelers or Irish Rovers. Would literally Rove the countryside in their RVs. He is the one who sang after he beat Deontay Wilder. He's by far my favorite fighter, not just because we share an Irish Heritage State Senate candidate from Michigan. Called me a slang term a slur for an Irish traveler. She called me a pikey. If you've ever seen the movie snatch, they use that term liberally. It is apparently very offensive to Irish travelers. You know why she used it? Because she saw my last name was O'Donnell assumed I must be of Irish heritage. So used a slur for quote unquote shanty Irish. I mean this. This is someone who represents. So I asked the Michigan Democratic Party if they support this And they, of course, never got back to me. But this woman near is I can tell Still on Twitter..