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COVID vaccines would be required for military under new plan
"The Pentagon plans to make the covert nineteen vaccine mandatory for troops by the middle of next month you can consider this memo today as what we would call in the military warning order spokesman John Kirby says Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin's telling unvaccinated troops to get ready the plan is to make the vaccine mandatory by September fifteenth and maybe sooner if the shots to get final FDA approval or infection rates keep rising Kirby notes troops must already get up to seventeen vaccinations it just becomes part of that of that regiment it says Austin hopes those who been unwilling so far we'll get the covert vaccine when it's mandatory officials say the military vaccination pace has been growing but the rates vary widely among the services for more than seventy four percent of the navy at least partially vaccinated to about half the army Sager mag ani Washington
California wildfire flares but within line crews have built
"Wildfires continue to burn throughout parts of the west with officials reporting at least seven new ones over the weekend organs like far the largest in the country at over four hundred and thirteen thousand acres and destroyed four hundred structures but spokesperson L. Nash said over the weekend containment went from fifty three percent to seventy four percent two represents a pretty significant jump in the amount of containment that we have on this fire and so we feel really good California's Dixie far the largest in the state at more than two hundred and forty four thousand acres is thirty two percent contained cal fire's regard there's a better chance that the evacuation order or warning is going to be either lowered or lifted according to federal authorities ninety one active fires are burning in western states I'm Julie Walker
Travel Rebound: 2 Million People Go Through US Airports
"The travel industry continues to rebound the TSA says more than two million people stream through U. S. airport security checkpoints on Friday for the first time since early March of twenty twenty but there's still plenty of room for improvement since Friday's crowds were only seventy four percent of the volume compared to the same day in twenty nineteen before the pandemic kit as the summer travel season approaches TSA is advising passengers to arrive at the airport with sufficient time to accommodate increased screening time as they expect the amount of travelers to approach and in some cases exceed pre pandemic levels at certain airports I'm Shelley handler
US Image Abroad Has Rebounded Since Biden Took Office
"A new survey found the United States image around the world has improved since president Joe Biden took office a pew research center survey conducted in sixteen countries found that favorable ratings of the United States have started to rebound after declining considerably during Donald trump's presidency growing as much as thirty percentage points since last year in nations like France and Germany the majority of the citizens six in ten expressed confidence in president Biden to quote do the right thing in world affairs in France a seventy four percent of the public say they have confidence in Biden compared with just eleven percent for trump the survey found many nations are skeptical of the U. S. a majority across the sixteen countries say the U. S. democracy used to be a good example but has not been in recent years Jennifer king Washington
Jim Cramer and Rob Maurer Discuss Tesla's Q1 Earnings
"One of the biggest earnings reports to come so far this week has been tesla came last night. Now i want to bring on his various guests raum our host daily and an investor in tesla. Now rob i want to start by discussing tesla's overall earnings which should beat wall street. Expectations and revenue was up. Seventy four percent from a year ago kentucky this momentum going. Yeah definitely think so. I think what we're seeing a little bit of a sell off. Today is probably a lot of excitement than tends to build into earnings and then when there's no massive surprise or something like that. Although tested beat they were driven by some one time items when there's no massive surprise or updated guidance or something like that investors can move onto the next thing but for investors that are willing to take a long-term view on tesla which most people should be this really you know decade-long girl stories. We've talked about. I think you know. There's a lot to be excited about from from their innings. Report yesterday rob. How much did they really make it. Back up the credits. That cup the Yeah so they reported a non gap net income of just over a billion dollars. Half of that was regulatory credits. So about half a billion there One hundred million came from the sale of bitcoin so tests on key one acquired about one and a half billion in bitcoin. They sold about ten percent of their stake. Somewhere around fifty percent profit on on that sale of about one hundred hundred billion or one hundred million there so backing out those things You know they earned about four hundred million dollars but On a non gab basis on a gap baselessly Technically back out the regulatory credits. They still have lost. But that's not a great way to look at it. Tesla has super high stock based compensation right now because of elon. Musk's co compensation plan three hundred million dollars of their stock based compensation. This quarter was because of musk's plan. That's not gonna continue. There's only about seven hundred million dollars left in total on the plan yet to be recognized. So if tesla continues the pace that they were out in key one. That's only gonna continue for a more quarters. And i think over the next few quarters. We're gonna see that decline anyway as It's just gonna take a little bit longer for the rest of that to be recognized.
The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us
"Thursday may fourteenth. Virginia in mid may is bombed for any troubles. No silent spring here. The green archer fresh bring leaves almost met over the rutted country. Would occasionally you would see a bright. Little chipmunk perched on radio fans it's been a bad week in washington lady. Bird finds herself in the rare uncomfortable position of being the subject of some pretty scathing press. So she's fled. Dc to get out of the spotlight and come to hunt. Land and estate in middleburg virginia about an hour outside of washington. Lbj and lady. Bird had made high profile tours of appalachia. I mainly on poor whites for one of the administration's first initiatives it's war on poverty and they've quoted massive press coverage tv radio and prince. Johnson continues the president's attack on poverty as she travels to the economically depressed areas of kentucky. The forty five counties making up this area present one of the nation's worst pictures poverty several times. Mrs johnson holzer motorcade degreed local school children who have gathered along. The roadside ladybird has been a public face for this up until now the media has loved her. There's actually no vice president at the moment because lbj was the bp under kennedy and according to the constitution there's no automatic replacement for him lbj's going to announce a running mate at the convention in august at the press corps. Traveling with the first lady has started referring to her as mrs. vice president. How serious is that. i don't know not fairy. But they've clearly picked up on something real about the way. She works with lyndon in a typical piece. Editorial in the lexington herald in kentucky asks. Why not an lbj and lbj ticket. Look no farther lyneham. Your big problem of running mate for this fall is now solved. It's none other than that. Charming texan. lady. Bird johnson ladybird lasted off but all this recognition has also made her a target. Read the papers and absorb the shock. Aptitude republican congressman's visit to my tenants that i pogo county. A couple of gop congressman decided to take their own poverty. Tour to alabama where ladybird has almost four thousand acres used for cotton and timber farming that she inherited from her mother's family. The congressmen go see lady bird tenants and put out some grainy black and white photos showing their ramshackle conditions tin roof shacks with collapsing foundations. No running water basically. She's being made to look like a slum lord and those optics as they say in politics are terrible. It could have been worse. I've got to thank some way to turn it into. A constructed in ladybird been in public life for decades. And she's savvy about the press. She understands the story could deal them real political damage so her first constructive step was to avoid the press by getting out of town. That's what's brought her to hunt land back in. Washington linden's really struggling. His civil rights. Bill is stuck. In congress is war counseled dean rusk mcgeorge bundy and robert mcnamara all holdovers from kennedy are pressing him on vietnam and he has a raging toothache and i was almost asleep. A little after tway out. He called me. It was a sad happy. Talk large about the alabama tenants and about his restive desire to seek a way out of the burdens. He carries but the real source of his pain. He's actually thinking about not running. November linden is fundamentally insecure. He knows he wasn't elected that he's just there because kennedy was assassinated. He doesn't believe he has a mandate and he doesn't think he can win despite an approval rating of seventy four percent. You could argue that. This is all in his head but part of him. A big part just wants out ladybird invited. Lbj's to longtime doctors to drive out to hunt one for dinner Linden had a major heart attack at heartland almost ten years ago in nineteen fifty five. It's never really out of mind for either of them so at dinner that night with the doctors. She'd heard what they thought about his fitness. And we're going to give him a thorough medical going. The next morning and night we only talked about the psychological aspects. I don't know though that either one really understands the depth of his pain winning af faces up to the possibility of sending many thousands. American boys vietnam both ladybird linden can see the writing on the wall. Vietnam could easily derail his presidency. Their ambitions for civil rights the sweeping great society programs. He's just laid out for his doctors leave to go back. Washington bird hands them. An envelope marked personal but its contents are political to on the phone the night before linden had asked her to set out the pros and cons. I wrote at for london about a nine page analysis of what i thought he situation was. I she types out that press release. It's a bit of psychology. This is what it would feel like to announce you're not running. Then on a spiral bound steno pad ladybird writes those nine pages laying out his options This letter or what. I think is more accurately. Her strategy memo is been sitting at the lbj library forever. Pretty much overlooked by historians.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Going to stay at the The new the new hot hotel on fifth thirteen in groesbeck is right next door. I mean inside the right lane. It's it's falcons on the lake Is what it's called my One of again. I'm getting people get people are. They don't know they need to stop writing stuff. Just the case the right stuff stop. Experts predict explosion of cheating as more people. Get the cova maxine. i love. here's the thing this is one of those because that's the only thing that's stopping them from doing well. Coincidence is not caused -ality and so here's my thing. As more people get the vaccine and as more people are getting out and about two bars and getting yeah people are gonna start fooling around more. They're back out in public. More like that span. Lead came from a poll on illicit encounters. Which is like What's the cheating site they got. Shut down back in the day Who's your ashley madison. Yeah so it's like it's decreed for cheaters. find other cheaters. Seventy percent of seventy four percent of people say they'll start sleeping again once. I'll be over fitness vaccinated by april which is specific. Now i don't know how that works. I mean i i guess this is so basically. You have to be over fifty. If you're looking to hook up like this is that that's who said that they were going to do it. The most i mean more power to them. I guess but then. Here's the thing that's a whole on cheating website about how. How frequently are you gonna cheat. So yeah but then. The title of the article is some experts predict who. Hey you know what bob. There was another phenomenon. Bob another phenomenal study. That came out. That said i'm safer than you are. Because i wear eyeglasses. Stop stealing by glass. Apparently there but again coincidence is not causation but Studying this Apparently was It was anecdotal evidence from china Where they said there were fewer people with with eyeglasses. That wound up coming in with symptoms of covid. Is it because i i can rub my eyes and yes. That's exactly what they said. It was in. Your eyes are a good place for things to get into your body so put apparently need this buffering. Glasses now doesn't rub his. Which is his glasses up. Snoopy but really dan. It is it dim. It doesn't do it no i. Just blink really hard.
How Bitcoin's vast energy use could burst its bubble
"Today. Many mainstream media articles describe bitcoin as an environmental disaster in reality it relies heavily on renewable energies estimates range from thirty nine percent to seventy four percent consumes a lot of strand excess energy and could very well have a mostly green future but given the poorly informed narratives around the subject one could imagine a world in which the biden administration restricts bitcoin mining as part of a green new deal the to bitcoin problem is perhaps the biggest existing threat to bitcoin users. Today if the top twenty five global exchanges in the us eu in east asia agreed to end user withdrawals then that would effectively bifurcated system. Bitcoin inside the bubble would be waitlisted and bitcoin. Outside could be blacklisted. Meaning if a merchant accepts bitcoin from you that is not on a certain list. They'd be running a risk. No matter how private you are with your bitcoin. It wouldn't matter you need to find people willing to accept your bitcoin with no trail. Such laws would force users into peer to peer markets. Where buyers don't care about coin history even still. There are a lot of barriers to this attack. Exchanges with lose millions of customers and billions of dollars business the defy ecosystem would potentially collapse given it relies on users being able to purchase eath dollars on big exchanges and then withdraw to trading platforms like swab companies in the space would vigorously resist any change that would prevent citizens from withdrawing bitcoin or any cryptocurrency. Two self-controlled
How Sephora Is Tackling Racial Bias in Retail
"Sephora. Just released a study on racial bias in retail. This was really cool because they partnered with four academics who very well known in this world doctor. Cassie pittman cleaner. Dr david crockett. Witnessing fowler and dr patricia raspberry and so sephora like new they had to bring in the big guns to help them study this back in nineteen. They have also in the spotlight for anyone who didn't know they've been in the news two four about some some stuff that was why the study was initiated. Because they knew they had issues in this with both the retail associates and their customers Profiled so so. I went to a presentation that gave showing us the highlights of the research at just a couple of things. I wanna point out. But i'm going to link to. They gave us this little booklet with more of the highlights at a leg to on the blog. So you can look into this. Because i think a lot of other retailers or if you work in beauty or even if you're shopper which she while are of beauty there's things that you can take away from this. That are interesting and so far is gonna Going to work on some stuff. But here's the highlight so three and four retail. Shoppers feels to seventy four percent of people. Feel that the marketing failed to showcase a diverse range of skin tones body types hair textures. So even though we've just been talking about there's been movement in the last couple years clearly. Not everybody feels that they are being spoken to in the beauty world and in fact black. Shoppers are three times more likely to feel like this than white shoppers. They also looked at all. Shoppers of colors not just black and white But in addition to locate shoppers they looked at the associates the retailers and what was going on there and a lot of the retailers talked about a lack of training to help people diverse background. So when someone walks in the store and have a hair type different than yours if you're the retail associate. You're like nobody gave me training on how to do this. The other thing. They didn't seem to get training on was implicit bias. Only forty percent of retail employees surveyed reported having unconscious bias training. Now that might sound familiar to you because remember back in two episode to forty three. We had dr susan taylor on. She's a dermatologist. And she was talking about how everybody at u. penn which is where she works was getting this implicit bias. Training for doctors. Obviously retail associates needs the same type of thing. You look at a shopper. You think things regardless of your race it informs the way you interact with that shopper and retail associates want this training so sephora actually has made a pledge that by the end of the year one hundred percent of all new employees will had implicit bias training which i think is using is really
Catherine Coley on Starting Project Binance US
"So in around june twenty. Nineteen i began working on the project. Ryan it's us. Party of wine worked out in my living room. Not much as changed still in my living room but we knew started as ceo via so we. We kicked it off. We figured out what type of platform you wanted to be building for the us. We figured out what where we wanted to Where we could be operating one of the things that you realize when you're operating a marketplace in the united states is that there's a huge amount of regulation oft and it's actually done state level as well so you have to get licenses per state in order to operate in so right. Now we're operating in about seventy four percent of america working every day with regulators to operate in more of those states. A lot of them are on the east coast. And it's an exciting process to be able to build a business that you can justify and get regulated and began anti business in all of these states is something that's one process to do. I equated kind of to applying to colleges have a bunch of college. Students can understand how difficult that was. You have to have good grades. You had to take the sat's you maybe twice a year. Get referral letters you to write essays. Each school has a different essay format. There is the common application. But there's a ton of personal essays that you've gotta right so it's really the application process for us to operate in these individual states wise as well that that kind of each each state has their own requirements and we had to qualify in order to be able to operate so that was really the laying down the foundation of it as well as being able to be par to where the other us marketplace's were When we first launched. We didn't have an app. We were web based only which in two thousand and nineteen. What who doesn't have an app so you've got to recognize the whole world is so in two thousand twenty. We launched our mobile application on android and making it more friendly through users. Because if crypto can be mad you need to be a nomad So you need to it on your phone wherever you go. And we've seen huge growth since since then and especially since the lockdown with pretty exciting.
Acast integrates with Patreon patron-only shows
"A constant patron of just announced a collaboration enabling creators to publish subscriber only content across different podcast platforms and make it easier for fans to financially support patriot creators. who works on almost all podcast. Players is profitable. Fuck i heart media. Podcasting revenue grew seventy four percent year on year for the company. Downloads are up. Seventy one percent new advertiser also spending with the company and other places to bob pittman. Ceo committed in a revenue colder fifty percent of the new. Podcasts launched on the podcast network be from female and verse creators and we now know that iheart paid fifty million dollars to buy. Vox nurse last month. I heart media has also signed sales and production partnership with pushkin industries. It'll make iheartmedia. The company's exclusive sales partner. And pushkin will also co produce new original. Podcasts iheartmedia over the next few years quite enough iheartmedia. It's focused on somebody else. Stitcher has rolled out a new website in the process. The url for podcast has changed old addresses. Though will read rx by you might as well update you website. It's probably a good idea. A are ends iheart podcast network trailer that they are again. They've signed up with pod sites to enable podcast attribution for every campaign triton. Digital's omni studio has partnered with ghana india's largest music streaming app to bring omni studio podcasts into the garner platform. Keep listening for how well garner is working for. Us and podcasts was a category in. Us quiz show jeopardy on monday. Podcasts highlighted stitches. Science rules with bill. Nye luminaries fiasco wonder is we crashed an audible. Original weirdly called it burns us neither and it will conan. O'brien needs a friend taped earlier. It was the first podcast since the death of the host. Alex trebek surprise. It's time for some more tech stuff. Garner the indian podcast app appears really high impart news podcast downloads. Statistics which are linked to today are numbers are produced using both rss us agent and player user agents but the garner app itself doesn't set any obvious user agents so this traffic might not be visible in your own podcast host anyway willing to all of our workings today in our show notes nine newsletter phase one is about to close editions and suggestions for the new podcast. Namespace willing to that today. Buzz sprout now supports visual. Soundbites away to mark sharable portions of podcasting apps and social media attack from podcast index. New podcast namespace willing to a bite from the podcasting two point. Oh show on pont verse and we all sending a little more about the lightning network and podcast monetization and another piece of news that to just in case you understand it more than we do.
Joe Biden leads President Trump in national poll
"His past week the Democratic National Convention took place this coming week Republican convention will be happening as well and with both of these happening, we are firmly into the general election. But what do the polls show about the state of the Presidential Race Joe Biden continues to maintain lead but that is narrowing and while Biden, has his supporters. Voters are really more united opposition against President trump for more on what all the polls are saying right now, we'll speak to Stephen Shepherd politics editor. At politico. We got a boatload of polling over the past few days leading into the two conventions here and but it shows is some slight tightening from earlier in the summer when Joe Biden was up routinely around ten or twelve points in the polls over president trump that now averages out just seven or eight points in a number of those polls tightening slightly one poll tightened a lot more. But that looks like more of an out wire a couple of polls actually showed Biden's lead. Widening those look a little bit like out lighters overall, it shows a slightly tighter raising. You're absolutely right about this being the kickoff really for the general election, we have the two party conventions. By the following week you first absentee ballots and a swing state North Carolina, go out to voters in the mail the week after the Republican convention. So we're talking about really the election is as we are going to know it in this sort of pinned era really being on our once we. Get through these conventions and it's GonNa be interesting to see because usually when we have a convention that party gets a bump and with the Democrats Convention being virtual and who knows how exactly how the Republican convention is GonNa play out are those bumps going to be comparable? Another thing that we're seeing is that or Joe Biden it's not necessarily hey, we support Joe. Biden. We Love Joe Biden. There's some of that but most of his vote is coming in as opposition to president trump. This is something that I think. We've looked at over the course of the past few months where you see a relative enthusiasm gap when you ask people how enthusiastic they are to don't folded ended it president trump's supporters and. Whether it's in parentheses or on social media are very active here his rallies or about him horror. So Biden, it is more about for his voters seems to be more about kicking out the incumbent president and NBC News Wall Street Journal poll out on Sunday Fifty, eight percent Biden supporters said there was more about opposing trump just thirty six percents that it was about voting for Biden for. Trump voters, seventy four percents they were voting for trump because they meant it as a vote for trump only twenty percent of trump voters they meant more as against Joe by. So you have this kind of asymmetry where go Biden's voters are enthusiastic about voting. They're just a disaster about voting against president trump not necessarily copilot and it'll be his challenge over the next couple of months to keep. Those voters in the fold one point I wanNA make on Convention bounces is Democrats as may recall or initially supposed to hold their convention in the middle of July five weeks ago. The idea was having an earlier convention would give them momentum through the summer carry through the Olympic Games would have been in the early part of this month would be ending right around now and that would set. Their nominee up well, even going into the Republican convention. In late August, obviously, they put back hoping that they could buy some time and still have an inverse invention with that didn't happen. We're stuck with these back to back virtual conventions and I think that's going to blunt both the virtual nature of the conventions, and also the timing factor Republican convention begins just four days after the Democrats conclude. Limit what kind of momentum each party I think can get out of this four-day infomercial that part looking to put on over the next couple of weeks. What kind of bump did the naming of Kama Harris as the running mate for Joe Biden? What kind of bump did that provide I know and the first forty eight hours they got forty, eight, million dollars. So the fundraising part of it was kind of their but polls, what were they saying about it? Well we see only a few polls conducted after Joe Biden named his running mate and they're pretty consistent with the polls that were conducted right before earlier last week. So I don't know that it changed the race a lot but what we saw is overall voters telling pollsters that they approve of the choice Joe Biden made arguably a safe choice choosing an experienced candidate who has exposure on the national stage voters got to know her during her presidential campaign in twenty nineteen CBS News of a Washington. Post. CNN. SRS sound maturities practices choice to that's not uncommon majorities approved of John. McCain's choice of Sarah Palin in two thousand eight in the first days. Obviously. Whereas well with voters over the closing couple of months of that campaign. So it's not unusual for there to be enthusiasm around the right after it's made the Salads or Democrats and for Kamo houses to keep that going the her momentum going through the convention this week, and obviously the other key moment for her and for Vice President Mike Pence Day or debate in early October
Big Tech CEOs Testimony Before Congress
"Today was the day as I record these words the big tech CEO's are still testifying before Congress. So I'm going to have to do a summary of what I've seen just in the first couple of hours or so and leave some of the juicier question and answer back and forth for tomorrow. I up a note on the format that we've been seeing. Yes. All of the CEOS were testifying remotely. They were using Cisco Webex as the video conferencing tool and it seemed to work fairly well at least right until this very moment as I turned off the stream to go into the booth to record this, they took a ten minute recess because apparently one of the witnesses. was having an issue with their stream or feed, and I'm wondering if it might have been Jeff Bezos because at least thus far were almost an hour and a half into the testimony and he hadn't been asked a single question. Anyway back to the whole idea of testifying remotely if I were going to do one of those rate, my video call backgrounds reports. Bezos look like he was in some sort of executive boardroom, lots of tasteful Chomsky's behind him. Look like he was in a conference room at a high end law firm I couldn't tell what Zuckerberg was sitting in front of it looked like closed vertical blinds almost like I don't know some sort of like a bunker like if you're battening down your house for a Hurricane Tim, Cook was in front of some sort of tasteful plant trough though he was clearly working off an ipad pro. Let's start off with what the Fab four had to say in their opening statements. Amazon's Jeff bezos underscored Amazon's job creation, its investments in social causes and its role in supporting small and medium-sized businesses. And made the case that Hey Amazon is just a tiny competitor in a huge global market quote. The global retail market we compete in is strikingly large and extraordinarily competitive Amazon accounts for less than one percent of the thousand five, trillion dollar global retail market and less than four percent of retail in the US unlike industries that are winner take all there's room in retail for many winners for example. More than eighty retailers in the US. Alone earn over one billion dollars in annual revenue like any retailer we know that the success of our store depends entirely on customer satisfaction with their experience in our store every day Amazon competes against large established players like target Costco Kroger and of course, Walmart a company more than twice Amazon size, and while we have always focused on producing a great customer experience. For retail sales done primarily online sales initiated online are now in even larger Growth Area for other stores Walmart's online sales grew seventy four percent in the first quarter and customers are increasingly flocking disservices invented by other stores. Amazon still can't match at the scale of other large companies like curbside pickup and in store returns and quote alphabets. Soon, Darpa, Chai, said that Google also operates in a highly competitive. Market and that it's free products benefit the average American quote. A competitive digital ad marketplace gives publishers, advertisers, and therefore consumers an enormous amount of choice pichai stated, for example, competition and ads from twitter instagram comcast and others has helped lower online advertising costs by forty percent over the last ten years with these savings pass down to consumers through lower prices in areas like travel and real estate Google faces strong. For search queries for many businesses that are experts in those areas. Today's competitive landscape looks nothing like I. Did five years ago let alone twenty one years ago when Google launched its first product Google search people have more ways to search for information than ever before and quote. Tim Cook of Apple said that the APP store has opened the gate wider for software developers. Also, apple doesn't have dominant market share quote as much as we believe, the iphone provides the best user experience. We know it is far from the only choice available to consumers Cook said after beginning with five hundred APPs today the APP store hosts more than one point seven, million, only sixty of which are apple software. Clearly, if apple is a gatekeeper, what we have done is open the gate wider we want to get every APP we can on the store, not keep them off and quote. And facebook's mark. Zuckerberg said well, but he said a thousand times before that facebook knows it has more work to do on things like fighting misinformation and that you know companies aren't bad simply because they're big. And he took pains to point out that facebook is an American success story quote although people around the world use our products. FACEBOOK is a proudly American company. He said, we believe in Values Democracy Competition Inclusion and free expression that the American economy was built on many other tech companies share these values, but there's no guarantee our values will win out for example China. Is Building its own version of the Internet focused on very different ideas and they are exporting their vision to other countries as Congress and other stakeholders. Consider how antitrust laws support competition in the US. I believe it's important to maintain the core values of openness and fairness that have made America's digital economy, a force for empowerment and opportunity here and around the world and quote. In his opening remarks, the chairman of the Committee David. Sy-. Selena Rhode. Island. Laid out three areas of inquiry that the was scheduled to delve into at least in questioning from the Democratic Congress folk more on that in A. Quitting CNBC, each platform allegedly serves as a quote bottleneck for a key channel of distribution and quote the platforms allegedly used their control over digital infrastructure to Sir Vail other companies, their growth business activity, and whether they might pose a competitive threat and use that information to maintain their own power and third the platforms allegedly abused their control over current technologies to extend their power through tactics like self referencing their own products. Quote. Prior to the cove nineteen pandemic, these corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. Silly said in the wake of Covid nineteen however, they are likely to emerge stronger and more powerful than ever before, and he concluded by saying quote, our founders would not bow before a king nor should we bow before the emperor's of the online economy and quote? But as I say, while this was labelled as an anticompetitive antitrust inquiry, it seems like the Republican Congress folk were primarily interested in probing alleged bias against conservative users. In fact, Jim Jordan. One of the ranking Republican representatives spent most of his opening remarks railing against. which if that continues would basically be exactly what all of the CEOS in the talking head boxes would be hoping for right lots of distraction and no real spotlight on them. In fact, a lot of the most heated questions directed at a company that's not even present. We'll see if that continues but I have to say straight off Chairman Sicily and was very specific targeted sharp questions. He kept interrupting folks when they started to stray into doublespeak and the very nature of the questions from him and others at least so far. This wasn't like previous congressional hearings we've covered where the congress folk didn't seem to even understand the businesses they were investigating, and maybe that was because I don't know if you saw the woman sitting very prominently very obviously behind Mr. Cecil lean. Let me let the Washington Post fill you in on who that was quote as a twenty eight year old law student Lena Con penned a twenty four thousand word article for Yale Law Journal titled Amazon's antitrust. Paradox. The article described how US antitrust law isn't equipped to deal with tech giants such as Amazon. Even as the company has made itself as essential to commerce in the twenty first century in the way that railroads and telephone systems had in the previous century con now works as counsel for the antitrust subcommittee she has worked with Sylvain to develop his case against the tech giants including Amazon and quote. As I said, the questioning is continuing as I speak these words in fact I just heard that they came back from their recess. The whole thing did kick off hour late only getting started at one PM, eastern? So I don't think it'll be done before for five PM at least. So again, I'll put together a summary of all of the juicy exchanges happening now for tomorrow.
A practical steps to protect those at risk of suicide
"Last year firearms were responsible for fifty one percent of suicides about twenty four thousand lives and seventy four percent of homicides about fourteen thousand lives. This is Dr. Michael Wilks with a second opinion. Berry is a forty one year-old Roofer who reported to me feeling suicidal when he told me he'd purchased a gun. My worry level went way up. There's little worse than knowing that someone is at risk of. Of hurting themselves or others, and not being able to do anything to stop it over the past four years or so nineteen states, including California have passed laws called extreme risk, protection orders or your P. O.'s these laws make it illegal for a person who is believed to be a danger to themselves or others to possess access, receive, or have in their custody, a firearm or ammunition for the. The duration of the order typically one year, the civil process begins with an immediate family member, a household member, law, enforcement, or sometimes a health professional, petitioning the court for an immediate ERP oh. If granted, the police requested to enforce the order, so the law sounds like it makes sense, but does it work well. The first report I've seen was published this week in the annals of internal medicine and And it looked at two hundred and thirty eight Erp owes filed over about a three year period in Washington state in Washington the petitioner requesting the ER. Peo- fills out detailed form explaining why they feel. The person is at risk of causing personal injury to themselves or others by way of a firearm. If the situation is deemed to be urgent, they can request an emergency implementation of a temporary. Which lasts only twenty one days longer EERP does then require an appearance before a judge of the two hundred and thirty P. O.'s filed. Eighty percent were granted of those that were granted thirty percent related to fears of suicide, thirty six percent, related to fears of harming someone else, and the remainder involved fear of both the vast majority of Europeans were filed against white men who were. Were in the age group of twenty, five to forty, four about half had a history of prior mental health problems and half reported to have problems of substance abuse, interestingly, a third of the ER PEOs resulted in a court, ordered mental health evaluation, and many of those people were able to access long-term treatment. It also turns out that well over a third of E. R. P.. P. O. Orders were to people with substance abuse problems prior domestic violence attempts or a prior arrest. In most cases, police removed only one firearm, but in other cases police reported removing a dozen or more, so the study suggests that for every ten to twenty RPO's ordered. One life is saved by preventing suicide reports suggest that often when families know of a person's risk to themselves or Or others they are not aware of their ability to have firearms removed from that person. Of course, another problem is at families, or even doctors could fear retribution. The e Rpo we got for Berry was to protect him because we cared, but I'm not sure that Barry will ever want to return to see me as his doctor.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Dot com you'll love that clean those feelings might I suggest the one place you cannot get let me Mike is that's what it is but I may I suggest that we turn the air dad in this studio because it is negative forty I have been suffering for ninety minute mean it's it's it's calibrated for having a lot more people in the studio it's certainly a discussion that we can add but you're blaming someone else and that's a plus at eleven show on Twitter is where it is that you find the polls Valerie my wife went to the beach yesterday there were sharks there and on our way there there were snakes on the way there because the animals got plenty plenty comfortable with us not being around the beach reopened yesterday how is your rose and I was doing I was in parkland I have led the charge show at led the charge if you want to vote on the polls what we have here today he's got balls are brought to you by three of three touch the ceiling for the ultimate protection and shine in no time to get out of its art show on Twitter going back to yesterday who would win in a fight a panda or bulldog seventy four percent of the audience at a panda that's me graduations what was still god's doing sharing his platform being lazy both were talking about my podcast in this past week thank you fifty eight percent of the audience said both you're welcome for that option got your back I appreciate it it helps the greater good I was both being lazy and sharing the platform you have only two point eight percent of the audience you're sharing the platform therein lies the checkers which is a better MMA nickname for Dan panda express scones Jones I love scones Jones but seventy three percent of the audience at panda express at the outset an orange chicken is like candy I put that on the pole Guillermo is the orange chicken at panda express like candy are you still sort of hard not your house seventy three percent of the audience said yes should be right I don't know we're all gonna be back inside of my is the best time to listen to music while you're cleaning Risco de loves it why is it cathartic seventy two percent of the audience said yes that is the best talking to listen to music and all that great is it the best time to nap is the best time to that this is written incorrectly I'm not blaming anyone is the best time to nap from three fifteen to four fifteen on football Sundays it was that I'd take it to the witching hour Anthony gave it sixty one percent of the audience said now I'm surprised that wasn't one hundred percent super surprised which was a worse opinion Dan Figueredo and sixteen lines would make the playoffs or Anthony thinking three fifteen to four fifteen on football Sundays is the best time to take a nap while no love for hoch's Chris Farley's brother take fifty three percent of the audience and after the Dan you're off the hook hi it is that the dumbest thing it to be as ever said eighty five percent of the audience you bet it is congradulations Anthony yesterday all I have a car show on ESPN radio.
How offices will change after coronavirus
"Office. Work will never be the same. And Ron Ronnie writes that of the thirty four percent of workers who are estimated to be working from home. Many will not go back. A survey of senior finance leaders by the research from Gartner found that seventy four percent of organizations plan to shift employees to remote work permanently consulting company global workplace analytics. Such a serious name estimates that when the pandemic is over thirty percent of the entire workforce will work from home. At least a couple times a week before the pandemic, that number was in the low single digits.
Canadians Concerned about Privacy on Alexa
"Hello how you doing it Terry here with the briefing for Monday and today I, want to tell you a little bit about a report that has to do with security online, and how this relates to to smart speakers, and of course Amazon Lexi, the Canadian Internet registration. Of with Abbreviation C. I. R. A. They released its. Report and the bottom line is that they say that there has been an increase in the concern that Canadians have with regards to security of their information online. So, how does this relate to Lexi? Well? According to this report, they say that seventy four percent of those surveyed. Had Privacy or security concerns related to connected smart speakers like Amazon Lexi, but also Google home. This I find very interesting and I also find it a little bit surprising and I'll tell you why with everything going on with code right now and everybody staying home and everybody being online more I can understand that there are the concerns, and that may be all this means that yes, people have concerns. But the other part of this which I think is really important is are those concerns preventing people from using the devices? Because I believe in and I have to admit I. Don't have any data in front of me, but more people at home. More people are going online and more people are using the smart speakers, and so it makes me wonder. Are People Using Lexi? Despite being concerned about privacy, or are they using it because those are the ones that are not concerned about it
U.S. Personal Income Soared in April, Not Consumer Spending
"New numbers from the commerce department show consumer spending plunged more than thirteen percent in April the steepest drop since the government began to keep records more than sixty years ago and it's an ominous signal for a country where consumer spending is the main driver of economic activity and here Scott Horsley joins us Scott thanks so much for being with us good morning where their particular kinds of spending that dried up in April or was it pretty much across the board it was really widespread Scott of course that's partly because there weren't a lot of opportunities to spend money lots of restaurants and retail shops were closed so we saw a sharp drop in in just about every kind of purchase spending at barber shops and beauty parlors alike was down by seventy four percent even healthcare spending which is usually pretty recession proof plunged by twenty nine percent last month a lot of doctors and dentists offices were closed for all but emergency appointments for and how much of the cutting spending we seem to have been driven by the massive layoffs you know there was a pretty steep drop in paychecks last month either because people were laid off or or even those are working have their hours cut many cases but what's interesting is that was more than offset by huge spike in government relief payments between the unemployment benefits and those twelve hundred dollar stimulus checks that went out Americans overall personal income actually shot up last month by more than ten percent we just wound up banking some of that extra income overall Americans saved about a third of their disposable income last month that's about four times the usual savings rate now some of that might have been involuntary savings by people who just couldn't go out to a movie or a ball game as they would like to do but it also could reflect people deliberately squirrelly money away in anticipation of lean months ahead and now that more businesses and more states are opening their doors in many parts of the country should we look for spending to come back to it's gonna be interesting to watch if you think about it a revival of consumer spending is gonna depend on three things one is the opportunity to spend too is money in consumers pockets to spend and then three is just the confidence that it's safe to go out and spend money we are starting to see more opportunities as as businesses open their doors as far as money in your pocket you know some people are going back to work but with double digit unemployment wages are likely to remain depressed for awhile to calm and we can't necessarily count on the government to make up the gap with those big relief payments in the twelve hundred dollar payments are gone they're not set to be repeated and the extra six dollars a week in unemployment benefits the Congress authorized during the pandemic those are due to run out at the end of July so ability to spend is kind of a question mark he also said that consumers have to feel safe about being able to go out and spend money how do we judge that right now that's the big unknown and of course it depends in part on the path of the pandemic this is something for reserve chairman Jerome Powell talked about yesterday in a webcast hosted by Princeton University a full recovery of the economy will really depend on people being confident that it's safe to go out and say to engage in a broad range of economic activities that's how the economy will recover and eat you see people testing the limits now probably every day all of us are doing things you might not have done two months ago and you're just seeing how that works we're in the midst of a big national experiment some people gonna respect their favorite restaurant as soon as the doors open others are gonna be more cautious and the some of those millions of individual decisions will determine the direction the economy we know we're in a deep hole right now the big question is how soon can we climb
As Walmart becomes a lifeline, online sales surge
"Walmart reap benefits of being a lifeline to millions of people as the corona virus spread profit in sales surged during the first quarter topping almost all expectations online sales jumped seventy four percent fueled by a Russian canned foods paper towels and other supplies as people sheltered in place the company says same store sales surged ten percent U. S. Walmart stores across sort as well the company spent nine hundred million dollars in additional compensation for workers who manned checkout lines and kept goods flowing and
Struggling with Digestive Problems?
"I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist. With a bachelor's degree in exercise science and a masters degree in clinical nutrition and I understand that education is really important when it comes to talking about human health and nutrition. And of course I learned lots of things about nutrition and health while I was completing my master's degree. But to be honest with you as a practicing nutritionist with nutritional weight and wellness. I feel like I've learned even more so much of that. Clinical experience working with clients helping people feel their best. You know they always talk about education's great you learn lots of good things but when you're out in the real world working with people that's really where you've got to use those problem solving skills you really have to understand what is going to make a big difference here for people. We don't WanNa talk about theories we WANNA talk about action step so theresa and I are tasked this morning with talking about how those of you can change your digestive health so our topic is all things related to digestion have digestive problems. You certainly are not alone. According to a survey in the Journal of gastroenterology seventy four percent of the US population has some type of Gi symptoms and Gi gastrointestinal symptoms. That could be things like heartburn or acid reflux that could be abdominal pain or nausea. And of course that could be bloating gas diarrhea and constipation. You Know Teresa when I was in my first year of my master's program one of my professors said to me. You know if you're not comfortable asking people about their poop you're in the wrong profession. Isn't that or digestive. Problems are a common reason. People make an appointment with a traditional or a Dietitian. You know three so. I know you're busy in the office. Always but I'm sure you have clients that are in their eighties or ninety S. I'm sure you work with kids as well. You know we see that people can have digestive problems regardless of their age in fact we were talking before we came in that. There's a nutrition educator with nutritional weight and wellness who is a physical therapist and specializes in helping kids with chronic and very severe constipation. And I was KINDA SURPRISED TO LEARN. That parents are flying in all over to get help with constipation. Whether it's some some nutrition help some physical therapy help as you might imagine. Childhood Constipation is not very enjoyable for parents. Oh you feel your paying exactly so when we think about constipation. Oftentimes we're thinking about processed foods. Excess sugar were really looking at. What could be that foundation of creating that slow digestion or creating more of that painful Experience so another culprit that I think is often linked to constipation in children cheese sticks. And we're going to talk a little bit more about foods that are more challenging for the digestive tract but cheeses often constipated for both children and adults so think about the foods. Kids eat MAC and cheese pizza. Maybe snacking on crackers and cheese or those sorts of things they can be really challenging for those little belly's to digest. Yeah those are the foods that I think are very common. That kids are eating right now. Just because they're they're easy to eat first of all. I mean as far as just the mechanics of eating them right and then Yeah I mean. They're very convenient for parents to give their kids to right so parents. If you're listening you do have a child or you. As an adult or struggling with constipation or other tummy. Troubles are tasked today. Theresa and I are really hoping to address what helps with good gut health. And what may happen? If you don't have that right balance in the intestinal tract now it may surprise some of you listening to learn that your gut is even connected to your brain. We talked about that gut brain connection now. You heard her voice Joining me in studio this morning is our co host Teresa Wagner. I would say First and foremost she's a mom that's where she's spending a lot of time but we also get her a few days a week to in our offices and of course on the show so theresa you're a registered and licensed Dietitian. And how long have you been practicing? I think I've been a nutritional weight and wellness for five years. Maybe it's six. Yeah this they time flies when you're having fun so you must be fine now at one time. Teresa you and I were talking a little bit more as Nutritionists Dietitians. We experienced some of these things too. And I think you've kind of shared you've had some day just of issues before so hopefully you can kind of bring us into some of that discussion. Yes and maybe before we discuss that and before we discuss heartburn diarrhea constipation. Ibs I want to talk about how your immune function is connected to your Gut Hill. So not just the brain but also the immune system. Yes everything's connected. Isn't it approximately seventy percent of your immune system is found in your digestive system and because of Cova Nineteen? Many of us are trying to do everything. Possible in order to have good immune function Have you thought about your gut health and how it affects your immune function and I know shelby you have for the listeners out there have you made that connection. It's interesting to realize that throughout your life your immune system has been shaped by the communities of bacteria that reside in an on your body. How you were fed as a baby is a very important part digestive health And it's important for your current digestive function so how you were fed as an infant affects your current health right. Breast Milk provided for those of you who are breastfed and abundance of beneficial bacteria. And if you were breastfed you may have missed out on some of the those most protective bacteria from your intestinal track And now as a mom when I hear that I know of so many moms who tried breastfeeding and forever. Whatever reason it just didn't work out so this isn't necessarily meant to be a guilt trip but what it is or it's not at all meant to be a guilt trip but What it is just really good information for you to know for your children or you're having digestive issues Or the prevention of digestive issues or chronic illnesses right and there's also really good information for us as adults who maybe when we were being raised or when our parents were feeding us that it wasn't maybe breastfeeding wasn't in vogue at the time or our mothers weren't able to breastfeed at that time just as good information to have. I agree and I often tell people you know. I know I wasn't breastfed as a baby. And when I talked to some of my clients and ask them. It's it's an interesting reaction they while I had never thought of that. Does that really affect my immune system or you know that sort of stuff now and I tell them well you know. We can't travel back in the past and we're not going to blame and shame mom for what she didn't know at the time but that also gives like for me personally. That gave me really good reason to focus on reestablishing that good bacteria. Because I know I wasn't exposed to that beneficial bacteria through breast milk. Yeah good information right Some babies who are breastfed have a higher proportion of that beneficial bacteria that protects them against pathogens Certain diseases are often linked to an unhealthy. Good which may not contain adequate levels of that beneficial bacteria that bacteria. That's crucial for good digestion. Which we're talking about today exactly and in fact Teresa when we're talking about bacteria we're starting to see the bad bacteria has been connected as one of the primary causes of ulcers specifically those peptic ulcers. So yes I said bad. Bacteria causes ulcers not stress and not spicy foods for one hundred years or more Doctors and researchers believed that ulcers were related to stress and spicy foods. You know but it wasn't until two thousand five that Nobel Prize winners in medicine Dr Barry Marshall and Dr Robin Warren made that connection between ulcers and a type of bacteria called heliotrope actor Pylori. Sometimes you guys have heard of that as H. Pylori
"seventy four percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"First sex toy seventy four percent also said they plan on being even more experimental in the bedroom and twenty twenty Deborah mark KFI news looks like someone broke down on the two ten yeah it's gonna be Rancho Cucamonga to ten west bound just before you get to citrus Accor the flow not tired there in the carpool lane nothing any slowing but so be aware KFI in this guy's funded by entry turning super woman super lawyers dot com Jeff buff traffic hazard on the fourteenth if you're you know you're gonna think that rob and I'm gonna making this stuff up here this morning but it's all about tires injuries it seems self fourteen coming through center for read another fire it's a loose float around carpooling I'm certain of the lanes by now so again no real slowing to tell you about but that just be careful again itself fourteen thank and going through Malibu I would be careful this for a merger see crews have been dispatched and hopefully they're arriving there going up on Soul drive just north of PCA says kind of around the entrance to when word kind of on the down aileron Phil side to become our family shame light and which we don't so it's tree downed power lines down so just be careful driving PCH entered in an accident this is super woman cybelar dot com Jeff Bock K. F. find this guy in Irvine on the northbound five before you get to the one thirty three another thing that's been in lanes a lot today traffic comes in the number three and four lanes to avoid KFI this guy helps get you there faster I'm robin banks announcement are smart home is online cool to had smart light smart fridge smart thermostat the smart speaker plays music or answers questions like this check it out question what animals besides humans have chains can't find home internet super impressive dad okay hold on question can you find the home internet can't find home internet Florida house your home is only as smart as your internet eighteen T. internet.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"A seventy four percent free throw shooter she's a factor a catalyst for this team and right now at the half the Grover's allowed to come back in the second half the trail twenty five to fourteen on the war not for doctor scoreboard in the big key also will be trying to contain Abigail magazine who leads all scorers with eight points states for sent also has been a factor with six as well in in the Grover's hit some shots on the outside they've had some good looks but just unable to hit them in that first half look for Isabel Anderson zero points in the first half but see they quickly garden if they can get her in the paint maybe gets an easier shots willow Grove could make a run in another big factor here in the second half Oak Grove on their full court press can they get them steals and get some easy baskets in screen two nine it seems that Hillsborough sensual valley these are too proud programs as both teams went fifteen and nine in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen after twelve seasons a year ago both teams look to bounce back and starts with a victory here tonight Grove will be taking on park Christian that's another pretty good team as well in their next game yeah will be on Saturday and then he'll grow center valley on Friday will take on northern can the start the second half Oak Grove misses the jumper Anderson from left to right the rebound by magazine it's stolen away nine Miller yes it out of the area yes it to land use an open shot the three Mrs Johnson Randy Johnson left corner three it's no good the burrows attack right to left stage four set for said drive down the basket John is no good in its last touched by the boroughs of Hillsborough Central.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Hi I haven't read the book yet but I everybody I wondered if you know give in you know the the trend starts in some areas more progressive programs in prosecutor's office but obviously something not happening everywhere whether you think what where you think we should focus our energies in terms of criminal justice reform whether we should be encouraging more of these progressive programs or it's like campaigning more on a local level like bottom up or whether it has to be sort of a national legislation top down type movement as well a lot of so when we when we look at the justice system and the spike in numbers and in terms of people being arrested right top opportune the serve underserved communities and I was doing some research because I work with adolescents who experience as a system and I was doing some research and I learned that in New York City between the ages of twelve and twenty four in this city who are charged with crimes not missile convicted just charge will come on of about seventy four percent of those arrests are economically motivated meaning that those charges the deal on grounds that those people in that age range in this city regardless of their race was charged with was because they were trying to acquire some type of money and so I think that when we look at our justice system in these issues is very much an economic issue as well as it is issue of fixing the justice system home again you know most of these institutions are privatized you know people have real estate ownership and folks being in these facilities on this so we gotta ask ourselves as citizens on you know and and the way we do that is we got hooked on you know on the bottom line with hopes on but the people who are charged with these crimes right we have to do a better job economically to provide opportunities for folks so that they don't turn the crown as a means of livelihood particularly in black communities right there's a lot of the real tight for narrative a rhetoric does created around people who engage in certain activities and muscle force then always overlooked is on the necessary inherent genius that it takes to even you know being in the eighties black markets right like you can't you can't sell drugs right if you have not a basic understanding of chemistry chemistry your logic and reason in all of mathematics or just being charismatic right like those are things that like real transferable skills right like you can't you can't you can't sell drugs if you can't you can't stand somebody right you can run a white color scheme if you all functionally illiterate if you can't read and write how you can scan somebody hi all right so right no when we when we think about when we think about these things right these are people who have these these skills have these tools but there's a scar city on an opportunity in platform in order for folks to be able to utilize that to create livelihood so I think we could tackle a large part of his issue economically this is my favorite from to be prosperous of prosecutors I found a lot of the appeal but one thing I think it's also out is that there's a lot of return on your investment I'm caring about your local prosecutor he's in a lot of races in the past few years where it's gone literally from one end of the spectrum to the other because people a couple more people engage because there's just so little oversight and so little engagement with the local office and so I one reason that I tell people to care about this job is because when you have never been held accountable as many of these prosecutors have never been held accountable someone reading you a little bit accountable goes much further than this it's much more useful than like writing an article that he really you know the kids he actually care a lot more and because they are sort of experiences so that's my two cents for definitely go local I'm going to you take one more question.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The accolades coming in for that one too. It was the third parade was a little much for ya. That's already. Parade was nice. I one get it gets old. Does a lot of cleanup point the the the Iranian thing. I think is going to continue. I think there's going to be a lot of dog barking. That's going to continue. I do not see full like military. You know and get engagement hats. They're desperate. They are desperate. We have. Because Donald Trump has taken the lead on this. He has crippled their economy. He is he is taken there. What is it the yak or whatever they they're using over there? Yes. It's the real. Yeah. It is it has he has collapsed their monetary system collapsed. It it went down by what seventy four percent down as soon as we applied the sanctions, and it's not getting better. Those went back in November. And that's only going to get worse. They the the the Trump administration put waivers. I think eight countries that were still receiving Iranian life. He just announced last week. Coincidentally went all the. These tensions started to ramp up said those are going away now for the past two years. The European Union has been telling Iran now, I don't do anything. Trump is going to be out. You know, there's a new president is a one termer and not not only your opinion. But John Kerry for crying out loud has been over there telling the Iranians the same thing, right? So he's been colluding with the Iranians to say, look don't worry about it. Keep everything in check. We're going to get a new administration. They're going to do it a different way craze absolutely insane. But this is exactly what they would have this is where they would have been if we wouldn't have had the disasters Ranville. Yes. Severe recession a collapsing economy their currency in freefall. They're going to be forced to the table. We don't have to give them all this stuff. We don't have to legitimize their nuclear program and set them up another few years to be able to make nuclear weapons anyway. Which is exactly what it did. We didn't have to do those things. They were already at the negotiators their knees. Here's the thing. And I said this in two thousand five. Iran and South Korea. And I said, South Korea is going to happen. I, but we've got to get to South Korea and be tough right now. Because once they have nuclear weapons, there's only so much. You can do you can't you can't be as tough and look at it. What are we going to do about South Korea or North Korea? Nothing we have nothing we can do because all options at this point are horrific you cannot allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon because once they do you have no more good options left. You're always left with do nothing or possibly engage in a nuclear war. You can't do that. Now is the time. And once they get this weapon. It's too late. You've got to be tough on sanctions and do everything you can to collapse them. It looks a people want it the people there, this is not Iraq, Iran. The people is different. Those people are different than the the the people were in Iraq. And you have a chance because the people want revolution. But they want a stabilized more westernized state. Iran was a westernized state. It was a successful state who was you know, had bad leadership. But it was a successful state. They have experienced having that kind of rule the most people point to ISIS is having the first caliphate type country, or you know, terrorists, you know. Islam state. No, it was Iran. Iran was taken over by his Llamas and terrorists run that country. And if you want to find out like if you wanna take them at their word, they say they want to destroy the state in the nation of Israel surrounding the nascent nation of Israel. You can't think in conventional terms with with a with a country like that. And they are they're behind the attacks on Israel. Do you believe the? Do you believe the intelligence we got on an attack on us or assets or one of our allies? Do you think it was on us, or do you think it was around in Israel? I think I think it was probably both the does it's that coincided right with the flare ups in in Gaza. Exactly the same time it all that started. And again, it started with an Iranian funded group Palestinian Islamic Jihad. They're the ones that kicked it off by firing at is rarely sold to oil tankers that were blown up or had sabotage happened to them. They were both on the way to the United States now. So th they are trying to cripple our economy as well. And that fits right with the intelligence as well that's an American asset on its way over here to the United States..
"seventy four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Corporation. Yes. We're talking to cannabis company today. Good area excited about that. I tell you. We'll talk Alzheimer's after that. So very busy day. A few more minutes with Tom delve that the author of the divided era. With us. Tom. In your opinion, is Donald Trump a shoe in for the twenty twenty election at this point? You know? It's funny. I get asked this all the time. One more put this on the list. And I remind people that Bush senior had an eighty nine percent approval rating, a remind people that Jimmy Carter had I think seventy four percent approval rating the job Ford had a seventy percent rating that LBJ and approval rating. I think in the high seventies as well and all of those guys loss, so whatever appears to be going well now and my friends got back. Well, he's different. The economy's good. X y and z I'm telling you when Jimmy Carter had a seventy percent of seventy four percent approval rating things were going well for him to in this day and age of multiple problems around the world and complexity in too much TV and internet things can go wrong in a hurry. So anyone thinks Donald Trump's shoo-in? I like his position after corporate tax reform. Yes. Do I think that George Bush got reelected than Obama got re elected? So are we going to have a third in a row? I think that's possible. Yes. So let me ask you this though. Here's my question, though, as an attorney does once he's out of office. Does he have any problems legally in your opinion that some of the pundits might say on the on CNN, and such about his personal affairs? Or because again, I think we pointed out normally prosecution somebody gets accused of a crime, and they investigate it in this case, they're investigating looking for crime, which says sounds eastern bloc countries to me. It's an violation of fourth amendment. So do I think that he will have legal issues afterwards. Yeah. Yes. But none that are justified. I think with the federal district of New York is doing and other courts in yorker doing is reprehensible violation of with amendments. And I don't know how long they'll keep doing that, Tom. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Tom del.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Still to come in a few minutes. We'll hear from the man who took on the warring parties in Syria. Armed with the piano before that, though, the war in Yemen. Started four years ago this month with the UN estimating that oh my seven thousand of being killed a nearly eleven thousand injured other estimates. Put those numbers much higher. The war has brought famine and million struggle to get enough. Tweet a delegation from Yemen has been speaking to Newsday about the situation on the ground and their personal stories of the war that has devastated their country. We hear from Dalia Qasim, the who data girls foundation and a medical doctor talked. I shut up. No advice any of the four years of war. The people of Yemen have suffered immensely, and we would like the water stock and for a ceasefire to be held in her data data tennis about specifically the suffering of women girls in who data. What is their situation? Fill data Alfie women are bearing the responsibility, more and more. As the war goes on men in Haditha used to travel out of the country to work in other states in the Gulf to provide for their families, more and more women take on the burden as men come back and unable to find work or provide for their families. There is one story that comes to mind of a woman divorced from my husband after the husband left, we intervened by providing this woman with support we trained her as a hairdresser and provided funds for her to open her Impala, she became an internally displaced person. And it was only the fact that she had some training that helped survive and provide for her family. The situation has got really difficult for younger girls in the past early marriage was about fifty four percent here. Now, it's seventy four percent. This is made worse by the displacement of families. And the fact that they can't provide for their children. They end up selling that girls to ensure that. They can eat being unable to provide for them. It's difficult for families to live in very small spaces. And that's another reason why young girls are being married. It's an early age. I show you work in the field of healthcare. Among other things. I imagine that has been devastated by the conflict really down the situation in the health is not good is very bad, especially there are cholera diphtheria. Also. There are a lot diseases was disappear forty years. But now then a bear because they're coming back because back. Yes, because there is no good sanitation. There is no secondary health care. The hospitals of Yemen. Need a lot of capacity like machines. And drugs and also there is no electricity in small health centers. For example, are more now in fourteen districts like apps and GRA. The people need. What does he come on? Woman until now didn't have good productive health therapies also new diseases like shook diabetic between the children also studio between the women and children, so people's mental health is suffering physical. Daria. We hear on the news. A lot about who. They are a peace agreements. They're bombing raids there conflict or not what does it feel like to live that work there every day? Asia. Many services of stopped idea is naturally very very hot. And I've been living through this the whole time hot and humid four years of no electricity of meant that people have been suffering dialysis centers have stopped operating and many people have lost their lives because of this. The heat alone killed people when the electricity. I got switched off in the city. It's become very difficult for people. There's a lack of basic, commodities and food prices have increased dramatically in the last few years. There are one point two million fishermen in Haditha as the governor it only twenty percent of them are able to work the rest haven't been able to go out to see. This is a crisis on top of a crisis for the region of Haditha as in two thousand fourteen it was already declared a crisis area. It just gets more and more difficult. As Talia customer data girls foundation. And you also heard from Dr Aisha fob. Listen to Newsday from the BBC with Paul Hawkins. And James cotton. Reminder of our main stories yields has confirmed its banning all military style. Semi automatic assault rifles following last week's mass killings. Two mosques, British Prime Minister, Theresa may has used a rare television address to blame members of parliament for the delay to Brexit and Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega has agreed to release political prisoners as part of an agreement to restart negotiations with the opposition. It is thirteen minutes to the hour. We're gonna talk now about the latest sports news, Danny.
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"News Radio six ten men's basketball team heck of a game last night's been a little dodgy, but they pulled it together, especially second half and Kayla bus, and maybe the most important number from him only one. Fouled for the game. So let's pretty good stuff. Coach Holtman on northwestern. Just couldn't double them down. We have worked with him again from the beginning of the year about passing out a double teams because it's a hard thing for a guy to get when you're when you're having another six nine six ten long guy coming at you. It's it can be really difficult. So his decision making needs to be a little bit quicker. It was tonight. I thought our guys did a better job cutting tonight. Very good job of cutting. No doubt will get more in sports are Matt McCoy stand by we'll talk to him at eight forty two coming up. You know, what to talk about debt, specifically student loan debt? You think about I mean graduation day should be one of those big time. Right. You've accomplished a goal. You ready to begin life about graduation joy often these days gives way to student loan regret? New study citizens Bank student loan survey four seventy four percent of Americans were student loan debt wish they had done more to minimize the burden. Now, hindsight twenty twenty no doubt about it. But it's a double edged sword. Fifty three percent of survey respondents say they could have racked up less debt, if they had discussed it sooner with their parents. Otherwise, sixty one percent say their parents didn't have a full understanding of the costs of higher education. So you gotta have that conversation. And you definitely need a plan moving forward. So. Students got to be aware too. But maybe parents it's time to have those harsh realities of life talks with your kids, and that way, everybody kind of knows what they're getting into student.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on KTOK
"As we continue with Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. This any Senator any friend the Republican party in the US Senate that opposes the president doing the right thing to stop drugs, human trafficking, even young girls into prostitution, stop the cartels. Stop the gangs. Look look at the four thousand homicides, the thirty thousand sexual assaults one hundred thousand instances of of violent assaults by illegal, criminals immigrant criminals, and if they don't support him, I would argue for them, it's political suicide. Well, let me tell you about the party. The president beats seventeen of us sixteen of us. Decisively and one of the central pieces of his agenda was to fix a broken immigration system by securing our border is step one. So here's what I think it is an emergency that he's made a compelling case that the border is dangerously broken and Democrats might do things in the teacher with climate change in guns. But I know this Donald Trump should do what he's planning to do on the border declare a national emergency because the facts justify that into my Republican colleagues if we don't stand behind this president and declaring a national emergency. We must disagree with his evaluation of the problem that is manufactured crisis has Democrats say how can you listen to this president described the state of the border and not believe we have a crisis on our hands. It's obvious and look at the crowd reaction last night. Now, not just the crowd. Inside the arena in Paso, look at the crowd outside. You know, look like thirty thousand people outside and I think bozo. What what are the? Under a thousand people on this is not microbes bigger than yours. Trump had hashing is real for this real. But it's the state of the union speech. Go back. This is the moment when the a lot of people watching forty five million Americans seventy four percent of the people agreed with the president's characterization about the state of the union. The state of the union is strong economically. We're safer militarily. But our border is broken. And it is a crime problem is a humanitarian problem it is a drug problem. Seventy four percent of the people agreed with the president. That's all a Republican should need to know. Seventy four percent of the people listened to the president agreed with his assessment eighty percent of independence. I mean, we would be idiots politically you talked about suicide, by the way, there are a lot of idiot Republicans out there Senator well, no offense. Now's the time to. Less because but we would be idiots to not that the president because the public understands where he's coming from. Well, I think the public supports him. And that's where to and the support is getting stronger as we saw last night. It's getting stronger, but the argument that the border is broken is compelling, even the governor for California said I'm Aleve a hundred national guard troops because they are making a difference on drug interdiction the point is that the drug problem in this country is an all time high for opioid abuse all the heroin in the country just about comes through the Mexican border. They seized enough sent all about three weeks ago to kill fifty seven million people human trafficking, by the way. What if they ever put that Fenton all empoisoned of the food supply in this country? Just play out all of these problems. The bottom line is the president has made a compelling case at the border is dangerously broken that he has power that every other presidents had in the past to the clarinet -mergency in for the Republicans not to stand by him. Basically undercuts his assessment of the national security threats we face his our commander in chief. He is not wrong to believe that the border is under siege. He is not wrong to want to put up barriers for Bayer's make sense. And if you don't support him here, you're basically saying he is wrong with no evidence to suggest that you're right. Well, I'm just going to say what you're saying any Republican that won't back him in the Senate or the house on this is is frankly, not they're not capable of doing their job. And if they don't see movie that we're watching and by the way, over the years to be very clear on you. And I battled over issues. Involving immigration when we're in full sink here. Build the wall on the wall build the wall declare the emergency and get it over. So when Sean Hannity and Lindsey Graham nastier telling you, this is what you should do. You should at least listen. All right. Here's the point. Real quick. Always believed you're not gonna fix broken immigration system. Until you scary border Democrats are opposed to border security when it comes to barriers they're willing to let criminals out of jail when it comes to bed space. If you're looking for these people to help this president, they're not gonna help him. They hate Donald Trump. They want him to fail. So to all my Republican colleagues who worry about the president, we're setting for the future and the legal niceties. Here's what I would say is not what a democrat may do in the future should drive. You're thinking is whether or not this president is right. This president is right to say demerge that that the borders broken. We need emergency finding. He is right. It's not about what a democrat might do. The future is about whether or not this president is right. And I believe him to be right. All right, Senator Lindsey Graham, you're you're right on this issue. And I think it would be ironic. He takes the money, and then he declares the emergency at the same time that would piss off every democrat and liberal in the country. Thank you for being with us. Celebrate fifteen years of art and community at camp arena stage.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on Glowing Up
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"seventy four percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Demand from New York City connected with the world. Here's Tom Sullivan. Well, here we are. And glad you could come by happy Wednesday to you on this twenty third day of January two thousand nineteen. My name is Tom Sullivan. And. And well so this hour. Why don't we just ignore everything? I just said. Don't save money. Now. Rely upon some government program and. You'll be just five. Thank you. Well, that is that that that is the where I'm going with all this is Alexandria. Oh, Kostya Cortes and a Cossio Cortez. And I I you're watching a celebrity being made this young woman who nobody knew a year ago has become the Darlene celebrity of Washington D C. And the reason why is because she is radical, and I don't mean that in a bad way. I mean that in she is not your standard cookie cutter congresswoman that is going to congress and going to sit around and they're going to work on their committee stuff, and they'll go make speeches. No. This woman is is a fireball. And she you either lover or hater, I don't think you should do either quite bluntly. But I mean, she's getting so much so much attention. And she says things. Well, she's young. And she's not quite right on some of her facts. But I've seen. Well, a lot of people going to war with her including the Washington Post who doesn't like to go to war with Democrats, but going to war with her fact checking her and giving her, you know, multiple Pinocchio and everything else. So. Saw this one tweet by Bradley moss. Who's a lawyer said congresswoman in the Trumpian age of alternative facts. It is so awful to ask that our leaders do better and try to get the facts great inaccurate before they make their political arguments because he was responding to her talking about I don't think billionaires should concentrate wealth while employing people who are sleeping in cars, working a zillion hours to survive. And then Washington Post said that would be ten Pinocchio zillion is not a number, and I found someone who sleeps in a tent not a car. So she's she's she's different. She is willing to say things that most politicians are not she's bold. She's brash. All of that. And guess what? There's a lot of people who agree with her. I have a poll in front of me. That seventy four percent of Democrats would consider voting for her for president. If she were eligible think she's twenty. Yeah. She's twenty nine you have to be thirty five. So seventy four percent of of Democrats say, yes. Her favorable rating. Among Democrats seventy percent four twenty two percent against. She's better than Chuck Schumer. Sixty four percent of Democrats like him seventy percent like her. She is in some polls beating Nancy Pelosi. In. She's certainly beating all of these people when it comes to the number of people who follow her and. See if I can pull a per Twitter. Got it here. I can't find a while. I'm on. Is it at okay hold on? I'm trying to do. I can't talk and do that at the same time. At a OC. And that's the other thing is become rule. Simple, hasn't it? Let's see. She has two million six hundred and five thousand nine hundred thirty two followers there. She's actually giving lessons to the Democrats on how to do social media. So she's become quite the celebrity. She's getting the idea of raising the taxes up to seventy percent is again, wildly popular among the polling this being done. So Mollie Hemingway who is a big big big conservative with the federalist was asked about her on special report last night. She says that the democrat party has a generational gap within the party that is fighting for power. I think the Democrats have a bit of a problem. They have.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Everybody knows that the bird is the word, right? Right. Right. We've known that since the late fifties. I think. Yeah. Yeah. And also Glenn mentioned yesterday. We were Walker junior country music singer. Okay. Offered up his album punch this child faith. He is gone from social media, the Leded everything he scrubbed his quitters on. And I thought the guy I mean, I like him other than this thing now, but maybe Khokar themselves. So there's a country singer that actually wanted these kids to be punched in the face. That's kind of on usual. Wow. Would autographed copies of his vinyl album two to three of them. He will do hung Papi's still killing all this. So we'll our locker offered. Autographed copies. And then we have the SNL writer who offered sexual gratification to people for punching the kid in the face on believable. If you look up. Wheeler Walker in your songs. New cannot say any of them radio there hysterically inappropriate. But also isn't a isn't AO the's, isn't she taking this friendly? Bartender advice a little far like coming into congress. Yes. Yes. She is. Appreciate Thanks Joe. She's taking everything too far. I rue the day we ever heard the name Alexandria Causey Cortes, by the way, just to show, you how brilliant Democrats are seventy four percent of them would vote for her for president. If she were to run, which you can't thank heaven. There's something called the United States constitution, which prohibits not to her. But it prohibits her from running for another six years. She's only twenty nine so she can't run until she's thirty five but seventy four percent of these lemmings would vote for this Marxist. Wow. Again, I maintain that's based on her looks not our policies. She looks good and people are like, yeah. Like that. I'd like to see her around everyday doing a White House press conference. Every day for four years be great. I think Democrats are about that deep. No this. Put nothing pass this country this world anymore. I mean line L seriously. I know twenty nine hundred by the time twenty twenty four rolls around and she's eligible what's based on a trajectory right now. Will there be an America? Maybe I should be another pool. Sometime, there'd be an America by the Alexandria Causey. Cortes can run for president genius in the room by the time twenty twenty four roles. All right. Let me tell you about something else. It should be frightening to you other than AOC's presidential hopefulness. It's called home title fraud. And it's one of the fastest growing felonies in America. Why is that? Well, it's because all of our titles now are stored online. And if you know what you're doing you, can you can just take them Ford your name transferred to another document. And then you own you own the home. So then what they do is take out a massive loan using your equity, and then you get stuck with the payments. Don't let that happen. Even if it's a remote possibility for me. I knew as soon as I heard about this because I knew nothing about it until six months ago. I knew I had to have.
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"seventy four percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Summit twenty four twenty four minutes after the hour. Congratulations in order. No. We do not have a winning. So we will play the, Mr.. The voice for you. One more time on had a chili recipe that will just about blow your socks off. I changed ingredients a Lewisham would want eat it. But the end result should be. I got caller be the winter fourteen WCBS six eighty seven. Follow my magic here for just a second. So we have the the democrat party which Nevin hijacked by progressives, which really a small 'Socialist Marxist, you name it. And so Sandia Cossio Cortez is the new darling. She's the media star. Well, it's gonna drive Hillary nuts. And she's a socialist. And she's other Avowing socialism. We've got all sorts of people here in Maryland that are Spousing socialists, or the democrat party really is now being hijacked by the socialists. Seventy four percent of Democrats in new poll would vote for San Diego Cossio Cortes today, if she were obeyed she's too young. But you get the picture. So this at the same time that this might be nNcholas Medeiros last stand in Venezuela. His country is crumbling. They're tearing down statues of him. It looks like there is going to be a full blown revolution. And the Madero government is going to be toppled. This is the socialist government which took a once thriving proud country of Venezuela and have run it into the ground once again proving that that socialism fails. But that's not the message that an and I think what the Democrats want. They want the country to fail. They want us to fail. They want capitalism and free markets and everything to fail. So they can, you know, put in their their brand of socialism and that will fail, and they know that they know what's going to fail and then out of the ashes they will build this this utopian form of government and country down the road. I mean, that's the only explanation. I can come up with because everywhere it's been tried right, socialism fails and even in the European nations where they've. Dabbled into the only reason why they've had a little bit of success is because they're not forced to defend themselves like other countries after with the military budget. Well, even the mainstream Democrats, I mean, if you want to call them mainstream, the Democrats as we've known them who are basically, you know, very liberal to begin with. I think they realized that the party cannot continue down this path and allow for these progressive ideas, which more and more people who are registered Democrats are are beginning to. Embrace now most of them happened to be what we call millennials. But you'd have to think that the millennials only represent a portion of the democrat base. So the the the old line Democrats are going to have to do something. Otherwise, you know, the the the likes of Cossio Cortez and Vado and all the rest of them out there. They're gonna they're gonna be taking over the party. And I don't think the Democrats the old line. Democrats want to see that happen. Exquisite calling from John Bell, John. Good morning. You're almost Sean and Frank. Hey, good morning guys. Nice listening. I want to mention about you don't have little clip of the other. And how the diocese kinda right? I really find it. It's no surprise, especially if the past several decades scandals in the Catholic church and things like that. Frankly that demographic. White. Is pretty much dot they're looking for people to fill the club. And I don't know if you've been church lately, I have of it. Hispanic people that that's what it is. I think there are lockstep with a with a left wing. You know, Democrats, and and you know, all the. Because they're trying to survive because the things if it's on a so.
"seventy four percent" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"A new axios survey monkey poll shows that seventy four percent would vote for Alexandria Casio Cortes. This is very very terrifying. They got seventy four percent of Democrats. I don't think that seventy four percent of the country highly doubt that, but she has a legitimate appeal, and she is legitimately showing us something about politics, and some conservatives don't want to admit it because she's very ignorant and doesn't speak like, a terribly educated or serious person. But she is offering something real first of all she's pretty good at politics. I think she's basically only ever done politics. She's been an activist. I guess she was briefly a bartender, and she was just always trying to run for office. And then she became a very young congresswoman here is just the sort of example, though of her natural aptitude for politics. What would you say to some of those people have concerns about an? Anti-semitism within the women's March. Well, first of all, I think that right now in this moment in in the United States. We have to censor this conversation. I think that concerns of antisemitism with the current administration in the White House are absolutely valid, and we need to make sure that we are protecting Jewish community. All those that feel vulnerable in this moment. I think right now as it pertains to today, it's so important to recognize why all of these women are coming together. And the reason all of these people are coming together is to make sure that the rights of women are protected and advanced. Okay. So you'll notice she didn't answer the question. The question was what do you have to say about the antisemitism in the women's March? And she said, yes, we do need to talk about antisemitism in the Trump administration and women are coming together in solidarity. That's what she said. But she did it either. Because she's. Shallow minded or because she's a shrewd politician. And I think it's both. But it leans on the ladder is she doesn't want to answer. This question about the women's March, which is highly anti semitic. She doesn't what what does it benefit her? How does she advance by answering that reporter's question? It's an old rule of politics. Don't answer the question you're asked in. So the question you want to ask or you want to be asked. And so she says, yes, we do need to talk about antisemitism in the Trump administration, which is by the white patently absurd. They named a train station in Israel after Donald Trump. Donald Trump has been a great friend to the Jewish. People many presidents have promised to move or US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. They've all flopped on it except for Donald Trump who actually did it. His senior adviser is an orthodox Jew. His daughter converted to Judaism is grandchild is Jewish. It's just insane to to suggest that he's anti semitic. But it doesn't matter. She says it convincingly she knows how to pivot and she knows how to do it shamelessly. So she's got the political chops. Doesn't mean that. She's smart. It doesn't mean that she's educated. She's neither of those things. But she is shrewd and she's got good political chops. So what is she selling? She's selling radicalism and chaos. I think that the part of it that is generational is that millennials and people have you know, jen's e and all these folks that come after us are looking up, and we're like the world is going to end in twelve years if we don't address climate change and your biggest issue is. Your biggest issue is how are we gonna pay for it? And like, this is the war. This is our World War Two. You know, climate change actually is our World War Two. That is correct. She is right generations all face their own problems. So the the greatest generation as it's called ro rightly so in modern history there challenge was World War Two. Then the baby boomers their challenge was the destruction of the culture, which they help to advance. Now our challenge is imaginary. That's our challenge we have imaginary challenges, and we have a Najeeb challenges that are really driving us. Crazy, the millennials or the most depressed anxious stressed out suicidal generation in recent history that twenty five percent of American college students, according to an ASU study suffer PTSD from the two thousand sixteen election, clinically high levels of stress based on imaginary things, it's not based on real things materially as.