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"You know, Herbert has to go out there and he has to win a division or, you know, win a playoff game, right? You know, that's, we are firmly, he's in the fourth year, he needs to go out there, this team needs to win a playoff game this year, they're certainly capable of doing it, but if he doesn't win a playoff game this year, it's starting to become a little bit of a disappointment. This is the Lawyer's Guns and Money Podcast. Hello and welcome to the Lawyer's Guns and Money Podcast, and welcome to our annual NFL preview with Scott Lemieux and Rob Farley. Gentlemen, hello. It is finally time for the NFL to return, and thus the world is right again. Finally, Sunday has a point. God lives, finally. Not three days he's dead, it's like seven months. So, let's, we might as well just jump into this, you know, as a pretty exciting season unfolds with what I believe is the vastly superior conference this year, the AFC. And why don't we start with the AFC East, which is kind of a traditional place to start, where you've got a pretty interesting division with four teams that all have a few question marks, but all could be 500 or higher. Yeah, it's fun. So, I have the win projections from Aaron Schatz's annual almanac, which formerly under the auspices of Football Outsiders, which was destroyed by some shady Canadian company. So, the projected wins for the division are Bill's 10 .8, so basically 11, Jet's 9 .8, so basically 10, the Dolphins 8 .5, perhaps a little lower than some men have anticipated, and the New England Patriots at 8 .1, projected to be under 500 for another year. So, do we think that's, yeah, and that's probably roughly how I'd see the division lining up, Bill's winning it, Jet's wild card. I mean, the Dolphins, so I guess take those, let's go one by one. So, the Bills are interesting in that they were probably the team most picked to win the Super Bowl last year, and it was a weird year, and yet they had a good record, the underlying stats were fine, but something always seemed a little bit off about them, and then they just got absolutely, the score on that Bengals playoff game was not as close as the game, and they struggled to beat Skylar Thompson the previous week. So, I think the question is, do we just kind of write off last year, Allen clearly was playing hard for a lot of the year, Miller was injured, tons of injuries to the defense, so we kind of write off last year's an aberration, and basically say they should be top contenders again, or do we say McDonough's gonna regret that 13 seconds where he turtled against Mahomes and Tyree killed the rest of his career. I have to say that instinctively I'm kind of leaning towards the latter, that I think the Bills are still a good team, but I wonder if they kind of lost their moment and the rest of the conference, several teams in the conference are kind of pulling ahead of them, but they're still good, I may be wrong about that, but there's something I don't know, there's something I don't entirely like about the vibes around that team, I'm not sure I can, I don't know if it's my old Josh Allen skepticism or what, but I think they're like a good team, but I would rank them pretty far below the, well, there's the injury issues of the Chiefs, but if the Chiefs and Bengals are healthier, I think I like them quite a bit more. Yeah, I would say that part of a hallmark of your approach to the Bills and Josh Allen is consistency, Scott, I mean, you've got another train and you've stayed on that train, as long as it will take you, right. I mean, yeah, you know, I don't know, I mean, this is an awfully good division, but I think every team in this division has serious questions, except for the Bills, right, you know, all of the other teams are solid, right, but would you really be surprised to see Aaron Rodgers completely fall apart, would you be surprised to see Tua get hurt, you know, and who knows what's going on in New England, but I mean, you know, the Bills, you know, I have to agree with you, right, that they need to be the favorite in this division and then much depends on two things which are very hard to predict, which are Tua and Aaron Rodgers and, you know, I think we have to grapple with the fact that we, you know, we can't, you know, I think we go into this Aaron Rodgers question with, you know, sort of seeing Tom Brady ahead of him and that's probably wrong, right, because, you know, Brady is so sui generis, right, that I don't think we can take that projection and then apply it to what we're going to see out of this Jets team, so I don't know, I mean, beyond the Bills, I don't know what's going to happen, what's going to happen in this division other than it's a pretty good division, there are going to be some pretty good games, I mean, I think I do agree that the Patriots are probably going to come in last, but I would not be shocked if any of the three teams, if any of the teams other than the Bills came in last, I would be shocked if the Bills even came in second, so.
"skylar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Listen, we solve, we do. This is the Bloomberg real estate report brought to you by the national association of realtors. It might seem like buyers are curbing their enthusiasm a little bit right now. Skylar Olsen, chief economist at Zillow calls it an unusual environment. The market honestly is behaving kind of weird in some pockets. There are neighborhoods that are still competitive. There are other neighborhoods that are slowing down really fast. And that has a lot to do with kind of the transition moment we're in and very much so the volatility of mortgage rates right now. And Zillow says it's pull of housing experts shows most expected to become a buyer's market by next year, with vacation markets, most likely to see price declines. And also once red hot markets like Boise Austin and Raleigh, but overall the south and Midwest are the most likely to hold their own according to the report, especially inexpensive markets like Columbus, Indianapolis, and Minneapolis, and also Atlanta, Nashville and Charlotte, and the report also says suburban and excerpt markets are also likely to hold value, and that's the Bloomberg real estate report. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And JIT makes innovation happen. It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer. Founder of innovate, a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm, Anya says and JIT is defining the future. Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds. And yet, he's wrong is huge when it comes to defining the future and how from an interdisciplinary point of view, they have it all there, whether it's the innovation hub, the maker space, and JIT is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers. And together, they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as
"skylar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Denise Pellegrini. What we all know mortgage rates are absolutely skyrocketing these days. And that's curbing the appeal of buying homes for some. For the past two years, we've been driven by fear of missing out fomo. And what it seems like is happening in the housing market now is we now have fear of buying at the top fo bat. Ali wolf is chief economist at zander. And so we're finding that consumers are looking at some of the uncertainty in the housing market. Some of the uncertainty in the economy and they're choosing to step out of the market right now. Okay, so we'll say we've gone from fomo to faux bat. And that might lead you wondering where we go from here. Steel and guy Johnson put that very important question to Skyler Olsen, chief economist at Zillow. Also starts by explaining why some would be home buyers have really hit a breaking point. Let's listen in. Higher mortgage rates is a pretty big impact on mortgage payments. We had strong home value growth over a lot of the pandemic, so two years worth that put home price is high, but it wasn't until mortgage rates went from 3% ballpark to 5% ballpark that home owner burdens were kind of pushed up into that 30 percent range where you're spending more than 30% out of your income on your mortgage payment property taxes and insurance. Now that interest rates have surged again higher, you're looking at 36% out of your income on a typical home using the typical median household income. That's a big deal. That's beyond where we were during the last housing bubble. And so it's absolutely slowing down housing markets. So we are seeing that sales activity drop. We're also seeing new listings fall back as well. Okay, so Skylar new home sales in August actually jumped pretty hard. And that's because we did see the 30 year kind of go below 5%. So I'm wondering how active these home buyers are going to be in the market if we see some volatility in that 30 year. Oh my gosh. Yeah, you know, I've been telling people a lot these days, like what has to happen for us to return to normal markets. One price corrections will help with affordability and bring some fires back, certainly in super unaffordable markets. But that volatility, that volatility is pretty extreme, and it makes it really, really, really hard to plan, and that's why we're also seeing a lot of different moving in housing markets. So if buyers are expecting 20 basis points swings, you know, that's an incentive to maybe try and wait and catch a window, but this is a very hard market to time, especially when new listings are low. And so this is a the market, honestly, is behaving kind of weird in some pockets. There are neighborhoods that are still competitive. There are other neighborhoods that are slowing down really fast. And that has a lot to do with kind of the transition moment we're in and very much so the volatility of mortgage rates right now. Scarlett, we talk about volumes, which are obviously a useful indicator. Let's talk a little bit about prices. Are we going to see prices coming down? If we see, as you say, affordability changing in the way that it has, ultimately, does that discount into the market and does that mean lower prices? Yeah, so right now we're already starting to see prices fall nationally in our raw metrics. So prices are down around 1500 from where they were in June. That's just a slight decline now, but our forecast does have it further declines into the winner. However, you know, we don't build too much to keep up with the strong still kind of underlying demographics and with new listenings pulling back our forecasts do have prices returning within the next year so that maybe now nationally speaking might be a bit more like buying at the beginning of a plateau than say, you know, at the top of the market, but that said things are changing very quickly and now if the higher interest rates go that also of course changes that picture, there are markets the most affordable markets think western markets. So think things like Seattle, Boise, Phoenix, where home prices are falling much more significantly, where you really push beyond the ability for a lot of buyers to qualify, let alone afford with higher rate environment. So Skylar, I know Zillow is a U.S. company, but the rate increase over in the UK, for example, and many of those guys are on mortgages that are like two to three years, and then they adjust, right? Here we have the 30 year fix. How does that change the economic impact of a housing, I don't want to say crash. Of a housing tightening bubble. If that's the right. Sure, sure, sure. And actually, so that's it. So the 30 year fix is actually one of the things that's going to help insulate prices from falling too much. Think about it this way. You know, we've got a lot of existing homeowners out there. These are our would be sellers, right? They are currently likely a huge, huge majority of them are holding interest rates around 3% or lower at a higher interest rate environment for them. They have a lot of incentives to hold for a while, maybe perhaps even put their unit on the market in order to rent that pullback in inventory that pull back a new listings. We're also seeing a pullback in construction, as well, of course. That's keeping prices from falling as much as they otherwise would in this kind of environment. I know we've got a lot of people hoping for price corrections to help reenter the market and I don't know that we can promise that except for in these really unaffordable areas because of this dynamic interest rate lock in. And that was Skylar Olsen, chief economist at Zillow, with Bloomberg's Alex Steele and guide Johnson. And then there's hurricane Ian because the housing market just got a little more complicated with the loss of life, the loss of homes and other property there. Lee county sheriff, carmine marceno. I don't know what's in that debris. I don't know, there's no more buildings in some places. And many homes and other buildings that are still standing, they may be too flooded to ever use again. Among those who stayed in Fort Myers when Ian rolled in. The cat and I were in the
"skylar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cranny. Joining me now is Skylar Montgomery conning, senior global macro strategist over at TS Lombard scathing Larry summers and Willie O'Neill kashkari to roll back, dovish Powell, how misguided is Powell suggesting that two and a half percent is neutral. Is it wishful thinking and indefensible? Yeah, I mean, I think two and a half percent is quite low for the current utility and if you see it as higher than that, we think that the fence is going to hike above 4% to get fed funds tighten up that you'll actually have a significant enough impact on inflation to get it back down to more acceptable levels, also having employment via the acceptable levels. In terms of the last bad meeting, I don't think it was a massive game changer, you know, markets and economists are taking what they want to hear from it. But since the start of the hiking cycle, the fed have said that they will keep that a dependent that they will hike until they see inflation coming down and repair and convincing way. I don't think that's changed. So I think as we continue to scan inflation comment strong, we continue to see that the tightening that they've done so far is in there not to get inflation down and two and a half percent isn't actually neutral, then the market will also move to price in a higher terminal rate in the federal hospital accept that. Here, more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. The Bloomberg business and good blooper quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Time now for a Bloomberg
"skylar" Discussed on What's the 311
"Months, 6 months to find this out. And they found her body and Tom ships green county Pennsylvania. So these evil little girls, this is why I don't trust nobody. That's why I have a little teen a little teen that I trust nobody with. This evil little girl Brittany came into her mom and her dad and mom house pretending to cry and feel sorry that her friend is dead. Pretending to want to help the parents 'cause she was actually trying to give them a little bit of information and stuff that her friend was dead. When you, when you knew that you and Renee, done kilt sky I draw actually done killed her. And I remember I said, I'm using fake names for the two girls. But the two girls real names is Sheila and Rachel. So you knew you killed your best friend. You have to be evil to kill your best friend and to come in her parents house and to cry into say you miss her when you know you have you killed her. I was so disturbed because I had all kinds of emotions about this case. I'm like, you killed, I don't know. I really was so disturbed by this case because one day we're young girls. Because Skylar was only what she was only 16 years old. And they were only 16 years old. So you killed your best friend. You came and the parents house crying in everything. Like, oh, I missed her. I want to be. I just wish I know what happened. How can she leave me? She's my best friend. You did all of that. I have to say her parents are way better than I would have been. Way, way better than I would have been. But this was a sad case to me. It was a very, very sad case. And I like to thank you for listening to Sonya's true crime park as. Please give it a 5 star review on Spotify speakers. I heart radio waves to your podcast that please share. Please go to my website HTTP dot dot podcast the science WordPress dot com WWW use promo code same type Instacart one 56. You can leave a comment here as V 7 6 6 7 please go listen to my son sounds album at times on Spotify Apple. You can find myself. Sonya Santiago Twitter. Facebook Pinterest. Science center YouTube. You can Instagram me at SON dot I ain't no 7 9 5. Thinking I have a blessed night.
"skylar" Discussed on What's the 311
"A true crime story, so due to the graphics of this nation, please be advised listen with cautious. I found this story to be the most disturbing story for me. That I have ever heard at heart a lot of the stories, but this one or actually teenage girls. So the girl was named Schuyler. Scarlett on the night of June. She had stayed at her dad's house. So, you know, her dad thought that she was in her bed sleeping. So her dad, the next morning gets up, he's like, scholarly is time to get up. No answer. And he knocks on her door, Skylar, it's time to get up, no answer. He called his ex-wife asks, you know, is sky over there, the ex-wife said, no, she's not here. She might be at her friend's house. So then the dad noticed that when he went outside, there was like a footstool where her window was at. So that meant that she snuck off the house. So. I'm gonna actually change the Friends names, so let's say one friend is Brittany in another furnace Renee. So Brittany is her best friend. Renee is a mutual friend between Brittany and Skyler. So now Skyler. Brittany, they starting to worry 'cause they don't know. They call on everybody, no one has seen her. They ask Britney, did she see Skyler? She says, she has seen her. I think earlier, but no, she has seen her earlier and she had dropped her home. That's exactly what she said. She had seen her early and she had dropped her home. So in the parents was like. What happened when she dropped her home? She said she didn't know she had dropped her home. And that's all she knew. So now the girl brittnay, she's coming every day to the parents house to search for Skylar. Every day she's at she even want to sit in Skyler room and cry because she's supposed to be missed her best friend and she just wished skyla come home, she don't know where Scarlett is at. So the parents go to plead for us, you know, to plead for Skyler to come home and to play for whatever happened or if nothing happened just bring her home. So Renee at the time was supposed to be out of town. She wasn't supposed to be in town. She was supposed to be out of town. So they kept going to the cops to try to find out what actually happened to Skylar. I'm gonna make this story very short because the story is very disturbing. The cops investigate the authorities investigate. They started to do, they started to retrace from the time, Skyler got missing. So they started doing video cameras, which her mom had remembered that. With her dad lived, it has video cameras, so she said, can we look out the video cameras to see what, you know, when Britney dropped Skyler off what happened after that? But the video cameras were so bad at the apartment complex that they couldn't, they sing the car, but they couldn't really tell who car it was, what was going on. It was just, they just seem to get in a car and that was it. So then they wanted to go and say, well, let's go and check if she stopped at the stores. You know, they tracked her cell phone and says to see if she stopped any gas stations and stuff like that and if they, if someone who actually has some good surveillance video can show that what this car was the model of this car, what type of car it is. So they got lucky. They finally had got some video cameras of the car. The car actually belonged to Brittany. Now we remind you brittnay lied and said that she dropped her off and she didn't know what happened. Earlier, but the car show laid her that night. That Skylar was getting in the car. So they found out the car belongs to Brittany, Britney and Renee Renee was supposed to be out of town. Brittney and Renee picks up Skyler. This is what happened. Pigs of Skylar, she thinks they're gonna hang out, you know, 'cause they all supposed to be great friends. Picks of Skyler, they kills this supposed to be the best friend. They. Beat her so badly stabbed her so many times. I don't even know the count of times they, I can't recall the count of time they stabbed this girl. A stabbed her so many times.
"skylar" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"All right, welcome into another episode of the Goodman and humble podcast. Jeff Goodman. He's Robbie hummel. And finally, finally, we have a Purdue basketball player who can actually play ball. It's about time I've had to deal with Robbie humble forever. Now we've got a real baller. In West Lafayette, Jade Navi, Jaden, thanks for joining us, man. Appreciate it. Yeah, Robbie, listen. All I know is you're vertical didn't might be twice as high as Robbie's 19 and a half inches. That's all. Might even be more than twice as high, rob. Dan, let me tell you, man, if you ever have a bad day of virtual testing, my guys did at the age 32 never tell this idiot right here. So he'll never he'll never let it go. He will never let it go. Hey, your mom wasn't assistant in her name for a long time and the woman's program. And you grew up, I've read rebounding for Skylar diggins and around Juul Lloyd and around Buffett McGraw. How was that experience for you? Being around such high level basketball minds and talent, I'm a set, it was fun. Honestly, it was just fun to be around Skylar and you know just a lot of great talent. And growing up, you don't see, you know, kids like that, you know, being coaches child and, you know, just being around such great talent. And you know, I just grew up in that stage at an early age and, you know, on a beer on honestly, did you feel pressure to get another name at all with your mom and just the fact that you weren't so ingrained with that university? Felt the pressure. I just felt like I was just in a situation where my mom was a coach and you know I just had access. That's really it. I had access to the gym because, you know, my mom was always, you know, working. You know, I just utilized it and, you know, obviously, you know, that's wrong, but that's, you know, that's family, I know a lot of the people I thought university and I didn't really have pressure on going there. It was just, you know, I was just trying to, you know, find myself, you know, because I love the game and it was just, you know, just working hard and trying to eventually maybe didn't start it from them and get this scholarship anywhere. So, you know, I would say it was a lot of pressure to go there, but you know, have to find the right situation at Purdue. And it was that so James why weren't you more heavily recruited? You know, obviously high majors wanted you. But you weren't you weren't a guy that, you know, the blue Bloods were even looking at. Why do you think? I just think it was, I just think, you know, I was overlooked. You know, maybe I wasn't, you know, as high as everybody else in the rankings. But I can tell you I was working probably way harder than, you know, mostly all of them, you know, just from the break that I put in, you know, day in and day out, you know? I felt like I was number one player. And you know, I just, you know, I just stayed down and you know, I just worked hard and I didn't really care about the right kings and the college is not looking around me I knew, you know, I'll find a great team with a great coach and I found I knew that from the day you know coach painter offered me a scholarship that was a place where I really wanted to, you know, take a look at and see, you know, I could see myself playing there and you know, just the situation happened and you know it just all worked out for me and you know the perfect 50. So you call painter a great coach. Yeah. Give me who's the better coach. Painter or your mom. Oh man, that's tough. That's tough. My mom is man. She's obviously giving me a lot of tips on the game. I've started at a young age. I feel like she's helped me with my game. You know, just from her being, you know, and the NBA status. You know, when she was there, I mean, it was nice to see her. I would just she would be watching film and you know, I was right there next to Washington and, you know, she would tell me, you know, a lot of different details in the league and you know, and I feel like, you know, coach trainer, you know, has a lot to offer for me. You know, building my game up and, you know, Modi me as a player, you know, he's helped me in so many different ways. And, you know, he just gave me a lot of tips on how to stay patient. Because I remember last year, I was, and I was up and down. And, you know, he just kept giving me, you know, little remarks like, hey, be patient, like, at times coming and continue to stay in the gym and just little details on the court that really help, you know, build my game up. And you know, obviously, at the end of the year, last year, I feel like I just improved, you know, just playing on the court and just being all around, you know, great teammate and you know, he just helped me in all aspects. So I feel like both of them have helped more of my game. Still didn't answer. You're not answering the question, are you? You gave the good answer, man. He didn't, he went with both. Yes. Department, you know, you don't need to get in trouble with your playing time or whatever. Whatever checks coming your way for your mom. Man, it's playing sounds not going anywhere. Let's be real. That's not in jeopardy, regardless of what James says here. Jada, I think with Purdue fans, it's been a tortured road for the number one ranking. And with duke losing last night, if you guys beat Iowa, you're gonna be the number one team in the country. I know when I was a Purdue, we were the number three team in the country Kansas City Kentucky both lost. So if we were to win a Minnesota and then beat Michigan state, we would have been number one. I ain't gonna blow my knee out against Minnesota. We lost Michigan state and you know that was probably our last good chance that we had to be right number. What have you guys talked about? What it means to be number one or what that would do for this group? So I remember what number one produced. Which is crazy. It is really crazy because there's been some really good.
"skylar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now it's hoped enough teams get shots before the next school year. But the debate rages about schools mandating Cove. It 19 shots. Children have to have certain vaccinations to go to school, right easels months, etcetera. And yet if parents opt out, the students cannot doubt you. Arizona Professor Richard Carmona reminds ghettos and Chad kids would still be allowed in schools. But Dr Carmona calls the coronavirus a different ballgame. Disease has been shown to be more transmissible to be more lethal to cost. Longstanding complications, expects the courts to adjudicate the coronavirus, including individual versus public rights for years to come, Peter Same or Katie? Our news. Brad Schultz of Scottsdale can't wait to get his 12 year old vaccinated, stressing that it's the right and responsible thing to do not concerned about the vaccine itself for the potential adverse reactions, which I know It can happen, but they're they're few and far between. He's more worried about his daughter getting Cove it and the possible long term effects of that Katie a. Our eyes on the economy, The restaurant business has been hit hard by the pandemic. Now, some people who lost their jobs are taking their time finding new ones. Skylar Reeves with vividly hospitality group in Prescott tells Gators and Chandi needs to hire around 60 people so free tuition is being offered as an incentive. We feel like we could get more applicants in and then also, it doesn't just benefit us. We want to reinvest in our employees want everyone in our company to know that there's various different perps says Prescott is already home to many college students, so it makes sense to help them out. He also says it's a way to separate his company from other employers in the area. The East Valley keeps fueling Arizona's technology boom. This time Electromechanical a is building a 235,000 square foot facility there. Hawes and railroads in Mesa It'll bring in as many as 500 new jobs and produce up to 20,000 of its solo electric vehicles each year. It's exciting to see that Arizona is competing very, very well in this race to be the next Detroit for the manufacturing of electric vehicles, and Mesa Today is right in the middle of that, Mesa Mayor John Giles points out. This will be Arizona's 30 Electric vehicle manufacturing plant. Well, the new class of rock and roll inductees and the Hall of Fame has been announced. And there's a first this year. It's the first time three women or women lead groups are getting into the rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the same meeting. Go go now In the first all female band ever inducted Tina Turner and Carole King. Also in this year's solo acts,.
The White House Kicks Off 'Help is Here' Tour
"President Biden, Vice President Kamila Harris and other top members of the administration are hitting the road on a cross country tour this week to highlight the benefits of the nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief plan. The White House kicked off what it's calling the help is here tour, with top officials fanning out across the country selling the key points of the American rescue plan. We are going to safely open schools. First lady Jill Biden visited a New Jersey elementary school vice president Kamila Harris and the second gentleman are spending part of the week in the West, starting in Las Vegas with a visit to a vaccination site. You all are the heroes of this moment Tuesday, President Biden and Vice President Harris will focus on small businesses. The president will head to Pennsylvania while the vice president goes to Denver, Colorado, Skylar Henry CBS News The White House,
CDC to release guidance for people vaccinated against COVID
"Says she will soon release long awaited guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated against Cove in 19. We're making sure and taking the time to get this right doctor Wolinsky also urged everyone to double down on prevention measures. Such is mask wearing Skylar Henry CBS NEWS The White House U. S. Senator Ron
"skylar" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Go to Skylar in Minnesota. Skylar, you're on with your wash. Hey, Joe. Thanks for having me on big fan of the show. Thank you, Brother. So joke. You know, The biggest falsity we've been told is that Republican senators would be impartial jurors throughout this impeachment. I mean, we have recent reporting stating that Rick Scott is currently filming on a blank math of Asia. Quite literally a geographical crossword. During this trial, they have Josh Holly taking a nap in the gallery. It's insulting to their constituents. I mean or is constitutional scholars have rebuked the constitutional argument that one can't be impeached when out of office. But yet we go on yet they double down. It's just insulting. Well, Skyler, Everything you say is spot on correct. But here's the bet they're making that their behavior is not insulting to their voters. They're playing to their Republican base. And unfortunately, Skylar, their Republican base. Wants nothing to do with this trial, so they are, in essence, acting out the same way. It's sad, but politically, it probably makes sense for them, don't you think? Oh, absolutely. And I get that you know when I get that the base is going to come above all else in this current Republican Senate, But all I have the same that regarded God bless the Republican Mavericks. Who are who are watching that footage and actually, Bill Cassidy? You know, I know Bill Cassidy hasn't exactly been You know, very vocal about Trump's escapades in the past, but damn it. I mean, he certainly had the stones to go against the grain and at least vote that it was a constitutional trial. So Credit where credit is due. Skylar. You're right, man. Look, this should be you And I man, this would be country before party. No doubt about it. All of these Republican senators have decided to put their party first. They know, I know for a fact. They know Trump's guilty. But they will acquit him and it's a damn shame. I'll give you the final word Scout. You know, the last thing I want to say, Joe is that I think that There is an untapped wellspring of would be Republican voters who just cannot get on board with this anti factual bandwagon who are big fans of you. Are big fans of Mr Kinzinger. Forgive me if I better of that, But you know you're right. We're waiting in the way. Amen. God bless. Thank you, Skylar. Thank you. For those words I from your lips to God's ear. Skylar. Thanks for calling buddy. Appreciate it. From your lips to God's ears. Let us hope. Because right now I'm not optimistic. Um Well, Skyler, we got to go in that direction. But but right now, it's it's Trump's party. 844305 78 100 before I happen, Let's go to Ben. I'm lying. Three Ben in Vancouver. Hey, Ben, you're on with your walls. Hi, Mr Walsh. I'm glad to be on your show of all. Thank you old even better than my first time calling him Thank you, sir. Thank you. But And there's just one dimension type of things. The first thing is about just Cruise and Holly. I don't like the dumb. I know that they're doing this to run in 2024, but who's going to vote for them? If you want to be national elections, they need the entire GOP and some independent. They're not gonna them anything. They're not going to any spring the space that's just gonna wonder why you think they're doing this. Here's why, then here's why, from their perspective. They want to be the Republican nominee in 2024. So they are on Lee playing to the Republican base voters. Ted Cruz doesn't care about independence. They don't care about moderate Democrats. They are on Lee focused Cruise and Holly on winning the Republican nomination. And they believe and I think rightly to win the Republican nomination in 2024, you have to be a big Donald Trump supporter. Does that make sense? Bottle Gonna lose the general election. What's the point of just winning the nomination? Well, well, well, well, You're Ben. You're probably right. But you can't even get to the general election. Unless you win the Republican nomination in once you win the nomination. Look, anything can happen in the general, but you can't even get to the general. Step one man is you gotta win the Republican nomination. I'll give you the final word, Ben. There's just one more thing. I want to mention about some conservative radio host like adventure P or Eric Harrison or glamour. They used to be never come first. All of a sudden, they push. There's just like thought. Disingenuous. I think the reason they search was the All of that conflict there days, but their customers off compass The single most of the In the country's officers, But there you speaker Bingo. Better look if if Republicans in Congress, um sold their soul the Trump because they want to get reelected conservatives in the conservative media world They all sold their soul the Trump because they want audience. They want ratings. They want money. That's why virtually everybody in the conservative media world is pro trump. Er, because they believe that's where their audience is. Thanks for the call, Ben, I appreciate it, man. Have a very good night. 844305 78 108 44. 305 78 100. It's why, by the way On and if you're on if you're on the line, stay there. I'm coming to you. I'm trying to do something very different with this show. I'm a conservative, but I'm anti Trump. And I'm anti Trump is, um The Million dollar question is, can an anti trump anti trumpism conservative? Make it In the talk radio world. I.
"skylar" Discussed on WTOP
"Has been presented thus far is pretty damning. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Tom Foodie. 9 51 president by them, meanwhile, made his first visit to the Pentagon as the nation's commander in chief CBS News, Skylar Henry has more president Biden and VP Harris met with civilian and uniformed leaders and addressed Pentagon staffers. The White House said. Mr Biden saw special resonance and making this trip during Black history month more than 40% of active duty forces are men and women of color. Let us honor also today. Black soldiers who fought at the battle of Bunker Hill. Black infantrymen of the Civil war. Black waves of World War two. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was among those who greeted the president and vice President Austin, A retired four star general is the first African American to hold the job pornographer and self proclaimed the First Amendment champion Larry Flynt is dead. The founder of Hustler magazine was 78. A multiple reports say he died at home in Los Angeles. Flint was sued, prosecuted in jail numerous times in his life in 1978. He was shot by a would be assassin and left paralyzed. A decade later, Flint one, a famous Supreme Court case after he was sued by evangelist Jerry Falwell, who was portrayed in a negative light in a Hustler magazine, and through his porn empire. Flint also weighed in on social and political issues. He was against the death penalty. He was four same sex marriage, and he spoke out against the U. S invasion of Iraq in 2003. The boss is facing charges for hitting the bottle and getting behind the wheel. Bruce Springsteen,.
"skylar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Phone is fully charged, and they have flashlights and extra batteries close at hand. More news. Now with KFBK A's Joe Michael's Getting the California state auditor is blasting the state's unemployment Department for poor planning and ineffective management. The audit finds the ET failed to prepare for economic downturns with poor call center management and a lack of qualified staff. Report saying the department struggled to serve Californians needing unemployment benefits with more than 800,000 claims paid late more than 21. Days after filing the E. D. D has made changes to pay claims faster, But state auditor Elaine Howell says some of those changes are temporary and open dd dd two fraudulent activity. All 100 U. S. Senators have not been sworn in as jurors in the second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump. CBS NEWS SKYLAR Henry has the latest from Capitol Hill. Chief Justice John Roberts presided over the first trial because Mr Trump was a sitting president. This time, Vermont's Patrick Leahy, the longest serving Democrat in the Senate, will preside. His Republican colleagues are raising questions of impartiality. He basically is operating as a judge and a juror. Former President Trump's trial is set to begin the week of February. 8th Skylar Henry CBS NEWS Capitol Hill Home values are soaring across the country with a 9.5% price increase in November. It's the strongest annual growth rate in the last six years, according to the S and P. Cora Logic Case Shiller index Phoenix showing the greatest year over year price increase of more than 13%, followed by Seattle and San Diego. The rising prices are due to high demand, low supply and record low mortgage rates and Craig Liz era of the S and P down, Jones says the data suggests the pandemic has encouraged people to move from urban apartments, toe suburban homes. Well, no Players air heading to the National Baseball Hall of Fame is part of the 2021 class. All 25 players up for election fell short to the required 75% of the vote needed to make it to Cooperstown. It marks the first time since 2013 that no player was selected. Kitty. It's just the ninth time ever. It's 5 34. Now on the afternoon news, and you're a little more baseball news. I do, Joe. Thank you. A memorial service for the late baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron was held this afternoon. It true his park. Atlanta Braves Great Dale Murphy spoke of Erin's impact on the game in the honor of a lifetime to be able to wear the same uniforms that Hank Aaron War Hank Spirit permeated our whole organization. If you want to be a ballplayer, this is the way you play. If you want to represent your organization. This is how you act if you wanted to serve if you want to serve your fellow man, This is what you do. Hammerin Hank played in the major leagues for 23 seasons. He was the first to break Babe Ruth's home run record, swatting the record breaker on April 8th 1974 Erin died in his sleep last Friday. The age of 86. It's 5 35 now, kfbk. Let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news, not a 3.1 cave becae. A surge of combing vaccine doses will be delivered to.
Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes
"College student from Gwinnett County who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the cove in 19 quarantine rules, has now returned home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday morning. Mac is a student at Mercer University. She and her boyfriend were arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November. Tow watch him compete and a jet ski competition that apparently had been rescheduled from earlier in the year. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days but did not do so.
U.S. teen jailed in Cayman Islands for breaking Covid protocols returns home
"And Gwinnett County student who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the code 19 quarantine rules of that that country now at home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday. Mac, a student at Mercer University, was arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November to watch her boyfriend compete in a jet ski competition. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days, but did not do so. She's not allowed back in the Cayman Islands. As long as Kobe quarantine rules remain in place.
"skylar" Discussed on KOMO
"It 8 34 Your co Moh forecast partly sunny tomorrow high of 48 Seattle. It's 41 right now at 8 25. Come on news time is a 25 and 18 year old Skylar Mac, The American jailed in the Cayman Islands for breaking coded quarantine rules is now free field. Back in the mix. Max traveled to the Caribbean island, November 27th and per island rules was required to quarantine for 14 days. But after two days in isolation and the negative covert test, Skylar removed her wrist monitor breaching quarantine to watch her. Boyfriend, a professional jet skier compete in a race. Both Mac and her boyfriend, 24 year old van J. Ram G, who was charged with aiding and abetting were detained and initially ordered to pay a fine and serve 40 hours of community service. But after a legal back and forth, the couple was sentenced to two months in prison. Ultimately serving 32 days behind bars. I got the first call. I think this said she was in trouble and her boyfriend called while the authorities were talking to her and all he could see you could probably hearing he can't stand. Please don't be mad with her. Please don't be mad with her. And I'm like, but she knows better. Now her grandmother speaking for the first time since the team returned home, a free woman, It's the biggest relief. I finally slept through the night. And it's kind of hard to fall asleep when someone you love so much. You know that they're not sleeping and that they're uncomfortable and under she she's a tough girl. But she had to be scared, and her family certainly relieved that she's back home safe. Skylar couldn't stop smiling when I asked her how she feels about being back home, and we spoke with her about that day. That certainly now changed her life. One thing Skylar and her grandmother made clear. Skylar made the decision to breach quarantine and Skylar needed to face the consequences. Today, Norman reporting Koma radio news, stay connected, Stay informed and check back 234 times a day for the news that affects you, plus traffic and weather.
"skylar" Discussed on KOMO
"How do you feel to be back in the US? Thanks very well. Mac traveled to the Caribbean island, November 27th and per island rules was required to quarantine for 14 days. But after two days in isolation and the negative covert test, Skylar removed her wrist monitor breaching quarantine to watch her boyfriend, a professional jet skier compete in a race. Both Mack and her boyfriend, 24 year old van J. Ram G, who was charged with aiding and abetting or detained and initially ordered to pay a fine and serve 40 hours of community service. But after a legal back and forth, the couple was sentenced to two months in prison, ultimately serving 32 days behind bars. I got the first call. I think this says she was in trouble and Her boyfriend called while the authorities were talking to her and all he could see you could probably hearing he consent. Please don't be mad. Whether please don't be mad with her. And I'm like, but she knows better. Now her grandmother, speaking for the first time since the team returned home, a free woman, it's the biggest relief finally slept through the night. And it's kind of hard to fall asleep when someone you love so much. You know that they're not sleeping and that they're uncomfortable in under she. She's a tough girl, but she had to be scared, and her family certainly relieved that she's back home safe. Skylar couldn't stop smiling when I asked her how she feels about being back home, and we spoke with her about that day. That certainly now changed her life. One thing Skylar and her grandmother made clear. Skylar made the decision to breach quarantine and Skylar needed to face the consequences. That report from a B C's today. Norman retired firefighter among the latest charged in connection with a siege at the Capitol. Here's a B C's Aaron, Qatar. Ski Mus Ve spent 22 years of the New York City Fire Department before he retired in October. On January, 5th court records said he drove from his home in Long Island to Washington, D C and returned the day after the riot. All inside the Capitol. The FBI said he was recognized by a relative of his girlfriend who asked where he was. He sent a selfie from the Rotunda and wrote back at the tip of the spear. The F D. N Y had said it was helping the FBI identify active or retired members who were there at the Capitol, Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS Washington Comeau News time. 6 28 introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading platform, Thinker swim.
"skylar" Discussed on KOMO
"Test, Skylar removed her wrist monitor breaching quarantine to watch her boyfriend, a professional jet skier compete in a race. Both Mac and her boyfriend, 24 year old van J. Ram G, who was charged with aiding and abetting or detained and initially ordered to pay a fine and serve 40 hours of community service. But after a legal back and forth, the couple was sentenced to two months in prison. Ultimately, sir Being 32 days behind bars. I got the first call. I think that said she was in trouble and her boyfriend called while the authorities were talking to her and all he could see you could probably hearing he can't stand. Please don't be mad. Whether Please don't be mad with her. And I'm like, but she knows better. Now her grandmother speaking for the first time since the team returned home, a free woman, It's the biggest relief. I finally slept through the night. And it's kind of hard to fall asleep when someone you love so much. You know that they're not sleeping and that they're uncomfortable and under she she's a tough girl. But she had to be scared, and her family certainly relieved that she's back home safe. Skylar couldn't stop smiling when I asked her how she feels about being back home, and we spoke with her about that day. That certainly now changed her life. One thing Skylar and her grandmother made clear. Skylar made the decision to breach quarantine and Skylar needed to face the consequences. CBC's Jin a Norman reporting Retired firefighter among the latest charged in connection with the siege at the Capitol. NBC's Aaron Qatar, Ski has more on this fee spent 22 years of the New York City Fire Department before he retired in October. On January, 5th court records said he drove from his home in Long Island to Washington, D C and returned the day after the riot while inside the Capitol, the FBI said he was recognized by a relative of his girlfriend who asked where he was. He sent a selfie from the rotunda and wrote back at the tip of the spear. The F D. N Y had said it was helping the FBI identify active or retired members who were there at the Capitol. Karen Kit, Risky. ABC NEWS Washington Comeau News Time for 28 the new sound of mealtime. Of Farmer's dog is real food made fresh and delivered right to your door. No extreme processing, no preservatives, just fresh meat and fresh veggies You can see and hear right in the ball..
"skylar" Discussed on KOMO
"November 27th and per island rules was required to quarantine for 14 days. But after two days in isolation and the negative covert test Skylar removed her wrist monitor breaching quarantine to watch her boyfriend, a professional jet skier compete in a race. Both Mac and her boyfriend, 24 year old van J. Ram G, who was charged with aiding and abetting were detained and initially ordered to pay a fine and serve 40 hours of community service. But after a legal back and forth, the couple was sentenced to two months in prison, ultimately serving 32 days behind bars. I got the first call. I think that said she was in trouble and her boyfriend called while the authorities were talking to her and all he could see you could probably hearing he can't stand. Please don't be mad. Whether Please don't be mad with her. And I'm like, but she knows better. Now her grandmother speaking for the first time since the team returned home, a free woman, It's the biggest relief. I finally slept through the night and it's kind of hard to fall asleep when someone you love so much, you know that they're not sleeping and that they're uncomfortable and under she she's a tough girl. She had to be scared, and her family certainly relieved that she's back home safe. Skylar couldn't stop smiling when I asked her how she feels about being back home, and we spoke with her about that day. That certainly now changed her life. One thing Skylar and her grandmother made clear. Skylar made the decision to breach quarantine and Skylar needed to face the consequences. That's a B C's today, Norman reporting Woman whose time 10 50 time.
"skylar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Their top national story. President Trump is on the verge of an historic second Senate impeachment trial on charges charges of inciting a riot at the U. S Capitol last week. Meanwhile, due to ongoing threats from the president's supporters, Washington is now high alert, very heavily guarded ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry is on Capitol Hill with more President Trump released a video Wednesday calling for calm after the House took the historic step of impeaching him four second time on charges of inciting the U. S Capitol assault. The impeachment case now goes to the Senate for a trial, which is not scheduled to begin until after the president elect and vice president elect is sworn in here at the Capitol next week. In a statement, President elect Joe Biden urged Senate leadership to find a way to deal with their constitutional responsibilities on impeachment, while also working on the other urgent business of this nation. Pending trial has already prompted division among Senate Republicans. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS, Capitol Hill and your top local story the city of Sacramento, preparing for a pro trump demonstrations at the state Capitol ahead of President elect Biden's inauguration. Brody Fernandez. Reports The California Highway Patrol on Thursday announced they are revoking a permit for a scheduled stop The steel protest which was planned for Sunday on the ground of the state capital. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg says he approves. I support this each piece decision to deny the permit. There is a difference between protests and insurrection. There is a difference between protests and violence. Now, the mayor says the focus on protecting the capital and other federal buildings will be next week when President elect Biden is sworn in. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK speaking of that protection, We're also getting word that Governor Gavin Newsom is authorizing the deployment of 1000 National Guard troops effective immediately. This is in order to protect the state capital. And other federal buildings as our nation prepares for a peaceful transition of power for the incoming Biden administration were taking important steps here in California in light of what we saw at our nation's Capitol just last week. State Operations center is actively working with federal and local law enforcement partners across the spectrum in assessing threats, sharing intelligence and information, and we will respond to any potential violent civil unrest leading up to or during the inaugural if required. Let me be clear. We witnessed in our nation's capital was an undemocratic and unconscionable assault on a republic and the freedoms upon which our nation was founded. California will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated here. Even Gavin Newsom. There. Let's get more news now. With Kate. The case Joe Michael's coronavirus, very latest news. 93.1 KFBK, California school District's could start requiring students to get covert vaccinations before returning. Sacramento parent Eva Schwarz thinks it's a good idea. I support it. It would make me feel safer with my kids going to school so they wouldn't get sick. Some parents are against it and don't want their Children immunized. No vaccine is yet available for kids under the age of 16. There's a reason why the lion's share of fraudulent unemployment claims are being made in California Kfbk Ace Tailor, Martin explains. CEO Blake Hall of I D. Me, which flags fake benefit claims, said California is a wealthy state. The E. D. D has dispersed over $100 billion and jobless benefits and that pot of money is attempting grab for criminals. The state had to loop over ripe for exploitation by prisoners and foreign actors. One was not there find the identities of prisoners who made claims the other was canceling a fraud detection. System five years ago. Both issues have been addressed in Hall said foreign criminals from Russia and Nigeria are still trying to.
"skylar" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"The general leak among the most peaceful of protests incredibly peaceful, So if you want to join us here, 603283 61 60 and I got to say I love the free state project. I don't know who the free state project has running their Twitter. But they are really entertaining. Okay. Also, you need a good troll running your official Twitter accounts for sure, Whoever they are is they are like on it, so they responded to christen new new by posting a video from quarantine. From our New Year's Eve party and their their responses. Sorry to have missed you on New Year's Eve, but we were thinking of you, and it's the it's like a 22nd video of Skylar, the guy we had on last night. Have you seen his video? I have not. It's hilarious. I can't play it on the air because it's It's got a profanity in it, but I'm fairly certain we can speculate who's running the FSP. Twitter. The I don't. I mean, I don't know if we should say it out loud, but I have no idea, but it's it shows like the whole party does. It's a really great because best video the party I've seen yet because it's short. It's easily shareable, and he just kind of like pans, the camera and kind of shows the party and he's doing like a selfie at the same time, and then he brings the camera and close. Yeah, hey, sooner new F you or something like that, And it's just It's really great. It's really like in your face. I have seen that. Yeah, yeah. So that was that was the official free state project. Twitter account response to what's the new new had said on Twitter this morning, man. So Kuno kudos to whoever it is that's running that account. That's awesome news. And by the way, the free state project is now one month away. From its full five year move window. It has been as of February 6 that will have been five full years since the free state project reached 20,000 signers of people. Libertarian types who said they would move to New Hampshire now. Sadly, we haven't seen even a quarter of those people moved to New Hampshire because, well, you know, everybody's got their reasons, but nonetheless then they start signing in, like 2007 or something. 1001. Okay, so I mean, Look, if I had signed something in 2001 that I was going to move somewhere within the next five years, you would have been able to count on that. Yeah. I mean, it was only completed and I guess 2015. They finally got 14. Years later, they finally hit the signature numbers. I imagine a lot of those people had just some of them died. Yeah. I mean, most of them probably didn't but their lives got into a rut. They bought a mortgage for whatever I could tell you this I called when I was living in Florida. So that's where I'm from prior to moving here. They had these things called Free State Project, local groups and I wanted to organize one of those because the idea was you could kind of get together with the people in your area. On, you know, Meet the people. That might be your neighbors when you all ended up moving to New Hampshire. And so I created one of these groups and I got in touch with a free state project. And if you created one of these groups, you would get the database of their signers. But on Lee from your county and adjacent counties, OK, so I got all those names and this was 2000 and four or 2000 and five. So like three or four years on Li, like three years after And I called every person to try to get in touch with every person on that list, most of them phone number's disconnected. Emails not responsive of the people who I did get in touch with, many of whom did not even remember signing up for the free state project. So three years in the list was like Pretty weak. So 20 years 20 years later, I think it's actually pretty good that we've seen 1/10 of the people because over 2000 people have moved. I think it's closer to like maybe three. Now. I haven't seen the exact numbers. If you include the people who aren't actually part of the free state project. It's gonna take you higher, right? Right. And that's the thing. It's hard, Captain. Kick Ass is another example of somebody who is not a free stater but moved here anyway, and is a great activist. Liberty just tends to sort of attract people here, so people have that mindset one way or another, they end up finding out about New Hampshire. Don't even know about the free state project. First time I came. A lot of people don't and we're getting a lot of people who are coming up to check things out today. We're hearing about the New Hampshire migration from the freedom cells. They don't know anything about the free state.
"skylar" Discussed on KTRH
"Has This has the possibility of being the worst lightning round ever if you don't listen carefully. Do what the question is. This is not an opportunity to state your favorite TV show. And it's not an opportunity to state a show that people haven't thought of in a long time. Our show that's pretty good. It is an opportunity to state upon reflection, the show that has the greatest distance between how much it is appreciated and the quality of that show. Right. That's what it means to be underrated to be the most underrated means to have the broadest delta in between appreciation and quality. It will be shows that are worse. That arts of as under appreciated that could have been, there will be shows that are better shows. But they're appreciated closer to their quality, or they're over. Appreciate it. And that's probably what better call Saul and breaking bad and all that stuff represents. Okay. All right. Uh, Skylar, you're up. Skylar. We have scholar turned up. I'm here. I'm sorry, Michael. I apologize. Yeah. What you got I had something till only different as far as the real reason I called, But I will answer the question and I think the show will be drop dead diva. Okay, then What's your question? My question is yesterday you made a post on Twitter. About a story out of the deal and you ask for some great headlines, but she never responded to any of them were any good. I put some time and effort and actually putting one up there. I'm just curious if it was any good, that's all. Scholar. Yes, sir. You're not getting a trophy. No, I'm not looking for one, but I'm just extremely competitive and I just put up it up there. Just scholar. I wanted to get some confirmation. That's all. You're looking for a trophy. Is it any good? That's all looking for. You're looking for a trophy. Don't have to win anything, I promise. Yes, you do. Yes, you do You absolutely all right to the lightning round. We go See, that's it. Everybody wants trophy. Hey, Coach, Season's over board. We're gonna get a trophy, son. You went for in 14? Yeah, We've got a trophy. I have told you forever your flight.
America’s Vaccine Rollout Is Already a Disaster
"Boston vaccines against covert 19 to being rolled out across the country, But the pace is slower than many had hoped. Including President elect Joe Biden. The president elect blames the Trump Administration for the slow pace of vaccinating Americans so far, just over two million doses administered as opposed to the 20 million forecast by the Trump Administration. If you continue to to move move is is this this now now It's It's going going to to take take years, years, not not months months to to vaccinate vaccinate the the American American people. people. Biden Biden promised promised 100 100 million million vaccinations vaccinations in in the the 1st 1st 100 100 days days of of this this term term on Twitter. President Trump has repeatedly blamed states for the slow distribution. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS
House passes bill to increase stimulus checks to $2,000
"$2000 stimulus payment. It's all up to the Republican controlled Senate. The latest this morning in Washington from CBS is Skyler Henry House passed the bill to increase stimulus checks from 600 to $2000. The president demanded higher stimulus payments when he signed the coronavirus relief bill on Sunday. It's not clear if the Senate will take up the measure. I am telling Donald Trump don't just talk about it Act the Senate Republicans have followed you through thick and thin. Get them now to act and support the $2000 checks. The Treasury Department is scrambling to distribute the relief that's been approved. The first payments could start going out by the end of this week. Skylar Henry
Teen jailed for violating COVID-19 restrictions gets lesser sentence
"Teen in jail in the Cayman Islands for breaking the island Strict Cove it restrictions has now received a lighter jail sentence and an appeal Tuesday, A judge ruled that instead of the original four months she was supposed to serve behind bars. That sentence has now been reduced to two months. Skylar Mac went to visit her boyfriend who lives in the Cayman Islands, but she violated the country's quarantine rules while she was there. Mac is a pre is a Mercer premed student who has actually appealed to the White House for help. More
Snow Storm Coming Wednesday Night Through Thursday In Boston Area
"It's going to be a kind of a messy A late afternoon early evening here we still a little bit of rain and snow around, especially near and south of the mass pike, although we do have a little bit stretching up into parts of the North Shore as well, but this will be tapering off early this evening will be blustery and colder tonight with clearing Skylar 29 of Boston and low to mid twenties inland, blustering cold tomorrow. A lot of sunshine, though high of 35. As you get in a Wednesday in the early sun will fade behind clouds behind your 30, and we do expect a major winter storm to arrive. Looks like in the Wednesday evening. That's when snow will start to arrive. We'll see the worst of it from Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The combination heavy snow and strong winds will create blizzard conditions of times right now looks like most of us pick up 6 to 12 inches of snow. There is the potential for more than a foot toward the South Shore, South Coast and Cape. Depending on if there's any mixing or not. If it's mostly snow, that's where you get those higher amounts and winds of Gus to around 50 MPH. So late Wednesday night into Thursday, Thursday's high around 28. We will dry things out for Friday and Saturday.
Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary
"Picks as Inauguration Day gets closer is a big day for president elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. Received their first full intelligence briefing and held meetings with transition advisers Tuesday, they'll officially announced members of their economic team and Biden will nominate Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary who would be the first woman to lead the department. Cecilia Rouse will be named as chair of the Council of Economic Advisors and near attended, will serve as White House budget director that CBS a Skylar Henry, with the update. The Supreme Court heard arguments today about
Michael Flynn's Family Thanks Trump For "Answering Our Prayers"
"Former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Despite Flynn's guilty plea tow line to the FBI about his Russia contacts. Flynn's family thank the president for quote, answering our prayers and the prayers of a nation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the pardon quote on active grave corruption and a brazen abuse of power. Earlier this year, Flynn requested to withdraw his guilty plea as his legal saga played out in federal court President Trump hinted at granting him a full pardon. He's gonna be okay. We're gonna be just fine. The Flynn pardon comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of his friend and former adviser Roger Stone. He was due to serve a 40 month sentence after his conviction on seven felony counts, including witness tampering and lying to Congress that Skylar Henry reporting with CBS News. After years of
AAA: End of daylight-saving time will result in uptick in car crashes in the next two weeks
"People across most of America are getting ready to turn their clocks back tonight is daylight saving time ends Skylar McClenny McKinley with Trivoli says it brings the usual challenges on the road's starting next week. It might be most pronounced on Monday. But really, for the next two weeks, we know that we're going to see an increase in crashes. The result of this McKinley says The reason for more crashes is that the change affects the body's internal clock, making people more likely to get less sleep. Daylight saving time officially ends at two o'clock tomorrow morning.
Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson to miss rest of season
"State found out that Skylar Thompson was not going to play in the game. They're starting quarterback. So will Howard was getting The starting assignment at TCU TC just coming off the win in Austin by Adduce knocking off Texas So the line was 9.5 right. I told Brad Powers. I said, Brad, If this goes to 10, I'm taking K state and he said, I agree with that move and K State not only covers with a guy starting his first game And if you looked at his passing line will Howard Kansas State eight for 19, 117 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. You're thinking they've got to get there to get killed. Well, he rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown. The team rushed for 1 72 so still didn't even hit 300 yards Total offense as opposed to, you know, 3 40 for TCU. But they came up with the big plays. And that's something about Kansas State as a very disciplined team, and they find ways to make plays, and they did just that. They you know, they came up with one big interception and they ended up You know, winning the game 21 to 14 in Fort Worth, Kansas State's one of those blue collar teams that just finds a way to win games. They should. Yeah,
Trump makes 'surprise visit' to supporters outside hospital
"It was out of the hospital briefly for a covert infected and contagious president of the United States. Correspondent Skylar Henry reports wearing a mask President Trump joke past supporters gathered in front of Walter Reed Medical Center. I'm not telling anybody but you he tease the surprise visit on Twitter and suggested he's learned a lot about Cove in 19. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't let's read the book school and I get it and I understand it mile There was talk from his doctors. Not Mr Trump could go back to the White House later today. Now how good is often idea Is that CBS news medical correspondent Dr John Le Pouf. Normally you would say you would not discharge somebody from a hospital to their home. Of course, this home is not a normal home, and I'm told from my sources that the White House is very well equipped. Almost like an I C u if needed, and so he will be getting very closely monitored, and you just want to make sure that if he does suddenly take a turn for the worst that they're totally prepared to do what needs to be done
Trump and Biden: What to watch for in first presidential debate
"2020. The stage is is set set for for the the first first presidential presidential debates debates of of the the presidential presidential campaign. campaign. Tonight Tonight in in Cleveland. Cleveland. President President Trump Trump and and former former Vice Vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden are are sharing sharing the the stage, stage, CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Skylar Henry reports. I'm going to take a drug test. I think he should. Tuesday showdown comes as president Trump steps up his personal attacks on his opponent, including an accusation that Biden uses performance enhancing drugs. Biting campaign turned a New York Times report about the president's taxes into an ad showing what ordinary Americans pay. A White House spokesman questioned both the story's accuracy and its timing. The Democrats had ads. Teed up almost immediately afterwards, so it certainly seems like just a coordinated political smear As many as 100 Million viewers are expected to watch the debate that's being held here in Cleveland. Political experts say Both candidates should take cues from past debates. We get more from W. T. O P S Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller University of Virginia political analyst Larry Subito believes Joe Biden would be well served by using a variation of what a Republican president Ronald Reagan. Set in the 1980 debate. Are you better off than you were four years ago? Maybe say it more than once You have to do that in his webinar Sabato's Crystal Ball. America votes the political scientists as candidates need to repeat themselves during a 90 minute debate because most Americans only taken bits and pieces. President Trump is expected to be aggressive early and try to keep Biden off balance. Political observers note that several incumbent presidents have had poor first debates and President Trump like Biden will want to get off to a strong start on Capitol Hill,
Sally has weakened to a tropical storm but the Gulf Coast region still faces issues from drenching, floods
"Is weak into a tropical storm of the Gulf Coast region is still facing life threatening flooding. CBS's Skylar Henry isn't fair Hope Alabama communities throughout the Gulf Coast region are assessing the initial storm damage as it continues to rain here. Boundaries and power lines are everywhere, as is significant flooding spilling into the streets and engulfing cars from floods
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: Obama and Biden Saved Auto Industry
"America. I'm Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Or, as Donald Trump calls me that woman from Michigan tonight. I'm here at UW locals 6 52 in Lansing, Michigan. Auto workers in this union and across our state could have lost their jobs if not for Barack Obama. And Joe Biden and 20 in 2009. The Obama Biden administration inherited the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, the auto industry on the brink of collapse a 1,000,000 jobs at stake, But President Obama and Vice President Biden didn't waste time. Blaming anyone else are shirking their responsibility. They got to work. They brought together union members, companies and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle and they saved the auto industry. And when you know just a few months ago as our nation began battling covert 19 Auto workers across Michigan Spring into action. They started making protective equipment for doctors and nurses on the front lines. When we break it down, President Obama and Vice President Biden saved these auto workers lively hoods. Then these workers did third part to save American lives. That's the story of this great nation. Action begets action. Progress begets progress, and when we work together, we can accomplish anything. After all. Democracy is a team sport, especially now it's crucial that we rally together to fight this virus. And build our economy back better from the jump. We took this pandemics furiously in Michigan. We listened to medical experts we planned and with a lot of work from the auto workers and too little help from the White House. We executed our plan. We saved thousands off lives. Just imagine if we had a national strategy, so everyone who needs a test gets one for free. So everyone has access to a safe vaccine. So our kids and educators have the resource is they need to safely get back to school was Joe Biden and Camel Harris in the White House. We will Joe Biden and Camel Harris will lead by example. It'll be science, not politics or ego that will drive their decisions. They know the health of our people goes hand in hand with the strength of our economy may know. Action begets action. Over the past few months, we've learned what's essential, rising to the challenge, not denying it. We've learned who is essential to not just the wealthiest among us, not a president who fights his fellow Americans rather than fight the virus that's killing us and our economy. It's the people who put their own health at risk to care for the rest of us. They are the M V. P s. The nurses and the doctors, the utility workers, truck drivers and grocery clerks, the childcare workers, the parents, the teachers, the mail carriers and the auto workers. So many of these essential workers have lost their lives Cove it nearly 1000 health care workers. More than 170,000 people across America, including a five year old girl, named Skyler from Detroit, whose mom is a police officer. And dad is a firefighter generation after generation. Our nation has been defined by what we d'oh or what we fail to do so. For Skylar for her parents, and in the memory of all those we've lost, Let us act. Let us heal as one nation let us find strength to do the work.
Trump vs. the Post Office
"Meantime, President Trump continues his criticism of mail in voting. He acknowledged that he's going to limit funding to the U. S. Postal Service. In a phone interview with Fox Business President Trump said he will not give in to Democrats demands to give more money to the post office. They want. 25 $1,000,000,000.1,000,000,000 for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Democratic challenger Joe Biden accuses the president of trying to sabotage the election. But at his daily briefing, Mr Trump said, it's about protecting the integrity of the vote. Not CBS correspondent Skylar