35 Burst results for "Suffolk"

"suffolk" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"suffolk" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"So he's currently the presiding justice of the second department, which is the busiest of the four appellate division departments in the state. He's from Suffolk county, the department he oversees, covers Brooklyn queens Long Island, Westchester, a couple other counties. So it's a lot of the state, a lot of the states people and a lot of the state's litigation, it's a court that everyone familiar with it acknowledges is overworked in some ways that they're ideally should be more judges handling the volume of cases. And so at least parses quickly and you could say not sufficiently. The decisions coming out of the second department, many of them are very short. Many of them don't analyze all of the facts. And sometimes even the legal arguments that the litigants are putting forward in front of the court rather. For example, one of the two cases that got the most attention in the hearing, which one of them was only 333 words long, that is a very short decision. What that means is you have some decisions that the second department. I mean, these are these are cases with really dramatic consequences on New Yorkers rights on the state of law. That animal analysis and minimal explanation. Now, some of justice will sell his defenders have pointed to the certain decisions and the fact that many of them are what are known as memorandum decisions, which are decisions written by court clerks and very often unsigned. So the names of the justice, the names of the justices who participate in the court cases will be listed, but they won't even be fully signed by them. It'll be like the opinion of the court, you're the judges who participated. People are pointing to these facts saying what can you expect from what can you ask for from a judge who's been on such a busy court for so many years? How can he write longer decisions? How can we sign more decisions? And there's some validity to that. But it's critical to note, we're talking about the chief judge of the entire state. We're talking about someone who will sit on the highest court who will shape the shape the law for the whole state for years to come. And the person who will be responsible for overseeing the bureaucratic side of the entire state court system. If that person has not been able to engage deeply with

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Does DeSantis' COVID Vaccine Investigation Imply an Attack on Trump?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Does DeSantis' COVID Vaccine Investigation Imply an Attack on Trump?

"Legacy media is all hysterical about a new poll out showing Ron DeSantis ahead of Trump by 23 points. The USA Today Suffolk university poll, and a lot of polls are showing that. And along with that comes the news that Ron DeSantis is announcing. A petition to investigate vaccine wrongdoings. Here he was yesterday making this announcement here in the state of Florida. So today, I'm announcing a petition with the Supreme Court of Florida to impanel a statewide grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida with respect to COVID-19 vaccines. And we anticipate that we will get the approval for that. That will be something that will be in panel, most likely in the Tampa Bay Area, and that will come with legal processes that will be able to get more information and to bring legal accountability for those who committed misconduct. It's a fascinating move, John Solomon over just the news dot com points out this opens a political avenue to attack Donald Trump's administration for its warp speed program to approve the vaccines on an accelerated timetable.

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Ex-cop guilty of murder in freezing death of 8-year-old son

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-cop guilty of murder in freezing death of 8-year-old son

"Up former New York City police officer was convicted Friday of murdering his 8 year old son who was forced to sleep on the concrete floor of a freezing garage Long Island jury found Michael valva guilty of second degree murder he faces 25 years to life in prison at sentencing little Thomas bell that died in January of 2020 the day after sleeping in the garage in the family Suffolk county home in temperatures that dropped under 20° prosecutors said Thomas and his ten year old brother were both on the autism spectrum and were at times forced to sleep in the garage because a bed wedding issues They also say the father beat and starved the boys Valdez then fiance Angela polino also faces child endangerment and second degree murder counts and is awaiting trial She pleaded not guilty Julie Walker New York

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Meet Anthony D'Esposito, Candidate for US Representative

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Meet Anthony D'Esposito, Candidate for US Representative

"I'm a mutual friend one of my Friends reached out My buddy Brian he's like hey man you got to have this guy on He's making a real play out here on Long Island for the seat that the Democrats shockingly have gotten their mitts on Nassau county and Suffolk county Long Island which are like the suburbs of New York City folks for those other listeners around the country That's traditionally was a Republican area when I grew up and then the Democrats got their mitts on it but I'm hearing some things out there that you've got the Democrats really freaked out They dumped them on a bunch of money to the seat to save it Yeah well the mets are coming off The other day Nancy Pelosi's fund her pack I think put about $1.4 million in my opponent Now this is a seat that's been held in Democrat hands for 25 years and prior to the redistricting It's a district that Biden won with double digits So cook political report and Fox News both shifted the race yesterday to a toss up I ran in this in part to this district for three times now I ran in 1617 and 21 And I am confident that on Tuesday night we are going to flip this seat from blue to red

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Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

"So some brand new polling data out from USA Today, this is the USA Today Suffolk university poll, and again, you can't, you can't take these that face value, but you can glean some information here from this polling data. Now, in the last midterm elections, that was back in 2018. Democrats destroyed Republicans among black voters 92% of the black vote. Republicans only garnered about 6% of the black vote. Democrats also in that same election cycle, they defeated Republicans among Hispanic voters 72% to 25%. I mean, it was pretty overwhelming. And that was the data that Pew Research came up with. But now things are changing, and according to this USA Today, Suffolk university poll. 40% of Hispanics and 21% of blacks are now backing Republican candidates. That is a massive shift. We're talking about huge numbers. Black support get this 15 points from 6% in the last midterms to 21% now. Hispanic support jumping 15 points to 40%. That's phenomenal. And again, the numbers are going to fluctuate. No doubt about that. We've still got 7 days to go. A lot can happen in those 7 days, but if these numbers hold, you are looking at a Republican tsunami on election day.

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2 Teens Shot Outside Lee Zeldin's Home While Daughters Inside

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 4 months ago

2 Teens Shot Outside Lee Zeldin's Home While Daughters Inside

"Lee zeldin is the Republican nominee for governor in the state of New York He's got a real chance of winning He has had a rough couple of months I don't mean on the campaign trail his campaign is been flawless I mean he's he could be the first Republican governor since George pataki We've had what Three or four since then I mean it's been a long time No he's running a great campaign but he's just had an incredible streak of really dangerous things He gets attacked on stage by a guy Ben I don't know if you heard this story but his daughter was home alone He lives out in Shirley which is on the east end of New York in Suffolk county and Long Island And gunshots break out outside of his house So you know and of course the left is like oh listen he's just leveraging this and Jim and I might before the show and all we were all like these people this stupid yeah Yes you're right Lee zeldin hey guys can you do me a favor Can you get into a gunfight outside my house with my kid home alone so that I can go give a presser outside Just do me a favor Just keep it away from my kid Just get close but not close enough Close enough that I can do a press conference This is how crazy the left is This is how the lunatics we have on the left

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"suffolk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"suffolk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Officers in Suffolk county are shutting down what they say was a cocaine pipeline in the Hamptons, four people were arrested and accused of selling cocaine for two years at bars and montauk and the surrounding area. Officials say the cocaine and fentanyl were mailed to montauk from suppliers in the Dominican Republic and New York City. The bust comes at a time when Suffolk county is leading the tri state area in opioid overdose deaths. Federal Reserve bank of New York president John Williams says interest rates need to rise to around four and a half percent over time. But the pace and ultimate peak of the tightening campaign will hinge on how the economy performs. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. His remarks came during a moderated discussion organized by SUNY buffalo in western New York, Williams vice chair of the rate setting federal open market committee and a key member of chair Jay Powell's leadership team. His comments follow us string of hawkish remarks from other policymakers that his hardened bets that they will forge ahead with an aggressive tightening campaign to curb the hottest inflation in nearly 40 years. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Iconic New York City toy maker, FAO schwarz, is celebrating 160 years in business. ABC reports the store had a day full of festivities at their Rockefeller Plaza flagship today. The giant toy store is a Wonderland for kids and parents alike and has braved many economic storms since its original New York City storefront opened on east 14th street back in 1880. David Geffen hall at Lincoln Center home of the New York philharmonic reopens today after undergoing a $550 million renovation. The new space has better acoustics than before, plus CBS reports, its opening two years ahead of schedule. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steinbeck from Bloomberg radio. Hi everyone, welcome to the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week. This past week saw the biggest two day rally in U.S. stocks since 2020 as investors continued a debate over a more or less hawkish fed. And then, while Elon and Twitter were the big tech topic of the week, it is really Elon's other business of self-driving cars that makes the cover this week. We'll get to that in just a moment. Speaking of innovation and change, we're going to explore the new world order. Many are facing when it comes to alternative energy, ecommerce, and E learning. We're going to speak with the CEO of Pearson, as well as the founder of olive. It's an ecommerce business with a mission to reduce waste getting rid of those cardboard boxes. Yeah, exactly. Plus stick around for our second hour, that's when we're going to talk about the power of quitting will do that with former pro poker player, any duke. All of that to come, but first we begin with this week's cover story in the magazine's features section. It's all about the driverless debate. Our humans better drivers than machines. For more, we turn to Bloomberg businessweek columnist, max chaffin, along with the editor of business week, Joel Weber. If you go back maybe a decade ago to Ted in these conferences, you had everyone basically going around and in particular Google kind of leading the charge, but also lots of automakers, lots of technologists, basically everybody saying, hey, you know, my kids ten and they're never going to need a driver's license. And that really became baked almost like conventional wisdom. Not just among technologists, but among policymakers, consultants everywhere, and you saw basically about 5 years ago, this amazing explosion of investment, not just Google and cruise, but smaller companies, basically everyone throwing billions into this field, and a lot of those a lot of that money has gone nowhere. We've seen a lot of stocks either crash in the case of aurora, which is one of these kind of bubbly self-driving companies, or in the case of a company like zoox, which was super hyped and then it kind of got swallowed up by Amazon. So it's just been a lot of kind of difficulty in the industry. Okay, so one of the sources in the story who has become something of a detractor is a name that we haven't really heard from for a while and that's Anthony Levin dusky. Anthony levandowski and what did he have to tell you? So he is one of the most interesting people in self-driving cars. He was for a really long time. I mean, you know, leading the charge, the charge that I was just talking about, talking about how great driverless cars are going to be. He is really the person who created to the extent that one person created the Google self-driving car or even the industry, it was him. And he went through this weird, very controversial journey. He went to Uber and then got caught up in this massive multi-billion dollar litigation over alleged trade secret theft wound up with criminal charges. He pled guilty, and then he was pardoned on the last day of the Trump presidency, and he's kind of come out the other end. Obviously with tons of baggage, very controversial, but sort of saying some things out loud that I think people in the industry were saying quietly for a very long time. And that is, this is not going as well as we wanted it to go. What's incredible about this guy is he's the one who sort of created the first version of autonomous vehicle, right? You describe this situation years ago where he took a Toyota Prius and got it to move across. Was it the bay bridge? Yeah, yeah, yeah. And it was four. It's funny. It was for a reality show. So, I mean, in this kind of driverless car world, he was sort of the scrappy entrepreneur, the one who was kind of trying to push it to commercialize. He took, as you said, he created a sort of hack together a Prius, drove it across the brave day bridge, and then that basically got swallowed up into Google, became the Google driver. But now he's doing something that is, you could argue, is sort of, I don't know, less complicated than that when it comes to the application of EVs. And using them on an industrial. And this actually, I think the

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Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

"Liz peak says that president Trump needs to immediately announce that he's running for president in 2024, and she says he needs to do that because of the fecklessness of the Republican Party. She says only president Trump's vision can lead us to a 70 seat red wave. Now this is something this is pretty remarkable because Liz peak is she's not one who is prone to hyperbole. So Liz peek is looking at all of the data coming in. She's saying that the, that the Republicans on Capitol Hill should be ashamed because they were snookered into supporting this $280 billion bill that's basically a handout, they got blindsided by build back better and she says that polling data and fundraising data is showing some very disturbing numbers. She says Republicans are losing steam in the fundraising and in the polls, and she says that the GOP is hovering on the brink. Now here is some of the data that she's been able to gather. She says that a Suffolk university polls shows voters preferring Democrats over Republicans by more than four points. She says the polling data gathered by 5 38 shows the GOP lead on a generic congressional ballot has all but disappeared and today Republicans are nearly tied with Democrats. As recently as mid June, the GOP had a 2.6 point advantage. Also, where are you some and I'm reading from Liz's column here, Democrats are outraising Republicans in online campaign donations. Now this

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Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

"Bartiromo in first cut 13 asks senator barrasso from Wyoming, hey, what do you think about this midterm poll? By the way, every midterm poll is shortening and shortening. What looked like it was going to be an inevitable red wave. Democrats have done their work. They're motivating their base. They're registering voters. They're raising money. They're expanding their activist pool and Republicans are doing what? Well, first, let's play cut 13 of senator barrasso on Maria bartiromo show, play cut 13. Well, senator, I guess what I'm asking you is, shouldn't the Republicans be doing better at this point? And look at the congressional generic ballot and the congressional vote preference that we have here. Democrat 41% Republican 44% shouldn't the gap the wider shouldn't Republicans be winning. Well, I'm very optimistic about the elections in November. It's still a hundred days away. Maria, this is going to be a rejection election. The American people are going to reject the Democrats and Joe Biden because of the things that you just mentioned. Crushing inflation, chaos at the border, crime in this city's rejection election. Do you think that's going to be enough? Do you think the message of the Republicans being a rejection election is adequate to be able to win back the House of Representatives in the Senate? The polls are showing us no. It shows that we're actually getting within the margin of error. In fact, on certain polls, this is a short clip, cut to Maria bartiromo shows Democrats now have a four point lead on a general congressional ballot. And look, I know some of these polls can be wrong, but the fact they're tightening is cause for concern. They could be off by a couple points, but the trend is what you should always look at. Trends matter. Play cut two. USA today Suffolk university poll released on Thursday, has Democrats with a 4% lead on a generic congressional ballot. So Democrats now 4% lead in that poll, other ones show Republicans with a couple point lead, but regardless is that every single one of the polls, regardless of the polling agency you trust or you don't trust, it's tightening.

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Poll: Democrats Lead by 4% in Midterm Races

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | 6 months ago

Poll: Democrats Lead by 4% in Midterm Races

"Democrats are leading in the midterm race with a 4% edge over the GOP on the generic congressional ballot. This is a Suffolk university USA Today poll. 44% should if the election were held today, they would vote for a Democrat, only 40% said they'd vote for a Republican a 16% remain undecided. So maybe that's the key if you believe this poll. But I just want to ask you, simple question. Do you honestly believe that more Americans are upset about roe V wade? Being overturned? Then being able to pay the bills, you know, we fall into a trap with polls. And the trap is this. If a poll confirms what we hope for or what we think, we like the poll. If it doesn't, we don't like the poll. And I don't want to fall into that trap. I'm just going to ask you the smartest audience in America. Here in the relief factor dot com studios as we kick things off for a Friday, July 29th. Do you honestly think that this poll is correct that more Americans are concerned about abortion? Than they are, the economy, their bank account, their 401k, filling up the gas tank, going to the grocery store. Being able to buy a house pay rent?

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"suffolk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"suffolk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We continue in the 8 30 hour we welcome in WRC and news radio With us today Suffolk county police commissioner Rodney King Harrison formerly chief of Patel chief of detectives 30 years with the NYPD How are you The mission Harrison I'm hanging in there Thank you so much Thank you so much for having me Now you were 30 years with the NYPD your father had encouraged you to have a career in law enforcement Tell us about your early days at the NYPD and your experiences for the 30 years before we talk about Suffolk county It was a great career I've done everything from being an undercover to being an investigator in the squad and solving homicides to being a precinct commander up in Harlem which was challenging but also a great part of my career that I'm always proud of working with the residents up there But then during my I call it my grad school part of a policing I had opportunity to be the chief of patrol where we oversaw neighborhood policing and how it changed the way we policed all the communities in New York City It was the first black chief of detectives which I'm very very honored and proud of And last but not least my last year in NYPD I was a chief of department which was the highest ranking uniform member of the police department working under the honorable German shack Where were you from 9 11 Yeah actually I was in the 7 three Brownsville Brooklyn I was the anti crime sergeant it was a horrible day because I had the radio on my hand and you just hear our fellow officers in blue Calling for help and you feel helpless that you couldn't be there and save them So that was probably one of the most difficult times in my career For all not just for myself but for the whole police department and all the residents of the city is something that I wish never happened So you completed 30 years as with the NYPD and then you offered to be the commissioner of Suffolk county How did you feel about that You know I was actually enjoying retirement I got my two daughters to be part of the NYPD So I was happy to pretty much pass the torch over to them And see them takes on this noble profession Then I received a phone call from county executives office asking if I would be interested in being a police commissioner Suffolk county And I shared it with my wife I wasn't sure if I was something that I wanted to want it to do but she told me to go for it I went through several interviews and then I was nominated by Steve balloon and I'm forever grateful for him giving me this opportunity I did a couple of hearings and then I eventually I was confirmed by the legislators and now I am the first black police commissioner of Suffolk county and I have a great team around me I see the unbelievable work by the men and women of the police department doing a lot of great work making this a safe county You know I'm a separate country residents home weekends too So I'm sure we're going to be seeing each other sometime Especially good breakfast I understand Yeah that's up and coming About the challenges you have at Suffolk county that you expected to see and feel and especially coming to summer and the Suffolk county double in population sometimes Yeah it does And one of the things in struggles that unfortunately we had to deal with out here in Suffolk is people driving well intoxicated especially after Memorial Day We have seen it so far in the beginning of this year and we're still seeing it today So we're going to be stepping up our enforcement making sure that we have checkpoints out there And also stop the drinking if you're going to find yourself driving I think that's a message that resonates with not just out here in southern county but throughout the country And there's a few old cases we've dug up in Suffolk county One of it was the old mystery of what really happened in gilgo beach Is there any reason why you're dug it up after how many years Ten years 20 years About 12 years now And one of the things that I was asked to take a really really close look at the unfortunate Google beach homicides It's unfortunate case but the one thing that I would have liked to see in this police department do and that's one of the things I'm going to take the challenge on is be transparent I think you have too many outside influences trying to make a determination on who are perpetrators or suspects may be in the case and my job is to make sure the narrative is correct And that's why you see me sharing the video of Megan ward I mean that's why you see me sharing the audio of the Shannon Gilbert listen I'm all for receiving information as somebody has anything that could help us with the investigation I'm all ears You use a crime structure.

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Professor Nicholas Giordano Talks About Push Back in Academia

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 9 months ago

Professor Nicholas Giordano Talks About Push Back in Academia

"We're talking to Nick jordano, teaches political science at Suffolk community college. You know, Nick, we don't typically have people in the academy who are coming from where you're coming from. So to me, it's kind of wonderful news that you are teaching political science and that you see these things. You get these things. Do you get a lot of pushback? When you're in academia and you express conservative philosophies. It's not something where you're going to get not get pushed back. Of course, pushback is going to come. I have to say, my college, it's actually a great nobody bothers me and the reason that they don't is because we're more in touch with the student body, which is a bunch of people that live life. I mean, some of them are have children, some of them are taking care of elderly parents, some of them are working and going to school. We're not in that four year university bubble where everyone comes from the same background and engages in the group think mentality. Interesting. So it's easier that way. However, there are more conservatives in academia than people realize. And I constantly get emails saying, you know, keep speaking out, keep speaking up. And then I email them back. Well, why aren't you speaking up? I mean, the reality is that if more of us spoke up, maybe the situation wouldn't be as bad as it is today. Unfortunately, conservatives and Republicans, they've kind of ignored the problems and allowed these problems to metastasize. Some of them went into business to make money, and they didn't pay attention to the school boards or the state education departments. Others just thought that problem wasn't as bad as it really was. But we're finding out, particularly what COVID, how bad the problem really is within not just education, not just certain aspects that a bureaucracy, but the entire

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Prof. Nicholas Giordano on the Patriot Act and Your Loss of Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Prof. Nicholas Giordano on the Patriot Act and Your Loss of Freedom

"As promised, Nick jordano, professor Nicholas jordano is my guest. He's a Professor of political science at Suffolk community college, a native New Yorker. I love it. I'm also a native New Yorker. But I had a sojourn in Connecticut where I lost the accent. So I apologize. You're a Professor of political science who has been talking about a lot of the stuff that I talk about on this program, which is to say the growth of government bureaucracy and the growth of government at the expense of freedom. So how did you, how did you get to that place? Were you raised in such a way that this was on your radar? Did this come to you as you did your studies? Well, I'm a student of history and the founding fathers made it clear that we want to limited government. We want a small government because governments continually grow expand abuse their power. And so we have to hold government accountable. And then what I saw with the Patriot Act, beginning to unfold, that's what concerned me because I was in Homeland Security. When you say the Patriot Act, talk about what year was the Patriot Act. Shortly after 9 11. So normally it takes about two years to get pieces of legislation through most pieces of legislation never see the light of day. But the Patriot Act passed within two weeks. And it was an encompassing bill that really changed the dynamics of the national security framework of the United States. And people said, well, if you don't support it, then you must be doing something wrong. And many conservatives. You're with that. You're with the terrorists. Correct.

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Lee Zeldin: The Progress of the GOP in New York

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Lee Zeldin: The Progress of the GOP in New York

"The Republican Party in New York it's been very feeble It's been very weak over the decades Really you have candidates who win if the Republicans because they run their own campaigns and so forth The precinct level the organizational level the fundraising level Has this been improved Has this been addressed I know the Conservative Party in New York I'm a huge fan of the Conservative Party of New York I think they've done a hell of a job They did a hell of a job challenging these unconstitutional mandates that were taking place in New York So but honestly just as an outsider I don't hear a lot about the GOP in New York Well there's been some amazing progress So last November while everyone was locked in on a historic win Virginia in New York State we saw a lot go blue to red along island NASA county executive NASA county district attorney flipped from Democrats Republicans Suffolk county legislatures But that wasn't due to the Republican Party of Virginia here to be perfectly honest with you It was the grassroots rising up the base rising up that had had enough of it in Virginia I know I'm from loudoun county That's where I live Oh yeah Oh I mean we saw the videos of it And I think that's what took place in New Jersey Colorado New York In other words it was the bottom up I just wanted to make sure whoever the nominee is particularly you That the party is getting stronger It's raising the kind of money it needs to raise It's organized because it needs to get behind the base If you know what I'm saying

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Avian influenza discovered for 1st time in Maine

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Avian influenza discovered for 1st time in Maine

"Bird flu is confirmed in backyard flocks in both New York and Maine over the weekend according to federal health officials in Maine health officials quarantined a property in Knox County and say the birds will be eliminated to prevent the spread of the disease it's the first time the state has confirmed a case of bird flu in New York the same action was taken in Suffolk County were backyard birds were found to have avian flu according to state health officials who say they're also monitoring neighboring Long Island areas the CDC reports no human cases have been detected in the US and that bird flu does not represent an immediate public health concern Julie Walker New York

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Federal officials confirm bird flu detected in New York

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Federal officials confirm bird flu detected in New York

"Federal officials confirm the avian flu was detected Saturday in a flock of New York birds state officials have quarantined the site in Suffolk County and say the birds on the affected properties will be depopulated to prevent the spread of disease and that they will not enter the food system authorities also said they would do testing and surveillance in surrounding areas human infections with bird flu are rare but it is highly contagious and fatal for chickens so far this year bird flu has been found in several states both the non commercial as in this case on Long Island and in commercial settings Julie Walker New York

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"suffolk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pacific time Sales of previously owned homes jumped in January despite a record low supply The national association of realtors says sales of existing homes increased 6.7% in January working out to an annual rate of 6 and a half million units The tight supply of them and strong demand boosted the median price of a home sold last month to $350,000 That's 15% higher than a year ago I'm Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom It's not only the pandemic that has New Yorkers worried Now it's bird flu more from Bloomberg stinis Pellegrini Federal authorities have confirmed avian influenza has been detected in a non commercial backyard flock of birds on Long Island and samples from the flock were tested and have been confirmed at USDA labs in Ames Iowa New York State officials have quarantined the site in Suffolk county and birds on the affected properties will be depopulated read that euthanized The avian virus has been detected in flocks of birds in Indiana Kentucky and Virginia as well and the Centers for Disease Control says bird flu doesn't pose an immediate public health concern and the USDA says no human cases of these viruses have been detected in the United States Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Permits to drill for oil and gas on U.S. public land will be delayed the Department of the Interior saying yesterday This is after a federal judge ruled against the Biden administration's estimates of the social costs of greenhouse gas emissions In the UK there's no beating COVID-19 prime minister Boris Johnson will lay out a plan this week for living with COVID The prime minister is expected to confirm all regulations that restrict public freedoms will be repealed according to a statement yesterday Investors will get another look at fourth quarter economic growth in the holiday shortened trading week Bloomberg's Karen Moscow reports We get a second look at fourth quarter GDP on Thursday along with the weekly report on initial jobless claims and new home sales we'll also hear from fed officials Loretta mester and Raphael bostic Friday is consumer income durable goods and consumer sentiment We also get earnings.

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"suffolk" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I think I'll skip that. Well, in actual fact, I was quite lucky because the people who were cycling with me today would go down a hill because around here I know the hills. So I know what they're like at the bottom. But if you've got a hill with a junction at the bottom or around about or something like that, then it's just not on. So if there was a situation like that, then you'd dismay the bike and just walk down and then carry on. So because you see, when they invented penny farthing, they hadn't been a traffic, right? And they hadn't been around about so they hadn't been at other cars. You guys have had roundabouts longer than we have. They're sort of new in my driving life. And I've now gotten used to them, but the first few I encountered, it was like, what in the hell am I supposed to do in this thing? He's like, they're smart, but they're. When you don't learn to drive with them, and then they appear, it's like, okay, I'm confused. Stop. Just not safe, obviously. So do you have any are you doing any advocacy currently? What's happening in the near future? Yeah, we have got something that we want to do next year. So I had this idea that I would do a challenge every year of some description, whether it was cycling or something else. But of course, COVID put pay to that last year. We have got something in the pipeline, but I don't think that I could say too much about it at this time. If I do mention, I shall have to kill everybody who's listening. So if I but if we have got something different to cycling, something that I think, well, we'll just have to come back on and do another podcast and let you know next year will we? But did you say efficacy or activity? Advocacy advocacy. Okay, so I used to advocating. We still did an event. Yes. We're still doing events, but also we've got an event coming up behind our talk, but we are still doing events events over two days. So we're quite lucky to be doing a lot of talking in all the many of the libraries in Suffolk, which is our county. And we're doing lots of online meetings to other organizations by social care and financial institutions. Not just to say.

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"suffolk" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I think I'll skip that. Well, in actual fact, I was quite lucky because the people who were cycling with me today would go down a hill because around here I know the hills. So I know what they're like at the bottom. But if you've got a hill with a junction at the bottom or around about or something like that, then it's just not on. So if there was a situation like that, then you'd dismay the bike and just walk down and then carry on. So because you see, when they invented penny farthing, they hadn't been a traffic, right? And they hadn't been around about so they hadn't been at other cars. You guys have had roundabouts longer than we have. They're sort of new in my driving life. And I've now gotten used to them, but the first few I encountered, it was like, what in the hell am I supposed to do in this thing? He's like, they're smart, but they're. When you don't learn to drive with them, and then they appear, it's like, okay, I'm confused. Stop. Just not safe, obviously. So do you have any are you doing any advocacy currently? What's happening in the near future? Yeah, we have got something that we want to do next year. So I had this idea that I would do a challenge every year of some description, whether it was cycling or something else. But of course, COVID put pay to that last year. We have got something in the pipeline, but I don't think that I could say too much about it at this time. If I do mention, I shall have to kill everybody who's listening. So if I but if we have got something different to cycling, something that I think, well, we'll just have to come back on and do another podcast and let you know next year will we? But did you say efficacy or activity? Advocacy advocacy. Okay, so I used to advocating. We still did an event. Yes. We're still doing events, but also we've got an event coming up behind our talk, but we are still doing events events over two days. So we're quite lucky to be doing a lot of talking in all the many of the libraries in Suffolk, which is our county. And we're doing lots of online meetings to other organizations by social care and financial institutions. Not just to say.

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"suffolk" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on WTOP

"Their children will be provided a rapid test to administer it on the spot unaccompanied students will either administer the no swab themselves or have a technician complete the test for them Students who have opted out of D.C. testing program won't be allowed back in school for ten days or until they can provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken on or before make that taken on or after January 6th It's 1122 Montgomery county is warning of possible major disruptions on some bus routes tomorrow and a statement tonight the school system says a major shortage of drivers disrupted 75 routes this morning in 82 routes after school today and similar problems will persist tomorrow The school system is encouraging parents and caregivers of students on the affected routes to transport their children to and from school several areas school systems face with a driver shortage have been offering incentives trying other things as well to get more drivers Montgomery county says it will communicate specific route issues and prioritize routes that serve students with special needs One area university is going virtual for the first few weeks of the spring semester because of the omicron surge Christopher Newport university in Virginia says classes will begin Monday January 10th but all classes for the first two weeks of the semester will be virtual Students will not be allowed back on campus until January 21st at the earliest the university says a record number of faculty and staff are now affected Today alone 22 new positive cases were reported in person classes will begin on campus on Monday January 24th It's 1123 Republican governor electron junkin has tapped a former coal lobbyist and Trump administration Environmental Protection Agency chief to join his cabinet Andrew Wheeler will oversee the state's environmental policy as junkins pick for secretary of natural resources some Democrats and environmentalists are saying Wheeler should not be confirmed Michael town executive director of the Virginia league of conservation voters called the pick hands down the most extreme nomination for an environmental post in Virginia's history and the absolute worst pick that the governor elect could make It's to make that 1123 we will check money news up next Sure we have 30 seconds to tell you that drivers who switch to progressive could save big But then what Well we could try to fill the remaining time with awkward pauses It's often done for comedic effect Is it working I can't tell if this is funny Maybe this is so bad it's funny Wow we really picked it to save big when you switch to progressive.

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"suffolk" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on WTOP

"800 her love Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red 9 15 and Dave Johnson there was at least some happy parts to the capitol's loss yesterday And here it is herndon's Joe lively the first player from Virginia to suit up for the capitals and he accomplished another first think that's gonna be the first NHL point for Joe snidely John Carlson went to grab the puck Yeah John wall did call you Joe styley grabbed that puck because he assisted on the first goal he gave from Connor mcmichael so he gets his first NHL assistance first point In fact the capitals led to nothing but the king scored 300 goals kings get a three two win but a big night for Joe snively and his fans his family in attendance and he made a lot of new fans last night The saints shut out the Buccaneers 9 to nothing The saints now have their fourth winter Tom Brady since he's been the quarterback of the Buccaneers the saints win pushes Washington out of a playoff spot The packers clinch a division title 31 30 whatever the ravens Lamar Jackson Al Tyler hug almost pulled out the victory two point conversion to win it failed The mystics will have the number one overall pick at April's WNBA draft and for head coach Mike Tebow We've been studying 8 to ten players and I don't know who will pick were open to anything right now I think the biggest thing is that you have to pick the best player Yeah Kentucky guard Ryan Howard is certainly a possibility Just a father and son having fun Tiger Woods playing golf with his son Charlie at the PNC championship Yeah it was just all about the fun To Charlie.

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Who Is Rachael Rollins, the New U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts?

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Who Is Rachael Rollins, the New U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts?

"It's the new United States attorney from Massachusetts newly confirmed She was a district attorney before that you know And I'll just cut to the chase There was wasn't that long ago she had cop lights on her vehicle And pulled up against a woman Yelled at the woman Like an unhinged nut job Turned on her siren and her lights Apparently threatened to arrest her The woman was shaking she doesn't know why Rachel Rollins is black the woman is white The white woman it turns out is also a Democrat She's a former Soros act as Rachel Rollins Suffolk county district attorney She's now the United States attorney for Massachusetts Nominated by Joe Biden and confirmed by the Senate After this car incident there was a reporter for local station Boston 25 news reporter In January of this year didn't confront her very polite very gentle speaking actually gentle behaving To ask her about what took place Because the woman who was absolutely shocked and shaken but what just took place Had called the local police department to report but her officer their officer had done and gave them the tag number And they said that's not one of our officers

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"suffolk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's not that long ago That's not that long ago A Holocaust ended in 1945 That's not that long ago And in terms of human history to nanosecond Fraction of a nanosecond Things happen quickly Very quickly And they're happening quickly now Nation needs to be focused Not on destroying ourselves from within not on the relative handful of propagandists who are pushing the racist and Marxist ideologies with the voice of 99.9% of the propaganda media who also hate this country Really right now in my view we have a two front war and I don't care what they say about me on these liberal sites I don't care what they say about me anywhere I speak the truth I speak what I know to be accurate We were two front confrontation going on now One undermining us from within at warp speed And one positioning itself to destroy us from without at warp speed We've got a lot going on I'll be right back Much love in WABC traffic in transit There are still no change in Suffolk county on the westbound LIE all lanes still shut down before exit 63 with a bad crash They've also got the entrance ramp block back onto the LIE.

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"suffolk" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Most stunning developments. The nfl has seen in years. The new york times published a story about email set by jon gruden to among others then washington franchise president bruce allin over a seven year span. Those e mails reveal three days after a wall street journal piece revealed a racist e mail regarding union had demorris smith included stunningly misogynistic and anti lgbtq language. Hello and welcome to the q. V. nfl podcast. I'm gary grambling. I'm jennifer anti-us uncut war and we're going to talk about jon gruden his emails and the aftermath for him and for the raiders. But we're actually going to start the show with the bigger picture and what is in a way really at the heart of the scandal. One that goes beyond just one head coach. That's the investigation into the washington. Football teams toxic workplace environment. And the fact that all these months later we have no details on what happened. Yeah gary certainly there is plenty to discuss just with gruden himself and the content of his emails the fact that he felt comfortable in engaging this kind in this kind of derogatory language with other people in the nfl sphere the factors that go into encouraging and making people feel like they can engage in that kind of language but the way in which these emails came to light was in conjunction with the nfl's investigation into washington's workplace culture. And so because of that. We can't not ask well. What happened to the rest of the information generated from that investigation in july. The nfl announced that the investigation had concluded but they said they didn't even ask for a written report from investigator. Beth wilkinson that instead they ask. I simply a verbal report because the information was sensitive. So we haven't seen any record of exactly what was uncovered during that investigation. Just the summary of it and that's the nfl's head of investigations. Lisa friel described it as a very toxic work environments. But as we've seen in the gruden case seeing the actual emails once those were made public that only then did he face accountability. And i think in terms of the washington investigation. We need to see what details were uncovered in that investigation and also what is in the rest of the emails that they collected which cover things beyond simply washington toxic workplace so for a small number of emails to be leaked pertained to gruden. Certainly that begins a very important conversation about how. This behavior was allowed. How this person ascended to a very high position of power in the league all of those things but we also need to take a step back and say why are we letting other people off the hook gruden in a way should remind us that this kind of language and behavior is probably more pervasive than we think in the nfl. And here's an opportunity to shine a light on all of it. The entire thing going back to july just bizarre because again. This is an organization that holds these investigations and We got a written report on ray. Rice got a written report on Richie incognito and jonathan martin Two hundred forty three pages on. Tom brady Probably maybe asking to deflate a football before a game and the fact that they just sort of said well you know. We're not gonna put this in writing i. It was lucky it cynical to say but it seems quite clear You don't put it in writing. You limit the possibility of that report getting leaked if you don't want getting out there Which brings us to the point. And we're not doing engage in any conspiracy theories here You know janai when we did. The deshaun watson reporting Over the last six months one frustrating thing is the fact that i mean we spent months tracking people down just work intentive calling every person who might have possibly come into contact with shawn watson and the reaction is well clearly. They didn't do any intrepid reporting. This is a matter of a powerful person just leaking stuff to them and that's why they're reporting this That is not the case. That might not be the case here. There might be some that these things are getting out in the way that they're getting out but right now. It is just bizarre that with all of these data points. The only ones that have become public are about jon. Gruden who is completely. On the periphery of this washington. Football team investigation. Yeah and in the new york times report. They covered a lot of ground and clearly had access to a lot of emails and the ones they presented were extremely problematic. It was notable that even in that small sample size just gruden's will not not necessarily a small sample size but the narrow window of search terms right. Just gruden's emails with bruce allen and some others that there was a reference to photos of washington cheerleaders. I wearing only their bottoms having been exchanged in that That email exchange right so if that kind of back and forth was going on with somebody who was on. The periphery of the nfl Not even with a team at that point then. Shouldn't we know what information was being exchanged along those very same lines Between people in the washington organization. There's just so many pieces of information that we haven't received details about and while the nfl did issue some sanctions to the washington organization. A ten million dollar fine and they have had dan santer step away from day to day activities for several months while his wife. Tanya is out in front. I have to imagine that part of the discipline was crafted with. Well there's not going to be a written report public so we're just going to make discipline based on whatever we're telling the public that we found toxic work environment right because we know a lot of the disciplines levied by the nfl are basically based on public relations. While what would happen if all of those details were released. And what would the discipline look like in that situation and it has to be the question that we're asking now current verizon wireless internet customers. Now's the time to get a great offer on the five g. network. You deserve by signing up for verizon wireless unlimited plan enroll in mobile and home rewards to save up to three hundred sixty dollars a year and combined bills. Only from verizon offer ends non one twenty-one availability various important purchasing sign up terms apply safe at thirty dollars a month verizon unlimited advice gigabit connection plants. Twenty dollars a month of wireless and ten dollars a month. 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Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston

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"suffolk" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For a young Suffolk County woman She's been missing for two weeks after visiting a national park in the state of Wyoming. 22 year old Gabrielle potatoes mom, Nicole Schmidt. Hasn't heard from her daughter since late August. I just believe she's in danger because she's not in touch with us, and she could be alone. Somewhere stranded somewhere in the wilderness. A young woman is from blue Point, and she began a cross country adventure along with her boyfriend. Back in July, The couple documented it on YouTube. Gabby stands 55 weighing £110. He has blond hair, blue eyes and a forearm tattoo, which reads, Let it be. Cops do stress at this time. It doesn't look like your appearance is connected with the boyfriend. He has since returned home. The CDC now considering all 62 counties across New York state, have high rates of coronavirus transmission. Here's Liz wonder. That means every county in the state is now in the so called red Zone and masks are suggested for indoor settings. Dutchess County has one of the highest positivity rates in the Hudson Valley with 6.20%. While Ulster County isn't far behind with 5.58%. Meantime, Westchester County is reporting a 3.60% average and Rockland has a 4.79% rate. On Saturday. New York City's positivity rate had ticked down to 2.87% less Warner. W. O R News Arc. Haley trial continues, and now victims are alleging mandatory basketball viewing with threats of Reprisal. It's the latest twist in the ongoing sex trafficking trial. With more accusers testifying the R and B singer required them to watch the game nightly Daily News reporting. As part of his controlling regimen. The accusers apparently were instructed to watch only the singer and chairman with instructions to ignore other players or else face chastisement. The ritual reportedly went on for years with a former employee testifying they were discouraged from supporting or even acknowledging other players. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy providing updates. As to the Covid 19 vaccines, apparent effectiveness every instance the vaccines continue. To prove incredibly powerful and preventing not only new infections but most importantly, covid related hospitalizations. And deaths. The governor reports that among the fully vaccinated just 0.35% have become infected in, of course, what's known as breakthrough cases. Similarly, the Garden State's 5.3 million fully vaccinated individuals out of those just 386 have been hospitalist 97 deaths. Murphy, noting the state is awaiting federal guidance on boost response. But, he adds. Preparation is underway ahead of their potential approval. 200 million people could be forced to migrate if they don't act to curb climate change that, according to the World Bank, who added that many individuals may need to move within their countries in the next three decades, the world's poorest areas are expected to face the biggest impact sooner. As climate migration hotspot could pop up in the next.

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"suffolk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Over the weekend, Suffolk County D a. Rachel Rollins in a new statement, saying her office is still trying to figure out just how Dr David Jones access to closed off stairway right by the JFK, U Mass Station on Saturday. Before he fell to his death, Rollins says. Whether accidental or intentional, any death is a tragedy and the harm to loved ones is the same. A go fund me has been set up to support Jones, his wife and three Children so far, raising more than $76,000. 77 President Biden about to speak outside Sacramento, California, talking about the White House's response to wildfires, like the ones that recently have been scorching so much of the northern part of that state before he went to California today, the president first his first stop was in Boise, Idaho, with the National Interagency Fire Center meeting with wildfire commanders. President Biden praised firefighters for the work they're doing on the ground God made man. Then he made a few firefighters. You all and most incredible people. Now I'm not saying it's not hyperbole. The president promised his administration's full support for whatever firefighters need, including more pay for federal firefighters. Alex Stone, ABC News and Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Standing by the U. S departure from Afghanistan today before skeptical members of Congress testifying remotely, Secretary of State Antony Blinken defended the US exit from Afghanistan. There is no evidence that staying longer Would have made the Afghan security forces. Or the Afghan government any more resilient or self sustaining. Blinken says he expanded resources dedicated to processing visas for Afghan allies and called the evacuation of U. S personnel there in extraordinary effort, But the committee's top Republican Texas congressman Michael McCaul, says otherwise, this was an unmitigated disaster. Of epic proportions..

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The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

Radio Boston

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen

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"suffolk" Discussed on First of All

First of All

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on First of All

"I never had a doubt or negatively about that until people ask those questions until people say as an adult a lot. At the time to people say suffolk war are. The real brothers are they. Who's your real mom. Who's easy no all that kind of stuff. But i never. I never thought that they weren't until someone had pointed that out to me right. How did you. How did that make you feel when you're i imagine i. I don't know how it was in. You can enlighten me. Because if you're like hearing these things. I've personally have gone through my life. Hearing certain things in their certain moments where click about what that means. You know like you'll hear much of things in a certain point by their maturity or whatever it was that i'm like oh that's what you like or register maybe cumulates accumulate so much that you're like well fox's everyone say this to me and then you're like was right. He's jenner kind of. But also i think china think back of when that started when those questions star is around. What pre teen age when other people become cognizant of of of the complexity of your family And then all of a sudden they start putting this anyone. And i think sometimes it can then develop this weird insecurity that you never knew you had or wasn't even aware of i think beginning. I was more on the defense. Like what are you frigging idiot. Yeah that's family. You know what i mean like. Yeah of course that's my family..

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The Blonde Leading: Britains Two Years Under Boris Johnson

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:43 min | 1 year ago

The Blonde Leading: Britains Two Years Under Boris Johnson

"At the stroke of midnight on what was dubbed freedom day in britain last week clubbers hit the dancefloor starting what is in effect a grand epidemiological experiment watched by the world restrictions on the size of gatherings social distancing and masks all lifted this weekend a major music festival called latitude happened in the county of suffolk with forty thousand. Attendees the unlocking is powered by a belief in the strength of britain's vaccination campaign although deaths remained low and cases have fallen from a peak last week. Nearly thirty thousand people at day are still catching. Covert and five thousand. People are hospitalized. The architect of this bold plan is prime minister. Boris johnson who has as of this weekend but office for two years. The dodgers the doomsters the gloomsters. They outgained to get it wrong again. The people are british politics columnists. Adrian wooldridge hardly knows what great to give for the prime minister's performance but appropriately. He puts it in the way. Mister johnson's alma mater oxford university does alpha versus gamma. And there's plenty of work to mark. This was quite frankly extraordinary. Hectic two years he's proved parliaments for which he was rebuked by the supreme court is expelled. Twenty one grandees from the conservative party. Costea ms majority and he's being reelected with a massive majority. If you look at his life personally he's had a child he's supposed to second wife. He's marriages stood. Wi fi almost died all curve. Nineteen so there's been no

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"suffolk" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. I think the myth of oil and serial killer is As big as it is, is because Chief of police of the 11th largest police department in the country. Is a suspect. I can't think right now, because if I say it, I'm the wind up dead. Do you want to start with How this entire thing started. It was a sex party. If you're not knowledgeable about Suffolk County, do you think it's the Hamptons? It's not. It's the Amityville Horror. One night, Some woman came screaming out of there and was running with no shoes on. It's been 10 years since 11 bodies were found on Long Island. The case is still unsolved. We want to know why. I'm Alexis Linkletter. I'm Billy Jensen from ID and Joke Productions, a new seven part podcast that tells the untold story of the Long Island serial killer investigation unraveled the Long Island serial killer. Thin and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one app. The free I Heart Radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover.

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"suffolk" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk" Discussed on WBUR

"Just a moment. Suffolk District attorney Rachel Rollins says it appears the man who police say shot two people in Winthrop this weekend was acting alone, Authorities say. Ramona Cooper and David Greene were fatally shot by 28 year old Nathan Allen on Saturday. Allen was later killed in a shootout with police, Cooper and Green. We're both black Allen was white. Rollins says. It appears the victims were both innocent bystanders and that investigators have found anti Semitic and racist writings at Allen's home. At first glance, Ramona Cooper was simply walking across the street. The only two people that he opened fire on were too visible People of color who happened to be black in Winthrop. Rollins says. Both state and federal authorities are investigating Allen's background. A new community fridge in Lynn is now operating 24 hours a day near City Hall. Fridge is run by the organization Lynn Community FRIDGE Project. It's the first in the city and offers fresh fruit produce. Dairy and more. Co founder Emily Buckland says the fridge has seen a lot of usage and donations since it opened up earlier this month. Every time that I have gone down there to either check on it or clean it or donate. There has been a whole new set of food, so that means that it's working. People are taking when they want and people are doing anyone they want. Buckland says. The fridge has run entirely by volunteers who helped stock Organize and clean the fridge and freezer in the forecast. It will be mostly sunny today. Highs in the mid nineties with heat index values around 100. Partly cloudy tonight and not much cooler lows in the mid to upper seventies. Right now. It's 88 degrees in Boston. This is 90.9 W B U R W bur. Supporters include Capital one.

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Want to Talk About Video Games?

Talking Tech

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Want to Talk About Video Games?

"That everyone who listens to talking tech knows you and i like video games. But there's so many games out there. We can't get to them all let alone do a deep dive on them right. Yes absolutely so. One of our editors josh avera came up with this idea of giving readers forum at usa today to talk about a beloved game or anything else in video games. They're passionate about so you can go to tech dot. Usaa dot com. Go to video games and one of the examples of this is a story about microtransactions written by it professional leaf morganson. If you play video games you've likely come. Across a micro transaction is basically. When you're in the middle of a game and you get a prompt that asks you if you want to pay say dollar or two dollars or more for suffolk virtual money or upgrades to your character. Now as leaf points out you can usually earn virtual credit in the game to pay for those things. But if you're like me or fear like other players you might not be as patient One example he brings up is a sports video game and with a lot of the sports video games. They have a mode where you can create your own player and say do this in the nba. And you can start from rookie season and work your way up in as you play each game you'll build up your skills and you'll get better and better so you might start out like with a sixty rating out of one hundred but in order to have a player that can be competitive. You might want to get it up to eighty five or ninety or something like that so trying to grind that out and get to that level can take a while you have to play a lot of games and it can take depending on how much time. You're spending several weeks a month. How retakes or you can spend money. And that means that you know in on top of the money you may have spent on a console game for example like sixty dollars or seventy. If you're on next gen you're talking about paying way more for video game than you expected so in this story leaf admits that he pays his way sometimes but suggests you get more out of earning your experience and at the same time giving game companies all your money by trying to develop your character naturally instead of using it with your dollars.

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"suffolk" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"That would be something. We need more leaders with that had vision because Well we've been doing is bandaids on things the last two years. That's exactly right. John and and again you were out of your time on this. We've got to get back into the business in this country of doing big bold things of leading in the world we can't have china You know essentially on something like this eating our lunch. Where they're they're building these twenty-first-century projects and we're just not making it happen. You know that's not our country. It's not what we've ever been about and it's time it is time to make a turn on that and i believe this is a bipartisan issue. you know this is. This is not republican democrat. This is about Driving the economic future of this region And and the country for the next fifty hundred years. I agree with you. I even knew was taking care of our friends. In staten island. We were going to put monorails or yuna rails connect the system recreate. Staten island brooklyn through Maybe the verizon bridge on site right. yeah that's those connections are critical if you want to create economic growth you know coming out of the pandemic as we talked about before. They're going to be changes in the way we live and work And you probably going to have this hybrid where people are working at the office. But sometimes they're working from home. If we can create a high speed rail network that stitches together the region brings everything closer together. You can have a lot of these industrial cities that are going to have new housing opportunities. That will now be able to commute to these innovation centers where the jobs are located also work from home so the the possibilities are incredible. And i know something like this would would help. Power the economy for decades to come one hundred percent In addition just suffolk county The indians of suffolk county have decided that they went. Open up a casino. But say let's say you yes. Well listen This shinnecock nation Is critically important. Part of suffolk county. That part of our family here They're also an independent nation of course and we're supportive of their of their efforts to build a sustainable economic future and we We want to see that happen and they have the right to have that happen. But i just think a casino located at that is just unworkable. And so we want to work with them. we want to support those efforts But it's it's got to be in a way that's not going to create a really nightmare scenario for The surrounding community and and the neighborhoods in that area. I agree we got a minute left. What else would you elected. Tell people of suffolk county and the people of new york that a lot of them living stuff account i would say we've we're coming up on a year now. John march ninth was the first case For covid nineteen in suffolk county and it has been a year of devastation A year of trauma..

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"suffolk" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The Senate. And the Senate needs a two thirds vote to convict and remove from office. And that's not gonna happen because you have to have a trial. And then have to prepare for a trial. There's not there's not thought it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous, but the house might try to just jam it through and I assumed out. They'll try to say they're the Republicans. The gym. Jordan's The Devon Nunez is the mat Gates is Don't try that They'll try to stop it. But I don't know exactly what the parliamentary procedures are 844 540 to 40 to get well. Rachel Rollins on it. Six o'clock, the district attorney of Suffolk County up Hey, Howie. I see you got a haircut again. Yes, I did, Grace. It looks good, doesn't it? It definitely looks better than that haircut You got a few years ago before you met the president? Remember that bad buzz cut. Howie is you love bringing that up, don't you? Well, I just think that you're bad haircut was a true testament to the wonderful work of Dr Highness. A di Stefano hair restoration Because even though you looked crazy at the time, your hair grew back, and now you look as dapper as ever. That's true, Dr. Highness did such a wonderful job on my hair? I love waking up. Every day, not worrying about bald spots or a dreaded comb over and now have a thick head of hair. And the best part of it is, it's my here getting a di Stefano hair restoration was the best decision I ever made. Well, besides hiring me, right, Howie, Like I said, Grace, it was the best decision I ever made. You heard him guys go to hair man dot com To get the hair you've always wanted get hair like Howie's go to destroy final hair restoration. They have five locations in New England, and they're open for business. That's hair man..

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