35 Burst results for "Sustained"

What Does Inflation Say About the State of the Economy?

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | Last week

What Does Inflation Say About the State of the Economy?

"I would argue that is worried as I am about the future direction in the economy and whether or not consumers can continue to sustain this level of spending, what's interesting is we actually haven't had the massive downside in the economy that you might think. I mean, I guess I'm in the minority because my kids are like, why haven't we got on vacation? Why? I'm sorry. I don't want to pay two or three times as much for the same hotel room that I stayed in pre COVID that was a sliver of the price it is now. I just, you know, ethically have a problem with that. The price of everything is going up and restaurants are still crowded and it's tough to get airline tickets. I mean, all of this suggests inflation will continue. Because if you have that demand, coupled with these inflationary pressures such as we now have in the economy and there's so many of them. Finally, the fed is doing something about it, but there will be a hangover combined with real supply chain issues, yes, because of the China thing. And of course, the energy challenges because of what's going on in Europe. I mean, this is not going to get too much better. The economy could suffer because people may start to scale back in that spending. Maybe they don't go out to dinner as much. Maybe they're going on vacation as much because at some point it's got to sink in. It's got to sink in that they get less money in their pocket. I'm looking at the numbers here and basically there was nearly a 3% drop 2.6% drop in spending power in terms of what consumers have because it inflation is continuing to rise by this much. And yet, incomes are only going up this much, right? So when you look at the real number, which I realize nobody at The New York Times wants to do because they apparently don't adjust for inflation over there when they look at incomes like, oh, incomes are higher. Now they're not. They're not higher when adjusted for inflation. People actually have less money. And that's why you're seeing, I think, frustration reflected in so many

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Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

"Hey everybody, Tyler Charlie Kirk show. What are the new results out of Ohio mean for the midterms? Our Democrats favored to win anything at all, and also a new announcement from turning point, pack, TP pack dot com that is TP PAC dot com, or you guys can contribute some grassroots donations to help America first candidates across the country that's TP PAC dot com. We talk with Tyler Boyer about that and the need to reclaim the America first mantle from the ground up. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, get involved with turning point USA at TP USA dot com or email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. I want to lead with this one thing. I have a friend of mine who's a wonderful American from Dallas, whose in real estate, probably one of the top private owners of apartment buildings in the country. And he just said, hey, Charlie, I want you to see these rent inflation crazy numbers. I'm not going to say his name just to, you know, for obvious reasons. But so this is the last 30 movements, okay? So Phoenix, for example, for the last 30, the average prior rent used to be 1325 a month for his and he owns apartment buildings all over Phoenix. Now it's 1693 a month. That means that rent has gone up 27.8% on average in Phoenix. It is last 30 movements. Austin, 23%, San Antonio 21%. Dallas Fort Worth, 18%. North Carolina, 16% Houston 15%. The real inflation rate, I said this the other day, and someone laughed at me, but when they laugh at us, that's how you know we're probably right. I said the real inflation rate is 35%. I said it's right near there. For working people, that's about where it is. If you count gas, you count food, you can't travel. You count all that other stuff. So Andrew and I were talking in the break, he says, I don't know, I don't know, have we peaked too early, Andrew said of Republicans, are we going to be able to sustain this the November? I said, look at these rent numbers. You're trying to tell me people are going to keep the people in charge over this. I don't know, but someone who does know is Richard barris, from the people's pundit, and he's wearing a tie just to make me look bad. Big data polls, Richard barris, Richard. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me back. I appreciate it. So a lot to unpack here. Let's start with kind of what happened in Ohio. What does that message send? What is your polling show? How big of a deal is what just happened in Ohio? You know, it's a big deal, Charlie, for the future of the party. The direction of the party, you know, the Trump endorsed candidates outside of JD Vance even did great. There was the first congressional district in Indiana. She won, so, you know, I mean, oh, and by the way, Ohio 9. So that was a race the media definitely was watching and trying to take out, you know, take down the Trump endorsed candidate. He did pull it off and he did incredible in an outside of Toledo, which is where a lot of people thought that Gaborone would do better. You know, so in the end, if you look at where van specifically got his support from, the reason I think a lot of these polls messed up outside of Vance's 100% correct. Outside of Remington, which was pulling for another campaign, they were just wrong. Some of the other public polls didn't really catch Vance's full support because when a pollster does a likely voter model, I suspected this was happening and it did. Those new Trump accounts, they're not really Republicans, Ohio has a lot of them. And they'll tell you, I'm going to vote. I'm likely to vote or I'm certain to vote. But then the pollster will go back and look at vote history and in a primary. If they're not a two out of four voter, meaning they voted in at least two and the last four primaries, they'll get screened out. And because these voters are newly Republican and close primary, they didn't have much vote history and you could see it all over. Mahoning, Youngstown, trumbull, the election day and wood in the northwest, just south of Toledo. That was Trump vote. That is Trump vote. And then Vance did excellent, obviously. In Cleveland, Hamilton county and the suburbs around it. So at the end of the day, it sent a very clear message. The president saw a very strong grip on the Republican Party without a doubt.

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Mark Levin Predicts Blackouts Due to Overworking the Electrical Grid

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin Predicts Blackouts Due to Overworking the Electrical Grid

"We're speaking to tens of millions of you On terrestrial radio tens of millions of you in the aggregate satellite radio podcast streaming apps we're speaking to tens of millions of our fellow citizens I have predicted here on fortunately sadly that we are going to have brownouts and blackouts Because of the strain that's going to be put on our electrical grid and our production of electricity period There can never be enough windmills or solar panels to make up the difference or create electricity It's not going to happen The technology is not yet there And it doesn't happen because people pass laws or make demands Those are called politicians who never get dirt under their fingernails Or have sleepless nights trying to develop products and technologies You can also see we're beginning to have shortages of other necessities That sustain us Paper Paper Why would that be Because the decisions of this administration

Tucker Carlson: Nina Jankowicz' One Skill Is Level Partisan Attacks

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: Nina Jankowicz' One Skill Is Level Partisan Attacks

"Tucker Carlson last night. His analysis cut 15. Here's Tucker after he watched the Nina jankowicz, the new disinformation czar, channeling Mary Poppins to announce on TikTok, her new role, here was Tucker's classic response. Since the point of the show, we're going to say we're kidding, we're making all of this up. It's not really happening in the country you were born in, but it is happening. That's now a law enforcement official. It's also the person you just saw an individual who brags about getting a master's degree from Georgetown university. In case you were wondering if the entire academic credentialing machine that sustains America's ruling class is in fact a joke spoiler alert, yes, it is a joke. This is somebody was so few useful skills that she describes herself in the first words of her own bio as a quote internationally recognized expert on disinformation. As if that's a job of some sort. Imagine if one of your kids grew up to be an internationally recognized expert on disinformation. The shame you would feel. The pain of knowing that truly an unequivocally you had failed as a parent. After all those years of advanced education, Nina jankowicz became an internationally recognized expert on disinformation. And not only that, she can't even rhyme very well. When Nina Jenkins can do her one skill, the purpose for which she was hired is level partisan attacks on the other side with maximum ferocity. That is her real job. Now you may have noticed if you listen carefully to the diddy did she just say that every example of disinformation her karaoke performance came from people who oppose Joe Biden's policies? Is that a coincidence? Probably not.

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Yellen says new $500M is 'only the beginning' of Ukraine aid

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Yellen says new $500M is 'only the beginning' of Ukraine aid

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US rocked by 3 mass shootings during Easter weekend; 2 dead

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

US rocked by 3 mass shootings during Easter weekend; 2 dead

"There there there there were were were were three three three three mass mass mass mass shootings shootings shootings shootings over over over over the the the the Easter Easter Easter Easter weekend weekend weekend weekend in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. to to to the the the shootings shootings shootings took took took place place place in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina the the the other other other in in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh where where where two two two seventeen seventeen seventeen year year year olds olds olds died died died in in in at at at least least least eight eight eight were were were wounded wounded wounded that's that's that's after after after police police police say say say shots shots shots were were were fired fired fired during during during a a a party party party at at at a a a short short short term term term rental rental rental property property property in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina authorities authorities authorities are are are investigating investigating investigating a a a shooting shooting shooting at at at a a a night night night club club club early early early Sunday Sunday Sunday that that that wounded wounded wounded at at at least least least nine nine nine people people people and and and on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina nine nine nine people people people were were were shot shot shot and and and five five five sustained sustained sustained other other other kinds kinds kinds of of of injuries injuries injuries while while while trying trying trying to to to flee flee flee the the the scene scene scene of of of the the the busy busy busy mall mall mall in in in Columbia Columbia Columbia I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler

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 Russia promises to ramp up missile attacks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Russia promises to ramp up missile attacks

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Russian military's damaged Black Sea flagship sinks

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Russian military's damaged Black Sea flagship sinks

"The the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military has has has has sustained sustained sustained sustained another another another another major major major major blow blow blow blow in in in in the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war that's that's that's that's already already already already seen seen seen seen as as as as a a a a historic historic historic historic blunder blunder blunder blunder the the the the flagship flagship flagship flagship of of of of Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea fleet fleet fleet fleet has has has has sunk sunk sunk sunk though though though though just just just just what what what what happened happened happened happened remains remains remains remains unclear unclear unclear unclear we we we we cannot cannot cannot cannot confirm confirm confirm confirm the the the the the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian reports reports reports reports that that that that it it it it was was was was hit hit hit hit by by by by a a a a missile missile missile missile but but but but we we we we are are are are also also also also not not not not in in in in a a a a position position position position to to to to refute refute refute refute that that that that Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman John John John John Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby says says says says the the the the US US US US does does does does believe believe believe believe there there there there was was was was a a a a significant significant significant significant explosion explosion explosion explosion and and and and fire fire fire fire on on on on the the the the cruiser cruiser cruiser cruiser mall mall mall mall scuba scuba scuba scuba and and and and while while while while the the the the defense defense defense defense official official official official website website website website earlier earlier earlier earlier it it it it appeared appeared appeared appeared the the the the ship ship ship ship was was was was moving moving moving moving on on on on its its its its own own own own we we we we are are are are no no no no longer longer longer longer able able able able to to to to make make make make that that that that certainty certainty certainty certainty shortly shortly shortly shortly after after after after Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby spoke spoke spoke spoke the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military said said said said the the the the ship ship ship ship sank sank sank sank while while while while being being being being towed towed towed towed to to to to port port port port it's it's it's it's a a a a loss loss loss loss greatly greatly greatly greatly reduces reduces reduces reduces Russian Russian Russian Russian firepower firepower firepower firepower in in in in the the the the Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea on on on on top top top top of of of of being being being being a a a a symbolic symbolic symbolic symbolic defeat defeat defeat defeat the the the the Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby had had had had said said said said earlier earlier earlier earlier it's it's it's it's hard hard hard hard to to to to gauge gauge gauge gauge the the the the long long long long term term term term impact impact impact impact on on on on Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's navy navy navy navy Sager Sager Sager Sager agony agony agony agony Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

"The the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular gas gas gas gas dropped dropped dropped dropped ten ten ten ten cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks to to to to board board board board dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven cents cents cents cents oil oil oil oil industry industry industry industry analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says LA LA LA LA saw saw saw saw the the the the highest highest highest highest prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five cents cents cents cents well well well well Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma saw saw saw saw the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two cents cents cents cents per per per per gallon gallon gallon gallon Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those higher higher higher higher prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump reduce reduce reduce reduce demand demand demand demand during during during during the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of March March March March if if if if prices prices prices prices are are are are high high high high enough enough enough enough so so so so that that that that all all all all right right right right yeah yeah yeah yeah we we we we demand demand demand demand continues continues continues continues to to to to be be be be weaker weaker weaker weaker than than than than normal normal normal normal for for for for this this this this time time time time of of of of year year year year then then then then we we we we may may may may have have have have more more more more than than than than a a a a few few few few more more more more sense sense sense sense coming coming coming coming we we we we may may may may have have have have sustained sustained sustained sustained it it it it gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline price price price price cuts cuts cuts cuts last last last last month month month month in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to bring bring bring bring relief relief relief relief to to to to drivers drivers drivers drivers president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden ordered ordered ordered ordered the the the the release release release release of of of of one one one one million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil per per per per day day day day from from from from the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve for for for for six six six six months months months months then then then then last last last last week week week week the the the the I. I. I. I. eighty eighty eighty eighty said said said said member member member member countries countries countries countries were were were were releasing releasing releasing releasing sixty sixty sixty sixty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their reserves reserves reserves reserves I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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What Biden Can Learn From Mitch McConnell

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | Last month

What Biden Can Learn From Mitch McConnell

"Micah Manuel sitting in for Brett Bret had interviewed leader McConnell on the hill and did not get back to the studio. We were in studio. That's the first time I've done a studio panel in more than two years. We've been doing boxes last time I did a studio panel, was it meet the press panel in 2020. And so we're back in the studio and it's great. It's fun. I saw Juan Williams Ben Dominic in the green room. We had a great chat with Mike Emmanuel, and we got on. And I was first I wanted to reflect on the interview, Mike tosses it to me that Brett Barrett conducted with leader McConnell, cut number two. Republicans voting yay Collins Murkowski and Romney Hugh your thoughts on where we stand heading into the Easter recess, excuse me. Well, I think they got a lot of problems left to resolve. I found the interview that Brett did with the leader very, very revealing. The leader is 9 months older than the president. He was born on February 20th, 9 months before President Biden. And leader McConnell is in complete control of that interview. Brett asked tough questions. They were obviously not rehearsed. He didn't know it was coming. He hit it out of the park every time he explained why he voted against judge Jackson and her justice confirmation hearings are different from those that assaulted Kavanaugh. And I just sat there thinking to myself, I think the president could learn from the leader that he ought to sit down with people like Brett and have conversations like that to demonstrate that he's not infirm and that he's in control because the leader wasn't control. He got his message out, even in the face of tough sustained questions.

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Final 48 Hours to Support 'Food for the Poor' Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last month

Final 48 Hours to Support 'Food for the Poor' Campaign

"Also am so pumped about the momentum that we right now have in the final 48 hours of our food for the poor campaign to rush food and medical supplies to the people of Ukraine thousands of dollars poured in yesterday. You are doing it. I think we're going to hit a big number. My personal goal is a 150,000 of worth of food, water, medical supplies, word about a 130 now. We could get there in two days. I need you. I need your help because food for the poor and their strategic partner feed my starving children are racing to get food and water and medicine throughout Ukraine. We are in the final 48 hours of our campaign. There's still time for you to help. Please, please consider making a generous gift. I need you today and tomorrow yesterday was a huge day. We're done tomorrow. Final day of the campaign has to end tomorrow. So in our final 48 hours, won't you please sustain the momentum we have going right now? Please go to Mike online dot com. Click on the help Ukraine banner or phone in your donation to 8 four four 8 6 zero hope. 8 four four H 6 zero four 6 7 three and thank you. Thank you. Thank you

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How Is the Obama Administration So Insulated From Media Scrutiny?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

How Is the Obama Administration So Insulated From Media Scrutiny?

"We saw coming out of the Patriot Act, as you said, that first few years of W's and George Bush's administration into the Obama administration. You know, one of the things that I think is so underreported is Obama administration and we're transitioning this into a little bit later, was so, oh, we're going to get along with the world. We're using this. They were one of the heaviest users of drones and I mean, I mean, how do they how does the Obama administration continue to be so insulated from scrutiny from the mainstream media, even after he's been out of office now for so long? It's a mindset. Listen, I remember the summer of 2008 like it was yesterday and the media was cheering on Barack Obama. There was no chance for John McCain to win that election because the media had fallen in love with the idea that the first black president was going to be elected and then he had this great new liberal progressive agenda that would take us away from the policies of George W. Bush and the wars. In fact, Obama sustained those wars continuously, continued to exercise in some cases, extend the powers of the Patriot Act and became a regular consumer of information that had been unmasked and in fact the unmasking requests under Obama went way up. So did the violations of civil liberties. That's one of the most important things in November of 2016 as Barack Obama is about to head out the door. He drops on the fisa court. Oh, we forgot to tell you about 5 years worth of violation. Sorry about that judge. And they drop all of these violations as they're going out of the door so they wouldn't get in trouble. If the Trump administration came to the court, 5 years of just chronic violations of American civil liberties, they had less regard for civil liberties than the Bush administration. The record in the fisa court is now ultimately clear about that.

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Russia says Ukraine talks are progressing but military onslaught continues

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Russia says Ukraine talks are progressing but military onslaught continues

"Russia says U. cream talks are progressing well the onslaught continues with Russia's ground advance on Keith schooled despite the sustained bombardment statements from both sides suggest room for the tools to make progress Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says a neutral military status for Ukraine is being seriously discussed at business like tools well you cranium president follow the maven ski has described it rushes the moms for ending the war that's becoming more realistic I'm Charles hello this month

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Victor Davis Hanson Shares Some Potential Post-War Scenarios

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson Shares Some Potential Post-War Scenarios

"The outcome, whether the fighting continues unabated for months to come, whether there is some kind of negotiated settlement whereby larger parts of Ukraine are partitioned off. What is the best way to describe the potential scenario afterwards? Right now it's not a Cold War because it's civilians of being shelled thousands of Ukrainians have died tanks are being blown up. Is it right to say this stage that we have reentered or could be reentering a new Cold War? Yeah, I think a lot of it will depend on China and China's attitude toward Russia will depend on how well Russia does. If Russia becomes an international pariah and it loses, then China feels that it screwed up the paradigm that it wants to use for Taiwan. There was more international outrage and the people like the Taiwanese might fight like the Ukraine and we might supply the Taiwanese as we did. And they will blame Russia for that. And they will try to straddle, they'll be more like Indians straddle the fence. But if Putin wins and he ends up with half of Ukraine and he has an energy and food for cash from China, then I think it's going to be potentially an ES 7200 nukes that might be on the side of China in any showdown. Then I think we're headed for something that's pretty dangerous because the thing about the Cold War was the communist system was so inefficient and their GDP was so pathetic that they couldn't sustain a 50 year war, but China's a communist country, but it's got a Proto capitalist system in its flush with cash and we never had people in the Cold War that were compromised like they are now with China. So many people are making so

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Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $4.43

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $4.43

"The average price for a gallon of regular grade gasoline nationwide has shot up to a record high I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look the new average prices for forty three that's a twenty two percent increase over the past two weeks a whopping seventy nine cents the fuel price analyst trilby Lundberg says diesel is up even more the dollar eighteen per gallon and that diesel hike will further feed inflation the diesel fuel impact on consumers are so extreme the publisher of the Lundberg survey notes oil prices were already going up but Russia's invasion of Ukraine in the sanctions that's prompted especially with the combination of the banned by the US on imports from Russia are driving this price surge because Russia is the second biggest exporter of oil after Saudi Arabia and it follows a sustained period of curtailed global output or some OPEC members unable to keep up with production targets and the decline in US production Mr whether gas prices pause a little ago yet higher Lundberg says the only unlikely thing is for them to grow up right now I'm Ben Thomas

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Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement

"And I really don't think we should get bogged down in vitriol on this because there's a lot of middle ground in this okay I mean obviously as I mentioned in the beginning of the show as discussed about Israel often you know if Israel stopped fighting tomorrow they'd be obliterated If the Palestinians stopped fighting their BPs The same thing applies to Russia and Ukraine right now Putin is clearly the aggressor in this situation regardless of what you feel our involvement should be Sure I mean I think a lot of the disagreement on the right stems from being played an unideal hand for so many years What do you do now And to me it all gets back to the fact that the whole nostalgia of the Soviet Union and defending Eastern Europe from the Soviet Union back in the days of Pope John Paul Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan that's predicated on a moral and just west United States government NATO government We have so many problems here at home with governments that are no longer democracies Reagan used to quip about you can go to the Oval Office and say breaking sucks as president and you could go to Gorbachev and say Reagan sexist person and get away with it That's good And I played that on my show recently and I was thinking it's so sad to look at Trudeau and gradually what's happening here with DHS monitoring opposition people being thrown in jail for political crimes without bail we have our problems here so that's why a lot of us have a difficult time barreling in headfirst to a foreign conflict before we even get into the details just because NATO is corrupt The United States government I hate to say has a lot of problems with it So we're not going to be able to sustain the proper policy

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U.S. Truckers Convoy Does Not Want a Repeat of Ottawa

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Truckers Convoy Does Not Want a Repeat of Ottawa

"This has been an incredible experience for me to talk to grassroots Americans who know that this is more than a convoy. This is a movement. And as I visited with Maureen Steele and Brian brazzo and others who've organized the various convoys that have sort of converged here in Hagerstown this weekend, I got a sense of how determined they are to form a movement. They want to call it an accountability movement, a movement where those representatives and election elected officials who vote to continue the unconstitutional emergency powers and the mandates and the lockdowns are held accountable. The voters need to hear from these politicians and the organizers know it and these grassroots Americans behind me know it as well. We saw a little bit of drama with a couple of trolls pretending to be safety officials urging them to all move out at 3 o'clock and of course that wasn't happening. That was one of Maureen Steele's big concerns as she told me. They don't want Ottawa here. They don't want to disrupt anything. They just want Americans, voices to be heard against the government overreach that we've been witnessing for the last two years with shot shock and horror. No politician should tell another American that they can not sustain their job the way they make a living because they don't want to inject a medicine in their veins or they don't want to wear a mask or they don't want to follow these incredibly overreaching draconian guidelines and that's what this movement is

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Pastor Kim Owens Describes What 'Revival' Means to Her

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Pastor Kim Owens Describes What 'Revival' Means to Her

"Revival obviously is when the spirit of God moves and stuff happens and people realize, wow, God is doing something. So when you talk about it, what do you mean by it? Yeah, that's very accurate. Sometimes we just use the word just kind of as a polling point, but you know, we have reference points, great reference points of past revivals that we can look to as standards and as criterion and God wants to do that and he wants to do even greater than that. But as far as we're concerned, first of all, just say there's many accurate definitions of revival and I believe all of them are probably valid. What we have said here, Eric is and what the mandate the assignment that we feel at the lawyer has given us is to burst build a sustained revival revival being the manifested presence in power of God that is sustained. What we have seen in history is that revivals come and they go. There are outpourings or outpourings of the spirit outpourings have gone outpourings of the Holy Spirit that come and, you know, they may last weeks, they may last a few months, maybe in a few years. But what the burden of the lord that we have here is that once that revival is birthed, once the presence and the power of God is birthed and be manifested. What can we do to keep the fire burning on the altar? So of our hearts, personally, and then of course corporately as we come together as a church or as churches, what can we do, how can we raise the spiritual bar so that our spiritual pursuit continually pulls on the manifested presence of power of God? And here's the rest of the definition, if you will, that results in transformation because that, that is the test. The presence and the power of God, when it is manifested in a personal life in a corporate atmosphere, no matter where that may be, it should result in transformation.

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"sustained" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"It's very easy for me to be really effective in the mornings, and then that afternoon, two, 3 o'clock, and I could just be like, man. I want to go outside, take a walk, come back, turn on some Netflix, eat some carbs. That can be my afternoon if I'm not careful. So here's what I do. I have a checkpoint in the mid afternoon. To recognize reward, appreciate anything that I have done today. Anything that I have done today, and that midpoint checkpoint for me on my phone, I just have an alarm. Mine tends to go off around two 30 or 3 o'clock in the afternoon. It just flashes to me and it says what's been great today. What's been great today? And so that will kill me. All right, it's time to visit what's been great today. So let's think about something I've done. It could be like, I answered ten emails today that I have been avoiding. Good job. It can be as simple as I made that one call. I said I was gonna call, did it. I shot that content created that thing, whatever some type of like, listen, motivation is often driven by recognition. So recognize what you have done so far in the day. Early afternoon. Then what I do in order to keep myself motivated even more, here's what's great so far. And then I ask you some question. How do I complete this day with that? Simple touch point in the afternoon, how do I complete this day with excellence? So I will look at the rest of the day whether that's two hours more four hours more 5 hours more, 6 hours more, whatever it's gonna be for me and I go, okay, how do I think through the rest of this day with real excellence? And when I can connect with that, I'm telling you, it's just so part of me and it really makes me want to serve. So please think about having a mid afternoon connection point to keep yourself motivated, you'll feel a whole different quality of life come in. I promise it's a different experience for people because most people they're just running and gunning through the day, they don't realize or understand or accept how challenging it is to lose motivation. And so they've gone many people, they've gone weeks without being motivated. They're going through the motions. But there's no energy. There's no emotional pull toward something better and because they're lacking that emotional pull what ends up happening. They dog it. They don't contribute as much. They react and sort of create and all of a sudden a couple weeks later, they're like, I don't know why I'm so unfulfilled. Well, no doubt you're so unfulfilled because you haven't been Tapping into that emotion of motivation. When we lack motivation, it is a slippery slope to suffering. So please recognize that you must cultivate more motivation. But I also really believe that a lot of motivation is simply lost because of fatigue. So let's say you're doing all those things, but you're wiped out you're tired. Like a lot of motivation really rests on how you feel physically. If you feel lethargic, it's harder to be more motivated. You can still do it by doing what I've talked about. Re cue yourself, reconnect with those things. But health wise. It's really critical for you to say, okay, if I want to be motivated long term, I need to feel greater levels of mobility and energy in my body. So if you ever hung around me, I'm constantly bouncing and moving and breathing. You see some of these practices, this breath work that I do, that I'm activating and open up my body. So I'm managed my sleep, my diet, my health in ways that support my mental clarity and energy. And I know that sounds sometimes people think motivation is just a mental game. I'm like, yes, but your mind and your body are connected. Your body is lethargic, so is your mind, right? That brain body connection is real, y'all. And I know you know that. You've been sick. You tired. There's other times when you've been out of shape. You feel terrible, so I'm here to encourage you..

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"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

04:34 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Where do we go from here. Yup so there are few things were working on. One is a medicare immigration. I will get too far. Reads on this big of complicated but we have finally gotten agreement with puzzle service in the unions to integrate medicare into the retirement system of the us. Postal service the puzzle service had been paying medicare along but many of their retirees were choosing private health plan so that will save the puzzles a lot of money and put a lot of pressure on hopefully on raising raising prices. Because you know what are the big problems we face now is just bit that we have increasing prices strongly increasing prices with declining service. So i sort of make the jump. They're charging more and more for less and less until they are going to charge us. Everything for nothing. And then they're going to become fettes you know. I mean because they're so obsessed with a with a package delivery that i think the rest of us who are paying the bills are getting squeezed out and let me say that. I don't personally blame Postmaster general detroit for this. I blend congress because if you're serious about universal service which members of congress should be serious about universal universal service day should take responsibility for making sure that puzzle sisters adequately funded. This should not be a. Let's drive everybody out of business and then figure it out later wretched. I get yelled at because people. Tell me my podcast go too long as you've got one more question one more advocacy issue. Fun question i've always been reporting on a publishing a news specifically for about twenty five years now and i know firsthand that we're not great in newspapers it sort of tooting our own horn if you will and that's largely because of the nature of our job we we tell other people's stories and we're not great at telling our own story and i was reading. How the washington post recently started a brand campaign and even had a primetime television ad recently. Which i haven't yet seen. But i understand it's pretty compelling. Should we across the industry bread. Be thinking about our branding and an end. Tooting our own horn if you will absolutely and this has been a problem in the industry that were shy because we we think what we do is important that we don't want to treat it like a some kind of a marketing gimmick. And so. i think there's been hesitation about that but listen if we don't tell our story no one else and one the things that we're focusing on. We've begun to see on this month. Actually will continue. All of next. Year is an effort to tell our story to federal agencies. Because what we're finding is that federal agencies are spending a lot of advertising dollars In ways that do not reach community newspapers. And we're trying to figure out why we had several meetings on this issue. And i think that the education aspect to this community. Newspapers are out there that you know. We're the right kind of is for federal advertising dollars. And i think that there's a education standpoint of You know we're out there. We can help you do this. And so We've committed to making this project for the entire year. I hope we success with that. I i was so offended. And we have this. We can do it. vaccination and not a single united states. At least that i could helpfully someone will call me and say well. You're wrong. i got one all right. Well thank you brett. Thank you and once again. This is a critical time for us to get out there be active. Let's let our readers know anyway. We can how important local journalism is so we can brand ourselves better than let's lot. Let's see what we can do to get Brett some morning line from sixty percent maybe sixty five to seventy conversation. Thanks so much for everyone. Stay well in please. states stay on our website subscribed. We'll keep you up to date as this moving. Changing target is just so important. We'll just make sure you're constantly reporting on this gretchen. Thanks for your time..

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"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

08:02 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Periods. So i get that through because the n. a. b. kept bringing me and said well look your main but i don't know what i'm doing. They would wind me up. They'd spend the whole day in their office. Telling me what to say. And then i go into that famous office. The one where the people were hiding under the desks and sit. I have a picture of me with mitchell. So what i'm saying is local rocks with these people. Am i breath by right scream that they wanna talk to us. The local absolute press absolutely. I tell people you know we're community we have. We're lucky enough to have seventeen hundred paying dues members across the country one at least one in all fifty states. But you know we're not we're not a wealthy organization and as i tell everybody introducing them to internet. I say we don't have a lot of money but we are very loud. You know if you have members Newspaper lung newspapers. Almost every congressional district in the country and they many of them personally no their members of congress. That's where that's where things get done. Now yes we do have representation on the hill from three lobbying firms in fact But our real power is when we when we send up the flag and say okay. Pick up your phones and members not that know. We members have a great respect for internet. We've been around since eighteen eighty five you can imagine. And they know that we represent the komo kind of greenidge or They're still comfortable with so We yeah people pick up our calls and we can make a lot of them and they're still other organizations supported mrs well. We've got dean ridings at america's news payouts dave chevron at at the alliance and the they got people there national broadcasters. They're pushing his well. They want those same credits for their for their own newsrooms as well local newsrooms So that's it. We just spent the first fifteen minutes really focusing. Hopefully our audience on. Don't stop the podcast. Keep listening if you don't mind cause we're not done yet but then as soon as this is over pick up the phone or god forbid do something in your publication until your audience to do something today and contact because this could survive so my final question on algae. Sea brett is if you were an odds maker in vegas. What he given it mask is gonna make it or not six. What sixty on the record. There's the park low correction you got. I would like to be more. I would be more optimistic. But you know we as i said. We've been in this for three months now and you know we're gonna do everything we can to push it over the fisher over the line but yeah as of today i would sixty i do before we leave. Eljay said you wanna give a shout out to steve waldman at his is organization. So we've all been on a coalition called rebuilt local news. That state has been chairman of and so all the folks that you mentioned Are all part of that coalition. We've worked really well together as a group. And that's that's part of why this is any and i'm so excited that our industry is working together on. This has not been an industry. Where we've we've all jumped on things together. I'm feeling good now that we're finally realising yes gretchen. Go ahead where we before we leave this topic. I be curious brett. What you think would be the most fruitful productive symbolic gesture at this point. That individual publishers can make outside of all of the hard work that you mentioned that the associations and other organizations are doing. We saw that with pam plan. Have you seen any other publishers kind of taking that approach or something other otherwise lots of editorializing. But but i still think that the the most important thing that publishers can do that one on one contact with members or their staff. And just you know if you're a publisher don't know your member of congress that's okay call call his or her office. Tell us a you are and say that you need to speak to the staffer. Who's in charge of this issue. And and that's that's extremely valuable so it's still that one on one contact that i think today will make a difference because hiding the thing is not now. We've just got to push it over the shots and not that. I want to do lobbying one. Oh one here breath. But i remember when i was at the they stuck me in a room and play the video to me called good and bad lobbying and they showed some texan or southern. Welcome and and the staffer was there. I don't talk to you talk to your boss. And then they said bad. Do not piss off the staffer. Yeah not only covered. The capitol hill by the way that's good advice interacting within the organization. And you know and be respectful. I mean obviously we. Staffers helped drag a lot of this right. They're the ones that they're in the ear because there's so much legislation going down at the end of the day. They're they're the last person that member of congress from so. Yeah all right so quickly because we got to wrap this up wretched asked for some time as well just bounce off other advocacy issues that you just give us. What's going on gretchen. I would love to talk. U. s. p. s. with hume brat is my neg- 'cause i know you've given testimony on some of the problems and just this week. I was reading about To illinois based newspaper publishers. Who tested by where a house subcommittee on this issue. And i'll quote one of them. Her name was dorothy level and she told the subcommittee quote newspaper delivery outside the delivery offices. Where our mail is entered has been a problem for many years in the past eighteen months. It has reached a crisis point and we are losing subscribers in droves. Is that a problem that you're seeing with your members across the country And if so do we have a level of transparency with the usps that we understand sort of the origin of the problems. We're facing so that we can offer. I don't know some guidance. Some lobbying effort to try to fix it. Yeah so a lot of issues involving postal service That's one of them. Is delivery especially outside of the county so for much of our newspapers up until last year delivering within the county was pretty reliable unfortunately that his deteriorated deteriorated. So that even in county. Now we're having difficulties getting papers delivered on a time. When basis out of county has been a disaster. For years and our general counsel tanya rush was able to convince the postal service to form a A work working committee That she's on To address this issue. And they're trying to they're actually we've taken a few example newspapers and said okay. Let's follow those papers as they lead the state and just see what happens to instead they literally are following them from office to office to see what happens to them. We're finding out the some of the problems in some of the reasons that that is happening. Must've all want to send out a packet to california if they don't have at least fifty pieces so their way. So that's part of the problem but also usps. I have to say it's been very willing to work with us on this issue. So it's a disaster and it's gotta get fixed and especially the county delivery. There's just there's no reason for it. It's got it's got to get our our delivery Is a problem. Not only for our newspapers but also for our small business activities. I mean i've been doing this for thirty three years. And you start to develop since of the rhythm of how your business operations gonna work at your cash. Let's go to work. Well let's just been thrown out the window in the last six months so it takes forever for bills get delivered to our customers. It takes forever for payments to get back to us and just as a small business person that creates problems. So that's that's not just the newspaper problem. That's at everybody. And and that's that's not being solved in the very near future as at this time. What can we do as an industry in some way shape. I'm sorry that i take. I get your question gretchen. I absolutely no. That's exactly what i know. Now.

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"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

06:40 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Kind of an oversight role but also as binding community together and so does communities who lose newspapers really suffer to where we are. Today gretchen has questions once yesterday but other advocacy issues. I know beyond this. We're to stay on l. Gsa again because it's hot right now. It somehow got put back in to the bill beck batter. We thought bill bill. Arguing got put okay. Which part is back in. Where do we stand today. What the heck's going on wretched you. I what do you got what's going on out. So it's my understanding and i looked at Senator ron wyden sent over the latest language to me last night. So right now. What's in is the tax credits or newsrooms hiring What's out are the incentives for advertisers in the subsidies for subscribers so that is out of the legislation at this point with us a third of the loaf of bread brett. We got that right now. That's right We were a little disappointed that the the ad tax credit was not included. We actually felt that that would probably be more important for our members because not only does it help the newspaper but it also helps community grow. And if you're giving tax credits for people to advertise their business crisis as as well as as as ours. I think there were concerns about the cost. And i know that too. Many of our coalition members. We were member of coalition. That was really fighting. This many members strongly was the payroll tax. Credit was more important or most important. And we're delighted with perils excellent meeting his. We're not gonna leave the the ad On the on the side of the road forever but for today. Yeah gosh forget that in. It's wonderful lewis. I was wondering. Brad if you felt that the the way that anchor patrick in representative newhouse were able to build. That sort of bipartisan coalition. In house had to do with that advertising tax credit because to me that seems like it really As you mentioned has broader appeal if you will for our communities and small businesses. It's very likely it wouldn't surprise me at all And remember that the environment last year was very different than district because slasher. We were not tied to reconciliation. This year were tied to reconciliation which every republican is made it clear. They're not gonna vote for so it becomes more of a partisan question now so it really getting included in that is vital because we need a pass now but there was a happier time A year ago we were not tied to reconciliation. When we have these conversations suggs the island. I do think there was a lot of interest in in the tax because it would help the local businesses as much as the local newspaper. And as i said we're only there on the side of the road forever will will revisit. It is going to be in. It's gonna be tough after this year with elections can be up and it's gonna be a very rancourous period of time but but no it's important bill and it was a great part of the bill. I'm sorry that's not injure now but You know in this business these days if you can get one. Part of your your. You've done a good day shop all right. let's go back to pimple labidi. Just for such gretchen. I read. I loved her story. You're interviewing a company that has thirty separate community titles that surround the city of oregon. Plus they also have a biweekly weekly in the centers. they tined it for a reason. Correct me if i'm wrong gretchen. Because when you spoke to garber and monaghan the two executives they're there. They published on thursday for a reason because they knew that that they're they're they're congressman. We're coming back to town right now. Andy we're going to see this. So is this. The time is i mean should. This is a critical week brett. Do you agree. I mean this is this. Is it get on the phone. He's screaming put up blank. Page out go pick mistake. That senator white mizzen communication with gretchen. Obviously he's He's he was a target of that message. And yes. I think now is the time this week now now so the vote happened this morning. I don't know if you know if you follow. This morning's activities is fascinating so this wasn't a vote on the actual bill a veteran rules it was the longest vote held. Vote in congressional history. This morning Because the leadership really wanted this to pass this morning and they held without out for hours and could not get the motorist sign on until their argument now is that they wanna wait for the joint committee on taxation to actually give A ruling on expense so they wanna see that before they're willing to vote but it was the longest vote held opening congressional history. I love that so yeah but nerve-racking this is obviously very important. Bill to industry are part. Of course is a tiny sliver of what's included in reconciliation. But obviously it's what must concerned about so. Yeah it's a little bit of a biting situation. Unfortunately it's been a nailbiter for three months. So i i had. No nails left a publisher's note here because this is a moving target. We are now recording. This interview on friday afternoon november fifth twenty twenty one three fourteen. Pm eastern daylight standard. Time where. I said that correctly realistic. Because that's switching this weekend as well at on monday morning. The fifth six eighth this is going to be released. So that's why you just said yesterday. And that's why you're talking about today. I want say now if you're listening to us was released. His first thing. Monday morning this week this week this week because they're home and can i add something brett. I was a lobbyist as well. But i was not like you work in the hill. I was the president of the main Main broadcasting association in the in the early nineties. So we had george mitchell and we had bill cohen two very powerful men and virtual. Mitchell was the speaker of the house right now. Here it is it. Member main is a small state. We only had seven. Tv stations in the whole state. Maybe about one hundred radio stations. You know what i mean. And then the national broadcaster kept flying me into dc to meet with george rather meet with someone local than the national lobbyists and we were back then bread. I don't know if you're old enough to remember. This retransmission consent and must carry this on a hill.

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"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Black stitcher geezer apple. Google what have you please follow us. Watching our youtube channel smash that button below. That says subscribe hit the bell. To the right you'll get an update each and every time we upload a new episode of emp reports. I'm heard i'm sure you've heard everybody's talking about the local journalism sustainability at emp. Recently broken great stories matter of fact bringing my panel. Right now gretchen peck joined the. Would you come on into as well. Brett wester wretched. You did an amazing story for us on e. p. about the folks in oregon camplin camplin media drew. The i can't use the term. Use them hunter. How to do this bad word. They i loved it and it's not the first do applying front page. We all know the canadian newspapers do that. There was a small weekly. Wasn't there in in missouri bread. That did it once. And i didn't hear that but i would be delighted if they had but it. What a great idea to wake up your audience. i'm gretchen. what did you learn from all that. What what what did you take away from that story well. It was interesting. Because i talked to the guys at hamlin at a time yesterday when the eljay essay was actually out of the framework so everybody was panicking. A little bit you know. How can we get this back in. And they decided to really take a bold approach and published the blank front page with a very simple question. What happens if local journalists are no longer here And they were really hoping that it would inspire their readers to pick up the phone and call their legislators to try to advocate to get it that gin and within twenty four hours of course it was back in framework now whether the guys at pamphlet give them. I don't know but i think we've had some really great allies in congress on this legislation. Well the way. I see it right now is if i'm joe scarborough your emeka brzezinski and this guy here is is I don't know mike barn. I can't wait to see you. We we have just started morning. Joe by talking about the red sox without even introducing our panels. Let me let me tell you. Who's here today at the female voice. You just heard was gretchen. Pack a contributing editor here. Ian has been really on top of the local journalism sustainability at plus other stories that we're chasing brett westerner brett. I don't know which hat you're representing today. Your chair of the national newspaper association. Your ceo of a family group of newspapers and texas and oklahoma called newspapers right essentially correct. And what other hats do you wear to in the industry serves. We actually have a bigger family business. That has twenty seven newspapers in nebraska. Kansas as well as texas new mexico now so either a lot of a lot of irons in lots of fires but my chairmanship of internet is Lasted one year. So far i have another year. And i've been so excited to be involved especially government affairs because as you know. Internet is the only association that has a fulltime lobbyist for community journalism in dc. In m a which is a very good friend of ours also fulltime lobby. Of course they tend to represent larger newspapers than the smaller community weeklies and small lakes that we we represent. I actually have. My background was in dc on the hill. So i had found that atra having to newspapers this role gives me an opportunity to kind of merge those two experiences and skill sets. So i've really got to kick out of it even though it's taking quite a bit of my time but i have very much interested in nice just such a great organization to work with and really really gets a lot done as i will be able to tell you about today today. Would it be advocacy. And we're going to be discussing because you know you've been obviously it's it's not just. The local sustainability acura are following a lot of things happening. But if i make wretched since you are definitely the smart one on this and brett. You're smarter than me as well new. Let me give a three minute overview to anybody who's in our audience right now who doesn't understand what this act is about and you can tell me if i got it right or wrong. It was a brain shot. And i keep trying to tell him francis wick and he keeps saying no. It wasn't just me. But the truth is i have them on record on this very platform when reports saying. I woke up on a saturday morning. And had jerry maguire. I simply started typing a white paper. And he is of course chairman of a wick communications any bounce it off his buddy allen fiscal who is president of the seattle times now through that they both said this is a great idea and what it basically was is offering tax credits to three separate sectors to help support local journalism and that is give a tax credit obviously to the publisher who pays for someone to do local journalism. Give credit to the advertiser who supports it and give credit to the guy who's who's who's subscribing to it. So what they did is they wrote this bill and they bounce it off their to individual representatives and kirkpatrick from arizona. Who's a democrat. Dan new houses republican for washington and amazingly. They both instantly got on board and supported this legislation brett. Do i have that correct. You do it. Just three tax credits. Being offered to help journalism survive gretchen. I find it amazing because we're gonna stay on l. Gsa for just a second here that it got instant bipartisan support. I mean i don't want to go back to a darker age with a different administration screaming. The media's enemy of the people but there's been just as much democratic as republican support on the hill brett. You're not in your head. Said you agree with that right. It's getting the right. I think last year the bill was introduced last year. As you know night didn't pass last year but working with francis sin and others we were able to get. I think eighty-one co sponsors in the house. Fifty of which. I think we're democrats in the restaurant. I mean. It was very widely supported on the sides of the aisle. You know the difference in congress for their community newspapers as they think of us as opposed to thinking about Larger metros isn't when they come to their their town halls. They want us there covering what they're doing. They want us to let people know that they're going to be there and we're fronts with them. I mean most small community newspaper publishers. Now they're a member of congress. Personally so they. They look at community newspapers under a different way. And i do think that there was a sense that we need out. And of course when francis came up with this idea we were in the midst of the pandemic. No one knew how that was going to play out in an industry that was already suffering so yeah it was exciting to have all these this interesting on on the hill from besides the now it goes beyond i think just them wanting to be covered maybe on too much of an optimist to pollyanna. But don't i think if i was in congress you work the hill. Don't you have a love of the constitution or supposed to understand that that these very imperfect men a few hundred years ago wrote a perfect document where they put a final check to power in there. I mean doesn't mean it's not just you know trying looking at national government issues. I mean in a small community. You want someone looking at the school board. Am i right. You want some if we don't exist no one's there because you're not going to get major metros covering small towns anymore so it's not gonna happen so You know a lot of that we do is and there's only gonna radio station. It's all be section so we really are the only game in town and mike unsure you've seen the reports that a forbes and other places about when you don't have a newspaper vondra greece you know. I mean if if there is no nobody guarding the chicken house are the fox has free rein so we do play an important role in the business of communities and also in terms of creating community. I mean in these small towns. You know if you don't have a binding element of some kind you do lose that sense of. We're all in this together and then that's when you start seeing more and more partisan rancor in so yeah we played them for robust.

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05:25 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Anti-matter take another brief look at some of the other stories making news in science. This week with a science report and you studied is found that some classic antidepressants could help improve on the cancer treatments. The findings reported in the journal. Science transitional medicine showed that they slowed the growth of pancreatic and colon cancers and when combined with amino therapy even stop. The cats growth long term with jim is disappearing completely in some cases. It happens because in depressed people. The concentration of the neurotransmitter serotonin is reduced. In the brain but serotonin also influences many other functions throughout the body in fact the majority of the hormone isn't located in the brain but stored in blood platelets and serotonin has already been linked to the genesis. Serotonin reuptake inhibitors which he used to treat. Depression increased serotonin levels in the brain. But they also decrease peripheral serotonin in the platelets and it's that reduction which is thought to improve cancer treatment. The united states air force is undertaken successful free flight test of its whole or hypersonic abraham weapon concept the raytheon-built missile is powered by northrop. Grumman scrammed jet a scratch. It is a supersonic combustion ramjet it was drop launched at high altitude from an aircraft and then initially accelerated with a rocket engine before the scrammed jet took over the mission. Managers say the free flight test successfully demonstrated the hawk vehicle integration and released sequence. It safely separated from the launch aircraft. It's booster ignition and boost phase operated normally push. The separation then occurred as it should and the scrammed jet engine ignited just as it should providing hypersonic cruise. The flight showed the scrammed. Jake compressing coming mixed with its hydrocarbon fuel and began igniting that fast. Moving airflow mixture. Repealing the cruiser to speed of willow the five times the speed of sound or remaining within the atmosphere hypersonic missiles travel so fast anti missile systems cat. Stop them and they hit the targets. At such high speeds they impact with kinetic energy equivalent of four tons of tnt. So they don't need to carry any explosives once operational. it's envisage. the hawks will be mounted on f. A eighteen super hornets growl of fighters as well as f thirty five. Still fighters and poseidon maritime patrol aircraft. Archaeologists have discovered a previously hidden neighborhood linked to the ancient mind city of takao in guatemala. The area which was covered in thick rainforest was detected by light our analysis. It revealed that what was previously seemed to obey natural hills was actually in eighteen hundred year. Old ruined citadel. The findings reported in the journal. Antiquity should that this neighborhood was apparently designed to look like the ancient mind city of teotihuacan the largest most powerful city in ancient mizuho america scientists. Say the newly discovered structures provide game changing evidence that the imperial power of teotihuacan exerted considerable influence on t. cow an e. Paranormal helpline in india is providing the general public with a scientific alternative to the usual clairvoyance exorcists. Sis as in ghost hunters. Tim mendham from a strain. Skeptic says the paranormal helpline helps dispel people's blind faith and superstitions by giving them scientific explanations and logical reasoning to the reality behind the apparent paranormal events. People think they witnessed story also. He's advise you on who's who goes to Some kind of support. Your paranormal belief turns to be a particular skeptic. His paranormal investigator. Everybody seems to go in to find out the truth behind. Goes claims not the supposed- truth but looking through and be skeptical eventually guide. He's actually saying about the health line for people who concerned about guys and holidays et cetera in india which is a fairly strong streamer superstitious beliefs in india. And he's there to help them at probably explain. What's really happening in this situation. So it's a skeptic how long the very interesting thing they get fined calls from people on the front line of the skeptic's australia i gotta find people buried district and i try and give a bit of explanation for what might be happening to them. But obviously i'm not medically trying. I'm trying to in psychology or anything like that. So i can go sifi. It looks like this guy had a lot of experience in paranormal investigation. On his right visiting haunted houses and that sort of stuff so he had some runs on the board in knowing what exactly is going on but he's had about a thousand kohl's coming in all the time one thousand calls per year thousand calls per year is quite a lot of people coming for with him and wanting explanations of what i've seen some people are just curious about it. Want to discuss the concept really saying my house is what should i do. So he sits down with them. And what's the second stances uses some critical thinking which is always good to sign the act up dannebrog stacks. What's actually happening. And let's see there's another explanation for it and that's what he does useful. Say this is obviously you had mocking by the reaction. He's got them from.

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"sustained" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The european space agency's chip space telescope is now over halfway through. Its plan mission to study distant worlds orbiting. The stars chip stands for characterizing. Exo planet satellite it was launched in december twenty nine teen aboard a russian soyuz forget rocket from the european space agency's kourou spaceport in french kiana together with three small. Cubesats chops was deployed into a seven hundred and twelve kilometer. High sun synchronous orbit the two hundred and seventy three kilograms spacecraft uses the thirty centimeter telescope to determine the size of known exoplanet three bodies. It's specifically target stars hosting earth to neptune sized planets. The data gathered by. The mission allows us strana miss to estimate the mass density composition and even likely formation history of these exit planets isa. Tv's dominic detain speaking with chips project. Scientists kate isak the satellite that will be looking at exoplanet. On next to me is get isaak. She's the project scientists of this initial explained to us what it is with. Pleasure is a satellite in easter science program. The i couldn't in kale stands for characterising exoplanets. Satellite man is exactly what we do. We observe stars that are known to host exoplanets so in that way we know where to point and went to point and we will mesh output of these stars and look for the transit of the planet across the disc of the star so we will look for the small changes in lights that will take place. When the planet moves across the star our observations could take six eight ten twelve hours and by measuring the dip. We can determine the size of the planet by combining the size of the planet with its mass. Were able to determine its mean density by combining this with information that we have about the host star itself we can stop to say something about something very concrete about the composition of the comet its internal structure and so start to lead onto its structure formation and evolution history very important information about planets beyond our solar system and this is the first one this is done. I mean you work through. But you don't know exactly i mean. This is the the the value of value of k ups with following up on known targets so instead of mission such as keppler tests and indeed plato. Isa's future planet mission. We know where to point. So we're able to make very efficient observations. We move and point towards a star when we know that the planet is going to transit so instead of spending several months maybe pointing at a bank a fraction of the sky looking for the transit monitoring very many thousands of stars and looking for small dips in their output who are able to go quickly around the sky. Maybe spend ten twenty thirty hours on known stars known bright stars and to measure the size of their planets that way you mentioned the deep meaning the to be something in trump of the star or the sun because it's sorta assistance. You're looking at systems. So what we're doing is we're looking at the planet as they orbit around their host star so in the same way that earth goes around our star our son other planets orbit their own stars. And what we will do is we will monitor these stars and we were look for. These dips as the planet moves across the disc the star as seen by us from a large distance. We're able to determine the size of the planet from the small dip in the out foot of stone so in the light that we measure from the stuff you to tell us if they are earth like planets life on this we'll be focusing on small planets so earth to neptune size sized planets and by combining sizes the very precise and accurate sizes that we will get With measurements from chaos with measurements of mass will be made from telescopes and observatories on earth. We can get the density now as you know density is something that tells us about what time it is made of something that has a high density. Something like mayan is very much compact whereas something has a low density is more gase earth somewhere in between so by by knowing by able to work something out about the density. Were able to say something about whether the planet is earth like or whether it's more gase instead chips project scientists. Kate isak it was speaking with easter. Tv's dominate detain and.

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"sustained" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"sustained" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sustained winds of 60 MPH. Forecasters say Nicholas could strengthen into a Category one hurricane before coming ashore. Louisiana is under a state of emergency. Secretary of State Antony Blinken testifies to a House committee today about the situation in Afghanistan tomorrow he answers questions from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The U. N says it's hoping to raise more than $600 million to help feed the people of Afghanistan. As Lisa Schlein reports the U. N is hosting a donors conference today. You and aid agencies warn Afghanistan is facing a looming humanitarian catastrophe. A severe drought is ruining the upcoming harvest and hunger is rising. The U. N reports many vulnerable Afghans, especially acutely malnourished Children and women are likely to die if they don't receive urgently needed food, water, medical care and other essential relief. Dow futures are up 188 points ahead of the open on Wall Street. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. And it's doubling NYC in New York at 8 32. Good morning. I'm Michael Hill. 75 Sunny, mostly sunny and 87 today delays on the L I. R R Service in and out of Penn Station, New York on this first day of school in New York City. The most expensive transit project per rider. That's what W N Y. C. Stephen Nessen says. The report calls the new air train at LaGuardia Airport. The air train from the Mets. Willets Point stop in eastern Queens to LaGuardia is expected to cost $2.1 billion and will only serve about 6000 train riders a day, according to the watchdog group Reinvent Albany. When the project was pitched, the Port Authority put the daily number much higher because it included people who had drive and park at the AirTrain parking lot. Reinvent Albany calls it an extremely expensive shuttle service and says the idea that this is a climate friendly project is bizarre because it will not get cars off the road. Governor, Kathy Huckle could kill the project. But she hasn't said whether she would 75 sunny, mostly sunny with a high near 87. Today, it's 8 35 on W and my C support for NPR comes from member stations and from Raymond James, a firm focused on transforming lives,.

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"sustained" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Seven verse to the lord said to gideon the people with you or too many for me to give the million nights into their hand lest israel boasts over me saying my own hand has saved me. What a great verse. God telling gideon. I'm gonna make sure that when you lead my people into the land to take the midnights it will be clear. It is not because their own hand. Your own hand has saved you. It will be clear that it is in my hand. God says who has saved you. God orchestrates our lives so that his glory is put on display. So that none of us can say. I did this ultimately so that all of us can say god alone. Did this. you know it's interesting. I think about The the tendency you or i are in number of people might have to say i did this. I did that. I think about talking. With a group of professional athletes who are obviously elite in their their trade. And who work really hard to do that. And i remember saying you might be tempted to think i have done this. I've worked hard. I i get up every morning and do this or that. I it goes this workout regimen. I eat this way. I disciplined my body. That way. And i said i have no doubt you do all of those things at the same time. Who is it that gives you the breath to wake up in the morning in the first place and who is it that gives you the strength to walk much less workout. Who is it that gives you the skill to practice our after hour after hour with all of that comes from the hand of god and it's not just for professional elite athletes. This is for every single one of us. There is nothing good in us apart. From god's grace to us and when we realized that we realize one we are living testimonies of his grace and we have grace to celebrate every single day no matter how hard times get. God's grace is all over our lives and all of it is ultimately for his glory and so we pray according to judges chapter seven verse to god we we know we need your grace today. We have nothing good apart from you. You are the source of everything that is good in our lives are the source of everything good in the world and so we look to you in total dependence upon you. We are not and we confess this together right now. We are not self sufficient people we we cannot sustain ourselves only you can sustain us only you can satisfy us your goodness we need on a moment by moment day by day basis and reappraise you. Oh god for your faithfulness to give it yours so gracious. You are so generous. You're so merciful yours so kind and we worship you today for your generosity in our lives for your grace in our lives we give glory to you for every bit of grace in our lives and there's so much of it so much that we take for granted of it and so we pray god glorify yourself maximally through us. God lead our lives. Our families our churches lead us in the world lead us among the nations so that your glory is made known and through our lives got help us to point others to you and your goodness got may we become less. And may you become greater today and tomorrow and the next day and the next day and deliver us from all boasting in ourselves at our only bose's in the cross of the lord. Jesus christ on the in the grace that he has made possible for us. We love you. God reappraise you for your generous grace and we pray that you would keep us from all pride in thinking that our own hand has done this or that when it is when anything good we have or we have done comes totally from you. All glory be tierney. Oh god may your grace toward us be to great effect for your glory through us. We pray this in jesus name according to judges chapter seven verse to amen..

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"sustained" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"sustained" Discussed on AP News

"Sustained winds by landfall. Rain bands from also making the search difficult in the rubble of a collapsed condo building in the Miami area. 36 people have died. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniel 11 Coppa says she's worried about the families of those still missing for the family members who are waiting and waiting, excruciatingly waiting. For information. They They know what is happening. They understand that the news of their loved ones may be tragic loss. A funeral was held today in the Catholic Church only blocks from the demolished building 10 year Old Lucia and four year old Emma Guara remembered along with their parents, Marcus and Anally Guara, the priest conducting the funeral, telling the congregation that some 15 other parishioners remain missing. Since the building came down nearly two weeks ago. 100 people, including two police officers, were shot in Chicago over the Fourth of July weekend 18 people died. The police Department says three of the at least dozen Children shot are in critical condition. Afghan general says he wasn't told US forces were leaving Bagram airbase until after they were gone. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby the final conversations occurred about 48 hours prior. Obviously for operational security reasons. We didn't go into the exact hour at which all US forces would would leave Bagram elsewhere in Afghanistan. Taliban attacks are on the increase about 1000 Afghan soldiers have fled across the northeastern border Intent. Tajikistan This is a P news. Ransomware gang is demanding millions after attacking a Miami based software company with thousands of customers around the world. Maybe Jackie Quinn has this Cassia has been estimating the number of businesses compromised by.

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"sustained" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sustained" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

"Because if then there my set is really took the muscle post the taco. I'll ride with another listen to business unless lifestyle program from me with me and colby said morning i understand gossett. Public holiday for nigeria. So our people would be listening to live and direct deuce Morning so all right take as the genome by h permit sustained inclusive unsustainable economic growth fool and productive employment and dissent. Were for all we used this document as a blueprint for us to take our feet take us our own indigenous ways to take mecom walk for us yes make.

"sustained" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"sustained" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

"The everyday this is the. I brought that trump back the On though is Lindsay lohan says. Where have you s. Alkyl bad nevada everyday leader people that back you the from me eat islets north of levy said morning. Inform me wager. internationale the program. We with this team live and direct to everywhere for the wards dust with new all download our app on your full prosecutors and time on the also spark pass where you feel better loop for you to while you to listen to of our programs so we don't do before and the ones any topic silent.

"sustained" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"sustained" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sustained winds over twenty three miles per hour or gusts over thirty four miles per hour could ground the sixteen giant character balloons it's possible they could fly at lower heights depending on the strength of the wind these kids got their balloon fix already watching them being inflated on the Upper West Side this afternoon thank you the NYPD is ready for the parade security involving multiple aspects will be very tired of the thanksgiving day parade in New York City the entire perimeter will be secured with our blocker cars about ninety of them and sand trucks about seventy six we'll be deploying our drone detection equipment the NYPD's chief of counter terrorism Jim waters says thousands of officers will be on or near the parade route along with bomb sniffing dogs and radiation detectors spectators reminded not to bring coolers chairs or large bags police say they will be monitoring the wind conditions and may have to lower the character balloons or take them off the route with strong winds in the forecast I'm Paul Edwards for seventy seven W. ABC news five people were injured in a shooting in the Melrose section of the Bronx this afternoon the victims included ten year old and a fourteen year old girl who was shot in the leg the shooting happened in Cortland Avenue and one hundred fifty third street around four PM all of the victims are expected to survive cops are looking for the suspect stocks rose for a fourth day in a row hitting record highs the Dow up forty two points the nasdaq closed up fifty seven and the S. and P. up thirteen in sports the Rangers host the hurricanes tonight the islanders play the kings in LA basketball action the net's hosts the Celtics on the next play the raptors in Toronto know your forecast from the Ramsey mas the weather center partly cloudy tonight going down to forty five tomorrow mix of sun and clouds very windy thanksgiving high fifty one Friday partly cloudy hi forty seven a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday bit cooler high forty three and rain on Sunday high forty eight from the Ramsey Mazda weather center it's fifty five degrees in New York fifty six in colonia from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm miles August next update at seven thirty twenty four seven coverage WABC radio dot com W. A. B. C. traffic and transit up next this report radio seventy seven W. ABC exclusive leave the radio exclusive all one on one interview with president trump tomorrow thanksgiving day at twelve noon live in a country where you can be convicted by headline talks with president trump about the latest issues impacting the country as we head into twenty four from all rivalry exclusively talk radio seventy seven WABC the red and the rabbi skillfully unites religion faith and people into the most compelling and thought provoking dialogue each week posted by internationally esteemed pastor Reverend A. R. Bernard and renowned rabbi Joe protest make the red and the rabbi invites everyone from various professional backgrounds and platforms to join the conversation as they discuss how faith fits into our everyday lives this Sunday morning at eight on seventy seven W. A. B. C. the mission of plaza Jewish community chapel happens every day ensuring that every member of the Jewish community receive a dignified Jewish burial that's what we're all about plus the Jewish community chapel established eighteen years ago is here for you twenty four hours a day call us at two one two seven six nine forty four hundred pre planned services are available plaza Jewish community chapel is truly a service not a business ABC traffic in transit just to get a standstill in the Bronx with the WABC traffic center Amy Stiller no traffic not moving across finds a loaded up sell them the way things are to the George and the deacon is jam south down from two hundred thirty third street over to the cross.

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"sustained" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sustained" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Sustained this what's up flash <music> been listening to the five initiative girls podcast. You can find more episodes and information at the five girls dot com and in all books movies games and then the other forms of media mention are owned and operated by the respective copyright holder. No copyright infringement is intended for implied. If you wish you support the show the easiest way is to leave us a rating in review on itunes or ratings and reviews will make it easier for others to find the show. If you wish to support US monetarily you you can do so patriotic dot com slash five ish vandross podcast all money goes towards fees and equipment to keep the show going for official five fingers merchandise visit red bubble dot com slash people slash five is fan girls. We love hearing from our listeners encouraged feedback. You can email us at five fan girls such email dot com you could also life and follow us on facebook at facebook dot com slash five is federal. Thank you so much for listening and made the Sweden Freebie with you yeah mm-hmm..

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"sustained" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sustained" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Have built and sustained our nation and our nation. Is greater today than it has ever been. And the president says he is withdrawing the US from an arms trade treaty because it's badly misguided. He made that announcement in a speech to the convention. Vice President Mike Pence also at that convention efforts to arrays confederates erase and confederate named from public spaces monuments and streets continue northern Virginia county is asking state board to rename a highway that currently honors confederate president Jefferson Davis. The Arlington county board voted unanimously Thursday night in favor of a resolution asking the Commonwealth Transportation Board to change the name of Jefferson Davis highway to Richmond highway the highway is also known as u s route one under state law. The county cannot change the name itself. Arlington estimates. It will have to spend seventeen thousand dollars to pay for new street signs if the board approves the change Keith Peters reporting, California State, University, Los Angeles, says six hundred fifty six students and staffers possibly. Exposed to the measles or under quarantined that number of sharply Friday from the initial report of one hundred ninety eight employees and students told the stay home earlier in the week, Los Angeles County public health director. Dr Barbara fairer says anyone who has placed in quarantine must obey the order dying and tells the person or a group of people that they need to confine themselves to particular location in order to prevent exposing others to communicable disease. More on these stories at.

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