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Fresh update on "the associated press" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the associated press" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Thousands of blankets in Kyiv. It's already freezing temperatures. In response to that, the United States is going to continue to do everything we possibly can working night and day to provide help on winterization needs to provide as much air defense and other security assistance as possible. The average winter temperatures in Ukraine anywhere from 27 Fahrenheit down to a minus four are doing what they can will keep you up to date on that one as well. The co owner of Colorado Springs club Q says anti LGBTQ hate has evolved from prejudice to incitement. Nick graza tells The Associated Press politicians calling transgender people groomers does nothing but breed violence, a shooter killed 5 17 inside club Q on Saturday. Gretzky and community leaders say they're a working to reconstitute a support system for the LGBTQ community to facilitate healing. It is three

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Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | 4 d ago

Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and

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Indonesian authorities say earthquake death toll rises to 252 as more bodies discovered beneath rubble

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Indonesian authorities say earthquake death toll rises to 252 as more bodies discovered beneath rubble

"Officials say the death toll from the earthquake that shook the Indonesian island of Java has leaped the 268 as more bodies have been found beneath collapsed buildings and over 150 people are still missing The quake sent terrified residents fleeing into the streets some covered in blood and debris and calls buildings around the rural area to collapse one woman has told The Associated Press that when at the quake hit her home in saint George started shaking like it was dancing blocked roads and damaged bridges had prevented rescuers from bringing excavators and other heavy equipment to some of the rural areas to help dig out survivors many of the dead a public school students who had finished their classes for the day and were taking extra lessons at Islamic schools when the buildings collapse I'm Charles De Ledesma

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More Twitter workers flee after Musk's 'hardcore' ultimatum

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

More Twitter workers flee after Musk's 'hardcore' ultimatum

"Twitter continues to bleed employees after Elon Musk's work ultimatum Twitter's new owner Elon Musk gave workers a choice either click on a link by close of business Thursday and pledge to work hardcore or resign with three months severance pay since taking over Twitter less than three weeks ago Musk fired the top executives booted half the company's full-time staff of 7500 and began firing engineers who took issue with him publicly three engineers who left this week told The Associated Press they expect unpleasantness ahead now that two thirds of Twitter's core services engineers are now apparently gone It's not clear how many workers took Musk up on his offer Some workers announced they were leaving on Twitter in the company's internal messaging board or took to a private forum asking questions about their U.S. visas or wondering if they'd get the promised pay The latest round of departures come just before the World Cup one of Twitter's busiest events Musk's managerial bomb throwing style has some industry insiders wondering if Twitter might soon fray so badly it could actually crash I'm Jennifer King

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Leno has surgery for burns from car fire, in good condition

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Leno has surgery for burns from car fire, in good condition

"Medical update on former tonight show host Jay Leno who was burned in a gas link fire over the weekend The doctor caring for Jay Leno says the comedian had surgery for serious burns suffered while working on one of his vintage cars Peter H Grossman head of a burned center near Los Angeles says lino is still hospitalized listed in good condition and will have further surgical procedures on the burns Grossman says Leno's wife mavis is with him and he is in good spirits The doctor says Leno suffered burns to his face hands and chest burns that a plastic surgeon is categorized as second degree or verging on more severe in a statement to The Associated Press Leno said he had expected to be down for only a couple of weeks but the doctor says he has already told the comedian it's going to take longer than that A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Republicans Pick up House Seat in Deep Blue Oregon

The Officer Tatum Show

01:05 min | Last week

Republicans Pick up House Seat in Deep Blue Oregon

"And I just want to give credit to Lori Chavez the dreamer. I think that's how you say her name. Republican who flipped the organ seat in the House of Representatives, a Republican won the U.S. House seat in central Oregon on Sunday, according to The Associated Press defeating her democratic opponent, Jamie, skinner, and handing her party a crucial victory in his push to win the majority in the House. I want us to remember her name, Chavez, dreamer, she won a tough fall race flipping a Democrat stronghold in Oregon. We have to have to remember that we are making moves. We may not have saw the victory that we wanted, we may have got punched and knocked down in a fight in which we were going to dominate, but we have some victories here that we can work off of moving forward.

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UN General Assembly calls for Russian reparations to Ukraine - The Associated Press - en Español

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

UN General Assembly calls for Russian reparations to Ukraine - The Associated Press - en Español

"The United Nations general assemblies call for Russian reparations to Ukraine I Norman hall The UN General Assembly has approved a resolution calling for Russia to be held accountable for violating international law by invading Ukraine including by paying reparations for widespread damage to the country and for Ukrainians killed and injured during the war The vote in the 193 member world body was 94 to 14 with 73 extensions It was close to the lowest level of support received by any of the 5 Ukraine related resolutions adopted by the General Assembly since Russia's February 24th invasion

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DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid 'unwinnable war'

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid 'unwinnable war'

"A man known as the most corrupt agent in DEA history is not going down without a fight and he's talking to The Associated Press about the party's sex and money amid what he calls an unwinnable war on drugs Jose rosary admits to conspiring with drug cartels to build a life of jet setting cars jewels and lovers but the former DEA agent in prison for diverting millions in drug proceeds says he's not alone in his giving up names of other DEA agents We knew the game We know DEA is about stats So our case is brought them stats And it got very good press Everybody was happy all the way around The feds are questioning two dozen agents and prosecutors Irizarry calls the drug war unwinnable to catch big fish the fed's launder millions of dollars on behalf of drug cartels It was a very fun game that we were playing The DEA says it's strength and discipline and hiring policies to ensure integrity and effectiveness I'm Julie Walker

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AP sources: US border agency leader is being forced out

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

AP sources: US border agency leader is being forced out

"There are reports the head of U.S. customs and border protection is being forced out of his job in part because of an increase in illegal border crossings this year Chris Magnus tells the Los Angeles Times he's been asked to step down or face termination and he's defending his record and says he won't resign Two sources tell The Associated Press the move is part of a larger shake up expected at the Department of Homeland Security In the fiscal year that just ended September 30th There was a 37% increase in the number of migrants stopped at the border surpassing 2 million for the first time It's more than twice the highest level during the Trump administration Jackie Quinn Washington

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Ukraine military reclaiming strategic southern city Kherson after Russia retreat

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ukraine military reclaiming strategic southern city Kherson after Russia retreat

"A former senior military figure is Frank about Russia's military failures General Ben Hodges former commanding general of U.S. Army forces in Europe describes the retreat from curzon as a colossal failure for Russia and says Russian military commanders should have pulled all their forces out of the city weeks ago to put the NEPA river between them and Ukraine's advancing troops Hodges speaking to The Associated Press says he expected Ukrainian commanders would work to keep the pressure on Russia's depleted forces in the weeks ahead possibly aiming for a future push next year for Crimea seized by Russia in 2014

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Ukraine: Photos show cemetery expansion near occupied city

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ukraine: Photos show cemetery expansion near occupied city

"Satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press show a rapid expansion of a symmetry in southern Ukraine in the months after Russian forces seized the port city of mariupol The images from planet labs at PBC highlight the changes in the cemetery at stye crumb and occupied town located northwest of the city comparing images from March 24 when Mario pull was under attack by the Russians to one taken on October 14 months after the city's fall show significant growth to the cemetery's southern fringes It remains unclear how many people were buried in the cemetery During the roughly 7 month period the center of information resilience estimates more than 4600 graves had been dug since the beginning of Russia's war in Ukraine I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Tuvalu President pushes for loss and damage costs

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tuvalu President pushes for loss and damage costs

"At cop 27 to the Louvre prime minister argues for Los and damage costs for small islanders To the Louvre prime minister Garcia natano tells his fellow leaders the world should adopt a treaty that stops the spread of fossil fuel energy much like its tried to with nuclear weapons We all know that the leading cause of climate crisis is possible to have joined one to another nations Calling for a force you feels nonproliferation treaty To steal our developments models to peruse renewables And just transition away from fossil fuels As an earlier interview with The Associated Press natano urged developed nations to step up financing for loss and damage at got 27 I'm Charles fuller

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Settlement reached in suits over FBI posing as AP reporter

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Settlement reached in suits over FBI posing as AP reporter

"A settlement has been reached in lawsuits to have an FBI agent posing as an Associated Press reporter I Norman hall the reporters committee for freedom of the press will get a $145,000 settlement following a pair of lawsuits filed after an FBI agent posed as a reporter for The Associated Press and created a fake story tactic was used in Washington state in 2007 to arrest a 15 year old making bomb threats at a high school The cases shed light on FBI agents posing as members of the media a tactic free press advocates say undermines media credibility and blurs lines between law enforcement and the press I Norman hall

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Ukrainians face nuclear threat with grit and dark humor

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ukrainians face nuclear threat with grit and dark humor

"With the Russian invasion in its 9th month Many Ukrainians no longer ask if their country will be hit by nuclear weapons They're actively preparing for that once unthinkable possibility Over dinner tables and in bars people often discuss which city would be the most likely target or what type of weapon could be used Many are stocking up on supplies and making survival plans Ukraine after all has seen the world's worst nuclear disaster At Chernobyl in 1986 in an interview with The Associated Press presidential adviser Mikayla polo yak says of course Ukraine takes this threat seriously because we understand what kind of country we're dealing with referring to Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

"After the midterms. WTO's Mitchell Miller has today on the hill. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer tells The Associated Press that not only does he think Democrats will hold on to the upper chamber, he believes they may even pick up some seeds. Republicans counter that polling shows they're gaining on Democrats and key Senate states like Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona. In New Hampshire, Republican Don baldock, who debated democratic senator Maggie Hassan this week is trying to close the gap. I have never been a politician. She's ineffective. It is working and has been working to conceal how extreme he is. The latest polls in their race have varied widely, though Hassan has had a slight lead. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. Happening today, Elon Musk will begin laying off Twitter employees, an email sent to employees last evening, notified them that they'll receive a notice by noon today Eastern Time. Informing them of their employment status, the memo follows reports that Musk planned to lay off up to half the company, staff, after acquiring it last week for $44 billion. Later this morning, we'll get an update on the nation's jobs status when the government releases the October jobs report. It's expected to show that 200,000 jobs were added to the economy last month. But CBS News business analyst shield schlesinger says, wage growth is likely to show a decrease. In October, the annual increase is likely to drop below 5% to around 4.7%. That may not be good news for workers, especially the people who are really struggling to meet this high inflation rate, but if wage growth is decelerating, it is a good sign that perhaps inflation may be peaking. A substantial hiring gain would mean wages will likely keep rising and continue to fuel inflation. Some changes are coming to metro this weekend, starting Sunday, 6 blue and yellow line stations south of Reagan national airport will reopen after being closed since September. Also, wait times are expected

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Climate Vandals Want to Destroy What They Can't Understand

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Climate Vandals Want to Destroy What They Can't Understand

"John's mirac, please do your worst. Thank you. Hey, Eric. Well, I got a new piece up at stream dot org that I think people find of interest. It's called climate vandals, want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. And this is okay. Your titles are getting longer and longer, pretty soon. They're going to be paragraph length. But please say that again. Want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. Okay. So what this is a response to that there's a wave of climate activists attacking famous magnificent works of art in museums, especially in Europe. Associated Press reports that the Vermeer masterpiece, the girl with the pearl earring. Of course. Climate activists attacked it with blue and liquid last week. They tried to constitute and splash liquid on it. They earlier this month, they threw mashed potatoes at Claude Monet at a Claude Monet painting in a German museum. And they threw soup over Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece sunflowers. Okay, now I want to be clear, you are talking about works of art that are part of the treasures of western civilization. Sunflowers, I don't know what did that go for $70 million or a $170 million few years ago. These are some of the most extraordinary works in the western civilization. And I don't know if you say it in your piece, but immediately, I think to myself, the climate activists are the Taliban, the Taliban destroyed those statues of those huge Buddhist statues. It's an amazing thing when somebody is trying to destroy or deface or vandalize something that as you say in your title can not be replaced.

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AP source: Pelosi attacker carried zip ties, in Jan. 6 echo

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

AP source: Pelosi attacker carried zip ties, in Jan. 6 echo

"Press has learned the suspect in the attack on House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was carrying zip ties The suspect who confronted 82 year old Paul Pelosi early Friday inside his California home beating him with a hammer came there with zip ties that's according to an inside source who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity zip ties were visible on some of the attackers who stormed the U.S. capitol on January 6th In another parallel to that attack police say suspect David de pappy broke into the Pelosi home asking where is Nancy the same words uttered by capital intruders who threatened the speaker dippy will be in court this week on charges of suspicion of attempted murder elder abuse and burglary mister Pelosi's recovering from surgery to his skull and multiple injuries Jackie Quinn Washington

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Massive learning setbacks show COVID's sweeping toll on kids

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Massive learning setbacks show COVID's sweeping toll on kids

"Massive learning setbacks show COVID sweeping toll on kids a district by district analysis known as the education recovery scorecard shared with The Associated Press found the average student lost half a year of learning in math and more than a quarter of a year in reading some districts lost an average of over two years of learning in high poverty areas were affected the most Test scores retreated even in places that quickly returned to in person schooling especially mass scores in low income communities Experts say COVID anxiety parental unemployment and sickness in the family also may have contributed to the decline Stanford professor Sean riordan and Harvard economist Thomas Kane compared data from a test known as the nation's report card with local standardized test scores from 29 states and Washington D.C. Jennifer King Washington

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Most in US want more action on climate change: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Most in US want more action on climate change: AP-NORC poll

"A new poll says most Americans think the federal government isn't doing enough to fight climate change despite a new law that commits the U.S. to its largest ever investment to combat global warming 62% of U.S. adults who responded to a poll by The Associated Press and the north center for public affairs research say the U.S. government is doing too little to reduce climate change yet 61% of those answering the polls say they know little to nothing about the inflation reduction at passed in August which offers nearly $375 billion in incentives to accelerate expansion of clean energy and speed the transition away from fossil fuels Democrats tout the law is a milestone achievement yet 49% of Americans polled say it won't make much of a difference on climate change 33% say it will help and 14% think it will do more harm than good Donna water Washington

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We're Being Lied to by Legacy Media, Pollsters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | Last month

We're Being Lied to by Legacy Media, Pollsters

"Because we were being lied to you right now We're being lied to you by the legacy media by pollsters We're being lied to And all you have to do is look at the recent headlines or even just listen to that clip from Joe Biden You know he's nervous You know they're nervous They see what's coming You get axios in The Associated Press with headlines saying that slavery is on the ballot And if you actually read the article to see what's in it what they're talking about what they're talking about is these 5 states who are going to be voting on whether prisoners should have to be doing labor or not But you know what they want to do They're trying to invoke fear in America and as they always do they try to say oh Republicans are racist Never mind you they won't tell you that Republicans actually have a record number of minority candidates running for Congress They're not going to tell you that Just like we saw in the 2016 primary where you had an incredibly diverse primary field Oh but Republicans are racist That's what they want You know or when Joe Biden called George's election law Jim Crow tooth or two That was a lie And ironically Georgia's first day of early voting actually set new records They saw more than 131,000 ballots cast an all time record double the number for the first midterm voting day in 2018 So really suppressed there aren't they Just incredibly suppressed in Georgia

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"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

"Poor. During his brief visit to the hill town of central Italy, France is called for courage in abandoning fossil fuels. He said he was pinning much hope on the young because older generations didn't know how to protect the planet and to secure peace. He addressed a gathering of some thousand young people, some of them young economists, and others who were involved in efforts, including startups, focused on helping the environment. The participants came from all over the world. I'm protests continued overnight across cities in Iran amid an explosion of outrage after the death of this month of 22 year old masha amini, while in custody of the authorities. The young woman was detained on September 13th for allegedly wearing her hijab to loosely in violation of strictures demanding women in public where the Islamic head scarves. She died three days later in police custody, authorities said she had a heart attack but hadn't been harmed. Her family has disputed that leading to the public outcry, protests have taken place in more than a dozen cities, according to a tally by The Associated Press based on statements from state run and semi official media. At least 11 people have been killed while a state TV anchor said the numbers even higher. I'm zaria shaklee, King Charles the third has been pictured taking up his new state duties in Buckingham Palace for the first time in the image of the monarchy looking into his official red box which contains documents from the British government and the common wealth. In a sign of royal continuity, the pictures taken in front of a photo of his late parents, Elizabeth and Philip, which the pair had gifted to king George 6 in 1951, the year before Elizabeth became queen. During her own reign Queen Elizabeth II was also regularly pictured with her official red box, which each monarch receives from their private secretary. London

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"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

"To the poor during his brief visit to the hill town essential Italy. Francis called for courage in abandoning fossil fuels. He said he was pinning much hope on the young because older generations didn't know how to protect the planet and to secure peace. He addressed a gathering of some thousand young people, some of them young economists and others who were involved in efforts, including startups, focused on helping the environment, the participants came from all over the world. I'm protests continued overnight across cities in Iran amid an explosion of outrage after the death of this month of 22 year old masha amini, while in custody of the authorities. The young woman was detained on September 13th for allegedly wearing her hijab to loosely in violation of strictures demanding women in public where the Islamic head scarves. She died three days later in police custody, authorities said she had a heart attack but hadn't been harmed. Her family has disputed that leading to the public outcry, protests have taken place in more than a dozen cities, according to a tally by The Associated Press based on statements from state run and semi official media. At least 11 people have been killed while a state TV anchor said the numbers even higher. I'm zaria shaklee, King Charles the third has been pictured taking up his new state duties in Buckingham Palace for the first time in the image of the monarchy looking into his official red box, which contains documents from the British government and the common wealth. In a sign of royal continuity, the pictures taken in front of a photo of his late parents, Elizabeth and Philip, which the pair had gifted to king George 6 in 1951, the year before Elizabeth became queen. During her own reign Queen Elizabeth II was also regularly pictured with her official red box, which each monarch receives from their private secretary. London

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"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

"It has been a week of atrocities and attack on a railroad station and civilian bodies found after the Russian pull out near the capital We drove north this week near Ukraine's border with Belarus where some Russian forces are now thought to be regrouping on highways the Russians destroyed bridges when they left so we took back roads getting bogged down in a mud and making it out with a helping hand from the Ukrainian military The Russian soldiers left the village of just over a week ago the streets are still littered with the wreckage of war CBS News correspondent Holly Williams in a Saturday interview with The Associated Press Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky says he remains committed to pressing for peace despite those Russian attacks on civilians Scott pelley of CBS is 60 minutes has also interviewed president zelensky that airs Sunday Night more about the Russian tactics CBS News military consultant Jeff mccausland These attacks against civilians are not the average behavior of a few rogue poorly disciplined units in my mind They are rather planned and systematic operations consistent with Russian military tactics that they have employed in past Back here on the weather watch link winner is over no way Talk about the snow This is great if this was January but many ski resorts are now closing a few are open so if your power hound enjoy the fresh powder here moving into the rockies as we head into next week But we're also going to see some snow blowing snow perhaps a blizzard setting up across the northern plains by the middle of next week Whether channel meteorologist Paul goodlow Checking on COVID-19 U.S. that's now about 985,000 closing in on a million Unfortunately much as we would all like the pandemic to be over the virus operates on its own timeline and with its own behavior Doctor Jay Warner at Cornell at the masters Tiger Woods had a very tough day He bogeyed 7 of the 18 holes and at times it appeared Woods competing for the first time since his near fatal crash last year was in pain It was even noticeable during the CBS sports telecast Tiger Woods looks to be laboring more than we have seen them this week After three rounds Woods is 7 over par he's no longer in contention The man on.

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"the associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Along the assembly line robots do the welding mounting even paint jobs and can even inspect the results of their paint jobs Nissan executive vice president hit a Yuki sakamoto told The Associated Press during a tour that up to now people had to make production adjustments through experience But now robots with artificial intelligence analyzing collected data are able to do it The assembly line is designed so that all three types of models electric hybrid and combustion engine vehicles can be built on the same line Humans in the factory focus on analyzing data collected by robots and maintaining the equipment The robots are also helping manufacturing adapt to labor shortages The coronavirus pandemic and to lower carbon emissions Nissan says by 2050 it hopes to be carbon neutral across its operations and the life cycle of its products And now here in California the story about some people in prison but who got their college degrees as their story First of its kind commencement in California makes today's dean's list It took place on a prison yard 70 miles away from California state's LA campus 25 incarcerated men received their bachelor's degrees in a ceremony at California state prison Los Angeles in Lancaster Darien addressed his fellow students in a speech about his journey He said today an education to me means freedom redemption and opportunity The freedom to create better lives a redeeming quality in the sense we can step out of an identity that was destructive and into the person our mothers always meant us to be The opportunity to show that we are not our worst decisions The graduates wore black caps and gowns over their blue prison uniforms at the ceremony on the yard of the prison's progressive programming facility It's a voluntary program that houses men who demonstrate good conduct and dedication to personal growth Congratulations to all the graduates for your hard work and dedication And finally a famous Hollywood actress especially this time of year is back with another chapter of the Halloween actually of organs spoke to actress Jamie Lee Curtis To returns to her role of Laurie strode in the latest franchise installment Halloween kills What I love when I watch it is I'm always like just wait wait for the strode women they're home And so what do you love about the franchise leading to this point for Lori and her fellow female characters Remember her daughter says to her I don't want to know you Like he's not coming back This is all a fantasy It's in your head you're crazy And then of course he comes back and then we set a trap and then we get it This new movie Lori is a wounded warrior And so her daughter and granddaughter become the warriors They become the hunters And I think it's just really powerful And what do you think it is about this franchise that it has had such an impact on pop culture Well I think this 2018 movie really reignited the understanding about good versus EP Ashley devoured Fox News And that's it for this week's what's happening segment I'm cliff Albert kogan Koko real time traffic.

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"the associated press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of The Associated Press. Meanwhile, new data shows 26 states have fully vaccinated. More than half the residents and those with the highest rates have among the lowest cases of Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts of fully vaccinated at least two thirds of their population. Unsurprising. Those three have among the lowest covid cases per capita offensive. Dr John Patou will telling me states with low vaccination rates are obviously faring the worst. But if vaccination rates continue to climb, we could see manageable covid 19 numbers by October. That despite the new new variant that's been detected in almost every state your questions regarding how high you actually rated states where are failing was low accident states. The Anthonys were vaccination rates are low. Hospitals are filling up with unvaccinated orbit maintain cases. Some hospitals are reaching really close to their capacity limits, for example, saying that Anne's hospital instead In Petersburg thrown it out. 85% of the hospital's Covid 19 patients are unvaccinated and seven of 28 ICU but are occupied by Covid 19 patients. Now the good news is that despite the delta very into being more contagious vaccines are still effective. If the military in shows to be weaker than the delta variant, we can assume that the summer surge marks the peak of this virus of strength. In other words, If this trend holds up, the cases will start trending down by late September by mid October, and we could be in a very manageable place where infections will not be a real concern for the public. After that, we just have to treat covid as one of the 200 different diseases. Is that affect people? Without panicking and going over the case numbers so the good news is just allowed the corner, but to get there, we need to actually eat more of the currently unvaccinated people. Because they can provide the wider, say home to continue to grow and muted. The Biden administration, meanwhile, has been preparing to roll out Covid 19 booster shots September 20th. Assuming the FDA and CDC agree, however, internal tensions and timing questions between the FDA, White House and CDC are beginning to arise, according to Politico. Most agree booster shots will be needed. But there are questions on when advisors to the FDA will weigh evidence about an extra fighter shot on Friday at a key public meeting. Inbound flights of Afghan refugees to the U. S. Will remain suspended for at least another week after four cases of measles were discovered. Among recently arrived Afghans, officials say those who are diagnosed are being housed separately in accordance with public health guide lines in the CDC has begun enough for contact tracing. Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby. Operation Allies welcome flights into the United States remain paused at the request of the CDC for at least seven additional days from today. Because of recent diagnosed cases of measles among Afghans who recently arrived in the United States. Um and I think you asked about Uh, how many cases there? There have been five diagnosed cases of measles among new arrivals so far, and we are closely monitoring just in case more emerged. We already announced one case that was confirmed last week at Fort McCoy. And three cases were confirmed on Thursday night among new arrivals, who flew into Dulles Airport here in the DC area, and then one Has been found at Fort Pickett. Uh, they have been housed separately and are receiving medical care and the CDC is doing contact tracing and we'll ask people to self isolate as needed. Question. Are you saying.

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"the associated press" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tag in the next episode ryan cunningham product lead from microsoft power ads and christie read e. y. principal discuss microsoft power apps and the rise of citizen developers the e. y. and microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Download today from wherever you get your podcast. And you're on your way to the top. These are the daily tech headlines. Tuesday office third. Twenty twenty one. I'm jen cutter. Twitter announced a partnership with the associated. Press and reuters to improve highlighting reliable news and information on the platform from trending topics to countering misinformation. This will be in addition to twitter's crowd source fact checking system bird watch. Initially this partnership will focus on english language content after a beta test involving one hundred thousand users citizen is offering the premium protect service for twenty dollars a month protect opens new features on the app including a get agent button connecting users to a citizen operator for assistance. Instead of calling nine one one. The company states are protect. Agents are highly trained safety experts equipped to help in a variety of stressful or uncertain situations said in his currently in twenty. Us cities and protect launches today on ios with an android version to follow french intelligence. Investigators say pegasus spyware has been found on the phone of three journalists including a senior staff member at the country's international television station france. Twenty four corroborating. The findings of a previously released amnesty international report on the nso groups by were targeting journalists. Windows three sixty five is now available for business. Customers pricing starts at twenty dollars per user per month for those with an existing windows ten pro license providing one v cpu two gigabytes of ram and sixty four gigabytes of storage the top tier adcp's thirty two gigabytes of ram and five hundred and twenty gigabytes of storage cloud. Pc starts at one hundred sixty two dollars per month those without a windows. Ten pro license pay four dollars more per user per month. The italian vaccination registration system for the region of lazio is down due to an apparent ransomware attack. The region's president nicolas zingaretti posted on facebook. That the files in the system data center were inaccessible in the system was shut down to prevent the attack from spreading the system for booking appointments will be unavailable for several days but previously booked. Appointments are set to go ahead. Zoom has agreed to an eighty five million dollar settlement for lawsuit filed in march twenty twenty in the us district court in the northern district of california. The suit accused zoom of sharing personal user data with third parties including facebook. Google and lincoln as well as enabling zoom bombing incidents the settlement requires judicial approval to be finalized after being named in a lawsuit filed by the department of fair employment and housing alleging sexual discrimination and harassment blizzard. Studio president j allen. Brac has stepped down to be replaced by executive development. Vp geno neil and gm. Mike ibarra as co-leaders in a statement blizzard indicated a desire to change company culture pearson. The textbook publisher has announced pearson plus a subscription service for digital textbooks pearson plus rolling out on the us college campuses. This fall will be available on mobile and desktop. The low tier cost students. nine dollars. ninety nine cents a month for a single textbook at a time and the fourteen ninety nine a month tear allows accessing the full library of over fifteen hundred bucks. The apple also includes study aids. Like flash cards annotations and customizable fonts australian telecommunications company telstra announced all national calls and sms from their fifteen thousand payphones will now be free and that pay phones will become completely pointless from october. First overseas calls will still cost a fee hours after a critical article in the economic information daily affiliated with china's state run news agency shinwa tencent increased restrictions on. How long minors can play their game. Honor of kings the article. 'cause ten cents market capitalization to drop sixty billion dollars. As investors fear further government crackdowns the new restrictions for children under twelve include. Not being able to spend money in the game and only being able to play for an hour a day instead of an hour and a half apple has now made.

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"the associated press" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A new Associated Press Norc Center for Public Affairs Research poll shows the majority of Americans who were socializing regularly before the pandemic, say they are returning to bars and restaurants traveling and attending live events. The CDC. Meanwhile, looking into 300 cases of heart inflammation among young people who are vaccinated, the director of the CDC doctor Rochelle Walensky, tells Good Morning America, her agency will hold an emergency meeting on this next week. Cases of mild heart inflammation the risk of that which are quite rare that are overwhelmed by the benefit of getting vaccinated. Meanwhile, CDC director Rachelle Wilensky says the delta variant of the virus has been confirmed now in 41 states. A bipartisan group of senators is pushing cybersecurity legislation after attacks on critical U. S infrastructure. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal talking here about a national security crisis. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham's agrees and says the bill targets government actors in cyber criminals. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, Take I Maybe. Morris, this is Bloomberg. Okay, buddy. Nice and simple. This time in a world of l team a fungicide five ft Range Supreme. Hey, remember less dramatic Five. Feed Just five. Ft. 5. Ft. Nope. 60 inches. Look, man. Just say Bill team of fungicide Let you treat corn as early as five FT. Nice ball team, a fungicide from BSF coming sooner to field near you always read and follow label directions. I don't know what I was thinking. When we named our dog Kitty and this sweeties become a true.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Push the story back. Able longoria has chosen actors. She says that her biggest priority is to make sure they tell. Richard montana's historic authentically. The filmmakers were told of the problems the legal team for frito lay forwarded a letter. So now you know what's going to happen of course is that it's going to be a mostly truthful account and is probably not now going to be frito lay in the movie. It'll be some other company. It'll be mostly truthful story in fact The la times show says that others a kernel of truth beneath his story Visible through its inconsistencies and supported by the documentary time line. There's the real story of a man rising up the corporate ladder from factory. Florida marketing executive pitching products. Along the way he did drop out of school he did get a job at frito lay There was a motivational. I all the new new frito-lay campaign that rippled across the company. There is a news clipping feature montana's providing a window into this moment in his career there is a nineteen ninety-three story on businesses. Finding success empower their employees. There is a section on frito. Lay talking about the plant rancho cucamonga. Where manager steve smith is taken up the initiative and got more frontline workers to improve the business. There is veteran machine operator. Richard montana's thirty seven becoming so energized that he developed a new ethnic food concept aimed at the hispanic market after testing recipes and outlining strategy. He burst forth with the kernel of an idea. Flaming hot popcorn. flaming hot. Popcorn did hit the shelves in nineteen ninety four so the story gets conflated. The media runs with an. I made the mistake of running with a yet again. It's a feel good story. The media it went viral all over the internet. Now it turns out it's not true and in the truth crashing into the lie. We have the intersectional fall out in hollywood over. How can you tell the story. And they're you know by the time this movie comes out. They're all going to be fighting with each other. The white women the hispanic community. You name it. Who gets to tell the story of the flaming hot cheetos. You and i. We will sit back and we will laugh as the intersectional whoops fight it out over the authenticity of a story over a bag of potato chips. Wealth over bag of cheetos. We're going to have more of these stories. You realize as the intersection fallout and you have to weigh who who has a more valid moral truth. The the the intersectional white woman or the inner sexual hispanic man does eater sexual hispanic man identify as white hispanic or black hispanic or or hispanic hispanic and and we'll all have to will be judges and then we'll have to pick a truth because there will be one there will be all sorts of them and the fallout.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Seven nine seven three seven four to five. I've got to talk about a story that i talked about gosh a year ago or so in this. I'm fascinated by so sometime last year. May maybe it was. Maybe it was the tweet. I i remember talking about the story The story is about. Richard montana's richard montana's is the man who came up with the flaming hot cheetos. And the story goes that he was a janitor at frito. Lay's rancho cucamonga plant and the ceo of frito lay was looking for a new ideas and he is a janitor dreamed up the idea of a chilly covered cheeto and believed it himself so much. He called up the ceo and They tried to block him from meeting with the ceo. The ceo forced it and he finally was able to come in and and reveal the Reveal how he had come up with the idea and basically what he had done. Is he mixed together. The flavors of his community. He thought that the he thought that the flavors of central america were missing and that he that he had some connection to them and he could bring them about and he wrote a book about it The flaming hot the incredible true story of one man's rise to top executive from janitor top executive at he's told the story all over and i remember when the book came out. I talked about this and it was impressive and at the time Frito lay said yelp who released did not say no and it really was an incredible story. That this man was a janitor. In rancho cucamonga rancho cucamonga california. The ceo had an all hands on deck. I want to hear from anybody ideas and this janitor thought that the co was talking about him and came up with this idea. Focus group did in his hispanic latino community. Everyone loved it and called up the. Ceo's office explained that he was a janitor and the people thought he was nuts. And he's like well. The ceo said he were to hear from me. He was able to to finally get through to the ceo. After all of these people tried to stop him the corporate backstabbers tried to sabotage him for thinking more than he wasn't life. Any rose through the ranks at frito lay become a marketing executive. The problem is turns out. The story is not true and there's now he released the book and now a movie is coming out and turns out the story he told the story. I told when.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The experts said there would be no gas shortages and then there are because they had to protect joe biden the constantly do this and as a result of this fewer people trust the experts and a large part of this is in and tom nichols who these controversial presence. I guess among the right these days definitely not a trump fan. He's written about the death of expertise and the need for experts. And one of. Tom nichols points that i think is a meritorious point. Even if you dislike. Tom nichols you can't dismiss the point by the way i like the guy just fine. I know some of you will hate me for saying that. Would've his his points. That i find to be meritorious. Torius is that when the experts start talking outside their expertise and are still claimed as experts. It undermines faith in all the experts because the media does this regularly that they find someone who's in an industry that person tells them something and they're given the label expert and they may or may not be an expert. You know. I i if i call the local mcdonald's and i asked them how their sales are going. They're not exactly an expert in the restaurant industry. They take orders at mcdonald's. That's different if i go to my local independent grocery store and ask them. What's going on their their opinion may be different from the chain grocery store that has a greater supply chain and yet the media doesn't distinguish these things and sometimes they're there are experts who have agendas and oftentimes the media there. They have an agenda to protect the president for example There is now a in in the politico. Which is really becoming a talking point a mouthpiece for the left of these days they're running stories on how Joe biden is teflon and the republicans have no attacks against him demon. There's no way. For republicans to combat him. The biden is teflon analogy teflon. joe muddies. gop midterm strategy. David ciders win. The national republican senatorial committee sought to attack four vulnerable senate democrats in a series of you ads. The spring president. Joe biden was nowhere to be found instead. The see juxtapose photos of the senators next to house speaker. Nancy pelosi it's a phenomenon that's becoming increasingly pronounced. As the outline of the twenty twenty mid-term election comes into focus. Midterms are typically a referendum on the party in power so the standard opposition party. Playbook is to make every down ballot about the city president but biden's elusiveness a target is forcing republicans to rethink the traditional strategy interviews with more than twenty-five gop strategist and party. Officials depict the president. Who's avuncular style and genial burying make you may less than ideal foil. He doesn't induce anger or rage and at the moment his white house is relatively drama free. Response republicans are preparing to break with the time-honored custom and cast the president less as the central character in the midterm elections than as an accessory to the broader excesses of the left biden is not a good bad guy..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Actually believes that he's actually concerned about that. If you read the newspaper you're fairly educated person and this educated person believes that the jeopardy contestants are now mad at the anti-defamation league for disabuse them of the notion that kelly donahue the jeopardy contestant he was actually flashing the number three wasn't actually flashing white supremacy simple. But they know it they know he was 'cause he's a magazine instead gypsy the left would have us believe that. Only the right descends into conspiracy and the entire media operations of the united states amplify that and lacked the self awareness to appreciate the left. Does it too and here. We have two examples. And now we have. This target in starbucks are joining walmart. Costco trader joe's and publix in allowing the unvaccinated to come into their stores without or. I'm sorry the the vaccinated coming into the stores without a mask and there's a left wing meltdown over this because you know people might lie and so everyone should have to wear a mask because there may be some liars out there. The common thread of all this is that people on the left. Do not trust by the way people in the right or guilty this as well but really the most vocal people in america right now of the issue of trusting their fellow citizens or people on the left do not trust their fellow citizens. They have them by the idea that this is a racist. A systemically racist nation. They look on this country and think things are bad and getting worse. They don't like people of faith they really drip with contempt. And because they're the cultural leaders in opinion setters in journalism right now it's reflected in journalism. There's a woman on twitter. And i you know i try not to nut pick on twitter on nut picking his repick. The one crazy person who says something. It's all everybody on the side. Believes it when you. When you pick a jay rosen. A journalism professor at nyu who's really prominent. And you say this guy really believes rather verge of becoming a fundamental white nationalist christian nation. He's nuts. This must be pretty prominent thinking among the intellectual. It's fair to do that when you pick the fringe burson with five dollars l. They all believe this. That's nut baking. But this person is a doctor. Britney james she's got twenty thousand followers. She's a physician and activist. Looks like she will. She's got npr. And the ellen show and pbs new york times. I guess she's got some dealings with them. She's the associate professor. She's got a prominent following she tweets. This must be my own business. Shopping in a middle aged white woman. Asked me if i worked there. When i looked at her blankly and answered back in a deadpan voice no she giggled it off and said i was wondering where to put this shirt back but if i am a bad but i'm a bad person if i go off kicking myself or not saying i'm a physician and letting her die of embarrassment but something tells me she wouldn't even have the decency to be embarrassed. Most of these types don't this what you call a micro aggression white woman comes up to black woman in a department store s if she works there and the woman says no and is offended that she was confused for.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Buddy romer has died. Just real quick. You're you're just to have to give me a a personal moment here Buddy romer. When i was a kid. got elected as the governor of louisiana. He was a democrat who turned republican and ran against edwin edwards edwin. Edwards was the three term governor louisiana. Who was really scandal-plagued and roma ran on a reform ticket and he won and then four years later lost came in third against edwin edwards. In david duke. Now that was the race that so many people in louisiana should the race. Where i decided i could not stay in louisiana After i graduated from high school that was the race where the kkk grand wizard. David duke ran against edwin edwards and so many people had the bumper sticker on the back of their car. Vote for the crooked important At the time then president. George bush actually as a republican campaign for democrats scandal plagued edwin edwards arguing that it was better to have a crook in louisiana presiding over the state. Then a racist in and david do very much is a racist Romer was the shot who got elected. I met him. A couple of times are just randomly. There was a books a million bookstore baton rouge. And i would go in it and he would be in their reading and and went up in chatter with him. Very nice guy. He passed away after a long illness at.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And talk about There is a phenomenon happening in this country. now we're both sides tend to go to people with their confirmation biases to get their information and when they hear something that does not confirm their own biases. They get mad at the source even if they've otherwise respect i have this happen all the time on this program. I will tell you that something you believe isn't true. I've got all the facts and data to back it up and you get pissed with me for telling you the truth because i'm not telling you what you want to hear. And then you argue with me that that the truth is not actually the truth because you with dell some fringe rabbit hole and in going down some fringe rabbit hole you you found a video on the internet of some huckster scammer or something. Who tells you everything you believe was true is true and therefore that person must be right. The science is wrong. The scientists sarong is wrong objective. Research is wrong. That numbers are on this guy on the internet. You've never heard of before is right is happens to me every damn day. Now the left would have you believe. It's a unique phenomenon of the right. The left would have you believe there too smart to fall for confirmation bias nonsense. They're too smart to fall for the scam except a series of jeopardy contestants including multiple winners including two time winner gets mad at the anti-defamation league in claims. The anti-defamation league is in on a gas lighting scandal. Because the anti-defamation league does it. Tell them what they want to hear. Which is that. kelly donahue. He didn't make white power symbol. He was announced as a three time jeopardy winner and put his fingers up to signify number three as he had done on the day. He was announced a two time winner. He put up two fingers on the day. He was announced a one time winner..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Why can't the unvaccinated protect themselves if we're going to be pro science if we're going to deal with the science the science says that if you're over the age of twenty one eight hell if you're over the age twelve and have access to the vaccine. If you're over the age of twenty one union any of the vaccines over the age of sixteen you can get any of the vaccines. They're readily available in the united states. Right now in every state there is no longer a vaccine shortage. If you want it you can go. Get it and guess. What if you're in your twenties or younger and you get covid. You virtually have not problem whatsoever. You'll be fine. Death is exceedingly exceedingly rare. Even even major symptoms are exceedingly exceedingly rare so why do businesses need to protect the unvaccinated when the unvaccinated can protect themselves. Let's continue with this well. Many people happily shed their mass celebrated the appeared into the pandemic others are concerned that with only thirty seven percent of the country fully vaccinated. This relaxation is premature and could lead to a resurgence of infections. If such a head scratching turn of events had occurred under former president donald trump the administration surely would have been blamed for the lack of coordination resulting widespread confusion. The biden team has exp- excelled on many aspects of the govind response. But this was a major blunder that threatens to sit back much of the progress made president biden needs to fix it urgently. Most important biden should own that it was a mistake to see this level of responsibility to the cdc. After watching trump repeatedly sidelined the agency seemingly for political reasons the biden administration understandably has wanted to elevate the cd's role but there's a big difference between listening to scientists and seating policy-making to one side of the organization trump supporters might complain about a double standard but intervening in. This case. wouldn't be about politics. It would be for the public. Good hello is it for the public. Good that we get back to our lives the e for those who are listening to health care experts alone. There's actually a balancing act that has to be done between economic advisers and the health care experts and the assumption of the risk. It's almost as if.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Stuck. It was a british territory called palestine and it was designated as a jewish homeland and they were allowed to return. They changed the name to israel in the arab refused to go along with it. I explained to my child the history of this and she commented that She's had the unfollowed number of people who she's realized just pushing propaganda not telling the truth of the situation. I explained to her that the media is deeply sympathetic to the palestinians in large part because so many members of the media have internalized left wing dogma about colonizers and the view the israelis white people colonizers and so the israelis are always the bad people. Nbc news sent out this. At least one hundred eighty eight palestinians including fifty five children have been killed in over the past week. According to figures from its health ministry in israel. Ten people have been killed. Did you know that the health ministry in gaza is run by hamas which also sent out a picture of one of the victims of israel and the israelis were quickly able to document. It's a five year old picture of a little girl who's not even in the area. They're running a propaganda campaign and the media is on the side of terrorists. Is it any wonder nobody believes them. I mean honest to goodness people we got an actual terrorist group trying to wipe out a nation and the media is on their side. The media has picked the bad guy in the bad guy are the israelis because they've internalized Anti-western left wing cinnamon about israel. This is absurd and yet this is where we are. This is why you can't believe our major institutions. Is it any wonder so. Many people are willing to believe conspiracy theories these days. You've got the american media citing with the terrorist group israel even the associated press reporter. Who worked in the hamas building noted gave them a heads up to get out of the building..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"This conflict than an actor in it a role with consequences for the millions of people trying to comprehend current events including policymakers who depend on journalistic accounts to understand a region where they consistently seek and fail to productively intervene as an essay. I wrote for tablet on this topic in the aftermath of the war sparked intense interest in the article based off page into this part based on my experiences between two thousand six and two thousand eleven as a reporter and editor in the jerusalem bureau of the associated. Press one of the world's largest news organizations. I pointed out the existence of a problem and disgusted in broad terms using staffy numbers. I illustrated the disproportionate media attention devoted to this conflict relative to other stories and gave examples of editorial decisions that appear to be driven by ideological considerations rather than journalistic ones. Now he goes on to say. I'll provide begin with a simple illustration the above photo. There's above photo. It's it's of a is jihad. Al could university in east jerusalem. It's a rally. They're all dressed in black giving nazi salutes. The above photograph is a student. Rally held last. November could university mainstream palestinian institution in east jerusalem the rally in support of the armed fundamentalist group islamic jihad featured playing dead isreaeli soldiers and a row of masked men who stiff arm salute was returned by some of the hundreds of students in attendance. I'm not using the photo to make the case. The palestinians are not ceased. palestinians are not nazis. They are like israelis human beings dealing with difficult situation. I cited it now for a different reason. Such an event university like al qods headed at the time bhai well-known moderate professor and with ties to sister institutions in america indicates. Something about the wind's not blowing in palestinian society and across the world the rally is interesting for visual connections. It makes between radical islam here and elsewhere in the region. A picture like this could help explain. Why many perfectly rational israelis fear withdrawing their military from east jerusalem in the west bank. The image from the demonstrations were as photo editors like to say strong. The event took place a short drive from the homes and offices of hundreds of international journalists based in jerusalem journalists. Were aware of it. The sizable jerusalem bureau of the for example. Which can produce several stories on an average day was in possession of photos. Jerusalem editors decided the image in the rally were not news worthy and the demonstration was only mentioned by the ap weeks later. I mentioned these instances to demonstrate the kinds of decisions being made regularly in the bureaus of the foreign press covering the situation..

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