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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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King George Preview: Racing Tips

Racing Post

02:32 min | 10 months ago

King George Preview: Racing Tips

"Is three thirty five askar on saturday. It's the king george. The six and queen elizabeth stakes over a mile and a half only six runners. If i told you that the forty two one outside and one group one last time you will realize it is a good rice. And here's the betting. The brilliant love heads the betting at thirteen to unreasoning out. Best prices as per racing post dot com and a quick plug. If you click on the best book price button it immediately brings up the latest odds and each way terms from seven of the leading. Mike is a great way to get the best value. Nice and easily. Love is thirteen right. The darby -oday our is five to two lone eagle six to one eight to one wonderful tonight. Nine mishrif and forty. Two one broom silent water. Rice is a rice to watch an enjoy or is it a race to get stuck into from betting spectacle. Start with keith melrose. Yeah think he's more of a risk to enjoy Likud this reysen. You've alluded to let elba oven there. That broom as forty to one. He wanted to grown predeceased clue. Last night i was less than three weeks will not a level. We're looking at here and can you. Can you realistically back horses. Short love than an i. i'd really. I'm a big final of i. Think if you ever beats new foe. She'll be are unbear- handsomely. I think she is a really really good horse. And i assume brooms a pricey as he's sort of presumed on pacemaker. Jd potentially because i think he made all it saw include so we've got the tactical element the only thing. I'm certain industries that every time i look opinion changes slightly. The only one that stays the same. I think a diaz to short. I don't think he was white. The best source on the day darby by suspect key lane would be fifty matt. Husky lost two front shoes that day. Adam kirby saved every autograph on nubian individuals Italian i don't think anything really got the chance to show why it could do. Even though he doesn't he's five to two legal sex to one if they were both see for one it'd be taken roughly the same amount of the market and i think it'd be closer to fee are not regard the deserves to be shorter and on him by just i think five to two is too short and our resolve this qualley will go as far as liam adult. I might just ball it and by club instead because massive fun but it's a really competitive and tough race as going to be mostly by watching for me.

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Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

The Running for Real Podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50

"You know you. You have been a lifelong runner I think. I think i might start with something that i feel is Interesting and actually my husband. Who's a college age picked up. Which is the You've been nine to say often that you knew at sixteen you at in the five percent that we're gonna be piano be successful and i'm curious one how did you. What did you think he knew. That limit was when you obviously wanted. The mileage will make you were that you could have potentially reach your body. Maybe it wasn't developed to where it would be. So what gave you the the the the confidence but the decision tonight at when you had semi running is ahead of you and do you. Would you change it now. Russia would change it now. Because i now realize what colossal mistake at a not. Running prime years basically stopped running sixteen and never raced again until i was fifty so that seems crazy up but i don't think i was wrong. There's no way would put it in a world class runner from iran against someone who later turned out to be a arrogance. Two guys who later turned out to be three fifty three thirty five it would like to contemporary running. It was clear to me at the age of thirteen fourteen. Fifteen they were even though i could beat them that age. I had no confidence that i would be able to beat them. Beyond that age is is in clearly superior to me you. You're you're very at that age. I feel like we're all very very or students of these minor gradations ability and you're doing this small in multiple layers of your life here have decided in math class. Whether you're someone was pursue math right you're deciding whether you're all these things you decide you can quite closely at night. I also didn't feel. I was still globally temperamentally suited to labor which just not a very good

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Most Americans Support Tougher Guns Laws

5 Things

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Most Americans Support Tougher Guns Laws

"Americans support tougher gun laws. That's what new usa today. Ipsos poll found but is washington bureau. Chief susan page tells us republicans support has fallen and the issue is even more partisan than it was a few years ago. We took this poll on tuesday and wednesday right after that terrible mass shooting in boulder the second shooting in the space of a week in the united states. And it's similar to paul. We took about two years ago in august. Twenty nine thousand nine. That was also in the aftermath of two terrible shootings. The ones in el paso in dayton on the one hand. Two thirds of americans support tougher gun laws. So that's a really significant majority but the news poll is it. Support among republicans has fallen off a cliff when we asked this question two years ago. Fifty four percent of republicans a majority republicans supported stricter gun laws. That's dropped to a third thirty five percent.

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 Grimes scores 29 points, No. 8 Houston beats South Florida

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Grimes scores 29 points, No. 8 Houston beats South Florida

"Quentin Grimes provided twenty nine points as a Frank Houston beat South Florida eighty two sixty five spoiling the bulls first game thirty two days because of coronavirus interruptions Dejan Jiro scored thirteen of his seventeen points in the first half and also had eight assists to help the Cougars improved to seventeen into Houston shot fifty eight percent of building a forty three thirty five lead then outscored U. S. F. twenty ninety eight in the first ninety minutes of the second half to surge ahead seventy two forty four South Florida got as close to seventy six sixty one with six R. one remaining but didn't hit another field goal I'm Dave Ferrie

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Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

"Michigan state headed number eleven northwestern its first loss of the season as Matt Cochran made a tie breaking forty eight yard field goal with three thirty five left in the Spartans twenty nine twenty victory M. S. U. squandered a seventeen nothing lead and trail twenty to seventeen before rallying northwestern grabbed a twenty seventeen lead early in the fourth and camcorders three yard run Wildcats quarterback Peyton Ramsey ran for a touchdown but was just twenty one of forty three passing for two hundred ten yards and two interceptions we got to make plays when when we have the opportunity to make plays and there are plenty of them out there play plays to be made especially on third down so I just gotta be better just got to execute better and that's that's really what it comes down to northwestern managed just sixty three yards on thirty seven carries I'm the ferry

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Heisman front-runner? Trask, No. 6 Florida thump Hogs 63-35

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Heisman front-runner? Trask, No. 6 Florida thump Hogs 63-35

"Kyle Trask extended his school record for consecutive games with at least four touchdown passes to six while six ranked Florida was manhandling Arkansas sixty three thirty five tres threw for three hundred fifty six yards and six scores against Razorbacks it was the second time this season trash tossed six TD's in a game he had five on Florida's first six drives it might have had another had the Gators not failed to convert a fourth down play at the Arkansas sixteen but the five oh one Gators were victimized by long scoring plays allowing a forty seven yard TD pass an eighty three yard touchdown run an eighty two yard catch and run for another score I'm Dave Ferrie

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Biden Leading Trump in 6 Battleground States

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Biden Leading Trump in 6 Battleground States

"Polling four days out Fox News has done. Their final national poll shows Bahn's lead over trump narrowing to eight points. North Carolina new NBC News, Marriage Paul Has Biden leading trump by six in Florida YouGov Today Has Biden leading in Florida by to in Georgia WSB TV has a statistical tie between Biden and trump. Of course, can we trust polls given what we all experienced and twenty sixteen to address that worry at the New York Times nate Cohn keeps up a chart that is the if the polls are as wrong as twenty sixteen chart which I find. Very comforting. The columns on the left here. That's the current. Twenty two thousand polling average in these key states this year, the columns on the right in both cases That's what the polling average would look like if you adjusted it to correct for the polls being as wrong as they were in two thousand sixteen. So like in Pennsylvania, you see Biden is leading on average this year by six points in Pennsylvania. But if the polls are as wrong as 2016, than Biden would still be ahead by two. In Florida Biden's average lead right now is three points in the polls. But if the polls are as wrong as they were in two thousand, sixteen in Florida, than Biden, would be leading by less than one point, which is you know Florida's Mo less than one percentage point differences is the way they do business. What would this mean? Overall election today as nate Cohn notes polling sleeves translate perfectly to result, and they won't then Biden would win the electoral college three, hundred and fifty seven to one eighty one. But if state polls were as wrong as they were in two thousand sixteen than bite me what still win but by a smaller margin three, thirty, five to two or three. Anyway, that's what the polls say even when adjusted for your post two thousand sixteen eighty. Four days left will know soon

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BNB & BTC Looking Good

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

BNB & BTC Looking Good

"Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down. We moved down to a low all who are twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, six, hundred, close at thirteen, thousand, sixteen army closed above the thousand wants gang. With currently ops fraught now half percent the one to thirteen, thousand, one, hundred and twenty dollars and I'm just keeping an all out a pull back into that twelve pullback level. You starting to increase you know back in that cradles on the top of the crowd was on, which is a ten is now twelve, six, five nights a pretty close. Keeps creeping up as the market continues to console that bitcoin is looking of super duper bullish. What else have we got on the odds right now theory and pulled back to that four hundred get a in their took a tried yesterday. Da. On the sixteen hour. Said I wasn't gonNA try brought my rule pretty dirty I'm a cellphone that but high. Go to just go to shopping up. About decision I wasn't feeling good. That's why site when you're not feeling good, you shouldn't be trying I did the wrong thing and I pay the price of intimate down on that down myself but just down that I might have. I. Mike Errors I am. So. This wall doesn't make it. Any easier doesn't get any better way artist therion brought now's rod licking cradles. Any trades there on the day. But tell you what if we can push out from here? It's going to be such a beautiful Trenton thinking they'll be lots of good opportunities yesterday down three point five percent now currently at three, hundred, ninety, four, Dole seventy, seven off hop a half of a percent right now law on excel paste over the correct that twenty six, mock yesterday we were down two percent we counted twenty four point nine cents I just below twenty, five Dan points to the rave of. BITCOIN cash did reject the two seven, five resistance. So he bounced off to I three, thirty five, the lower end of that channel had talked. I don't try channels, but it's a very simple horizontal plight, very simple horizontal level that I look at to help me. Rebounds Twenty Three Thirty Five, and we raised up to two, hundred, seventy, five, sixty, five, which was the brand of that resistance that will now back in a to sixty point three, five, Selah full point. Three seven percent yesterday. So we are still in a very nonstop translate what bitcoin up trying to see our even exile pay it's not trend, but it's pretty crafty bitcoin cash beautiful uptrend onto lot coin next, which is also in love looking up trying to pull back three point four, five percent. Yes, I currently. It's at one point three, one point one, percent, fifty, seven dollars fifty. The wake he's only starting to look a little bit better. The daily the daily does look good or going to be honest. It does look pretty Nice right now, the fifth diamond aloe basically can be touching those lower timeframes just yet fitting seven, forty, six percent. They vate look it's pretty average rotten a popped up through that one, hundred, eighty, two mock and the NFL strike back through yesterday closing down. Three point nine percent. He's up point to today's one hundred seventy four dollars sixty two days really clear out through the LAS Haw, which was yesterday's Hot out outer ninety five, dollar sixty, one Bayton perform really willing to get to involve

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It is three thirty five on WMAL or Washington comes at sons of funds straight ahead the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission nothing currently something I said to well with them also he's loosening of regulations for local television stations all across the country to error church services this whole very cool also Antonio dos is the district director of the U. S. small business administration the U. S. B. A. the Washington area and we'll get from him in the five o'clock hour exactly what's going on there for all of your paycheck protection plan applications to get you through this crazy time that we're in also will be on standby for the president's daily coronavirus task force briefing all that coming up right now happy to be joined by the former governor of Virginia and a member of the heritage foundation's national corona virus recovery commission one governor George Allen governor Allen always good to talk to you Sir well good to talk with you to Larry and I know all your your fans and listeners are always informed by your your great intellect insight and spirit well then I I I don't think we can go anywhere from there thank you for joining us I think that that's the that's all we need from you thank you well wait we need to have a positive outlook and one of the things on this heritage national coronavirus recovery commission is seventeen really good diverse people and a lot of different insights yeah and then I think you'll soon see from we just got over our first meeting of all of us together it's gonna be a good job I think blueprint a plan for re opening America but that's great because because we're not seeing that really right now from our leaders their focus is this virus and I get that but boy the devastation that our people are feeling right now with this forced economic shutdown it's tangible and and tell me what you guys are talking about and how we can start slowly and more importantly when we can start slowly opening up for business again well we're gonna give some ideas of what ought to be done one other thing I'll I'll just speak for myself I don't want to speak for the entire commission I think what's needed is proportionality the concept of proportionality and balance you're right this this is been devastating to livelihoods as well as lives and I think what you're gonna see is we're gonna try to do what they said the details of the things that need to get done because the first call was to begin a return to a more normal business activity and it'll have to be done it'll be different in a place like the New York City area than it is in far southwest Virginia East Tennessee is going to be different than it is in in Chicago or Detroit but I think we need to get back to that approach where where where on caging free people and free enterprise by these decrees and then of course it should only be done after stabilizing the healthcare system in this establishing what's really gonna be need is more enhanced testing I think this.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It is three thirty five on W. M. A. L. where Washington comes to talk where where where spending all day long talking about no that's not true we're actually change the subject a little bit we're talking about legislation related to that where was one of ours from again there is the greatest of a world I know I know it uses it all the time I don't care come and get me plant come and get me coming up later in the program in commitment he's detailed some of the more atrocious things in this two trillion dollar bill delegate Kathy silly given that but this will tell us about the Maryland government's response to this and also we expected five o'clock the president will I begin promptly right on time with his correct southwards that's it I did I did not exactly on time all right let's get to this year's Lindsey Graham last night fox news talking about you know how the sausage is made right I never want another sauce is made when they do a two trillion dollar bill this is the sort of thing you expect from Congress I can tolerate some bad to do some good I'm I'm made deals I know what it's like to negotiate with the other side but really do we need to be giving PBS more money now when people are dying you know the Kennedy center may be amazing place to go I'm sure it is twenty five million dollars is a lot of money to the average American thank you to to to the average American allies is setting aside by and finds an answer below sea and Michael Bloomberg is absolutely right that this this whole thing this whole idea you know I'm I'm used to get a lot of bad just to do some good you know what listen ninety percent of this bill is probably perfect it's right on that this is needed this is necessary and I know that there are people who are begging for this kind of relief we saw three million unemployment claims filed today that's extraordinary it's unprecedented it's devastating I know that people need help they need relief and since this was really caused by the federal government and I'll get to that in a minute I'm not saying that because the virus see this is a relief because of the virus this is relief because the government shut our economy down in reaction to the virus I'm not debating whether they should ever shouldn't have they did okay rightly or wrongly they did and so now it makes sense that they provide some kind of relief that relief could have been provided in a one page bill this is not a one page bill it's full of stuff that shouldn't be there that has no business being there but we're supposed to accept it because well that's just what Congress does as Lindsey Graham says yeah I'm used to this is it you know I can accept some bad with the good why should we accept some bad with the good this is an extraordinary time of sacrifice and personal loss that the American people have rallied together for we're sucking it up to get through this unbelievable unprecedented moment of crisis how about elected representatives in the Congress to do that and then the Senate do that is that so much to ask each one of these senators you know we hear about these these pork laden amendments this is supposed to be a financial lifeline bill and whenever we hear about you know as as he did at twenty five million dollars for the Kennedy center and fifty million dollars for the corporation for public broadcasting and we're well that's just business as usual in Congress this is what they do this is what they do no thank you yes I understand if you're in Congress in your senator and you know that you're about to spend two trillion dollars of the American people's money that we don't have you're gonna take that opportunity even during a national disaster like this you're gonna take that opportunity to spend millions and millions and millions and tens of millions of money that we don't have on your own favorite projects I'm not naive this is how Washington operates on an average day I get it but this is not an average day we've all been compelled to make sacrifices couldn't Congress makes some sacrifices couldn't somebody in leadership in Congress or in the Senate stand up and say not today my friends no business as usual today because the American people are operating in a world that is far from business as usual that's the reason we're here right now could somebody have done that no no no okay here's some beautiful things that we did hear them say CEOs will be prohibited from giving themselves bonuses or salary raises good great I agree with that but they just allocated twenty five million dollars for salaries and expenses for Congress we can take a raise or a bonus but Congress gets twenty five million dollars that were promised that all those salaries and expenses are going to be directly related to the corona virus yeah I'm sure they are why why would a congressman lied to you about money sure I'm sure that that I did somebody's gonna get a little something extra in the envelope Hey where does money come from don't worry it's it's it's for your troubles during the coronavirus what all of the they're just all patting themselves on the back that they made sure that trump could make money on this bill no person in any authority or influence no government official or their families will benefit financially from this bill while at the same time they throw twenty five million dollars to the Kennedy center so they can go see the national tour of Hamilton in a newly clean and refreshed theater to let's face it who's the primary audience and ticket buyer for the Kennedy center Congress senators their staffs lobbyists lawyers people who make a lot of money in the government they're all going to benefit because the Kennedy center just got twenty five may not listen you think Kerry center is twenty five million dollars great you take that bill up next week and get it out of this bill that I have my favorite was no company can do a stock buyback with this no corporation will be able to do a stock buyback we're not here to win rich corporations all except for one corporation the corporation for public broadcasting why did Chuck Schumer make the case when you put that in there that you're well you know Sesame Street is located in New York and New York right now is the the hot bed of the Kern about Oscar the grouch we believe could very well have contracted coded nineteen and he has a pre existing lung condition well let's ask his voice is obvious the guy smokes like a chimney it's it's Rick again I get it I know there's nothing new here I'm not naive mo as you just heard from Lindsey Graham there last night most cynics look at any kind of big spending bill like this and say listen if ten percent of it is full of pork that's a miracle you've done a good job you know that's a win because that's the way things are but we have all been asked to change our lives why can't we ask Congress to change their lives for one day for one bill what and where is the political fallout for that one where is the downside for the president to stand up and say not today not on this one not on my watch where's Mitch McConnell there they were so intent on getting a unanimous vote that ended up being the goal and again I'm glad they passed what they passed to help the American people but it's it's okay for us to be happy about that that we're getting some relief and at the same time be angry that they did what they do all the time we're asked to change our lives Congress is incapable of changing their lives we were all working our **** off in this country we were we were selling things we were buying things we were going on vacation and cruises and flights we were recreating we were hiring we were working the economy was exploding unemployment was at record lows that we haven't seen in fifty years we were doing what we Americans do best we were kicking tail and we were driving the U. S. economic engine into the stratosphere we love doing that and then we were ordered to stop slam on the brakes come to was getting hold we were told to stop by the government we're not sitting around on our sofas waiting for free money from the government backing for free money from the government we know there's no such thing as free money from the government we know better we don't want that we want to get back to work in the meantime does the government won't let us get back to work they have to throw was a life right this is not a bailout by the way anybody who calls this a bailout you can you know you have my permission to sort of metaphorically smacked them around no really smack around don't do that but but they deserve to be chastised I'm not that we don't need to be bailed out we were doing just fine this is a life line this is real leaf when we need it and so the throne as a lifeline so we can get through this thing but the fact that they saw this emergency this extraordinary situation as an opportunity to spend like it's just another day at the office just another day at the candy store just another day where we can get a ten million dollar gift they're in a ten million dollar gift here and all these other little goodies it just tells us they don't get it and by the way I hope you realize this entire conversation we're having I haven't used the word Republican or Democrat wants because this is not a party thing listen they they voted unanimously last night so they both own it this is not about Republicans and this is not about Democrats this is about Congress this is about the house of representatives this is about the United States Senate this is about them at a moment where they could step up and actually do nothing but good for us and they had to add this stuff and they had to add their little goodies they're cynical little way of taking advantage of this situation they're all angry the people toward hand sanitizer so they can make a little extra money on Amazon I don't like people who are reporting in price gouging but spare me your sanctimony spare me your you're you're patting yourself on your back about how you look down your nose at those people who are trying to profit off of this situation by hoarding sanitizer and not in the same breath lecturing Congress for taking advantage of this and making money for their pet projects at the same time and the difference is they're not actually making anything they're not selling anything they're not profiting the good old fashioned way they're just they're printing money that doesn't exist and then giving it to their pet projects it's despicable they are taking advantage of this crisis for their own personal selfish reasons and they just don't get it this proves that they don't get it they have no direct understanding of what you are going through right now at a time where they should have a direct understanding of what you're going through right now extraordinary what you're going through right now and they could have made this so easy and they would have been heroes and all the all the congratulations that they gave themselves on the floor last night and this morning on the morning show is all about I'm so proud of this August body United States Senate for doing what we've done today we should be all proud of ourselves for coming together as Americans now I'm sorry I'm not buying it not when you added this stuff you could have that moment but instead you did what you always do business as usual none of us none of us in this country are operating under business as usual except five hundred and thirty five chosen ones in the United States Senate and the house of representatives they don't get it and they probably never will let's check in now with ed Rodriguez he is in the carpet cleaning truck and hanging on your every word this report is sponsored by express pros dot com in Riverdale.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

"T. O. P. it's three thirty five China is temporarily barring foreigners from entering the country as the nation seeks to curb the number of imported coronavirus cases Chinese foreign ministry says even foreign citizens with residence permits will be kept from entering starting this weekend diplomatic workers however will be exempt back here closer to home a man claiming to have corona virus now faces criminal charges after being accused of spitting at Anna Rundle county police officers police responded to the home of William endings in Odenton Maryland on a call that he was in a violent argument with someone and officer showed up with gloves and masks as Eddings claim to have the corona virus he was being aggressive toward the officers not really assaulting them physically but coughing and spitting in their direction Markle Manske with Anna Rundle county police says given the circumstances officers didn't arrest him but told him to go inside and self quarantine Eddings was charged with four counts of exposure by infected individual a misdemeanor that says it's a crime for someone with an infectious disease to willfully expose others to it Nick I Nellie WTOP news satellite cockroaches scammers crawl out from wherever in times like these pepco now saying scammers are preying on its customers during the corona virus pandemic calling would be victims and threatening to cut off their pepco service others have offered cash or credit incentives in exchange for sensitive information Jenny Caswell with pepco says there are some things you should look out for people asking you for out of the blue information that you should not provide them with will not ask you for your social security or personal information when we're in the.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

"P. it's three thirty five you know this if you made a trip to the grocery store lately shortages of some suppliers are part of the new normal but businesses are not allowed to inflate prices on what they do have in your being asked to report price gouging if you see it happening we have put together a rapid response teams with DC's office of consumer protection Ben Weisman issue wants the single source letter to a retailer was marking up the cost of cleaning wipes it's also against the law now in DC for companies or individuals to stockpile essential items subject to a five thousand dollar policy that also applies to price gouging Kristy king WTOP news well speaking of products in demand a truck being driven a radically caught the eye of police in North Carolina and yes you may or may not be surprised what officers found inside a sheriff's deputy at an unmarked car decided to follow a tractor trailer truck on interstate forty in Greensboro North Carolina tool warehouse parking lot just off the highway it turned out the trailer which contained eighteen thousand pounds of toilet paper had been stolen the unidentified driver was arrested with the investigation ongoing Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina there's word this afternoon another presidential primaries been postponed because of coronavirus concerns Indiana's governor says the may fifth primary in the Hoosier state will be moved to June second Indiana joins more than a half dozen other states including Maryland in postponing presidential primary after traffic and weather the governors of New York and we now have now ordered residents to shelter in place what does that mean how do you do you do and what's it like to be in one of those states will one of them is California we'll take it out there after traffic and weather and see if we can get some of those questions answered it's three thirty seven at Fisher investments we do things differently and other money managers don't understand why because our way works great for us but it may not work for your clients that's why Fisher investments as a fiduciary obligated to put clients first is the highest standard for a financial adviser so what do you provide cookie cutter portfolios like the rest of us no cookie cutter portfolios here Fisher investments Taylor's portfolios to meet each client's goals and needs but you do sell investments that earn high commissions right and make commissions.

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Boeing to inspect undelivered 737 Maxes for foreign object debris

CNBC's Fast Money

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Boeing to inspect undelivered 737 Maxes for foreign object debris

"Brian has to do with Seven three Mac Boeing announcing that it will start doing inspections on more than four hundred seven. Three seven maxes that have been filled but not yet delivered these taxes that are parked in Renton Moses Lake. A number of other areas out west Essentially what's going on? Is that inspections of some of these aircraft revealed that they found what's known as foreign object debris in some of those maxes and as a result. They said we're going to do inspections on every one of these. Max is to make sure that they also do not have foreign object debris the importance here is that five or foreign object debris. You don't want that floating around in a plane. It could be a screw. It could be. Nut was left in their by the team when they were building the plane. You don't want that floating around inside any aircraft that could cause a short circuit. Some other issues are with the wiring inside the plane so again. Boeing is going to be doing inspections on all of the seven three seven. Max is more than four hundred that are built not yet delivered the important question here. Brian that I asked Boeing. And they say emphatically. It does not change the company's projection for recertification and on grounding of the seven three seven. Max. They still expect that to happen by the middle of this year. Even with these inspections taking place. Okay Phil we're all kind of look at each other around the table here you're talking about four nine debris. I don't WanNa put you on the spot but is this stuff that just time and wear and tear may have resulted in or is there any kind of suspicion this as a manufacturing flaws? What are we potentially talking about here? Not Because of wear and tear this is more in the case of in the course of manufacturing and aircraft sometimes they will do inspections throughout the process. And if you go to the Boeing plants there are signs everywhere saying do not allow foreign object debris it's the same situation at Airbus and this is a case where they've been doing. Their routine inspections of the Max is that part They found foreign object debris in some of the aircraft that they inspected so being prudent and being safety conscious. Because you've got to be now more than ever with the Max. They're just going do inspections on all of these aircraft before they are delivered. Hey fell it's Tim. To the point how. How COMMON IS FOREIGN OBJECT DEBRIS? And if this was not Boeing and this was another airline manufacturer would this be? It wouldn't be news in case you found it inside an aircraft that's coming off assembly line I'm sure that occasionally they do come across for an object debris The concern here is that you want to find it before you deliver these aircraft and the fact that they are now going to be doing these inspections if word got out that they were doing. These inspections people would immediately say. Here's another issue. And what Boeing is doing here is saying look we found some foreign object debris we wanna make sure that all of these planes are one hundred percent clean when we finally start delivering them starting potentially by the middle of this year and then moving into the fall and early next year all right Philibeaux there. With the breaking news on Boeing field. Thank you very much. Tim Come back to you. I mean it was a good question. He asked me how common. It's kind of an odd story. Does it does it. Sort of muddle the Boeing story even further. Well done a great job reporting on Boeing. And there's a lot of different headlines some of them really are important from a news event perspective and the evolution of the story. But they're not necessarily going to affect the stock but it is very important the time line that you get back to production so if there's some sense that this could push it back even more it's absolutely material. It sounds like this is not material and and I do think that a lot of the headlines we've had with Boeing including the company going out of their way to say they're going to be extra thorough they don't know they don't know why the a lot of that is geared toward the regulators. They wanted to make a certain posture in the eyes of the FAA. So this news is very important. I don't think it changes anything in terms of the time on three sixty five is a level that if you recall when this entire thing started that's where it broke down to me and very quietly. He's up probably ten eleven percent since January low. Maybe people are saying you know we want to get ahead of this prior to re certification this summer in terms of getting along the stock but three thirty five or so where it is to me. It's a sort of muddled in the middle dead money. We bring up two or five year chart. Guy's a boy. I WanNa make a point. Is that if you look at Boeing and understand the last year's been dominated guy by the 737 Max but if you look back. Two years that chart stock for a year didn't do anything. It wasn't like Boeing was a big moneymaker for investors even prior to these that huge run up to I think it was the four forty level or so. I mean that was a monster move in terms of context with the broader market. And it's given obviously thirty five percent of it back or so but you're right over the course of the time you just outlined. It's basically flat. I think people are not taking into account the full story which is aerospace defense sector which I think is undervalued but until this gets sorted out which. I don't think we're anywhere close to think you leave it alone. I think that's the riskier I mean. They'VE MISSED EVERY NOT MISSED. But there's been multiple times where they said you know what this is going to come back and service in the spring in the summer in the fall and now everybody assuming it's GonNa come again. And those deadlines come and go and it may not be up to Boeing. The company is likely up to the regulators. And they're not going to let anything go so I would not have a lot of confidence. I don't have a lot of confidence in these timelines. Okay they're good stuff guys on

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Three thirty five on WMAL where Washington comes to talk you there we're all here together all the matter Charlie heard with judges of the five o'clock hour you see him all the time on fox news that he is on fire these days yeah my my hunch is the Charlie heard is not tired of the winning at they were joined at the five o'clock also in the park like our Dan Harris is gonna join us on the random book as needed for pain a memoir of addiction whether you have somebody in your life who is as an opiate addiction or diction problem or even if you don't you should know about this topic because it is affecting public policy and if you don't have someone in your life dealing with this you probably have someone in your life that you don't know about who is at its that ubiquitous so we'll get into that coming up but first what you hear this this happened at the Oscars and it went unnoticed for about a day or two and then suddenly it blew up on social media as things do often blow up because of this guy who won an Oscar is getting attacked and his wife is getting attacked because well I'll let you listen the real support comes from home someone like my wonderful wife of thirty four years who gave up her editing career for me to pursue my career but she raised her kids and she did a great job because neither one of them our politicians it's a funny little punch line there's pressure the politicians are by the way I don't know what this guy's politics are but the joke works either way so good for him but you heard an audible did you hear the audible gasp in the audience when he said that his wife had given up her career for me to pursue my career but she read did you hear that so we got the what but it is it eventually get some smattering of applause but apparently now this is become a thing where this should not be celebrated it should be celebrated a woman gave up her career to raise this guy's children at least I would have been better off not thanking his wife for the sacrifice that she made and by the way outlook wait before I say that because somebody may look at that and say well wait a minute not a sacrifice it's incredibly rewarding to be at home and raise children and obviously if you listen this program you know that I don't see it as a sacrifice on less you really had a career you love that career you wanted that career but you decided listen I can't have them both so I'm gonna give up one so I can have the other that in fact is well by definition a sacrifice I want this thing but I'm going to give it up for reasons that you know our our did better for everyone involved right that's right arm I'd like you to comment on this in terms of whether you identify here either either as the wife or the husband owned by the way husbands give up things to to raise children and I know that what I had a certain career and then when I had kids I made a big career change not the one to radio I made a career change within the industry I was in so that I could be home more with my kids we do that we make sacrifices so that our children can be raised in the best possible way and and my question here is a multi fold actually but if you identify with this woman the other as the person who stayed home and did not pursue their career or if you have a spouse who has done that speak on it a little bit and whether it whether you do in fact often expressed gratitude not just when you win an Oscar but on a regular basis express gratitude that your husband or wife usually it's the wife has made the sacrifice and stayed home and raised the children so that you can raise the kids that you want raise that you know will get raised by you and not by a stranger do you thank that person on a regular basis I also to expand the conversation a little bit more eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five because I think it might be helping someone out here by or or excuse me you might get some help either way because there are a lot of people out there who would love to do this they think it's impossible there are people out there right now we're both mom and dad are working and they have their careers and they don't think they can possibly make it work if one of them does do this and stay home to raise the children and I am saying it is it's easy especially in an expensive place like this but a lot of times when we can have this sort of group communal conversation about this and and people can call in and say it wasn't easy and and we have to make sacrifices but this is how we did it that will go a long way I think so so tell me your story if you had two incomes and you ended up going with one income so that you could raise your children lay that out for us a little bit take your time because other people might be inspired by this because I do think given the choice when possible again I want I'm not being naive I'm not the and I know it's not always possible but if it's possible I absolutely think this is the best thing for your kids absolutely one hundred percent and and let me just be clear they don't come across sexist and want to come to buy it if it's the man staying home great honestly it it did did it makes no difference really I mean it it it's different but ultimately the important thing is that one of the parents the most important person in your kids life at least one of them is there by and by the way to add to that and and I'll I'll tell you my story a little bit later if we are some of your stories it can't just be one way yes if if one parent decides to do this and give up their career to raise the children the other parent needs to make some level of sacrifice as well to be a part of that it's not like okay you stay home I'm not going to be gone if you're hardly ever see me and I'm doing my thing I could have done that but I made a modification of my career that allowed me to be home a lot more than I would have been had I not and that's important both parents need to be a part of their kids lives but I do believe when at all possible one should be there full time so let's hear from you a triple eight six thirty to be a male one more time hi this is that Oscar speech that people are really debating about I don't see why there's any debate this is a beautiful moment the real support comes from homes I want to thank my wonderful wife of thirty four years who gave up her editing career for me to pursue my career but she raised her kids and she did a great job because neither one of them our politicians jubilee six thirty W. M. A. L. let's start with Jeff in Calvert county Jeff your first up on to be a male very good evening how are you I'm good what do you say I have to agree and my wife has her degree in political science was working on Capitol Hill when the our first daughter was born we made the decision we would she would stay home she raised her two dollars once they started about Blatter elementary middle school they could send for themselves she went back to work and I even took a position where I was working for I was straight day work so I could be available that's great and and so it's definitely a partnership thing and you guys sort of talk this through as life changed as the kids got older and as your career opportunities change and it talked about Jeff about the gratitude though because it's such an important thing that that the the spouses need to do with each other to to thank the other for doing that well course the gratitude is there Sir but what I enjoy we see and is the bond between our two now college age daughters and my wife they are so close of course closer them too but I can just see that extra bit because she was there for every intricate part but still as of their lives and yeah my mother did the books for my father and I had a a business into and she she did the folks who stayed at home see she was with us it was a natural order yeah we discussed there she even did and said well look when I get old enough you can retire and I'll keep working for now they both have decided to go to medical school sloppy work and for the rest of my life hello my gosh wow how exaggerate fast because a lot of people want to jump in here but when you see you're talking about that bond that incredible bomb that your wife has with your kids and and I know exactly what you're talking about do you sometimes get jealous that you weren't the one that stayed home honestly no because I still enjoyed my profession so much opportunity forty years now and no I just and because I think the girl I think was very important for her to be that close and that and to better their lives so got it all right well said Jeff very honest and and and a great way to get us started here thank you for the call have a gene in Frederick Jane your next up on to be a male hi Larry hi yeah I kind of wanted to take a little different slant on it I stayed home with the children I have a degree and a master's degree but I wanted to stay home and be with my children I thought it was a privilege to do so and I'm really grateful to my husband for slugging it out every day and going to work so that I was privileged to stay home with the kids I was able to be in a book Chad and do lots of fun things on you know when the kids are in school or different things so I don't know I've got a very fulfilling to stay at home and yeah and I'm grateful to my husband so in in and by the way thank you could get you listen gratitude needs to go both ways in the marriage big time for sure and you're right it's it's eighty easy to be the bread winner and and go through all that really enjoyed his career quite as much so it wasn't like this great wow I get to go to work every day it was sort of you know the thankless going to work every day commuting an hour and a half down to seventy and you know I got to stay home with the kids and it was fine and that relationship with the children as you know getting to go to all their things during the school day and different things has just been a wonderful what I like to be so close to the kids and you because we do I always try to bring him in but when you guys to Jane I'm curious when you when you made the calculation that it was going to be a single income family for this purpose did you have to move to a different area did you what kind of choices had to be made at that point we make some choices I mean we we I never took the kids to Disney world I mean you know there were some choices we did and you know we couldn't make without two incomes we had cars that you know we drove until they died kind of thing so but I don't think the kid suffered any on that count I don't think you know they needed the latest and greatest of everything but yeah there were some sacrifices financially that we made with the one income we were a little further out you know so he had to drive farther yeah again that was more to sacrifice he made although there were sacrifices as a family sure yeah that but that's you know that's what.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

"I. L. it's three thirty five Israel's prime minister and his political rival have been invited to Washington to talk peace the trump administration plans to re visit the prospect of work on a peace plan between Israel and the Palestinians in Jerusalem Thursday vice president Mike pence announced president trump asked me to extend an invitation to prime minister Netanyahu to come to the White House next week to discuss regional issues as well as the prospect of peace hear it in the holy land Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief political rival Betty guns will attend the meeting but no Palestinian representatives will be present and C. P. correspond in my cross yeah the students facing charges for allegedly making threats to a high school the fourteen year old Manassas girl is charged with making threats of violence toward Osborne park high school in Manassas inside no over reports an investigation began in October after a threat was posted on social media the wife of imprisoned Towson Ponzi scheme cried in court yesterday one sentence for conspiracy to obstruct justice in her husband's case the judge handed Amanda Maryland tougher sentence than the probation recommended saying he wanted to send a message US district judge Richard Bennett sentence Meryl to serve six consecutive weekends in the Howard County jail that's in addition to six months house arrest FBI agents said her husband Kevin Meryl fleeced investors of an estimated one hundred eighty nine million dollars the Baltimore sun reports Amanda Meryl admitted to flying to her husband's vacation home in Florida to empty his safe before FBI agents got there she also tried to conceal their plan by speaking in code while on the phone with her husband who is in jail but agents were listening in coming up after traffic and weather more in those traumatic brain injuries that US troops have suffered in Iraq three.

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Super Bowl 2020: Chiefs vs 49ers

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Super Bowl 2020: Chiefs vs 49ers

"It starts with the NFC championship game. The forty nine Ers beat the packers thirty-seven twenty the story in this game where he mastered the running back to the forty forty niners. Twenty nine carries two hundred twenty yards or touchdowns they will head to the Super Bowl that is your NFC side from the AFC side the other headline you need to know the AFC AFC championship. The chiefs beat the titans. Thirty Five Twenty Four Patrick Poems Twenty three thirty five two hundred ninety four yards three touchdowns they're able to hold Derrick Henry the superstar running back act in nineteen sixty nine yards in a game. Where as seems to always be the case that she's were trailing early they roll off and they roll onto their super bowl matchup? Now that we'll get between the chiefs the forty niners. Now I take your take in the conversation about the the chiefs

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WTOP

"Three thirty five W. T. O. P. at least eleven U. S. troops were injured in that Orion attack on an Iraqi air base where American soldiers were deployed U. S. Central Command is revising the record after previously maintaining there were no US casualties at the outside air base statement says several are being treated for concussion symptoms from the blaster still being assessed CBS news group military analyst retired army major Mike lions down playing the timing of the revelation he says it's not related to the start of the Senate impeachment trial I just think this is more or less the symptoms revealed themselves after the attack and the soldiers have been evaluated and to keep the record straight they've been declared as combat casualties from the event meanwhile authorities in Ukraine have open investigation that is sure to be a key factor in the upcoming P. for trial of president trump Ukraine's ministry of internal affairs said today that based on material published by members of Congress this week dealing with the impeachment probe it believes possible unlawful surveillance of former U. S. ambassador more read giovane of its took place so it's opened a criminal investigation at the heart of their investigation our concerns that her electronic devices may have been secretly monitored and more and even more compelling part of their announcement is that they say it may have been done by US citizens it's not clear if the state department will be involved in that investigation or not JJ green WTOP news former FBI director James Comey appears to be the target of another leak investigation launched by the justice department it would be the second investigation launched by the DOJ targeting call me for unauthorized leaks The New York Times reports this latest investigation focuses on the details about a Russian intelligence documents first reported back in twenty seventeen typically leak investigations begin around the time their reported in the news the times says the timing of this investigation could raise questions as to whether any of this was politically motivated the justice department is also conducting an investigation into former call me deputy enter McKay which has drawn criticism about political motivation just ahead from W. T. O. P. we will review a new movie that brings back an old franchise bad boys are back three thirty seven yesterday.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Three thirty five laser razor nothing needs replacing the battery just recharges between shaves and you get a sharp Scarpe please shave that was there they are the items so I have I have the crap skillet and I don't know how that has anything to do with technology well it it does change you know how how do you prep is still like the basic knowledge that we have the dog Chad which I don't believe the dog the dog be fair now it's called doggies service for I'm taking two out now are really the only I could see the car laser razor I actually like that name right name and that can actually happen but there's I don't know I'm just feeling like there's just too much liability to put a laser and I consumers hand before you rule that out now think about the liability in putting older sharks surgical razor in somebody's hand and having them lay about the house so that's the thing you know what I'm gonna I don't see that and that's going to take a long time to get government I you know what I know it's not a tech product but I did go with the I'm gonna go with I'm Kim is absolutely correct Kim absolutely I cannot believe this I mean this is this is just heartbreaking come in week after week with the same same and I got to go out through the lobby they're not gonna say anything it's going to as I walked by the whole staff was well that's because you're the chairman they can't they can't like you know laughing from MPO all right I'm going to go up and hide under my desk now but you know what you did really good though I think they were writing I almost I almost went with the laser raising wasn't good enough it was close it wasn't good enough but the prep skill that I don't really like cooking with that cast iron skillet from your mother I mean I know it's some sentimental my father the father yeah you can't use your mother didn't use it now she never used because it's too heavy it's very have very heavy it's like the jewelry yeah it's like you trying to cook with the cast iron skillet with that all the jewelry that you wear on your head it's just I wear one thing the wedding ring I mean to take it off it is it is Friday night so thanks for joining us for another round of brand new true it will you be back next week I don't know I don't know I'm hurt I'm used out there I'm spent don't go to Costco they sell alcohol is so much we I'm losing weeks of losing a reality when next nobody to blame me for just my mother always said let the boys when was when every once in awhile or don't want to play with you anymore.

"three thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

"Hills three thirty five this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Elsa Chang ari Shapiro Russian troops are on the move in Syria Russian president Vladimir Putin was in Saudi Arabia last week and tomorrow he hosts Turkey's president on Russia's Black Sea coast this all points to a larger trend in the Middle East Putin wants to expand Russia's role in the region while president trump says the US must scale back where is an agreement that said we have to stay in the Middle East for the rest of humanity for the rest of of civilization to protect the Kurds and never said that I was from speaking at the White House today to write this all down we are joined by NPR's Greg my reviews here in the studio he cracked okay all right okay so Vladimir Putin's many moves in the Middle East include an invitation to Turkey's president to meet tomorrow what do you expect to happen there well I think the first thing we'll be looking for is to see if Putin can do something that trump couldn't trump was accused of giving up Turkey the green light to enter Syria will love with let me Putin be giving him the red light and say stop don't go any further they're on opposite sides there so that that's going to be a big question but this is a volatile unstable moment this five day cease fire that was worked out last week ends tomorrow so we'll be hitting the sort of artificial deadline I'm in these are two countries in aren't natural partners of Russia and Turkey you know Russia wants to preserve the Syrian president the Syrian regime a Turkey for a long time wanted to oust him but they do have one common interests and they're both happy to see the United States on the sidelines as Russia's influence in the region grows is the US and the trump administration specifically comfortable being on the sidelines well they seem so so far up president trump said this ceasefire seems to basically be holding there's no US troops in harm's way and he's casting this is is part of this larger U. S. effort to get troops out of endless wars in the Middle East and there is a broad support in the U. S. to to end in these wars but there's a lot of criticism about the way it's being done it's coming from ex military commanders it's coming from Republicans they're saying that the the president acting impulsively abandoning that abandoning allies giving oxygen to the Islamic state the president seems to be holding his ground he's talking about NO maybe will leave a few troops to protect oil there but still maintaining that troops need to get out can you say more broadly what Vladimir Putin strategy in the Middle East is well he wants to re insert Russia is a counter weight to the U. S. and he keeps filling the void left by the US I mean we saw this Lynn literal form last week when the U. S. abandon a base and and Russian troops moved right in he is use the area is a way to get back in the Middle East sending troops there to support Bashar Assad in is to is we noted he he's he's developed relationship throughout the region with Saudi Arabia Israel Iran very different cast of characters I know he's got a weekend to play but he's making Russia relevant again and while US troops are pulling out of northern Syria they are not headed home despite what the president says they're still a substantial US presence in the region is it clear what the trump administration is doing in the broader Middle East it really isn't this is part of this confusion were saying so we're we're hearing that these troops pulling out of Syria are actually just going to across the border into western Iraq and the defense secretary mark asper was in Afghanistan and we find out that the US is withdrawn two thousand troops recently in Afghanistan he's now in Saudi Arabia with U. S. is sending more troops in so these troops are being shuffled all around but it's not exactly clear to what end tional security correspondent Greg my re thank you thanks sorry technology that would prevent you from driving if you've had too much to drink could be complementary in all new cars that is if legislation now in Congress becomes law NPR's Vanessa remote reports on two bills to require automakers to build new cars and trucks with alcohol detection systems before senator Tom Udall of New Mexico was senator Tom Udall he was that state's Attorney General and back then we're talking the nineteen nineties New Mexico was the number one state in the country to have alcohol related crashes per capita he founded agonizing we kept trying to wonder how do we get out of this the answer at least in part was technology New Mexico became one of the first states in the country to require convicted drunk drivers to use a breathalyzer to start a car now Udall is turning to a much more advanced version of the technology to end the problem once and for all last week he and senator Rick Scott of Florida introduced a bill which Udall says seeks to put anti drunk driving technology in new motor vehicles to help in drunk driving there's a similar measure in the house both would continue funding research into devices that can instantly read a driver's blood alcohol level through their breath or touch all without the driver doing anything the goal Udall says is to require the device and only vehicles as early as twenty twenty four Helen witty president of mothers against drunk driving says car manufacturers have been pushing back on that deadline I don't think the industry wanted to put in your back or seek out think about how those those were a fight to get through woody notes that automakers have a history of resisting new technologies but now several companies have cameras that warn drivers if they appear impaired or have taken their eyes off the road those kinds of advances have given with the hope that maybe automakers will be persuaded by consumers who want more safety features but she is impatient her sixteen year old daughter was killed by another teen who had too many tequila shots and was driving sixty five miles per hour in a thirty mile zone the young driver lost control of her car and sign off the road on to the bike path and so my daughter Helen Marie was looked up and saw the car coming toward her and there was nothing she could do at all but die with he's been telling that tragic story for years to educate the public she hopes the message will help spare other families the pain of her own not only did her life and the life that we had as a family and that my husband came home just shattered and it we had to figure out how to live again drunk driving fatalities have declined significantly since the national highway traffic safety administration first began tracking them in the eighties but they still account for about a third of all traffic deaths in twenty seventeen more than ten thousand eight hundred people were killed in drunk driving incidents Robert Strasbourg who heads the automotive coalition for traffic safety expects a breathalyzer type product to be ready for licensing by next year his group which represents automakers has partnered with the federal government to develop new anti drunk driving technologies they've been trying to create something that detects alcohol without the driver doing anything but what they have now isn't there yet it's more similar to a breathalyzer where the driver has to blow into a small hole near the driver side window we are able to determine the presence of alcohol so in other words it's a yes no decision so it can't tell the difference between someone who's had one glass of wine and someone who's had four shots of whiskey still Strasbourg or says there's already a market for the device including trucking companies with a zero tolerance policy for their drivers or parents with underage children Strasbourg says there is plenty of momentum to make vehicles with technology that keeps dangerous drivers off the road the question is how will one half in and when.

Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

"East fed judge our own Paul this week said that the central bank will resume buying treasury securities to avoid a repeat of the recent turmoil in money markets while leaving his options open on interest rates he indicated that the purchases would be made up of treasury bills and he stressed that it should not be seen as a return of crisis area Cutie I want to emphasize that the growth of our balance sheet for reserve management purposes should in no way be confused with a large scale asset purchase programs that we deployed after the financial crisis neither the recent technical issues nor the purchases of treasury bills we are contemplating to resolve them should materially alter the stance of monetary policy use of got more with Steven and is had a pack of market strategist to add ACSI trade you know let's face the facts I think the you know looking back here back twenty seventeen twenty sixteen we knew the feds they're going to have this on enviable task when it came to unwinding this massive balance sheet now you know it came to logger heads as September when there's a delusion paper hitting the markets with tax receipts going out yeah this really put a lot of pressure on overnight finding markets just couldn't find an offer the repo market so these things just reeks of trouble but you know starting on that side of the street a couple decades ago tell you funding is always tight around quarter and and especially here and so for a lot of the you know or report guys this wasn't really that much of a catastrophe but fortunately the fed to come to the rescue the provided there one week to week repose they offered overnight repose unnecessary to suit the market's concern and I really think this reserve management policy aspect of Q. we is right on I think this is enough to help out the primary dealers deal with the delusion paper that's on the street right now Stephen how much more are you expecting the fed to deliver on in terms of rate cuts as we end up twenty nineteen going to twenty twenty I think the market Smith's pricing expectations of the states markets always want more that's for sure I think what we're looking at here is the fed's pretty March a highlighter overnight lows J. power highlighted overnight is the payroll data he seems to be happy with the number coming in around the three month average coming around around a hundred fifty seven thousand that suggests that city's gonna benchmark somewhere lower we think that benchmark somewhere around a hundred thirty five thousand we think it moves below there I think the sh the feds then do share from the sort of and easing cycle to the fullest easing cycle I think is really predicated on the data the feds have definitely shifted back into data dependency counseling and one work one rate cut I would be surprised if two hits if we see a deterioration which I think is unlikely mind you the generation on the payroll data but you know we'll have to just play it by ear and see how the data plays a I mean you look at break even Steven I mean this is a measure of expected inflation and we are at the lowest level in three years how does that play into how strategy should be done in US assets at the moment with everything we've talked about historically that suggests you know there's lots of wiggle room here policy wiggle room for the fence these but you know the inflation metrics of below for so long it doesn't even appear globally the delusions central bank gazing across the board is affecting inflation in any part of the world so I'm not sure how much a deeper move lower and overnight funding is gonna have stoked inflationary first that's a concern the feds have they got to deal with this I think more so they're really concerned about the effects of this global growth the X. if weeding everywhere impacting the US economy were starting to see that the manufacturing sector we all know the big talk here everybody's worried about it moving into the consumption sector I think this is what what they're most concerned about what they really want to defend possibly by taking more aggressive preemptive action that I even think they're they're going to come come forward with later in the week the FOMC minutes show policy makers are getting down to serious business that particularly focused on inflation J. Paul is promising to offset persistent on the shooting of the fed's two percent target by line prices to run above that for a period of time the problem is that how may no longer had the central bank when it comes to the time to follow through on the advice we got more with making a moccasin global chief economist at society general if we look ahead I would expect to see further rate cuts from the fed at this stage I think the triggers for the rate cut is basically the economic data that'll be coming in slowing pace of job creation leading indicators on the PMI I think all of that will feed into the fed's decision process but I think importantly if we look at just how low the fed will go we expect that coming into twenty twenty one we will see the range on the fed funds rate at back to zero zero point twenty five and one of the reasons for that is because we're building in this idea of a new under under shoot overshoot wrote world if we can call it that on the inflation side from the fed which means that it's it's a it's not an exact science but it probably means we get about fifty basis points lower than we may have been otherwise if we were just mechanically applying the old rule from the the the the rule that's currently being communicated by the fed so I do think even in the short term it gives us more monetary easing from the US side now coming back to to my previous point I think monetary policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy trade policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy this helps credit constraints on various balance sheets and it also increases demand for credit but also importantly at bye bye getting that strong lift down on the interest rate you get that accelerating effect and I did struggle to see how that's coming through at this point in time I I belong to the group of economists that think that there is such a thing as a reversal rate where if you get interest rates very deeply into negative for very long period of time it starts actually to hurt the economy rather than help the economy now if you ask me where exactly that reversal rate is the answer is I'll tell you what we've seen it because it's not something that any of us with any accuracy can pre defined but I do think we're getting lower levels I still think monetary policy is positive at this stage but just not that strong acceleration okay which was talk about the fact that straight to your because you take me very naturally that have we hate is a reverse the race with a negative rates in Europe at the moment but I think what we're seeing is a it's a very fragmented picture across Europe because there is the German rates yeah as for example the Italian right so it's a very different picture but what we have seen and I think this is an indication that we are getting closer to that reversal rate we have seen a lot of noise out of the German financial industry some of the the larger managers there warning us about the potential damages of those very low interest rates and very negative interest rates as a process over the longer term keep in mind that the German banks will find it very difficult to pass on the negative rates to their retail consumers keep in mind that the pension and insurance companies will also be struggling the lower the longer rate environment stays with us for and then there's a final point to the lower for longer is that it has been encouraging that hunt for yield so at some point in time we can be concerned how much longer can you continue to sustain asset valuations that a mismatch with fundamentals but being supported by liquidity okay I'm gonna should be a Greek government bond jeans at you and I I'm Tracy myself with old live three thirty five forty percent years that have like a ten year government bond paper what I need to know from you is what back one point forty one attends yesterday grease joined the negative bone to cloud the issue thirteen week bills negative point zero two is this is this Paul McGann madness or is it perfectly acceptable logic I think it's perfectly acceptable logic and for two reasons for this so first of all if we think about what's going on today are we worried that there's going to be a new debt restructuring increase and to my mind the answer is no are we worried that we're going to see and in the foreseeable future any kind of except by Greece from the euro again my answer is no and as an investor looking at grace looking at a hunt for you to Asian it makes perfect sense to go into Greece at this point in time just from the from the belief of those two questions now of course if things start to deteriorate again we could be in a very different a position but in the short time I think it's very consistent what we're seeing

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"three thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

"In Anaheim at three thirty five. this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelley if you like single malt Scotch telling ham Spanish olive oil yes yes and yes well it sounds like we might need to stock up right now because import prices are about to rise this is because the trump administration is slapping new tariffs on some seven and a half billion dollars worth of European imports as to why well it's the latest move in a long running fight between Boeing and its European rival Airbus and Scott Horsley is here to explain all hi Scott I'm already lost what to follow Voyles scratching shoes have to do with Boeing and Airbus jets not much except that both Airbus jets and those other products come from Europe and for about fifteen years now the United States has been accusing European countries of illegally subsidizing air bus to the detriment of Boeing the administration press that case before the World Trade Organization which is kind of an international trade court and this week the WTO gave the green light to impose these terrorists on European imports as punishment no Airbus jets will be affected but so will a whole lot of other European products to give you an idea I visited an Italian market here in Washington and spoke with the proprietor at a rate Roshan. so I said she is that we have a party channel to channel we have already got the celadon bakery not online all I have some smoker he got that from something no coat to cheese is not on the target list but Parmigiano Reggiano is facing a terrified of twenty five percent did OPEC Rino Romano in fact the whole Mediterranean diet is going to take a hit here olive oil from Spain is on the target list but not all of oil from Italy that's because Spain Germany France and the UK those the countries of the major partners in the Airbus consortium and they're they're getting hit the hardest impressive Italian pronunciation there Scott wins winter these new terror stick of a they're set to go into effect two weeks from tomorrow so you do have a little bit of time to fill your pantry before that yeah my Louise as interesting as what is on the terrace last is what's not on the list initially the administration was gonna add terrace to Airbus parts imported from Europe and that would have been a big concern for the Airbus assembly plant down in mobile Alabama according to build system he's president of the mobile area chamber of commerce we are always concerned about terrace this is a very international economy in in mobile were port city we have always looked out were to build our economy and so whenever there's a trade war that certainly has an effect on our local manufacturer in the end the administration decided not to target your bus parts only finished jets from Europe they will be facing a tear of of ten percent and that was a big relief to the economic development team in Alabama and mobiles congressman Bradley Byrne who praised the White House decision no with some of the administration's previous terrorists we have of course scene of the other countries heading back quite quickly is that likely to happen this time it's not clear in announcing these terrorists that US trade representative said the E. U. is not allowed to retaliate and that's true as far as it goes but just as the United States has been challenging Europe over illegal subsidies for Airbus the Europeans have accused the United States of illegal so. cities for Boeing they're pressing their own case to the WTO that's running about six months behind the American case when it's decided sometime next year it's entirely possible the European governments will level terrace on American goods including those Boeing jets and aviation analyst got Hamilton of the lead him company says that could hamper Boeing's efforts to recover from the worldwide grounding of its seven three seven Max plans I would think that one would not want to have terrorists going under those are plans right now they're just under so much financial pressure that that's a last week that they need but. Boeing has a decades long history of pursuing trade complaints whether that makes sense to or not and if all that's none of my Louise keep in mind the ministration still considering a terraformed imported cars from Europe that would make the stakes in this food fight a whole lot bigger and peer Scott Horsley thanks god you're welcome..

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 Anderson earns AL batting title at .335 as White Sox win

Brian Noonan

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Anderson earns AL batting title at .335 as White Sox win

"White Sox of course of wrapped up congradulations to one of my favorite people in any sport Tim Anderson is just an awesome guy and raise your batting average to three thirty five to forty to win the AL batting title Major League Baseball batting title I mean what a job but to me both on and off the field him as wife pre do a lot of great stuff in the community just a role model in so many ways the night I just feel really I feel warm all over that Tim Anderson have the

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STEMinists: Hypatia of Alexandria

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:43 min | 2 years ago

STEMinists: Hypatia of Alexandria

"Manica. Today we're travelling back over a millennium to a boom education culture and knowledge today stem was a thinker who rivaled some of the greatest philosophers offers of her era her charm wit and teaching ability threatened those in power so much. They strove to silence her now now. She's a feminist icon. Let's talk about hype E. Shah of Alexandria not much is known about high patient early life but historians believe she was born around the year three thirty five in Alexandria. The city was established by Alexander. The great it soon became a cultural hub for study religion and philosophy high patience father was theon of Alexandria a mathematician and astronomer who was known for his writings NHS and research. The women of the day were traditionally expected to stick to domestic roles theon rejected those restrictions and tutored his daughter math astronomy on and philosophy as an adult patient became a respected thinker. She was the first reported woman to make significant mathematical. Michael and philosophical advancements building on the work of other academics in geometry number theory and astronomy and her work constantly turned heads. Ed's not only was she scholar at Alexandria University high patient also took her teaching to the streets she donned the scholars robes usually reserved for men stood in the Public Square and lectured about philosophy high. Pay Show was a pagan but wasn't selective about her students. Despite burgeoning religious tensions in the city she taught many Christian students as well as fellow pagans. Even those who opposed her religious beliefs admitted her prowess as an educator thinks type patients work she also had influence over some members of the political elite including the city's governor arrestees the Christian Archbishop of Alexandria Cyril resented the connection between arrestees arrestees in high patia blaming her for keeping arrestees from accepting true faith. I pay show is such talented charismatic speaker that opponents often often blamed her for keeping people from Christianity. It didn't help that religious tensions in Alexandria worsened over time uh-huh finally the city reached a boiling point in the year four fifteen one of cereals Christian associates on a mission hoping to find the local Jewish community plotting against the Christians. He found no such thing but was caught and punished by arrestees after the punishment Cyril was furious and encouraged his followers to raid and murder the Jewish people city. Those who survived were forced to flee in its frenzy the mob wet looking for high patient. She was on her way home from delivering her daily lectures when the horde dragged her from her chariot brutally tortured and killed her high patient's death shocked shocked the empire even writers who had previously accused of witchcraft recorded her murder a tragedy transforming her into murder for philosophy and enlightenment patient murder sadly mark just the beginning of cereals attack on Alexandria intellectuals. The University of Alexandria was sacked and burned on his orders and pagan temples were torn down. Artists and philosophers fled the city and mass Hi Patience image has been used throughout history to represent different ideas in the Middle Ages. She was a symbol of Christian virtue and in the age of enlightenment she represented opposition to Catholicism in eighteen fifty three Charles Kingsley published a novel named after her High Patia that romanticized her as one of the last true modern Greeks today she's an icon for women's rights and empowerment though the vast majority of her work was lost in the destruction of Alexandria many accounts of her skill remain. High Patia of Alexandria tree out will forever be remembered as legendary innovative thinker despite those who tried to silence her ideas forever

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College Football Scores From This Weekend

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College Football Scores From This Weekend

"You see football keeps the victory bell at three thirty five thirteen win over Miami Saturday afternoon at Nippert stadium the Bearcats have won their last fourteen games over the red Sox you see has a bye this week other local and state college football scores it was number six Ohio state being Indiana fifty one to ten Kent state fell to number eight Auburn fifty five sixteen Toledo shuts out Murray state forty five nothing Ohio fell to Marshall thirty three thirty one it was Akron losing at Central Michigan forty five twenty four Youngstown state overdue came thirty four twenty four and dating defeated Robert Morris thirty four thirty

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hitting three thirty five at home this is geo most happy we use the most I think John might be the most happy fella that was John and Susan here on the fan so tonight to the old lady whispering harsh men not very smooth and good I move in there I'm not sure I could have and breed that to my three year old the second Yankee third baseman with back to back multi Homer game the other Greg nettles back in I think nineteen seventy four not a rod surprisingly and he's got deep five times in the last three games couple a two run shots last night that will give the X. of five nothing lead in the thirty was eight nothing by the end of the inning as Mike talked and added a two run shot after Cameron Maybin RBI single yanks would on the double of the blue jays in Toronto twelve to six their ninth straight win shallow made in lemay you all with three hits a piece or shell and talk when four RBIs each they have arrived for manager Erin bill there let's look they've there they've been impact players force and you know they do it on both sides of the ball about twenty seven homers in ninety nine RBIs between the two how terrible hundred eighty five at bats excellent production talking batting for seventeen so far this money feel like you're in the zone the batter's box yeah I mean I think that's just I think as a as an offense were kind of in the zone right now very much so three more homers that gives the nineteen in the last four games it's the most by any team in a four game span in MLB history to make her mine a shutout ball through four innings Renison trouble in the fifth though so that fifteen ounce for his fifteenth when it blew not surprised that he fizzled out a little bit over all his stuff was probably a little bit flat tonight and I can get a kind of caught up with them there and in the fifth inning and they put some good swings on movie sets of three innings of one run ball credited with the city of Austin Romijn caught doing.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

14:04 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Right three thirty five minutes after three o'clock all give the joins us now retake our democracy they have a very detailed long report card from the sixty days session Paul good afternoon how are you I'm all right all right no complaints what's going on well you know we we can finish the report card after two months of work and we're getting quite a response we've even got legislators writing us thank so we're to people I was expecting that hi where do people find it people finder that retake our democracy dot org and it's right on the banner there on the home page at the top of the page just sits as report card click on it and you're there and basically you know we set out to we we had a an advocacy operation statewide throughout the round house we had a couple thousand people maybe more getting our action alerts every single day when ever one of our forty six bills was going to be heard in the committee or on the floor and but we were also we had you know train volunteers and all the hearings taking notes detailed notes and so once the the the session was over we went to work and we had intended to produce a report card that was going to be pretty straight forward like you see from space conservation voters about Mexico and common cause where you know here's the list of elected officials and this is how they voted but as we looked into it we discovered that it really wasn't the votes that were killing our bills it was ways in which committees and Democratic Party leadership function and so we decided to take a different approach and we really examined you know how the various strategies that leadership can use to either you know accelerate a bill through and get it to the governor's desk or make sure it dies a quiet down with no fingerprints and that was the part that was most disturbing to us it is the ways in which bills can die with no fingerprints can give an example of the builders suffer that kind of fate yeah the H. B. two ten munity solar and that that had passed the house and it went to the Senate conservation committee next and with their it was passed but as a substitute bill and that was on March twelfth so on the record they passed it but by virtue of passing it as a substitute bill instead of just amending it it had to go back through the house the same committees it'd pass through and this was on March twelfth it was that was not going to happen is if it had been passed as an amended bill it would go on to the judiciary next and could have easily passed there and gone and done it the next step would have been the Senate floor and yet by doing it this way there's nobody to really point to send a conservation pastor judiciary didn't hear it and and actually the the didn't hear it is one of the more surprising aspects that we found that we had thirty bills that of our forty six bills that died in a committee without a vote accident I mean just just a bad bad piece of luck though what Debbie wasn't intentional no no no I think we we were able to pretty well show that it was intentional and and we also does into doing name started all we name names good we name names big time and we also you know we will route for example we really looked at the the the abortion decriminalization bill right and we you know there were eight democratic senators voted against it there also eight six house Democrats who voted against it and one of the things we discovered was that ten of those fourteen people are democratic they're all Democrats put their account of their committee chairs or vice chairs so we're talking about the leadership of the Democratic Party in the legislature being the ones who denied a woman the right to turn a charter owned half handheld on health issues man result a little our cake bill from the nineteen seventies exactly exactly and and so we went well like why are these people our committee chairs and so that's where we really dug in and found that there are that you know there's a process in the house and the Senate and the house were speaker of the house appoint committee chairs there but he had sent out criteria but speaker you golf with his caucus within his caucus that the the the level of donations you generate for the cord the house committee which is the committee that house campaign committee which is where you know dollars flow in and then flow out to different campaigns during primaries elections is a criteria in determining who gets a chair or vice chair and that will skew you towards people who raise money from corporations in the Senate it's a different process but it's even less transparent there the pro tem picks the committee chairs and so for her can that's not even done yeah and that's not even done by a vote I mean technically it is but basically behind the scenes she assembles all the Republicans who will vote for her and she needs to get for Democrats and she gets her for Democrats and she goes to work and she goes we've got the votes and he verifies that they've got the votes and then they do it by acclamation and so there's no fingerprints on who actually supported merry Kate Peyton and then she becomes close where this really gets gnarly is in twenty twenty it's a shortened session and the bills that are to be heard at least in the Senate side have to be determined to be germane and the way that's done is by what is called the committee's committee and the committees committee is completely appointed by Mary Kate paper and six of the eight Democrats who voted against H. B. fifty one the decriminalization bill are members of that committee as is senator worse and senator Stewart and three Republicans so there are effectively nine people ready to vote like Republicans and worse and Stuart and so that will be a gate keeper for any bills coming in okay in twenty twenty so how how did all of this all all this mac nations all of the history all of the system that we have here in New Mexico were you like you know you had people taking notes rating guide you through the entire thing to get a session maybe even before that and after that how do they have these hundred is also sort out where you can actually grade the legislators we didn't we didn't actually give a bees and sees we identified we have a thing called what we call the spotlight you know we took the same approach as the education department in cal in New Mexico and that is that you can't really do this by an A. B. C. or D. I guess we could have we decided not to because it's harder to simplicity then it's it's that's very subjective what we did was we had a there's a two page section in the report card that we call the spotlight and basically it identifies the votes of fourteen thirteen Democrats on specific bills and it's just like well if this these are the people who have been voted in as Democrats and this is how they voted and we also have like those in Milan committee chairs why do those were but those were bills that had been part of the retake our democracies must passerine priority bills and one of the things that we should point out in the report card is that all of these bills had their roots in the Democratic Party platform the state platform which was approved by ninety one percent of democratic delegates at the democratic convention state convention so it's not like these are just far out ideas that don't have endorsement in the Democratic Party they do and we also point out all kinds of New Mexico and national polling data that shows that these kinds of bills are supported by Democrats I I think we're gonna have to do this again Paul and and don't get any kind of detail and understanding overall big picture kind of understanding the conclusions you came to our their conclusions in the in the score card on the reef in the report we take our democracy on your website you you say well we can clue that these Democrats need to go you know that the these are the wrong directions that maybe you know anything like that or you just kind of it these are the facts all even leave it up to people to make draw their own conclusions a little bit of both we basically do in the last section we say these are things we need to do we need to change how the Senate pro tem is selected we need to democratize that process we need to go after we need to pass the criminalization of abortion and the only way we are likely to be able to do that is to change the political calculus in the center and we named the senators who are are part of that well one may not be back because he's in jail or was in jail for D. W. O. yeah yeah he's he's got a problem he he and and we are aware that all of the eight Democrats seven of them now have announced or about to be announced challengers in reply merry and there are very many most of them are really good candidate so you do wrong inclusions or around candidates and around sitting legislators and around issues we do and I just you know it I know you're going to be needing to get off but I want to emphasize that we also talk a great deal about how much got done and because a lot got done I mean it was the you know in my whole life time in New Mexico we never got anything like this done and so everything from the moon shot to all the good bills that got passed for for gun control and for LGBT Q. rights and you know the working families tax credit two hundred more million dollars in recurring revenue by me because I already cat killing contests were finally banned I mean there's just one thing after another that will repair the ethics commission the popular vote I mean these are good things so we don't want to try and cast the report card as just being like total naysayers and totally good morning how much got done because a lot of things got done and we also don't want to over simplify how difficult because one of the big things we really emphasized is that we got almost nothing done in relation to the environment and climate change and that is because the New Mexico oil and gas association basically almost that veto power and even the governor had stated that nothing that she supported was not supported by the the Max hello oil and gas has across his day when she said that yeah and so you know but we also recognize that two point two billion dollars of revenue from gas and oil is what what funded most of those good things that I do not I'm about all right so what it's it's a complicated issue and and we we try and acknowledge that we try not to come out saying you know it's got to be our way or the highway it's all black and white that's not what this report card does it really tries to frame it in honest way but also in a way that discloses a lot of the machinations of what goes on in the round house that which is critical just don't appreciate that thank way more important than aid through an F. grade which like you said it is completely subjective all right re take our democracy dot O. R. G. forward for the scorecard report card and all of that we need to do this again and then talk about the future and future direction they retake art will be taking okay yep we'll do it all right in and take a picture turn work ten work went into this report card so well there's a lot of work in there and a lot to be gleaned from it and.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Seven hundred wwl w starting at three thirty five in real quick. I watched some of Murray states seventy seven to sixty five victory over Belmont. In the championship game of the Ohio valley conference tournament tonight, the racers or twenty seven and four they earned the automatic berth in the NC double A tournament. But Belmont at twenty six and five out of Nashville, Tennessee Belmont deserves a bid to in the NC double A tournament selection committee needs to reward more mid majors for their excellence instead of rewarding power fives for their abject mediocrity. What do you think of that? Let's go out to the phone. Phones. And we welcome in Tom any Hillsborough home of touchdown. Troy richards. My main man what's going on, Tom. Good to hear from you chick. I really enjoy your show. I just wanted to personally. Thank you real quick here because it's off topic for centimeter recipe for the big pizza. Oh my goodness. Wow. It has changed my life. And so it is an amazing thing of phenomenally. You don't think it's gonna work everywhere. I go take it, of course, give credit for but everybody wants to recipe. Everybody takes it home. It's flooding the area. So I'll give you credit for it. And I don't take it by perspire recipe pass it on and your name red. Everybody loves it. I just want to personally. Thank you, very appreciate that. I only unleash it. A couple times a year. The NC double h tournament and. What I tell people just like a big, let's say no way. It does. It's pizza. It's a big piece. It's it's a wonderful thing. It's a phenomenon. Thank you. Now. I'll let you go here. Thank you so much and thank you. All right. Appreciate that. Yet Tana calories. But it is awesome. And if you would like that recipe, all you gotta do is Email me chick Ludwig one word at Yahoo dot com, and I'll ship it out to you. Awesome. It's a phenomenon that's sweeping the country of Sita shining sea from the Empire State to the Golden Gate now, let's get to some local college basketball. Here we talked about UC the twentieth ranked Bearcats tomorrow against Houston on senior day. Justin, Jennifer and Kane broom tomorrow at fifth third arena, noon tip off right here on seven hundred wwl w Xavier today, man. Sixth win in seven games. They've come on strong with an eighty one to sixty eight victory over the red storm of Saint John's at cintas center man phenomenal senior day performance by your three Xavier seniors. Now as far as northern Kentucky university is concerned. Monday's a big night because the Norse the number two seed in the horizon league tournament during the semi finals they face Oakland university nine thirty Monday night in Detroit at Little Caesars arena earlier at seven o'clock in the same arena the Wright state raiders face Green Bay that's a seven o'clock tip off in the semi finals, the number one seed Wright state raiders, it looks like could it be might it be. Hopefully, it will be right state against northern Kentucky the top two seeds going for the horizon league championship and the automatic berth to the NCAA tournament now at the Miami redhawks. They lost on Friday night at Ohio you sixty six to fifty seven and now Miami will travel to Akron to face the zips on Monday in the MAC tournament. Good luck to the Miami red hawks who play their games in. The world's largest living room Millette hall because this is funny because I bumped into some teachers who are from Miami. And they say vape spread the word. They've heard that it's the world's largest living room a phrase coined by the chicks ter- because you could take a pillow and a blanket into the upper deck at Millette hall and take a little nap. It's just so comfortable there. Okay. So good luck to the Miami. Read. How about the Dayton flyers going into Pittsburgh today knocking off Duquesne seventy eight to sixty seven the twenty-first victory for the flyers this year under the tutelage of Anthony grant flyer? Grad the flyer faithful are Rockin with with the flyers this season. Good luck to Dayton in the tournament. It's just a shame. That Dayton is not playing in the big east because I miss the Blackburn McCaffrey trophy the fight between Xavier. And you d it was a great great rivalry to his gone away. It's a shame. It can't come back because that rivalry was very very special. The sixth ranked university of Kentucky Wildcats, they defeat Florida today at rob arena, sixty six to fifty seven UK I like them is a number one overall not overall seat, but a number one seed in the NC double A tournament because it's going to be Duke Virginia, Gonzaga, and then it's up for grabs that fourth number one seed could it be Tennessee. Could it be UK? We're gonna find out because it will go to the SEC tournament champion. I got that feeling and then Louisville good showing today. They just couldn't quite pull it out. But they lose at number two Virginia seventy three to sixty eight. So let's go over some scores here in the top twenty five number seventeen Nevada holds at forty nine to forty four lead over. San Diego State with fifteen minutes left. Just gave you the Virginia score Virginia seventy three to sixty eight over lawville Duke goes into North Carolina. It's all tar heels seventy nine to seventy but the big news is from coach K Zion. Williamson is going to make a comeback this year and play in the ACC tournament. That's what it's all about. Isn't it? Not the money of the pros right now, but playing and winning an AA championship. But it's North Carolina number three in the country over the fourth-ranked. Blue the Duke blue devils, seventy nine to seventy and number five Tennessee goes into Auburn. And it's the Auburn Tigers upsetting volunteers eighty four to eighty gave you UK score sixty six to fifty seven over Florida number nine Michigan state holds off number seven Michigan seventy five to sixty three in east Lansing, number eight, Texas Tech all over Iowa State, eighty to seventy three LSU eighty to fifty nine winners the tenth ranked Tigers, they defeat the Vanderbilt Commodores eighty two fifty nine number eleven Purdue seventy northwestern fifty seven so the Purdue Boilermakers and one of the top teams in the country and definitely a. NC double A.

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"three thirty five" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Of the hour. We're in Vietnam. Three thirty five AM local Hannity live tonight nine AM local a lot of my friends are asking. Well, how do you you sound like yourself you sound fine? Because one thing I do I stay on. I get into my hotel room. I close every shade every single thing. Sounds weird. Right. I just locked myself in my room like a lunatic. And but what I do is. I try I stay on New York time. So I'll do this for me. It's three in the afternoon eastern time. But it's three thirty five AM here in Vietnam for the historic summit, which we're going to talk about here in a second. We also have the kid that was was beat up on tape. In Berkeley, now says three eye witnesses have come forward was there from the beginning. Interesting guys getting punched in the face numerous times, and it's on video, and nobody in the media seems to care at all why it doesn't advance story like the Covington kid or doesn't advance the story like the smallest story. And as soon as those we'll just rush to judgment will smear. We'll slander will besmirch character assassination is the word of the day. Are you wanted to say one thing Linda is with us Blair and everybody the whole team is here and sweet baby. And our buddy Thomas here. All right. So what what did you want to say? I just was gonna talk about the motorcycles. That are here. It's crazy. I've never seen anything like it. Don't you know? What's amazing? I give the people the bride. These motorcycles is a lot of credit. Although it's it's hard to cross the street in the busy street. Okay. But have across the street. There's a Starbucks nearby where we are. And everybody knows CRA finding ways to cross the street, but you do risk your life. You know, what the most amazing part of it is not the wealth that we have in the United States. But you watch all these the people of Vietnam, and they ride these these many. Scotus like a school? Does you know like scooters school put it online? It will put it on. But but what so mazing about oh, you put it up on Hannity dot com. I watch they got like couches that they somehow now it's like an art form they have couches and the box and boxes and boxes. Pushes them more precious cargo that I saw these scooters which were. Defense. But strapped not Harry sandwiched between a mother and a father orange, orange one parent. That's driving us. So there's they got the older kid in the front right now. He's four now. He can he can drive. The scooter scooter scooter scooter, and they got the infant scooter. And they got the second pair. I'm like what is going on? No. But I will honestly say the ability to stack FOX's furniture children. What I'm not exactly the fan of the kids part? I mean, but the ability to stack those boxes as high as they do I was in the gym this morning. So where where where I'm at is right across from talk about where you go ahead, Vietnam where there's a big establishment, which a lot of people were going to and there was an in and out underground parking garage. And I'm just talking like there's absolutely complete disregard for the lanes. The lanes are mere suggestion. But just there let you know there are no traffic laws here. It's don't exist. The way people drive. It's not I'm on. I'm on the elliptical. Oh, I'm just watching from the window. You know, what the coolest standard? So it's, you know, three forty AM here on the way over will like driving over Earl and all of a sudden we're looking like off these guys are playing cards with lights. It's is easy. And there's a lot of poverty here. It infrastructures. Not like, even though it's not, even oh, maybe New York's worse. I don't know. I mean, New York's a pit and turn away. Yeah. Of course, no job. But it really is amazing to me. And we'll talk more about this later in the week. I don't wanna waste a lot of time on it now, but I will tell you it's amazing or people what what what they are able to do to thrive and survive in conditions that are nothing like the opportunities that we have in the US, which brings us to this. Idiotic green new deal, which is gonna we're going to remodel every home in no cows, and no airplanes, the no combustion engine oil and gas and everything. Else's free. We're going to pay for it all but don't worry about the cost even though Medicare for all alone. Is seventy to eighty percent of our budget. And that does that doesn't include all the other promises lofty promises, they're making and they will destroy the lifeblood of our economy, but it'll tank the world's economy. It enjoyed depression. Unlike anything I've seen what all under the guise of free free free. And this is going to be great utopia never gonna work. Anyway, we are here. We're in Vietnam. And we'll be here all week the summit is taking place while locally here. It's going to be on Thursday. But in let's say eastern time in New York DC time is going to be on Wednesday night. Actually, I think the timing is just around when Hannity gets on the air will know what time they're meeting. I have an interview with the president coming up this week following the historic meeting that he has with Kim Jong UN expectations by the media other non existent. They would rather talk about a Muller report that we're told is not coming out this week at all. And it's funny to watch every news outlet. They've gone all in per two years Trump Russia collusion. Well, it might not be what your thought. Well, this is just gonna be now for Adam the biggest liar in congress shift to it's gonna be for him to now begin the process of really really really describing the Trump Russia collusion because Muller two years that wasn't enough. And they as they now squirm to manage expectations that they built up with their breakfast, hysterical reporting, everyday is mind numbing. But the idea that here we are after the first summit the president, what are the president of the United States? He got let's see he got a promise from Kim Jong on that he's going to release the hostages done the remains of US servicemen from the Korean war, the nineteen fifties have been sent back to the United States. The president got a promise of the process of beginning to denuclearize the entire career. Rian peninsula. We haven't had a rocket fired over Japan or anywhere else in what fifteen sixteen months now. And then the president what did he give he's given nothing and leading up to the first summit what had happened rockets like every other week threatening the continental United States promises of destroying the United States of America. You know, little rocket, man. Fire and fury in my buttons bigger than your button. I mean, really serious pensions. Everybody afraid because the president language was too. Rough president was being too tough. He's gonna start World War three. And we ended up getting all these concessions and in exchange. Nothing was given by the US nothing except the hope the opportunity that North Korea can can literally denuclearize the whole peninsula. And that means qualm is protected. Japan is protected China is even more safe big announcement by the president over China this weekend. He's the lane those. Sanctions because the talks with China gone. So well, and he may even have an announcement some point this week. And so part of these talks. I am told from my sources will literally include and focus on the dismantling of major North Korean nuclear reactors that would be huge for the world is watching that geo two hours a World War Two. Did you think of how close the world came to the precipice of disaster all the countries France, and you know, every country that was conquered by Hitler and Nazism fascist and Tokyo, Japan and the attack on Pearl Harbor and Russian Stalin and communism bridge aligning with the Hitler and his forces in and then eventually getting attacked. And then reversing course, but we we have now you think about this. So all the economic records, you know, the consumer confidence everything that we talk about on a regular basis. The president's success never gets any focus in on president tweeted out this weekend since my election. The Dow Jones is up. Forty three percent. Okay. Nasdaq composite almost fifty percent. Great news three or four zero one k or bringing America back faster than anyone thought possible. We know of US energy production breaking every single record in the book in terms were now energy independent for the first time in in seventy years in the United States, and we are now a net exporter of energy, which I've always said is the lifeblood of our economy and also the path to prosperity because you're talking about hundreds of thousands of high paying career jobs for Americans in the energy sector. But of course, wants to get rid of all of this. Now, the president in look what he's saying about China. I will be delaying US increase in tariffs now scheduled for March one assuming both sides make additional progress we will be planning a summit for the president of China and myself at mar-a-lago to conclude an agreement a very good weekend for the. In china? Wow. That would be historic now answer this one other part of the equation. That the president decided to get out of this horrific Iranian deal. Now, we have I believe for the first time since the UN partition plan in nineteen forty seven and eight. I think for the first time you have the possibility of a real shift in terms of real potential for peace in the Mideast Hannity. That's a lofty prediction why? Well, number one. We're not dependent on the Saudis or anybody in the Middle East for lifeblood of our economy. That's huge. At means. We can be a NEC's net exporter of energy. But number two, you now have we know intelligence sharing is at an all time high that relations have never been better with the president US, Israel, the Jordanians. The Egyptians the Saudis, the Emirates all recognizing Iran as the world's biggest danger the president leading the way with sanctions bringing that country financially is quickly as possible to its knees. He's I know it's maybe somebody of liberals are not used to dropping a hundred and fifty billion dollars on the tarmac of Muller's, the chant death to Israel death to America and. Earn both our countries flags, but that could happen on top of let's see record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment and the employment of our vets. Wow. President says about the talks with China substantial progress on important structural issues, including intellectual property protection. Which is a big deal..

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"three thirty five" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

14:39 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A son is coming up beautiful. If you miss Nick Faldo, you missed any of our interviews go to the DP show app. Faldo is very funny. He's always very entertaining. And then he gave us his Sergio Garcia impersonation on the driving range. And he started beating up things. He also did his ROY McElroy impersonation is he threw the club fifty yards, but always fun to talk to him. And Jim Nance will join us a little bit later on Darius Rucker. He's playing in the AT&_T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He'll join us coming up as well. We'll check in. With Chris Mannix, Sports Illustrated, senior basketball, writers, most recent article Anthony Davis his trade demand and the plight of small market teams. Also talked to him about what's going on with. Kevin Durant the latest drama, and as I said in the first hour, I do believe Golden State knows what? Kevin Durant is going to do. And I don't know if they can do anything about whether he stays or he goes, my feeling is he goes, but I've said that all along and this was before porzingas got traded by the Knicks, and we'll talk to Mannix about this any other deals that could be made. I do like the Tobias Harris trade from the clippers to the seventy Sixers, and you know, don't sleep on Jerry West is strangers. That's going to sound because people forget Jerry West is running the clippers. He's doing something here. Not sure exactly what. But that's what makes him one of the two greatest basketball minds probably in the history of the NBA along with Red Auerbach Yamakawa Ida like it. I you know, trade with Jerry West train with daddy AJ gave up Mark. They traded Jason Tatum's rights for Marquel. Falter dating age trading for a pitcher with the Braves terrible deal. If you guys have tried golden road craft beer, then you know, what I'm talking about. And if you haven't you gotta do it mango cart unique brew and received a gold medal the twenty eighteen world. Dear Cup, also the wolf pups session. I loved it. The first time I had it loved it. I said to paulie that's our Christmas party beer. Yes. Well, I love two of them last night at the restaurant. We went out to we. Really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. While I'm in my hotel room studying for today's show. I'm being guy we hit the town. A couple of guys on the town getting some Baroness. You know, what this outside my life is last night. I got room service. And I watched highlights of previous AT and T Pebble Beach Pro-Am someone on this who. Who could top that for what they did last night. Todd. I did not watch that. I didn't watch TV. I got some happy dragon or something like that. I call down to the front desk hotel choose between a pizza place in a Chinese place and the Chinese on the west coast is very very different than I'm used to. But you're in a hotel with a beautiful restaurant. I could have gone down to the lobby, but I was just very comfortable in the room. And I was in the mood for Chinese food. And I know they didn't have that in the lobby and next thing. You know, I'm Niki been wonton soup and low may having an having a grand old time. All right closest to the whole Todd's tab for Chinese food last night. No expensive. Ducks. All the they. They didn't understand. I wanted steamed broccoli with the Brown sauce on the side. I became a whole ordeal. Okay. Pauley on start with you. Dollars and forty five cents thirty one forty five. You don't say anything Seton O'Connor thirty-seven twenty-five, mclovin. Forty six dollars. You act like that hasn't been. You you've gone up their four hundred thirty seven dollars for Chinese food for one person is not funny. I'm going to go thirty to fifty oh, the actual retail price. They believe was thirty three thirty five. That's pretty good. You left a tip? This time. I always leave a tall. I left a few dollars less than you use because you'll go how much do I leave for thirty dollars? You know, give them six or seven. I gave them my car. You usually give like three dollars I've grown up since then. Okay. Google that appropriate tip for the pizza guy or the Chinese restaurant guide, and it helped me out, and I gave him I think around it off for like, forty bucks. Brewed to stand out you'll find mango cart and wolf pup session. IP available in all fifty states. California inspired golden road brewing fresh craft beer since two thousand eleven mclovin. Took it upon himself to come up with a poll question from the first hour. The Philadelphia Eagles. Oh, Nick foles the right to let it determine what team he goes to fifty two percent say, yes. Yeah. We tossed that around in the first hour that here's falls into say oh him is. You know, if I'm foles, and I say, all right. If you want me to stay you franchise me, I get twenty five million dollars to be a backup. Now if I'm the eagles. I I wanna keep Nick foles because I got Carson Wentz on a rookie contract. I I can afford both of them because it would be reversed and you would have Carson Wentz making twenty five million. And then the backup the backup would be making more than Carson Wentz is making now I have Nick foles. I don't know about Carson Wentz long-term, and I'm talking about sixteen games. But to oh him is. That's the key word right there. Do you owe him because he gave you a championship? Yes. So I think that there's sort of a happy medium here with it where they don't need to bend over backwards to make sure that he's happy. But I think they owe him at the very least the respect of what can we do to make sure this works for both of us. We wanna make sure you're good and make sure that we're good. And that may sound simple. But I don't think it normally works that way. They at the very least that I see it that way to where you say to him. Look, we'll help you. You're not playing for the giants. And you're not playing for Washington. Right. We'll help you elsewhere. If that's what helped means then that's what I would try to do. Yes. Mclovin. I find it interesting that Nick foles twenty five million dollar year quarterback too. And it seems like is that? No, no, no, no. I I don't wanna pay him that. I don't think he's a franchise quarterback. I think he played extremely well when they needed him the most. But can I rely on him for sixteen games to be really? Good. I don't think. So I'm here in dead are reading that. He's going to get twenty plus million a free agent. Oh, yeah. He is. Now, that's the going rate. Yeah. I mean Sam Bradford twenty million for God's sakes. All right. Chris Mannix is a busy man certainly today with the NBA trade deadline, the great senior basketball writer from Sports Illustrated. His most recent article Anthony Davis is trade demand in the plate of the small market teams. Chris good morning. Thanks for joining us. What's happening dance? Well, I'm curious. And that's why we're having you on of the last twenty four hours and the next, you know, six seven eight hours, but what has happened? What could happen? Well, I mean, they're almost to sort of separate tracks one is kind of the Anthony Davis one and ULA guy. I've been writing the last couple of days, and nothing I was told last night has changed. My my take on it. The pelicans don't wanna do an Anthony Davis deal before the deadline. They really never have. There are legitimate reasons for it. You know, the the idea of getting Boston involved and their offer in the mix. Even if it's just as leverage seeing the draft play out and who gets that number one pick. And if that is somehow in play just to to a lot of people inside that organization high ranking people it never made a lot of sense to do a deal the personal side of it is that the pelicans some members of the organization in the front office. Anyway. Did they don't like how this has all gone down. They knew that at the end of the season. They were probably going to have to find a deal for Anthony Davis. He was going to reject their long term contract extension. They knew that was most likely, and when he did that it would effectively forced them to make a deal involving him. They don't like how this all became public and became a transparent attempt to get him to the Lakers. So not only do they not want to do a deal for the reasons I just kind of enumerated they also don't wanna do anything to help out Anthony Davis and the people in his camp. Okay. There's two ways to look at this. You may not want to help out the Lakers. You may not like that. They embarrassed you. You may not like the Anthony Davis is ready to walk out with a year and a half left on his contract. But the pelicans have to make a deal that may decide if the pelicans stay in New Orleans. I mean, I feel like these small market seems as you talked about I mean, this is really important for the future of this franchise here is this deal with the Lakers that they're offering everybody is it a good deal for them. No matter what the other drama is involved. No, it's it's not. Well for starters, if you survey the landscape, and you look at the best potential player that could be involved in a deal. It's obviously Jason Tatum. And if you survey the landscape, and you look at the best potential draft pick package that you can get back in return. It's obviously what Boston has because the Celtics will not only talk to them about their picks, certainly the Memphis pick that could be an extraordinarily valuable pick in the next two years is in the mix the Sacramento Kings pick this coming year, which probably middle of the first round is going to be in the mix. The lakers. They can only offer their draft picks back in return. And you know, Brandon Ingram is a good player. Lonzo ball is a good player. Kyle. Kuzma is a good player. I just don't think and nobody I've talked to across the league. Thanks either. Dan that any of those players rises to the level of. Jason tatum. So then Austin deal headlined by Jason Tatum is a possibility. Why wouldn't you wait a few months deal with a few months of discomfort of maybe having Anthony Davis sit out to to get that deal on the table. Yeah. I'm with you on that. That's why I said I would I would not acquiesce to the Lakers and their desperation to make this happen by the end of today. I would wait you got time on your hands. You got Davis still under contract to see if there's somebody else out there who's going to rise to the occasion. And you know, maybe it's New York. Maybe it's you know, throw it another team there. But I just curious it feels like why are the Lakers feeling desperate here? Well, they have very good reason to feel that way because if you get into the summer this summer, right there isn't a free agent out there top tier guy that to my understanding has the Lakers crank as their number one destination. It could change in in a lot can change in months, but you know, a wide Leonard it certainly feels like it's Toronto and the clippers Kevin Durant. You know, we we've talked about this before. But Kevin Durant. If he wins the championship this year is mindset is going to be. I'm not going to team up with LeBron James I'm gonna compete with input championships. I don't I don't see him teaming up with LeBron in LA. Jimmy Butler is going to go where the money is. That's philadelphia. Kemba Walker is going to go with the money is that's either that could be somewhere else, but most likely in Charlotte. So if the Lakers go through this year, they may not get anybody this next off season. And then you have to look at the summer twenty twenty LeBron's going to be thirty six years old. So you have to start. This isn't like Miami. The clock is ticking on LeBron's productive years. So not getting Anthony Davis. Now, maybe made me they may not get anybody of importance until the summer of twenty twenty so gonna Chris Mannix, these Sports Illustrated senior writer. Lebron not joining the team on the bench now five six seats down. It looks horrible. But yeah. Is there more to this? Or is it just a picture? I don't know enough about the specific optics, Dan. But I did talk to somebody very familiar with that organization a couple of nights ago, and one thing he said was that the Lakers better make this deal because it's getting very negative out there, and you heard the the chance in the crowd in Indiana. And the message coming from this person was that, you know, the the way these young guys are seeing this is that LeBron comes in. And all this talk about how LeBron is going to elevate. These guys he'll built develop a championship team before the all-star break. The feeling is what do you want to think? It's it's what it's that way or not. But the feeling is that LeBron is trying to treat them because we know that Rich Paul is the agent of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. And you know, I I don't think that, you know, Anthony Davis runs everything by LeBron James. But I would imagine that you know. Rich Paul as kept LeBron James in the loop on all this. And they have to know it like I said, it's a transparent attempt to get Anthony Davis to the Lakers and to get him there. If you just connecting dots all the young players gotta go. So I mean, you've got these guys are starting kind of their own careers. They they're trying to to to make their own Mark in the NBA and the message they're basically getting and interpreting is that LeBron doesn't want us here. So this has a chance, and you know, we we made some we talked in the preseason. I used to work combustible to describe that team. We're kind of barreling towards that that moment if they get past the deadline with no deal. Yeah. It'd be great. If the players moved away from LeBron on the bench for one game. And instead of the other way around they just seceded from the union did want to ask you before. I let you go a Kevin Durant. Comments about the article in the athletic. Do you think that Golden State knows what? Kevin Durant is gonna do in the offseason. No. And I've had this conversation..

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"three thirty five" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seven eighty three thirty five after his interview on the Ellen Degeneres show might Kevin Hart back on track to host the Oscars. Degenerates calls her interview with heart, an incredible and honest conversation about hosting the Oscars in which Hart explains why he did not initially apologize for past anti gay jokes and social media posts. I understood. Why people would be upset which made the choice to not use them anymore. Part goes on to say, he apologized back. Then if things bringing up ten year old tweets is an attack somebody has to take a stand against a quote, unquote, troves, right, but they're going to win. If you don't host the Oscars generous says she called the academy to encourage heart is host, Jim Roope. Los Angeles produces behind Black Panther crazy. Rich, Asians, a star is born and bohemian rhapsody are among the ten nominees for the top prize at the producers guild awards also nominated black klansman, the favourite green book, a quiet place Roma and vice I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. One of the biggest rallies of the bull market sent equity soaring with the S and P five hundred index of the Dow Jones industrial average both climbing more than three percent. And the NASDAQ composite index gaining four point three percent after a better than expected jobs report. And also we got sympathetic comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, it was the second time in just over a week that all three major indexes breached the three percent level. Moreover for the S and P five hundred is now traded in an intraday range exceeding two percent on fifteen of the last twenty one days that is the most since two thousand eleven now more on that jobs report, America's labour-market ending the year on a high note. Let's get details from Bloomberg's Vinny. Tell Jud is mid signs. The economy could be stalling December payrolls top Wall Street. Estimates advancing three hundred twelve thousand wages. Also picked up at the same time. The unemployment rate edged up a bit to three point nine percent. But that's because more people actively sought work. The labor force participation rate rose to the highest since September twenty seventeen sixty three point one percent. Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio into the post market GE shares they rose it came afterward that Apollo global management is talking to bankers about lining death to buy all are part of General Electric's jet leasing business that's considered the crown jewel of the business, and it could be worth as much as forty billion dollars. This. According to people familiar with the matter the asset managers met with lenders to secure up thirty billion dollars in financing, and the emphasized no deal is imminent. GE may keep the business unit has drawn interest from other potential buyers as well. And global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Tucker. You're listening to Bloomberg radio..

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"three thirty five" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"three thirty five" Discussed on KTRH

"Three thirty five Texans and colts, by the way, they've split their head to head matchups during the regular season. So this is going to be the definer, I'm Chevra fryer and Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Here's jeanne. Sounds good everywhere. News, weather and traffic next time, you're at home. Alexa, play KTAR h on iheartradio. African weather in a moment. But I'm sorry. Oh, okay. Again, we're having a Mike glitch their apologies for that. But at any rate I wanted to just share this briefly before we get to our traffic and weather once again, Hank Johnson. Who is one of the more interesting members of the democrat congress? Yesterday, taking more shots at not only President Trump, but also his supporters the democrat from Georgia Representative Hank Johnson saying that Donald Trump and his make America, great again followers are older less educated less prosperous, and they're dying earlier their life spans are decreasing just just just Trump supporters, lifespans are decreasing mind you and many are dying from alcoholism, drug overdoses, liver disease or simply a broken heart. He said this on the floor of the new congress yesterday. And I just wanted to remind everybody for the sake of of of being thorough. Who Representative Hank Johnson is? I don't know how many square miles that. That is do you happen to know? I don't have that figure with me, sir. I can certainly supply it to you if you'd like my fear is that the whole island will become so overly pumped. Related that it will tip over and capsize that was Mr. educated as he rips maga- voters for being less educated telling telling congress and questioning general about putting troops on the island of Guam saying if we put too many troops there it literally might capsize. That's the man calling us less educated and telling us we're dying early because we're Trump supporters just throwing that out there. Six eleven now. Traffic and weather once again, you'll lead the hardy with.

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Small plane crashes into Florida autism center, 2 dead

Morano in the Morning

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Small plane crashes into Florida autism center, 2 dead

"Two people are dead after a small plane crashed through the roof of a Florida building. Local media say the crash occurred Saturday afternoon near the Fort Lauderdale executive airport and caused a fire in a building. That contained a therapy center for autistic children both passengers in the Cessna three thirty five were killed eight teachers and five children were in the building. When the plane crashed one of the teachers suffered minor injuries as she ushered the children from the building. But she was

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Fed holds interest rates steady, noting rising inflation

Bloomberg Best

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Fed holds interest rates steady, noting rising inflation

"Four rate hikes here i think you've got this sort of even those i mean charlie evans who's been intellectually consistent he wanted to see the whites of the eyes of inflation i think just sort of made this point there following the data it exactly that the data is now come to them and they now feel validated in their view loss and inflation the deceleration we saw last year was a transitory phenomena and stephen would is with russell investments i've been saying for a while that a yellen fed was willing to raise rates into a mediocre environment now you've got a paul lead fed where you get an improvement not only the economy but inflation so i think from that perspective we would be looking at three probably four rate hikes in two thousand eighteen after the bell we heard from tesla its firstquarter adjusted loss was three thirty five per share estimates were four three forty one first quarter revenue three point four one billion estimates were four three point three two billion stocks laura s and p down nineteen down seven tenths of one percent the dow also down seven tenths of one percent down one hundred and seventy four points nasdaq down thirty down four tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best with jim june grasso continues in his second meeting is fed chair jerome powell in the federal open market committee held us interest rates steady today for more on the decision bloomberg scarlet fu and tom keene spoke with grant thornton chief economist diane swonk and jeff rosenberg black rocks chief fixed income strategist diane let me start with you give us your thoughts on the comments on inflation with employment moving closer to that percents target and the added use of the word symmetric i think it's really important because it gets back to the idea that they're willing to overshoot on inflation even as they're raising rates and allowing unemployment to continue to fall it is i think we're gonna get to four rate hikes this year i think you've got the sort of even those i mean charlie evan who's been intellectually consistent you want to see the whites of the eyes of inflation i think jeff sort of made this point there following the data it is exactly that the data is now come to them and they now feel validated in their view that the loss and inflation.

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US seeking 1 million for massive study of DNA, health habits

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02:10 min | 4 years ago

US seeking 1 million for massive study of DNA, health habits

"To partly sunny skies today and a high near sixty in a really nice couple of days tomorrow and thursday with highs near seventy under mostly sunny skies and the latest around the state right now over to win naturally you're going to get to some sunshine and sixty three headed to the south bay and coober has some sunshine and fifty three up to bellingham right now cloudy at fifty three and currently seatac airport fifty three and cloudy skies the government's looking for a million people for a massive study it hopes will help fight disease as we hear from rita foley to some people get sick and others don't national institutes of health research searchers hope to learn the answer to that question and others so they can better customize ways to prevent entry disease and i h director dr francis collins calls this a national adventure that's going to transform medical care they're looking for a million volunteers you have to be willing to share your dna and ten years of health habits you'll be able to see your results and i h says all of your information will be protected against hackers enrollment opens on sunday rita foley washington corazon eleven twenty six members of britain's house of lords have defeated the government voting to get parliament and potentially decisive say over brexit these are your world headlines from abc news international trade secretary liam fox isn't impressed this is a question about whether the will of the british people will be respected on not the amendment passed by a vote of three thirty five to forty four its supporters say parliament not government ministers must determined in the future of the country president trump suggests a summit with north korean leader kim jong un might take place in the symbolic demilitarized zone that divides the korea's a burning building in downtown so pala was collapsed as firefighters worked to put out a fire began in the middle of the night debris smashed to the ground filling surrounding streets and new zealand plans to start taxing people who buy books shoes and other small items online from abroad in a measure many people are calling the amazon tax i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london the.

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