35 Burst results for "Two Thousand Fourteen"

The Creation Story of Bounce With Co-Founder, CEO Cody Candee

Code Story

02:10 min | Last month

The Creation Story of Bounce With Co-Founder, CEO Cody Candee

"Outsourcing network of local businesses all around the world big cities we operate different services inside of these businesses for the main one where the bulk of bounce is all around luggage storage. When you're traveling. Now let's check in check out day. You might have all your things in place to keep them with. Bouncy can open our app or a website and find a place to go and leave your thanks for the day the businesses that we work with make extra revenue off that after traffic and travellers all day of their vacation or business travel or whatever it. Is we see leaving golfer. Events wilson launched another product this year package acceptance rate on top of our existing network. You can send your packages to about slow pitch and help with traveling or if he lives in a city doorman i can't be around. Two receivers earned delivery so yeah sorta long-term and we'll be building bounds to help these small businesses make more money and then on your side we exist to basically keep people from not having to plan their days around there things anymore so luggage storage package. Acceptance tools will add more in the future in two thousand fourteen. I was working in san francisco. Some friends some co workers in the scrap. Some drinks after work. Someone said i'm going to join. But i'm gonna go all the way home. I drop off my bag and being minimalist that i am. You know living by this lawsuit that you're thinks she hold you down. I thought crazy how common it is for people to literally go way out of the way to plan the whole evening around there. Things spend extra money on taxis or the ubers and yeah it's crazy. So how can we solve problem. That night i was far. And i took the back of a menu. And we're just like writing all radios that came to my head including inbound that first day and the big vision is can we build a cloud computing infrastructure for the physical distributed storage everywhere. I mean you go with your thanks to you

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Dodgers Clinch Their Ninth Consecutive Playoff Berth

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:46 min | Last month

Dodgers Clinch Their Ninth Consecutive Playoff Berth

"Like to welcome in now the greet buster only espn baseball insider host of the baseball tonight. Podcast can follow at buster underscore. Espn buster always great to talk to you. Guys are man so buster. The dodgers clinched their ninth street playoff spot with a win last night. How important is it for them to actually win the division though with these surprising giants well. It's it's absolutely huge. The funny thing was about nine days ago. We had the dodgers and giants sunday night. Baseball and i asked that very question of neighbors. The dodgers manager any kind of blinked looked at me and he goes. You know what it's too out. I haven't even given a thought right. He's still in the moment of the regular season. But you know now down the stretch with less than three weeks ago it's going to become a focal point because we've seen time and again how great players can be derailed. By that wildcard game. There were a couple of years Seven eight years ago when it looked like at the end of the regular season the pittsburgh pirates were the best team in the national league but they had to go through wildcard game and it back to back years they face madison bumgarner to the beginning of the greatest postseason run. We've ever seen any pitcher that was in two thousand fourteen and they lost and then the next year they got jake arrieta at the end of the greatest second half we ever saw from pitcher And they lost again and so the dodgers have a chance to be the first team to win back to back titles since The nineteen ninety. Eight to two thousand yankees. I think that the best team in baseball right now but one game. You just never

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5 Technologies to End All Wars... That Didn't

TechStuff

02:05 min | Last month

5 Technologies to End All Wars... That Didn't

"This episode originally published back in september of two thousand fourteen september tenth. To be precise it is titled five technologies to end all wars. That didn't and i think the title pretty much sets it all up. Let's dive in people who are real. Innovators really I forward thinkers for lack of a better word. Often get kind of idealistic and optimistic. Sometimes perhaps unrealistically so right and so we we have some examples here of people who very confidently at the time. Proclaimed that the technology either they invented or that they were an advocate for would be the end of war for one reason or another and they fall into different kinds of categories. So we're gonna talk about all of them. Yes so there's several different ways. I guess you could imagine that war between humans could in on one hand. It's kind of hard to imagine that because it's just such a fundamental part of human nature and human history. Obviously it would be a fantastic thing for us to not violently. Kill each other in great numbers at intervals of time. sure But there are few ways you could look at how this might happen so one would be to sort of make war too risky Though that it's just not in your self interest pursue it. Gotcha so the idea being that even if you feel you have an advanced military that to wage war of any type would would incur such losses as to nullify any positive effect that that war might have your so. You just cannot be of a net advantage to you. The only way to win is not to play. I guess another way though. This is kind of harder to imagine how it would be done would be to say that you would make war completely impracticable or physically impossible. So it's just you somehow create a technology that makes so that people cannot actually do it. You want to shoot somebody but your gun doesn't work.

Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot

Direct from Hollywood

00:54 sec | Last month

Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot

"Tom cruise is set to fly once again in the upcoming. Top gun maverick. The sequel to his hit from nineteen eighty six. When you think of the original topgun. Tom is clearly the first actor that comes to mind. But the second is val kilmer who played his nemesis partner. Tom kaczynski and even though val unfortunately lost the ability to speak to a health battle in two thousand fourteen. It was tom himself. Who insisted there was no sequel without vow producer. Jerry bruckheimer tells people. Tom said we have to have him back. Tom was the driving force. We all wanted him. But tom was adamant that if he's going to make another top gun foul had to be in it. He's such a fine actor and such a good individual he goes on to say we had such a good time on the first one and wanted to bring some of the gang back together again. It was really emotional. Experience for all of us was a long time getting there but we did top gun. Maverick was actually just pushed back. Four months that will hit theaters may twenty seventh of twenty twenty two

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How to Launch Your Online Business with Author Jeff Walker

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:53 min | Last month

How to Launch Your Online Business with Author Jeff Walker

"Came on back then and you talked about your new york times number one bestseller and here. We are seven years later your writing a new addition to this masterpiece why the book contains this formula. I've been developing now for twenty five years. It sounds ridiculous. Twenty five years and that formula is going to keep on working because it's based on human psychology. It's based on the way we make decisions and it's taking that though that psychology and it's putting it to use in your promotion so you can launch whatever you want without online course. Membership site podcast. Even just doesn't matter. It's how to launch and so the book was the for. The first edition was published in two thousand fourteen. Two reasons why updated first of all people go onto amazon and they see it was published in two thousand fourteen. And they're like well. This must be old. I'm not going to get it because things move so quickly. Well that's partially true. The tactics change but the strategies strategies remain so in a new edition. We kept all the old strategies that keep on working but we added the new tactics that that are part of the world. We live in today. So for instance back in two thousand fourteen pay traffic. You know using adds to drive people into your offers was a thing but it wasn't a thing at the level. It is right now so i had to update to show how to use. Pay traffic within your launches. Same thing with social media shirt. Social media was a thing in two thousand fourteen but it wasn't everything the way. It is now so i had update to show how to use social within your launches and then another thing. Is the tools keep involving. When i first started out launches. We're literally via email. That was the only tool we had. Then eventually we had blogs. So i could do blog posts then eventually. We had online audio then. Very simple screen capture online video than it was fancier video and then we started using narrative narrative-driven driven really fancy video as bureau and everything. Now we have live broadcasts. We can actually broadcast live via any number of different tools and so many the launch is not all of them but many of the launches now us live video and live streaming as part of the lodge. So i had to update with that another thing and i don't. I'm sort of giving the whole overview here right now but the way we actually once you go through your pre launch phase and you get into your open cart. That has completely changed as well. So i had to update for all the new tactics and the new tools that we've got these days that we didn't have in two thousand fourteen

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What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Adjunct Position

The Heather Monthie Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Adjunct Position

"What i wish. I knew before i got my first adjunct teaching position as an it instructor so in this video. I wanted to share with you. One of the major things that i really wish i knew and understood before i took my first position as an adjunct instructor I think that teaching at colleges universities community colleges is a wonderful way to break into teaching. And i am very thankful to have had the opportunity that somebody gave me that opportunity and as i move forward in my career in higher education was able to give so many people their first chance at a teaching at the university level level vocational school level etc. And so what i wanted to do though is to share with you to sort of reflect back a little bit on my own career and share with you. What i just kinda wish i knew. And there's one big day. There's a lot of things that i wish that i knew. But there's a i guess one big thing so i guess i let's go back a little bit so i knew i was going to be a teacher. I've always enjoyed teaching. I love working with people and helping them achieve their goals. i i i Teaching gig was in two thousand. I actually became a certified flight instructor and You taught adults how to fly. I also taught junior junior achievement. And i taught second graders about You know finance economics that kind of stuff that was. Those are really sort of my first gigs. In teaching actually think flight instructing came a little bit later in two thousand and two And then i also started teaching online in two thousand thirteen. I started working with educators for teachers who were bringing technology into the classroom and so Obviously using technology to teach online. That was a fantastic thing to be able to bring all these things together. And then i started my phd in two thousand ten and i completed that in two thousand fourteen with the goal that i wanted to keep progressing in my career in education. What i really wanted to do was i really wanted to start my own school. I wanted to start a school that would help. People advanced their technology careers. Earn a very good income And to be able to change their lives in I was been very passionate about helping. People really just changed their financial situation and oftentimes You know having a larger income higher income really does help level up their financial

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How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

The Big Story

02:17 min | 2 months ago

How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Stephen save holds the patterson chair and international affairs at carleton university. Among the books he's written is adapting in the dust. Lessons learned from canada's war in afghanistan. And he also co hosts a podcast about canada's national security called the battle rhythm hasty. Hello i'm doing all right like many canadians. I kind of spent the weekend. seeing progressively more and more disturbing images coming out of afghanistan especially kabul and. I'm i'm wondering if you could maybe describe what we're actually seeing and hearing about in afghanistan right now. Well it's the collapse of the government that we've been trying to build for the past twenty years The taliban were kicked out of the country by american forces and then in two thousand and two There developed a un effort that became a nato effort called isaf the international security assistance force along with a variety of other international partners to try to build a self sustaining afghan government. And then two thousand fourteen. Nato largely pulled out three years. After canada pulled out of combat and for the past seven years there was a nato effort to train the afghan army and last year. Donald trump Negotiated deal the taliban that would vote the remaining few americans that were left in afghanistan out before this summer there about two thousand five hundred americans soldiers mostly doing training and doing coordination type stuff and So that was Trump's decision last year and then when it became president there was a question about whether he would live by the deal which had a deadline of may fifth at all. Americans are supposed to be out by may fifth and the by racial thought. That would be too fast. That that we would be able to get our stuff in our people out in his In his mind and so they sent the data september eleventh and over the course of the summer The taliban made a series of deals with a variety of actors within afghanistan that led to the collapse of the afghan national army forces that were guarding a variety of places around the country until the only thing that was left was couple which fell this weekend.

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NHTSA Launches Probe Into Tesla Autopilot System

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

NHTSA Launches Probe Into Tesla Autopilot System

"Tesla autopilot system is now under federal investigation regulator said they opened the case because at least eleven tesla vehicles have crashed into parked emergency vehicles including fire trucks and police cars. Since two thousand eighteen one woman was killed and seventeen others were hurt in these crashes. The investigation covers. All of the cars. Tesla has sold since two thousand fourteen officials with the national highway. Traffic safety administration will look for possible. Flaws and tesla autopilot system. That could make a dangerous if they find any issues. This federal agency could force tesla to install new safety features or issue recalls. Investigators say though especially focus on how the autopilot system make sure drivers are paying attention. Tesla does tell customers to keep both hands on the wheel and to watch the road but as the new york times reports tesla founder elon. Musk has been skeptical of the idea. That an autopilot system should be monitoring the driver and tesla continues to say it's autopilot feature is

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Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

CNBC's Fast Money

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

"Checkout tesla shares tumbling as the national highway traffic safety administration announces a formal investigation into the v. makers autopilot system philo joins us with the very latest details on this serious story high fill. It is a serious story. Courtney now it remains to be seen whether or not this ultimately leads to a recall for the tesla impacted here. But there's no doubt that this investigation catches a lot of attention because you're talking about an autopilot system. That is highly controversy. A lot of people have said look. This is bad news. people shouldn't be using it. others have said it's overstated. How how dangerous. This might be eleven. Crashes into emergency vehicles are being investigated. Seventeen injuries one fatality in basically involves all the tesla model x. X y and three between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty

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Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

CNBC's Fast Money

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

"Checkout tesla shares tumbling as the national highway traffic safety administration announces a formal investigation into the v. makers autopilot system philo joins us with the very latest details on this serious story high fill. It is a serious story. Courtney now it remains to be seen whether or not this ultimately leads to a recall for the tesla impacted here. But there's no doubt that this investigation catches a lot of attention because you're talking about an autopilot system. That is highly controversy. A lot of people have said look. This is bad news. people shouldn't be using it. others have said it's overstated. How how dangerous. This might be eleven. Crashes into emergency vehicles are being investigated. Seventeen injuries one fatality in basically involves all the tesla model x. X y and three between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty

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NHTSA Investigating Teslas Autopilot

Techmeme Ride Home

02:06 min | 2 months ago

NHTSA Investigating Teslas Autopilot

"The nhtsa. This morning announced the opening of a formal investigation into tesla autopilot system covering seven hundred sixty five thousand vehicles saying autopilot has trouble spotting parked emergency vehicles quoting the associated press. The investigation covers seven hundred. Sixty five thousand vehicles almost everything that tesla has sold in the us since the start of the two thousand fourteen model year of the crashes identified by the national highway traffic safety administration as part of the investigation. Seventeen people were injured and one was killed. Nhtsa says it has identified eleven crashes since two thousand eighteen in which tesla's on autopilot or traffic aware cruise control have hit vehicles at scenes where first responders have used flashing lights flares and eliminated arrow board or cones warning of hazards. The agency announced the action. Monday posting on its website. The investigation covers tesla's entire current model lineup. The models y x s and three from two thousand fourteen through twenty twenty one model years the national transportation safety board which also has investigated some of the tesla crashes has recommended that nhtsa and tesla limit autopilots use to areas where it can safely operate ntsb also recommended that nhtsa required tesla to have a better system to make sure drivers are paying attention. Nhtsa has not taken action on any of the recommendations. The ntsb has no enforcement powers and can only make recommendations to other federal agencies such as nhtsa quote the investigation will assess the technologies and methods used to monitor assist and enforce the drivers engagement with the driving task during autopilot operation. Nhtsa said in its investigation documents. In addition the probe will cover object and event detection by the system as well as where it is allowed to operate. Nhtsa says it will examine quote contributing circumstances to the crashes as well as similar crashes. An investigation could lead to a recall or other enforcement action. By nhtsa

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Cameron Diaz says she feels 'whole' after leaving acting: 'I just really wanted to make my life manageable' - Fox News

Ringer Dish

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Cameron Diaz says she feels 'whole' after leaving acting: 'I just really wanted to make my life manageable' - Fox News

"Cameron diaz apparently told huffington post in two thousand fourteen that she is not warned deodorant for twenty years it. She says it's really bad for you. I haven't used it for twenty years your stinky because you use any per sprint. It keeps all the stink in

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Is Global Warming a Hoax?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Is Global Warming a Hoax?

"We're are talking with steven hayward about the just released. Un ipcc report on the imminent demise of the earth due to global warming. and steve. Before the break you were just starting to explain that this entire global warming hysteria is based on model projections but the scientists scientific portion of the ipc report is starting to acknowledge that there are simply serious problems with those models. So let's pick it up there. Yeah this is the hardest playing in simple terms you know. There's a famous quote from late. James q wilson one of the most prominent conservative political scientists to the last generation anyone's said the social scientists quick trying to predict the future. You can't even predict the past and that turns out to be exactly true. Climate modeling scientific community that works on this recently tried to back to some of their models to data we've generated from thousands thousands of years ago and found that the model generated temperature predictions that way off from what the temperature records were able to figure out actually work so come to the current Reports and you know the problem computer miles of the old garbage in garbage out. What do you put in the front end Well you have to put in an admissions projection. How much greenhouse gas emissions admit from fossil fuels over the next seventy eighty years and the last few reports from pcc. The last one being in two thousand fourteen had these very high projections of what they thought we were gonna do. Over the next century the world about growth and so forth well As time has gone on people look at those projections. say those are totally unrealistic

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Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

"Where we start off with. The great commodity collapsed crude oil falling to its lowest level since the end of may goals at its lows of the session was a prices not seen since april of last year. Silver is now down more than eight percent in just the past week. Cobber lumber you know also down. So does this commodity selloff give you cause for concern or is it a sign that inflation will be transitory as the fed says stan. What are your thoughts tells you that they think or at least investors selling off crude who firmed up the dollar firmed out the ten year. Us treasury yield. They're telling you that they think the fed is going to start to taper soon. And if you go back to two thousand thirteen. In the december meeting the fed started to taper bond purchases from eighty five billion a month to seventy five trillion and then each subsequent meeting they started tapering ten billion dollars. Look at those three risk assets that we talked about that would signal that maybe we get it. As soon as jackson hole at the end of this month or the next meeting in september that the fed might really start speaking to now. Obviously i have no idea but when you look at crude oil i'll just tell you what happened. From december two thousand thirteen to december two thousand fourteen when that taper was in full effect crude oil in half okay so just from a technical perspective right now. Crude oil right now is broken that trend. That's been in place since the lows about a year ago or so and so technically it seems in a tough spot especially right now when the world is kind of grappling with delta variant. And maybe we're seeing less demand for your karen. That's what i think it is. i think it's delta variant. I think that you know when you have commodities and just a little bit of pulled back on demand commodities are commodities obviously so a little less demand means prices can really move especially as a commodity producers are gearing up making more. So that's what it seems to me. I'm not sure how to fit together. The very strong jobs number. That's not cover for the fed at all and yet this commodity action that is and the delta varian and the number of cases and the number of that is some cover for the fed.

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Deborah Lipstadt Picked as Biden's Antisemitism Envoy

People of the Pod

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Deborah Lipstadt Picked as Biden's Antisemitism Envoy

"Alarmed by a wave of attacks on american jews tied to the recent violence between israel and hamas american jewish committee and others in may press the white house to address a glaring void in the us state department the absence of a special envoy to monitor and combat anti-semitism around the world. This week president biden. Fill that vacancy. With one of america's preeminent jewish historians and holocaust scholars emory university professor. Deborah lipstadt professor. Lipstadt joined us on people at the pod shortly after the release of her latest book anti-semitism here and now a series of letters to an imagined college student and imagined colleague. Both of whom are perplexed by contemporary expressions of the most ancient hatred. We discussed whether the world is sufficiently aware of this ever present. danger professor. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me so tell me what did inspire you to write this book wind. Did you start writing it. Was there a catalyst. The catalyst was a lot of things that happen amazingly enough now. It sounds like h industry a in two thousand fourteen. The shooting in brussels the the murderer in brussels of visitors to the jewish museum there and a lot of the anti-semitism that emerged around the war in gaza. But it was clear to me that it wasn't just related to the war in gaza that there had been enough other things happening that to just say. Oh this is all about. Gaza was a simplistic view. I wrote an op. Ed for the new york times got a tremendous amount of attention. Discussion and Finally i didn't. I thought that would be the end of it. My agent set me deborah. There's a book here. Where's the proposal. I said i have wallowed in the sewers of anti semitism and holocaust and office so much in my life. I really don't want to write about this. But he wouldn't give up. So i wrote the proposal. He presented to a publisher. They were interested in. I had to write the book. I mean a flip about that really. But as the time where i really started writing the book i would say two thousand fifteen amid to end two thousand fifteen and by that point. It was clear that the book was to me. It was clear that the book was

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Siyona Vikram, Host of 'Little Mind Chats', on the Dangers of Plastic Toys

Podcast Movement 2021

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Siyona Vikram, Host of 'Little Mind Chats', on the Dangers of Plastic Toys

"Just wrapped season for my podcast. Which was about a environment. I've been very lucky to speak to some variants firing scientists and children from across the world. The discussion with each of them left a deep impact on my thoughts and made me realize that apart from many other problems. Plastic is a real problem too and that we have to act now so i decided to do something. I took some time to understand. What is mike capacity to help reduce plastic one evening while playing with my brother. I realized we were using plastic bowl. It suddenly struck me that most of his toys in mind for made of plastic plastic toys are all around us. Does this look familiar. Every single house would kids have huge stashes of toys like these ones. I started doing some research on plastic toys. And i'd like to share in this forum. Some astonishing facts for my research that followed it turns out that ninety percent of the toys in the world today. I'm made of plastic according to a unep report from two thousand fourteen. It stated the toy industry belongs to the group that uses plastic the most intensively in products it also published her applaud that finds twenty five percent of children's toys contain harmful

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Rand Paul Drags Anthony Fauci Over Coronavirus Origins

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Rand Paul Drags Anthony Fauci Over Coronavirus Origins

"There was a memorable exchange between dr fao. She and senator rand paul in the united states. Senate yesterday you may have read about it. I want you to hear it. It takes six minutes. But i want you to hear here is a change as you are aware it is a crime to lie to congress. Section one zero zero one of the. Us criminal code creates a felony and a five year penalty for lying to congress on your last trip to our committee on may eleventh. You stated that the nih has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wuhan institute of technology and yet gain of function. Research was done entirely in the wuhan institute by dr she and was funded by the nih. I'd like to ask anatomist consent. Insert into the record. The wuhan virology paper entitled discovery of a rich gene pool of bat. Sars related corona viruses. Please deliver a copy of the journal. Article doctrine vouching in this paper doctors. She credits the nih enlist the actual number of the graph that she was given by the nih in this paper she took to. Bat corona virus genes spike chains and combine them with the sars related backbone to create new viruses that are not found in nature. These lab created viruses with into shown to replicate in humans. These experiments combined genetic information from different corona viruses that infect animals but not humans to create novel artificial viruses able to infect human cells viruses that in nature only infect animals were manipulated in the wuhan lab to gain the function of infecting humans. This research fits the definition of the research that the nih said was subject to the pause in two thousand fourteen to two thousand seventeen a pause in funding on gain of function

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In two thousand fourteen and transitioned into coaching in two thousand eighteen joining Alabama state as a quality control coach and later becoming Tennessee state university's quarterback coach W. O. R. weather channel forecast lows dropping down into the mid forties wind gusts through the evening could be very strong gusting over forty fifty miles an hour much lighter winds late tonight sun and clouds are high in the upper fifties to Tuesday Wednesday partly sunny and low fifties I'm meteorologist mark Thibodeau from the weather channel on seven ten W. will walk in the Pentagon is providing funding to give more use of N. ninety five mask the department of defense has awarded a forty five million dollar contract for sixty decontamination units each system can disinfect up to eighty thousand use respirator masks per day and allow them to re re used up to twenty times the department of defense says all of them will be available by next month and combined will sterilize nearly thirty four million masks per week currently we have sixty four degrees mostly clear skies outside of the W. O. R. tribeca I heart radio studios your next full news at eleven but we bring you breaking news at once start today with lan Berman and Michael Riedel of the morning six to ten tomorrow I'm Steve greenfield at seven ten W. O. R. D. A. B. C. news radio station mark Simone tomorrow morning at ten now on the voice of New York seven ten W. O. R. T. H. the Dave Ramsey show from the headquarters of broadcasting from the dollar car rental studios at that is the home cash is king has taken the place of the M. W. as a status symbol of choice I'm Dave Ramsey or host thank you for joining us America it's a free call at triple eight eight two five five two two five that's triple eight eight two five five two two five if you have questions about jobs and career Ken Coleman Ramsey personality host of the you can Coleman show is with me tonight on today show here to answer your questions about those I'll jump in of course and of course if you've got questions about life and money in the middle of the corona crisis.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is running the offense is doing the things we ask him to do he's quite tough he's running is using his legs all the things that we know he's capable of doing what he's done with this team what kind of the team on the shoulders and put us in this position to win the NFC east is awesome for your quarterback today I think Peters it did a great job Jeff of putting things in perspective there because this was a number that really jumped out to me he needs just a hundred sixty seven passing yards today to break Donovan McNabb's franchise record of three thousand nine hundred sixteen yeah and it's remarkable because with all the weapons he lost especially down the field all the short passes you would never thought he'd be a position to set a franchise record this season exactly and I I think that you know it just goes to show you how you know maybe these receivers a pic receivers down the field a little bit over rated me you don't need a the other U. duty to a receiver to structure down the field but I think that he's taken advantage of and he's got some guys to make some big plays in some of those guys that have helped Carson Wentz is he's got a lot of production of the running game the running backs I mean mile standard boss is gonna be two guys that have come on lately because of the injury to Howard but the both of them can catch footballs out of the backfield they've gone to the short passing game by need so that you know they've had to do it so what are they done the design plays behind the line of scrimmage are you Carson Wentz he only had nine plays Lori behind the line of scrimmage in in the first since actually in six games okay it since two thousand fourteen okay they're they're throwing more of gum skill has surpassed those numbers and then Sunday sees a job the movie so it just goes to show you the where he where his completions are coming from and how the designing around the short passing game to help the the eagles office because they've been they've been decimated by injuries so if you look at Zack hurts and and Dallas Goddard have been a big part of his success but the executives are lined up today so Carson Wentz will look for a Dallas garnered a Joshua Perkins with another guy we have talked a lot about so but you know he has we we talked two days for their he is set to was that no person with does he want to throw the ball down the field yes but the fact is that he's getting the job done by just having to do Hey listen I got through the check out through the check down but these guys make some place essentially taking what the defense gives you Jeff eggs and that and talk about that he knows he has a defense behind him that if they do if there are three not it's no big deal they can rely on the defense to go out there and get the other team off the field well in this strategy actually suits them very well Jeff because they're all there in time of possession they got one of the best marks on average this season and that's why when you can utilize the running backs like miles said is it Boston Scott you say Hey let's take advantage of our athletes let's get them out in open space and let them cash itself he a Boston Scott had a hundred twenty eight scrimmage yards against the giants in week fourteen and they've really form this nice one two punch considering they've gone through a plethora of running backs in the backfield well you talk about bosses got he continues to prove that you know to be very different to bring down our discovery difficult to bring him down he's a guy that he's only five foot six okay so when you look at him you kind of want to I do this very I don't want to compare him to dance to Darren Sproles I thought you gonna compared to what I would but I will tell you that the Darren Sproles.

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"As it seeks to accomplish its political objectives and the these are the things that are at stake so when when Donald Trump runs around and talks about make America great again this is what scares them now the way they oppose make America great again they say that's that's called for white supremacy they want people to believe that the whole concept of making America great again means a return to slavery I'm not I'm not not only not making that up I'm not exaggerating that is what they are trying to make people believe make America great again means and it couldn't mean anything further from that make America great again means return this nation to the principles and concepts of its founding which around the concept of individual freedom and individual liberty all over the state not as subjects of the state add some more I I asked people this is the way I asked people to put today in context to make America great again in context we don't have to go back very far to find the exact opposite this the eight years of Barack Obama were popularized by the Democrats attempting to convince as many Americans as possible America's best days are behind us end of those great days may not have been fully justified because all the racism and bigotry of sexism of colonialism and then all the resources we have we stole from other parts of the world there was a new we are right now the new year after the lower our economic expectations America have reached a phrase where it was no longer true that children would have better lives than their parents it was just three four five years ago that this what is the primary message of the United States government to its people and in the midst of all that some guy comes along to help with that we want to make America great again and look how would resume resonated and it continues to resonate and in the process of running that campaign getting elected being president Donald Trump has thrown the entire Washington establishment on its head you know what is been learned today it has been learned that it was actually conservative never trappers who hired fusion GPS while some of this was known but the efforts to destroy Donald Trump have not exclusively ban put into place by Democrats they've been put in place by conservative never trappers who are now running and they formed a pack and they're running ads against trump first one up in Times Square I'll have I'll have the details on this is the program involves I don't wanna I don't wanna paraphrase it until I actually get to it here is grab some might numbers six this is Mitch McConnell today rejecting the demands of Chuck PO Schirmer that the Senate call some witnesses if and when there is a trial democratic leader would apparently like our chamber to do house Democrats homework for them you want to volunteer the son of time and energy on a fishing expedition to see whether his own ideas could make chairmanships sloppy work more persuasive than chairmanship himself bother to make it if the Senate volunteers ourselves to do house Democrats homework for them we will all incentivize an endless stream of dubious partisan impeachment in the future and we will invite future houses to paralyze future son of with some lunch and patrons at will that is so right on the money the terminal also sand we don't create impeachments Mister president we judge them the house chose this road it is their duty to investigate it's their duty to meet the very high bar for doing a national election as speaker Pelosi herself one sad its back houses obligation to quote build an iron clad case to act if they failed they fail it's not the Senate's job to leap into the breach and search desperately for ways to get through guilty that would hardly be impartial justice so McConnell has shot this down from the moment that Schumer presented it now the the witnesses that Schirmer says he wants once Mick Mulvaney and it's because of a press conference Mulvaney gave that was so widely mis understood because Mulvaney made the mistake of being flat out honest about the way government works about the way foreign policy works he was flat out honest about how quid pro quo is a daily part of American foreign policy it is the point of American foreign policy point of American foreign policy is to sway our allies into action that is favorable to us and we do the same for them so he's standing at the podium who does understand this is the way it is and so they thought they then travelled rainy so now they want to call Mulvaney and they wanted to call Pompeii on if they wanted to call to to to to that John Bolton because they think Bolton's ready to turn on trump since trump fired him now the Democrats didn't call shift tried to get involved in the testify but they re fuel is because of executive privilege for which there is ample precedent Barack Obama in two thousand fourteen inform the Congress that his assistants would not be made available for whatever inquires neighbor looking into fast and furious and some others Benghazi we're not going to make anybody available the this is weird separation of powers trump has asserted the same thing trump has gone to court to appeal the subpoenas that ships and and that's what the Democrats are saying is obstruction of justice obstruction of Congress because trump will not give them who the witnesses they want he's instead going to court challenging their subpoenas trump is not acting outside the constitution trump is acting like every previous president ever he's leading a court decide whether or not the subpoenas can be enforced but the Democrats think the American people need to see this in action again so they want Schumer you go demand that McConnell call the same witnesses they want McConnell call witnesses in may want trump to refuel was to let the witnesses appear they want the media to then report to the American people Donald Trump continues to obstruct Congress therefore validating one of the articles of impeachment and it's it's it's it's it's a flat out I'm certain M. McConnell is exactly right the Democrats haven't made a case they don't have a in fact you know what they've done in this massive six hundred and fifty eight page impeachment report you know what the two articles of impeachment are obstruction of Congress and abuse of power what you the impeachment report chef and the Democrats alleged that trump committed criminal bribery wire fraud and other multiple federal crimes but wait why aren't they in the articles of impeachment because this is being conducted in the media this is a trial and the prosecution is being conducted in the media the Democrats want to push bribery because there wasn't any but they don't care they want the American people to think the trump engaged in bribery even though it was dropped in the articles of impeachment number one they want the prosecutor should be able to charge somebody even though we couldn't get an indictment for it from the grand jury that's what they're attempting to do here and Schumer I mean McConnell called humor out exactly if if the Democrats were to somehow succeeded in turning this Senate trial into a circus then we could be looking at this happening every time an opposing party disagrees with the president so now all the latest thing being bandied about is Hey you know what the Republicans could simply dismiss this case on a fifty one vote just put the case up to dismiss like I'm summary judgment we're just going to dismiss the case on day one and all it would take is fifty one votes and the Republicans have fifty one votes the question is could McConnell get fifty one of them to go ahead and dismissed the charges not wearing the media held would break out but I'm gonna tell you something and I can endorse and I can suggest and get behind here the result is what matters here because this entire process is corrupt this entire process is filled with lies and distortions and false charges and misrepresentations starting with this phony coup that was the Russia collusion homes it's time to end this it's time to shut this down and move on and make the Democrats pay a price for what they've done instead of letting Christine boldly forward come back up and make another appearance in the form of somebody else was some horrible story about Donald Trump and what he did to marina Bonaventure whatever they want to try to concoct it's time to end this because this is nothing but a foundation of lies and distortions and slander and libel we got an inspector general report that dictates and spells out the absolute corruption and abuses of power on a false phony charge of treason collusion with Russia and that's all this Ukraine thing is is a continuation of that none of it is legitimate and the first chance to shut this down should be taken if the Republicans do what they do not know how much they would be rewarded at the ballot box next November to be afraid of the media are going to be afraid of the criticism label gap but man if they can pull the trigger and just dismiss this and throw it out on the basis there's no case the Democrats have no case they have no evidence there's not a single crime even mentioned in the articles of impeachment it would be on a factual basis easy to do politically yeah might be tough for somebody to pull off but it would be the absolute greatest waving and this is if they don't if a trial actually starts then it's going to be a year long circus once the trial starts the Democrats are never going to let it end it's going to become V. ongoing daily campaign event for twenty twenty and it'll be on television every day and it's not going to cost them a dime quick time out will be back after this this Christmas.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"In two thousand fourteen but when you're before that I love this place I would look what's not to like about four month terms and what a night what I mean this is sort of a scenic beautiful sound and where's been a good guy and get everybody's been really fun I like him a lot a year with when you put these all back on believable what's your impression eighteen what's not to love about Vermont those do approved what about keen to compile a list of all of his blunders and we're gonna put that down we always do this walls and I were gonna is loud now that last week of the show will do one things that we found out in twenty nineteen a racist we only need like a ten hour show waffles the do it similarly the best Biden compilation of the year is going to take like a week later I was about fifty we have fifteen hours in a week that last week kind of the only things that are racist now the other five will just be biting I said this could have been a top five Biden it looks like it is because he's got two of the first three and as a couple that we haven't even used yet what's the second best sound bite of the month lightning you're much more reasonable so.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I used to play Pro Bowl Pethick play man. I'm sorry say if you take one guy back with you. That was really cool. I like that. The it'd be talking about Ed Reed there and on the highlight reel stuff. But then, you know adding Tony Gonzales mean that that's, that's always a fun to the grace to ever play the position. Boy, I it's hard, it's really kind of hard to argue against Tony Gonzalez. I know that you could get there, but well, well, well, we'll hold on time out. Let's kitten, part that stallion back in. I do think no offense is going to be a very good title in the next level. Tony Gonzalez as a pass catcher. And with all respect to Shannon Sharpe. Tony Gonzales set a standard that everyone's trying to meet. I I'm leaving the Michael twenty-five money. Yeah. Twenty thousand we can do with the, the seventy five over I think that. Yeah, I would say, Tony Gonzales, probably the greatest of all time, Kelvin's will senior has to be up there. For his era spent. Yeah. Era just that he really really pops Kerry Smith. Another guy if you adjust for era. And also the fact that he played half his career passing on friendly offense. George Allen in sixties when he played for Washington in Johnson was throwing the ball around. There was one year. In fact, we're Washington. They had no defense but they had the number one number two. Number four pass catchers in the NFL one season, it was Jerry Smith. Charlie Taylor and Bobby Mitchell and Kerry Smith's, the only ones not in the hall of fame but Smith set the touchdown record for tight ends, which took Shannon Sharpe twenty six years after Jerry Smith surpass, and he's someone that I think if they haven't expanded seniors committee, he's someone is going to get some play. Can you imagine? Because, of course manning may Dallas Clark like Tammy Jacob Tammy, another example. Imagine if he if he had a Tony Gonzales caliber tight end also on that often it's almost unfair. Because at one point he had, obviously Marvin Harrison had Reggie Wayne. And there was a shining moment there for Brandon stoke wheels a slot machine. And then Peyton his second prime in Denver. It gets to marry his Thomas and Eric decker in west Welker, and Emmanuel Sanders. And if you throw a tight end without we actually did get a glimpse of that in twenty two in twenty thirteen in two thousand fourteen when Julius Thomas shot healthy. Now he didn't have the yardage total in two thousand fourteen but he had two touchdowns. But what you had other receivers join coverage and Julius Thomas. You could only single him down the scene because you couldn't overcommit to him with what was available on the outside and those two years, just pulverized opponents. In the red zone. We've been talking about the Broncos one hundred you can go Denver Broncos dot com. Vote on who you think are your one hundred favourite or greatest whatever you wanna call it Jim saccomano, and I put the list together on the ballot and we're going to kind of take the fan votes and then kind of put our input in it. I don't think you're doing a Broncos one hundred without Julius Thomas, even though he was only here, four seasons and really only effectively played two years those twenty thirteen twenty fourteen seasons. He was a weapon in the red zone. The likes of which even surpassed Shannon Sharpe in terms of how fishing he was was he a blocker. No goodness. No. But as a pass catcher he was amazing. So that was the glimpse what Peyton Manning could do with an elite pass catching tight end. Those Julius Thomas and it was exceptional. Yeah. I, I mean going back in the pantheon of tight ends, you look at that, and that season in of itself has to be one of the one of the top ones. I'm trying to come up with names that really other than Winslow. I mean, everybody's gonna say Ditka, you really gotta go ways ways back. Well before my, where you even get into that, Bobby Walston. Maybe he'll that kind of stuff. Yeah. But, but as far as when he said that John maximum, maybe. Yeah. John mcchrystal couple. Yeah. He said that I was thinking about what that offense could have been even if they had, you know, back in the colts day through two had a caliber of tight end like that. But instead, what Peyton Manning did is he got? He may may names like Austin, collie household names as we mentioned Dallas Clark. Jacob Tammy Anthony Gonzales, Consol didn't pan out though. No. Not really. But he targeted he, he was kind of least effective pure gar song. Early in his career with Peyton Manning back in twenty six right? That's right. Ended up getting that really nice contract from Washington, not to derail, but top-five tight ends all time we I mean who we put it in their sharp sharp Weeden solace, Winslow gates Gonzales. And then that fifth guy he could say it's dick, it's Mackey gronk Carmichael was he officially receiver though. He was a big receiver both, you know, he gotta have gronk in there. Yeah. He'd be in the top ten keep top five. Keep buyers is another name Ozzie Newsome. We haven't talked about. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I want to get to this last one. This is actually my one of my favorite answers that Peyton Manning gave earlier today about how he believes that Vic Fangio is able to impress. John elway. Just.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KOMO

"In two thousand fourteen fire that killed her boyfriend. I'm Carleen Johnson at Bremerton, Glenn will get a chance to argue for a new trial. Traffic coming up in four minutes. I, here's ABC news. Violent storms racing across several states setting off tornadoes and places like Indiana and Ohio ABC's Alex Perez in hard hit Pendleton. Indiana storm has created some massive massive problems more than fifty tornadoes reported across eight states over the last twenty four hours one of the hardest hit areas. Dayton, Ohio officials say several homes have been destroyed one person was killed in Mercer county, Ohio at one point in southern Ohio. The storms were so close together officials say one tornado crossed the path of another the first lawsuit brought by state over the opioid crisis begins today, Oklahoma is suing Johnson and Johnson several other drugmakers had already been involved, but they settled agreeing to pay millions. Another climber climbers, died on Mt Everest. This time is sixty two year old lawyer from Colorado. He is the eleventh person to die in the mountain this year at times. Mount Everest has been crowded with people often waiting in long lines on ridges to get to the top. I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news. Komo news one thousand ten FM ninety seven seven. Good morning, six thirty one. It's the KOMO morning news for your Tuesday. Start Mick cloudy skies. We'll see sunshine later Greg's on vacation. He'll be back tomorrow. I'm MandA factor. Here, the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Former state Senator Don Benton, tried to parlay his stetch status as Washington state's top Trump supporter into a job as White House chief of staff. This is according to a new report. And komo's Corwin Hake is live. With more Benton was a Senator from Clark county in two thousand sixteen when he became the Washington director of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Trump, even bestowed a nickname upon him. Big Don after the election Bennett became acting director of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Earliest two thousand fourteen out of the basement of his parents allegedly and sound beach on lower rocky point road, provide them with heroin crack cocaine Seaney says rodeo kept the money for himself. He's pled not guilty. His parents not charged as they seemed unaware of the whole thing, I'm James flippin, W, O R news. The coastguard is responding to a fire at a scrap metal plant in Jersey City. They are at one point using heavy construction equipment to move metal onto a conveyor belt in the hopes every Tuesday the amount of burnable material at the center of that fire the FDA unwise marine unit also responded, no injuries reported Rockland county is renewing its emergency declaration to stop. The rise of measles cases. The second declaration orders. People who have the measles virus? Or unvaccinated people who have been exposed to measles to stay home health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Rupert says schools in two districts will not be allowed to admit students who haven't been vaccinated against measles. Individuals are required to cooperate with rock and county department of health public health. Authorities by providing information regarding details of one's illness. Exposures and context the county says there have been some two hundred cases of measles since October rocklin represents twenty nine percent of all these cases across the country. Former vice president Joe Biden has entered the twenty twenty presidential race. First campaign event will be Monday in Pittsburgh aimed at addressing issues. Facing the middle class Biden seen as a blue-collar focus labor union democrat says rebuilding the middle class is essential. He's expected to lay out his plan during the rally. He says quote, the middle class is in a number. It's a set of values and it's time for everyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or disability. To get a fair shot after Pittsburgh, Biden heads to Iowa, South Carolina, Nevada, California over the next two weeks. Mark Remillard, ABC news Suffolk County. Officials say NYPD officer spend charged with driving while intoxicated and causing the death of a passenger in a car crash in COMEX actually happened January thirteenth district. Attorney Tim Seaney says forty eight year old Patrick McMahon has been charged with felony aggravated the heckler homicide manslaughter. The hickory manslaughter, reckless driving and DWI in the death of thirty two year old Stephen service of Ronkonkoma service was backseat passenger McMahon's car when McMahon allegedly cross the eastbound lane into several trees and pillars before overturning a front. Lawn.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on AP News

"Since two thousand fourteen is being criticized over the vote counting. A group of international observers say the tabulation and consolidation of ballots was deeply flawed though. It had no reason to believe that affected the results the Asian network for free. Elections said the announcement of some preliminary results that were wildly inaccurate damaged the perceived integrity of the general election Thailand's election commission has already defended its count. It blamed any issues on the failure of the media to keep up with the raw data after delaying the release of the full vote count on election night. And then again on Monday, the commission has now said it'll release its final. Preliminary results on Friday official results are not expected until may. Hugh Jackman says he's looking forward to coming back to Broadway next year to play conman Harold hill in the show the music man, the actor who's a two time Tony winner since he's very very excited about doing the play which was the first musical he ever acted in. When he was in high school Jacksonville sing favorites. Such as you got trouble, seventy six trombones, and Gary, Indiana, he spoke to the Associated Press about his upcoming role at the global teacher prize award ceremony in Dubai where he announced the winner and perform musical numbers from his 2017 film. The greatest showman. Facebook says it's preparing for Indian elections by working to limit false stories videos and photos on its platform. The social media company says it's working with fact checkers and media organizations that are flagging false information and helping reduce its spread the election commission of India is trained to reign in social media giants like Google, Twitter and Facebook to prevent the spread of politically motivated,.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"For two thousand fourteen in two thousand eighteen on between Hollywood Boulevard and Sheridan streets. Open till midnight. Thanks. Preshave stopping by the DNC already really really stupid to hand over the range, the Hillary Clinton campaign. They basically rained the DNC and ran Bernie Sanders off who probably would have had a better shot at winning the presidency. Then then Hillary Clinton did then they turned it over to all all sticky fellow who became the vice president vice chair, and then they give the chairmanship of this guy. Tom Perez, who's just a potty mouth the guys like potty mouth guy, which is interesting. He's now made the intelligent decision to say, we're not going to have debates on the biggest cable news outlet. We're just not going to do it. And by the way, as you know, Martha McCallum, and I are very good friends. We're very very tight Kerry. We was under show times. It a lot of famous people. I've got a lot of friends I've done it. Right. I've done business. Right. Okay. But actually, Martha Kalama I used to be on her with her all the time honored shows on FOX. And when they had the tenth anniversary in Dallas. I went up there, and I was live with her at SMU, and it was cold. It was actually a very good appearance. She was where you take top. And I was wearing a suit. And I said, my the first thing I said in the interview was I almost wore the same exact taped up, and then she laughed and then I knew then we were buds. I do. Then at that point. We had a back and forth. Ear buds. Listen. Let's jails are you denying that? I was on. That low. Let me ask you this. Why are you so jelly about my friends? They're not your friends are trying to help you because I am your friend. Let's not stretching stretching terminology. Let's let's all right. So the bottom of this hour be my friend, Mark lamb, these the sheriff of Pinal county. Arizona he and I are friends did I did I not now I didn't say anything about this guy. So maybe you are. Oh, no. It's this guy. Maybe when you drive county pulls you over guy will it'll be Mr. sheriff. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. About an hour and ten minutes. It'll be Dr Ben Carson. The program they use the he and I are tight listen. Let me ask you this. Do you have a picture of yourself with Ben Carson? No, I don't. So clearly my relationship with him is a lot tighter than yours would be with them. That would be yes. Because I have zero relationship with Dr Carson, and I asked him about that. He said, there's good reason. Eight eight eight nine four one bags joepags dot com. Your thoughts about the DNC saying we don't want those millions of viewers to watch our debate. We'd rather only pander to to the choir. We wanna preach to the choir because that's gonna get us somehow elected. Let me go to the phone lines and lying to it's going to be Colin in Minnesota, Colin what's going on. Hi. Hey, joe. How's it going live in the car colon? All right, Colin talk to me. What's happening? Three points. I wanna make let him cut their throats as much as they want to. I'm perfectly fine with the DMC continuing to cannibalize itself guy. Can't wait until they're a reasonable power at bats. Yes. I find it hilarious that they're doing. They're talking about. Oh, well, we're not. There are going to host the debate. Because I mean. What what does that old adage accused the opposition of that what you are guilty? Right. Do we need to need to remind compromise that his predecessor Donna Brazile was fired from CNN because she was speeding debate questions to Hillary Clinton. So who's really the propaganda arm who's really in bed with the media is it FOX and Trump because they're the only ones who aren't clamoring at the bid to tear down every day or every second bay can. Or is it literally every other media outlet with the Democrats because one seems a little more likely than the other. How would you? I I completely agree with you, the whole Donna Brazile thing. He's still so I dunno schizophrenic about the whole thing, of course, Roland Martin former friend of my friends anymore. I got tired of Rowland's race act on Twitter site ended up banning unblocked because people give me a hard time about, but we're not friends anymore. Carry we were friends. I believe you. Yeah. I guess she was told a question that he was going to ask. And then she while working for CNN and also working in the DNC gave the question to Hillary Clinton was about it was about I think the death penalty and. The whole thing was just a setup, and it was on CNN and still they tried to deny that it really even went on. And I guess in the released emails, Donna Brazile was Email and John Podesta or something like that. Who knows and in the whole WikiLeaks Email dump there it was so yeah, the DNC is not like like the high road. It's not like they're like, well, we're we're on the the Knight in shining armor, and we're above all reproach. And there's no way you could tell us that that that we're doing something underhanded or backward. Well, that's just not true. This is like the corrupt committee out of the two. Anyway, about here to say the RNC's all roses, but the DNC has a major problems they're out of money yet. Hillary Clinton running the joint Donna Brazile was was on both sides of everything. The whole thing was just very weird. What I would do if I were Tom Perez. I would not only want the debate to be on every network possible. I would also apologize for being for for having a committee that was run so badly during the two thousand sixteen campaign. I mean democrat voters out there who wanted Hillary Clinton to win or garbage your DNC your committee for your party was an absolute joke. Bernie Sanders was basically paid off. So that he would endorse Hillary Clinton after he was screwed out of the nomination. The whole thing was just run into the ground. The idea he should be begging every network to put put these debates on the network should be putting their noses. I'll go now you got screwed things up in two thousand sixteen. We're not putting you on. But to say that you're going to exclude a network because you think, you know, something or he thinks he's gonna win brownie points with the voters of the DNC on the democrat side by saying I'm not gonna go on that at work. That's just dumb. And actually that shows me why he probably should not have been the DNC chair. But then again, I want the president to be re-elected. So like, the caller Susan Collins says I actually kind of agree. Coupon. Should it yourself in the foot keep on being stupid? That's okay. With me is gonna get the president re elected. It's got to be. Let's see line five will be John and Pennsylvania. John. What's happened? Come on. Hey, Joe, thanks for letting me on tonight. You bet. Just to echo the Donna Brazile situation. Heavy Wasserman Schultz who is white it far worse. And she was subjected and has a job Donna Brazile, who is not wait was kicked out the door that just illustrates how racist they are in every time your earlier caller, Paul and every time they they they something about somebody else. They're actually guilty of practising factor that we need to face reality. There is no more deep party. It's been radical. I into a socialist party. The same playbook, Nazis us two hundred years ago, take over Germany from my minority position, and they focused on controlling the press their so-called debate is nothing more than open war on the duly elected. President bright we need to start realizing that these people have no intention of playing nice or debating it is going to be an all out assault until they get their way. A naked power over this country and the Republicans in the moderates need to start waking up and realize we're in serious trouble. These people control ninety percent of the media. They control the internet and you go on Google or any other news pieces there, Google or Amazon or whatever. Twitter etcetera, if you're.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two thousand fourteen with Jim Ursa is today Bryce Harper day. Or are we gonna do this again tomorrow and Wednesday and Thursday because negotiations between the Phillies and Bryce Harper. Could be resolved. According to BUSTER Olney as early as Tuesday. But then again, there was the report guys that maybe the dodgers are making a late entry into this. This is an and again, the late entry and you're talking about the dodgers with a shorter time frame of contract a much shorter contract, which I think would lead a lot of people to believe there's no way he's serious about that that it would just be a move by Scott Boras to say, hey, we're still thinking over here a little bit. You know, if you really want him here. Maybe you need the upped the ante a little more. Yeah. It doesn't seem to be the general MO of baseball yet to go for the shorter deals with greater deal of control on the back end the way that we've seen an MBA where these guys prioritize having shorter deal and having that control be able to do that major league baseball. These big hulking elephant contracts still seem to be the way of the world and the desire for these guys. I think one other thing to keep an eye on is we saw with the long deal member who was a National League's. He went to the American League. Because now he's a D H where there is less concern of that. Even if you. A National League team which is going to looks like we're sign Bryce Harper to a ten year deal because the thought is that the D H is going to become universal. So that won't be an effect that all my guy we have a National League. And and he's aging than we have to play them out of position because we can't get into bat. Otherwise, people think it is going to become universal. So that no longer would be an American or National League thing. Plus, he's twenty-six as opposed to thirty one. Right. And the back end of that deal. Looks a lot more palace. It does by the way, the word Scott Boras in less never in the same sentence. So it would be shocking. If somehow some way, it wasn't the most money available, and here was BUSTER only who joined us about two hours ago talking about what to expect and what may happen with price. Harper dot com reported about three o'clock this morning that Bryce met with the dodgers last night. What I learned about. This is that if the dodgers in fact, get serious about Harper would likely be on a very short term deal in other words, and that's in keeping with their operating philosophy. You guys remember last year how they passed on John Carlos Stanton because they were concerned about taking on the ten year deal. So if they take on Harper, it'd be a very short term deal. I just can't. Being the case off. When is Scott said, no, no, no. That's too much, especially quite frankly, the way things are trending. We've heard so much doom and gloom from the players this offseason surrounding Machado and Harper fitness idea, you want to carry that a future that looks even more uncertain. In regard to these things seems like it would be a no twenty old free agents as you wanted to be a twenty nine year old free ATS, what might trout's going to be. Yeah. How's that gonna help with Mike trout? It may I don't know. But why would you take that chance not grab that money? Now kick that can now back for ten years and then figured out when you've made generational.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Because. Loans are based on it. Debt is based on it and asset prices also work off of them. You ever heard the line? Don't fight the fed when the fed is easing markets usually do better. But what happens when the fed goes down to zero percent? Well, you saw what happened markets bottomed and started rallying. But something else then happens something we never even dreamed up. I certainly never dreamed of it. Ben Bernanke cited and they would not use the terminology. But we did. And that is they started printing money now, do they actually print money, no press buttons and create money, and they took that money that was created out of thin air and bought up our excuse me our government bonds. And the goal in mind was to get interest rates as far down as possible not only on the short end. But on the log and the thought process being if interest rates come down, the cost of capital to do everything and be everything come down and that would spur on economic growth. But this repercussions. Savors get zero who gets the difference the banks fair. Well, we'll let you decide if that's fair. The other part of the equation. Is it kind of screws up the markets? You know markets is supposed to be between buyers and sellers based on fear and greed desperation or inspiration. Strength versus weakness. And they interfered no longer were. There was there were two way trade they bought up everything in sight. And us interest rates came way down. And fast forward into the two thousand fourteen to where the fed had printed four and a half trillion dollars. Four and a half trillion. Not many can put their hands around that type of number and that's on top of zero percent interest rates. And markets reacted and reacted. Well, but along the way every time the fed stopped printing money the markets corrected and every time the markets corrected. The fed did something new you remember QE one QE to operation twist. I'm still not sure what that was Q E three. The mother of all printing money eighty five billion dollars a month. But what happened was they started to lose a lot of credibility recognized. We gotta change a little bit. So they came off their printing of money, slowly. But surely. And market started to hang in there until market started to get in trouble. And what did they do? They found some friends Japan Europe tribe and in a coordinated effort in late two thousand fourteen Japan announced the trillion and change European announced the trillion change, and then China the supposed- miracle of Asia realized that they were heading south. They started easing big time. And guess what happened to their markets? They soared. They copy Ben per Nike since market soared here. They now sore over there. To the point where it doesn't matter. What country it is the communist paradise of Venezuela? In early two thousand fifteen saw the stock market soaring. Even though inflation is sixty seventy percent there. Thus the big you mangas central Bank intervention. But the issue is. What does it created? We know easy money was impart created in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine which led the two thousand two oh three we know in big part, easy money led to two thousand and seven two thousand and eight. And now, we have I wouldn't even call it. The mother of all easy money. I would call the universe of all easy money things. We couldn't fathom around the globe zero percent interest rates five trillion dollars of negative interest rates and fourteen trillion dollars of printing money and still going strong. So what are the repercussions? What are the ultimate repercussions? Are there repercussions? We'll head right into that up next. Thank you for being here on this special.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"In two thousand fourteen as the longest serving member of congress in US history on the day of his death, Dingle dictated, a farewell message to America and without mentioning his name used some of the final words to criticize President Donald Trump dingo dictated, the message to his wife and congressional successor Debbie Dingle yesterday in their suburban Detroit home, the Washington Post published the opinion piece today poked, one of the advantages to knowing that your demise is imminent, and that reports of it will not be greatly exaggerated. Is that you have a few moments to compose some parting thoughts Dingle said adding in our modern political age, the presidential bully pulpit seems dedicated to sowing division and denigrating often in the most irrelevant and infantile personal terms. The political opposition much of dingoes letter to the post focused on the country and improvements made over the decades to Medicare the environment, the Great Lakes and efforts to end racial discrimination. All of these challenges were addressed by congress Dingle said, maybe not as fast three one endure as perfectly as hoped the work is certainly not finished, but we've made progress and in every case from the passage of Medicare through the passage of civil rights. We did it with the support of Democrats and Republicans who considered themselves first and foremost to be Americans and quote tributes poured in following singles death, including from former US presidents. Colleagues and some of his more than two hundred and fifty thousand Twitter followers. A public visitation will be held Monday at Ford community and performing arts center in Dearborn. Democratic Representative John Dingell dead at ninety two.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two thousand fourteen. The navy's investigation into that crash. Never mentions captain, the we got the maintenance log for the helicopter, it shows that some of the wiring had been replaced, but not at the site of the explosion. I asked general Davis about it. Why would have still been on that image fifty three that crashed in Virginia? I don't know. I I don't know. The the why didn't know about captain wiring problems per se, I knew we had a plan to replace our captain wiring by two thousand nineteen. So why the long delays in replacing captain wiring something the navy's own documents. Call the highest safety risk in the fleet and how could such clear threats to sailors and marines become such a low priority in search of answers. I reached out to military analysts Chuck Spinney he spent more than twenty five years at the Pentagon, the kind of situation that you are seeing the helicopters is basically a predictable consequence of screwed up priority system, not not predictable inevitable, and when you continue this behavior into the future. It basically boils down to malice aforethought. Back in the early eighties. Spinney was something of a budget bad ass. He graced the cover of time magazine after testifying to congress about how the Pentagon was misallocating. I wasting money Spinney says the main priority for the Pentagon is to spend more money on fancy new weapons. But to do that the military reduces money for what it calls, readiness less glamorous things like training, spare parts maintenance and repairs, and maybe one.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Do. Oh do. You know, even before the break, you were talking about boy, the terrific two thousand fourteen film that you're in that. Yes. It took twelve years right to make with Richard Linklater. And I just wanna play a scene from it. You play Mason Evans, and in the senior take your kids out for a day out in Houston, and really sort of lamenting about the monosylabic responses that you get from or that Mason gets from his son and daughter are. How we are going to talk to one another right? No. I will not be that God you cannot put me in that category or biological father. I spend every other week with polite conversation, you know, he drives me places buys, no talk to me. Samantha how was your week? I don't know. Data was kind of tough billion broke up an inland kinda me because she's so me talking to Billy in the cafeteria. And you remember that sculpture was working on? Well, it was the unicorn and the horn broke off. So now in Sieber, but I think going to Nate Mason. I was your week. We'll dad, you know, tough, Joey is kind of a jerk actually he's still some cigarettes from his mom. He wanted me to smoke. But I said, no only what our time you had quit smoking, Dan. How about that? Is that so hard? That's Ethan Hawke in boyhood. You know, I know that when when this film, I came you've probably talked a lot about this. But I just want to ask you again because what kind of treat isn't even the right word like gift was it to be part of a film that you had you know, years years to to to work on it rather than as an actor. Maybe I don't know you do you drop into a movie set usually for a couple of weeks. And then it's all done. I mean, it just it was the whole thing was done on such a different timescale. It must have been kind of incredible for you. Oh, yeah. You know, it's using times clay, it's you know, the the hope we did reconnected the before trilogy together to before sunrise before sunset before midnight. And in a way, all four of these films are time is the main character. Yeah. And that's very interesting thing. And you know for boyhood, particularly I was also being asked to do a portrait of fatherhood. That was really interesting to me, I've Machado of divorce, and I've parented from the position of adore voice father too. And so it's kind of a lion in my psyche. And something that I think a lot about and had a lot to say about and it was really fun to put that somewhere to have this weird project where I could use pieces of my own life. My own parenting, my own childhood my own father. You know, Rick, and I are both from Texas both our fathers in the insurance business. We have a lot in common. So when he approached me too. Do this. It's unlike any job, I've ever can you imagine like, you know, hey, you wanna make a movie for a week a year for the next twelve years? It's a very bizarre ask, but it was very exciting. I felt like the first actor ever to be asked to do something like this. You know, it was really really unique. Well, I wanna ask you in a minute more about sorry for collaborations with Richard Linklater? But the thing about boyhood and the before series as well that for, you know, from our perspective as viewers of these movies is for people who've been in front of a camera for a long period time from the time they were young. Yeah. We all get to watch you grow up in the different films that you're in overtime. But here to examples where we were really watching you grow up almost in in in real time because you're also inhabiting the same character and the character, you know, himself is growing up. So for us for me as viewer. It was kind of this is kind of amazing like watching east hawk grow up on the screen in front of my eyes in ninety minutes. It's strange for me. Imagine. I am Ethan. That's weird. And I think that one of the things that's interesting..

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"I started it in two thousand fourteen I learned how. Two three I told you this really quick story. Should I just meant please tell it? Yeah. So in two thousand thirteen my first maker faire. I think maybe second was September October is maker faire. I think it's October October sent me whenever but doesn't thirteen. I I went to maker faire. And I went there kind of is like a last resort of wanting to find something because I desperately always wanted to be an artist. But I always push it out my life because societal pressures that are starving artist. Terrible terrible idea to bad decision antics. It's a mad life choice. What have we done? Yeah. But how does? No, this can't be it. And it's funny because you know, I mentioned that my family has a lot of artists. But I still was convinced, you know, I'm not going to. I'm not going to be that. I just believed everybody else my peers, I guess, but. Two thousand thirteen we owed already even doing our other company music center. But I thought things are going well here I might as well try to give myself a shot, try it out. But I'm gonna give myself three months because I don't want to waste time and money because you know, I can't even though my sister's and I run this company. It's still a lot of energy. It's a lot of still I can't waste my time on time or their top. I and that's the worst thing. I would hate that. So turns out there was a competition. And I thought okay, I'll use this as something motivation. And I thought well, I like masks, I think other people like masks, and I'll make this really intricate mask. How do I do it? And I saw these three D printing people. They're like, oh, you should try this. I'm like great. What is that? And I was this booth and maker faire, and they're like, it's thirty printing. And I'm like, that's so cool. Where do I saw is at us blender. So I've been using blenders since then I I guess picked I picked out what I thought would help me. She the designs. I wanted to create. It was really brutal though, I didn't sleep for like a lot of those the three months that I was trying to finish the piece for the for the competition that I had to submit for in January two thousand fourteen and once they submitted it I happen to win it. And it was my first thirty print. I send it to a company called shape ways. And that was was company competition like ways and adobe, and I won that competition. It went up into little gallery thing in New York. So that was all like a very new experience because I never really pursued art so much. I did a privately. I I did a lot of experimentation since I was a kid. Yeah. Like painting drawing laser cutting, if I could fiddle with it in Brooklyn maker space, I did digital painting. I tried all sorts of things, but I gave up so easily because I got bored. And I thought I can't be a nurse. If I don't stick to it. Yeah. So you kind of walked in. And like essentially you said what's that over there? That's a baseball bat. What do you do you hit a ball? Okay. Throw the ball to me homerun. That's not supposed to happen. But it did. I guess so it sounds like what you're saying..

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"On the treasury determined in two thousand fourteen the timchenko was a member of putin's inner circle he on his been closely linked to putin financially in is thought to be one of his money men so navigator is a shipping company this specialize in shipping what fought energy i guess oil and gas and more around the world seaboards a big producer of those they use navigator so navigator profits from a company's business that's close to vladimir putin is there something wrong with that well there's no indication the it violated united states sanctions or that secretary ross violated united states sanctions but what experts are from the state department who were involved in setting up those sanctions after russia invaded the ukraine say is that their message to us companies was to stay away from any one who is considered to be a putin crony and see bore in its owners were very much a part of what they describe as putin inc uh or or putin some business empire and again i get so that means that the spirit of this investment doesn't line up with the intention of american sanctions was but there was no direct legal uh infringement here that's correct i think one of the biggest ongoing issues though is that secretary ross has retained his stake in this company while serving as commerce secretary and that means the even is he is america's top representative in economic policies abroad promoting the america first trade agenda around the world.

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"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"two thousand fourteen" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Good to have both writer jack exact occur whose masur yes though i mean just going back the klan serve the difference between sort of clouds with a decline cash that clams uh if you own any if he had any address with a larger than a trivial amount of bitcoin like when the doj wind back in two thousand fourteen sometime dad you get a fixed amount of clamped so it doesn't matter if she had a light point zero zero five bitcoin or like three hundred bitcoin in an address they'll just give you like some fixed amount anew you can um where and you know the term for that sort of from the balkan community is a is an airdrop bradley god and that's that's how they airdropped a bunch of clams is by up on a fixed date though they'll just wherever had subs whatever amount yeah you can use the same methods for anybody yeah yup per per address so you crowns if you are one hundred addresses you'd get 100 times the guy that had one addressed but yeah i mean that that's uh and you know you can sort of you become bitcoin cash that way it's just an allpoints this launching on august first but with an airdrop that's exactly the equivalent of the bitcoin block chain as of that time on solidify of five bitcoin august five yep lime dash five bitcoin cash out and you know some people are sort of like looking at it as free money um there are all sorts of consequences to this i don't know if you've been watching polonia ex but their current uh one day interest rate is five percent.

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