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Canadian Rights Groups Say Emergency Measures No Longer Necessary For Asylum-Seekers
"During the Trump administration. More than 50,000 people crossed from the U. S into Canada to request asylum at the start of the pandemic. The two countries limited travel across the border in both directions to slow new covert cases, and Canada began turning those asylum seekers back to the U. S. How Canadian human rights groups say these emergency measures introduced nearly a year ago are no longer justifiable. Emma Jacobs reports last October upon her and we Mana walked across the border from Northern New York. And turned himself in willingly to Canadian, please. What he didn't know was that Canada had changed its rules because of the pandemic, and he wouldn't be allowed to stay and apply for asylum. Canadian authorities told him they had to turn him over. I told them no, don't send me to United State. America wants to send me back to Burundi. I would die and when I was crying, police took me by force and they handcuffed me. Re. Mana says he fled Bernie after exposing government misconduct and came to the United States with the hope of reaching Canada. Since he was turned around. He's been held in a U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detention Center outside Buffalo. He says he even spent weeks in an isolation unit. You cannot see nobody when you cannot called where you cannot even take shower. He's met others and detention who've ended up there the same way when was supported in December. The U. S. Has been detaining and deporting some of these asylum seekers, despite assertions by Canadian politicians last spring that it was very unlikely the U. S would do so. Then Minister of Foreign Affairs Kristina Friedland said Canada didn't want to see anyone accorded to dangerous situations. It continues to be important for Canada. Have assurances that that would not happen. Refugee rights groups say they were assured in private by Canadian officials that these guarantees had been made. But U. S and Canadian agencies won't confirm this. From March of last year through mid January, Canada turned back more than 280 asylum seekers. It's impossible to know what's happened to all of them. U S Customs and Border Protection says they don't keep statistics but can hold anyone without legal
Canadian Rights Groups Say Emergency Measures No Longer Necessary For Asylum-Seekers
"Much. Thank you. During the Trump administration. More than 50,000 people crossed from the U. S into Canada to request asylum at the start of the pandemic. The two countries limited travel across the border in both directions to slow new covert cases, and Canada began turning those asylum seekers back to the U. S. Now. Canadian Human rights groups say these emergency measures introduced nearly a year ago are no longer justifiable. Emma Jacobs reports last October upon her and we Mana walked across the border from Northern New York. And turned himself in willingly to Canadian police. What he didn't know was that Canada had changed its rules because of the pandemic, and he wouldn't be allowed to stay and apply for asylum. Canadian authorities told him. They had to turn him over. I told them no, don't send me to United State. America wants to send me back to Burundi. I would die and when I was crying, police took me by force and they handcuffed me Dream. Manna says he fled Bernie after exposing government misconduct and came to the United States with the hope of reaching Canada Since he was turned around, he's been held in a U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detention Center outside Buffalo. He says he even spent weeks in an isolation unit. You can not nobody When you cannot call where you cannot even take shower. He's met others and detention who've ended up there the same way When was deported in December, the U. S has been detaining and deporting some of these asylum seekers, despite assertions by Canadian politicians last spring. It was very unlikely the U. S would do so then Minister of Foreign Affairs Kristina Friedland said Canada didn't want to see anyone accorded to dangerous situations. It continues to be important for Canada to have assurances that that would not happen. Refugee rights groups say they were assured in private by Canadian officials that these guarantees had been made.
A Los Angeles councilman stumbles through the Pledge of Allegiance
"Misleading. A longtime California Democratic lawmaker badly bungled the pledge of allegiance during a Los Angeles City Council meeting on Tuesday. Morning, he was asked to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. And here is L. A City council member, Kevin Daily on a pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States America. Invincible. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. Oh, boy. Witches stands one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Live. That's how we ended that that's Kevin Daily own. No one even jumped into like, help save them. This is a guy who ran for the United States Senate in California, and he doesn't know the pledge of allegiance. He's now sitting on the City Council. Right. Wow. Yeah. That was awkward. Awkward is a soft way of putting. It did to think that our elected officials can't recite the pledge of Allegiance. Where school Children? Well, I don't even know if they do it anymore. Oh, I think they do. I've been in schools for presentations, and they've done the pledge of allegiance when I was there. Mm. Okay. Just thought we'd bring that out for you.
How COVID-19 has changed shopper behaviour
"Equity research committed. I'm trying to understand this to the increases in Cove it positive testing rates in United States America across the country, including hospitalizations. The very late two people shopping less or just changing how they shop. Shopping left for sure. Thanks for having me. Fantastic. Have you let's build on that. Then Camilla waited, They shot less. In store today is Black. Friday here in the U. S. And Covad 19 is completely challenging traditional holiday calendar. I think we're gonna be seeing very few shopaholics trending on Twitter campaign outside of Wal Mart or Target or bust by today. And That very muted outlook we have on black Friday, which traditionally has been one of the biggest holiday shopping days of the year, has to do a fear of covert 19 and daily cases. Reaching new daily highs. In fact, the survey in October found That a little over 10% of consumers said that they were very likely to shop in stores on Black Friday. So Camilla, the medium on the medium of which people choose. The sharp is clearly shifting away from bricks and mortar towards e commerce. That's been clear for years and accelerated through this pandemic. When I say where were they shop less? I'm trying to understand. What will people spend money on Home Depot in the home improvement channel? That is just being absolutely massive through this year. Is that what you see continued strength into 2021, even with the vaccine. Absolutely. When we look at the survey data, we've seen elevated interest for home decker and home furnishings, which doesn't come to us a surprise given that with covert 19 cocooning People are taking on more at home living projects, but also the data that we looked that has shown that gift card that clothing and accessories will continue to be popular categories this holiday season. Wow, clothing Finally, because everyone seems to been pretty doom and gloom on that one, commander. I'm a sucker for an experiential present. You know, you name it, Cook recalls some sort of cocktail making thing in people doing that. I mean, we've seen a B and B managed to pivot into that sort of element of things. But I feel the experiential is gonna be foot coming off the gas. What we're seeing. This is specifically with the higher income. Demographic and why we have a forecast for the holiday season season of a case shaped economic recovery is that higher income individuals which have seen Master restoration of jobs and higher income growth there, actually Distinct spend away from pandemic. Reliant services like travel like entertainment liked experiences, and that spend is actually shifting into retail this holiday season. So our holiday outlook, which is that retail sales for the month of November and December will be flat year over year coming in at $1.5. Trillion. It's really reliant on how much these higher income individuals splurge this holiday season. SK shaped economy is so important to us on the unequal nature of which this rebound is occurring, who benefits by the fact that there are fortunately, middle high income brackets were able to spend on a on a piece of jewelry rather than high end luxury travel. Bond, who doesn't who loses out by the fact that those are now who can manage to get back to work at the moment, are unable to buy for their Children in the way that he usually would Under retailer and we did a digital traffic analysis. It's an analysis that we run every year to forecaster, winners and losers and the reason why we look at digital traffic. Because we see a direct positive correlation between digital traffic it in store traffic. And we saw growing momentum. Luxury brands like Tiffany's entering this holiday season, and then one name that we called out in terms of our top five winners was Williams Sonoma, which is a digital first home furnishing retailer. Specifically targeted to a higher income demographic and then in terms of losers. I think it comes more on the lower income consumer end because We think that this group of people is are very likely to embrace frugality this holiday season As fiscal stimulus starts to run low, there are estimates step approximately 12 million workers. Are facing a jobless benefit Cliff on December 26. We appreciate your time this morning. Ready to have you had a wonderful Thanksgiving chameleonic Chesky there of CFR A on retail in America. Home Depot count on hard Home Depot this
"united states america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"United States America, Stick the fork in it. If these guys get elected, well, let's hope that more more people believe that they're not Jeff, because if not, we're in trouble. Jim, you're on the Mike Gallagher show. Hi, Jim. Hey, my painting shows always thank you Feel like I'm not Joe by empty suit. I think that if the left and the media are successful and dragging his carcass across the mine, the first people that are gonna turn on him is Kamala Harris left. They're gonna They're gonna snatch him out ofthis with the 25th Amendment within 90 days of his presidency, and that will have President Kamala. Amen. That's why I keep saying it. You're right. That's why we have to be reminded what this country and I don't even think people are thinking that way. That's why I'm connecting the dots this way. Yeah, mandatory outside till November. I just got a text message. My mouth is literally my jaw just dropped to the floor. 806 55 mikes. I had a chance to catch up with Dr Douglas Howard from balance of nature. And what a great great message they deliver about making sure you get fruits and vegetables in capsule form. Balance of nature is such an important part of my daily routine and thank you for noticing. If you watch us on our YouTube channel that I've lost weight, But you know what I also need to do is not get run down..
"united states america" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The United States America because of the cancer and just to say what cancer you want to detect it early want to treat it early you want eliminated early if we allow this to metastasize just as you say at Seattle Washington DC where's next we're already hearing rumblings about how they want to have an autonomous zones set up in Austin Texas the capital of Texas which brings me to my next topic coronavirus numbers are going up here's governor Greg Abbott of Texas talking about this to twenty nine the civil war at any time you see hospitalizations increase anytime you see the number of people testing positive increase you get worried but we're not alarmist we we were planning to have responses in place and that's exactly what we're doing right now one thing that we're doing is we're going back to fundamentals we slow the spread in March and April but people following the standard practices of wearing a facemask not going out unless you really have to keeping your distance so we are reinforcing those things again when summer came I think people really thought that well we don't really have to practice those things right the thing that you mention is we are we are increasing enforcement of our protocols such as bars that are allowing overcrowding they're having their license taken away so quickly we are responding in ways that should reduce the spread of code nineteen without having to route to ratchet back on opening up a business you like these measures no I don't I I don't like what the the governor stone I think that the governor is wrong in any elected officials wrong by going out there and believe that they have some enumerated power to decide what is the sense of what is not essential it is our responsibility as citizens to protect our health their responsibility is to protect our rights and when I see what is happening again here in Texas and that we are finding businesses these businesses are struggling these businesses are doing everything they can to try to stay in operation give them the guidelines let them made you know follow the guidelines you know going to give them some type of warning or whatever but most of these businesses are going to do what is right but Brian again we are overreacting what is a code nineteen case that means someone has gone the buyers what type of bars are they getting they're getting the virus has a ninety nine point six to ninety nine point eight percent recovery rate that's what we need to be focused on we also need to focus on the most vulnerable people in our society that is susceptible to cope at nineteen because the underlying health conditions that's what we need to be focused on not going back down the path of shutting down the economy of the state of Texas where we saw almost three million Texans have to go on unemployment I hear it is downside to waiting and over protecting and I've always said that within a car on west in Texas if you want to support the colonel Allen west for Texas GOP chair west for Texas dot com Carlos great to talk to you my pleasure you take care bye go get em um when we come back a special treat not that that was a special but this is really different Brian Kelly one half of the most six one of the successful duels in America today one of most successful groups in America today Florida Georgia line he was a college baseball player drafted by them on the Marlins as a full back went back to college and focused on this thing called music and he's going to be Cruisin on to our show he's got six new songs he just released his six back in middle of a pandemic what is that about Brian Kelly next don't.
"united states america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A United States America and rent a movie in India two day state visit really thank you very much for joining us very latest details to market and that here in the region M. S. N. B. T. hi right search this sad this year anticipation that the board will approve the raising of the foreign ownership cap about a man to tell us the details for the pet project so climbed the most in more than a month yesterday took me through it well then as it was quite interesting to see that it was N. B. D. had a very very good session went in the day that we saw most markets pretty much anywhere in the real trading in the negative territory in a very very bad mood what was that well we have now the details that you just mentioned there is a meeting going to happen on March ten and and in the agenda for the shareholders meeting is the potential approval off they can increase the foreign ownership limit from the current twenty percent to forty percent M. S. N. B. T. had already flagged that last year this is something that it's been on the radar for a while but now we have a actually a date and analysts of course are making estimates of what this means we have EFG Hermes for example saying that if this is approved and implemented that could that could mean as much as seven hundred thirty million dollars in inflows as off maybe with a potential addition to this in the order of three hundred fifty million in September that's very good news for a nation Mediterranean dollars exactly four name this treatment very very appealing valuation according to those that look at dad GCC banks right now let's talk about around Kobe Kalas OPEC plus plus procrastinate provider Kate's whatever word you'd like to choose announcer consequences for Aramco we're going to Vienna next week what's a priority or tries to write they're inextricably linked well the stock was ex extremely pressured yesterday even though it was not treating nearly as bad as we saw oil market's doing and all other major peers I'll there especially within Europe menace it was down close to two percent yesterday was the worst session since mid December but still well as you mentioned that are all there police and that are quite important for them but this moment we had a report yesterday by art D. C. capital markets they actually started rating the stock has a market perform as of now with a price target of thirty four reels that's very close to where the item was string right now the flag that of course the stock is exposed to all of those policies that are going to be put in place by the Saudi market which is on their downside they also highlighted the fact that I'm cool he's exposed to geopolitical concerns whenever he had the art increasing here in the the Middle East but at the same time the assets that the company provide are quite unique so they still think that this is a reason to have it as a market perform rather than a cell for example that is quite interesting when you look at some of the pressure they can reference sample on the dollar leave myself and Greg who produces the show we just comment in in the I. B. the pressure the came to brown the Saudi markets yesterday was really quite substantial so what is at the forefront we seen flights cancelled between here and around here in Thailand not going to Thailand on holidays nine you have to look for another destination Congo there March and still go to China yeah we can still go to China I think but this is this is minding isn't it in terms of that they layers the layers of headwinds for all markets that's that's definitely Truman's yesterday we saw this down training close to three percent of clothes that that did the intraday low so it was the worst session since me when we had all of that crisis here in the goal file with the tankers being bomb to industry to four moves very bad session in a very bad day globally that we can all of that forget that there is mounting pressure on the local markets yes oil is determined we see a recovery out there today so we could see some sort of positive start for the Saudi market and for the other markets here in the GCC if that's going to last we still don't know if that if there is what about hearing you're looking at stopping died three point seven percent of Ramco bank Saudi Fransi done eighty five percent I mean these are certain things that we and those are some of the biggest names within the Saudi market so yes of course if there is any sign that there is a recovery those are probably the the ones that are going to treat higher at first as well okay thank you very much for the but the check up runs now the market sentiment and angst it's.
Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury
"So just a little recap the SAG awards were handed out last night in LA so the south Korean film parasite made history for its win for best ensemble the film while winning this still the awards were still criticized for its lack of diversity which is a big conversation that's happening you might have heard of the Oscar so white hashtags back in the headlines again the entire Best Director category this year is made primarily up of white guys the acting categories a pretty way to know Jennifer Lopez for hustler is no Lupita nyong'o who's hurting us no one from dolomite is my name this left a lot of critics prize discouraged at the lack of representation then at the Cannes Film Festival they threw a curve ball the announce the Spike Lee is the new president of the Cannes jury he's that legendary filmmaker behind films like do the right thing and jungle fever black Klansmen now Spike Lee is the first black person to ever lead the Cannes jury and seventy three year history come back all this it's our Q. screen panel here in the studio John Semele Antena sending it right about TV movie arts and culture hi guys hello hi so this is so much going on there's so much to talk about him to start with you can give us a quick like history especially in cans okay so back in the eighties when spike was young and you know excited to show his movies to the world he won a youth prize with she's gotta have it and then he came back in nineteen eighty nine with do the right thing and it was like the front runner to win some big award but it didn't it ended up not winning not even a single prize and Spike Lee you is not so happy about that and he ended up blaming the jury presidents filmmaker them vendors and he had some price words for him it he said I have the quote right here vin had better watch out because I'm waiting for his **** somewhere deep in my closet I have a Louisville slugger bats with vendors and name on it okay so so so small and most likely was back at camp twenty eighteen with a black Klansmen here is at the press conference United States America was built upon the genocide of native people and slavery that is the fabric of the United States America as my book on brother JZ was say fax we on the right side of history with this film so I want to point out that the reason we're broke rehashing all this is because basically is as a big job can right now so John is this going to be the fact that he's leaving the jury a bit of a wake up call well as ever I'm of two minds about it I mean I would be hesitant to use being jury president of a prestigious Film Festival where everyone wears tuxedos in the south of France and some sort of bell weather for representation and diversity in Hollywood that's it it is something I mean as you said there has never been a black jury had in the history of the festival and I think that the palm d'or which this jury awards that's the price of the award it's still I would say the most prestigious award in cinema it is a way of sort of drumming up interest in a film I mean parasite which you just won't stop gushing about overflowing toilets in Paris but for you should go watch it again for the third time I think so you will I want to point out I would believe that John was the first one to like say me a Twitter DM being like Hey man you could check up and all of a sudden they do it on the for the heck say when the palm d'or which sort of started this journey that it's on now so it is certainly a way that you can generate interest in a film and I think it speaks often to a filmmaker status I think people will be watching to see what films Spike Lee finds interesting and I don't know I think he's made a lot of good films and he's made a lot of social films but I love the guy and I'm happy form I think it's like just an interesting like historically if you if you look at it historically the beef that's been going on between spike and and can you know like back in the eighties like back to do the right thing I I don't know he he had some choice words and and I don't know like it was Sally fields apparently who is like feeding him all this information about how long his victim yeah who didn't like do the right thing didn't think that like the ending was really worth it all this stuff and I guess he just didn't get the movie you know so yeah and apparently spike came out after that saying that what he said was stupid and immature and you know I guess in twenty eighteen he did when the ground pre awards black Klansman so he's I don't know ease down to three as we do the right thing I mean it's not one of the major American films ever made teen I we just talked with the spikes two thousand movie bamboozled is coming out from the criterion collection on home video I think next month a film that I think was widely misunderstood at the time I got reimagining of a minstrel show exactly it's about a sort of a TV minstrel show that someone creates a try to bomb their own career sort of a producer's plot line but it ends up becoming immensely popular film it was widely misunderstood at the time that I think is right for a re appraisal is going to get it when it comes out so I think people you know they always talk about spike Lee's films and he deserves a five but if you can imagine what can is trying to get out of putting Spike Lee as head of the jury and what's likely might be trying to get out of it are these two paths of origin what makes my cynical answer would be that they know I mean he was a kid in nineteen ninety nine he made a in quotes joke that someone should shoot Charlton Heston because he was responsible for gun violence in America you know he's called compared Clint Eastwood to a plantation owner I mean they're certainly like a level of let's say energy that spike brings that sort of my grab attention and headlines but also can would like that yes the thing can can benefit from that I mean do they do what like TMZ headlines about it's good ratings like any other organization he's a major filmmaker he's a major filmmaker major filmmakers and people at this level are who had the service but I just I just I I love what Kim had to say when they talked about you know including him as the jury had they said lease flamboyant personality is sure to shake things up like I just find the use of the word flamboyant they're kind of condescending we have yeah it applies to maybe to some of his sartorial tendencies and that's about it right if you just turning and I'm Tom how are you listening to Q. screen panel with John family and
"united states america" Discussed on KQED Radio
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Harvard Law Professor Thinks White Supremacist Are All For Abortion
"Just amazing now listen to this insanity there is a left wing idiot Harvard professor name Lawrence tribe Lawrence tribe as a Twitter account too and someone should take his phone away from he tweeted white supremacists that they love this white supremacist thing they're all white supremacy their Harvard professors the most rarefied gentrified tempered I mean are you kidding me the here we go he tweeted white supremacists oppose abortion what they do that's at what white said so if you're pro life you're white supremacist now is that what it is white supremacists oppose abortion I I've never heard that before because they fear it'll reduce the number of white infants and thus contribute to what they fear as non white replacement replacement in quotation marks it's pretty amazing stuff never underestimate the way these issues and agendas are linked his brain damaged is mentally ill this turns into her sexuality on its head first of all we don't do intersection LD that's your mental illness secondly life people are pro life because they're pro life as nothing do with race but if you're a racist you would send all your money to Planned Parenthood because they're exterminating forty percent of the black population in the United States America now I looked up the recent numbers about fifty percent in New York City where bill de Blasio pretends that he cares about children and about black people the attack Joe Biden for as well you know poor people versus white people the the guys I gotta tell you these people are all insane and they're looking to run our country some of them are owning our country white supremacists oppose abortion because they fear it will reduce the number of white infants if you xcelerated abortion it would make on the current trajectory it would make a more America much more white and that's what you guys are doing through abortion is making America much more white about fifteen percent of abortions white about forty percent black if you're reducing the black population through abortion and increasing the proportion that is white he's a Harvard law professor these people are idiots
"united states america" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Large scale project in the United States America at risk, you would have no trust or confidence in an appropriation. So everybody knows what it was. It was an act by president. We're finding home on wildfire recovery. He's not. Reimbursing local fire departments for the two thousand eighteen wildfires in Katie. The state is also trying to make sure that, that nine hundred thirty million dollars isn't spent right? Right. In addition to filing the lawsuit, there, actually also filing a temporary restraining order, that would prohibit the federal government from reallocating that money, but doesn't the federal government have a point that the high speed rail project has struggled to make reasonable progress. I mean, there have been delays cost overruns, and even governor Newsom plan to make some changes to the original plan. Yeah. In fact, in his state of the state address this year, he actually said quote the current project as plan would cost too much, and take too long. He also said that there wasn't a path to build high speed rail to connect the northern and southern parts of the state without more money. And that was actually interpreted by some people as Newsom seen. He was essentially canceling the. Project later clarified. That's not the case he's open to future lines down the road. But for now he just wants to focus on the central valley portion of the project was the state supposed to get this nine hundred thirty million dollars from the federal government, and how big a hit would it be to the high speed rail project? Well, I think we should make it clear that this is a project that has seen costs go up exponentially. It was estimated to cost last check seventy seven billion dollars, so any money that they get is important this nearly billion dollars. The state wasn't expected to really tap into until twenty twenty one but this is not the only issue that California is facing the Trump administration has also said it wants to claw back. A two point five billion dollar grant for the bullet train which California has already spent they'd spent it by twenty seventeen while the loss of this money the billion dollars that. Have the Trump administration says it will not give the state anymore. Would hurt the project. State officials say that they're not making any plans right now to stop construction or anything along those lines, because they fully intend to fight this in court, Kate politics, reporter, Katie, or thanks, Katie. You're welcome. I'm Mina Kim. K Q, weedy news. More of all things considered is on the way next Democrats on Capitol Hill talking impeachment of the president. Details on that story just ahead as well. Support for kqed comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and children's discovery museum of San Jose hosting sid. The science kid super duper exhibit, this hands on adventure, inspired by the PBS series opens this Saturday through September second. See the M dot org..
Top Democrat formally requests 6 years of Trump's tax returns
"I've been under audit for many years because the the numbers of big, and I guess when you have a name you your audited, but until such time as I'm not under ordered. I would not be allowed to do. The president of the United States America talking about his income. House Ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal has formally requested president Donald Trump's tax returns from the Internal Revenue Service. I have a letter in front of me here. It's a data today. April third two thousand nineteen it's to address the honorable
"united states america" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"There were saying that the Muller folks, you felt were generally professional, but you're concerned was with that original way that you were surveilled which is before he came into that office. Absolutely. And actually, I've I've never talked about this. TV before I've discussed it with a few journalists, but in may of twenty seventeen I sent a long series of emails to Mr. Muller and to rod Rosenstein one month before my final Pfizer warrant, kind of laying out all the facts for you know, what a ridiculous situation this was relatively speaking. You know, as we know Mr. Rosen signs signed that final warrant just a month later, and I think. You all swell that ends. Well, what are you suggesting? Well, you know, there's again, let's see what's in there. I think. A little sunshine would provide a lot more clarity. Yeah. Yeah. We we've all been through the wringer. I think Dr courses still going through it Sam heads with stress I've had some stress, but I think he's country failed him. I think the United States America failed Carter page, and I think it failed him long before mother was even a brought into office. I think that this whole thing started before crossfire hurricane. I think they were spying on the Trump campaign Carter others. And I think the truth may never come out because I just don't see it being investigated. Well, I'm gonna fit in one more break. We're gonna come back to final thoughts. I have to say as you say that you get to say that. That's why you're all here that involves a theory of a conspiracy where the Trump Justice department and Trump's appointing rod Rosenstein who signed off on Coney's firing as well as Bob Muller. A lifelong Republican twelve years FBI anti-terror all these people suddenly come in and decide to do the secret conspiracy against what is mostly their own party. Which is the one. Of the problems with that theory. But what I'm gonna do is fit in a break here. Well, I'm gonna fit in a break. Final thoughts, including where given your experience where you think this ends? And what you think the prosecutors think about collusion in final thoughts. I'm going to do some lightning round quick questions. And then each of you get a quick final thought number one in any of your interviews where you asked about anyone else at this table. I'm not in the detail that I recall, no, no all three, but not in detail all three whereas about, and what do they want to know about Dr Corsi are they wanted to know if I knew if I had interacted with them, and my answer to both were I know him from years ago didn't interact with what did they want to know about a car you want to know if I ever interacted with Carter, I told him. No, I didn't I had met him. I met him today the first so it's really upset me about my subpoena. Very quickly. They put his name on there. I've never met Carter page, whatever. Then what they're testing. Did. They want to know whether Carter page was making a lot of big decisions on the campaign. Don't they just asked me Carter page. Yes. Or no, no next name. Have you been asked about anyone else at the table, high was asked dozens and dozens of names in the various investigations congressional. And otherwise, I'm sure I must have been you know, I I lost track of so many names through tick tick tick down listening most people including powerful people in Washington and journalists don't get to talk to Muller's. Prosecutors investigative team you did to more than one. You heard the way they think in question up to a point based on that as we close up here today. I'm curious what you think their view, whether you agree with it or not, what is their view or prosecutorial theory. Do you think they're moving towards conspiracy by the Trump campaign, Donald Trump or something less than that? As we hear reports, they may be wrapping up your view of of what they're doing and take the mind. Reading course at Harvard. I should have. I don't know what they're doing. I know I did nothing wrong. And the plea deal..
"united states america" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In the United States America authorized to do. So. And we know that they've come in. We don't want contraband. We don't want drugs come in. I'm wondering one dangerous people coming into the country under so we're for border security, and I think we can get there. Yeah. But this isn't about. The wall. 'cause it's gonna take forever to build the wall Chuck Schumer came out. So it's gonna take years, of course, can take years you can take years and years and years and years, right? Nothing government. So whatever he's asking for for the entire completion to the wall, which I remind everybody eleven months from now, we're going to be in the exact same situation that we are today when he comes back and says, I need another five point seven or eight point three or whatever it is. And we'll probably be in the exact same situation. We're getting close to a government shutdown. Again. Let's remember that. But it's going to take years and years and years and years and years and years and years and years, this isn't about that this is still about two thousand twenty and taking on Trump and call it his vanity project. Call at the bedrock of his campaign, call it a symbol call it. Whatever it is again, the effectiveness of it does not matter. Not getting it built or getting it built is the thing that matters the most for so many of them. That's the reality of what this is about that. Right. There is the reality of what this here is about getting it built to show. I kept my promise or making sure he doesn't build and say, we defeated him. Effectiveness. Play into any of. Because it'll be years years and decades before we get the data back to find out if it was or wasn't affected by then even if he runs again wins again, he's not gonna probably be in office. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at me do love hearing from you. And that's my point somehow to you guys. Right. We are closer to South America than we are to the Middle East. What's happening in South America right now is in stain. It really is when it comes to Venezuela. And I was talking off the air to pretty sure Anthony about, you know, we've got this younger generation who is running at socialism, not really understanding what socialism is because there there isn't the great beasts that was the Soviet Union. Right. And the you know that that evil empire that was there wasn't you know, for my generation there was for this generation. There wasn't any of that. And the socialist and they care about they think as Denmark and stuff like that. But the reality is the socialism that exists today in a small way that anybody would even take notice of his Cuba. And then there's Venezuela, and it's going to hell in a Handbasket. And I'm telling you guys right now. It's getting closer and closer to inflaming itself into the point where you could see violence real violence. In the streets. In the next seventy two hours. And there's an upstart there who believes, hey, look, we got all the proof in the world, the Medeiros stove this thing. And that he is a dictator. It's all a lie, and the facade is starting to unravel and the military starting to get on our side, nNcholas Maduro is a dictator with no legitimate claim to power. He's never won the presidency in a free and fair election. And he's maintained his grip of power by imprisoning. Anyone who dares to oppose him? Yeah. And the US is coming out and saying, hey, this new cat. The United States supports the courageous decision. By one Guadagno. The president of your national assembly to assert that bodies constitutional powers declare Maduro your surfer and call for the establishment of a transitional government. Yeah. And he's not gonna go peacefully. The former bus driver and second in charge to own who go charges, but ugly, ugly ugly, and you think about this for second who's the largest oil producer in the world. Who is who's sitting on the most oil? You said anybody in the Middle East Girardi say. Venezuela. And even when things are good. They couldn't sustain it. Three million. People have fled the country. Madero diet people down twenty thirty pounds. Flation is hyper inflates ADHD kind of inflation. Like the worst ca I mean, it's insane. And and I talk about that. Because. I have a lot of friends who are Uber progressive, and they see the of the world that's leaves of the world. They see all of these people, and and they're loving their ideas and the looking around, and they want all of those kind of things, and they talk of those things in many ways out their ass. Not understanding that hey, we're going to be just like Denmark, except for the fact that no we're not actually first of all it's mostly homogeneous society understand that. It is a society where it is basically the middle class robbing the middle class to pay for the middle class. There's a lot of things that when they talk I hear more of that over there than I do of the free market. The denmark. But the youth of America, you know, like everything else man, they they they like when we were kids. Right. We know. What's better? Don't warn me. I know it's better. You don't get it. I know what's better. So we're gonna we're gonna do this. It is it is crazy. But I'm telling you in the next seventy two hours. Plus there's a chance that this is going to get a good Lee over there. And it is it is it is crazy. It is fifty.
"united states america" Discussed on 600 WREC
"E C six hundred dot com. The backlash is continuing to grow for Nancy Pelosi tonight. And it's with good reason after she tried a political stunt that has happened. And it is just become a joke. Nancy Pelosi as was even heckled at a town hall today for the decision that she made. She made a decision to to to uninvite the president United States America. And Nancy Pelosi. Not only this way refused to talk on Trump declaring national emergency. When she was asked questions about it. But she also uninvited the president nited states of America to the union claiming that it was a security concern and telling him he could basically drop off his talking points. And he could drop them off at the capitol. Or get another date after the government is not shut down to deliver that speech. I think the president hits America should one hundred percents. Do say the union. Democrats tried these talking points that we it's you know, that we should not have say the union during a shutdown. Yes, that's part of the state of the union. That's part of the address India's. I just sent you sending if you'll sign in and play this because Democrats are trying to fix this problem names pussy because she lied today. She manufactured a crisis that didn't exist, and the crisis that did not exist until today that she lied about. Is a crisis that she created out of thin air saying that the reason why we need to cancel say the union is because we can't protect the president and others the secret service because the government shutdown which is again, just not true. It's not true. It's just not true. It's never been true. By the way. It's it's it's a lie. The secret service immediately came out today and said, we can do our jobs, please. Basically don't tell us that we can't because of funding issues when an absolutely we can secure the state of the union, we have every intention of doing it. Now. Democrats today are are trying to fix this prominence. Plus about five minutes ago on on TV, one democrat said, well, it's ridiculous for the president of the union address for the government shutdown. I would say it's the complete opposite of that. While the government shutdown whether the whether the state of the union is good or bad. You're supposed to have the say the union. Me literally, whether the state of the union is good or bad. You're supposed to have the state of the union address the whole point of the state of the union addresses to address the country address congress and explain how we're doing with the state of the union, and while the government shutdown that doesn't mean that you don't address the state of the union. But here's how Democrats are trying to spin this now listen to this. Are you giving us some breaking news? Thank you, very much John fold that in my next conversation. I.
"united states america" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"I don't know how you can get arrested and not have any paperwork around it. Right. Especially United States, America. How did that happen? Well, I know how happened because he's a billionaire. That's how it happen allegedly. That's my opinion. It's it's scary. The story really disturbed may. And I know it's a little outside of what we normally do. But like even though we do this show. We don't really talk about this company a lot like their direct competitor is Ali baba. We do talk about them every now, and then, but they are huge players a world scene of what's happening in retail. They have a tremendous amount of pull and resources. We talk about Alibaba because it makes headlines like creating holidays, the the world's sucked in right, but JD has been just like chilling here. Just like doing his thing. Just unassuming kind of right and raking in money every time, I think JD dot com. J which is like not seem at all. Not all. Wow. Well, there's really nothing to say about I wanted to talk about it. Because I didn't want to fly on unnoticed like, I see you. I know that this happened. This is not good. What is the real story here? And it may be that we only know a part of it. But when record start going missing or when people stop talking about it, something is fishy. A boy paying attention. Yeah. We are paying attention. We see. Well, them transitions I'm gonna talk about plus vintage clothing, do it pallet cleanser kind of a pallet cleanser so wracked had a great piece in the past week about why there's not a whole ton of vintage clothing available. That's ideal for plus size people. You might be thinking about this question of why don't we have more? Plus, I've been to clothing available, and you might think oh people were just skinnier back in the day. They didn't have vitamins they didn't have enriched white Brad like it was just a sign of the times. Right. People were smaller. Statistically speaking, though. The proportion of overweight and obese people is greater today. But those people still existed in the twentieth century. So in theory, these clothes should exist. Racked. Explain that there was this brief period of time in the early twentieth century where retailers prioritized called stout wear for stout. Women yet, they this is in the olden days when they knew nothing about marketing and verbiage ya not impressed. But okay, and it was big in the period between nineteen fifteen and nineteen thirty to describe any size beyond like a straight size. Then World War Two comes everyone forgets about women of size until the eighties. When suddenly plus is manufacturing is thing. Huge gap. That's a big time period, though, who's got huge gap. So what happened during the gap? We'll during the fifties. There was a market for what was called chubby patterns and these were sewing patterns for girls and teens who were you know, thicker like again with the branding, right? Like, you gotta reading this branding, basically between the end of stout. Where? And the eighties. If you were finding plus clothing, it was because women were selling it for themselves. Oh, I see because most big brands from luxury to like mass market brands. They were just ignoring this category. Completely so women were like, well, I'm gonna make address that fits me because I need a dress fits me. Emma mcclendon is the associate curator of costume at the museum at the fashion institute of technology, and she explained to racked that within vintage fashion. There's a survival bias that is skewed towards straight size clothing. So straight size pieces that make it to vintage stores or museums are often valued as being Reiter than plus garments..
Shooting reported at newspaper in Annapolis, Md.
"There has been a shooting at the capitol newspaper building in annapolis maryland we get the latest in this report special report newspaper shooting mike moss multiple people have been shot at the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis maryland gazette reporter phil davis is tweeted that several people have been shot some are dead he says there was one gunman more from correspondent evan perez enforcement source said it appears they have somebody in custody who they believe may have carried out this shooting now again and there's a lot of investigative work that needs to be done we don't know whether this person who's in custody is the person who carried out the shooting but at least at this point the law enforcement people who are working on the scene there believed that they have the person contained no peres is reporting there are multiple fatalities in the shooting the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives among the agencies responding according to reporter phil davis the gunman shot through the glass door to the office and opened fire on the workers inside police tried to safely evacuate that building i mike moss protesters greeted president trump on his visit to wisconsin thursday he started the day with a round table breakfast in milwaukee that helped foxconn with groundbreaking of its new campus in racine county more on the story from our kathy volkmar wants foxconn technology group will make lcd screens at its ten billion dollar campus in mount pleasant president trump was on hand for the groundbreaking today as foxconn has discovered there's no better place to build higher and grow than right here in the united states america's open for business more than it has ever been open for business between our low taxes are cutting of regulations we're not finished with the regulation their project promises to create at least thirteen thousand jobs but faces resistance from environmental and other groups illinois attorney general lisa madigan has been threatening to sue claiming the epa is giving foxconn break on racine county air pollution standards kathy volkmar wls am eight ninety news crusading father michael pfleger is planning a march against violence on the dan ryan expressway on saturday july seventh but bill cameron says first jeopardy police superintendent tony rikio is asking him to take it to a street in a community says he's all for a march against violence but doing it on the dan ryan would pull something like two hundred officers from the very communities where the violence is i think it goes really contrary to what he's trying to accomplish we don't wanna pull police officers out of the community to score a march down the dan ryan expressway let's keep them march in the community let them marched through the neighborhoods show the the.
"united states america" Discussed on WGTK
"W bush didn't say it let alone mean it nor did bill clinton i want america feared more than loved that's the way it works i one teachers more feared than loved i want the police more fear than love authority figures to keep civilization going authority figures needs to be feared so i want the united states america feared when when was america loved periodically for brief period of time americans going through the french streets after liberating france from the nazis then people were crazy about americans for year or to note how how brief gratitude is resentment is permanent gratitude is temporary for a break time the spectacle of north korean diplomacy is allowed our attention to move away from the twentieth eighteen midterm election the primaries are loudly underway for republicans it was supposed to be a somber time we've heard so much about this socalled blue way that could come shower november setting up a democratic sweep south carolina one of the most conservative states congressional district one producer surprising outcome a republican newcomer defeated three term republican congressman and former governor mark sanford here's my colleague mike gallagher with the now gop nominee katie aaronson following the ration following your career and watching what happened last night so so thanks for your kind words but let's talk a little bit about how you tapped into that short of resentment against republicans who aren't unified republicans who joined the mainstream media and the democrats in in trashing president trump and of course it didn't it didn't hurt that you got a little boost at about four o'clock yesterday afternoon is the president tweeted on your behalf from air force one he is a remarkable man and you know this race i no doubt we won this race because the truth be told we need to support the president i mean that was the message was drained swamp and be elitist you know the swamp they that you know mark sanford was a part of that he just needed to go the never trumper you know we need people who are going to support our president get the bowl conservative agenda that that he went out on the campaign trail with and one we need to be able to support that and that was something that was a resounding in the state of south carolina one of the big takeaways all over the country was that like it or not the republican party is is represented by.
Macron Says G-7 Doesn't Need US, 'We Don't Mind Being 6'
"Escalating trade battle is only one front where president trump has split with longtime allies he pulled out of the iran nuclear deal last month and decided to exit the pairs climate accord last year my call warned the president trump's course change was damaging alliances and the credibility of the us if they continue towards a form of isolationism brutal hegemony of distancing themselves from their own history from their own values from the role they play an international organizations where they are leaders by deciding to remove themselves that will be bad for the united states america sav rita's so vital american relationships are under enormous pressure increasingly there is a gap between the united states and the rest of our allies in the g seven it is over iran it's over climate it's over terrorists it's over a sense of whether or not america wants to engage in the world or not those distinctions are widening not closing and that is greatly greatly to be feared with those differences looming it's unclear whether g seven members can even agree on a joint communique by the summits end on saturday judy so you miss you or at the side of the media center for reporters who were covering this summit you're in quebec let me ask you the people you talk to how did they think the president's trade actions are going to affect the g seven is a group american officials that i've talked to are used to dealing with these kinds of summits say the g seven is actually facing historic and shocking shift they say there's a leadership vacuum the united states used to pay a really big big role on promoting multilateral agreements and free trade president trump is backing away from that so there's now saying that the g seven might not play the same role that it's playing which is really to be a guidance for free trade all over the world so unique was so many disagreement so what are the people you talk to how contentious they think this summit is going to be these conversations are likely going to be very tough people are likely going to be arguing the leaders of canada and france have already come out and said that they're going to try to.
United States, America and Bloomberg discussed on Surveillance
"One hour and twenty minutes away that inflation print here in the united states for america the estimates shaping up as follows year on year the estimate two point five percent at tick from the previous month the two point four look for core backout food backout energy core cpi year on year the median estimate two point two percent the previous number two point one percent not inflation data coming out a little bit lighter head of that i have to say some significant dollar weakness against most of g ten with the exception of sterling k we we are seeing a much weaker dollar against a strong europe you're a dollar up by about a quarter of one percent you're listening to bloomberg surveillance this is bloomberg now the news the new york city here's michael barr dom jonathan thank you very much president trump personally greeted the three american detainees returning from north korea trump the vice president and their wives welcome them home at joint base andrews overnight the president tweeted this morning on behalf of the american people welcome home syrian president bashar assad has accused us president donald trump of saying one thing one day and the opposite the next saying i don't think in the meantime we're going to achieve anything with such an administration assad spoken an interview with a greek newspaper pull bunch today before israel carried out an air strike in syria in response to what it said was a crossborder rocket attack by iranian forces global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at toco on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg com michael barr thank you so much futures flat with yields in today curve flattening substantial kerr flattening down to forty four point seven seven basis points to look at the chart here in a moment brent crude seventy seven thirty three this is bloomberg.
"united states america" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"And that built did that bill the united states america as we know it notice they always referred to me in the press's middle class joe no i've never tell you washington that's not as a compliment that means you're not sophisticated okay okay but nobody calls you that joe so largest growth of population indianamericans movie from india you cannot go to a seven eleven or dunkin donuts unless you have a slight indian accent i'm not jokin you can't you just can't go into one without a slight in the accent joking so don't laugh this one of my favorite joe biden's of all time and neil smith and old buddy you here right obviously gonna miss you how do you do without your buddy i don't know about the brook obama being story the hitches keep coming and he gets away with with that he gets away with everything verbally physically with the grouping of women the sky i mean creepy stuff too because you if you were to have a biker chick sit on your lap bar today and you're whispering or ear like he creepy was i don't think that flies today him maybe with middle class joe does my boyfriend is going to come over and plant when in your head fisher detail that yeah yeah they were not look happy size in the secret service did me that's the only reason i'm sure that nothing happened because there were men with sunglasses and guns fairly close.
"united states america" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"One america finally has a new top diplomat in mike pompeo approved yesterday by the senate to be the new secretary of state republican senator bob corker saying before the vote was taken i don't know a person in the united states america that could have more knowledge about what is happening around the world in his current role the vote to confirm pompeo fifty seven to forty two immediately taking up his duties as secretary of state he's currently in brussels meeting with nato allies after which you'll be heading to meet with allies in the middle east arizona teachers expected to return to the state capital today to advocate for higher pay increased investment in education about fifty thousand teachers and supporters marched over two miles to the capital in downtown to phoenix yesterday the first day what's expected to be two days statewide walkout do pew research survey suggests rather that at overwhelming majority of americans believe in some sort of higher power the poll says fifty six percent have faith in god the bible while thirty three percent of americans believe in a spiritual forest of some sort only ten percent of the nation is considered atheist and the white house confirming president trump will visit the united kingdom on friday july thirteenth the tripping billed as a working visit a downing street spokesman says prime minister theresa may and mr trump will hold bilateral talks for usa radio news i'm chris barnes got an old car you could donate it whether it's running or not to the.
"united states america" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"If you just joined us this has become a big deal today ucla trump on you see players i should have left them in jail all of this because the dad said the donald trump didn't do jack all of this because the president united states america said clearly does father doesn't understand visit shoplifting is actually a big deal now this coming after the father downplaying what donald trump did act like you didn't do anything he said when asked by espn about donald trump's involvement who acting like you didn't know what the president was doing our did anything to help with son out what was he over therefore don't tell me nothing everybody wants to make it seemed like he helped me out referring to donald trump trump then tweeted out now that the three basketball players are out of china and save from years in jail lavarra ball the father of li angelo is unacceptable of what i did for his son and that shoplifting is no big deal i should have left them well then the president tweeted out about an hour ago saying shoplifting is a very big deal in china as it should be five to ten years in jail but not too father avar should have gotten his son out during my next trip to china instead china told them why they were released very ungrateful right let's get to your phone calls the number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three to ecorse democrats say that this was beneath the presidency for the present tax they say something like this what do you think one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three.
"united states america" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Agents to the flag of the united states america police and upon every time her ran glaring what i sees a on tv take their stand on bended knee whether it's own astra term for grass i think of those whose freedom was free i say taken the my yeah that when you heard grass in their did you know that was coming did she did you know it was common when he said grass i i love it take any my ass i love it three or three six nine six 1971 that's from listener laurie yet all kinds of stuff during the week of links to videos and information stuff about las vegas and all kinds of different things it's absolutely fascinating want to tell you about the show we're gonna talk to steve laffy in just a couple of minutes see why if he's become a dear friend and you know of all the things i respect about this guy forget that he's one of the smartest guys around he's a numbers guy first guy and his family to go to college then wound up in one of the most prestigious business schools in the world if not deem most went out to work in a company built that company up sold it was able to get out of the business world and go home to try and take care of business in the places he loves one of the most liberal states in the country rhode island one of the most liberal cities in the country cranston was broke absolutely broke run by leftists into the ground always happens take a look at denver take a look at the budget for colorado take a look at california michigan take a look at chicago net never fails and and he ran on a campaign standing up on a chair i think on street corners telling people the truth you're not gonna like anything i do got elected as mayor turned the finances of the city around didn't didn't wasn't bashful about it didn't try and hide what he was doing over here to fix what's going on over there was reelected after that reelection his his popularity his success there was a senate seat that was coming up and he threw his hat into that ring very articulate and passionate campaign.
"united states america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And in fact i think if the yankees had him now they probably be doing better he was just the gut the goto guy and i just think he handled everything with such class think he's one of the coolest uh under pressure whenever the yankees were down and they could call him in but he also does so much humanitarian work i just think he's one of the the the stand up guys all athletes it matters to me that their role models i i happened to meet joe tori and his wife as that question and i remember alley tori said you know it i know no you know sometimes this is what they do for a living and what they do off the field but for me no sports illustrated for kids is sitting most likely in your public school library and your kids are looking at it and so when these athletes do things that are her traffic in horrible like aaron hernandez yeah it's it's some it's a big deal so i think athletes including may be standing for the flag you know things like that or not standing whatever they believe him but whatever you believe kids look to athletes to be you know they emulate them so i do think it's important to take the role you have dislike god dawn harper nelson who who was an olympic athlete for the united states america takes it very seriously she's married to a math teacher and she talks about how how every day she's reminded that everything she does kids are paying attention to so i just think that the nfl athletes should pay more attention to marianna rivera and athletes like that disown watson for example awesome role model sorry that's my there you go exactly exactly another and i think that the nfl should pay more attention and it'd be wonderful if our media paid more attention on the really awesome things that the professional athletes do to as opposed to the really horrible things but it be great if we didn't even have the horrible things in the first place speaking of the cowboys have a by what do you think about the.
"united states america" Discussed on KGO 810
"On the courts and the question that some are asking is will donald trump be in compliance if he loses the case now what donald trump good today disturbed me so greatly i wanna get your reaction he lashed out today at what he termed of there's so cold judge i just want to point out the president of the united states america talks about a so cold judge and i have to tell you the attack on james row part bush point t who passed for confirmation in the united states so it with nineteen in the votes i have to tell you hump or a fight not surprised because donald trump is you know has a tennessee to simply lashed out but you understand but the president of the united states called a sitting federal judge a so called judge this is what the don't trump tweeted and i'm so second beast tweets i can't even begin to tell you the opinion of the so called judge which essentially takes one forced but away from our country is ridiculous and will be overturned then he added later on what is our country coming to one a judge gonna halt all my and security travel bam and anyone even with bad intentions can come to the us well boyer's looking out and using the federal court decision in boston which is in conflict with the ridiculous with a band decision.
"united states america" Discussed on WTMA
"And these people mean the do i should enormous amount to damage on the left the democrat left they absolutely do neftali before and think about i think the united states america in the hands for a long period of time of the left i don't mean the goal democrat party i mean hardcore radical left but now controls the democrat party think even be on taxes and health care and regulations that's bad enough think even be on the limited immigration and the effort to the completely destroy citizenship as they pursue the monopoly political power but think about the kind a life you would have in this country think about the kind that hate the kind of the year think about it on your personal individual liberty and you're property absolutely unbelievable and guess what that's their former elizabeth there for the populace amid shade isn't populous him that's why constitutional is up it's the constitution as i said before that sits between awesome tierney when i return remember it's twelve fifty w gm a them soccer this is caller coward the thing center prompted very angry responses to me from the show you would think there'll be something where i even touch remote way on something political is ross the protocol environment is in the united states but you'd be wrong the thing that seems to fire people up more than anything else is when i say something about bit cool wine the what's ozuna virtual currency then is one that is not ty danny country it's a computer base money and bit coin has gone to near record values recently and people say say you don't know what you're talking about court but going to great thirty eight no it's not it's just a matt that paying for stuff that is best used to buy things across national borders but the idea that you buy that speculating it's going to go up tell you you're going to get burned in burned big time hiring is the most yeah japan are all journey can be exciting in scary at the same time here are some.