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MSNBC Fails to Press About Data U.S. Left Behind, Leaving Afghan Allies Vulnerable

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

MSNBC Fails to Press About Data U.S. Left Behind, Leaving Afghan Allies Vulnerable

"What happens to the Afghans are left behind. Now we know what happens, huh? But here's Matt Bradley, NBC news foreign correspondent. In the morning Schmo show, And by the way, the morning Schmo thought this was all great. He and Mrs Smith. I thought this was fabulous. Cut 14 go and we know Matt. There are still some Americans left in Afghanistan with one day left of these evacuations and many, many Afghans who would like to leave the country. What happens to them as this deadline is met as president Biden has promised on the 31st, which is tomorrow. What happens on Wednesday on September 1st to those left behind? Yeah. You know, I don't really know. And I've spoken with some young Afghans who were trying to get out, especially spoke with a young woman. Last week. She was on a bus trying to get Into the airport. She sat on that bus for about 10 hours. The Taliban came on and we're looking around inspecting everybody. It's tough because they have to get through the Taliban checkpoints and in order to do that, they have to identify themselves to the Taliban. So if they do you understand they had a practical reason we had shared interests. We had to be pragmatic. Go ahead. Into the airport. If they don't get out of the country, then they have to return to Taliban occupied Kabul, knowing that the Taliban has their names, their contact details all their information. But where did they get their names, their contact and all their information from NBC? But it had such a tremendous success. We've never seen anything like this before. Have the name and contact numbers. Wow. They have the technology to To look into somebody's eyes through various devices and so forth to know who they would They get that from

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Another Kabul Terror Attack 'Likely,' Biden Briefed by National Security Team

Sean Hannity

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Another Kabul Terror Attack 'Likely,' Biden Briefed by National Security Team

"Is apparently likely, according to the press secretary on the president, vice presidents meeting with the national security team in Afghanistan. One thing I will say the intelligence has been dead on just prior to these attacks yesterday. People that were getting either the Facebook post or the text or the emails or the Twitter following that they do. We're told that an attack was imminent. And sure enough, it happened at the airport. Um Kirby took a question in a briefing right at the end and confirmed some reports are true that Afghans are waiting 10 hours on a plane for vetting at Dulles. Uh, the Pentagon, apparently as clueless on the number of Afghan refugees that they've already brought into the country over 100 apparently have been identified, according to Pentagon officials, telling Defense one this week that up to 100 of the thousands of Afghans evacuated as his perspective. Recipients of special immigrant visas seeking permanent resettlement in the U. S have been flagged as potential matches. The intelligence agency watch lists, and apparently, I'm told been told by my sources that they're actually doing the vetting after the people are up in the air on their way. The United States of America a little late at that point to start doing the vetting. Anyway. U. S forces now

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Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer

"Over yet. But there are some new twists in the Britney Spears case. ABC s Andrea Fuji has the latest Britney Spears is celebrating. Overnight she posted to Instagram saying, New with real representation Today I feel gratitude and blessed. This is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing CART wheels today. In court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to end her 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father, Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her question remains. Why is he involved? Should step down voluntarily. As that is, in the best interest a Britney Spears in court. A tearful spears called in by phone, demanding her father, Jamie Spears be removed from her conservatorship, saying she wants him charged with conservator abuse Spears saying I am here to get rid of my dad. The singer, claiming I was extremely scared of my dad. Spears detailed what she calls her illegal work schedule in which she says she was forced to be available 10 hours per day every day, And at times, she says, her caretakers took away her hair, vitamins and even her coffee. Spears, saying that's not abuse. That's just cruelty. Jamie Spears was adamant He is not stepping down his lawyers arguing for their side of the story to be heard, saying, There are a lot of misstatements in Britney's testimonies. The judge also approved the resignation of Bessemer Trust as co conservator. That means as of now, Jamie Spears is the sole manager of his daughter's $60 million estate. But Spears wants the conservatorship ended altogether without facing a medical evaluation, she says. If one is necessary, she'd like Jodi Montgomery, her co conservator of person to stay on and handle the transition. There will be another court hearing on Monday in which the judge will examine Jodi Montgomery's request for security to be paid out from the trust. As she claims she's receiving death threats. Andrea Fujii.

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United Offers Flight Attendants, Pilots Extra Pay for Proof of COVID Vaccination

Lewis and Logan

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

United Offers Flight Attendants, Pilots Extra Pay for Proof of COVID Vaccination

"Player at Denver's airport is offering its pilots and flight attendants extra cash for proof they've been vaccinated. United Airlines says it will give flight attendants up to 10 hours pay if they're fully vaccinated by June, 9th. They'll get 6.5 hours pay if they get their first dose between June 10th of July 1st Last week, the airline offered its pilots 13 hours of pay for proof if they were vaccinated before June. 1st. Any pilot getting vaccinated this month could get 12 or 11 hours of extra pay. The airline says 80% of its pilots have been

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hard hard left of the Democratic Party and the normal left the Democratic Party. Over the issue of Israel between the pro Israel Democrats and the anti issue Democrats like proceeded to Lave, Elsie Ayanna Pressley, Milan Omar Better coming crack of Hillary Elder show. Days had three right before J second. Oh, it's six on 8 60 A M the ends. The following episode of the Charlie Kirk Show has been pre recorded Everybody Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show honored to have with us today, a brave man and a courageous man running for the Senate in Missouri. Mark McCloskey Mark Welcome to the Charlie Kirk Show. Thanks for having me on So market? I don't know if you ever plan to get into politics. I don't know if you ever plan to run for office. But something happened to you and your wife last summer. I have a lot of questions about this, and it was probably the number one news story in the country for probably a week and a half. Where an angry BLM incorporated mob stormed you, your house, at least your yard. They tore down a gate and then you came out with your firearm, never discharge the firearm and then faced criminal charges. Because of that, I know that Okay. It takes a little background, too, because particularly since yesterday was the anniversary of George before his death in ST Louis on the evening and morning of June, the 1st and 2nd last year. The folks who have the high ground the moral superiority over us decided the best way to show their love and compassion was to burn down downtown ST Louis. And up. They set fire to lots of buildings that had millions of dollars worth of damage. They shot four police officers and kill retired police captain David Dorn, who about a half a mile from where I'm sitting right here, his secondary employment and the most impressive thing that Patty, my wife, I would We were watching from a live helicopter feet while the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis to box from the police headquarters. From the first time I rock comes through and breaks out the window. Looters coming looted, empty pro fire in the building becomes fully engulfed in flames. 10 2030 40 minutes We watch this. How many Please showed up zero. How many fireman showed up zero. We looked at each other and said, you know when the fit hits the sham You're out there in your wild ones, All right. And then, in the ensuing nearly among more and more bit businesses in our neighborhood got boarded up little pharmacy around the street for me. I went over there and the roll up steel doors have been torn off. Windows are all boarded up. So I asked. You know what happened, he said with the arms Well, I said, did you come down to see what's going on? I don't want to get killed. Make a long story short dad's run every six hours. Stealing everything agree stolen great, however, that it could be broken and the cops showed up 10 hours after your mile. So once again, so for alliances is your only resort that So now it's now it's June 28. It's a Sunday afternoon. Our daughter who's 31 was coming in from Chicago to have dinner with us. We're setting up on the porch. I put a a Pork loin on barbecue and my daughter shows up All of the sudden we start here and noise coming down King's highway. Now we know that they were going to be a new event that day because In the city of ST Louis, where there's no police enforcement where the police have been told to stand down, and there's no prosecution. You get the advertiser rise. And so this organization called Expect those ST Louis put out a fire. Then you're gonna have a riot. When and where. So we put fire extinguishers, weapons around the house, and then the mob comes down King's Highway. We're right on King's high with the end of a private neighborhood gated private neighborhood. Everything inside the gates, Private property. No. The streets, the sidewalks of street lights, everything owned by the members, all right. All of a sudden king's highway. Six lanes wide builds with people as far as you can see. Screaming, shouting, beating on drums, hammering the street with sticks. The police have closed down King's highway to let the mob use it, but then abandoned the street. No police anywhere to be seen. We're looking over the at the gate. When you say, Cal. I hope they don't come in here. Right Then the gate bursts open and the one half opens like a bat wing door. The other half is staked to the ground does not open. They just fold it into the ground started coming in falling over each other, like lemmings getting out. I stood up on the porch and I said the two most racist white supremacist words known the English language. I said private property. Assumes I said private property since they're communists that enslave them, and they started pouring in ever so much more so well. Patty and my daughter went into call 911. I reached in and grabbed Mayor 15 and went back out on the porch. Started saying some really unpleasant things to them, like, Get out private property, and I actually probably swore at him one so so to get the hell out of my neighborhood. You would think they might do that, right? You seem kind of grumpy looking 64 year old man carrying a semiautomatic rifle barefoot rumble, But no. They just kept foreign that screaming Death, Fred status, Gonna rape your wife and burn down your house. You've got a business. Your business is gone. We're gonna kill you. That's where I'm gonna take my bath as from gonna go to bed. That's where I'm gonna have my breakfast after we kill you and take over the house. And the best part was a couple of these peaceful protesters were standing right in front of me on the porch, and one of the guys had had Emma pockets of his body Army. He pulled out too loaded magazines. Point of the matter is like a see. They're loaded with shells quick some together and says you're next. I share in extremes weren't light colored body armor were in the side Are he turns around so I can see on the back. It says Human Shield, And then he comes, He turns around back towards us and starts inching closer and closer that post If you've seen that one still from that day where I'm leaning over and talking to Patty and I've got the air on my hand, but I'm saying to her is if that guy comes any closer, I'm gonna have to kill him. On because very threatening and arm it was quite Patty says to me, you're not killing anybody today, the voice of reason. Where we held them off, and they crowd eventually dissipated. That 32 2nd clip that plays endlessly on the news was the last 32 seconds of about 15 18. None of that. That was the easier with two times. That's what made the news..

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Recorded. Everybody welcome this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show honored to have with us today, a brave man and a courageous man running for the Senate in Missouri. Mark McCloskey Mark Welcome to the Charlie Kirk Show. Travel me on. So market? I don't know if you ever plan to get into politics. I don't know if you ever plan to run for office. But something happened to you and your wife last summer. I have a lot of questions about this, and it was probably the number one news story in the country for probably a week and a half. Where an angry BLM incorporated mob stormed you, your house at least your yard. They tore down the gates. And then you came out with your firearm, never discharge the firearm and then faced criminal charges. Because of that, I know that saga is still unfolding. Walk us through what happened that day from your perspective. Okay. It takes a little background, too, because particularly since yesterday was the anniversary of George Boring stuff in ST Louis on the evening and morning of June, the 1st and 2nd last year. The folks should have the high ground. The moral superiority over us decided the best way to show their love and compassion was to burn down downtown ST Louis. And they set fire to lots of buildings that had millions of dollars worth of damage. They shot four police officers and kill retired police captain David Dorn, who about a half a mile from where I'm sitting right here, his secondary employment and the most impressive thing toe Patty, my wife and I would We were watching from a live helicopter feed while the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis to box From police headquarters. From the first time I rock comes through and breaks out the window. Looters come included Empty. Pro fire in the building becomes fully and go to the plane. 10 2030 40 minutes We watch this. How many Please showed up zero. How many fireman showed up zero. We looked at each other and said, You know, when the fit hits the Shan, you're out there in your wild lonesome, all right, And then, in the ensuing Nearly among more and more businesses in our neighborhood got boarded up little pharmacy around the street for me, I went over there and the role of steel doors have been torn off. The windows are all boarded up. That's why I asked. You know what happened, he said with your arms. Well, I said, Did you come down to see what's going on? I don't want to get killed. Make a long story Short dad's room there for six hours. Stealing everything Agree stolen, breaking everything. It could be broken and the cops showed up 10 hours after you are unwell. So once again, so for alliances is your only resort at that time. So now it's announced June 28. It's a Sunday afternoon. Our daughter who's 31 was coming in from Chicago to have dinner with us. We're setting up on the porch. I put a a Pork loin on barbecue and my daughter shows up all of the sudden we start here and noise coming down King's Highway. Now we know that there was going to be a new event that day because The city of sailors where there's no police enforcement where the police have been told to stand down, and there's no prosecution. You get to advertise your eyes. And so this organization called Expect those ST Louis put out a fire. Then they're gonna have a riot. When and where. So we put fire extinguishers weapons around the house. And then the this mob comes down King's Highway. We're right on King's high with the end of a private neighborhood gated private neighborhood. Everything inside the gates, Private property. No, the streets, the sidewalks of streetlights, everything owned by the members, all right. All the sudden King's Highway six lanes wide builds with people as far as you can see. Screaming, shouting, beating on drums, hammering the street with sticks. The police have closed down King's highway to let the mob use it, but then abandoned the street. No police anywhere to be seen. We're looking over the at the gate. When we say God, I hope they don't come in here. Right Then the gate bursts open and the one half opens like a bat wing door. The other half is staked to the ground does not open. They just folded into the ground started coming in falling over each other, like lemmings getting in. I stood up on the porch and I said the two most racist white supremacist words known the English language. I said private property. Assumes I said private property since they're communists that enslave them, and they started pouring in ever so much more self. Well, Patty and my daughter went into call 911. I reached in there, Grab Mayor 15 and went back out on the porch. Started saying some really unpleasant things to them, like, get out private property, and I actually probably swore at him once I said, Get the hell out of my neighborhood. You would think they might do that, right? You know, seeing kind of grumpy looking 64 year old man carrying a semiautomatic rifle barefoot rumble, But no. They just kept foreign that screaming death, friend status, Gonna rape your wife and burn down your house. You've got a business. Your business is gone. We're gonna kill you. That's where I'm gonna take my bath. As for I'm gonna go to bed. That's where I'm gonna have my breakfast after we kill you and take over the house. And the best part was accompanied These peaceful protesters were standing right in front of me on the porch, and one of the guys had had Emma pockets of his body Army. He pulled out too loaded magazines, pointed the man. He's like a sea. They're loaded with shells. Click some together and says You're next. I share next rooms weren't light colored body armor were in the side arm. He turns around so I can see on the back. It says Human shield..

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gallagher doesn't see science come into play A Oh, she's going around bragging that she's gonna keep wearing a mask. She's just not ready yet. So it was really never about the science. The CDC is the science, the CDC says. If you're fully vaccinated, you don't need to wear match. Let's be clear here for the left. It's never been And it's not about the science to Mike Gallagher Show weekday mornings at six right before Dennis Prager at nine on 8 60 am Thea Answer. The following episode of the Charlie Kirk Show has been pre recorded. Everybody welcome this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show honored to have with us today, a brave man and a courageous man running for the Senate in Missouri. Mark McCloskey Mark Welcome to the Charlie Kirk Show. Travel me on. So, Mark, I don't know if you ever plan to get it into politics. I don't know if you ever plan to run for office. But something happened to you and your wife last summer. I have a lot of questions about this, and it was probably the number one news story in the country for probably a week and a half. Where an angry BLM incorporated mob stormed you, your house at least your yard. They tore down the gates. And then you came out with your firearm, never discharge the firearm and then faced criminal charges. Because of that, I know that saga is still unfolding. Walk us through what happened that day from your perspective. Okay. It takes a little background, too, because particularly since yesterday was the anniversary of George boring stuff in the ST Louis on the evening and morning of June, the 1st and 2nd last year. The folks who have the high ground the moral superiority over us decided the best way to show their love and compassion was to burn down downtown ST Louis. And they set fire to lots of buildings that had millions of dollars worth of damage. They shot four police officers and kill retired police captain David Dorn, who had a half a mile from where I'm sitting right here, his secondary employment and the most impressive thing that Patty, my wife, I would We were watching from a live helicopter feet while the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis to box From the police headquarters. From the first time I rock comes through a great shot the window looters come included Empty. Pro fire in the building becomes fully and go through the plane. 10 2030 40 minutes We watch this. How many Please showed up zero how many firemen showed up zero. We looked at each other and said, You know, when the fit hits the sham, you're out there in your wild ones, All right, And then, in the ensuing Nearly among more and more businesses in our neighborhood got boarded up little pharmacy around the street for me, I went over there and the role of steel doors have been torn off. The windows are all boarded up. So I asked, You know what happened is heavily armed. Well, I said, did you come down to see what's going on? I don't want to get killed. Make a long story short dad's run every six hours. Stealing everything agree stolen great, however, that it could be broken and the cops showed up 10 hours after your mouth So once again, so for alliances is your only resort that time. So now it's announced June 28. It's a Sunday afternoon. Our daughter who's 31 was coming in from Chicago to have dinner with us. We're setting up on the porch. I put a a Pork loin on barbecue and my daughter shows up all of the sudden we start here and noise coming down King's Highway. Now we know that there was going to be a new event that day because In the city of ST Louis, where there's no police enforcement where the police have been told to stand down, and there's no prosecution. You get the advertise your rice. And so this organization called Expect those ST Louis put out a fire. Then we're gonna have a riot. When and where. So we put fire extinguishers, weapons around the house, and then the mob comes down King's Highway. We're right on King's Highway, the end of a private neighborhood gated private neighborhood, everything inside the gates, Private property. No, the streets, the sidewalks of streetlights, everything owned by the members, all right. All the sudden King's highway. Six lanes wide builds with people are you can see. Screaming, shouting, beating on drums, hammering the street with sticks. The police have closed down King's highway to let the mop use it but then abandoned the street. No police anywhere to be seen. We're looking over the at the gate. When we say God, I hope they don't come in here. Right Then the gate bursts open and the one half opens like a bat wing door. The other half to staked to the ground does not open. They just fold it into the ground started coming in falling over each other, like lemmings getting in. I stood up on the porch and I said the two most racist white supremacist words known the English language. I said private property. Assumes I said private property since they're communists that enslave them, and they started pouring in ever so much more self. Well, Patty and my daughter went into call 911. I reached in and grabbed Mayor 15 and went back out on the porch. Started saying some really unpleasant things do that, like, get out private property, and I actually probably swore at him once I said, Get the hell out of my neighborhood. You would think they might do that, right? You know, seeing kind of grumpy looking 64 year old man carrying a semiautomatic rifle barefoot rumble, But no. They just kept foreign screaming Death, friend status, Gonna rape your wife and burn down your house. You've got a business. Your business is gone. We're gonna kill you. That's where I'm gonna take my bath. That's where I'm gonna go to bed. The best part was a couple of these peaceful protesters were standing right in front of me on the porch, and one of the guys had had Emma pockets of his body Army. He pulled out too. Loaded magazines pointed the man, please, so I can see they're loaded with shells. Click some together and says you're next. I share in extremes weren't light colored body armor were in the side Are he turns around so I can see on the back. It says Human shield, and then he comes, He turns around back towards us and starts into the closer and closer and closer. If you've seen that one still from that day where I'm leaning over talking to Patty and I've got the air on my hand, but I'm saying to her is if that guy comes any closer, I'm gonna have to kill him. On because you're very threatening and arm it was quite Patty says to me you're not killing anybody today, the voice of reason, but we held them off, and the crowd eventually dissipated that 32 2nd clip that plays endlessly on the news. Was the last 32 seconds of another 15 80. None of that. That was the easier with two times. That's what made the news. Then we got a tip that they're coming back that Friday, July the third And they're coming back specifically to kill us and burn down the house. We've got that from a black client of ours. Who is in the organization and brainwashed by lady that we represented for years. Nice young lady. We knew her family role. Well, winter graduation when her husband's true we're caught like family with him. But she called up. They will tell us that what we did was inexcusable or we're gonna have to die for it. They came back that Friday Now with Price, Man hour now, FBI as well is up to 1000 people with the intent that challenge and burn us out on Do we have a hard time getting security? But earlier in the week, making a short story out of this long grace is about 40 minutes, But I got the call from the White House, saying the president supported us and if there's ever anything that he could do to help, let us know Well, when that, right When that Thursday evening happened. We still were facing death and could not hire any private security. I called that guy back myself A pretty good start. Good time now, right? And so he gave me Mark Meadows cell phone number and I call it Mark Meadows and Call him a longer worried for the story. I just told you And when that already happened, A miracle happened there. The Ryan was supposed to start in about 6 30 Years. Seven. We started getting Navy seal showing up 11 ex Navy Seal fourth generation cattle farmer from Kansas, who his gear in the back of his pickup truck..

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'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series

The Takeaway

01:19 min | 4 months ago

'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series

"Miniseries adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, The Underground Railroad premieres on Amazon Prime Both the book and the Serie Center around Cora and enslaved woman who escapes from a plantation in Georgia and travels through a literal underground train system in search of freedom. And while the series does depict the traumatic reality of slavery, early reviews have lauded it for not sensationalizing the violence shown on screen as well as for emphasizing the humanity of the enslaved characters. Much of the project success can be credited to Barry Jenkins Theosophy are winning filmmaker behind Moonlight and If Beale Street could talk here he is on the take away back in 2018 talking about his plans for the underground railroad. Most clearly I can say about it is, you know the hero's journey, and I remember as a kid, you know, hearing about the underground railroad for the first time and really literally imagining to two trains. Running underground. And so I think that reading Coulson's book kind of reactivated the childhood kind of off, you know, around just like the power the ingenuity, you know of black folks to create this path to freedom, and I thought the best way to tell that was to go on the four hero's journey. So I was really happy to partner with Amazon and find a place where we could tell the story on the course of 89 10 hours.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening

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COVID-19 Spreading 'Like Wildfire' in Michigan

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:13 min | 5 months ago

COVID-19 Spreading 'Like Wildfire' in Michigan

"Spreading like wildfire. It's breaking their hearts were exhausted. Emotionally hospital admissions jumping nearly 30% in the upper Midwest. In just the past week, the CDC ranking Michigan the number one hot spot in the country and hospitals feeling the strain some patients facing 8 to 10 hour wait times those hospitalized, shifting away from now vaccinated older Americans to those unvaccinated younger adults. Now we're seeing that kind of 40 to 59 age group is the largest group that's getting infected. Certainly certainly seeing some Children. They're getting l. But it's really that young adult population that's driving a lot of the cases. So for us this surge is bigger than it was a year ago, doctors say, driving the surge, a mix of reduced restrictions, pandemic fatigue and the UK variant, which now accounts for 70% of the new cases in Michigan. The federal government now sending Michigan more personnel to administer vaccines. The governor Gretchen Whitmer, doubling down that our state needs more shots when there is a surge. We think that it's important that we we go toe we rush in to meet where that need is across the country. The supply of Johnson and Johnson

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Standoff at Luxury Resort in Hawaii Ends When Suspect Found Dead

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Standoff at Luxury Resort in Hawaii Ends When Suspect Found Dead

"Out of Honolulu, Hawaii following a roughly 10 hour standoff at a hotel overnight, police surrounded the Kahala resort and hotel after reports of shots fired an armed man barricaded in of room. Guests and staff were asked shelter and place. Police believe the suspect fired around five shots from 1/4 floor room. And after around 10 hours, Honolulu Police Department SWAT team entered the room. They found the suspect dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound. Maggie Marcel e, who was staying in the hotel with her husband says she left to run an errand and then her husband called her. Let her know what was going on around E guess. Six o'clock. I called him and said, I'm on my way back. Go ahead and order dinner in five minutes after that, he called me and said, Do not come anywhere near the hotel. There's an active shooter. We're on lockdown. The suspect has not been identified. No one. Besides, the gunman was hurt.

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Coronavirus relief bill could pass Senate by this weekend

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus relief bill could pass Senate by this weekend

"A vote a Rama on multiple amendments, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. It's going to take a lot of votes. We're going to power through and finish this bill, however long it takes starting on Thursday, Senate clerk spent more than 10 hours reading aloud the full 628 page bill after a request from Republican Senator Ron Johnson and what many have called a delay tactic. Republicans are expected to offer many amendments during this vote a Rama, which may go into the weekend. Katherine Folders, ABC News and in Maine today, some big news when it comes to covert

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Senate moving forward with COVID-19 relief bill after marathon reading delayed measure

John Williams

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Senate moving forward with COVID-19 relief bill after marathon reading delayed measure

"Toward a voting marathon on the Democrats Covert 19 relief bill that is expected to end with the approval of the measure. Moments after the Senate took up the legislation. Yesterday, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson forced the chambers clerks to read aloud the entire 628 page measure. It took 10 hours and 44 minutes and ended shortly after 2 A.m. Today. The Senate plans to begin voting around the middle of today on a mountain of amendments. The deaths of

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Ron Johnson Makes Senate Read 600-Page COVID Relief Bill Aloud

Brian Lehrer

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Ron Johnson Makes Senate Read 600-Page COVID Relief Bill Aloud

"Got to this morning's official debate on the coronavirus relief bill in the Senate Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, decided to make a show of his opposition to the bill by having the Senate clerks read out loud the entire 628 page thing. New York Times notes as a point of reference that the sixth Harry Potter book clocked in at 652 pages, and many of you know how thick that was, By the way, that was Harry Potter and the half Blood Prince. In case you were wondering Imagine reading the whole half blood Prince allowed without a break. The relief bill took 10 hours and 44 minutes at about the same length. Here's 44 seconds of what that was like. Section 27 oh five funding for grants for healthcare providers to promote mental health among their health Professional workforce section 27 06 funding for community based funding for local substance use. Disorder Services section 27 oh seven funding for community based funding for local behavior. Health needs section 27 away funding for the National child Traumatic Stress Network. Section 27 09 funding for Project Aware section 27 10 funding for you Suicide prevention section 27 11 funding for behavioral health, workforce, education and training. Section 27 12 funding for pediatric mental health care access section 27 13 funding for expansion grants for certified community behavioral health. on it went. The reading ended at just after two in the morning. Washington Time

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Chicago Woman Trapped For 10 Hours After Awning Collapse In Schiller Park

John Williams

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Chicago Woman Trapped For 10 Hours After Awning Collapse In Schiller Park

"We're learning more about the rescue of a woman who was trapped under a collapsed awning in the suburbs. They waited. The snow caused the overhang to fall on top of the woman. She was stuck there for 10 hours before she was rescued by paramedics and Schiller Park. There's the Schiller Park Fire Chief, Mike says ready where the collapse came down. It pinned her legs, keeping her body towards her back door, which created that space for our paramedics to get in there and start treatment right away, And at that time our rescue crews crews use heavy. I'll lift equipment airbags and struts to stabilize. That awning lifted up while they're able to pull her back into the woman in her fifties, had gone out to shovel the snow Monday morning when the awning suddenly collapsed. She tried calling for help, but no one was around to hear. It wasn't until a family member arrived home Monday night that she was found

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How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in 6 Months

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:47 min | 7 months ago

How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in 6 Months

"Christine. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with fire nation. I am so excited to be back with j. l. d. and each one of you and i believe that the hardest part of growing sicker business. You love is allowing it to be easy. Doesn't have to be hard but we were taught that it does right. We're taught to be really good employees and so what our brains to try to keep us safe when we start dreaming about getting not first traction in our businesses. That's what makes it hard not the fact that you're not capable. I mean. sometimes. I ask myself like what is the path of least resistance here. Why am i making this difficult for myself. Like what feels light. Not heavy. And i'll tell you fire nation. I am keeping all the things they feel light and feel easier in my world right now and i'm releasing the things that feel heavy feel hard because it doesn't have be difficult and we're talking about a pretty cool topic how to grow a six figure business six months working ten hours a week and i just want to talk about the realistic -ness of making six figures working ten hours a week. Break that down for us christine. Yes this is all about simplifying like you said what feels light right. You only need two things in order to have the foundation of a six figure business like you need a clear niche and you need an aligned. High ticket offer providing some kind of service whether as a coach as a consultant as a service provider freelancer marketer. Virtual assistant opium social media manager. One of those things. That's all that you need in order to be able to start going out and offering it you need to things. Fire nation a clear niche and that clear niche aligned with a high ticket offer of some former service. That christine was talking about right there. And what's really powerful that for me. Is i see a lot of people today. Saying john like man. I want to launch podcasts. Like interview entrepreneurs of that and listen entrepreneurs on fire fails if i launch it in twenty twenty with my same skills that i had in two thousand twelve i. I won in two thousand twelve because it was a niche. It was void. I fill ditz. And that's why that one got traction. So what is a specific niche. The can be clear and defined for you. Fire nation that. How can you weave in an aligned like that word aligned. High ticket offer of a service that makes sense because right now man. I'm c. n. Christina kinda wants you to chime in on this because i'm seeing a lot of people doing things the wrong way which is like they're working so hard for these like really low ticket offers and just you know having to get like a hundred thousand sometimes even more than that of the sales of these low ticket offers for it even to add up to any kind of meaningful money and like every sale is tough like it a lot times. I found that a low ticket sale because sometimes even be harder than hydrogen sale. And we gotta get into that kind of specifics too. But what do you think about this. I completely agree. I have like a what not to do right. And it is literally what you just said. Don't write a book or start a podcast. I don't download every freebie and try to piece together. A business plan from them. Don't create a bunch of low priced products and start offering them all and also like. Don't tell yourself you don't have enough time because it's almost never time problem. It's a clarity problem. Like if you knew what to do you would just go do it already. Which is why if you know what to do. You can do it in ten hours a

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"For music, radio and podcasts, all in one Here's this week's I. Heart radio countdown of the top TV streams. Here's what you've been watching on TV this week, kicking things off at number five first responders, juggles saving lives and solving their own problems on Fox is procedural drama 911. Captain Lee in the crew navigate their own troubled waters on Bravo's below deck, taking fourth place this week. Coming in at number three over on the CW. Spencer and Billy look to bring home a football championship in season three of all American The sophisticated Southern socialites climb to second place this week. It's Bravo's The Real Housewives of Dallas. And finally, 28 year old Matt Jones is on a journey to find love as a bee sees the bachelor is once again you're number one TV streams and those of your top TV streams of the week on IR radio. I heard radio goes one on one with George Strait to ask how he would like to be remembered. You know, I just want to be remembered as a guy who tried to cut the best music that he could, and it just so happens in my preferences. Traditional country music can I don't feel like that. That comes across all the time. Because something you know my taste. Seems you kind of fluctuates it at times, and I don't feel like all my music is really that traditional, but that's my preference. And so if I could just remember him as a Is a good country music singer. Then I'll be happy. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. Hard radio goes one on one with the goo goo dolls on their longevity and the future. I never thought we would put up 10 hours. Rex kind of keep him one of the time and just sort of stay there because I have a tendency to just sort of worry and panic about things. I get too far ahead of myself. I could get down to the negative aspect of any situation. I might walk out in the street and get hit by a bus. You know, And I just want to try to make it a little more fun and a little more like because Yeah. You don't know what's coming around the corner tomorrow. Keep listening to I heart radio for more.

Nets Don’t Miss Rested Durant In Win Over Thunder, New York

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Nets Don’t Miss Rested Durant In Win Over Thunder, New York

"1 25 rather, the thunder James Harden and Kyrie Irving each deliver 25 points for the Nets, who shot 57% and reached the season high for points. Harden in Irving carried the offensive load Wild Durant was given the night office coach Steve Nash tries to rest the league's number two scorer. Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a 10 hour run that made it 46 27 teenage rookie Theo Mallet on dropped in 24 points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder. I'm Dave Ferrie I owed assume was scored 25 points and

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:59 min | 8 months ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A file that you hit the button is Dave Drucker. Dave. Good to hear your voice Welcome back to the show. Thank you, John. And thank you for your kind comments this morning. I was a pleasure to talk to you and your listeners. Happy New Year it. Everybody likewise, search. So, speaking of the new year are the secretary of State's office is now open where they previously were not what's changed in the last week. We opened on the Fourth of January, Um for full service allow about customers stated the one away on we would strongly encourage people to hold off because the driver's licenses they're good now until June 1st. So there's really no reason anyone needs toe wait outside in the cold weather unless they have an extenuating circumstance with license or you're willing to wait drivers, for example, with the somebody needs to redo their license. Um, but that has some issues, tickets or something like that. That would have to do testing. So if my license expires between now and you said June 1st and say I get pulled over, I need to demonstrate that I'm 21. They say Hey, your license is expired. I get to say no, no, no, no. Because of covert 19. These expired licenses air Good. Until then, we wait reached out to law enforcement throughout the country. To explain that we discussed this with T Essa so people won't have problems getting on airplanes either to extend to people traveling now s. Oh, yeah, those air legitimate. That's what did not take June 1st for first driver's licenses. And this was something Secretary White implemented, John because the or in January, and I wonder why, and we have cold weather this time of year. We don't want people waiting outside that they do. So I've seen the videos and heard from friends who We're a little ticked that they were waiting outside in line for sometimes over an hour for whatever their extenuating circumstances, Or maybe they didn't realize they couldn't go inside. Why are you the thought we made a pretty aggressive effort to let people know that this isn't such a good for for some time, and most people can renew the sticker the registration sticker on the back. License plate I most people can do that online, although if people do have to do an EPA tests, they they have to do that before they can get it. But what we're trying to make this as convenient as possible, and obviously the weather can be pretty nasty here. But again if you have a situation where you just have a driver's license, and there's no issues involved, it is good until June 1st. There's no reason Wait. I'll try to know if you like this, but I went downtown and if the secretary of state's office in the state building It was in and out. There was not a line there. There were not a lot of people if and I know that's not convenient for a lot of people. But if you want to go to the one in the most healthy at the Thompson building, but the state of Illinois County building. I don't know the one downtown There was not aligned for that I was in and out in a matter of me, unfortunately, are two facilities in the loop right now are closed the towns and center facility on the lower level there of the James R. Thompson Center. Eyes closed because the building is closed, so we're not able to bring people in and then the express facility that's in the pedway. It's 69, West Washington. The county controls that building and they're closed, so we're not able to open it when you can have is the city of Chicago for your vehicle stickers. And if you have the right City Hall, it's It's expedited because folks just aren't there. I'm sorry, but why? So it would seem to me day this would be my advice. Thanks for asking Saturday and Sunday, you guys ought to open up 10 hours a day, Saturdays and Sundays. Especially if you're not going to see people inside. I don't know. I just e guess I would have had this comment even before the pandemic, But wouldn't it make sense for you guys to have extended hours on weekends? Well, if you, uh, if your listeners go to the website cyber Drive the one i dot com, I think they'll see that many of the facilities are open on Saturdays..

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Chicago Weather: Light Rain Or Snow Coming Late Sunday

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Weather: Light Rain Or Snow Coming Late Sunday

"The cold will begin to ease as we head through the weekend. But for the overnight partly cloudy Heller chilly one with 17. The low West wins a 10 to 20 keeping wind shells in the single digits to around zero. Tomorrow. Partly cloudy The cold eases somewhat high 33 Sunday Klaus Lower and thinking after some morning sun chance for a late day rain or snow shower high. 39 Monday partly cloudy 30 Tuesday increasing clouds chance for rain or snow. Late high 34 10 hour Wednesday chance of rain or snow and a high of 42.

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New York man trapped in car for 10 hours under 4 feet of snow

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

New York man trapped in car for 10 hours under 4 feet of snow

"10 hours in his snow covered car might not have survived much longer. He had driven off the road and was buried by snow plows after this week's storm. He was able to make several 911 calls early yesterday. But dispatchers could only get a rough location and a state trooper had to dig through miles of snow before finally finding the vehicle. The driver needed hospital treatment for hypothermia. And frostbite. Coca Cola is

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Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 10 months ago

Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

"The pandemic worsens, travel is declining again, which is obviously concerning for companies like uber and lift. They have seen their ride, hailing revenues plummet even as interest in on demand deliveries has climbed. At the same time, those gig companies have been waging a labor battle to keep their drivers from being classified as employees. Anthony Foxx is the chief policy officer for lift. He also served as Secretary of transportation during the Obama administration, and he's a former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's good to be with you. So let's start with what just happened in California. Last month, voters passed ballot measure that exempts gig companies like lift from basically classifying their drivers as employees, which essentially means Your drivers could be treated as independent contractors. So they won't be eligible for things like minimum wage protections or the right to unionize. You just tell me why is this a good thing? Well, the reality is first and foremost that the nature of work Is changing all across the country. And what what we've done through prop 22. I would I would maybe take issue with a couple of the the waste of the question was raised in the sense that we're actually establishing a minimum. Floor for drivers to earn. So Where's before prop 22. There was no floor below which driver earnings could go prop 22 establishes a minimum standard that is actually 20% over. The current prevailing minimum wage anywhere in California. So that's just one of the things that prop 22 dozen. But if the drivers don't have the right to unionize, how do they bargain for to raise that that floor? Well, I think part of the challenge there is that you have these workers who are working between platforms, you know, in the modern era of bargaining. Most of the relationships exists between individual unions and individual companies. But this workforce is a work force that's working between many of these platforms. So you may have the same driver who's working for Lift part of the time working for Postmates part of the time working for Lord as part of the time on DSA, So unless there is a way of creating sort of a sectoral approach to it, which is used in Europe, it's been really hard for the labor movement to figure out how to how to solve that problem. Well, apart from the issue of whether drivers are in a better or worse situation with prop 22 Prop 22 was the most expensive initiative in California's history. Good company spent what 10 times what labor advocates spent. Is there an argument to be made that lift and other gig companies? Essentially bought their way out of an employment law. They simply didn't like. No, I think I think that what, what You see time and time again in Paul's not just pulls that the companies have run is that drivers in to the tune of 4 to 1 don't wanna be employees. They want to be independent, and that a lot of reasons for that many drivers work fewer than 20 hours a week on the platform and 70 some percent work. Less than 10 hours a week on the platform, these air feed people who were in some cases need flexibility that they would not have in a more traditional employment format. So, um, what does remain to be said that there were many, many drivers who were staunchly against prop 22. Well, there are many people against anything but the vast majority of the drivers again. 70 to 80% of them, do not want to be employees, and I think it's incumbent upon Not only us his industry, but all of the stakeholders to try to figure out how do we create a system that provides safety net around these workers while at the same time preserving the flexibility, which is what 22 really was was designed to do, But it's also something that I think we need to have continued conversations with labor officials and others and government to try toe. Continue sorting this out. Former transportation secretary and chief policy officer for Lift Anthony Foxx.

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How Is Social Media Confronting Election Misinformation

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

03:52 min | 11 months ago

How Is Social Media Confronting Election Misinformation

"Well, we had so much speculation about social media. You know there there's gonna be a lot of misinformation Election night and all week was there. And how did this all work out? Yes, all the major platforms did have plans as we talked about last week to try to prevent misinformation from surging on social media. In retrospect, it appears that Facebook and Twitter have managed pretty well. But YouTube is still being criticized for how they handled things. Twitter regularly flag the president's account for Miss Linney tweets. And permanently suspended in account belonging to former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon proposing a video on the network inciting violence against Dr Fauci and the FBI director. The video was live on Bannon Facebook Page, though for about 10 hours before it was removed, and YouTube also eventually removed the video for violating its policy against inciting violence. YouTube was criticized for being too slow to take action on this and other videos. Facebook also removed a fast growing group called Stop the Steel, in part because it also called for violence from some members of the group. Twitter and Facebook, both suspended or tag left and right leaning news accounts posting information about voting, including at least three fake Associated Press accounts. That Twitter hastily removed Wednesday after they declared bite in the winter, winter and Michigan before it was actually announced. So lots of information I did see even in my own social media that I wasn't getting notifications from some more kind of politically leaning groups and you know that they definitely were slowing down the spread of information for sure on Facebook. Right. I saw 11 restaurant here Is Florida posted something. That was very far left. And and boy. Oh, boy, did they pay for it? I mean people for out with vengeance after them and Is just not a smart marketing move. If you're you gotta remember over 70 million people voted for Donald Trump. And if you are, I have a business that requires you to draw customers to it. Maybe it's not such a good idea to do that, but I could be Ah Pinterest licked in other social media sites of Ah, forced into the war against massive information this cycle. How does pin it up interest to do that? I mean, I thought this was something you look for. Don't know. Pictures and stuff, right? Yes. Well, you know with with these other network, you know being you know, focused on taking down misinformation. People are turning to these other groups up interest, which is normally a place to share recipes or crafting ideas. Researchers found that the phrase stolen ballots Um, promoting false claims about vote county of process. So the company they're also removed post had violated its policies even linked in which, as we know, it's mostly about, you know, sharing business information. Where people were sharing videos and articles that push false claims about the election. The company also moderated post that it considered to be incorrect, so people who were having their post taken down on Facebook or Twitter were turning to other Other networks, some even the social media site next door neighbor. I don't know if you tell you that too much most commonly place to complain about speeding neighbors with used to Paul Post claims about the election, and but that apparently is pretty much self moderated. So the people who are in the neighborhood were taking down those so You know, Certainly, people will definitely find lots of places to post information and, you know, it's really up to all of us to make a decision about what we want to believe in. You know where we find credible info. Yeah. And look, look some other places too. Just don't take one and say, Oh, look at that. A lot of sources these days.

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"up 10 hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So we shall see. There's a lot of irrationality going on from parents who think that their kids are going to go to school and get Corona virus and I, honestly I'm not exaggerating when I say that. And it's gotta stop. We have to start looking at what's already happened in other places and figure out what's best for our kids based on good science, not fear. Today. I have something on the block that I absolutely love and I have to think listener. Lonnie Lonnie is abandoned Orchestra director and I included part of her e mail because it was awesome. David. I know you love modern composers. I know they're your favorite, but this guy Eric Whitaker, he writes for coral, he rewrites choral music. And he was inspired by everything that's happening right now Corona virus and just everything to write a song called Sing Gently. And he asked some friends, Teo help him out with it, and over 17,000 people contributed their voices. Over 129 countries, and he put it together in the most incredible video. The song is three minutes long. The credits take seven minutes. You don't have to sit through the credits of everyone that appears, but it's just a beautiful piece of music. And you have 17,000 voices and it just it made me cry this morning. I'm not gonna lie. It's just the sheer enormity of Of the music was was just incredible. It's absolutely lovely, and I cannot think, Lonnie enough for sharing it and I wanted to share it with you as well. I also have some stuff on the block. A funny video. It's not funny for a little Jo Jo. Jo Jo got his first pay check and he was all excited, and then he opened it up. And he had that same experience that all of us have had were like a God. Who the hell's Bica on Lee? He is just disappointment. It's just and his dad is laughing because he knows his brother's laughing because he knows Gotta pay the taxes. Welcome to U S tax exactly, But it's awesome. And because we have two guests, we're not going to talk about this much today. But nine news meteorologist Marty Connect Leo is out. Did you see this Tweet season out, Dave. No, I got it on the block he sent out last week. It was a bad choice. It was a picture while the tweet says federal police and cities now where have I seen that before, Accompanied by a picture of Hitler and his brownshirts? Oh, no. Yeah. Yeah. Stupid, stupid tweet. I don't understand why he thought that was a good idea. Straight up. I don't I don't understand. Why he thought that was a good idea. I mean, that was a guarantee you're fired. I haven't temporary thoughts all the time that I would never share on the radio's. I'm not stupid. I would never send them out on Twitter because I'm not done. And I don't think Marty's dumb but he probably feels pretty dumb today. Because now he's fired after 30 years at nine news And I just I can't even I What was funny is there were some Friends of mine. Who were the media who were like, Shouldn't people be able to have their own opinion? I'm like, no, No, you don't when you're and if you guys that are actual journalists. Want to know why people think that the media is a hardcore left wing organization. Look no further than Marty. Connect Leo straight tweet. Look no further than some of the tweets Akane clerk sends out Where he sends out So he sent out some acid mine headline. The headline wasn't ass tonight I should take that back. The headliner was about how many deaths there were from Corona virus that mummies and we've until these lives are disposable. Who said that? Who said lives or disposable when it comes to Corona virus. No one And so, you know, Sorry. People in the media are held to a standard in their contracts. And it's a medium oral perils called claws. And most of the time, it's like, If you embarrass us, we will fire you. Isn't that it? Dave long and short of it if you embarrass us. We will fire. You know, people confuse the First Amendment. They said, Well, I have free speech rights, don't I? Why can't I say what I want without fear of being fired because it only protects you against the government, not private industry. Private industry can pretty much fire you for any reason they want to, unless you're gay or black or female or transgender or one of the other protected classes. What for Anything. You say that May Put the company you're working for in danger, having a bad reputation because you're representing the company when you do that, And every time you do something like that, you're going toe. You're history. That doesn't help. That was stupid. It was stupid. So you know, we'll see what happens now Birth it had a back The blue rally What much different than Denver's, and I tweeted out something last week. That said, Hey, protesters that were planning counter protesters. They're planning on showing up birth. It's gun laws are different than Denver's. Just an F Y I Well, the birth and rally look like this huge crowd of people there to support law enforcement. Group of Counter protesters shows up They were, uh, John, back and forth, Apparently. And then there was a line of police horses that just put themselves in between the two groups and then walk to the unpermitted counter protesters away. Imagine that. Allowing an event that was supposed to happen to happen so crazy. So crazy. Zoom is making us all want plastic surgery. Not me. I just have to put off getting my new glasses and I look great. Dave, on the other hand, looks amazing because he's got his new camera. His ring light is green screen. He's like, you know, like from the future, Dave. I'm ready. I mean, I change with the times. You're a hep cat. That's what you are. These knees right over there. Microsoft into study on work from home and everybody's like, Oh, my God, this is awful would have found was that people are working an average of four hours more per week. I got to tell you guys in my mind. It looks like this. How much time did you get back? Not commuting. You know, I'm I'm up 10 hours a week in my own personal time, and what they're looking at is people working outside of the traditional work hours. People are working outside of normal hours, which by the way, has been happening forever. But it's happening. Mohr as people are working from home. But I don't think that it's in the balance. I would rather work from home than go in and work fewer hours at first, but I feel like my quality of work is better. Cause I'm not distracted after doing this. For what? 34 months now. Nine years. Going at it for nine years. Dave It really is in that long. It feels like nine years, but, yeah, I've Ah, At first. It was an adjustment, but I I embrace it now. I think I'm much more productive and efficient. Doing it from work. I don't waste any time talking anybody because you were going to talk to But then in the middle like I will get up. I'll do my show Prapat War of Doom, I blogged and they're like, 10. Like today I went to target We did school supply stuff today, So I did my Safeway one. Yeah. Yeah. You could break up the day like this. Just nice. It's just really, really nice. But the plastic surgery thing is kind of funny because people are seeing themselves in zoo meetings and going look like Oh, you know what I wanted to ask, And I can't. Well, Susan Witkin is not a big makeup person. But I realized something yesterday I've grown used to my face without make up and now I regularly leave my house. And the only thing I have in my face is mascara because I have to tell you need a wand eyelashes and you can't see my eyelashes when when I don't have ask your hunting them. But I'm used to it now. Yeah, it's kind of great. And think all the money you're saving with. Not you buying lipstick and not wearing pants. You know, I've got my clothing budget in half. Just not wearing pants. You know, like when you get older, though, used to have to start penciling in your eyebrows. So I will never be one of those. No. Was she surprised? Or she just knows why you won't be being surprised. But you will be kind of filling it in. Trust me. I never thought that would happen. And I'm like, Oh, yeah, a little a little. Ah magic marker on the trolley eyebrow. Yeah. Okay. You know how there are. These national debt is the National Day of the cupcake. The National Day of the dog in the international. Okay, So today there are three national days. That actually make an entire meal. Really? Yes, I'm goingto you know? Yes, I have really news. But I decided the only Louise. It's so incredulous and what I want. I just want to tease the real fun stuff because, of course we have the yucky stuff Coming your way to know it's all coming your way. We've got hurricanes and pandemics. And right, but the National Day of the meals one o'clock right here, Ko NewsRadio, a 50 a. 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"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Company employees in the publishing industry. What I decided almost 20 years ago now is that I could make more money and have a better life. If I simply became an independent contractor, and offered myself up as a freelance writer and editor to all kinds of different magazines and newspapers and I have never looked back. Like I said, I did a decade as a staffer. I know what that was like. I experienced things that a lot of women experience in the workplace with glass feelings and, you know, you know you're never going to even be considered for the top job. But as an independent contractor, I not only have all the flexibility you described. I work when I want to work, how I want to work for whom I want to work, but I actually make more money. Than I ever made in some of the top job at those publications and Even throughout the pandemic. What we've seen is With our friends and our colleagues who are still staffers. A lot of them got furloughed and laid off when the pandemic hit people like me. Yeah, we took a dip. Some of our clients pulled back on their freelance budget. But I never lost all my income in one shot and I can maneuver and move around and find other work in other places. So for people like me is about way more than 10 hours a week. This is how we pay the bills. I mean, and it's not just me. There was a big report that the IRS put out last year that showed that since the year 2001 in this country The number of women who are also independent contractors. Who are the breadwinners in their family. It's up 90% 90 Wow. Well, this is just about a guy picking up 10 hours of work a week with uber. That is not what this is ultimately about the rotten core. But these bills like the one that California already passed, the one that we so far have stopped in New York and New Jersey, and that we're trying to correct at the federal level, the rotten core in these things. Take our labor laws back to the 19 thirties. When people like us. We're not allowed to exist. It drags us backwards. That is what we are fighting again. And what's interesting is the legislation purportedly the Political cover that Lorena Gonzalez, who was the member of the State Assembly, regretfully from San Diego, has always said her legislation was designed To protect workers from being exploited. The most absurd label one could imagine how could somebody be exploited when a new business model is created and uber? Goes out into the into the world and says, Okay, we have this business model. If you want to participate, sign here, and you could work whatever hours you want. There was no compulsion. There's no company town. Nobody is being compelled. How could that possibly be exploitation when a Knopper to Nitti is created in the gig economy that didn't exist before? And work is a Wow. That works for me. Where do I sign? How could it possibly be exploitation yet? Haven't you found in your campaigning? Kim? Against the bill. That the isn't that a substantial portion of the political cover and isn't it utterly hypocritical? It is definitely what a lot of people supporting the bill have been led to believe they're doing. They have been told that if they enact that they're going to help people who are struggling, and that's a that's a good impulse to want to help people who are struggling, right. And you know, you see someone struggling won't help him, but That there's two things I would say in terms of whether independent contractors they're actually being exploited. One is that In every study we confined and serious studies the US, uh, Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service, ADP research into it and gallop. Neither studies released just up until a couple months ago, Right before Cove it hit 70 to 80% of independent contractors routinely say they want to stay independent contractors. They like their lives the way they are. That does not sound to me like people who are being exploited, not even a little bit. The other thing I would say is, if you're being exploited It means you're being denied something right? You're not. You're not getting your fair. Do all of these studies show that independent contractors make as much if not more money. People in similar rules in traditional workplace is the most recent study that came out that Gallup did said We're actually happier as independent contractors working in just one field. Send someone with a traditional job in just one field. So the notion That we are some that somebody like me. It is in a bad place. I just can't understand that we understand that in certain professions, which tend to be unskilled, low paying things like janitorial house cleaning things like that. Is there an opportunity? To cause harm to low paying under skilled under educated people. Sure, there it should. Government agencies go after corporations that do that and exploit people that way. Of course, they should. But when you write a law the way that these laws are being written, they can't tell the difference between people like that and people like me. So it wipes out everybody the best line. I saw about that within New York times, somebody said, this is like trying to kill a cockroach with a cannon. You're blasting away the middle class. That's what this is. And what's interesting is Let's take uber and lift which were really the targets. The starting point they were like, in the eyes of the Legislature. They were the exploiters, although there as As Kim has said, There are hundreds of occupations that are structured around this model, but focusing on uber and lift if you are, if you wish to spend your day Driving a car, moving other people around and being paid to do it. And if you want full time work and you want security, there are plenty of opportunities, then sign up for a camp company. As an employee, you have that choice. But if you're on the other hand, you find the 40 hour work week and being an employee. And not having the freedom to be unappealing to you. Now you have freedom. As I said in the introduction to this topic, All it does is it gives people an option? How could that possibly be exploitation? You're not whatever is not only Did you see the study? It came out last week. Bob from Cornell University about uber and lift specifically on this. I did not. It was just released on the first week of July. What Cornell University's researchers did was They got hold of all the data from inside, uber and list they went into the app. Look at what the drivers were actually doing and how much money they were making. It was. It was a study of just Seattle, but they was the first time ever that anyone had looked at. They call it micro data this way what they found. What's that? Nine In 10 of the uber drivers in Seattle and lift drivers were making Mohr on an hourly basis than the taxi drivers, 92% of them were earning more than the Seattle minimum wage. The median driver after cost was earning just shy of $50,000 a year, which is way more than taxi drivers. It was. It was just shy of the media for all Seattle occupations. And 96% of the drivers were working less than 40 hours a week. Does any of that sound like exploitation to you? Of course, that and even even more absurd is remember, uber and lift for whatever we even reason have not made a profit yet. Therefore they are not the ones who are profiteering. They cannot be exploiting workers and underpaying them and keeping all the money for themselves because they're not even making a profit yet. So and the the only one to benefit and going to are always supposed to benefit our the consumers. The consumers get toe have flexible services.

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10:26 min | 1 year ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of radio. We are this morning and always the show of ideas never once the showoff attitude. This morning show, I guess is kind of coming attractions. Remember when they were movie theaters and you had coming attractions and you were warned the following The preview is rated PG or raided whatever they rate These coming attractions as well. This is coming attractions as to what's in store for us if the Democrats win. Three branches of government. It is about the government at its most protective the government that we are looking forward to, Indeed that we are experiencing today in certain parts of the country. The government today is protecting all of us. From what we are being protected from our freedom. Because if we dare to exercise freedom, like how we earn a living, we will Waste away our lives waste away our monies and that decision about how we spend our workday is simply too important to be left to us to decide. So government has to protect us from the freedom to decide had earn a living, and this morning show is about Being protected from ourselves being protected from our free choice about who we work for how we work. The hours we work and what we do. And to help us understand this important issue. I am delighted to welcome to the show. Kim Kavin Kim is a is a working journalist Use Air freelance writer. She is significant, too. This morning show She is co founder of the coalition called Fight for Freelancers New Jersey and she's also professionally a member of the American Society of Journalists and authors. She is widely read. She writes about a wide range of topics, including she writes for many yachting magazines, and she wrote a book in 2016 still available called the Dog Merchants. Why is Kim on the show this morning Because Kim is experiencing Government attempting to deny her A livelihood. Yes, denying her a livelihood, protecting her from her own decision about how to earn a living. This story started in its recent history in California. It is spreading like wildfire like wildfire in Blue states. Have a nishio. But maybe more states to follow and breathlessly fought trying to catch up our bills in the United States Congress to accomplish the same denial of freedom to earn a living. We are talking about in the broad sense, the gig economy and all of the legislative and judicial activity. Seeking to deny workers. The freedom to work as independent contract is for the Large number of gig economy part incident you know about uber, you know about lift, you know about Postmates you know about Taskrabbit all of these services that help us as consumers connect up with those people who want to serve us for a price they're happy to receive. So this is So important because it is happening today and already we are promised, if promised is the right word. We are promised that if Biden ascends to the White House, and if the Democrats take control of Congress, what we're talking about this morning will for sure be the law of the land. So, Kim, we're going to discuss this morning. You are being denied the freedom toe. Earn a living Now give us the big picture of what the topic is and then we're going to drill down. Tell us why you as a freelance journalist, happily doing what you love to do and doing it at a price You're willing to accept. How are you being denied the right to earn a living Well, good morning, Bob. Thanks so much for having me on, Aziz said this Really? The issue really came to light in California with 85 a lot of the media has been about what you just said. People like uber drivers and lift drivers and things like that, but what they're finding since that law went into effect in California on January 1st Is that the way it's written doesn't just affect those kinds of people it actually affect people in more than 300 professions that have been identified so far. Everybody from courtroom interpreters and respiratory therapist. Just last week, there was a pharmacist with a PhD who was thrown out of work because of this thing. On DNA killer Just Kim, if I may. Yeah, Go ahead. But let me just interrupt just of the audience understands what it is and what a B five is a phrase which is common to you and I, but may not be so common to people around the country who are listening this morning and I'm just going to give a very, very brief nonlegal summary. Of what this is all about 85 is a bill passed by the California Legislature. It's the law in California, New York and New Jersey and other states are considering similar legislation. So this show is by no means about California. It is about the country and what a B five does. By statute, and it has a judicial history that's not so relevant to this morning show. What, 85 does Basically it says that drivers for uber and lift and as Kim will explain hundreds of other activities. These employees and I'm using the word employees in a very broad sense, these workers better phrase. What they do is they are independent contractors. They if you will get paid by the hour or by the something, Whatever the term is, they are not employees. They are paid a fee. They pay their own social security taxes, and they are not. They do not contribute to unemployment, insurance funds or so security funds. They deal with it as independent contractors and in exchange for being independent contract is they get toe work? The hours they want. They worked for two hours a week or 200 hours a week. Whatever they want, they have the freedom. To work when they wish, which means the activity worked beautifully. If you have a complicated life, you have 10 hours a week. You want to spend making money and no one's going to hire you as an employee for 10 hours a week, So you work in this massive Activity in many hundreds of industries. You work on the hours. You wanna work. You set your own hours and you are told what you will get paid for an hour. If you don't like it, you simply say I'll pass on being an uber driver. I'll do something else. So you are independent contractors emphasize the word independent. And the California legislation says no, No. You may think you're an independent contractor. But when we decide by statute, you're not. Therefore you're an employee. You must work for 40 hours a week. Unemployment sure has been a so security benefits. All these benefits you become a full time employee and the whole flexibility. The whole business model. Fails. Now there are so many industries that rely upon that as to how they function. Kim will explain. That's what the fight is all about. Sorry, Kim. Now please go on with your story about how many different industries are affected. Yeah, that's exactly your homing in on and in my case, So I was a daily newspaper editor and a magazine, a national magazine editor for about a decade, So I know what it is to be a full time. Company employees in the publishing industry. What I decided almost 20 years ago now is that I could make more money and have a better life. If I simply became an independent contractor, and offered myself up as a freelance writer and editor to all kinds of different magazines and newspapers and I have never looked back. Like I said, I did a decade as a staffer. I know what that was like. I experienced things that a lot of women experience in the workplace with glass feelings and, you know, you know you're never going to even be considered for the top job. But as an independent contractor, I not only have all the flexibility you described. I work when I want to work, how I want to work for whom I want to work, but I actually make more money. And I ever made in some of the top job at those publications and Even throughout the pandemic. What we've seen is With our friends and our colleagues who are still staffers. A lot of them got furloughed and laid off when the pandemic hit people like me. Yeah, we could dip. Some of our clients pulled back on their freelance budget, but I never lost all my income in one shot and I can maneuver and move around and find other work in other places. So for people like me, it's about way more than 10 hours a week. This is how we pay the bills. I mean, and it's not just me. There was a big report that the IRS put out last year. That showed that since the year 2001 in this country The number of women who are also independent contractors. Who are the breadwinners in their family. It's up 90% 90 Wow. Well, this is just about a guy picking up 10 hours of work a week with uber. That is not what this is ultimately about the rotten core. But these bills like the one that California already passed, the one that we so far have stopped in New York and New Jersey, and that we're trying to correct at the federal level, the rotten core in these things..

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860AM The Answer

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You may think you're an independent contractor. But when we decide by statute, you're not. Therefore you're an employee. You must work for 40 hours a week. Unemployment sure has been a so security benefits. All these benefits you become a full time employee and the whole flexibility. The whole business model. Fails. Now there are so many industries that rely upon that as to how they function. Kim will explain. That's what the fight is all about. Sorry, Kim. Now please go on with your story about how many different in this freezer affected. Yeah, that's exactly your homing in on and in my case, So I was a daily newspaper editor and a magazine, a national magazine editor for about a decade, So I know what it is to be a full time. Company employees in the publishing industry. What I decided almost 20 years ago now is that I could make more money and have a better life. If I simply became an independent contractor, and offered myself up as a freelance writer and editor to all kinds of different magazines and newspapers and I have never looked back. Like I said, I did a decade as a staffer. I know what that was like. I experienced things that a lot of women experience in the workplace with glass feelings and, you know, you know you're never going to even be considered for the top job. But as an independent contractor, I not only have all the flexibility you described. I work when I want to work, how I want to work for whom I want to work, but I actually make more money. Than I ever made in some of the top job at those publications and Even throughout the pandemic. What we've seen is With our friends and our colleagues who are still staffers. A lot of them got furloughed and laid off when the pandemic hit people like me. Yeah, we took a dip. Some of our clients pulled back on their freelance budget. But I never lost all my income in one shot and I can maneuver and move around and find other work in other places. So for people like me, it's about way more than 10 hours a week. This is how we pay the bills. I mean, and it's not just me. There was a big report that the IRS put out last year. That showed that since the year 2001 in this country The number of women who are also independent contractors. Who are the breadwinners in their family. It's up 90% 90 Wow. Well, this is just about a guy picking up 10 hours of work a week with uber. That is not what this is ultimately about the rotten core. But these bills like the one that California already passed, the one that we so far have stopped in New York and New Jersey, and that we're trying to correct at the federal level. The rotten core it these things. Take our labor laws back to the 19 thirties. When people like us we're not allowed to exist. It drags us backwards. That is what we are fighting again. And what's interesting is the legislation purportedly the Political cover that Lorena Gonzalez, who was the member of the State Assembly, regretfully from San Diego, has always said her legislation was designed to protect workers from being exploited. The most absurd label one could imagine. How could somebody be exploited when a new business model is created? And uber goes out into the into the world and says, Okay, we have this business model. If you want to participate, sign here, and you could work whatever hours you want. There was no compulsion. There's no company town. Nobody is being compelled. How could that possibly be exploitation when a Knopper to Nitti is created in the gig economy that didn't exist before? And work is say, Wow, that works for me. Where do I sign? How could it possibly be exploitation yet? Haven't you found in your campaigning? Kim? Against the bill. That isn't that a substantial portion of the political cover and isn't it utterly hypocritical? It is definitely what a lot of people supporting the bill have been led to believe they're doing. They have been told that if they enact this, they're going to help people who are struggling, and that's a That's a good impulse to want to help people who are struggling, right? And you think you see someone struggling will help him But The two things I would say in terms of whether independent contractors are actually being exploited. One is that In every study we confined and serious studies the U. S. Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service, ADP research into it and Gallop. Neither studies released just up until a couple months ago, right before covert hit. 70 to 80% of independent contractors routinely say they want to stay independent contractors. They like their lives the way they are. That does not sound to me like people who are being exploited, not even a little bit. The other thing I would say is, if you're being exploited It means you're being denied something right? You're not. You're not getting your fair. Do all of these studies show that independent contractors make as much if not more money. People in similar rules in traditional workplace is the most recent study that came out that Gallup did said We're actually happier at the independent contractors working in just one field, then someone with a traditional job in just one field for the notion. That we are some somebody like me is in a bad place. I just can't understand that we understand that in certain professions, which tend to be unskilled, low paying things like janitorial house cleaning things like that. Is there an opportunity? To cause harm to low, Kaing under skilled under educated people. Sure, there it should. Government agencies go after corporations that do that and exploit people that way. Of course they should. But when you write a law the way that these laws are being written They can't tell the difference between people like that and people like me. So it wipes out everybody the best line. I saw about that within New York times, somebody said, this is like trying to kill a cockroach with a cannon. You're blasting away the middle class. That's what this is. And what's interesting is Let's take uber and lift which were really the targets. The starting point they were like, in the eyes of the Legislature. They were the exploiters of although there as As Kim has said, There are hundreds of occupations that are structured around this model, but focusing on uber and lift if you are, if you wish to spend your day Driving a car, moving other people around and being paid to do it. And if you want full time work and you want security, there are plenty of opportunities, then sign up for a cab company. As an employee, you have that choice. But if you're on the other hand, you find the 40 hour work week and being an employee. And not having the freedom to be unappealing to you. Now you have freedom. As I said in the introduction to this topic, All it does is it gives people an option? How could that possibly be exploitation? You're not whatever not only and Did you see it? A study. It came out last week. Bob from Cornell University about uber and lift specifically on this. I did not. It was just released on the first week of July. What Cornell University researchers did was They got hold of all the data from inside, uber and lift They went into the app. To look at what the drivers were actually doing and how much money they were making. It was..

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01:50 min | 4 years ago

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01:50 min | 4 years ago

"up 10 hours" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"I think that are very mature honey ronda yes yeah yeah but what that's next level stuff by curve they knew we were talking about the new does premature could jerry have avoided this fight if he would have gotten out the honey parade i feel like she well there's nobody else there was roaches honored to lob mirror yell out to the street like kemira lycra make phone calls none of it okay so but this big fight is crazy yet a warm montage it's funny they're just trying to set up that like you know he's is there for eleven hours of the don't do like the sitcom me like clockwork rolling in the middle so they just show like scenes from a divorce it's like a woody allen movie so they end up at one point in the middle of the fight they're eating a plate of bean zia took twenty minutes twenty minutes okay all right so they end up ultimately she kicks jerry out about on the street here late it got 10 hour break up 10 hour break up sounds like a nightmare it done rather faced a lot better by now i'll take my chances is true i'll take my chances with the law firm at least that that'll be quick and painless so jerry he's on the street and he ends up seeing the silhouette of what he believes to be the lauper is holding ahead instead now it's slip slip repeat holding the stolen battery this episode is in the top five or ten in terms of tung everything together there are very few loose ends like even the stolen battery comes into play here yeah just cut out everything with kramer also right i do think but sometimes this is more like a twenty minute episode and not by not like a twenty four million episode and i do think sometimes you know you you you could hit a home run rather than let go too long mmhmm that's what our judge said when he was chasing yet.

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