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The Argument All Parents Can Use When Questioned About Vaccinating Their Children
"Again, it's unity project online dot com. If you're a mom, you're a dad, you're a parent and you're concerned and you're like, what can I do about these vaccine mandates? Well, they have resources right here from scientific papers to data analysis to ethical legal and social issues, they have a toolbox, which is really great. I'm just slipping the website right now. And all about supporting science, the conversation, quick links, online petition, to downloadable letter to schools to the parent non consent form to the downloadable flyer. A lot of stuff you guys put a lot of work into this. Congratulations on that. All right. Thank you. So you are the general counsel of this effort. So parents will say, all right, I'm all on board, but then I think I have my mind changed because the argument they always use is, well, you gave your kids the measles mumps rubella vaccine, didn't you? Which is rather an insult to anyone's intelligence. Every vaccine that's currently mandated, for instance, in the state of California. And it's the same kind of throughout the nation. Has had a minimum of a decade of study. Most of them have had at least 15 years before they were mandated. And those vaccines actually eradicated the underlying viruses, like polio, like measles, like mom's rubella, which we can not say about the COVID-19 vaccine, can we? We all know that it will not prevent infection or transmission. To even call it a vaccine by that virtue is nearly a joke. In addition to that, those underlying viruses with the other vaccines had actual significant risks for the entire population, especially the pediatric population, for instance, I think there was a 30% mortality rate with measles. 10% with chickenpox. I can go on. But what's very important is the fact that those other vaccines didn't pose the severe risk that we are finding are not in fact rare. That this particular vaccine is causing in children. We are not seeing the death that we saw. In fact, there's a report from who that shows that all of the vaccines combined throughout history throughout the world. Over the last I think it's from 1968, 53 years have had a million less deaths than just this past year from the COVID-19 vaccine. That should be astounding in a scientific world where if you have 50 deaths from any particular medical treatment, that product is
John Solomon on the American Public's Sentiment Toward COVID Regulations
"Do you have a sense John I know you're not a pollster? And I've got so much more to ask you, but you have a sense of where the public is generally with this one. Fauci says things like masks forever on planes and, you know, maybe you should avoid Christmas and new year's with your family. After two years, I get the sense the public en masse is a little tired of hearing from that guy. You are spot out and it's funny. I'm writing a story for tomorrow at just the news on this very top because my good friend, Scott Rasmussen, the great bolster. Just did a poll on the gap between what President Biden and the Biden administration in Washington and Fauci want and what Americans want. And these are some fascinating numbers going to be on our site tomorrow morning, but we'll give your listeners an early listen. Only 27% of voters believe the worst of the pandemic is behind us. That is a 29 point drop from the spring and remember in between those two points Joe Biden declared victory over the virus only to be proven wrong. Americans are expecting that this is going to linger on and perhaps the worst is still ahead. Despite that, despite that, only 28% of voters want stricter lockdowns, 53% believe it's okay to go mask us now, particularly if you're immunized and 74% say they just want to go back to resuming life as normal will have to learn to live with the virus. A very strong sentiment that we've been locked down for two years. It hasn't really made much of a difference for God's sake just get back to normal. And I think that these polling data is really strong data, very strong pointers. That's fascinating. So people believe the worst is still to come, but they want to get back to living normally. Yeah, it's an amazing thing. And I think the reason is they have come to conclude that these all these solutions that came out of Washington that sound great. We're going to flatten the curve, wear a mask, you'll save your neighbor. Get a vaccine shot then too, then three, maybe four now. They haven't worked. And at some point, they realize, you know what? I'm going to manage my own
"up 53%" Discussed on WTOP
"And get a gift certificate to any silver diner Visit co pair health dot com that COP ARE health dot com co pair health dot com Contact them right now You'll be happy you did Money news 25 and 55 with Jeff playback This is the final full week of trading for 2021 Markets are kicking it off with gains that are 235 points It's a half percent The S&P 500 up 53 the NASDAQ up a 190 Those are better than 1% gains Record job openings across the country and a lot of them are around here D.C. had 41,000 unfilled jobs in October job openings in Maryland jumped by 10,000 to 220,000 There are 308,000 unfilled jobs in Virginia but Virginia is one of only two states with a drop Mean is the other You might not be nuts about all those Internet ads but it is Google's bread and butter and investors know it Google is the best performing tech stock for 2021 up 70% year to date Google's advertising revenue is up 43% to $53 billion last quarter alone Despite rave reviews Steven Spielberg's west side story is a box office bomb In its first three weeks west side story has less than $37 million in ticket sales A third of what it costs to make the movie the new Spider-Man movie on the other hand just became the first pandemic era movie to top a $1 billion at the box office Jeff label WTO news Money news brought to you by Lowe's At low store and safe events start the year fresh with project source clear storage toad.
West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Strongly Supports Sen. Joe Manchin's Stance
"The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce came out in strong support of senator Joe Manchin's declaration He will not support the build back better act They said recent polling reveals a large majority of West Virginia voters oppose certain aspects of the bill And the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has identified the plan as a tax regulate and spend plan And they did a town how they did town hall meetings Tell the town halls with thousands of west virginians who had the opportunity to speak and ask questions and they said not one person who spoke Want to build back better to pass not one West Virginia chamber president Steve Roberts said quote senator Manchin has made the best possible decision for our state and nation The bill specifically hurts our West Virginia energy production and pointedly raises taxes on natural gas which is vital to our well-being And it's an important ingredient in many manufacturing processes The Bill favorite out of state auto and truck manufacturers and hurt our own in state producers It seriously undermined our child care services and specifically negatively targeted the church based providers who gave us 53% of our nation's child care services Now I want you to contrast that with what one of the senators from a state of Pennsylvania did The lesser Casey bob Casey which sleepy Casey did and this guy is always asleep Is he supported this bill even though the very things that hurt West Virginia hurt Pennsylvania too I mean think about it The bill this bill build back better hurts West Virginia's energy production raising taxes on natural gas Does the same thing in Pennsylvania and yet Casey was for it Why Because he's not an advocate for Pennsylvania He's an advocate for the Democrats He's an advocate for liberalism progressivism And what his party wants he's not an advocate for his state If he was he'd be
In Passing 'BBB,' Sen. Jo Manchin Matters mostE
"Monday, so as is usual for us, Jake Sherman of punchbowl news joins us. All things punchbowl news can be found in punchbowl news dot com, Jake, of course, is on Twitter at Jake Sherman. And then this morning's punchbowl news, it's mansion time. I love that. Headline. Jake, do you get credit for that or one of your colleagues get credit for that? Well, I'll take you a little bit behind the scene to you. I wanted to do its manch time. But John bresnahan, my colleagues that we had to say mansion because I guess we're adults, then we can't we can't shortcut somebody's name like that. So anyway, yes. I'll take some, I'll take some credit for it. So it's a joint. Okay, well, it is mansion time. And over your old colleagues at Politico, put out the Remington research group study that shows the build back better act is well known in West Virginia, 63% know a lot 62% know a lot about it. It is strongly opposed by 53% of west virginians. Someone opposed by 6%. It's so unpopular that Joe Manchin take a look at, was this commissioned by Republicans to get Joe Manchin's attention? I haven't seen that, but that doesn't mean anything. I will say, I believe, and so we kind of laid this up this morning, but this is based off of conversations I've had the last 24 hours. There's two competing things, I think. And they're actually in complete conflict with each other. The first is what you just said, which is it seems to me at this point sitting here in December 13th and 7 a.m. that I can't imagine how he votes for this thing. I just can't. He's raised so many oppositions. He has not commented yet on the inflation report, which came out last week, which showed the highest inflation in 40 years. So how the hell could you vote for this? That's number one. The other thing I think is and this is what some people have told me is that he's going to vote for this at some point. He might as well do it now. I don't understand. So I get that. If he's going to vote for this, there's no time better than now. But listen, I completely, I'm completely in the dark here. We're very much looking forward to talk to him today. We will probably talk to him today. And everything it's time for him to figure out whether he could vote for this thing now. And if he can't, humor is going to have to move on, because he's the only thing that
True Cost of 'Build Back Better' Increases Deficit by $3 Trillion Over 10 Years
"Here we have the letter That was sent today To two members of Congress who said to the congressional budget office okay look Let's stop monkeying around here If these programs are not abolished in a year or two and they stay around and you are supposed to look at a ten year budget horizon on these things what's the true cost of this so called build back better act HR 5 three 7 6 And right dear senator and congressman this is from the director of the congressional budget office Philip schwegel This letter responds to your request for a projection of the budgetary effects Including the effects on interest costs of a modified version of HR 53 76 the build back better act You specified modifications that would make various policies permanent rather than temporary Because they know that's what's going to happen They will be permanent And so basically what Graham and Smith are saying the two ranking members of their relative relevant committees They're saying let's actually look at what's going to happen here They congressional budget office and staff for the joint committee on taxation project Looked at a version of the bill modified as you have specified it would increase the deficit ready Not by a quarter or 250 billion By $3 trillion over ten
The Daily Signal Exposes Marc Elias as a Curse to the McAuliffe Campaign
"So I should point that out We'll keep an eye on him a mark Elias I think I've talked about him more than anybody else Let me just point out That this is from the daily signal Laura Mark Elias has in some ways been the Democrats Forrest Gump of election controversy showing up in the most high profile election cases of the past two decades His involvement spans the improbable Senate victory at comedian Al Franken in O 8 to litigation both before and after the 2020 election The law is reputation may have been the reason a spokesperson from Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry mcauliffe suggested the campaign try to kill quote unquote a Fox News story that the campaign paid 53 grand a higher Elias I would suspect the reason they wanted to kill the stories that Mark Elias clients are often candidates that lost elections And all candidate wants to give the impression they're worried about losing said our friend Hans von cops key to the daily
Youngkin Pulls Ahead in Virginia Governor's Race, New Poll Shows
"Virginia shock poll, Glenn youngkin now holds a clear lead over Democrat Terry McCullough in the Virginia gubernatorial race with just a few days to go before election day. The Fox News survey showed young and leading McCullough by 8 percentage points, 53 to 45. That's a dramatic turnaround from just two weeks ago. Maybe Virginia voters are going to get this
Jags end 20-game skid with 53-yard FG to beat Dolphins 23-20
"The Jaguars twenty game losing streak is over following the twenty three twenty win over the dolphins in London Matthew Wright nailed a fifty three yard field goal as time expired giving head coach urban Meyer and first overall pick Trevor Lawrence their first NFL victories right also hit a fifty four yarder to tight with three forty left Lawrence threw for three hundred nineteen yards and a touchdown as Jacksonville hit in Miami its fifth straight loss since a season opening win to a ton of I. lower was sharp in his return from injury completing thirty three of forty seven passes for three hundred twenty nine yards two touchdowns and one interception in the loss on the ferry
America's Trust in Media Continues Downward Trend
"I mentioned a little earlier this Gallup poll They say America's trust in the media to report the news fully accurately and fairly as edged down four percentage points Since last year to 36% Making this year's reading the second lowest in the gallop's trend In all 7% of U.S. adults say they have a great deal in 29% of fair amount of trust and confidence in newspapers 7% a great deal Newspapers television radio news reporting which combined as four points above the 32% record low in 2016 These findings from his September 1 to 17 Paul the latest in Gallup's tracking of the public's confidence in key U.S. institutions Which began in 1972 between 1972 and 76 68% to 72% of Americans expressed trust in the mass media Yet by 1997 when the question was next asked trusts had dropped the 53% Now trust in the media which has averaged 45% since 1997 is not reached that majority level since 2003 After hitting its lowest point in 2016 trust in the media rebounded gaining 13 points in two years Mostly because of a surge among Democrats amid president Donald Trump's presidency Since 2018 however it has fallen to a total of 9 points as trust to slid among all groups Person trust in the media continues to be sharply polarized Currently 68% of Democrats why isn't a 100% of Democrats like the media I mean they are one and the same 11% of Republicans 31% of independents say they trust the media a great deal or a fair amount
No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss
"Number seventeen coastal Carolina scored on eight of nine possessions in a fifty three three thrashing of UMass Grayson McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the Chanticleer start off foreign for the second straight season McCall scored on a three yard run and heave TD passes of twenty five and twenty three yards the Chanticleer scored on all five of their first half possessions for a thirty six nothing lead at the break McCall finished ten of fourteen for one hundred sixty two yards before taking a seat in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie
Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber - burst 02
"Like two. You kind of have the two extreme perspectives. And so for you to be able to come together and be able to say like, okay, so this is what this is what I found through my journey and experience with this object matter. I think that's really really wonderful. Yeah, the interesting thing is, is I could absolutely argue both points. You know, I know the talking points of both sides so well. I was actually I would go speak at the capitol in Sacramento California on behalf of Planned Parenthood and speak to the news outlets and speak to the representatives and stuff there. And then later, I ended up being a kind of social media coordinator for Abby. So I was responding to people on her social media platforms and stuff. And helping her with her outreach, not because I was pro life or not because I was opposed to abortion. But I could very much respond as she would, because I knew exactly what the talking points and the important points were. And. Her stances and her things have very much changed over time. But at the time when I volunteered at Planned Parenthood, I am not gonna lie. I hated the pro life movement. I mean, vehemently hated the pro life movement, partially because Planned Parenthood kind of set that in my mind that these were the bad guys. These were the people trying to take our rights away, and they were trying to ruin my life and all this. So I had this very strong narrative in my mind of what these people were, but also because I had a personal experience. And this is something I haven't talked about publicly, but I had this personal experience where I found myself in an unplanned pregnancy shortly after my mom passed away. And I panicked and I didn't know what to do and I didn't want to have an abortion and I reached out to the pro life movement to the people that had been protesting at my clinic for all this time and saying, we love you and we care about you and will help you no matter what. And I reached out, and I said, look, this is a situation I'm in. And here I am, you know, playing Paradise court putting her tail between her legs, saying I need your help. And it seemed on the surface. It's okay, we're going to take you to the crisis pregnancy centers and we're going to help you, but it was really, we're going to give you diapers and formula and you can figure out the hell out on your own. And that was very disheartening because here I am a person that just lost her mom. I'm on my own. I have no money. I have nothing to speak up. I'm literally scraping by month month and they're going, well, we'll give you some diapers and formula. And I just had the worst taste in my mouth about the entire movement because I thought that that's what they were, you know, or these people that were love you and we're going to take you under our wing. Oh, no, you're too much trouble. You're too needy. You have too many needs. And Abby was the first person that I came across that wasn't like that that she very much when I end up getting pregnant with my son said, what
A highlight from Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber
"We are creating as a society, it's become very much an us versus them mentality. And when you're stuck in that, when you're stuck in these are my beliefs and no one and nothing could ever swing me from those beliefs, you missed a really amazing opportunity to learn and to grow. And for me, learning different things and learning different perspectives helped me step away from the narrative that I was being given by whatever people, you know, by the representatives, like my state representatives or Planned Parenthood themselves or fellow volunteers, I could step away and say, but that's not what I believe that's not what I agree with. Let me formulate my own feelings and opinions instead of just parroting what I'm told. And that nowadays, I think, is more useful than ever and more needed than ever because we're so afraid that if we listen to another person or give even thought to another person's experience or opinion, then we're in some way, betraying our own, and that's just simply not true. Yes, I completely agree. The other thing that I find sometimes hard to do, especially when talking about difficult subjects like this is I will open myself up to because I am pretty adamantly pro choice. As far as like my abortion stance is concerned, I have mixed feelings about Planned Parenthood, just in general. And I think that's probably true for a lot of people, just like the organization itself. As a stand-alone like organization, but I have found myself where I where I'm somebody who I want to understand both sides. I want to understand what are all the points.
Fighting for Food Sovereignty in Kenya and Uganda.
"Thank you susan. Leonida for being on the breaking green ceilings podcast. Today we want to talk about the implications of free trade agreements. On african women specially from food sovereignty perspective. But i will start with our standard introductory question here on the podcast. Which is what role has nature played in your life and i can start with the anita or interest wondering for that first. The iba the videos descends to nature because he document shower penalties or by the social food at of a economic committee's report i'm raised from finding community and finding for so we actually directed me when we're producing Another thing i'd like to talk for example when you're relaxing use nature of that alexa eastern To league or whatever he thought we offer meaningless. Nfl but so you're connecting with a natural acid and of course that aspects appreciation mitch Your ruin susan lesser very interesting question but just to say that we alive because later is alive and if we look after it looks to us just the same and i think in the last two years we have seen exactly what nature can do when they tell you that you need one hundred million to get about for sitting as a boxy jam when mitch as playing to you realize the narrative changes as what we are we are leaving it and it's accommodating us. I don't know if we're being kind too for that's another story but
Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up
Chiefs Roster Tracker: Kansas City Cuts Down to 53-Man Roster
"Kansas city chiefs players on the mike today. Just general manager bread. Vh after he made the fifty three man roster cutdown and the sixteen man practice squad with that many players involved. Vicente lots of go through so let's get to it. Here is the general manager of the city chiefs bread. vh before we started just wanted to to thank Certainly my personnel staff in the coaches for for all their hard work ripley. Starting from the time we got off the bus in tampa to The the free. Nc periods of the draft to the undrafted frenzy period. All through training and through the waiver wire process and Again just can't thank them enough other all their hard work Certainly i think all the players The guys congratulations guys. That made a roster made our practice squad and and say thanks to the players that are moving onto you know other homes or pursuing other interests. it was an outstanding camp wada competition we had some tough decisions to make But as you guys know that while we are excited about our roster we're certainly not perfect and you know we'll spend You know the rest of this weekend and throughout the season just trying to see if we can get our roster as we progress and again looking forward to to the opener and a couple of weekends and should be a fun
Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster
"Get right to it sam. The raiders cut their roster down to fifty three. It's not etched in stone whatsoever. There's going to be a lot of moves. I think made over the next forty eight hours but any surprises regarding what What we saw today. How you doing great work today. Greg today becky over. A number of those moves broke several of those transactions. Great work as always. We appreciate it for me biggest surprise. I don't think there's a ton of surprises. You take a look at the roster in for the most part guys that we expect it to make the team guys that had prominent roles in training camp guys that we expect to have. Prominent role season are on the team The one surprise to me. And i guess it's not too much surprise when you contextualize training camp and how everything went through the preseason Brown three years removed from the one thousand yard season. You figure you know his speed. His veteran presence could play a factor there that receiving core. But it goes to show you that. The raiders have a lot of faith in henry rugs in bryan edwards to take a step forward in hunter renfro to continue to be a productive sought receiver and and felt it was. It was a mutually beneficial. John brown asked for his release. I expected to be a market for him with the raiders. Feel good about where they are at receiver. So that was the biggest surprise for people for the most part this roster looks how i expected it to look at this point of the season. What about you. What did you think. Yeah and As it relates to john brown zeta-jones also continues To to emerge as a guy that the raiders value as a reserve player maybe even as a spot starter. There's a lot of value in zeta-jones that goes obviously the numbers because he really hasn't put the numbers up but there's a chemistry that he has with dr carr. There's also an understanding now going into year. Three in this offense of what the raiders are doing so Not a bad option to have that deep down on under depth chart. It'll be interesting to see what some of these younger wide receivers Dita turner and dylan. Stoner who did get cut. Whether they're brought back in some capacity. Very lisa i would think both would be on the practice squad. And who knows maybe one could end up. On the on the regular season roster fifty three man roster
Robert F. Kennedy's Assassin Sirhan Sirhan Recommended for Parole
"Assassin could soon be released on parole. The man who assassinated Senator Robert F. Kennedy 53 years ago, is a step closer to winning, released from prison. A state panel in California has recommended parole for Sirhan Sirhan after two of Kennedy's own son spoke in support of it. The full parole board and California's governor will have to sign off before Sirhan can be released that
"up 53%" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Are up 53 from Bloomberg on Jeff Hullinger on news radio. 700 wlw. Alright, we turn back to Chuck Ingram in our times of need. Yes, sir. In the golf outing yesterday. You did. How did you do? We lost shoot. And the only reason was the other teams were better, Er well, that narrowed it down. Well, you would think you know, And there's this new era of equity that that shouldn't matter. Right? You didn't get your bank of orange slices. I couldn't figure it out. I still can't figure it out. Why does that matter? Is this some sort of meritocracy? A good time American Cancer Society was a big big outing at Ken Wooden. They raise a lot of money, and that's that's fantastic for them. So congratulations. That's the important part right here. Got it. Alright. Checking traffic. What's up from the UC health Traffic center? He you see how transplant moves patients off the transplant waiting list. Uh, East bound to 70 five's ramp to read Hartman. There was a broken down semi at the end of that ramp. The heavy duty wrecker just count that out, and it's now pulling away as I speak so soon. You'll have all lanes back on Reed Hartman, but for the time being causing a little bit of jam westbound to 75 brake lights after you get pants Loveland making your way up the hill to Montgomery North beyond 75 couple of extra minutes needed to get across the brand Spence, Chuck Ingram, NewsRadio 700 wlw. Right, Sunny, hot human for a change 93 degrees today, and it's the same for tomorrow. Overnight..
ICU Beds in Short Supply as Florida's COVID-19 Cases Rise
"More deaths of the hospitalized in Florida 3551 people in intensive care unit beds representing over 53% of the state's ICU hospital beds that from the 258 hospitals reporting data Cleveland Clinic. Martin Health held a press conference Friday begging people to get the vaccine. I've seen too many
"up 53%" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Trump, who's charged with inciting the deadly insurrection of the U. S Capitol building. Last month, House impeachment managers summed up their case by replaying a video clip of Trump calling on his supporters to fight back, making yet again baseless claims of a stolen election. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't concede with Steph Way lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin accused Trump of creating a powder keg. He knew the rally would explode if provoked. Knew all it would take a slight push impeachment managers laid out several questions Central to their case against Trump, including whether he encouraged violence. Was it foreseeable and did he act willingly? Stress that the answer to those questions must be. Ah, yes, Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden met today with lawmakers from both parties at the White House as he seeks to garner support for a plan to expand infrastructure projects. I'm hoping that launching efforts to rebuild the nation's roads and bridges might actually close a partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats during his campaign buying proposed to $2 trillion investment in infrastructure improvements and clean energy. Grand jury in Buffalo, New York, has dismissed felony assault charges filed against two police officers. They're the men were videotaped last summer, pushing an elderly protester to the ground during the Black lives matter March or NPR's Brian Mann. Officers, Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers aggressively enough each one eye right now, and I'm telling you I sandbagged. Flynn said The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS the Congressional Budget Office as the federal government is on track to post a $2.3 trillion deficit this year. On roughly 900 billion from last year, when the Corona virus caused Congress provide historic amounts of financial aid. Stronger economic growth is help reduce the anticipated shortfall. Still, the deficit could soon be revised upwards of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief measure becomes law. That aid coming on top of roughly four trillion last year would add more red ink on Wall Street. The Dow was down seven points. Data NASDAQ Up 53 points You're listening to NPR news. One of the Giants of modern jazz, has died. Keyboardist composer and bandleader Chick Corea died Monday. The age of 79. NPR's on Assad's Ius Lucas has this remembrance. Chick Corea was always artistically curious. As a young man in New York he played with Miles Davis at the dawn of jazz fusion, appearing on such landmark albums as Bitches Brew. His own band returned to Forever took that style to new heights of expressiveness..
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"He is the Richard Show The Voice of Santa Fe on Katie RC Santa Fes News Talk leader Aziz disturbing as emotional as got wrenching as the Prosecution's case has been against Donald Trump impeachment trials in the Senate. They are done and the defense will take the stand should be interesting to see Donald Trump's lawyers come in and say, I don't know what they've done, said he didn't say that that matter is unconstitutional. He just don't like him. So the prosecution has done impeachment managers finished. Trump's lawyers or next have looked a Wall Street a few days. So here's the latest numbers on Wall Street. The Dow today was down seven. Seven whole points Sitting at 31,431 S and P 500 was up. 6.5 5000.2 39 16 and the NASDAQ Today was up 53 Point 14,000 and 26 Dow Down slightly S and P up slightly NASDAQ up slightly All right. Love going on the merry round Half way will talk with Kevin Secretary Brian Blade lock to see Y f D. How was the session impacting them And what are they doing? And what the priorities of C Y After you do that when we come back, it's 30. Minutes after two Old man would never go back home to me. Thus no will be coming.
"up 53%" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Using his size, getting his rebound and going And having the ball knocks loosen out of bounds. They're good defense by Burchell the other way. It will be value City basketball last possession when we had that kind of rush up the court between Carlson and trying to get it over to cellar. That's another example of he threw the past too low. You have a 6 ft. Five freshmen there. You don't want the past below his knees. You gotta get that pass up so you can take advantage of that height, So keep your passes up to your big men looking left hand side is bird so gets a shot up, rattles around and he's going to get the bucket. He's going to get the foul. He's looking to try and not things up is his highlighters trail by one, but he gets a free throw coming here momentarily, and that's the fourth foul on Aidan Carlson. We'll wait and see if the coaching staff wants to make a change now to kind of save him for down the stretch. His virtual now the point on the evening and he knocks down the free throw. He's up to nine. We're not it up. 53 points here once again. 7 38 remaining here in the second half Bajoran Bacher scoreboard and, uh, Back and forth. We go and inbounds pass is stolen by virtual over Hassan's on in transition, right hand side obits looking to drive up the top. The key design once again with a tied up 53 old game and Valley City, looking on a six year old run, trying to put it back a basket right here, back over the bird shall right hand corners on three deep. Up off the iron, No good, And that will go out of bounds and retaining possession will be the Spartans here as they try and do extinguish a six point run here now by Valley City. Yeah, just back and forth. We go. Once One team gets something going, The other team was able to fight and claw their way back into it. Do not forget to stay tuned for your satellite solutions Postgame show along there See apparel.
"up 53%" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows clear Sunny skies. It is 36 degrees right now. Hamilton County is that level for purple alert, and it's expected to stay that way when Ohio updates its county by county map tomorrow, Health Commissioner Greg Testament With an update earlier today, while we are in the middle of being purple and still in the middle of this pandemic, please continue to mask social distance and wash your hands. This is how we'll keep our seniors and our population healthy. Until we can get vaccine for everyone who wants it on the county commissioner do these three house has announced a partnership with the county Board of Elections. That facility in Norwood is going to be using the space set up for early voting in order to give covert vaccines. AZM orbit come available following two days of mostly below average covert numbers. The Ohio Department health today saying there are more than 400 new hospitalizations and nearly 40 new ICU admissions since yesterday, 73 new death reports now pushing the state to roughly 1400 covert fatalities just since this year began in Kentucky. The testing positivity rate is just about 11% 49 new deaths reported in the Commonwealth today on Wall Street. Today, the Dow closing up 258 points the NASDAQ Up to 60 and the S and P Up. 53 news radio 700 wlw. Sports College Basketball News. Xavier's Big East game against Georgetown, set for next Wednesday has been postponed due to covert 19 issues within the Hoyas.
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"Law offices of Nick Name it after the inauguration, President Joe Biden is getting to work. President Biden is immediately doing things that will likely frustrate 74 million Americans who voted for now former President Donald Trump. And yet at the same time, President Biden spent a large part of his inaugural address. Stressing unity. He promised to be a president for all Americans. He asked people to disagree with him to hear him out, and he asked all Americans to lower the temperature all while speaking from the very steps that were overrun By that mob just two weeks ago at the White House. Kristin Fisher Fox News Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell presented vice president Kamila Harris with an American flag following the inauguration ceremony at the U. S. Capitol building from honor and privilege to present these flags of our nation that were flown over Today's event where the capital Harris is the first woman to be vice president of the United States. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. President Flags to President Biden, A Dallas man sentenced to life in prison for selling marijuana is set free after having his sentence commuted in the final hours of Donald Trump's presidency today. Barrel. Scott's attorney, Britney K. Barnett, says her client had no business serving life behind bars. Mr Scott puts it. Better than me, he says. People are selling marijuana today and getting a life saving. I sold marijuana and got a life sentence, was sentenced on a third strike marijuana charge and spent 12 years in prison before being commuted. Texas business numbers on Wall Street at the closing bell, the Dow up 258 points. NASDAQ Up 260, the S and P 500 Up 53 again the high Today 50. It is 46 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America BUSHMAN Your Next update at 3 30 24 7 Coverage of WB ape calm. This'll is the news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion with Rick Roberts. No, there's got to be A few.
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"We check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures of 19 points Our future's up. 166 NASDAQ futures up 53 Points 10 Year down 5 30 seconds Yield 300.92% yield on the two year 20.12% and Nymex crude oil is up 1% at $49 even a barrel John and we begin Nathan with President Trump's efforts to dispute Joe Bynes election win in Georgia. The president urged Georgia election officials to find thousands of votes and recalculate the election result to flip the state to him just days before Congress is scheduled to certify the results. Amy Morris has the latest from our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington. On the audio recording obtained by Bloomberg News President Trump tells Georgia officials to find more votes I want to do is this I just want to find 11,780 Well, which is one more that we have in the 62 minute long phone call On Saturday, the president shifted from flattery to threats as he pressed Georgia Secretary of State Brad Ravan's burger and other election officials to take action in his favor, What they did and you're not reporting it, That's you know, that's a criminal, that's a criminal offense. And you know you can't let that happen. That's a big risk. Rapids Burger pushed back telling the president that the vote count is accurate. Well, Mr President did challenge that you have is the data you have is wrong. Democratic Representative Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, says the phone call was quote potentially criminal and another flagrant abuse of power. In Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, Amy, thanks Sounds President Trump searches for more votes. Republicans are speaking out against those who oppose certification of the election in Congress, representative Liz Cheney warns of a dangerous president, Senator Lindsey Graham says demands to audit vote counts quote have zero chance of becoming a reality. Still, some lawmakers led by Senator Ted Cruz, they're calling for a delay of certification and an investigation into accusations of wrongdoing. President Trump is calling for supporters to travel to Washington on Wednesday for a protest rally turning to the pandemic. Now global cases have passed 85 million half a daily infections of the U. S. Soared to nearly 300,000 in Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said household spread is driving cases. These warning of a difficult road ahead..
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"Thanksgiving Day. Look for mostly cloudy skies, a daytime high reading near the 50 degree mark from the WGN Weather Center. I'm Paul Conrad. You are money on WGN. Here's Orient. Samuelson been quite a day on Wall Street. The Dow industrial average did something it's not done before broke through the 30,000 mark for the first time ever. Optimism that covered 19 vaccines will open the way to economic recovery next year fueled Wall Street's rebound from a pandemic driven crash this year. With the blue chip down. The journey from 2 30,000 from the 20,000 Mark took less than four years of much faster climb than the previous 10,000 points, clamber. Which took nearly two decades. The rise from 59,000 took the down about 10 months. So let's look at the numbers now. Where are we? The Dow industrial average is trading Up 180 points. The S and P 500 grading higher. It's up 53 points and the NASDAQ is up 130 points. Trading at 12,011. Range raided the Chicago Board of Trade this morning. The December week contract is ready eight cents a bushel. Liar. The December corn contract trading lower down two and three quarters cents a bushel. And the January soybean contract is trading lower its down six and a quarter cents a bushel. Livestock futures Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
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"Fall toe Oh, and nine more on the Bear's happen O B with cause tonight 7 to 10 Here on w GM David it w G on sports. The forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather Center Here's meteorologist Morgan Mayer. Good morning a very mild start this morning with a mostly cloudy sky in temperature sitting close to 70 and a handful of areas everybody, though, into the sixties here. This morning. We're making it to the seventies again Today. South winds will be strong 20 to 25 gusting as high as 45 MPH That's prompting a wind advisory from noon until 10 o'clock today. Mostly cloudy and a few scattered showers here and there Today, Thunderstorms arrived by late day west and through the early evening hours of heavy rain and possibly a severe warning or two possible. Forecast from the WG and Weather Center. I'm working 68 cloudy skies at O'Hare Now it's 68 it midway 67 along the lakefront 68 this morning in Aurora 67 in Valparaiso. Now your money on w. G N with Orient Samuelson and good morning to you the excitement of the back seen fading and only one of the three indices on Wall Street at the moment. Trading higher, but that's a good high. The Dow industrial average is up 234 points trading in 3 29,090. But the S and P 500 down four points. Trading at 35 46. The NASDAQ is down to 132 points, and it's trading at 5 11,081. The housing industry got a boost this morning with the report from the R. Horton, the major house builder in the United States, the company reported the better than expected quarterly profit and forecast For 2021 home sales above estimates on record low mortgage rates and while warning of risks do the market from Corona virus infections and restrictions The oil market today, Brent crude up 53 cents a barrel trading at $42.93 and US screwed up 54 cents, trading.
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"Maryland enjoyed a record day of open early voting. More than 161,000. People turned out to cast their ballots at one of the 81 early voting centers across the state, nearly 40,000 more than the previous record. More than a million people have already voted so far in Maryland, where early voting will continue through Monday, the day before Election Day, so our people voting for for president in Maryland. Not too surprisingly, it's Joe Biden anew. Gonzales Research poll out this morning gives the Democratic nominee a 25 point lead over President Trump 58 to 33 with 3% voting third Ready in 6% still undecided. Biden leads across all demographic groups except party 87% of Republicans in the pole back, Mr Trump Early Voting opens today for D C. Residents at 32 early voting centers across the city. You may vote at any of the early vote centers if you're not registered to vote. Remember that in D C same day voter registration is also permitted. D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser says You should expect long life. Into the first day of early voting is usually the business busiest, she says. D C. Police have spent some $40 million on overtime for officers to deal with protesters in the months since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis back in May to pay those expenses, the city is shifting funds from three other agencies to cover the deficit as it awaits reimbursement from the federal government for police services provided for Demonstrations and events, including the Republican National Convention and the Fourth of July celebration. The city has requested $43 million from Congress to cover those expenses. Checking your money. The Dow futures up 53 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures up 37 in sports Monday night Football. The Rams beat the Bears 24 to 10. As the Washington football team began its bye week, Coach Ron Rivera celebrated a momentous occasion the end of his chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Rivera rang.
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"Inland 77 the mountain 68 deserts 96 Right now downtown. It's cloudy and 70 news. I'm a 22 in December. News about your money with Sully brought to you by J l l commercial real estate and the plight of the U. S dollar turning out to be a positive, Ted. Yeah, Falling. US dollar is getting a lot of attention from stock market investors and it's the right kind of When you see dollar week. This has generally been seen as a positive, in particular for shares a company typically multinational companies who derive a large share of their revenues overseas. Ah, falling dollar gives American companies a chance to offer their products at bargain prices overseas, so unless you're traveling abroad or buying imported goods Continued drop or slide in the dollar is a good thing following a steady slide in the dollar's over the past year. These benefits have already begun to show up on the bottom line of US Cos. Was significant operations abroad. Chewing gum maker Wrigley added $40 million as a result of a sliding dollars, Sara Lee reported 5% higher income and Eastman Kodak of all companies posted a $12 million profit without a weaker dollar. The company would've reported a lost dog Sounds like SNP all of the positive today extending on five weeks against since August Dow Jones up 53 points at 28 4 78. S and P up about a half a percent of 34 62 NASDAQ up almost a full percentage point. That's worth 100 points at 5 11,021 having a great day on Wall Street coming up in 8 50, a billionaire investor explains about the best thing of this stimulus and the Fed coming up in a few. Funding for future health care providers in Maryland hider with today's Corona virus update, Thanks in part to a $120,000 grant. The Nile Sisters Development Initiative expanded learn more that is a vocational nurse Assistant.
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"Along with another disturbance and a tropical wave that's expected to emerge off the coast of Africa in the coming days. Pinellas County Teachers Association will be meeting with district officials today to talk about an issue that's got a lot of people upset and frustrated. Simultaneous teaching district numbers show that a little over half of teachers are working with students in person and virtually at the same time. PC Ta President Nancy Velarde looked at the numbers and we do think that it will work. If they need to bring in a few extra teachers. They do have money for that. I can't do that. Blarney says her group wants to reduce schedules. District says conversations are continuing. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio W F L A Stocks remain sharply higher, Fueled by a burst of deal making and signs of progress toward a Corona virus vaccine. The Dow Jones industrial average is up 377 the S and P is up. 53, the NASDAQ Up to 15. It's the largest deal ever in the semiconductor industry Video has agreed to pay $40 billion for arm Chip division of Japan's Softbank chips incorporating arms coder in everything from factory equipment. Toe home electronics. New homes were never cheap, but soaring lumber prices have made them even more expensive. Wood supplies air tight due to the pandemic and wildfires in the West. Adding more than $16,000 to the cost of a newly built home. Pepsico sweet, caffeinated drinks have long been blamed for keeping us awake at night. Now Pepsi's going the other way with a drink called Drift. Well. It contains an FDA approved supplement used for relax ation usually found in green Teets from Bloomberg. I'm Larry Kowski for news radio Wofl. When you need to listen to your mama, eh? No, halfway in between Gotta.
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"Of on court technologies. Performing arts organizations around the state are waiting for new guidelines from the governor do out today. Live concerts and place could be cleared to resume in the state of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine promising issue guidance today that would allow for performing arts organizations to reopen those guidelines expected to call for reduced capacity and the wearing of masked organizations like flowers in the parks that have been working with the state to develop these protocols. They made the decision earlier this month. At the start of their 2020 2021 season because of the mass gathering ban they've cancelled four shows already have decided to do a scaled down version of a Christmas Carol this year at the holidays. New adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens story, as two actors who will alternate performance is telling The story of Ebeneezer Scrooge on Brian comes news Radio seven WW. Cincinnati is on pace to have a record year for homicides and shootings are up in cities across the state Governor Mike DeWine promising action. He wants the Legislature to pass a red flag law to get guns away from people who are on a stable. And require tougher background checks. We have legislation that is pending in the General Assembly. It works on this. It will matter. It will make a big difference. Our bill will get tougher on those who have committed a crime with a gun. Who have no, absolutely no right to have a gun. Today. Neighbourhood United Cincinnati will unveil its recommendations for trying to curb the gun violence across the city. There is a three o'clock news conference on Wall Street. The Dow right now up 53 points. NASDAQ's game 32 s and peace picked up one now or next update at 11. 30. Rick you Gino news radio 700 wlw. Hi Carol from Ella here. When we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix. But that didn't seem right because of all her energy, so we decided to test her DNA with embark. Turns out she's a border collie, Boxer and beagle mix suddenly say he made a lot more sense. Now we know she needs a lot of exercise, and.
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"Knew this hour. The NFL is released a statement concerning the Ashington Post article that claims a rampant culture of sexual harassment and verbal abuse against women employees that Redskins Park quote everyone in the NFL has the right to work in an environment free from any and all forms of harassment. The statement goes on to say the league will follow the law firm hired by the Redskins to finish its investigation, then take action based on that investigation's findings. Local mayors across Georgia are standing with Atlanta's Keisha Lance bottoms who's being sued by Governor Brian Kemper, refusing to drop her city's mask mandate against his orders. Other Southern Republican governors are now backing mask orders, including Alabama's Kay Ivey and Arkansas is Asia. Hutchinson. This whole fight against Cove in 19 is likely to get harder and not easier. And we have to meet the challenge together, and everyone must do their part. More and more people have been getting careless and warding off the virus, and now it's coming back like a boomerang in Washington state, the first epicenter of the virus in the U. S. The governor, sending this warning to residents of new infections keep rising. We cannot rule out the potential. For another stay home order this year and perhaps not in the two distant future correspondent Rosa Flores checking your money. The Dow futures are up 53 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures up 96 in sports sponsored by the Virginia Department of Health, the National's got two of their starters back one. Soto and.
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"He's a Bloomberg business Promote World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellets 13 minutes to go out of the closing bell until we wrap up trading on this Friday, July 10th SNP, adding to its weekly gain, stocks were advancing a signs of the world could be closer to an effective treated treatment for covert 19 blunt concerns that are rising number of cases will curb the global economic Avery Banks leading the S and P 500 index higher SNP up 30 now a gain of about 1%. The Dow's up 354 points. That is an advance of 1.4%. NASDAQ up 53 by 5/10 of 1%. We've got the 10 year down 7 30 seconds, with a yield of 300.63%. Gold is down 2/10 of 1%. 17 1990 ounce and crude West Texas Intermediate, up 2.1%. 40. 46 a barrel again recapping equities hire passing P up 29 up 9/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet, That is a Bloomberg business slash But you let me drive, Honey, please out of the gravel. I want. This is Dr to the clothes dryer filters on on Bloomberg. Ready? It is time for the drive to the closed and Pippa tone is with escape. Founder of Trade Zero America. He joins us on the phone. In Brooklyn and this as we've got a market that's.
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"Podcasting made four hundred seventy nine million dollars in US and revenue last year. That's according to the bay, and PW WC, and it's an increase of fifty three percent year on year. It's estimated as well that the industry will be making over one billion dollars by twenty twenty one for comparison be. I a Kelsey estimate US terrestrial commercial radio to of earned fourteen point two billion in two thousand eighteen Sirius XM satellite radio earner further five point eight as predicted apple will create a brand new apple podcasts app for MAC OS, which will come in version, ten point one five of the operating system called Catalina. However, I tunes will continue as you know, it on windows machines, the new app, also clearly displays chapter points, which is nice apple also announced that podcast progress will be sink. Between devices and the availability of full text transcript. Search as well. Google ready offers both of those features that his Craig federici, the VP of software engineering and announcing it in the main, keynote. Our tension to podcast. It brings a dedicated podcast listening experience to the MAC and features all the great features you use to in Iowa's like, listen now, we can see new episodes and keep track of your listening across all of your devices, and it has a great new feature and it has to do with search, you know, sometimes you hear about something on the radio. Maybe our new podcast, something on the news. And you think I want to hear more about that? But you're not sure what show was on, or even that it appeared in the title will, now we use machine learning to index the contents of the spoken content of podcast. So now you can search that content and buying the podcast with just a few clicks in the app. It's great. Also from Apple's WW DC in the next version of IRS on the iphone and ipod touch apple podcasts will be on the front screen right next to one of the most used apps in the world, the app store, notes vox media's Zack Kahn, in a tweet. He says this will help first time listeners, discover podcasts and they also announced that watch OS the operating system on the apple watch will be capable of operating without an attached phone, and we'll also have access to a new streaming API Daniel j Lewis notes that this could be great for podcast consumption with only an apple watch in other news as we reported yesterday Tim Ferriss has made a decision to ditch the ads and just take donations for his podcast. Is that a wise, move, mayor valley any does the maths to take a look? I TV the UK commercial television company has signed a two year agreement for its podcasts to be placed in the global player. Radio and podcast app from global the UK commercial radio company. I TV have also signed with globals Dax advertising, platform target spot isn't to deal with signal the integration with the signal identity platform. The company says, in Abel's targets spot to precisely target the right listener, the right moment on the rights device shortly in the right spot golden age of podcasting, cliche news, now, as being t publishes an opinion piece from a costs Austrailia, and New Zealand boss, Henrik Isaacson, who predicts the next chapter in Austrailia, and podcast market. W also interviews, Edison research is Tom Webster on podcasting, route to mass media and event for you a podcast festival in Lisbon in Portugal. It's called poed and he's today's English, and it's on the ninth of November three new podcasts to tell you about this week the history of standup returns for new season today. Let. Of love in World War. Two is a true story from the second World War brought to life to Mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day landings this week written by Anna priest land and the podcast from the us national association of broadcasters. This week has a special guest editor that's me twenty two minute rump round the world in terms of podcasting.