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Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

"Students back to class during the pandemic. This ends the possibility of a teacher, lockout or strike. The deal, which was passed by 68% of voting members. Includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics to allow school closures when Corona virus infections spike Some say this could be a model for other cities around the country to reopen schools. The first wave of Chicago public school students in pre K and special ed are due back Thursday. Students in K through eight will return in the coming weeks for limited classroom instruction. No plans have been set for high school students will continue online learning. I'm Julie Walker, NBC plans to air the opening

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"voting member" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"voting member" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You mentioned something else that the City Council is kicking around as well. And that's adding another district. Another council person, the 11 1 plan. Where would this be? And why Well, it's because it's the strong mayor passes you would need. He even wouldn't be normal voting member of the council so you would have an even number of council members, then In in in the 10 10 1 system, so, adding an extra member would allow them to have and I have an odd number. But the funny thing is, is that they decided to do that as a separate ballot measure. So it is possible that the strong mayor does not pass and the extra Council member does pass. And then we're gonna have a council of 12. People would just be chaos. Hilarious. Attention. You know, 66 boats, their possible and I want to mention one more thing is this Proposal includes something called Democracy dollar right in under the radar, which is where they tell you. They take tax dollars $25 vouchers. They take tax dollars from all of the citizens, and then they give this $25 voucher to some citizens that they could donate to their politician of choice. Yes, The idea is that there's too much money in politics and basically that the poor people don't have can't don't have the ability to contribute to the candidates of their choice, and therefore we should take tax dollars, and it's It's not. It is tax dollars coming out of your Austin Energy Bill right away, So you're going to pay your often energy bill and then Austin Energy is going to turn around and funnel that horrible idea. What a mess. What a disaster. Really mad money literally. We were up against the clock here. There's been a lot of debates about getting kids back in schools. You know, the CDC says it's safe. The Joe Biden administration is trying to push back and maybe go toe one day a week. In some district. Some districts have been back for months and weeks. Others they're kind of doing a combination of things. Where should our kids be? And school and cool hand down the your school board. Elections are going to also happen in May. So I have a great friend running for school board on the end, Iasi, you guys pay attention. Think about running pay attention to those races. We've got to get kids back in school. And speaking of I'm gonna explain to Juliet preschool teacher that said that I'm late to school because of you could use because they may not make it hot and don belly button. Well, it's a story that has to be Oh, well, that's all. It's gonna be covered. It's extreme covered. Thanks for making room. Elena. Tell folks how to find you. You can find me on all kinds of social media at Ellen Trucks Clear or on my website Ellen. Trucks there dot com. Thank you. I appreciate your call. Stay with us. We got the top stories coming up at the top of the hour. Of course, you could always jump in and 51283605 Niner your belly button. The girl back according to one texture is that right now that you got the vaccine, that belly button should grow back, Todd and don show I want to tell you about my friend Brad. He's the owner and operator of Zero rez here in town. And yes, they got a service. Clean all of your surfaces. But I want to tell you about their carpet cleaning business. They are the true home health experts. And if this is the way that the carpet manufacturers actually suggest you clean your carpets, it's what the powerful truck mounted system. It's going to suck the dirt, the dust, the pet hair and all of the contaminants that are trapped deep inside your carpet fibers, and Brad tells me this will improve your indoor air quality. It'll help those who suffer from allergies and asthma, of course, but no toxic chemicals would be brought into your home and zero brands. They have a service for all of your services, carpet.

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Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

"I'm Julie Walker the Chicago teachers union has approved a deal with the nation's third largest school district to get students back to class during the pandemic this ends the possibility of a teacher a lockout or strike the deal which was passed by sixty eight percent of voting members includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics to allow school closures when corona virus infections spike some say this could be a model for other cities around the country to reopen schools the first wave of Chicago public school students in pre K. and special let are due back Thursday students in K. through eight will return in the coming weeks for limited classroom instruction no plans have been set for high school students will continue online learning I'm Julie Walker

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"voting member" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:53 min | 10 months ago

"voting member" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Inside the Beltway at The Washington Times. Good morning. Good morning. You know, there have been a lot of precedents set by the new president, including the number of executive orders and the soul notion of bipartisanship that went right out the window when he was inaugurated. But the new Congress is also setting a precedent. Yes. This is sort of a cultural moment to pay attention to, because According to a very in depth analysis, the U. S. Congress is now the most diverse. On record. Meaning they are the most racially and ethnically diverse in history. This is coming from our panels over the Pew Research Center. And here's exactly what they say. A quarter of the voting members 23% in the U. S. House of Representatives and Senate are racial or ethnic minorities, making the 117th Congress the most racially and ethnically diverse in history again. This is coming from the Pew Research Center, and they're simply going over the existing data and records and so forth of the current sitting Congress as of January, the 26 so this is very current. Here's what they say. Overall 124 lawmakers today identify as black, Hispanic, Asian Pacific Islander or Native Americans, according to data from the Congressional Research Service Service. This represents a 97% increase over the 107th Congress of 1 4003, which only had 63 Minori members. And they say among today, senators and representatives, the overwhelming majority of racial and ethnic minority members are Democrats 83%, while only 17% of Republicans Of course, there's a lot of this is predictable, but it's very interesting that this is a historic time when this is much on the minds of both Republicans and Democrats and the public in general, about diversity and so forth, But here we have the most of Bruce Congress and history. It's kind of an interesting moment. It's an evolving moment. But it's coming from our friends at the Pew Research Center and okay, attention to what they say. So the former president used to office out of Trump Tower prior to his White House stay. He is now in Florida. And what is he up to? Well, this is very interesting because out of nowhere and as the big surprise, a lot of journalists, including myself, got an email from the office of the former president, and that is what Donald J. Trump is calling his office. And they're going to be taking care of Mr Trump's correspondents, public statements, appearances, etcetera, and I noted the final sentence of this very short email that went out to everyone. They say President Trump will always and forever be a champion for the American people. That kind of tells you that tome and he's going to be taking as he goes forward so more to them and come not much out there yet on that, But there is a lot out there about how Republicans they're feeling about Mr Trump these days, even weeks after all of the stuff that went on earlier This month, and Republicans air definitely standing by their man, and she'll have to remember he's only been out of office little if literally for a couple of days, But the majority of Republicans are now declaring that they still want him on the political battlefield. Inciting now a new poll from morning consoles and politico. This was released on Wednesday. Very current. They say the share of Republican voters who say the 45th president should play a major role in the future of the GOP has increased 9% points to 50%. Mrs. Compared to Ah survey that was conducted right after the January 6 riots. Oh, that's pretty Pretty a significant that that sentiment went way up like that, And this is a big poll 4296 Republican voters were part of this and 81% of them. Have a positive favorability rating for Mr Trump. This is up from 76% in a similar survey that was conducted him in January. So You have to take up those numbers and think about the sentiments of Republicans who were kinda boots to the ground at this point, and the sentiments are going up there still feeling very good. They want President Trump to be in there as a major force in the party. We'll see how that works out. And the one other part of this whole like was talking about how Republicans feel about themselves and 36% of Republicans now would remain with the GOP as it is another 30% are very interested in becoming a member of the Patriot Party. That's the third party that Trump made of fun. We don't know about that either, and 25% either don't know or have opinion and a truly Independent 8% of Republicans also say they're not interested in either party. So more than that to come, But I thought the positive ratings for President Trump was sort of reassuring for a lot of Republicans. So a headline it inside the Beltway. The grab my eyes this week. Facebook deciding to purge itself of politics? Yes. Isn't that amazing? Let's talk about Facebook for a moment there in and out of the news quite often, and you have to remember. When they talk about it being a social giant. It is 2.8 billion active users a month. OK, They also has some pretty tidy profits coming in. For example, last year, their total revenue was $86 billion. That's up 22% from 2019, and they made a $33 billion profit this year. That's up 36%. Compared to last year. And you have to wonder did all the political drama in the 2020 election contribute to that because there was so much going on with divisive love, political content and so forth and so on Well, regardless of whether contributed or not Mark Zuckerberg because the founder of Facebook. He has declared that he is going to rid Facebook off politics, and here's what he said In a conference call this week, he said. One of the top pieces of feedback that we're hearing from a community right now is that people don't want politics and fighting to take over their experiences on our services. There has been a trend across society that a lot of things have become politicized and politics have had a way of creeping into everything. So, he says. We've stopped recommending civic and political groups in the U. S ahead of the elections where continuing to find tune how this works, but we plan to keep civic and political groups out of recommendations for the long term. And we plan to expand the policy globally..

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FDA panel meeting could lead to Pfizer vaccine emergency use OK

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

FDA panel meeting could lead to Pfizer vaccine emergency use OK

"FDA is Vaccine advisory panel is meeting today to discuss approving the emergency use of the Visor covert vaccine. Harvard Medical School's doctor offered. Levy, a voting member on the advisory committee says he believes the fives the vaccine is safe and effective. We don't have a license for authorized Corona virus vaccine as we speak right now. So even if the efficacy had only been 50 or 60%, you know we would have said Well, it's not optimal, but it's better than having nothing were you know right now looks like 95% that that's like hitting it out of the ballpark in terms of

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"voting member" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"voting member" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"When you look at artists like Beyonce And Beyonce is a corporation in every sense of the word. Fiance has a number of people who around her who have taken this to heart. And you will see this like it seems like every year. The big name artists always nominated well, because they know How the system works, and they make sure that everyone in their camp is Voting member. All the songwriters, all the producers, All the engineers were Africa ble. Because you all get to vote on the top four categories. Record the year song of the year. Best new artist, and I'm forgetting one. Album of the Year album Gift. That's how it works. So Beyonce's going to get nominated every single time she comes out with something, regardless of the quality of the content. Because that's how it works. And if you want to related to politics More registered voters have a better chance to win. Yes. So these artists don't seem to understand that this isn't like a public. Oh, it's not a private fails. If you're voted on by members, you voted on quote. Quote by your peers were over. We gotta go to a break up. We're gonna continue this when we come back, So you better understand how the Grammys work and why There's really no controversy. It's just ignorance about how the process works, and the weekend should have done a better job of getting his own people signed up as Voting members can if I am to 40 it's the Garen Shanna show Mo Kelly in for Gary in Shannon. Now Amy King has two news. Police.

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"voting member" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"voting member" Discussed on KQED Radio

"C got a voting member for the Electoral College is just conceded the Electoral College and wanted your Theological college. And the 24th amendment. Uh, Uh, that was the one that discouraged people in Alabama from voting at all. You're closer than you know, but in a weird way, Oh, no poll tax. And boy, not really. You got a good man. You know what? This has no tax because the polls stay on by themselves. You got them all. The 23rd amendment gave the vote to residents of the District of Columbia. The 24th gave it to people even if they hadn't paid a poll tax or other attacks, and the 26th gave it to 18 19 and 20 Year olds. That was some great teamwork. Wow. Murray. Yes, sir. She crossed out the promise to obey portion of her marriage vows she deplored, quote the custom of calling women, Mrs John this and Mrs Tom, that And in 18 68, she said. Surely a government of the most virtuous, educated men and women would better represent the whole and protect the interests of all, then could the representation of either sex alone. Well, I really hope I get this on the first one because it's one of two. I think it's Elizabeth Cady Stanton. You got it on the first one, right? Wow..

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How does the Electoral College work?

The How in the World Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

How does the Electoral College work?

"This week's episode answers the question. How in the world does the electoral college pick our president. You're listening to the how in the world podcast we're we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions in just about ten minutes nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal people who like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research so you don't have to well. Today is thursday november fifth twenty twenty. And it's been a quiet couple of days around here in the. Us assure was there was something on tv to incessantly. Watch and keep checking my phone about What could that possibly be wrong. Oh how about the twenty twenty elections. It's been a wild couple of days folks in it. Looks like it could be wild for a bit longer. So let's all practice are deep breathing and relaxation methods together. Bring your popcorn as the time that we're recording this. I believe the elections come down to maybe four states that haven't yet counted all of their votes but once they're done it's still not over no not even close because once all the votes are counted will know what the results of the popular vote are. But we won't officially know yet. Who won this election. And that's because not only will there be a ton of lawsuits than we unto way through but also because we don't elect our president based on the popular. Vote like you would in the classroom election elementary school. We use the electoral college. And i've always been a little foggy about the electoral college. So i'm glad recovering this today because it forced me to dig deeper really kind of learn about it or you could have just asked your wife who by the way is a political scientist by education. You know yeah. I've been told that. Before so i get a little invested in presidential elections and the preceding debates and political discussion. So what it's fascinating and also frustrating and maddening and kinda stupid also but so fascinating the strategy. He's not even close anyway. Let's talk about the electoral college. Yup that's why we're here. So let's do it and by the way we're going to refrain from any partisan right discussion. This is just about the electoral college. You won't know who we voted for. So for starters you know how annoying all of those census ads and like postcard mailers and mail and information and more ads and everything was reminding us. How important is that we fill out our census form so that everyone is counted yet. And i remember seeing a ton about the census recently. But i believe you filled out the form. Since you're our families designated form filler outer am. I joined it because again i am a political scientist so data and surveys and stuff like that matters anyway. The census is used to determine a lot of things most notably funding to your state for certain services. So if you have a disproportionate number of school aged kids for example it tells the. Us government that you'll need a disproportionate amount of funding for schools. I mean that's really dumbing. It down but funding is a biggie. And doesn't also tell you how many representatives you'll get in the. Us house it does so every state gets two senators so there are a total of one hundred senators in the us senate but representatives are totally different because their allocated based on the census count. Yes they are. There's always four hundred and thirty five of them. No more no less. But how they're allocated can change. So if everyone emptied out of california which currently has fifty three districts and therefore fifty-three representatives and moved to wyoming which currently has just one representative. Those numbers would turn on their head. And by the way. Alaska delaware montana and north and south dakota and also vermont have just one representative yes and there are also some non voting delegates in the hell. They can do everything. The voting members can do except vote. Hence the name right. They can introduce bills and participate in committees Currently there is a delegate representing washington. Dc as well as one each for puerto rico. American samoa guam the northern mariana islands. And the us virgin islands. They're also talking about adding a delegate from the cherokee nation and from the choctaw nation which is super cool. Yeah it really is. And the senate and house together are called congress and there are a total of five hundred thirty five members of congress. So that's that hundred senators and the four hundred and thirty five representatives. Each state has the same number of electoral college votes. That they have congressmen or women which means each state has a minimum of three electoral college members. Two senators one representative three so for the the smaller less populated states. They're still going to have three electoral college members.

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Colorado early vote tracker: Here's a look at the turnout

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Colorado early vote tracker: Here's a look at the turnout

"In Colorado has been returning their ballots and record numbers for really the past couple of weeks. The secretary of state's office reports. Nearly 2.5 million people have sent in their ballots. You can still vote. You can still register in person until the polls close tonight at seven PM and right now we're looking at the election and more with Secretary of State Jenna Griswold. Thank you for joining us this morning. Well, thank you for having me. Good morning. Sounds like we're on pace for a record. Turnout isn't looking that way. Yes, we are seeing really high early voting members like you mentioned as of Saturday night over 2.5 million Colorado had already cast the ballot. Which is over 88% of the total eternal in 2016. That's incredible. I've read, though, that Colorado has a high number of eligible voters who are not registered voters. Why is that We actually have the highest percentage of eligible people registered to vote, so it's sitting right at about 92% of eligible people. But that means 8% of eligible people are not registered and that a lot of people in Colorado you can go to a voting center and register today already up until 7 p.m. and then test the ballot. We had a guest on that was talking about why maybe people delay to register to vote. Madam secretary. You have any idea why people wait to the last minute to do this? Well, I just think that all of our lives can get really busy, and that's what's so important to have an election to win that's accessible. Whether you want to register years in advance or on election Day whether you want to vote in pork tender, early voting or person join Election day or just in that mail ballot back. I think that our election system is designed so the voters have the choices they need on. We can see how well it works and result that's why we're always number one or number two and turn out. This year. We're on track. They have really high turnout. Which is good because we have a little bet going with Minnesota in 2018, and we want to be number one this year, All right, we'll let

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Seattle mayor names task force to guide spending $100M on communities of color

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle mayor names task force to guide spending $100M on communities of color

"Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has unveiled who is now going to be on that task force that will determine how $100 million will be spent on communities of color. The Seattle Times is reporting this morning that 29 members include pastors, union leaders, the end of Thie Urban League, along with Seattle Indian Health Board and El Centro de la Raza. City Council member Debra Juarez is going to serve as a non voting member, Thie Durkin administration is going to pay consultant up to $200,000 to help this taskforce navigate its work between November and June of next year.

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"voting member" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"voting member" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"All right. So here we are at the final five. All Right Hi may if you could have other job outside of the arts, what would it be? It's funny because I started music very late when they was nineteen years fault. And just one year before I apply for among Music Bachelor I actually applied to study criminology. I passed this on when the boat to sign the in into classes I decided. There's something no. No. I, don't want to. I don't know and I decided idea after I was applying for the music school. So. I was almost getting into this criminalist call that being a lawyer. Yeah I love law and order, for example. Right and of course, the show. And being hymie you would want to do it all you want to be the policemen want to be the lawyer the judge you'd want to do all the jobs. Premium now. All right what is a bucket list role or show or or that type that you hope to do one day I mean I. I mentioned this my bucket. This role may be a broadway composer. That's why on the other two I mean I just want. To create a many roles for people. Now you want to be prolific and writing. Is there a particular story or maybe whether it's a book or maybe even a movie that you've seen? Is there something that you've thought I want to turn that into a musical one day. I went to I went to. That related with means some way. I mean, you know I mean of course, they have this keel and I could write a weekend I could Ri-. I don't know next to normal. I mean. But definitely, not maybe the story. So the kind of music that I feel more related we it. And undocked people remain doing that I'm going to see financial our some key, I mean don't they are amazing. So I don't want to do what they're doing because they rate I just went to do what I want what I can and I feel better and more related I still might my own stories I mean, why have all the immigrants stories talking with about Mexico while my immigrant experience? The those kind of shows I mean talking about my Mexican people about like. Forty that Guy Law all about a immigrants crossing the border I mean that's the kind of story that I'm I related now and I need to tell those stories. And so number three, who is it that you look to either as a mentor or someone that inspires you. What I have learned that the best people is always the most humble people. Whether the people that have been. Like good mentoring away, I mean it's not. My mentor is more like a friend we have collaborated logbooks does bring. Having that chance to from Komo and. Reading that wrong with him. Looking at the way that he works and Co he like relate with August people. He'd like one of the Muslim demon beings I know and the way he obviously because he's just the nicest person in his night with everyone all the time. Saw alyx like a more definitely lin-manuel baser goodest relation. That's all. That's another person that he. Had He's great collaborating with people. I mean he not to delegate efforts in my moment down the huskies on Beijing, but just follow following their leads away. Yeah. I mean it's great to see the people who are who are just ahead of us so that we can see a path that that may be good for us to take as well. So I think it's important for us to have those kind of people in our lives. Definitely. Number four, what is a lesson or trait that took a while to learn or maybe one that you're still working on to this day? English. No English I. will be our English alerts is in English and. Spanish in his. Book Music Lyrics, but I don't feel comfortable to I one day I could do that and many many many. I mean collaboration on every single day and learning to collaborate on the. I'm not that, will organiz. I. Have Yeah I'm very messy I. Mean because I say did yes and they writing a song and five minutes later and tried to write another song front the Broadway and then finding the letter another some finding night. Too. Many at the time idol I don't have like a calendar Barrows kid all I mean I need to find a way to do that I, mean I I always go with the flow you do and do, but but I I need to organize better my sandals. It's it's so easy to be kind of caught up in the flow of of of this project that win or the next Shiny object over here that you want to focus on. So yeah, I totally know what it means to have. Your is everywhere and not be able to focus on one thing. The fifth and final question. What is the best advice that you have received? I come from a family related with arts I only person in my family doing something with our and and I remember my father when I was a year and I didn't know what to study. He told. He doesn't matter what you WanNa do you went up? You want to. SPY STREETS NOW IF YOU WANNA Be. Any professional you will not be. Just be invest in what you do. And then. I realized that it's not about being the best about died your knee trying to be the best and there's more ball try every day to be better and better and better but better. So I decided to be a musical theater composer on strike every single day. Subbiah version of that. No and the just Berber also US US song collaborating with other people. In Nevada human being because our work is closely related with who we are who we are human beings. So that's something we in the past person that you can be the now make you better..

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Film Academy Announces New Diversity Requirements For Best Picture Nominees

Steve Cochran

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Film Academy Announces New Diversity Requirements For Best Picture Nominees

"When are they this this year And and what are they doing differently? Yeah, they haven't said when it's goingto happen yet, because you know that's Ah Changing thing on a daily basis, but they they did announce some new eligibility requirements that won't take effect for this year. It will actually start in 2024. Has been a push for greater diversity in especially the best picture categories. There are years where there's not a single actor or actress of color that has nominated for anything. Of starting in 2020 for the academy decided to make it a requirement for the best picture nominees to be either. Ah Ah ah, there have to be a certain percentage of rolls with women with minorities, people with disabilities and LGBTQ. The people that were like, you know, when they filed the paperwork they have to list who in their movie fall into each of these categories, So you know, I'm not sure what that's going to do to The you know used to be that a best picture nominee was simply based on whether or not it was a good motion picture. You know, this narrows it down a little bit. And, you know, may change the qualification of Ah, movie simply being good if it you know, no matter who is in it, or who makes it These requirements are not on ly for people who are on camera but also go for a cast and crew and studio employees who have all worked on the film. So You know the times they are. Ah, change in big time in Los Angeles and with the academy Are you a voting member? Dean? I am not of the

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Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

Beyond The Baseline

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

"Everyone John Wartime here is this week's sports illustrated? Tennis podcast is also the first week of Wimbledon. He says wistfully our guest this week. Is Donald Dell? Donald is a former player a promoter broadcaster at agent. He's worn many hats, not unlike Bartholomew Cubans. He is also worn many at once. Donald is still force in tennis. He wrote an op Ed recently in the Washington Post, about the prospect of combining the men's and women's tours, so we talk about that. We talked about where tennis is right now, and as a bonus, Donald signed Michael Jordan out of North Carolina and especially after last dance. We talk about Michael Jordan so some non tennis bonus coverage on Michael Jordan and a lot of good tennis. Talk here's Donald Dell. Appreciate you doing. How are you doing? I'm doing fine We've been lucky I've been home since about March fifteenth, but my two daughters, their husbands, and our two grandchildren, five and seven are about thirty yards from where we are, and it's like one hundred twenty day thanksgiving. It doesn't sound bad. Yeah, let's I I. Don't know but I got a couple of things to bring up. I. Did want to talk about the the op-ed you wrote. Wrote thought you'd be a good person to talk about with the the tour merger, which has been eclipsed lately by a Co bit in the US Open, but this was sort of a hot topic, and everyone says the same thing which is great idea. The devils in the details, so let's let's advance that. How do we exercise those those devils details? How do we push through? So this becomes more than. In abstract idea that we need to negotiate what what are we doing to make this happen? Well I I think I think more than that. The Devil Devil's in the the leadership in other words I think it's GonNa take strong leaders it both part, both groups to get done, and I think Steve. Simon, and Mickey Lawler. Are Really, veterans, and and well respected, and well like Gatanzi the new chairman of the ATP I'm told his very smart very capable. And I. Think if the if they wanted to really do it, they get together. And then it takes a lot of support. You Know Billie, Jean and Roger, and some of the leaders in the game. All got behind it, then you. It's sort of like all the protests out there today you gotTa. You gotta move the ships and it's a big alphabet soup that everybody sort of fights for their turf. The ATP tour. Has Really established itself, but it's not part of the grand. Slams not far the idea. And not that that they want to be I don't Miss Other Sami, but I just think. Recently in the last six or eight years, the ATP tour has not worked very effectively in some senses because they've been voting in blocks the three tournament directors vote together. The three player reps vote together, and then the chairman's left. There was hanging vote and literally one vote because he always makes one side unhappy in the last two chairman. If you review John have been fired. Because one group didn't like how voted, and they need a super majority of forty two to extend. His contract so his contract ran out. In the last two cases now I'm told by people that very close to respect the Gal Gal Danzi is quite a different. Person needs a very strong leader, very smart and media and he really gets it. I just think for the sport It would be really helpful to have the two groups. Merged on a on a simple basis, and the when you talk about the details, you're right but I think the simplicity is what matters keep it simple stupid when you want to merge the to start with you don't have to have exactly the same boards, the same voting members, but come in and merge it, and have you know five or six basic principles and truthfully. We, found out in Washington with the city open that Iran for fifty years literally for the WTI ESPN Tennis Foundation. That We. We had a men's only event for forty two years, and then city came along our title sponsor, and rightfully said look fifty one percent of our clients. Bankers are women, so we're not gonNA. Unless you'll bring a women's tournament into it and we did, but it was a problem because there's a bigger women's event at Sanford for seven hundred thousand, we were only allowed by the rules for two fifty, but guess what. The ATP the minority of the ATP ten percent fought it tooth and nail. They didn't want it integrated tournament. And I to go before the board three different times, and swear up and down that we give him favorability on the scheduling of the Center Court. Scheduling, transportation scheduling practice courts. And it just didn't. It's working okay. And the women, the best women like to play Washington but now under the new WTA rules. We can only sign one of the top twenty in the world in order to protect the other event. That's raising more prize money by seven hundred or more, so those kind of problems out to be worked out and the ATP tour really needs to get a stronger with this membership the the the vocal minority, which is really only about ten or twelve percent, and it's always the complainers on the tour. The to aboard knows who they are, and they're always ranked between one hundred, fifty and three hundred,

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"voting member" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"voting member" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I need to see now I guess is I want to meet and they have yet to put a finer point on this can the union just say no we're not gonna allow that and and and that would just be it no question for the legislature and and you know the union members a voting member intelligence later they they don't have the power to say say it now okay all right three general coming roles that I think isn't it on the other side will come back your phone call three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred lot of people hold on they want to talk about this these images of police officers lounging the night of the riots and Saturday night into Sunday morning the thirtieth and thirty first of may in congressman Bobby rush's campaign office after it had been loaded and that is creating time also plays some of the audio from the press conference earlier today and take a phone call three one two nine eight one to B. two hundred based on what you've seen here is this a cause of action that's going to create another term events for Chicago we're gonna be back on the national stage I can promise you that tonight on all the cable news service so here we go again back right after we talked to were left with the WGN traffic if you're on the northwest side and wondering what all those emergency vehicles are doing around Addison California they're responding to reports of smoke coming from a comment fault over there so it's a hazmat situation on the south side bridge work over the Chicago River has the northbound side of Loomis closed off between Eleanor and Sir Mick the southbound side had been closed but now has one lane open and that project will last till fall I'm more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death our trash and recycling workers are out on the front lines providing essential services to keep our communities clean there are several things.

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"voting member" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"voting member" Discussed on WDRC

"A voting member of the critics choice film awards I've got to reveres first up spaceship earth it's a true documentary film that follows the journey of eight conservationist who spent two years quarantine inside a replica of the earth's ecosystem called biosphere two the year was nineteen ninety one the place oracle Arizona using archival and present day footage the film begins twenty years before the eight individuals entered the glass enclosure led by their visionary leader John Allen let's take a listen it is a closed system with plants and animals we called it because spies for one is the the bottom line I'm in three and a half stars out of four director Matt what's background film footage along with narration adds tremendously to the dream of the group's final experiment the film asks the questions are they a cult or are they simply a focus group working towards a common goal you be the judge check it out next up how to build a girl rated R. it's a movie streaming now beanie Feldstein stars as a sixteen year old gifted writer and outcasts living in England in the nineties she longs for acceptance by her peers it's based on the book of the same name by Caitlin Moran landing a dream job of being a staff music writer she reinvents herself as Dolly Wilde an outspoken loud mouth who becomes a life of a party let's take a listen try this looking for relatives to be a rock critic Joanna Margan identity for the job I think my my teams but not really on the bottom line.

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Gary Cohen Interview

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

08:54 min | 2 years ago

Gary Cohen Interview

"Percent now let's get back to the main bag new economy forum in Beijing where our colleague from C. like what is about to interview Gary Cohn former economic policy assistant to the U. S. president on the pharmacy of Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs spending more than twenty five years and chief operating officer January twenty seventh January two thousand seventeen sign trump's first appointees as director of the National Council affect the president's chief economic when you look at the US China trade war hello this is going to be one dealing what comes after that you get a phase one I think we're having a trees I think the two sides have some disagreements on trade if you look at what's going on the two countries are fine there's a lot of trade still going back and forth the United States is receiving the goods from China that we need to have a fully functioning economy well I hope I hope we get a phase one deal done and I think it's in everyone's best interest to get a chains have tried other going else that's a natural because the site and I think that makes sense the supply chains have moved maybe companies got too concentrated in one market in maybe we're seeing more global diversification things for companies to be more diversified about where they get their products to where they get their supplies but if you have this information staying and lasting for five years ten years I'm not saying this is a good this is a what I'm trying to say is everyone talks about how dramatic this whole trade congregation is whenever you have countries are disagreeing in some fashion make up their own mind what to what they need to do mark it's a very quickly made up their mind we need to diversify our supply chain we can not be as the dominant independent on one country once wires we've got to create more diversity the system which is a good thing for the system yes it's having some economic consequences but it's not the only thing going on in the car for a confrontation or or is this actually wants a deal and he wants it fast it's a Chinese play by the book I think it's more interested in getting it right in the long term that sat in this is an important asset stand how important is the farmers back to work in the United States we have a big agricultural economy in the center of the United States all farmers need to be exported our products and our families are going through a very tough cycle here losing exports China farmers need to get that back and they need to get that back my next summer phase one deal done would allow farmers to get back into the growing cycle we allow farmers to become a major exporter back to China the Chinese need to import so the question is who are they getting important problem and I think the warning from the United States is very poor so I think the president understands this is a short term phase one fix getting all farmers back into the site China is important for the short term what status quo with increased exports from where we are now back to where we were before any back to a higher level in the end president trump cares about protecting US election there's about protecting copyrights because no market access for US companies which makes a lot of sense you think in the United States is three hundred fifty million consumers China one point four billion consumers which you want to present a United States open up a market to one point four billion consumers if you're a U. S. company of course you want to open up that market to the U. S. companies to want to make sure that we have a level playing field for US companies can access the Chinese market just as the Chinese of axis for U. S. market around the world given they have little visibility are not investing in their markets and it could be a friend chief executive it could be a chief executive in Ohio transaction German that that must be a negative negative negative so we can cause a bunch and that is going on on the investment side and I'll be the first to tell you when you're looking at and you're looking at in the U. S. when you look at topix the first thing you're looking at is building factories building buildings nearby steel they were the first two things I thought that that was not the right decision I would never import products it's different terrifying services then is the terrible import products that go into something you're going to build a great job so the going state takes away the competitive advantage that we gave them in the lower corporate taxes remember we lowered taxes to compete with the rest of the world we lowered into their rates but then we made the Costa still women higher than just incentivize people from opening plants nearby states then layer on top of that the geo political situation we have in the United States right now and it's a very tough environment to take eighty eight you can think of the season to do a major capital expenditure in the United States because you know what the political environment will look like in United States we got a lot of candidates going up the corporations corporate earnings what's the cost of healthcare gonna be what's it going to cost you run your business the United States you're better off as a corporation day to wait for some more clarity before you make in the capital so so what November ninth twenty twenty money exactly is going to come I don't know for sure what date is or when it is clearly if you need to invest the capital right now to grow your business your doing that companies are spending money capital but if you're going to build a big what we would call bricks and mortar or stealing aluminum copper facility and you're gonna hire a lot of people to do that you probably will wait till you get some clarity to what is going to cost you as as as terms of labor and what it cost you to run that facility vis a vis hoping that facility in Mexico or Canada so what the federal reserve kind of getting attacked by the president they have a county that seems to be holding up but I guess it could turn the president is an independent agency in the United States and I think protecting the independence of the federal reserve is of utmost importance I think John Paul in the other governors and vice chairman of bad very good job of trying to walk the line of independence they are making their policy decisions based on the data that they are seeing they're always trying to figure out what is going on in the economy in the future which is a very difficult thing especially a globalized world today on the other other voting members have been making the right decisions based on the data they have at their fingertips at the time they make the decision is that central banker to the world and not just to the the America that is the central the dollar is a key trade currency in the world global commodities are denominated in dollars a lot of so in essence what does does have an impact on the rest is is that far behind your your golden sayings the markets and I think the I think the dollar is going to continue to remain on the relatively strong people talk about interest rates in the United States relative to the rest of the world we got high interest rates and people continue to migrate to a higher interest rate currency the dollar is a high yielding currencies I know we're gonna take a break and talk about quick don't things are focusing on okay are we going to see executives big financial institution twenty twenty I don't think so I I'm just not sure that's Gerry comes next next okay what are you doing at the moment right now besides speaking and writing and teaching which occupies a little bit of my time as many enormous amount of time in the venture capital in the world in two areas in medical technology and really in the secure communication secure data space the secure communications does take you know the payments space because it you can secure communication you can ask actually end up on the payments and that's a really interesting place to be in right right face it really shortly again come their former director of the national economic council coming up

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Dow turns higher in last half-hour of session

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Dow turns higher in last half-hour of session

"Federal reserve policy makers Lou it did that main interest rate for a second time this year by twenty five basis points chairman Jerome Powell said in the press conference that moderate policy move should be sufficient to sustain the American expansion but president have wasted no time in blasting the fed's announcement saying in a tweet no guts no sense new vision but trump has insisted miserable to the gun we are squarely the feds fold out today said trade on Sydney was a key factor weighing on growth since our last meeting we've seen additional signs of weakness abroad and a resurgence of trade policy tensions including the imposition of additional tariffs the fed has no role in the formulation of trade policy but we do take into account anything that could materially affect the economy relative to our employment and inflation goals. the majority the feds voting members signal they don't expect a low interest rate gain before year's end we should mention before the rate cut the the fat injected seventy five billion dollars of liquidity into the money markets and that was after the benchmark at breach the two to two and a half percent target range and there are some signs that turbulence is using will get you details on that

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"voting member" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on WDRC

"Critics association in LA and a voting member of the critics choice film awards have you ever wondered what movie to see at your local cineplex well I've got you covered coming up next you'll hear a film review of a movie that's playing near you the last black man in San Francisco it's rated R. it's a drama based on a true story of actor and former San Francisco resident Jimmy fails it's about his dream of reclaiming the Victorian home his grandfather built in the heart of San Francisco Jimmy fails has said in interviews I know this sounds weird but the movie is really about a love story between me and the house let's take a listen the writer and director is Joe Talbot also stars Danny Glover here's another clip the bottom line I'm way and four stars out of four in many ways the film is a love letter to San Francisco and the power of friendship it's also a gorgeous painful tribute to an American way of life that doesn't exist anymore finding moving beauty and unforeseeable tragedy that will warm your heart the main takeaway four walls don't define a person's worth check out my reviews.

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"voting member" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Become a voting member of the FOMC next year, while still with us is version. Eight Mason, nerve, she's chief investment officer over Eastbourne investments. She joins us from our studio in Singapore version. We're talking a little bit about the fed earlier in the show. I just want wanted to get your thoughts on the market pricing of interest rate cuts has the market push too far when it comes to pricing easing from the fed. That's my belief, I think, the, the market currently in both for nineteen and twenty four cut clearly, we should expect to slow down in the US economy. But the, the, the cuts that are price, I think are excessive we will need to see the data I, but then -ticipant of harsh today is going to be I think probably is too steep. So that takes us to the question of when you see equity market told g step by inversion even put together the yield curve, twos tents and the s&p five hundred and there's a love the article on the Bloomberg today talking about should it should you run to the IT's tens never inverted, but they are beginning to steepen. I'm when we see these kinds of steepening after flight apropos nineteen ninety-five is it time to run for the hills because that's steepening of the curve was followed by drop in the SNP. I'm do you think that it will hold true, this time again that the same the same rhythm will take place? I think the environment is very different. So should you run for a very short term? He'll if you're not structured for volatility in the full, you, you might want to I think we'll see. But I still think that, that volatility is an opportunity to buy because if you look at the global environment, and you do not believe we are getting into recession. You have rates lower for longer. You have this talk show adjustment. That is taking place. But overall once this EPSN would say, next wave of UPS downgrades, thanks place, at least seeing inequities. We could find very attractive opportunities. So I would stay in the field. What we do have the ECB also coming up later today, and we have the European Commission that has formally started that disciplined process against Italy. I'm wondering how much is this going to complicate situation? That's already arguably quite complicated for the key. Yeah. I think that is that is that is interesting, of course, the room for maneuver of the CB if we had a slow down. And if the fed was cutting rates is much, much smaller in a way the toolbox is is reduced. I presume thing that we would be on, on the whole, we might have a little bit more announcements at the next meeting, which I believe, is on June six the, you know, of, of various elements in terms of forward vision. But the talian situation is probably complicating things to them. Version of very briefly, the market's really beginning to price in another rate cut from the Bank of Japan. Ability of the swaps market. Do you think that they will cut rates is not a is that a reasonable assumption on Monday, take another variation briefly? I think it's a little bit difficult to say, I personally don't think that will happen. I think it will depend on probably what happens in the US, which is linked to global growth, we should expect slower global growth. But at this point, the data is not really confirming very slow down that, that would come in that. Okay. Version lovely and succinct response, I'm going to stay in the field of equities visually Masimov, chief investment officer is spring investments. Thanks for joining Tracy on myself quick. Reminder, Bloomberg users. Of course, you can interact with Tracy myself have a chat with us. Go to your IB. You can also go to GT go browse the charts. I'm catch up on the engine us on TV go. You can say if the charts you can use all the data that we produce this is Bloomberg. There are lots of considerations when you travel comfort and safety, and the big question will, I still get the business news? I need isn't enough to convince us that growth is not going to roll over. Here's your answer,.

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"voting member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Interview with Dallas fed President Robert Kaplan will become of voting member of the FOMC next year, while still with us is version as a nerve. She's chief investment officer over Eastbourne investments. She joins us from our studio in Singapore version. We're talking a little bit about the fed earlier in the show. I just wanted to get your thoughts on the market pricing of interest rate cuts has the market push too far when it comes to pricing in easing from the fed. That's my belief. I think the, the market currencies in both for nineteen and twenty four cut clearly, we should expect to slow down in the US economy. But the, the cuts that are price, I think are excessive we will need to see the data I, but the antecedent pation of harsh today ties going to be I think probably is is too steep. So that takes us to the question of when you see Mark g step back in version, even put together, the yield of two tents on the S and P five hundred and there's a love the article on the Bloomberg today should it should you run to the twos. Never inverted. But they are beginning to steepen. I'm when we see these kinds of steepening after flats. Opera nineteen ninety-five is it time to run for the hills because that's steepening of the curve was followed by drop in the SNP. Do you think that it will hold true, this time again that the same the same rhythm will take place? I think the environment is different. So should you run for a very short term? He'll if you're not a structured for volatility in the full, you, you might want to I think we'll see volatility, but I still think that, that full Attila tea is an opportunity to buy because if you look at the global environment, and you do not believe we are getting into recession. You have rates lower for longer. You have this talk show adjustment. That is taking place, but overall once EPS would say, NextWave of UPS downgrades Tech's place, at least in inequities, we could find very attractive opportunity. So I would stay in the field. What we do have the also coming up later today, and we have the European Commission that has formally started that discipline process against Italy. I'm wondering how much is this going to complicate situation? That's already arguably quite complicated for the. Yeah. I think that is that is that is interesting, of course the room for maneuver. Of the if we had a slow down, and the fed was cutting rates is much, much smaller in a way. The toolbox is, is reduced. I presume NIA thing that we will be on the whole, we might have a little bit more announcements at the next meeting, which I believe, is on June six. The you know of various elements in terms of forward vision. But the talent situation is probably complicating things to them. Version of very briefly, the market's really beginning to price in another rate cut from the Bank of Japan, the swaps market. Do you think that they will cut rates? Is that a reasonable assumption they take another variation briefly? I think it's a little bit difficult to say, I personally don't think that will happen. I think it will depend on probably what happens in the US, which is linked to global grows. We should expect slower global growth. But at this point, the data is not really confirming very slow down that, that would come in that. Okay. Version lovely and succinct response, I'm going to stay in the field of equities visually chief investment officer at a spring investments. Thanks for joining Tracy myself quick. Reminder, abusers, of course, you can interact with Tracy myself a chat with us. Go to your IB. You.

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"voting member" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on Bobbycast

"And this will only be good for about a couple of days you have because it's timely. Very timely. Yeah. So we can roll through some of the awards and some of the stuff that we saw the weird thing about the Grammys though is. People see the Grammy's. And this happens every year where somebody new wins like a best new arts, which wasn't the case last night because Duleep at one and she has big hits like she. She is. With the Grammys. It's such a small voting group of people that are kind of cool and history. It doesn't represent America. You explain that. He's on the voting member. So am I you have to be you have to have some sort of credential about for the Grammy's you, and I are are banned the raging idiot direct. It's not the radios night. We had a record that sold a certain amount. We were then given access to vote in the Grammys. So you have to be super musical. So what happens why some of these people went awards that are super cool people never heard of because the voters are super cool. It's not a representation of America. It's a representation of music snobs. I think most people don't know that and they shouldn't. But I mean, they don't want people to know that they wanted to seem like the reputation of America. It's not. So when someone wins, and you go, oh, how's this person, not bigger, what's because this person maybe doesn't appeal to all of America? Because there there've been people on it best new artist category that have one even last night. There was to be I never heard of right and not this shouldn't win. But who's voting are the real? Cool super knowledgeable people inside the industry people. It's why the avengers don't win best picture. Oh, the same thing with the Oscar that would be the academy. So yeah, it's like the academy in the I didn't even put together and you go. Well, why do all the movies? We never heard of win because people are inside the industry that went cool things to win. Yeah. It's it's a big award, but awards mean less and less, but that being said that's the deal with the Grammys. But what's cool about that? I think is that the Grammy people know like they listen to everything like they're supposed to I don't know. I voted, but like, even as you do you listen to a lot of stuff like that. I'm talking about the categories. Well, right mixing Eddy. I've only category song of the person. I knew correct. I get that. But these are knowledgeable inside people that really do. Listen to music, a certain way and can see stuff that most people don't really know. Maybe they're also don't have ears for like mass consumption for the public. That's true. And that's. Why it's also why the big movies don't win and why we get awards for. That we don't even know as long as people know that I think you watch it a bit different. You know, you wash last night Saint Vincent is playing and she's awesome. And I like Saint Vincent. But I'm kind of a music nerd and music snob and. I don't think a lot of people know her most people would be like why she on the show. We talked about Randy Carlyle, right? Most people were like, ooh. Who's this new artists only been around for forty years? And here's the thing about brandy. Carlisle is that? Yeah, Bernie calls again. I say this because I love Americana. I think Americana is what old country used to be. So it's your singer-songwriter. Like, it's kinda what Nashville is in a weird way. Like, it's acoustic guitar in your in your singer with a lot of heart. So I have a lot of friends that were on less than even people that I just know that aren't friends after she was on performed that. They're like on the biggest brandy car. I've known you for ten years. You've never once mentioned you like Brennan Carlisle. She is good. She's been awesome..

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"voting member" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"He he was there. He had been invited to be a part of their foundation. All right. That's right. Yes. Yes. Yes. And within less than twenty four hours. He had to leave because of. Raising Cain because he he believed in marriage between a man and a woman. Yeah. He was he found out. He had a husband. I got I got story from you. That's why I found it. Because I listen to you every day. I'd forgotten about that. But that's true. You had to resign from them. He member of that of that organization. But I am going to be residing because I noticed a huge silence. By all the other country artists, and I did a little research and found out. There's a lot of folks like that gentleman. That's kind of maybe took over in a lot. And kind of bothered me that the make buckled. You know, when governor Huckabee was only trying to do a good thing for the kids. Remember he wanted to do he wanted to make sure they got. Instrument. He was fortunate enough to do that when he was young. I'm gonna I'm John. From there because that will statue that glass back you not more important than across. Well, I applaud you. I wanted to talk to you because you're the one you're the one I've got the story from I was like I said, I work all the time. And I listen to you every day. I appreciate that. Oh, yeah. I've been I've been a fan for a long time. In fact, I'm glad I moved back to your. But, but if if when this goes down if I do a follow up with you. But I'm kind of I'm kind of disappointed my other country artists out there. That nobody said anything, especially people that claim to be Christians. I'm not going to point fingers at nobody because I wouldn't be right. But. Artist or a producer or one? No, I used to be an artist. Okay. I've been I've been out of the business for a long time. But I'm a voting member. And I just can't be affiliated with with somebody that would buckle like that. And you know, it's that little glass statues, not more important to me than across, you know. I'm just going to be honest. Just a right. And there's no doubt about governor of your last things. Not gingery is it. Do what your last name's not gentry? No, okay. I'm just making. Sure. No, no, no, no. I know that gentleman. I know the gentleman out you if you didn't want to be out. It's okay. No, that's okay. I mean, I don't want to you know, like, I said, I'm not going to point fingers anybody. But I am really really let down and I noticed a little bit of your outrage at the time of the story. You know, you couldn't believe anybody else didn't say anything or do anything. Drift away so much. I'd forgotten about until you just mentioned it. Yeah. Well, believe me with when it comes to cross. I don't forget. So, but you know, I'm not gonna hold a grudge against anybody. I'm not gonna try to out anybody. But I'm just really really let down by the people that walk on stage every night singer gospel song or claim to be Christian. And then like, you know, late let something like that go by the wayside and not not say something, you know. It kind of broke my heart. Anything? But I appreciate I appreciate what you do. Like, I said, I would have never known about it. And then I did some inquiries with some of people in the in the business that I still know. And. To find out. Uncommon. Barely. Yeah. What is the country music industry as a whole used to be fairly conservative? But it ain't no MO. Yeah. It's it's well, I mean, that's that's a big conversation. And I didn't realize it because like I had moved away from here for quite a while. Now, I moved back into the area and started talking to folks, and you know, I used to be in a business with and and talk denial management, and I talked to some other people. I had no idea, and it just kind of breaks, my heart..

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"voting member" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on Movie Crush

"All right. So here's we're going to do with our little Oscar warm up talk there. It's gonna lead right into a very short explainer bit about how Oscar nominations are decided 'cause I don't think a lot of people know this stuff and people go this Peterson this this. Here's how it works. It's proportional voting. So few listen to stuff, she's no podcast on ranked choice. Voting and politics is sorta like that there are about fifty five hundred voting members of the academy of motion pictures, it's gonna lecturer college situations, you're saying, okay, go on brand choice voting. Okay. Now the same about the same same boy cheese. In fact, so different than we would have a different president. If if rank choice voting had gone into effect here more about this sounds like a good idea. Yeah. All the members. So if you're a member of the academy one fifty five hundred you can vote on best picture. But you can only vote on the other categories if you are appear so actors can vote for actors, although what did not see surely actors can vote for actress an actor in supporting actress and actor I need to look that up, but they say peer votes. I'm gonna check that. I can't imagine. They would just have guys voting for guys that would be stupid. That would be. Yeah. That would seem inherently wrong back. You know, what I'm gonna leave this in there. Even though look dumb. I was going to say cut it all out. Okay. Let's leave it in there. I applaud Chuck transparency. All right. So then what happens is that you can like I said, you can nominate your peer category everyone votes on desperate jer. And then the proportional representation comes in. Why they did this was they wanted diversity. They want a diverse slate of nominees because there's a lot of different kinds of people voting for the Oscars. And they have a lot of different kinds of creative taste, and so they wanna represent that as best they can. And this seems like decent way. So what you do on the ballot as five numbered slots for every category. If you're eligible to vote in that category. And you only get one vote, but you can choose five nominees, and you rank them in order, and that's like the ranked choice voting in politics. You. Them in order of your preference. So once your favorite nominee is eliminated by not getting enough oats it bumps up your second vote here, I choice. So I hope that makes sense. It's it sounds complicated. But it's really pretty easy. So basically in the end, if you know, a movie doesn't get support it falls away. Then it goes to the next most popular and so on into get down to the five or guess in the case of best picture, what is it eight to ten? In the category. Yeah. I don't think they have to have ten though interesting that never occurred to me because I think they don't this year. Yeah. It did seem like a like a smaller smaller field. Well, used to just be five, and they changed that uplift years ago to just so you've you've you voted you've ranked your things your your movies aren't as popular falling away, and basically any nominee that gets about twenty percent of the votes is going to get one of the nominations. And if you have more than five thousand people voting that's about a thousand votes that you need to get to make that nominee list thousand people. And that is how it works. No, thanks for that. Chuck sure thing I'm a I'm a little confused still. But you know, I'm not the muck it draw it out on paper. Yeah. It would make sense. Yeah. Is it like brackets? So. I have two three four five. Look, I'm running it Desi. I see you have first reform. You have BUSTER Scruggs of Roma. And then you have another movie in another movie. So I voted for first reform. I yeah, nobody else does. Okay. So it gets eliminated. Then my first vote is for BUSTER Scruggs got it. And if not enough people vote for that it goes by and then my top vote is Roma. So that's that's interesting. I get object. Thanks for the diagram. All right. Hope you played along at home everybody..

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"voting member" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"I think we invest in young people protect the most vulnerable. Unfortunately will hurt sees that differently. Anyone else are only think about this imagine if the Senate judicial judiciary committee would have been all women how different the cabinet hearings would have been. And. Going to Johanna first. And then and then I think I'll. Oh that wasn't me. But I think that it was crayons are reflected. Who's at the table. Go ahead. Going gonna say actually as a teacher running for congress. I think that there's a unique perspective that that I can offer and I know Johannes as well. You know, I see what our families face every day, the diversity of my student population impacts my decisions, I can see the impact of healthcare or lack of health care for my my struggling families mental health when when families are struggling economically, and when the way that our budgets impact education, and how that has a roll up affect on our economies in our community. And ari. There are no women doctors currently in congress, and there's actually never been a democratic woman doctor who was full voting member in the house of representatives. So we're running to bring a voice to the table of expertise in healthcare because as there are sometimes sixteen men behind closed doors on the Senate side making decisions about women's health. I think congress needs a doctor in the house who's fought to defend our veterans and save our healthcare. The old saying is there a doctor in the house theater here woman? Doctor you're saying would be no. So I've been using first names because we have so many titles here, but Kyle Dr Horton speak to how that works. When you look at just the rink ignorance that many men have about the female side of healthcare, and what that means with everything from preventive medicine to contraception to the pregnancy. Because that has been a big issue got. To say for men in congress. It really has been and it's staggering the lack of knowledge and awareness, and it's even affected..

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"voting member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Our story getting commentary about well. He's been in his favorite rate hikes too hawkish. What what do you make them that kind of story Marvin has long history in the Federal Reserve? I think he's a top notch monetary economist, and you know, he understands how the economy works, and he could bring a lot to bear within the institution. Get back to the question of of rate hikes is here. What are you going to have to see? Rally in the stock market inflation or above target to to youth. You're watching everything. So as you watch what are the most important factor is to say, okay, you're voting member this year, I'm going in and I'm working for that rate hike at this meeting. Well, whether it's arguing for rate hike or just, you know, things things continue to look good. And I think we should continue along this fashion of of assessing the data. I I think, you know, continuing to confirm that the consumer is strong, you know, in spending and supporting the economy, the labour markets and important component of that. So continued employment growth is an important feature of that. Now, we are expecting employment sort of also decelerate because as a mature expansion, you get to that, you know, very mature point three hundred twelve thousand is a lot, and you don't expect that to be replicated, but strong labor markets are important businesses. Choosing to undertake continued investment decisions and expand or replace important equipment and structures is a very important aspect of that. So just you know, things that confirmed that the economy continues to be growing growing above trend for sure and also inflation continuing to move up and solidify around two percent and going above. To with healthy wage increases also could be another sign that the economy.

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"voting member" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"It's that is. The dumbest premise for any stupid letter. I've ever countered. That's crazy. Why would anyone think that you know, what I liked about? It is it sort of reinvigorated uh spirit of trying to reveal for twenty nineteen which is at untorn nineteen. I'm sort of done being outraged. I'm not going to get let myself get provoked or baited into sort of arguments like clues Twitter, but also just surf in the real world. So I think I kind of felt sort of your com- felt like nothing other than sort of avai click sort of frustration. But I'm just not going to sort of take marks bullshit. I'm not going to be outraged enough to be outraged by it, and I think also extends to sort of politics overall because having lunch with test Morris today who's obviously fantastic front of the show. We were talking about politics in the upcoming democratic stuff. And I said that I'm not going to sort of sit around and like listen to like, oh that person's to progressive or that person's too liberal or that person's to whatever. No, no, you can have your own opinion. But you don't get distorted tell me what my opinion is any more. And you can talk to tell me when I should be outraged. There should not be outraged. Yeah. I haven't seen something quite the stupid. I guess since like what fifteen minutes ago on Twitter, this kind of Twitter way of talking. He did long Twitter Twitter. And listen e you don't everybody knows the difference. Right. I mean, the funny thing is it used to be that a guy like Mark would write something like this. You would go home. My god. Like, I have to I have to get here. I have to combat this point by point. And there are so many marks out there who do this that you realize like, you know, what actually I I couldn't possibly rebut all of their stupidity. So go ahead. Whatever, you know, the Twitter mute function has been such a joy for me. Oh, isn't it? So nice. Yeah. So look in my mind, I read this just like you. So you and I both used to have comments on our blogs. And I remember going to turn comments off people were like, how could you possibly silence the conversation? It's like because I just I just don't care anymore. I literally don't care what your response is to this. Why this is my opinion, and you can have your opinion. But you don't get to sort of you don't get to come into my living room. It's to tell me your opinion. And so getting back to the golden gloves. If it all is that I think, oh, I didn't want to go because I was at your house playing DND. We just want. We've at the very end of the night. We said like oh my gosh. Filled award one for of spider verse Spiderman, yes, reverse fantastic. You know, what I did not Email him to congratulate him because I'd already congratulated on making great movie. And that's all that mattered. I am a voting member of the academy. I don't give a shit about the Academy Awards. I generally don't I don't I don't care who wins the awards. I've gone to him more is because it's nice to get dressed up and go to big fancy party. And that's what I wish awards really were was like a big fancy party to celebrate the cool movies. We made the course of twenty and eighteen and then we sort of put down our drinks and go back and make movies for twenty nineteen. But this whole long season of award stuff is just such bullshit..

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"voting member" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"voting member" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"First state of the union. You get see what she did there. It's HR fifty one. It'll be the fifty first Bill taken up by this new congress senators is for DC statehood. I don't want this to happen. I don't think that the district of Columbia should be a state. I don't think that they have proven that they are responsible enough to be a steak, frankly, they've had their chance at home rule. I don't think the district leadership in government necessarily has proven their worth that said there are many people have strong and passionate feelings about this. Whether you want DC to be a state or not is really not important to me. What's important to me is the why why if you if you do think DC deserves to be a state make your case and tell me why that would be a good thing for our nation. And why that should be a good thing for the district of Columbia. And if you oppose it, it's not good enough. I think at this point to oppose it and just say well because it's in the constitution. Because of course, I agree with you. And I also agree that if you do want to grant statehood to the district of Columbia. You don't do it through HR fifty one delegate Eleanor, Holmes Norton. This is why you're a nonvoting delegate because you can't just pass a law and change the constitution. You want to be the fifty first state, then amend the constitution. That said I think that there should be logical reasoned arguments about this because that's how we decide things here in this constitutional Republic. We actually make the arguments, and I would like to hear your argument one way or the other. This is going to be a major discussion for this. Congress is a matter of fact, it's a big deal to the Democrats. I, and and I think people who aren't paying attention might see well cats, you've got, you know, how many this is the one of the biggest cities in the country it continues to grow. You've got all these people living in Washington DC, and they don't have representation that's taxation without representation. They don't have a voting member of. Congress. They don't have two senators. They don't have a governor. Why shouldn't they be a state? All right. We'll make the argument. Triple eight six thirty w what is your argument for Oregon state at eight six three zero nine six two five. I..

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Jobs Report: Four Rate Hikes Now on the Table, Markets Suggest

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Jobs Report: Four Rate Hikes Now on the Table, Markets Suggest

"Wall street time strength in the employment and wage figures could fuel expectation the fed will hike rates for times but atlanta fed president brumfield pasta says he isn't concerned about slightly overshooting the two percent inflation target the trend is going in the right direction and i think we're gonna hit two percent sometime in the next quarter or two i'm actually very comfortable going above the two percent to some amount two point two two point three i don't think that's a that's a crisis of overheating necessarily atlanta fed bridget in buffalo bauch spoke exclusively to bloomberg a voting member of the fomc this year and a former jp mortgage as executive abundance being sounded out to replace deutchebanks ceo john cryan is according to people familiar with the talks recruiters contacted matt zane about the position saves is a former hedge fund trader who helped clean up j p morgan's london whale trading debacle facebook chief operating officer sheryl sandberg is speaking out about the data privacy crisis saying some advertisers have tails spending she also says her team has a long way to go to reassure customers san spoke with bloomberg's emily chang everyone wants to know the same thing which is argue protecting people's data i think the advertisers.

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