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"washington center" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"washington center" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Safe. Is it possible to see more insanity? In fact, is it possible? That the insanity in Olympia Washington Center of the left coast. Has reached peak it is and it will reach around the country. Tell you about it about 60. Seconds after we check traffic with right way traffic. Good morning. So far, Traffic is looking really well. I'm looking at the Valley Freeway and sing a couple of slow spots out of Sumner through Pacific and coming into Can't I'm looking at some slowing on North Bound five approaching 5 16. That's got me a little bit worried. It looks like we may have something here. I don't have reports of an accident or stall and I'm checking Google maps and not saying anything but this slowing that just ends right at 5 16. I'll get back to you and when we figure out what's going on here, That's am 7 70, Katie, th traffic live and local On AM 7 70 K t. Th You're independent, conservative host hot Hermann welcomes you to the Todd Herman show. Today is the day the Lord has made and I am thankful and glad within its and these are the times in which God has decided we will live and it's an opportunity for us to be well. Helpful on a temporal sense..

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"washington center" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"washington center" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Twelve was observed by afis to exit aircraft after landing and disembarkment of passengers to inspect the aircraft and then inspect the road. He returned to the aircraft in departed without filing an incident report. Afis requested firefighters to inspect the road. Who found a damaged road sign. Nothing nothing to see here oops okay. I like this to the investigation. Did not determine whether the pedestrian was aware of the risky incurred despite markings in the area presumably. They're gonna live tower there. Why don't they have a set of traffic lights on. The right is a good question. I don't know that there's a tower. There is there is no might be. i'm not sure. I don't know that anyone will spunky cowboy have not been there obviously to a place for you as you say. Okay i see on the picture of that tornado going over. There is a big spear so to interesting place for a a statue like that. Yeah and there's also a big white cross In a religious cross on the hillside just a little bit further up. So i'm assuming that some money didn't quite make lives near the wind. Sock is pointing the right direction. So that's true this point correct. Get fifteen nuts to me at least All right Next item in our news back from robert. He's at this in Andy said happy new year crew. Just making sure. This news made it to your into your queue. And it's a link to an nbc news dot com article and Has a basically. It's a picture and see a health. Go ahead and sh- now not gonna share it's One of those pictures of all the airplanes and the Like a radar. Twenty four was a called radar. Twenty four Flight radar twenty four flight. Radar twenty four Depiction of all these. Sorry i'm a little foggy added Flying over the country and then a right over the state of texas is like a big giant back there. No airplanes at alva lead avoid yes. Dfw atc closed due to covid nineteen cases. All those connections all those crew. This is going to be a logistical nightmare. this is you know this has been happening. Quite a bit in the past several months where somebody's been Diagnosed with cove it in a facility. And they go going to have to do a deep cleaning of this thing and there've been Sectors closed on and off And not just dfw. Or i guess be fort worth center but other washington center that was closed. One time we know. What was i going forget. Somewhere from. Charlotte to the northeast. Yeah we basically out over ohio to get their exactly so this has been happening on and off quite a bit lately in fact nashville or memphis centers The area around Their sex sectors around nashville were closed off and on and that wasn't to covid due to that new year's not nears christmas day. Rv bomber There in downtown nashville. I guess they had some issues with certain deanne. Actually i was. I was up and about when that happened. And yeah eight. Eight zero Quite interesting trying to get into into the dhl hub Around that area there is the we Came in from the north Went while to the east of and came around east to west And Obviously we had no idea what had happened. come to find out When we landed it but At at at never actually experienced anything like that before you know a a evolving situation like that and flight and it's something really that you you you really can't can't plan for because obviously it's nothing in the not because we were. We were airborne by then. I had to feel that i had so I get to the point. Where okay if it gets much worse. Where am i going to put this thing right. So i mean thankfully it worked fine but it's one of those. It's one of those instances where a little bit of uncertainty. It's it's not something that welcome especially when you don't know what's going to happen or you don't know what's happening because they won't tell you just atc zero so thankfully nothing happened with landed. No problem but But still that's when you appreciate the fact that you might have some extra contingency fuel onboard for well. I tell you i mean i i I'm in what's called the the back in the seven four i was the two tons slasher because you know every every every time they they they asked as for the field figure and if we could afford if we could if we had the room for it we'd always put two extra tons on top of whatever the the block fuel wasn't here on the seven six. I tend to do the same although we use pounds. So i'll go two thousand pounds twenty five hundred hundred top If i have room fort both on takeoff and landing weights and You know it's thing. Is i want once you take off. That's the fuel you have.

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"washington center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"washington center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The message there. But anyway, I did think the commercial with the frontline health care workers were was it was very powerful, but it was certainly not supported. By the rest of the advertising community. Let's just think about that one for a second. Couple of things on the docket to keep your eye on Now, you know, the Corona relief package, which we're all gonna get 600 bucks, But you know if we were in tree lockers someplace like that, we'd be getting hundreds and millions of dollars were not, But that's okay. Don't worry about that, or if we were the If we were the Washington Center for Performing Arts or whatever it's called in in Washington, D C. The Kennedy Center, Whatever it is, you know, getting 125 million pay no attention to that if we were You know, If this bill was passed before the election, we'd all get double the amount that we were getting now pay no attention to that. But pay attention to this. There is a National Defense Authorization act that has passed in both the House and the Senate. And President Trump has threatened to veto this because it lacks the repeal of section 2 30 now You've heard a lot about section 2 30 lately, But the section allows social media companies like Twitter like Facebook to censor content. Without any legal repercussions. This has been this is a big deal on the right. Leading up to the election because Twitter would they would flag things that the president tweeted or retweets on the hunter Biden investigation or the scandal. Retweets were not allowed. You couldn't Retweet The New York Post article. So the president Is making this an issue. The National Defense Authorization Act he's threatening to. He's threatening to veto it. Now. This thing made it through both chambers of Congress. Congress Rito proof majorities, which means that two thirds of the member In either the House or the Senate. We'll have the power to override the veto. If it happens, it appears to be veto proof, however. I think this is interesting, because I don't know anyone right now. That doesn't use Twitter or Facebook, and I don't know anyone at some point. With regards to Twitter or Facebook. That has not been outraged by something either one of those organizations have done. There are a lot of Republicans in the Senate. That are saying that they would be willing to support this veto. And many of them voted against the bill. In the initial vote, you got Holly in Missouri caught in Arkansas. Paul in Kentucky. He doesn't he doesn't like the new defense bill since it limits the president's ability to withdraw troops. So keep an eye on that because that's interesting. We all like to express ourselves on social media. That's what we do. We all like to express ourselves on Social media. And we all like to use that as a way of weighing in on the big topics of the day. But if it's being censored to a point where, just maybe once in an off while we have a dissenting view of what the people that run, those companies have Our voices could get like that. Keep it. I on that. I think that's interesting, and it may be something that comes to pass here. In the next week or so. That'll do it for me. Coming up. Next is I said Mike McConnell tomorrow on the show a lot to get to the stand Your ground law in Ohio. Is the governor really going to veto it? And if he does? What does that mean for you? If you're a gun owner, and how does that affect the Castle Act? We'll get into that tomorrow and also I'll be joined by The founding member. The group. You're I a heap, Mick Box, legendary voice.

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How extending unemployment benefits leads to a stronger recovery

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:27 min | 10 months ago

How extending unemployment benefits leads to a stronger recovery

"Long time right. So there's this team at georgetown the got access to the right data to answer this question. The bottom line is that workers can use unemployment benefits to meet their basic needs while they're out of work. They're able to take the time. They need to find the right job for them. Rather than taking the first thing that comes along this helps workers find jobs that pay more and it helps employers find workers with the skills that meet their needs and we call that a good job match which all makes sense but the ethos of unemployment in this country at least on a surface level is both for society and also for the individual is man. I gotta get off unemployment soon. Because i've got to get a job because i need to jump right exactly yeah. The entire research literature around unemployment insurance is really characterized by this idea. That the longer taking me to find a job the worse it is. This study is really exciting because the research team is turning that idea on its head and it's challenging this logic it. What if taking longer isn't actually bad. What if it's good. How does it talk to me about the mechanics. How is it better shirt. So when i have the money that i need to put food on the table to keep my lights on to pay the rent. It means that. I can take the time i need to find a job. That is the right match for my skills and my needs and so then when i get matched with that job take it so it takes a little bit longer but then i end up with a job that generally pays higher wages and takes advantage of the skills they have to offer. And if i'm passing off a job that is not a good fit for me at least that job open for a worker. Who is the right thing. And that's creating a chain reaction that spreads throughout the economy and then the flip side that if you take the job that isn't right not only will you be not happy and maybe not make as much money as you might ordinarily but you might eventually leave that job and then the spiral continues and then you get to. What j. Paul talks about all the time. Which is this lasting damage thing exactly right. So we see scarring effect. Unemployment that lasts throughout workers careers where they see lower wages ten twenty years into the future because they're matching with those wrong jobs so as we wait for congress to decide what it's going to do. Are we in that zone already where people are taking jobs. That maybe aren't the right fit right. Have we missed the boat as it. Were i absolutely do not think we have missed the boat. So the pandemic emergency unemployment compensation is expiring the day after christmas. And if we let it expire we're going to mmediately cut. Two million unemployed workers off from any income from unemployment benefits shorten their time on benefits for millions more. And that's going to start. This spiral of families hungry rent on paid workers. Taking bad job matches right now. Congress is in the middle of negotiations they have a chance to extend those pandemic emergency benefits so that workers can wait for job. That's right for them. Not only for their skills and their wages but also a job that is safe and is a match for their health needs and the health needs of their families. Alex cooled worth is the director of family economic security policy at the washington center for equitable. Growth alex thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you on wall street today. Not a whole lot of enthusiasm except for airbnb which on its first day of trading was up one hundred and

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"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

"Issue and come oh Suzanne phone reports. The dramatic surge in Corona virus cases nationwide is making the shortage of nurses even more dire are 140,000 nurses across Washington state that is a record high, the Department of Health says. Still, that is not enough nurses to care for all the people with covert 19 across the country. Nurses are being asked to work extra shifts to help care for this'll surging number of covert 19 patients in Puget Sound hospitals. There are enough hospital beds and nurses to care for the patients on hand way as the Department of Health Exactly How serious the nursing shortage is. When do we truly know when we're in trouble, But they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. Still, many nurses worry things could take a turn for the worst, especially as we approach a third surgeon cases. I talk to nurse Jacob Cosecha, Providence and Peter and Olympia. He works in the critic Carrying it with code 19 patients every day, he says. There are two covered 19 patients to each nurse. And, he says it's becoming increasingly difficult to get patients the quality care they need. We're going to get completely overrun on what will happen is somebody will have a heart attack won't even be Kobe. They'll just have a heart attack, and he won't be able to get treatment in time. Because we're gonna be so full. The Washington Center for Nursing tells me we're at a risk of losing our nurses to the physical and emotional toll. Many nurses are on the verge of burnout, having cared for covert 19 patients. For months on end and others are leaving their jobs to care for their kids who are learning remotely. Meanwhile, more more nurses are becoming infected themselves. Number of people filing for unemployment across the

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"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

"7 News Center Local nurse who's now advising the incoming Joe Biden administration on the pandemic, says she will speak from the heart and she'll make sure frontline workers have a voice and a one on one with Cuomo News. Jane Hopkins says she takes her experience is a nurse at Harborview advising the governor since covert arrived in Washington to the president elect. But she says, not just the doctors and nurses. It's others on the front lines she calls hero. It is the people that clean the rooms every day. It is people that give patients food everyday people that do the X rays everyday grocery workers. There are so many people that are heroes that are doing what they can and their voices is so essential and they see things that other people don't see happen. Says they're working. Make sure the new president's ready to go on day one with a focus on science and a unified effort to tamp down the virus. Staffing shortage in health care has become a worrisome issue and come oh Suzanne phone reports. The dramatic surge in Corona virus cases nationwide is making the shortage of nurses even more dire are 140,000 nurses across Washington state that is a record high, the Department of Health says. Still, that is not enough nurses to care for all the people with covert 19 across the country. Nurses are being asked to work extra shifts to help care for this'll surging number of covert 19 patients in Puget Sound hospitals. There are enough hospital beds and nurses to care for the patients on hand way as the Department of Health Exactly How serious the nursing shortage is. When do we truly know when we're in trouble, But they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. Still, many nurses worry things could take a turn for the worst, especially as we approach a third surgeon cases. I talk to nurse Jacob Cosecha, Providence and Peter and Olympia. He works in the critic Carrying it with code 19 patients every day, he says. There are two covered 19 patients to each nurse. And, he says it's becoming increasingly difficult to get patients the quality care they need. We're going to get completely overrun on what will happen is somebody will have a heart attack won't even be Kobe. They'll just have a heart attack, and he won't be able to get treatment in time. Because we're gonna be so full. The Washington Center for Nursing tells me we're at a risk of losing our nurses to the physical and emotional toll. Many nurses are on the verge of burnout, having cared for covert 19 patients. For months on end and others are leaving.

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Hospitals desperate for nurses and doctors amid virus surge

News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 10 months ago

Hospitals desperate for nurses and doctors amid virus surge

"Issue and come oh Suzanne phone reports. The dramatic surge in Corona virus cases nationwide is making the shortage of nurses even more dire are 140,000 nurses across Washington state that is a record high, the Department of Health says. Still, that is not enough nurses to care for all the people with covert 19 across the country. Nurses are being asked to work extra shifts to help care for this'll surging number of covert 19 patients in Puget Sound hospitals. There are enough hospital beds and nurses to care for the patients on hand way as the Department of Health Exactly How serious the nursing shortage is. When do we truly know when we're in trouble, But they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. Still, many nurses worry things could take a turn for the worst, especially as we approach a third surgeon cases. I talk to nurse Jacob Cosecha, Providence and Peter and Olympia. He works in the critic Carrying it with code 19 patients every day, he says. There are two covered 19 patients to each nurse. And, he says it's becoming increasingly difficult to get patients the quality care they need. We're going to get completely overrun on what will happen is somebody will have a heart attack won't even be Kobe. They'll just have a heart attack, and he won't be able to get treatment in time. Because we're gonna be so full. The Washington Center for Nursing tells me we're at a risk of losing our nurses to the physical and emotional toll. Many nurses are on the verge of burnout, having cared for covert 19 patients. For months on end and others are leaving their jobs to care for their kids who are learning remotely. Meanwhile, more more nurses are becoming infected themselves. Number of people filing for unemployment across the

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Hospitals desperate for nurses and doctors amid virus surge

News, Traffic and Weather

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Hospitals desperate for nurses and doctors amid virus surge

"In health care has become a worrisome issue. Come Oh, Suzanne Faan reports. The dramatic surge in Corona virus cases nationwide is making the shortage of nurses even more dire are 140,000 nurses across Washington state that is a record high, the Department of Health says. Still, that is not enough nurses to care for all the people with covert 19. Across the contrary, nurses were being asked to work extra shifts to help care for the surging number of covert 19 patients in Puget Sound hospitals. There are enough hospital beds and nurses to care for the patients on hand way as the Department of Health Exactly How serious the nursing shortage is, When do we truly know when we're in trouble, But they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. Still, many nurses worry things could take a turn for the worst, especially as we approach a third surgeon cases. I talk to nurse Jacob Cosecha, Providence Sing Peter and Olympia. He works in the critical care unit with code 19 patients every day, he says. There are two covered 19 patients to each nurse, and, he says, it's become Increasingly difficult to get patients the quality care they need. We're going to get completely overrun on what will happen if somebody will have a heart attack won't even be coded. They'll just have a heart attack, and they won't be able to get treatment in time. Because we're gonna be so full. The Washington Center for Nursing tells me we're at a risk of losing our nurses to the physical and emotional toll. Many nurses are on the verge of burnout, having cared for covert 19 patients for months on end and others are leaving their jobs to care for their kids who are learning remotely. Meanwhile, more more nurses are becoming infected themselves. Number of people

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Report details solitary confinement practices at Northwest detention center in Tacoma near Seattle

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Report details solitary confinement practices at Northwest detention center in Tacoma near Seattle

"Detention Center. Their letter to the Department of Homeland Security was prompted by a report from the University of Washington Center for Human Rights that detailed the use of solitary confinement, inadequate health care and medical neglect at the center. The letter demands an immediate investigation into the recent allegations of violence against detained immigrants and a comprehensive review of the use of solitary confinement at that detention center. The election for Snohomish mayor is a year away, but already a candidate has emerged.

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"washington center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Leaving the Labor Force. One of the reasons the unemployment rate fell in this morning's report was something called the Labor Force participation rate. Basically, how many people are out there? Looking for work right now, and there were fewer of them last month, so the raid fell and especially women, four times more women than men dropped out of the Labor force last month. That continues a trend we've seen since this pandemic started. And it's a reality that is going to have long term ramifications for this economy. Marketplaces Justin Ho is on that one. Women disproportionately hold the types of jobs that have been lost during the pandemic, says economics professor Betsy Stevenson. At the University of Michigan. There's the caring job socialising jobs, the jobs where we need to interact with other people, Teachers, retail workers, nurses Women. Also there more responsibility than men at home, says Ya know Rogers of the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University. In terms of the gap in doing child care and housework that has grown even more. A quarter of women are considering reducing hours switching to a less demanding jobs or leaving the workforce altogether, according to a report this week from the consulting firm McKinsey and Company. Leaving the labor force has long term implications for women, says Kate Bond that the Washington Center for Equitable Growth reduces Future income increases produces retirement contributions it reduces with the ability to move up the career ladder. Women dropping out of the workforce threatens to end decades of progress. As women's Paya slowly started to rise, Bond says that's boosted economic growth. And when we lose that, as they are in this current recession, we can imagine that is goingto have really long term significant impact on the health of our economy. The economy will eventually bring back jobs in those industries that disproportionately employ women, says economist Sarah How's that? Wells Fargo? Do you look at the demographics of this country? We're only going to need more and more health care that's mostly male dominated industry that there is but women who rejoin the workforce when those jobs come back, will still pay a price. I'm just in Ho for marketplace. Okay, a smidge More labor market news here.

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"washington center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Globe, The Bloomberg business and Bloomberg radio dot com Thiss is Bloomberg markets. Well shot. Stein joins in a few minutes, Dean off deals on Wall Street and, of course, co CEO of Ever Corps, And We also speak with Claudia some on her column on Bloomberg Opinion. Widening education Gap may Tear the economy apart, important conversation in a moment first, Let's get a Bloomberg business last from Gregg Jarrett. Dr. Edging higher Bonnie on Wall Street ahead of the decisions in this great policy about Federal Reserve's scheduled for this afternoon, which you will hear live here on the radio venture Drum PAL outlined a new strategy of last month where it may keep providing support even if inflation rises above its target level. So, as we say, markets or higher looks look at the numbers, the SNP is up a quarter of a percent of nine Down off earlier eyes is still up. 3/10 of 1% of 95, then the NASDAQ is little changed up five. The 10 year is up to 30 seconds. The yield 300.67% West Texas Intermediate Cruise up 2.5% at 39 20th Barrel connects goals of a 10% at 1960 10 announced Valerie and is currently wanted for 80 90 euros. 18 18 and the British have the dollars 29 68 snowflakes I P. O isn't just creating new fortunes its head into the wall. It's some of Silicon Valley's biggest names, iconic capital, multi family officers. Clients include Facebook's Zuckerberg, Lincoln's Reid Hoffman that Twitter's Jack Dorsey took part in a multiple snow flake funding rounds begin in 2017 is 12% stake in the company purchased for 245 million. It's now worth more than $4 billion. That's a Bloomberg Business Flash on Greg Jared Bloomberg opinion, informed Perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. It is 10 33 on Wall Street time for Bloomberg opinion. Today We're joined by Claudia, some director of macro economic policy for the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, also a Bloomberg opinion. Columnist. Claudia is a former Federal Reserve economists and creator of the samba REL. A recession indicator. Claudia. Thanks so much for joining.

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"washington center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on KTOK

"Here's Rick Adelman. Welcome to the Rick Adelman show on a post Labor Day weekend weekend. I wonder how long I can get away saying that well, That's just great nuts. Went home after Labor Day. No, I'm still here, and I'm glad you're here with me as well. Well, we have a lot of topsy turvy anus going on in the stock market over the past week and a half or so, As I warned you about first last weekend, it has persisted through this week. We're going to talk a lot about that. I'm also going to give you some data about Joe Biden and Donald Trump. And their legislative ideas regarding taxes. So stay tuned for that. But you clearly are well aware of the incredible volatility that we have seen in the stock market this past week. It began last week, a couple of days before Labor Day, which spurred my comments to you last weekend. On Tuesday. This week after you had all weekend worry about it. The Dow fell dramatically falling another 600 points on Tuesday two and a quarter percent. The NASDAQ was even worse down 4%, the S and P down about three. That was Tuesday, though that was a long time ago. In the days since then, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, we have seen massive yo yoing in the market On Wednesday, the market jumped The way it had fallen on Tuesday. It was really kind of crazy Thursday and Friday saw continued volatility in the market, and it wasn't just the major market indexes. It was individual stocks On Tuesday, Tesla fell 21% It's worst single day. Ever Now you can't cry too much for the year. Tesla is still up for 100%. Why am I mentioning it? Therefore, because I don't think you made 400% buying tests like you probably didn't by Tesla's stock at all. But even if you did by Tesla, I'm willing to bet you're not up for 100%. Because I'll bet you didn't own it. As of January 1 of this year more likely. The people who bought Tesla's stock bought it after it started making huge amounts of gains. Meaning you bought it at the high on Ly to suffer that 21% loss earlier this week. In other words, most people have a really bad sense of timing, and this is why in a volatile market like this, it's really important that you ignore the day to day gyrations in the marketplace, and you instead stay focused on your highly diversified portfolio and your long term goals. Periodic re balancing isn't going to hurt you either. It's a key function of the work we do for our clients here at settlement financial engines, and if you don't have an advisor doing it for you, if you're not doing it for yourself, you need to make sure it does indeed get done. Finally, what we are beginning to see in this tumultuous turmoil in the marketplace. Is The beginning signs of a connection between the stock market and the economy. I've been lamenting with you over the past five months that there was a massive disconnect between stock prices and what's happening in the economy were beginning now in this past 10 days to start to see Summerlee semblance of a re connection because we know the drill. I mean, I'll give you the statistics. But you already know the numbers. 22 million jobs lost in March and April alone on Lee. Nine million of those jobs have been regained. We've got 29 million people, unemployed job postings for those who are looking for work the job postings on those job hunter websites They're down 20% from a year ago. And with everything going on with schools being closed K through 12, as well as many universities, Children under the age of 14, who have ordinarily been sent off to school now staying home, According to one new study released this week. 4.3 million American adult workers. Are gonna have to stay home because they can't find child care arrangements, and that means they have to voluntarily quit their jobs. And that means they're not being counted among the unemployed because they've quit and they're not seeking new work. If they were counted, the unemployment rate would be 2.6 points higher than what you're seeing being released. By the Department of Labor and the Department of Commerce in the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And Oh, by the way, those who do have jobs, low wage workers they're struggling, according to the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, 20% of low wage workers are being paid less than minimum wage. Why? Because their employers have run out of money. They want to pay them, but they'd lack the cash. They're desperately trying to stay open. Stay in business, and everybody's working hard and hoping it all works out. But it might not work out for a lot of restaurants in New York state, the State restaurant association says 64% of the state's restaurants are likely to close by the end of the year, half of them before November. Well, we know what's going on. We are having a dramatic reduction in employment, which means a dramatic reduction in tax revenue with a corresponding increase in federal spending. Because of the stimulus packages and all the money the government is spending on the vaccine efforts. As a result, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The federal deficit is going to triple this year to $3.3 trillion. It's the largest percentage of our GDP since 1945. Yes, it was World War two. That took it to be a cz. Bad as it is today. The federal debt is now almost 100% of our GDP, which means we owe as much money as we're generating in productivity on a national basis. It's hitting not only the federal level but also with the state and local level. State and local governments have already cut 1.3 million jobs. Budget shortfalls for all 50 States plus DC 500 billion over the next two years, and that is assuming the pandemic doesn't get any worse. We're seeing cuts in a wide variety of ways because states are required to balance their budgets..

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"washington center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Lisa Taylor over 60 people have been rescued from a wildfire burning the mountains of Central California. The Fresno Fire Department says the creek fire in the Sierra National Forest is injured a dozen people, two of them critically. Last night 63 people were airlifted from the mammoth pool reservoir near Oakhurst, California Campers in the area had to be flown to safety after the wildfire blocked off the on ly Road out. Former vice president Joe Biden is leading President Trump In a new poll. The Democratic presidential candidate came out 7% points on top with 49% of the vote, according to the Harvard Caps Harris survey. While Trump is seen as the stronger candidate on the economy, Biden is preferred on nearly every other issue. British authorities are reporting a mass stabbing in the city of Birmingham. BBC says police were called to a stabbing incident early Sunday morning in the city Centre. Officers say a number of other stabbings were reported in the area around the same time incident is under investigation. That's the latest I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm to these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom Investors are on high alert for more volatility in the coming week after that sudden sell off in U. S stocks on Thursday. Claudia Psalm is director of macroeconomic policy at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. She says the U. S economy will remain unstable until we get more pandemic stimulus from Congress. So I have seen no compelling argument about why we should not act Right now. The cost of doing too little are going to cost us for decades and we are seeing The haves and the have nots split apart from each other. We are in track for a very serious rise in inequality, and that is to a detriment of the whole economy..

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"washington center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Know Kitch did Looks like Rob Gronkowski to me. Anybody anybody? Mom's buzz bombs head, he looks He looks like Gronk to me. Yeah, yeah. Bombs that grants from probably play some good basketball as well, man. You think you can buy many can. He's got big hands. Yeah, right, right. Okay, This concludes the fun part of the program Know fun, at least for a moment Darius guys who was released by the Washington Red Football team, almost Washington Center Redskins football team, the former second round pick Darius Geiss earlier this month after allegations I believe three separate domestic violence charges against not allegations he was arrested in Virginia for now. There are two women who say Darius guys raped them in 2016 when he was Ah, running back freshman running back at L s u. They were students. They reported it. Ah, to multiple people at L s U and clean, including at least two coaches and athletic administrator and a nurse. They say that the school failed to investigate. Not awesome. No, not a good sign. They're not good here. I tell you what. Let's start with the less you angle here because Vito, I did not. I did not see the story that you had eyes on. There's a quote from Ed Orgeron. That's particularly disturbing me. And it's the extra disturbing to me because I love hearing at Orgeron say things I love head. Orgeron quotes This was no good. Apparently one of the Alleged victims. There was also a boyfriend to another. Darius was a boyfriend on the same team with various guys. And so he didn't her boyfriend was on the team. Yes, OK, so he always wanted he didn't talk to Darius because he was afraid that the you know the Blank would hit the fan. He wouldn't be control himself. And apparently coach. Oh, went up to him and told him he shouldn't be bothered by it because, according to the former player, quote, coach Oh said, Everybody's girlfriend, faith with other prey Bowl. They sleep around. They sleep around. A lot of people. Now are my ham sandwich. That was not a fun coach was, but yeah, also what I want you to be. Quote unquote. Everybody's girlfriend sleeps with other people. From Coach O l s u Football. We've got a serious problem here with various guy situation, Coach. Oh, hold my terrible and alone And look obviously that this would this would be you know, awful at any time. But 2016. I'm trying to think of the timeline. This is post Baylor. This is post art Briles. Yes, And you know That's what they said They didn't the school didn't filed title nine in that to me, that should be criminal. And yeah, they were. I would presume that there is an investigation on here has less. You commented on this if they said you know that they because there should be at least record of these girls making Ah, you know, putting these claims forward? I don't know. I don't know what we're doing. We're doing here, but it seems we are well past the time where it should even be a consideration. Can we sweep this under the rug? Right? That's ah thing that's gone on in college football and in the world for you for a million years, But really, we're still we're still doing this. Well, you know, I remember the famous case here here in Austin during the Charlie strong here. He, although to win too long were charged with sexual assault and then with trial they took the first one the trial and the guy was found not guilty. And they dropped the charges against the second football player and these football players were kicked out of college. They were kicked out of the University of Texas after these allegations, and it's like the famous Paul Newman movie absence of malice. Where do I get my reputation back? They didn't get given back their scholarships. They didn't let him back in school. I agree that you know you. We do need some due process here and and to be fair. To Darius guys, and I thought when Charlie strong kick the guy's off the team, I'm like a man to have him stop playing, But they don't You know the courts corner, right? Let the courts right and sure you can ask questions in 2016. How come we're hearing about this now? Just following the you know the arrest while his his name while he's easy to point the finger at I don't know. I don't know. Look women, But I also say due process is fair. Yes, And apparently like a lot of allegations on a lot of different fronts are coming out about this guy. That's why he was cut like I don't even know. I don't even know if the Washington football team had heard about the less you think, as they were. They were already investigating a different domestic situation. That was my eyes Ask, Got cut. My next question. Move the Washington football team. Are they the worst franchise in sports? I mean, I don't know that all of this. It should be connected. But just look. I mean, you have a TV you currently have. Ah, Ah place filler name because you finally after 100 years were forced to give up your racist name. You just fired a whole bunch of people because of a culture of oh, man, sexual misconduct And besides giggle, I think that you're bad at winning football games he'd never win Football games. Trent Williams, one of the best players on your team refused to play for you last.

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"washington center" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"washington center" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"All right and we're back were here with Washington Center in Potential First Round Pick Isaiah Stewart he was the gatorade national player of the year in high school averaged seventeen points and nine rebounds. This year for Washington was first team. All PAC twelve was consistently among guys that when I talked to opposing coaches the played Washington or you know played a bunch of different players around the country. They spoke in such glowing terms about how dominant and how difficult of a problem Isaiah Stewart was to solve. So Isaiah, thank you for coming on man I'm really glad to have you. Know Serrano pro deadly thankful to be here reshaped fab. So. The thing that I open with for every prospect that I have on the show is simply to give you the space to describe your game in your own words. Can you just Kinda give me a breakdown of what you do? Well, what you don't do well, what you see your game as yes. So you know if I was to describe my body definitely say I'm just a more of those guys knows do anything anything on floor to win? No, all the things as you know not pretty that might not show up in you know the stats sheets after the game but you know I'll show talk about you know I'm a guy with a high motor no guy with a will not be A. Bruise very physical and. loved him on the floor and you know guys who really haven't seen my game some people knocking shoot the boss on. Don't think can shoot it. But now I I can shoot the rockers A. Let's start with that motor because I think it just permeates everything that you do on the basketball court. There's never really a moment where you're not playing hard. Like that just is something that the first time I saw you when you're playing with city rocks in the U I L. That jumped off the page off the court to me immediately. That motor come from from within you. Why do you play his heart? Is You do? Definitely say that mother I. Get that hard work. From you know from my dad growing up. On my used to always pops work so hard He came here to the states from Jamaica to you know pick..

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Seattle - Washington State Hit Hard By Unemployment Fraud

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Seattle - Washington State Hit Hard By Unemployment Fraud

"The State of Washington admitted yesterday that has lost hundreds of millions of dollars to bogus. Unemployment claims this is the latest and biggest example of an increasing number of pandemic related fraud cases. Npr's Martin Kostya reports. The crisis has created ideal conditions for scammers. By last weekend. It was already pretty clear that something bad was happening to Washington. State's unemployment system Jevon West is an associate professor at the University of Washington Seattle. I get this email from my gain that said Oh my identity has been stolen. Yours might be to you better. Check turns out. Somebody was impersonating university faculty members using their names and social security numbers to apply unemployment benefits and West found that his idea was being misused. This way too. I have colleagues across the university in the medical school in the law school and every single group that I've talked to there was at least some and in some cases many had their identity stolen there have been similar reports from all across Washington and the state now acknowledges that there have been tens of thousands of bogus unemployment claims and just a few weeks. It's lost hundreds of millions of dollars or will I did eight jaw-dropping figure yesterday the State's Commissioner for Employment Security. Suzy Levine held zoom. Press conference about what happened. She wouldn't give many details because a team of federal investigators is trying to track down the criminal network behind this and get the money back but when asked whether the state had been taking enough precautions against this kind of fraud. She pointed to the pandemic and the urgency of the economic crisis overbalanced. How do we balance getting that money out? Broadly and quickly with clamping down in order to keep out the criminals and the fraudsters cybercrime gangs always like it when governments are in a hurry to disperse money and now there's trillions of dollars in aid flowing out of Congress. The race is on. Patrick Peterson is the founder of email security company called Gary. It's been monitoring a major west African cybercrime gang watching as it attacks. The unemployment systems of at least eight states. They're trying to get to the websites to register to fill in the information to fill out claim and get those funds before the people who are actually do them can do so. Experts think the gangs are filling out those claim forms by drawing on the ocean of personal information about us. That's been stolen in recent years. For instance from facts in two thousand seventeen eve of Alaska's a CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center a nonprofit that helps victims it. Also tracks data breaches. But she says right now. That kind of hacking isn't the priority for these criminals Ria the number of breaches occurring actually fall this quarter. But that's because they're they're no longer seeking out the data now they're trying to monetize it and they're not going after just government money. There's also been a jump. In pandemic themed scams that target individuals for instance fake warnings that you've been exposed to the corona virus to be able to use a nugget of truth and then spend their yard and now because things are so disorienting it does tend to put us in a position where we think well is that true. I mean it could be because I never thought this could happen and I'm living it and that has some disturbing implications if scammers pretend to be say contact tracers then. How will people respond to a call from real contact tracers? Jevon West. The academic whose identity was stolen at the start of this story the University of Washington Center for an informed public. He happens to study misinformation and disinformation. He calls this pandemic long-term state of uncertainty. And when there's so much uncertainty you get these knowledge vacuums. That sort of attract opportunists. Send propaganda that are either trying to push narrative that are trying to sow confusion the trying to just make a buck and there are lots of people trying to make a buck right now around it. Now that his own identities been used for fraud. West says he's resolved to do more at his center to alert the public to Cova scams and the damage they do to our ability to figure out what's real in an unreal time.

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"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on KOMO

"Did issue a short statement earlier today saying in part the big knowledge the incident that happened last night that they have police and security here to respond to an incident if it were to take place and any more information coming from last night's incident will be coming in federal way police. quite awhile to start your weekend here the Puget Sound Seattle police novice to getting two separate shootings that left four people hurt the first creating a scene outside a nightclub on pine street when officers arrived at heard gunshots ring out two men who were hit one was shot four times but police say both men are expected to be okay tonight one person is behind bars second shooting here a drive by just before eight thirty last night in Seattle Seattle's Rainier view neighborhood when assessing to nineteen year olds were sitting in a car when they were hit by gunfire both young men expected to be okay so far no arrests in this case please follow who's been posting homophobic flyers that businesses in downtown Olympia telling them to take down or gay pride flag skulls and fun as more the incident and help the community already showing support to help out it's business as usual inside the gas we salon in downtown Olympia would step outside and you'll see why some employees are still rattled the from window this business was shattered late Wednesday night it was completely blown out it's got wrenching to see this because then we just replace this window September seventh just days before someone posted this flyer right beside the pride flag it says attention you are in violation of natural laws of decency please remove your gay flag from your business facade police are looking into with the broken window and fly are connected several other businesses were also impacted by the flyers but I know Dillinger's had one posted I know the film society had one posted and I know I heard yesterday that the Washington center had one posted as well it's not an isolated incident.

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"washington center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Call this place. The knock it's big. Updates. on the north washington center it's a roughly four thousand flight dance card every day had weather mechanical breakdowns delay flight crews improvisational dispatch performed here day and night and that day in march when the f._a._a. said park your max is right now demanded a whole lot of improv tim anderson is the superintendent of dispatch on the bridge in the network operation center we had to go in and find flights basically lines that flights weren't looked very full on and cancel flights and then piece things together to where we were able to run an operation with thirty five less airplanes unlike united american delta southwest doesn't utilize a hub and spoke network but flies point to point instead the southwest jet will start the morning in oklahoma city dallas love field in austin on the houston hobby turn west of phoenix followed by san jose and in the evening in portland if that plains a max that's one hundred seventy five seats time six flights somewhere around a thousand passengers with no play that day multiply that by thirty five maxi's you've got an unholy mess You on standby for the five thirty five. and it will get you there later so at southwest home airport dallas love field operations have largely returned to normal the airline has grown into such a myth that the grounded max's represent just six percent of the airlines flying operations how this extended grounding plays out financially for south west is an interesting issue the impact of the mass is a net negative financially to southwest airlines andrew waterson is an executive v._p. and chief revenue officer for south west waterson says fewer seats to sell means less revenue even though few receipts also translates into those seat prices going up yes prices are set by supplying the man in the marketplace so undoubtedly there's some impacted us but it's a net negative we wish it happened the cost in foregone revenue due to the grounding bad weather and other factors was north of two hundred million dollars in the first quarter still the airline managed to to beat analyst expectations in spite of ten thousand counseled flights but airline analysts like helene becker at cowan say the max grounding will act as a drag on the carrier through the lucrative summer months and not just southwest either we've said it's in the hundreds of millions of dollars possibly as high as a billion for the airlines in the americas but because it's a moving target we haven't been able to quantify it specifically south west has left it's thirty five boeing seven thirty-seven max's off their base schedule through labor day although that's almost certain to be extended into the fall regulators at the f._a._a. of indicated the max could stay grounded through the end of the year wade goodwin n._p._r. news dallas you're listening to w._n._y._c. coming up next on marketplace when startups need funding they often turn to the world of venture capital but while the industry may be able to help launch new businesses it's also very exclusive if we can demystify the business and make it feel acceptable to people who are not in new york and boston and california i think that actually might have a positive impact from overall diversity inclusion the industry that's marketplace coming up next support for w._n._y._c. comes from mohawk mountain house located in the hudson valley family owned.

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"washington center" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Doing. At the courthouse is Brooke and Jubal in the morning. Remember, though, I'm performing this Friday and Olympia at the Washington center for the performing arts, probably the least classic thing that they'll have their all year and get tickets at ugly tickets dot com, but before which doing at the courthouse. How do you know if your relationship is going to go the distance? Well, you could hire a licensed therapist might ask you and your partner about your physical attraction communication trust experimentation. Let's goes on and on. But unfortunately on this show. We don't really have the time or energy to hire real. So instead, we're going to bring young Jeffery in-studio latex gloves to give our exam. Jeff. Go ahead and do your thing. Well, there's a website called courts that's making national headlines this morning because they just put together a quick online quiz that uses data for more than four thousand couples to figure out your chances of breaking up, and how soon that might happen. Okay. And you only have to enter four pieces of information into the quiz in order to figure it out way better than any other online quiz. I've ever taken questions. Now. I know that I'm like, Jennifer Aniston, exactly. So we're going to give the test right now, we're going to start with you, Jubal and your relationship. The for the first question is how long have you guys been together you when you're? Partner like a year almost two years. General. Okay. One to two years. Okay. And you are married or not married. Mary. And how would you rate your relationship on? Would you say it's very poor poor fair. Good or excellent. Excellent. It's an exaggeration. And my family makes more or less than seventy five thousand dollars a year. Are we talking about the kids and stuff they make less? Sure. But with with all the combined incomes in your house, more more, okay? Ooh, this is interesting. So the result is it says your cases rare there's not enough data to make an estimate based on your unique situation. Maybe try leaving some of the inputs empty and try again, so very inconclusive. Future of your relationship, Jubal. It's a really good test. Great. Happened. Honestly,.

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"washington center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's why I thought the pick it up of a DeMarcus as greater talent is he was I. I just think that this gives them a chance to focus on something else. And they need that more than anything. Like right now. That's all everybody. You know what I mean? How does he sit in and you know, all this? And I think it's good it. It gives them a different focus and something to something to work on other than the whole home by their standards of time just win games and get the number one seed, and then defend in April may and June. I know we've talked about this before. But I'll bring it up again since the rockets not too long ago had a game where they shot seventy seventy three. Shots. Where are we headed PG? I mean, where are we headed to where in five years routines are averaging are everybody's averaging forty point forty three point shots a game. I don't have a problem with the problem with a lot it's raised. But I, you know, for it to be the the end, all no, I hope not. And that's one of the reasons I hope to to Marcus the other skills. He has come into play at some point, you know, that they made them when it does bog down a little bit. Or maybe one of those nights when the, you know, clay's not making ten in a row did they throw the ball inside? They do some other things or you know, it's a big possession late in the game. You know, it still comes down. And I I don't know that you necessarily want to come down and jacket three in the first five or seven seconds of a one possession game in the playoffs. So I hope it doesn't go so much that way. But I you know, I mean, I I love the excitement I love the it's a different kind of defense. Tommy, we talked about that. I. I was up in Oregon last time, I was on with you. And it's a different way of teaching defense. Now, how do you descend? It's it's made some of the things we used to do in pick and roll defence. You can't do it anymore. You almost have to which out against a lot of these guys, you know, the pick and pop guys when you put I mean, I I actually thought that shows you how dumb I am years ago. I thought which she million Steph and K D pick and rolls, and they really don't do it all that much. I thought they'd do it like twenty times a game and say go ahead figure this out how you gonna defend this. So I it's intriguing. I think it's made things more challenging for the defensive coaches, the coaches that you know, we're trying to stop these teams. But I just hope it doesn't. I don't wanna see thirty Houston's. I I respect what might do in the way Houston plays. But I I still rather see some other people, and and they're they're still. That many shooters. I mean, you know, it's one thing when you've got a whole slew shooters like the warriors or some other teams have. But there's a lot of teams that they shoot threes her out of their mind. These guys can't make threes. If they're the only guys on the court. Let me give you one pack twelve question. What happened to the Talon the Pac twelve you know, what young? I what talent. There was moved on. You know, the obvious there. You're all modern some some of the teams that just a draft picks and everything, but I'll tell you what I I've I've done a lot of Pac twelve there's a lot of young talent. There's a lot of freshmen sophomore talent. And most of them are not one and done. I I do think it's gonna get better. Mike Hopkins up here in Seattle. Yes. Late recruiting year already to some other guys inside. I think they will be good or not good right now. I think there's two route three really good teams in. I still think they're gonna get three. Everybody's saying. It's a one bid league teams have to win out a couple of teams have got dominate. But I I am like in a lot of the young players in the league. Which are so many teams would not experience in so many of these young guys, and they're not quite good enough to be one and done, which is good news. If you're their coach in the future, but bad news, if you gotta play these guys this year, and we're not we're not talking like Duke freshman, we're talking freshman that are really talented. They're playing like freshman. Well, at least I know we'll get one. For sure. Now, we're gonna get more than two or three. We'll revisit it when it comes to March. I really think we're going to get two or three. Yeah. That'd be fine. We'll do it around March. I'd lie. I'd love to see him get as many as possible. I've watched a few games this year. This it's not it's not an impressive league this year. This really isn't. No, tell me about it. You know, you've been doing? Thanks J. We always appreciate you coming on with us. Thanks J careless. He he talked about Hopkins. They got a guy way from Kentucky did Washington center. And they got a kid. I guess there's a kid in Federal Way, which obviously, you know, is just outside Seattle. That kid washing would be after that helps you but Washington would be well, no, you know, has the number one recruiting class in the country next year. Right. We do they really. Yeah. USC's number two. Wow. How many times have better top five class a lot? Exactly. But no that'd be impressive of number one. And number two. We're in the in the Pac twelve and then this big five starts center goes to Washington. And like, I think I think basketball's a much better chance at turning around quicker than football. Football's just very disappointing. Absolutely. We're open. We've got about an hour. We're going to get bursting in here for an hour an hour and talk about the hall of fame ballots have been herbal reset that really quickly next on Nightingale at six we'll get into all those whose in and a very Roger Clements situation. But in the meantime, I know you missed out on talking about the NFL yesterday. Obviously saints Rams and the patriots and the cheese will get into that a little bit a lot of debate obviously and the ref call on overtime rules. All that stuff will reset that next only here on the sports leader. But first here is your latest. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"washington center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Streaming and you can listen to the show as well on a cycle. If you missed anything can listen after the show finishes, but after share with you what I did this morning. There's a wonderful institution in the city called the Washington center. And they organize internships for American students from around the country at key institutions here in the nation's capital when I was a professor at National Defense University, the Washington center, sent me some very very able interns and now thanks to the auspices of the wonderful Steve Scully from C span, an amazing man and a real patriot. I was invited to address a few hundred of these Washington center students who'd come here for a two three week. School if you will national security and politics in the city. And I was invited to talk to them about President Trump and the Trump doctrine. And Steve Scully emceed the event asked me some great questions, and then we open the floor up to the students, and I got some superb superb questions, and I want to share with you the last one. Last one was from an African American young student. A man very polished. I only give you his ethic the nomination because I want to break how the left uses it against us to divide us because this man was a conservative and they asked the question. How what advice do you give us as conservatives on campus? It's taken over by liberal insanity. And political correctness I told them look, I've got no excuse when I was eight years old. I saw the scars on. My father's wrist. Away. He was bound together with wire. So the secret police could hang him from the ceiling of the torture chamber where he was tortured under the communist dictatorship in Hungary. So I I have it's in my blood. It's in my gene code. I can't not fight for the values. I believe in. If you don't have that in new I just ask you to consider. What you owe this nation? Think of what John F Kennedy told us think of what this president is doing for you working without pay working in the White House right now. A man who takes the things in arrows of a disgusting media that calls him an anti Semite a white supremacist bigot. A man whose grandchildren are orthodox Jews? A man who has so reformed our nation, and it's a Konami that his popularity amongst African Americans alone has doubled in the last year. Why because we have the lowest Hispanic and African American unemployment since record keeping began. If he can stand up for the truth and take the attacks that he does we owe it to him. We need not to back down. If you believe that you are blessed to live in this nation. The only nation founded on the principles of individual liberty and freedom based upon the fact that we are made in the image of our creator. Then don't let them get away. With the lies point out. The lies pushback social media is incredibly important, even if we're censored and throttled get on there and be part of the solution. If you're a student open a chapter of turning point USA on your campus. Charlie Kirk his warriors for freedom. They are part of the solution. He's on our show every week talking about the threat that complacency and social socialist ideas represents to all of us. So my advice to you is take a long hard look in the mirror. And ask yourself. What are you doing to keep the Republic safe? Are you standing up to the truth? Are you calling out the liars? Are you pushing back on the fake news on social media? Because if you are God bless you. You are part of the America.

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"washington center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"washington center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Speaking with reporters on the south lawn before walking to Marine One and the area was shoveled. We had a big snowstorm in Washington yesterday ten inches of snow, but the president was on dry ground. He is now on his way to New Orleans to speak at the American Farm Bureau federation convention, we'll have his remarks live. He's scheduled to speak at twelve forty PM eastern time. It's just past eleven AM eastern and in a few moments. The Washington center will resume their morning get together discussion focusing on the Trump administration and the new congress and turnover at the White House. We're WCBS PFM Washington met discussion should resume in just a moment. This is she's spread radio programming from Monday double UCSB from now on C span radio. We take you live and return to the Washington center for a conversation on the Trump administration and the new congress. Take your seats. I think we're ready to start. We have a fabulous panel now to discuss congress, the new congress old congress will it be the same old politics, and we have a variety of speakers, Tom Davis. Former member of Congress Republican from Virginia Jim Moran member of congress. Also Republican from Virginia. We have democrat democrat from Virginia. Eleanor cliff who's an MSNBC contributor reporter for the Daily Beast. And I used to watch her when she was on the McLaughlin group in the day. And we are moderated by Bob Cusack. Whose editor in chief of the hill. Thank you. And thank you for. Thanks for coming out. And I think a very fascinating discussion because you have veterans of of Washington politics. I I want to start with what's going on right now, not the snow, but the government shutdown. This is the longest shutdown ever. Now, we're entering week number four. Congressman Moran has it's gonna. President..

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