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The 10 Most Important Races in 2022

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | 6 d ago

The 10 Most Important Races in 2022

"Master dot com, Joe day dot com, team Herschel dot com, Ted bud dot com, Morse the number four Senate dot com, Adam laxalt dot com. JD Vance dot com, Doctor Oz dot com, smiley for Senate dot com, Ron Johnson for Senate dot com. That's not order of importance. That's the order of the states. Blake masters in Arizona, Joe Dan, Colorado, Herschel Walker, and Georgia, Ted bud in North Carolina, I think, oh, got that wrong. It's then C, but NH I was using the abbreviations. Chuck Morris in New Hampshire, Adam laxalt and Nevada, JD vents and Ohio, Doctor Oz and Pennsylvania, Tiffany smiley and Washington state and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin. That's the key. Those ten races. And I hope Peter jail gives them all Peter Thiel gives a $100 million to each of those races. Sets up an independent expenditure committee. If you're listening, Peter, I'm just saying, give a $1 billion away and win the country. It matters. It matters. We got to stop these crazy judges. Yes, we got to fix tax policy. We can fix that. We're going to have the House of Representatives in any event. And great candidates winning all across the United States last night. Republicans low end, they're going to pick up ten high end. They could pick up 40. Depends on how badly Joe Biden screws up and what happens with inflation. And right now, the misery index, I think it's baked in. The house is one. Democrats are giving up the retiring in droves. They're running away. And they should. Because redistricting plus the misery index means a Republican wave in the house.

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Records fall as Northwest swelters under multiday heat wave

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Records fall as Northwest swelters under multiday heat wave

"Records fall as the Pacific Northwest continues to swelter under a heat wave that forecasters say won't let up until at least the weekend Near record to record temperatures are expected through the rest of this week says national weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor Temperatures will reach the upper 90s to the low 100s potentially potentially as high as a 110 across portions of eastern Washington state Portland broke its record yesterday with a 102° Taylor says temperatures will cool back off by next week What makes this heat wave a little bit more unique is that the duration So we're looking at several days of near record or slightly you know your record or record temperatures I'm Julie Walker

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Northwestern US heat wave could have hottest day on Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Northwestern US heat wave could have hottest day on Tuesday

"The Pacific Northwest part of the United States rarely see scorching weather but that has not been the case the past few days temperatures in Portland Oregon could top 100° today that would make it the hottest day of a week long heat wave for the region Forecasters have issued an excessive heat warning for parts of Oregon and Washington state Seattle could hit the 90s and in eastern parts of Oregon and Washington 110° as temperatures in the northwest heat up is expected to cool a bit in the northeast in the coming days where it was 99° in Philadelphia on Sunday and at least 100° for 5 consecutive days in Newark New Jersey I'm Donna water

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CNBC Study Shares Best & Worst States to Live In

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

CNBC Study Shares Best & Worst States to Live In

"It's so funny to see the left pretend that blue states have it all going on. Have you noticed that? That it's all going great with blue states. And everything's fine. CNBC showed a study or did a study with the CNBC ten worst states to live in. And it was like South Carolina, Texas, all these great states where people are flocking to avoid the catastrophic policies of Democrat governors and mayors and district attorneys, I got an email last night from JR and San Antonio. He said, Mike, I was intrigued by the CNBC article you wrote. Are you discussed? So I did some research on CNBC's worst states to live in report, they also did a ten best states report. And they were Iowa ten Oregon 9 New Jersey 8, Nebraska 7 Washington state 6 Minnesota 5 North Dakota four Hawaii three main two and number one Vermont. JR said it shouldn't be a surprise. That these are states that have very small minority populations. There ain't a lot of black people living in Vermont. Now since diversity and inclusion were used as two of the criteria in the rankings, 8 of the ten states that CNBC claims are the best states in America to live in. Have 85% or higher white populations with four of the 7 being 94% white.

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 US health insurers raise rates to match increase in usage

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

US health insurers raise rates to match increase in usage

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting U.S. health insurers are raising rates to match the increase in usage According to a Kaiser family foundation review of rate filings health insurers and individual marketplaces across 13 states and Washington D.C. will raise rates and average of 10% next year Those marketplaces are Georgia Indiana Iowa Kentucky Maryland Michigan Minnesota New York Oregon Rhode Island Texas Vermont and Washington state In California officials said Tuesday a 6% rate increase is coming next year for the 1.7 million people who purchase coverage through covered California Congress is debating whether to extend financial help for consumers through the American rescue plan which included significant funding to keep insurance premiums low for purchases through state marketplaces

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We're Going to Trigger Every Leftist in Oregon!

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

We're Going to Trigger Every Leftist in Oregon!

"I'm coming to town, and we're going to have a great time. We are going to be triggering every leftist and Oregon. And maybe even Washington state is going to be a blast, July 22nd. It's a big Friday. We're having a big barbecue, so you're going to have lots of great food, lots of great beverages. I'll be giving a big old barn burner of a speech and signing books and we're just going to have a blast, and we want you to be a part of, by the way, the cheesecake people, grace baker, they actually reached out to me. Oh, really? On Instagram. They're following me on Instagram. Well, that's an honor. And it's like a patriotic cheesecake place. Do they have like a red, white, and blue one? It's called beloved cheesecake. Nice. And it looks all of the cheesecakes look good. I'm excited. Adam's rib barbecue is gonna be doing the beef or whatever. Whatever kind of barbecue I think it's pork beef, whatever. Some kind of meat with some kind of sauce. So our friends at KY kn and I'm gonna be on their morning show or afternoon show. We're gonna have a lot of fun out there. Go to their website and ours, we've got the link on our live show blog. You gotta get tickets for this and it is a family friendly event and we would love to have you join us.

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How the Gender Movement Destroys Our Society

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | Last month

How the Gender Movement Destroys Our Society

"The Bible has a story about this. It's called sodom and gomorrah. Sexual immorality. We are already seeing this go off the rails. It started out with love who you love. They piggyback off to the black movement of civil rights, they piggyback after that off of that, use the leverage to then force the country to accept their own sexual deviancy in some cases and also sexual preferences in other cases. Love who you love, not ain't love who you love no more. Is that I'm not a man. I'm a woman today. And even though that's a mental illness, now I know it's not a mental illness no more. You're totally normal. Everything is totally going away with you. You don't need to talk to a single counselor. You know what you're at 7 years old, you know exactly what you should be doing for the rest of your life. You know you're about. You ain't even hit puberty yet. And you know that you should transition at 7 years old. You tell your mama that that chicken head don't know what's going on. And that you know better than she doing, you 7. Now you're still peeing in the bed. And you ain't watched a single lick or clothes you can't watch this, you don't know what you're doing with your life. But you know how to transition.

"washington state" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

01:33 min | Last month

"washington state" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"I want to continue this lashing of the Washington state school board direct door. Director. I don't know why this person is even over seeing anything to do with children. If you ask me, this is a conflict of interest. She owns this sex shop called wink wink, this is adult sex shop, mind you. And if you're an adult and you ain't been saved your whole life, you know what's going on in the sex shop and you know what they carry in a sex shop. And she's hosting these classes two separate classes, a 9 through 12, and one class on a 13, a 13 through 17 and another class. 9 through 12, in my opinion, should not be in the same class. 13 through 17 should not be in the same class. But she has these kids in a class. In the topics include, what is sex? Kinds of solo and partnered sexual activities. Sexual anatomy for pleasure and reproduction. Gender and sexual identities. Safer sex practices for all kinds of sexual activities amongst other things that was presented. The description of the class is stipulates that the workshops are divided by age and presentations on topics will vary for developmental appropriateness.

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Washington State School Board Director Teaches Sex Shop Classes

The Officer Tatum Show

01:33 min | Last month

Washington State School Board Director Teaches Sex Shop Classes

"I want to continue this lashing of the Washington state school board direct door. Director. I don't know why this person is even over seeing anything to do with children. If you ask me, this is a conflict of interest. She owns this sex shop called wink wink, this is adult sex shop, mind you. And if you're an adult and you ain't been saved your whole life, you know what's going on in the sex shop and you know what they carry in a sex shop. And she's hosting these classes two separate classes, a 9 through 12, and one class on a 13, a 13 through 17 and another class. 9 through 12, in my opinion, should not be in the same class. 13 through 17 should not be in the same class. But she has these kids in a class. In the topics include, what is sex? Kinds of solo and partnered sexual activities. Sexual anatomy for pleasure and reproduction. Gender and sexual identities. Safer sex practices for all kinds of sexual activities amongst other things that was presented. The description of the class is stipulates that the workshops are divided by age and presentations on topics will vary for developmental appropriateness.

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Red Flag Laws Are Green Lights for Killers

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | Last month

Red Flag Laws Are Green Lights for Killers

"If you have not been petitioned as a person who's a danger to himself and other people, by a medical professional, or you have at least enough information for you to be petitioned to have a medical evaluation. Psychological evaluation. Then the red flag laws have no play in your situation. Zero. It don't work. They might as well not have them. And then you move along and you say, if your father, knowing that you are nut, decides to help you get an ID to purchase a firearm, where's the law stopping you from doing that? You can get in trouble. You can be a suicidal, if you don't get committed to a hospital, they can't take your guns or do anything about it. And if your parents know you crazy and they don't want to help petition you, they don't want to put in safeguards to stop you from killing yourself and other people. Then you could just walk right in there and get something.

Illinois Gun Laws Wouldn't Have Stopped Highland Park Shooting

The Officer Tatum Show

01:56 min | Last month

Illinois Gun Laws Wouldn't Have Stopped Highland Park Shooting

"Now let's talk about the laws in Illinois. Because everybody's knee jerk reaction when something bad happens involving an AR-15 is to cry and spit and cuss on other people. And blame it on the laws. Now I have a document here and I got a scroll through it to find it, but buying a gun in Illinois is very difficult. They are one of the toughest states to own a firearm. And it still happened. Remember the age he's posted below 21. I think he was, I think he was older than 21 when he bought this gun. And when he was involved in his shooting, and shout out to my producer because he gave me 70 pages worth of stuff. So I got to try to get through it and find I can't figure out where I put the page at, but I'll get you guys the stats, specifically, I bet I bet it's the last page in the stack. Oh, here we go, right here, found it. Okay, I want to walk you guys through Arizona. Arizona, Illinois, policy to buy gun. Now, let me just explain this real quick. In the state of Arizona, we have probably some of the lacks, the most laxed gun laws, and the entire United States of America. How many massive shootings do we have on 4th of July? Zero. Zero. In the state of Illinois, here are the criteria for legally purchasing a firearm. One of the first things that you have to have is you have to have a valid FOI D card. And if YD card is a firearm, owners, identification card. So first of all, you have to get a card to even buy gun to start with. And I know it ain't free.

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Was the Highland Park Shooter Seeking Attention?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | Last month

Was the Highland Park Shooter Seeking Attention?

"Let me say this very clearly and be straightforward. Why are people posting the name and the photo of the lunatic who decided to go and shoot and kill people at an Independence Day parade? Why? Do we not understand that this is exactly what he wants? He wants people to post his face to post his name so he can go down in history. If you ask me, his attempt was to outdo the Yuval day shooter. His attempt was to outdo the buffalo shooter. That was his attempt. Because he has probably zero experience shooting with an AR-15 and has the heart of Minnie mouse, thank God that he didn't cause more damage than he did. Because he don't understand ballistics and tactical deployment of an AR-15, he didn't, he didn't kill a lot of people which he could because he had a lot of candidates that he could have taken out. So thank God he wasn't as prepared. But in his mind, he believed he was going to go down in history to be the most prolific shooter in Chicago or not in Chicago, but in Illinois state history.

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Supreme Court sides with coach who sought to pray after game

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Supreme Court sides with coach who sought to pray after game

"A Supreme Court ruling today could boost the acceptability of some religious practices in public school settings The high court has ruled 6 three in favor of a Washington state high school football coach who sought to prey on the field after games The court's conservative majority says the First Amendment protected Joseph Kennedy who was put on paid leave at Bremerton high school after defying repeated requests to stop kneeling and praying on the field The case forced the justices to wrestle with balancing the religious and free speech rights of teachers and coaches with the rights of students not to feel pressured into taking part in religious practices The court's three liberals say the ruling sets us further down a perilous path in forcing states to entangle themselves with religion Sagar Meghani Washington

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Josh Clark Jumps Into Georgia Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Josh Clark Jumps Into Georgia Senate Race

"Now, Josh Clark, let me jump in here. People listen to my show every day. It's got 470 affiliates. I have on candidates from Washington state yesterday in Ohio, from Pennsylvania. You're from Georgia. I talked to people because it's my belief that Americans are interested in every race. They care deeply about getting the Senate back. We have to beat Raphael warnick. Why are you a better candidate to beat Rafael wernick than anyone else running? Of course, the big name is Herschel Walker. We don't deny her. Why are you better than a Herschel and everybody else should take on pastor warning can beat him? Yeah. Well, number one, none of them let me back up. We're running for the U.S. Senate, of course. And that's not two years like Congress is not four years like the president, it's 6 years. It's so long, it's almost scary. You can either do a lot of good or a lot of bad. And we learned in the past, we had a nice man, a military hero. I appreciate a service. John McCain, right? He served our nation and then he went to the U.S. Senate. We found out just because you serve in the military like 13 immediate family members of ours, four of my brothers. I mean, again, I hold them in the highest regard, but I've learned the hard way. We have as a nation that just because your military doesn't necessarily mean you're conservative.

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The Collaps of Public School Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 4 months ago

The Collaps of Public School Education

"Let me ask you about their education at Tiffany because I've been covering gender education K through three and the end of excellence education in San Diego's Patrick Henry high school, 9 through 12. Education is collapsing in America as it collapses in Washington state. It is collapsing. And people in Washington state will remember that I was 11 years old when patty Murray was first selected. She ran as the mom in tennis shoes. Oh yes. She was a preschool teacher and she was on school board and she was going to fight for our children. So under her policies, our education has gotten worse. And we were a 44% average in public school system prior to the pandemic. You could imagine how those scores of considerably gone down. All through my boys are in the public school system. And here in Washington state, our kids were out of school for almost two full years. And not only that, we have to get back to teaching math and reading. We have to get back to competitive quality education.

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Trish Regan Knows How Bidenflation Will Affect the Average US Consumer

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Trish Regan Knows How Bidenflation Will Affect the Average US Consumer

"We've got the report from Bloomberg, a group of economists have said that you can expect Americans should expect to have to increase or find for their budget and extra $5200 this year for inflation purposes alone. That's the reality that you can comment on and then this from Washington state governed governor Jay inslee has just signed a bill that will ban all fossil fuel field vehicles by 2030 in the state. So it's going to be just teslas and priuses in the state of Washington. Your reaction. A bad time and on that one. Look, I mean, we need all the help we can get because we are facing satire oil prices, which means higher prices at the gas pumps, which by the way, means higher prices for everything, right? From food because it's going to get from point a to point B not to mention we've now lost the bread basket that is Ukraine, right? So a lot of things are going to be going up in price. I think that Bloomberg is right when they point to economists saying a $5000 increase, I think that's exactly what you're going to be looking at possibly even more. We'll see, you know, once inflation starts, sometimes these things kind of get rolling, Seb, and you have a supply chain crisis that won't end, combined with money printing, like you've never seen, combined with really, really bad policy choices. I mean, I'm frustrated and I may have said this to you last week because it seems as though our intelligence folks that they knew this was coming, right? They knew that Putin for years. They've known he was at risk of doing something quite like this. So why weren't we doing a better job at making sure that we had locked up our own energy sources right here in the United States of America, knowing that we would be exposed to this vulnerability? And then you got people that clearly clearly don't have all the wires connecting in the head. They're out there in Washington saying, okay, we're going to ban vehicles other than EVs. It's actually mind boggling and it's frustrating because I know how hard this is going to hurt the American consumer. And

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Biden's State of the Union Speech Will Be Full of Lies & Excuses

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Biden's State of the Union Speech Will Be Full of Lies & Excuses

"Biden State of the Union it should be called the state of confusion speech for Biden He's created anarchy here in abroad I can't think of a single correct decision the man has ever made I love it when people say can you give me one example where you agree with them Actually no I can't But that's not my fault That's his fault And you'll hear this often When I came into the office our country was in other words trashing the former president Making excuses for himself Making excuses for what he's done to our country The murder rate up the border is wide open Our finances in a disaster The price of fuel going up inflation going up And all the rest of it Price of everything going up Shortages everywhere You know when I came into office he'll lie about the unemployment rate A lie about the GDP He knows he'll have his his American proud of their cheering him on Then of course he'll take credit if he can figure out how to take credit where credit is not due Oh yes Then he's going to talk about how they've so conquered this virus that they can take off the mandates and the restrictions How do we know that Because California and Oregon and Washington state today announced getting rid of the masks This is all timed

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Why Joe Kent Felt Called to Run for Congress in Washington State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Why Joe Kent Felt Called to Run for Congress in Washington State

"If you live in Washington support this man Joe can't for Congress dot com that's Joe can't for Congress dot com 20 years serving this nation also his wife Shannon paid the ultimate price in Syria killed by the ISIS jihadists explain to us for millions of listeners across the nation. Why you've decided to not just have the quiet life you've bled enough for this nation? Why are you serving it again as a civilian Joe? You know, really, that's what I intended to do after my late wife was killed by resigned from government service and wanted to just come back here to home to the Pacific Northwest to raise my kids. But the way that the last election was stolen the way that the left weaponized all the violence of 2020 using antifa and BLM, I realized that our country was at war. It was just a war back here at home, and everything that I've seen since Biden was installed has really pointed to the fact that we are almost under totalitarian control and seeing how Republicans will not fight most Republicans or the rhinos will not fight. These are the same people that Thornton president Trump for his entire four years that really led to my wife being left in Syria after Trump tried to get us out. These people will not defend us. So when my representative Jamie hurry about their voted for the impeachment of president Trump, I knew that it wasn't a matter of, hey, is this the best thing for me to do right now? It was a matter of I'm being called to serve again to go and fight because this isn't politics as normal. We are at war and we need to be going to war against the left and against the rhinos.

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These Vaccine Mandates Lead to Pure Evil

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

These Vaccine Mandates Lead to Pure Evil

"Honest to goodness, this is some evil stuff. I'm seeing stories of Ronald McDonald house in British Columbia, kicking out a family of victim of family, whose four year old boy has leukemia because they're unvaccinated. How about how about the story out of Washington state, one of the bluest of the blue states in the world? They had a big snowstorm this week. A county that got affected, they wouldn't allow they rejected the help from the county to clear out the snow because the county doesn't have a vaccine mandate. You can not make this crap up. And now Liz Cheney. Using January 6th and the her role she and kinzinger to persecute her political opponents. I mean, listen, they thought nothing of destroying lives and they'll keep it going over January

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"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Successful and a ticket so incredibly important and you really to be applauded on a new work on that front and i do want to ask you clearly. Huge proponent of women everything you outlined just now about single mothers and and women sort of bearing the brunt of a lot of the poverty and generational poverty that we see not only in washington state but really nationally and yes globally. No question about that is so important. You also are supporting a bill that would offer tax tax exemption for certain feminine hygiene products. And i know that in michigan. They're contemplating this same. Typical called the tampon tax. So just want to hear more about that. It is shocking to me that in twenty twenty one. We are being taxed on on this product. Which i it's just incredible being from south asia. We know that there's many things that need to happen. In order for feminine hygiene products to be readily available for women not only in the global south but other parts of the world. But here we are in the most advanced country in the world and we continue to pay tax on these items so just want to hear more about that from you now. I love a bill. We in the state of washington no longer pay tax on mental products. So i you know. There's just so much stigma around menstruating especially in our culture. And so i think it's really important for seven on this conversation about the human body and the female body and transgender bodies and you know human bodies the human body so it's an interesting story you know. I don't have a lot of history and politics have a lot of history in policy. And so when i ran for office four years ago. I really don't come from political background. Come from very much a policy oriented background. And so when i ran my campaign it was very important for me to engage the youth. I i better my kids were gosh yeah thirteen and fifteen and so we have a team campaign committee where engage over two hundred fifty teenagers in this campaign and we can talk a little bit more about model minority and south asian kids because i love them were south asian and so after i won my election i told the teens i say you know what you guys have such bleed ideas. I wanna make sure a sponsor at least one or two bills that have been brought to me by the youth so every year i sponsored two bills. That teenagers brought to me and The feminine hygiene product..

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"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Of the factors that led them to commit this crime and how as a society can we address those and for the vast majority of them it comes down to substance use disorder and pay for health and mental health and to really making sure that while they're in custody that we're providing the services and that we then have a transition plan to transition them out of prisons and jails into the community and we have enough data to know that when there's a warm hand off when there is transition to housing and treatment and education and services that individual will not go back into a life of crime so i think we really have to be smarter about the manner in which went handling a criminal justice system instead of being reactive at also means really understanding human nature. And how dr change will that is so incredibly insightful. And i have to say. I kind of got charles when you were speaking about. The high school graduation heard that statistic is so incredibly important and so just wanna revisit that when we have young adults that can matriculate and complete high school you're indicating there is a notable drop-off in terms of their propensity perhaps define themselves incarcerated and that is huge so she legion farm. Yes it's huge. It's something that people in the criminal justice system. No really wow. They know that those individuals without a high school degree at the ones named up seeing bare. And so this is. Where you wearing policymaker hat and that's what's really cool about me being indisposition that i can do preventative work where i can say okay. We're going to stop us. And we know the data's very very clear that when they graduate with a high school degree their chances of getting involved in the criminal justice system plummet. It's not just a minor drop it. They plummet and it also reduces actually the chances of going to emergency room after severe mental health issues too. So it it really. We don't talk enough about graduating from high school in enabling our children to be successful.

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"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"washington state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"So you know we had a lot of exposure to the us growing up because of his experience and because of where his side of the family was so when we then moved to when i was thirteen it interesting because we came to california and was surrounded by family which is so unusual for so many people because i feel when they come here they have that sense of isolation because just starting new but it was different because i had my grandparents and cousins here but it definitely made for a very interesting journey going up. Well that is definitely a very different perspective. And thank you so much for elaborating upon that because I do believe that each and every story a narrative is so different and yes exactly what you. Outlined is a different perspective and and kudos share mom for standing up saying no. I don't wanna come to the united states quite yet because that's that's absolutely a daunting process and consideration and yet and yet you did do it and i think what's really really interesting about your background. Is that up. You didn't always jus- come onto the public front to pursue a career just legislator rather you have deep background in prosecution. You were a prosecutor and as well. You've a background in behavioral health. And i think both of those two background are so compelling an interesting. And i want to hear more about that and sort of what drew you in to this line of work so you know i will come. I do come from a traditional indian family where we have a lot of engineers doctors. And i knew early on that. I wanted to be neither. And i grew up reading a lot of erle. Stanley gardner books about the perry mason stories. And so you know in ninth grade. I had decided. I wanted to go to uc berkeley. Find a yale law school and i wanted to be a prosecutor and what really drove me to be specifically a prosecutor. Was you know. I come from a long line of really strong women like my grandmother. Her sisters might paternal grandmother and they've all of them have just done. A lot of work with survivors of gender-based violence and just very strong feminists. And so i really wanted to be a prosecutor because i was really crucial to make sure. I'm helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. So and so. That's the path laid out for me. I did make it to uc berkeley. From undergrad yale didn't want me so i went to the university of washington law school and started working at the prostate office and so definitely very much survivor focused. And then that's around the time after i'd been at the prosecutor's office for about five years. When treatment courts was starting up so the first mental health court was started in florida and the second one was actually started in king county washington. And so i got exposed to it because i was a supervisor and when this court was starting out the supervisor kind of handled a hearing and so that's that was my entry into behavior health and criminal justice reform and taking a look at alternatives to incarceration individuals with behavior health. History i love to hear that Background information about a strong line of women and your family. I think that's very very indicative. Not only what you described about your mother or by yourself as well and I didn't interview recently with a patty yourself from the campaign school at yale university and your colleague washington state senator mona's and a sort of both underscore the fact that politics is quite brutal. It is not for the faint of heart. And so i really applaud and salute all women who enter the political arena and especially those from the south asian diaspora. And i have to say that. I in researching for this podcast..

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"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"NEWS Washington State's stressed hospital system will likely not get much emergency staffing help from the federal government radios. Nicole Jennings has more it does not look like the state will be getting much help from the National Guard. Riley, executive vice president for the Washington State Hospital Association, says they've asked for federal staffing help. But it's mostly a no go federal resource staffing resources are also very stretched, responding to other areas that are inundated with covid and also experiencing these weather related events. Instead, they're relying on the state's emergency volunteer data bank and community volunteers that individual hospitals state School Superintendent unveils Washington's teacher of the year to open the red envelope. With your 2022 teacher of the year from North Thurston public schools. Jared kept Jared kept he has taught for 16 years. Currently a native student program specialist He will represent our state at the national Teacher of the Year competition at 2 33. We checked the roadways in real time traffic. Here's Evan Smith. North Island I five at two 72nd Street, a couple issues there and to 72nd Street. There's a collision blocking the carpool lane and the left general herb slain and just north of there, there's a collision blocking the Wrights lane that is slowing traffic down right now. Back into the federal way area from there. Meanwhile, we're seeing some hesitation right now. On South Beach and five of nine from Northgate through Seattle, down to about the West Hitler Bridge area south four or five often on slowing from downtown Bellevue through Newcastle, and I'm seeing increased volumes now in south five from Highway 18 through the five curve. This report is sponsored by Duck Duck. Go Protect your Privacy for Free with Duck, duck. Go! What is it? That makes you uniquely you? Well, doctor go doesn't think that's any of their business and frankly, It shouldn't be the business of any tech company. Protect your privacy online For free with duck duck. Go with cover radio world time traffic. I'm Evan Smith and your forecast for the rest of the afternoon. Looks mostly sunny clouds are starting to go away. Increasing sunshine highs right around 70. This afternoon.

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"washington state" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"If unions are dying in the united states than someone forgot to tell washington labor leaders about their demise the state ranks fifth in the nation for union membership and that strength can translate into political power. In fact organized labor has helped democrats solidify one party rule in recent years and in turn unions have notched a series of legislative victories. Olympia correspondent austin jenkins reports in collaboration with the seattle times on the rising influence of unions. Right here in washington state. No further amendments. Look he was march of two thousand eighteen lawmakers in the washington house of representatives. We're about to debate one of the most contentious pieces of legislation of the year and goes substitute senate. Bill six one nine nine on it had to do with state funded homecare workers. These are people who bathe dress and feed elderly or disabled adults in their own homes. The legislation aimed to privatize this quasi-public workforce democrats don't usually push for privatization but state representative tana. Senn said in this case it would benefit the workers and their clients with this bill. We are reducing the paperwork so that we can increase care but that argument rang hollow for minority republicans. Who insisted the bill was about something else. Ensuring that homecare workers couldn't opt out of paying union. Dues this is nothing more than a payback to a union that was republican state representative. Joyce mcdonald getting gaveled down for impugning. The motives of the bill's supporters in the end house democrats passed the homecare bill without a single republican vote in fact. Republicans were so incensed. They refuse to vote on the bill. A move rarely seen that. Vote in two thousand. Eighteen sent a message. Democrats were back in control and olympia. After several years of divided control if the end of the two thousand eighteen session unions heralded the passage of bills that had previously been bottled up under split control. Equal pay voting rights prevailing wages and bargaining rights in the years since democrats have grown their majorities and continue to approve union backed legislation some of it high profile much of it. Well below the radar. I think one of the things that we're seeing is a real effort. A concerted effort to take advantage of the fact that the governor the senate and the house are all democrats at the moment. This is professor. Kim england directs the harry bridges center for labor studies at the university of washington. She says washington has bucked the national trend of declining union membership in large part because of the state's robust public sector and service worker unions..

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"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"All, not the best of drives their into coma. We're still dealing with slowing, but it is getting better that we're starting to ease off some of that volume there and still running about 45 minutes from the Tacoma area. Sorry from Olympia into the Tacoma area. No. But 19 vaccines are now available to everybody. 12 and older to schedule an appointment. Go to vaccine. Locator dot d o h dot wa This is a message from the Washington State Department of Health. Sun is blazing. There's gonna be blazing. This is your omelet on the sidewalk day before everything cools down tomorrow cookies on the dashboard. That's my favorite cookies on the just done it before. Really. That's right. You do ours and they're pale, but it works. Yeah. So go ahead and fire up your preferred solar oven and get ready because this is the afternoon toe do all your experiments because tomorrow the bottom drops out, But you know, that's not bad with a little rain to suppress the fire, danger, and all in all, I think we probably have the ideal climate 64 at the Carter Subaru studio and coming up To preserve or to progress, Historian Felix Banel asks. Can't we do both? This is Cairo Radio. King County has become the first county to ban government use of facial recognition software Hannah Scott record. Their vote makes the county one of the largest jurisdictions in the nation to ban the use of the technology by government agencies, such as the Sheriff's Office sponsor Jeannie Caldwell's driving home. Why this bill was so vital for protection against our most marginalized.

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"washington state" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on KOMO

"People without electricity. And in the Snohomish County, P ut It's 93,000 customers who are out of power. We begin our coverage with Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, who filed this report from South King County wins means guessing over 50 Miles an hour more than 60 and federal way more than 70 Miles an hour across what come county where some trees Came down across from student housing on campus. One student was injured. Huge limbs are down across the region and power repair crews will be putting in a very long day. Backyard one big fir tree laying on my neighbor's house, John well, lives in Puyallup, a few blocks off Canyon Road east were several homes are damaged. In Tacoma Firefighters had to rescue a homeowner on South Mason Avenue huge tree sheared off nearly a quarter of the home there. Courtney Carpenter is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. We are on a record when I start to the year and so Ground is saturated and that causes trees to fall down with less wind that then we might typically see Highway one of one blocked at Lake Crescent this morning because of slides and trees down. Carleen Johnson come on Use the driver of a mail truck is lucky to be alive. After surviving a herring experience. Early this morning, a wind gust nearly pushed his semi over the rail of the deception past Bridge. Jeff Miles says his driver's side door is all that stood between him and a 180 ft plunge. Look down at the water, so I wasn't gonna open that door. He told KOMO News that he scrambled Upward to safety out the passenger side. That section of highway 20 is still closed this morning, and there's also a dangerous tree at one end of the bridge that has to be removed, and crews can't do that, until daylight crews are busy in the north and cleaning up and call most. Corwin Hate has more from Snohomish County. Everywhere I go, I see evidence of the overnight windstorm, mostly in the form of evergreen bows scattered over roadways. Overturned curbside trash cans and here and there are large, fallen branch. My colleague, Coma reporter Ryan Harris checked in from south effort, He says the winds really began picking up late last night. We got crazy high winds blowing through That I thought were going to blow over some of the bigger trees in the area where I live. Fallen trees are all over, according to Rocky, all a fence with Washington State Patrol. Just be aware that there might be treason. The road's slow down Pay more attention to the road, increasing following distance. Make sure your lights are on and be patient as road crews and power companies work hard to repair the damage. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news What's coming up after we check traffic and weather? The feds say, scrap your plan. Let's roll out the vaccine. This way. I'm Brian covered with the change. Washington may not make easily. First we check your driver Komal traffic every 10 minutes on the floors from the demon Law Group Traffic center. Here's Kira Jordan. We've been working with a crash traveling north on state route 169 at Cedar Grove that's been causing a mile back up into the area in Maltby. Traffic alternating on highway nine year to 28th instituted trees in the road. And if you're traveling south on Highway nine You're sitting in a solid mile and a half back up there. And when Bonnie Lake both directions of highway 4 10 are really backed up approaching both of veterans Memorial Drive in the westbound direction. Sky Island driving eastbound direction of westbound drive has over a mile back up. I don't have anything officially reported in the area might guess, though, is that it's probably a traffic like that isn't working properly. Work down 16 sevens going to be slow out of Sumner into alguna north Bound four or five years. State route 1 16 You see a crash on the shoulder and then we continue with the busy drive from sunset through Newcastle, North Carolina, five has been slow for mid Boeing Field to Seneca and North about 99 backed up approaching the First Avenue South Bridge. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 14. This report is sponsored by only orthe over the world class positions and all the Northwest South sound. Well, I take a long, stressful drive when only Ortho was right in your own backyard. The Oracle has your back your knee. Your hip, your shoulder. You get it on the Ortho, Calm your life in motion. Let's get our forecast for a meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Strong winds howled through the strait and sound overnight, causing tree damage and numerous power outages across western.

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"washington state" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Free throws there at 61 little over 61%. That's something they obviously have to work on. The cover was picked ninth Washington State picked 12th in the Pac 12 preseason. Both teams are doing better. Yeah, at this moment and color, you know, e think Washington State has to feel really good where they are. Think Colorado would really look back on perhaps the Oregon State game and the Denver game and kick themselves, perhaps down the line here a little bit that they didn't do better, especially at Denver to get that win, But But Colorado has, I guess you could say, almost turned a corner a swell It's maybe not as big of a corner a sweet Washington state has done But Colorado is definitely achieved well. This year. I Yeah, I agree, And it's interesting. You bring up Oregon State. I don't What's gonna happen with that? They're not playing again this weekend. Um, they're struggling, and it has to do with hold it on the protocols and trying to pass. The protocol's been making sure the players are safe. So that's gonna be a bump in the road. I think for a lot of people in the Pac 12, but I think you're right. I think Colorado looks back on that and said We could have won that game. If we could just come in with our heads screwed on tight like they had like it. Hey, have been over the last three games. They played here at the event. Sir. I know it's tough to play on the road. Um, They've got Oregon here in a few weeks and then Oregon state potentially way Don't know about that. Yes. So that's that's one of the bumps. We're gonna have down the road. You certainly like to think whatever's going on at Oregon State is remedy in two weeks. Otherwise, they've got figure issues than we think.

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"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"They're developing a game changing covert vaccine. This one looks like it's ultra potent details coming up after Khyber radio, real time traffic Here's Tracy Taylor. Like when we start to see volumes kind of thin now, just not the case on that north and five drive after one 45th to 20th and, Yeah, you're still going to find yourself in some heavier traffic near one 48th in South Everett. Not sure what the deal is. I know Dio ti and was thinking the same thing. I was by zooming in it the camera one 95th because there is some slowing after 5 to 2 in heading out that direction, But I don't see anything, and I don't think they do either Driver's air still running into some heavier traffic on south and four or five through Bellevue and heading into Newcastle, still touching the brakes on north and four or five at the Valley Freeway. Now drivers through to coma are still going to experience some delays. Specially on south five, crossing the King Pierce County line heading out towards 54th and five crews. They're still working on the crash on a south and 509. This is out near Alexander out. That's still taking up the two South bound lanes just in from the Washington State Patrol and D O T. The contractor, cruise air off the road and all lanes are back open on for 10. Following the fish fire closure in Enumclaw Traffic is brought to you by Conspirator E and it Inspectorate E. They're providing employee benefits. HR technology, payroll and scalable. HR services from more than 34 years in spirit, E H. R That makes a difference. Cairo RADIO Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com That's really important to get the vote in. I just want to make so it's dead. Miscounted, You know, a record number of voters across Washington State are getting those ballots in ahead of tomorrow's general election..

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"washington state" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"washington state" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"First down Washington got its next drive started in Michigan territory at the 47 6 plays later, backto throw goes leak. Looking deep left now fires down the middle and it's Kevin McKenzie. Kevin Mackenzie made grand for a touchdown is 11 TV ground of the year in Washington State has lead six to nothing on that 15 yard that sequence right there. Jon shows what a key special teams play conduce shift any game, especially game of this magnitude. The point completely flipped the field position It did, And, you know, every game has ebbs and flows ups and downs, and they took advantage in round one of being able to put some points on the board. But I like Michigan's chances. Really. How about that? It's prophetic. We'll talk about ebbs and flows right. So Michigan doesn't get anything going on its next offensive drive the coops and the flipside drove down to the red Zone again, looking to add that there seven nothing lead when. Four out of six and third downs blitz coming, he's backto throw being chased by arenas fires Amanda by lies. Takes it away again. And Washington state scoring Woodson's Enzo interception. Well, he suckered leap into throwing that thing in the corner. Not the first time that Charles Woodson suckered an opposing player into something. How did that flip the momentum of the game? Well, it flipped it because obviously, you know, our backs were against the wall. And if they had gone up, 14 nothing. Who knows what happens at that point? Yeah, we keep fighting, but To be able to keep him out of the Enzo to to have a momenta MME. Swing like that, and just what? What, Brandi said. There. He suckered him into it. If you if anybody gets a chance to watch this game, I mean, he looks like he's wide open and Charles would do that right. He would mess with quarterbacks. He'd mess with receivers and make them think. That they were open, and then he would close and he would make a play on the Rose Bowl was no different. One of those players who it looks like he's just controlling himself on a video game. He can do no wrong. It was an amazing effort. S O. Michigan's offense goes begging again After the Woodson pick the next Cougars drive, the Wolverines defense struck again in motion to.

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"washington state" Discussed on On The Real with Christen

On The Real with Christen

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on On The Real with Christen

"Yeah I just wait and I'll be honest with you at this point. I kind of wish I would just get it. Okay see okay. So here's what He Sarah. Reading something this morning about like ace dramatic people testing positive in. I was reading some literature very early on and all of this is probably I mean I say early on but you know it was like week ago and they were saying that the incidence of asymmetric carriers is lake very low which I think is a Crock of Shit and then they were talking about because they had to swap everybody on the diamond princess on the crucial so when they swabbed everyone on the diamond princess they found something like an adult quote. Me On this. It was like a week ago. I read it. I can barely remember what I had for lunch yesterday. So like my numbers might be a little off but I think something like thirty to forty percent incidents of a dramatic cove. Positive people. So who's to say that we're not just walking around with it anyway. I mean look I mean I know everybody. You know my family friends. Everybody is very scared for. Even it's like you know I could be like a coal. I could just walk around and have like you know a cold light infection per week and then I can be fine. Just because it's you know Corona Meyers being. I'M GONNA be. The event is going to be a really bad off. I mean the chances are greater for me. Really bad off spending doesn't always inapt yen which is the wondering is is honestly the biggest in the but right now just like somebody cough on the beginning you. Because I'm like if I am and I don't even I think all the healthcare workers after this should be tested anyways just to see if they have antibodies and did not be or or. Maybe we're sick back in October or November and had it and didn't know it before we had name and all this testing right. I was talking okay. So you used to live in Phoenix. You know at Valley fever is right. So for those of you. That aren't in Phoenix Arizona. And you don't Know Valley. Fever is a real fancy name is Cox Studio mycosis. I think Guk city Oreo mycosis or something like that. It's a fungus basically that lives in the soil and we have a lot of dirt flying around out here because it's dry climate and he gets Kinda Wendy So when the dirt flies around it kicks off this fungus up and it attaches to your lungs and it could cause you to be really sick or it could cause you to just have a cold. And you don't know and I remember when I was in microbiology years ago. Microbiology teacher was like how many people in here have had valley fever. Three or four people raise their hands. She goes how many people in here have been in Phoenix. Longer than five years is the whole class. Raise their hands she goes. I guarantee you every single one of you have had it. You just don't know it. It presented as a colder. You thought you had allergies or whatever and so my personal very personal opinion theory. Whatever you WANNA call it not professional opinion at all. I don't want people to be like this nurse on this podcast said. Nah No. That's my personal theory. Is that what? If it's something like valley fever where we've all had it been in contact with it or whatever and we just don't know it because we're not meeting the criteria to be tested. I think moving forward as as as we what they call Latin curve I think some of the things that need to be done. We need to have quicker turnaround time for testing in. We have it took us forever but we do have a stat and rapid flu tests. We should have rapid other tests as well not just grown. I'm talking like across the board. Everything should be To get back that it's something worked on because that was the help of the problem too. We've got some of those potentials off of dice Latian because they don't have it Yasser. I also think having having the test. Much readily available because. I know they did this thing. Over here at the Tacoma Dome not too long ago was still was just for one day and the slot filled up like that. It was very quick we were I was not able to get in there but it. It was a free testing for healthcare. Workers who had symptoms are units note. They had it or were exposed. Or whatever and basically it was like a drive thru type testing type thing and the spots they had no they look within like minutes concert tickets selling out. I'm sure exactly. It's just like that. The sponsor filled up. So I'm the only one day so playful but definitely testing criteria. I look at other people who are getting tested in my. They getting tested why they dominated by so that brings me to my next question is how do you feel like tech? Ask if you ask the feds. How testing's going some of them are lake. Testing's going great testings fine Blah Blah Blah. But when you get down to the state level I think everybody's different. So how do you feel like testing? Availability is in Washington. I mean it sounds pretty decent. If you're having something that the Tacoma Dome for for healthcare workers just WanNa know. Yeah well you know it's it's it's not as great as I would like it to be. I think you know at the Tacoma Dome testing that was great. That was really cool but unfortunately like you said that. Russia's Form Day implement that shit everywhere exactly like less than start testing employees as they walk in the hospital gauthier and if we could get the results back within like an hour like you give and all of a sudden you're being sent home by the way you tested positive time to go fourteen days right but I don't know I actually I. I WAS LEVER. Should seek room Two weeks ago I started records on paper with my asthma and I didn't get tested. A not really surprised me because they did a lot on me but they did not test Komen interesting. Yes so who? Who's the same? Maybe you already had. Who knows it would be really nice to know antibody tests tests. Run right here. Who's got one of those rooms on? Ask whatever from your time right okay. So one of our nurses on my home unit was saying she had been sick weeks ago and ran through her whole house. Like everybody was sick. She was like man. I was so upset. She had all the symptoms right fatigue cough shortness of breath fever all that and she was. This was right before the whole before we even had a name for covert right or will. We had an aim that it wasn't a household name. She's like I almost just want somebody to be able to test me. Just so I can know and then just send me up to the covert floor and just let me work with those patients. Actually I could if I if I knew that I was flying Irene wife could go on now. Yeah I'd go to all those houses he's looking at what's out there like leasing cover fire yet it. I've slowly discovered that I need to start going to the grocery store and stuff and my scrubs because okay I I was taking offense to it like I was an occupational health the other day for one of my jobs getting my TB tests done Because that needed to be renewed and I was walking out of occupational health and somebody literally like took a sidestep three or four feet to the right of me just to avoid me because I was in my scrubs like and I was like how rude but then again I went to trader. Joe's the other day to get some groceries and people were in my bubble. I'm like you have been told to say out of people's bubble and you're still in a bubble. I'm just GONNA START. Wearing my scrubs everywhere. It's really scary though because there was a story that came out was Oklahoma Adobe About a nurse WHO GOT SHOTS AGAINST STATION? Because she had issues at the gas station in her scrubs dumping guess where she went to work so channing in the facility a- and somebody flipped out and said you're spreading codes in at her. Oh my God yes and I was like. Are you serious right now? Like I can't believe that actually happens. I you know I was telling everybody you know that I was starting to. Y'All just watch out okay. Well maybe I won't be wearing scrubs everywhere I duNNo. It just not surprised. Unfortunately I'm not surprised. Necessary is How horrible like you. Don't guess whatever people people continue to amazing that that is absolutely into. I had no idea. So how do you account? We kinda already answered this. How do you feel like your life has changed? You had to isolate for fourteen days. You were on that taper. But now they are off of the steroids. How do you feel like your life is going to change going forward almost situations different? I mean really I. I've been through H N one as a nurse. I went through they. We had little outbreaks of the show resistant seated in Hanta West Nile. You know all those night in the hospital for all those ended just like a whole `nother level this you know. Shut everything down and and do all this stuff this the stakes holiday experience a hat and puts it like way out there for me. You know I'm I'm GONNA have a lot of my stuff in word or if something does happen it makes you makes you think about doing those things that you need to do having those conversations but it just it this is this is all new territory. Having having things closed down having people not be able to leave their homes. This is this is something else completely different than I have. Never experienced my life and I'm sure we'll have the end at some point but Mason Grateful making very rich realized that I'm high risk and I realize now it really makes me realized how fragile I am but also like you know I. I still believe if I got it. I would picking task anyway for sure I mean. Look at all this shit you've already been exposed to. That's the way I look like. I'm like I must have immune system of steel. I mean we got rooms with VR E and seat if and Mersa and flu and all this other stuff. I'm like come on. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa like test fate here. I don't WanNa be like come on. Koga bring it on like you can keep it keep it but you know yeah. I feel the same way. What do you think our new normal is going to be after this Like as a nation I think a lot of people are going to be a lot more hand wash. Great thing right. It's going to be you know it's about time I think I think life will go back to normal once this holdings over but I think a lot of people are going to be much more aware of germs..

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"washington state" Discussed on On The Real with Christen

On The Real with Christen

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on On The Real with Christen

"Thanks for joining me for this week's episode of on the real with Kristin I just WanNa put it in there because I don't think it was mentioned during this podcast. This podcast was recorded on April seventh. I feel like it's important to mention the dates while talking about covert nineteen because everything changes so rapidly. Day-to-day our to our Especially week to week and as most things. I'm late post in this podcast because I wanted to put out last week. And only have the time to edit one so here is your bonus episode that you are supposed to get last week. I hope you enjoy. Thanks for listening. This whole thing has has forced people to have conversations. They never thought they would. I remember I mean I had conversations with my family was a couple of weeks ago. Basically having a come to Jesus moment here for a minute that I if I if they start rationing bents I will get picked for one y you know. I mean there are plenty of other people out there. Who have they got sick. They have better survival. And you know I mean if it came down to it. That was kind of a that was kind of an eye opening conversation to have. You had a conversation like that with your doctor. A conversation like that my doctor with my wife and my family. And what my What my wishes were if if I if I did require event and they were doing bent. Triage what. My wishes were In terms of a comfort and everything yeah we had. We had that long talk already so that if something happens to me you know my wife knows what's going on with our stuff and you know that's hard core. Yeah I mean it has. It has like I thought a me getting my little in case of emergency packet together because I pay all the bills online. I'm kind of a control freak when it comes to the bills so she lets me do it all and like if something were to happen to me. I have a feeling the mortgage company would call Kate whereas our payment and she'd be like I don't know what the account password is so like all that stuff together and I thought I duNNo. I thought that was kind of like a big deal. Like that's hard Corio. That's yeah I mean it's you know it's nothing it's only. I wanted to talk about for sure. I'm not mind you don't want to have a conversation like that but I'm not afraid you know. I'm not afraid of catching it or you know but I think it's better to be realistic at this conversation. That probably needs to happen anyways. Like people don't I don't know like okay so when me and Sarah. When we first got together she was like. Oh I can handle nurses I got. I know stuff. Steph is prepared me for this and I was like. Are you sure and we? I came home one day and I was like. I need you to know my wishes if something were to happen to me. And she's like started crying like I don't want to talk about this and I'm like eventually we're going to have to like you're marrying an ICU. This is a conversation. That's going to happen absolutely like because too many times. Do we come in contact with people who haven't had those conversations and now because they haven't had those conversations their families have no idea what to do. Yeah absolutely absolutely I mean. That's why you know I just. I just thought that was both of my when they both have have passed away. Recently it was making sure that they knew there which is Right away because I was actually empower for both of my parents and actually it was really cool though because my mom was talking to me and you know she was to be comfortable and I was like you know you can get more than working drips. They will give you and she was like really a life poker yes yes and she was like yes I do. I was like all right. I got you I got to every right okay so we kinda got started impromptu. So I'm here today with Stephanie Smith. It's Smith now right. It's Still Russell. But that's fine She's a nurse in Washington state and we met each other through Sarah as seems to be a theme of my podcasts. For the last two PODCASTS And I just wanted to Kinda touch base with her and get a pulse of what it's like living in Washington and maybe what it's like living in Washington as a nurse right now and Just talk about that so if you take a minute and just introduce yourself all right. I'm Stephanie. I have been a nurse for award almost twenty years now. I had worked in the hospital. Twenty plus years switched over to hospice nursing and limits level. The young young nurses take care of Hustle. Patients now married kids. Yeah so what's it like to be in Washington state right now? Yeah so so what everybody else out here is hearing is that Washington State is one of the harder hit states right now and I know New York is like the Epicenter Air. Quotes here the epicenter Of everything that's going on and they're getting like the hardest hit and the news right now. We're not really hearing too much about Washington and I know it's gotta be rough right now. I heard you the other day talking about other day last week two weeks ago. It's all running together at this point about your whole pass that you have in case you need to be out. Where are you talking about that? No you didn't okay so I thought I'd better yet a piece of paper that you got so that way. If you ever caught out and about in I don't know what your guys laws are there if you call out and about going to the grocery store going to work or whatever that you can be like. I'm an essential worker. I'm supposed to be out. Yeah on a lot of the nursing homes I. I have not worked with a WIG because I was in isolation but a lot of the nursing homes were We're handing out letters their staff because there and my niece was one of them. She got pulled over on coming home from work one morning. Like six thirty in the morning in. Why are you out? What's going on? And so she had to show them letter proof that she was an essential way issues healthcare workers so she had shed show that proof that at she was supposed to be out and so they're enforcing it right now. It's it's pretty hardly in pretty hardly as I even were pretty well. Enforced is what I'm hearing. Yes yeah yeah I mean you know. Everybody's looking out their windows looking at the people who were walking by American journalism groups and stuff. It's it's very it's taken very serious here just because we we were the hardest hit area. Eight New York is center. Because it's New York. I mean you know you cramped. How many people to an apartment in New York me nuts? But Yeah No cure up. Here is pretty unique. You still getting cases through every day that nursing home that was initially I head that was I was up in up here in Washington state and I can't imagine how that nursing home is doing you know having all your residents either get sick or die.

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"washington state" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington state opening statements and the first witness testimony are expected today and Harvey Weinstein's New York City right trial the once celebrated film producer faces the possibility of life in prison if he is convicted president trump beating up on the U. S. federal reserve over at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland he tells C. N. B. C. the United States GDP would be near four percent if it wasn't for the lingering effect of federal reserve rate hikes the president says he could see five or ten thousand more points for the on the Dow if the rates haven't gone up before they went back down checking the markets yesterday's Wall Street selloff snapped a three day winning streak by the S. and P. five hundred stocks were down across the boards at the close shares have advanced in early Asian trading as markets recovered after being rattled by the news of that virus spreading European markets are mixed in early trading with U. S. stock futures recovering and they're even up slightly a bit this morning although you know what shares of airlines that fly to China are falling down three and four percent seventeen past the hour now on first light Robert working this year Robert is so we get some some awards sort of I guess our honors the exactly baseball hall of fame class of twenty twenty is now all said the writers vote announced on Tuesday Derek Jeter and Larry Walker make the grade Jeter the Yankee shortstop and captain was considered a shoo in so much so that some were disappointed that he was not a unanimous selection and his first time on the ballot he missed by one vote hello people rookie of the year in nineteen ninety six and a fourteen time all star Walker who play right field for the Expos Rockies and cardinal saw his support rise from fifty five percent last year to seventy seven percent this time the spinal you're on the writers ballot made it by six votes he was the NL MVP in nineteen ninety seven one three batting titles and seven gold plus the man nicknamed booger in Montreal becomes the second Canadian born player to make it to Cooperstown after Ferguson jackets bitter Curt Schilling was in his third or actually was third in this year's voting with seventy percent he's twenty votes shy of the threshold followed by Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens both topping sixty percent for the first time so we'll see it'll be deterred Walker along with the table Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller was voted in by the Veterans Committee modern era select orders earlier this year in actually I guess late last year but the they'll all convene in Cooperstown on July the twenty sixth in the NBA on Tuesday just one game clippers down the Mavericks one ten one of seven Kawhi Leonard had thirty six points and eleven rebounds Dallas star look at does the Jan thirty six points ten rebounds and nine assists though that was a good match above those all stars there and the college ranks number three Kansas clobbered Kansas state eighty one sixty again that ended in a melee shelves punches one player holding a stool over his head J. hawks coach bill self says they're still sorting things out that was an embarrassment by on on.

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"washington state" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"See. Let's see. Let's see. It is about the compost issue now. And I don't see it on my. But anyway, the New York Times also has this piece up now. That what what is it? Washington state. They will have people. Rendered when they die. They will be rendered into compost. So that they can fertilize it tree. And it makes perfect sense. Because the secular view is we are just biological beings. So if we can biodegrade and make a tree that's just wonderful were just part of nature. Anyway. Why berry people you will decompose in your coffin? Recomposition is that what it is called? That's a they always have good names for these things recomposition. And I spoke to you last week for a few minutes about this in that I'm against it. We are not part of nature. So a burial is more is more appropriate. My purposes not to make a tree. And by the way, if you do believe that it is a good idea to make a tree why is it not a good idea to have animals Pugh? Once you die. Why not leave your body for animals to eat? And thereby again, you are helping nature. Now, why would anybody have a revulsion? Why would that instill? Feeling of revulsion in anyone. Well is dead. Let's let's feed him to and then just named the animal could perhaps bring him to zoo. Or perhaps just leave you outside for coyotes or? Others up in Africa. Obviously, it's got a bigger contingent of possible predators. Hyenas could eat you lions could eat you vultures can eat you. Why why would you have any sense that that is not right? And the reason is that you have been taught that the human being is special. The human being is not special. Once you leave the Judeo Christian realm, or once at least in the west to speak for other religions and just gonna speak in the west in the west once you get into or anywhere. Once you get it to secularism to human beings, not central the anthropocentric view of the world. The view of the world that the humans are at the center is a biblical view. And it is held in contempt by atheists who do not who would never subscribe to anthropocentric view of the world. We are just other molecules as it were. Okay. Dokey? Let's see here. Kevin in Dallas. I Kevin Dennis Prager. Thanks for taking my call. Just a a called about the whole thing. But a quick note about your comments about the human body as as a Jew, I'm a Christian. But as a Jew. Isn't it forbidden to have LS by law? An autopsy and embalming and you get put in a traditional wooden box that has holes drilled in it. And so your body can in the gland Harry. Yes, there are there are very. Cemeteries in the Carolinas that have been doing this for years. This is nothing new that they people and implanted a sapling that will grow and be fed by human body, but to get to the Mula thing. Yeah. Let me just let me just respond. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. There. You are right. There are very strict rules. And this is where I get my values from there are very strict rules in the Jewish religion. With regard to the dead body. The dead human body is to be treated with tremendous respect. We are created in God's image, not physically, but the human bodies the carrier of that sanctity. Okay. Go to Moore. Now, it will be interesting to find out because he's he's technically hired. How much getting per our as an attorney. It could be up with the seven hundred dollars an hour. Oh, that's interesting. I never thought.

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"washington state" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"The guy who who started both of these companies his name is Paula Jones. Paula Jones told us in an Email that he sold fan her Pataudi yet another company called tick tick tick is pretty large secondary ticket reseller marketplace, they call themselves a marketplace similar to stub hub and ARIN Paul Jones Lincoln page. He says that he is the head of business development for kick pick. What that is. We're not totally sure we have Paul multiple times to do a sit down or even a telephone interview with us, and he declined he did type of us in some detail via Email about what happened in twenty fifteen. But he never really wanted to answer are very pointed questions, you know, we would say, can you tell us more. Why did this specifically happen? And he gives us sort of generalize answers. I think it's really important that I say right now that he claims that as of today, he does not. Not so Super Bowl tickets Mirdha's, he engage in speculative ticket practices. But what we saw with him standing on stage as the yellow of tick take brag about the fact they pull twenty five hundred Super Bowl tickets at last year Super Bowl with Paul Johnston right next to him as the head of business. Oment was enough for the Washington attorney general's office to open a new investigation into Paul Jones to see if he's in violation of a consent decree, which is essentially a settlement that he summering with the Washington state attorney general saying that he would sell speculative tickets to any Washington state resident the Washington state attorney general can only make it applicable to to Washington state. So that consent agrees very cramp located, and there's there's lots of nuances to but Paul Jones says that he's violated that sent to Carini says that consent decree never was an admission. Guilt for him that he never did it to doing anything wrong. And I I need to say all of that. Because we need to be sure we tell his His story. to even though he wouldn't actually sit down with off. Okay. Well, is there going back to some of the other the availability and the secondary market that the the controls? You know, if you wanna go to the masters or the NCAA tournament like a couple of events that I think, you know, Mike Littman ad mentioned that sort of get though it'll the soda treatment. There are though some lotteries you can enter to go to things like that. Why is there of the twenty five percent of the tickets that the Lee controls? Why isn't there more like just that out there just for the possibility that I mean, I know that they they do that for like season tickets? Cheaper. All the NFL used to have a lottery you used to have a lottery for the Super Bowl, but that's going away. And it's places. Now this called NFL on location experiences. And it was the company is owned by impart the NFL by some NFL owners in some investment companies in the beginning. Celebrities like John Jovi were involved in it. And what what NFL on location offers is a ticket is long with some kind of experience, and like the cheapest packages that you can get are often three times face value..

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"washington state" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:16 min | 3 years ago

"washington state" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I can see on the deceive. Oh, gosh. Here. It's brutal folks is brutal. Elizabeth warren. As you know, put out this this little video of her just I'm just kidding. Get me a beer because I'm just like you. I'm just a Bruschi drinking American, and I I have no baggage that I've rigged to this whole thing at all. It's all great, man. She has kicked off her presidential campaign. She's one of the earlier ones here to throw her her hat in the ring so to speak and everyone's looking at this, and they're just saying, well, she's she I think she has no chance I don't know why she's wasting her time and everyone else's time. Maybe it's necessary for her to feel like she's still relevant in some way. Even though she knows she can't win. She's going to have some kind of an ill fated presidential campaign because she figures, you know, might as well go for it. But just this is someone who does not have the ability to easily connect with average Americans. Because she's someone who's built a career on fraud. Really? Which is what took place at Harvard. I mean, people that say that she some great, intellectual. They always say, well, it's because she was presser horrible. She was only a professor at Harvard because she claimed to be a minority native American professor, and as we found out from her one thousand and twenty four native American DNA result. She's not in not in any meaningful way native American. And I just say that I think the president has has it nailed here when he says, well, this is what he said about what was with Warren running club eight Elizabeth Warren will be the first she did very badly and proving that she who is of Indian heritage that didn't work out too. Well, we'll see how she does. I wish you well. I hope she does. Well, I'd love to run against her. She says she's in the fight all the way, Mr President. Do you? Do you really think she believes she can win? Well that I don't know you'd have to. Ask a psychiatrist? Yeah. I don't even think she believes she can win. But there are lots of reasons people run for the presidency, even when they know that they have no shot, the biggest most obvious and unnecessary own-goal. I think I've ever seen in in American politics was the fiasco of her of her DNA results. I've never seen anything like that. Nobody was there was no clamor for the results. Nobody was pushing to hear or see the results, and whomever. I think it should be made public record whomever on her advisory staff, or whatever it is whoever told her that's a good idea that person it should be known. So that nobody ever takes political actually forget that we want as many Democrats as possible to listen to that person. That's that's a much better way. To go about this. That's a much better way forward. So we'll see what has happened Elizabeth Warren. I also saw this guy who is in Washington state. The governor of Washington state is is going to be running for president. He also put his he put Jay Inslee. He put his name. I had never even heard of this guy think it's funny say buck you cover politics. How could you not have heard of state assemblyman? So and so or even congressman so and something like there's a lot of these people and most of them are not particularly relevant or important. Jay inslee. The governor of Washington state is going to be running and this one I think is so fascinating. He's a single a single focus candidate. According to the press reports out on him already. He's somebody who who really believes that. There's only one thing that we have to pay attention to or one thing you should pay attention to you. And why you should vote for him. And who wants who wants to guess what it is is it the twenty two trillion dollars in death that we've piled up is it that America is as I've started to read in a book by Charles Murray coming apart coming apart. We no longer have shared culture between the various political ideologies. And we also actively are encouraged to hate each other for political differences by the media by the elites. No, it's none of those things. That's right. The single issue focus of his campaign of Washington state. Governor Jay Inslee campaign will be climate change. Yes. Climate change. Eighty really is an amazing state of affairs when you can have one political party in this country that takes the position that the single most important issue that we face the most important thing of all is something that the other side does not even concede is. A little bit important. Just just a just a tad important. Bernie Sanders because that's what I would say. Yeah. The climate is changing. The climate has always been changing is. Humanity playing a role in this is is human behavior involved in some way. And in excel arresting climate change. Maybe. But as I say, it's the same. You get the same answer for me. If I said if I walked into Yankee Stadium. Let's do a coverage. If I walked into Dallas Cowboys stadium. Have. I changed the temperature of the stadium. I mean. Theoretically, it's it's imperceptible. Right. But my body heat. I am another person in that stadium and depends I guess on on how how effectively and at what level you could gauge the. That's what I mean. How have you changed? The temperature of a swimming pool by pouring a Cup of hot tea into one end kind of. But not really have human beings changed. The temperature of the globe. In a meaningful way. I think the answer is most certainly know. Anyway, I don't even have to get into all that right now. Because the other side, it's just nuts. Looney tunes. Ears. Bernie Sanders, and I'll read to you in Sandra, Sandra knees. We must look at climate change as if it were a devastating military attack against the United States and the entire planet, and we must respond accordingly. And quote, he put that out on Twitter last night, we should respond to climate change as if it were a devastating military attack. I don't know if he thinks that we need to nuke the climate or if we're supposed to unleash our b one bombers on the coal industry eight I don't even know what he thinks. He's trying to say, and this got thousands and thousands tens of thousands of likes and re tweets and people just think, it's it's it's brilliant, absolutely brilliant. And then you have that that complete fraudster who's going to be making a big comeback this year that fraudster known as. Al gore. He's back and he's trying to push once again for well, his his favorite pet issue. He was on the daily show here. I'll play for you doesn't interesting report that came out last month from the UN, and in many ways, I feel like Trump is using this as his arguments basically predicted hell on earth, and it talked about how things are really going bad. But but the emissions get was really interesting that was released yesterday. By the United Nations. Yeah. And what they said is the G twenty countries are collectively not on track to meet their unconditional emissions pledges for twenty thirty countries that are not on track to make it include Argentina Australia, Canada, the twenty eighth Korea Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the US. Right. You right. So now Trump is arguing if nobody else is meeting their requirements. Why should the US put themselves at a disadvantage and lose money and work with regulation? Yes. There's not gonna come to the table. Yeah. Well, first of all since the end of World War Two there's been one leader of the community of nations, and that has been the United States of America, if we delete our leadership role than that, let some of the other countries off the hook. We're let what NATO is the reassertion of US leadership and the the good news leaders have the solutions available. We don't need any miraculously knew we had a logical one fine. We'll take it. All right. Same. It's the same crap from this guy different day, nothing changes. And this is the biggest this is the biggest scam. Ever go back and just you don't have to take my word for go back and watch. Inconvenient truth. And you'll be like this is laughable to think and look at the the date and time stamp. So these different models. They have of Florida underwater by twenty thirty or whatever it is. And go back and look at this the predictions in that movie are laughable, and now we know they're laughable, but we're still supposed to think that this is going to happen in there. Right. I don't know what it is. It's gonna take for people to finally give up this this this delusion. I mean, the climate change alarmists are living in a delusion. And there's a lot of they always talk whatever and ever has been bought off by big coal think about green energy or big oil big call oil, whatever same thing think about the democrat platform going forward me there. They're going to be running on a green energy new deal. I mean, they really talk with us. They're trying to bring back FDR who they love even though he put the Japanese in internment camps FDR somehow gets a pass for being a lot of ways. Pretty terrible president. But. They want to bring this back and make this the centerpiece of the Democrats going forward. It's going to be all these jobs, and you want to talk about cronyism and crony capitalism green energy is rife with that crap. And the Democrats come back into power. A lot of people are going to be very wealthy.

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