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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

Morning Edition

02:48 min | 2 months ago

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

"Sign that the United States is in a Corona virus surge. Hospitalizations around the country have nearly doubled since late September. Some hospitals are already talking about rationing care. Will stone has more back In the spring, Dr. William Elms was watching the surge of covert patients in New York City and reading his hospitals in Wisconsin to enter the same We waited and waited. It did not come about six months later it has arrived. Melman's is the chief medical officer at the Marshfield Clinic Health System, which covers mostly rural Wisconsin. We will be pushed to the limit by the end of the month. Covert patients are filling up their beds at an unsustainable rate. And because so many parts of Wisconsin in the Midwest are under siege, Melmed says. There are not many places they can turn to. Either to send their patients or to get extra staff. Creating the manpower to take care of our patients is the dilemma. You know, we don't have any areas to decompress. We don't have safety valves to put our patients. This is the message coming from or hospitals in more states every day. For weeks, the US Corona virus pandemic has shattered records. In the wake of those sky. High numbers Come hospitalizations, Lawrence, our studies hospital capacity at Johns Hopkins University. We have a legitimate reason to be very, very concerned about our health system and national level. That's because this surge could wash over many places simultaneously. In at least 18 states. Covert patients account for more than 10% of all hospitalizations. Above that 10% is where we really think. Okay, Perhaps we have to start enacting search strategies and crazies. Standards of care in some places Crisis standards of care, a broad term for how hospitals make decisions around treatment when re sources are limited. In the worst case scenarios it can lead to rationing of care. Some states, including Utah, have recently warned this could be on the horizon. Machida Beer is an emergency physician and researcher at the University of Michigan in the Rand Corporation. If there are many epicenters a beer says it will be much harder to shuffle around. Resource is because everyone will be overwhelmed. So it's space staff and stuff, and you need all three. And if you don't have one, it doesn't matter if you have the other two, and most U. S. Hospitals already don't have much cushion they usually run close to capacity, especially during flu season. Then, on top of that ad covert patients who Khun require lots more time and care, and it strains the system. This is a scarce resource Critical care. Nurses are scarce. Ventilators are scarce as you know respiratory therapists or skirts, and she worries about to become even more scarce. For NPR news. I'm Wellstone.

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Obama and Top Democrats Go After Donald Trump

The Conservative Circus

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Obama and Top Democrats Go After Donald Trump

"You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your ring Master James T hairs. It was a scathing attack against President Trump. We've watched the Democrats you'll warm up to this. I thought the John Lewis funeral was was bad. That's when Barack Obama you served. It just took the whole thing over. And turn it against a broadside attack. Not as bad as the Wellstone Memorial. Pretty close. Obama came out last night at the DNC convention supposed to be talking about Joe Biden and lifting up Joe Biden launching Joe Biden. And he got there eventually. But first he took a serious swipe at President Trump, saying he was not interested. He hoped that he would least be interested. He hoped that he would take the job seriously. Now he was railing against President Trump, but I think that he was projecting. I think that the attack against Trump really was commentary on his presidency. No

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"wellstone" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"wellstone" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To line one is it Joe Joe in line online one it is Joe calling from Minnesota doctor Gorka how are you today Sir very very blessed you are so very early merry Christmas to you and congratulations on a fantastic inaugural season and year thank you kindly yes we have our first anniversary January first it has flown by thank you what brings you to a merry show today my friend well as I'm listening to all this super partisan lines and folly that is coming out of the capital today I'm thinking that the Democrats may have over reached I'm hoping they may have over reached and you know talking about over each year in the state of Minnesota I'd like to call our attention to something that happens here in two thousand two rewards for you Sir Wellstone memorial service are you talking about Wellstone exactly and when the dams have their memorial service which ended up being just a whole a partisan far and even Jesse Ventura had to walk out in disgust even Jesse so I'm thinking I'm certainly hoping Sir that the impeachment makes us stronger the generates a grassroots to get out there and to pay you back these traders dams in the house yeah I think I think every single day is running us more and more evidence of they have overstepped the mark but Hey let them keep going Joe thank you for your kind words we stay on the line because I think you deserve a signed copy of the war for America's soul idol of that doctor thank you all right stay on the line don't go anywhere let's go to line find Louisville and run in in Louisville line five welcome aboard the quickness Dr what are you merry Christmas listen you show up I was looking into the house Adam Schiff may have got the phone numbers and and stuff from noon yes yes what's interesting about the five great you know you've got three box so at the Y. walked up to the the may have never talked to WAF that because while I had that saga doc all on him in all three of those and all their contact get surveilled which I think is really not a bad island again because you don't think the president talked with the majority of people in the Congress and Senate yeah this is this is cool the to jump rule and it was explained to me by down bungee no form of the secret service who explained this is the this is a a recent development intelligence community which means if you get a finds a warm if you don't want to spy on one person then added into an organization six the janitor in the trump organization anybody who gets in touch with him is fair game and anyone who gets in touch with them which means if you get one voice of war like some lonely individual an unpaid volunteer like caught a page you've basically got everybody of vats Aron white everybody should be afraid ever by the panel don't panic panic is not useful but if they can do this to a president they can do it to anyone good point era thank you for reminding us of the to jump a rule let's go to brands of Bob body in Los Angeles line to brand to welcome back thank you and good cheer godly Gorka know what's what was coming most kind good **** to you hail fellow well met because I I say that because this is a great day really okay explain this one to me explain ninety but tonight god is lowering the Democrats into an impeachment ambush during his transcendence season of Christmas and Hanukkah and he's dramatically illuminating political leaders who have and have not checked as CS Lewis would say and he's clearly displaying those who possess nobility and honesty and morality and those devoid of these virtues and so I see this is a great sign so so it's Charlie Brown had the great pumpkin story and we have the great impeachment ambush on like that I like that so so explain to our listeners why it is in the ambush what what mistake of the Democrats made today well I see this is from a biblical perspective it reminds me of stories such as payment during forum and pharaoh chasing the Jews into the Red Sea they have this manic obsession of it is insanity that they're pursuing and it's going to be an ambush on them it it it they're just pursuing the good at it and and these are wicked people yes there is a certain element here and everybody's been that way when you commit yourself to a course of action and for various reasons for primate full for even perhaps shame you you go down a pulse way and you feel incapable of getting off the exit ramp this this may be the downfall of the Democrats because they're not adults left in those same people left Brent we'll be there no moral people on that side yes they are not following you know going to Nancy Pelosi she says she prays to god I'm trying to figure out which god is that I think that's the god that Ferrell prayed to this this is very interesting the specially since you put it in this context of of the Christmas Hanukkah period this bed doing this to us then to America in this season it demonstrates the complete utter lack of a moral compass god bless you I think I'm gonna tonight after the show they want to sit down with a right the great impeachment ambush article and I'm going to quote to Brenda buddy because he always comes up with the best catch phrases god bless you have a wonderful wonderful holiday season I'm Sebastopol CA this is America first on the Salem radio network we are in west Palm Beach we're going to go to Mar a Lago off to the show today and tomorrow the kickoff of the turning point USA says the students actions summit here four thousand young Americans will be a great time here in Palm Beach we are of course very grateful to really factor what pizza told have created that father and son team it is an incredible product the provides.

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Donald Trump Roasted Over Airport Gaffe During Salute To Revolutionary War

The Bugle

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump Roasted Over Airport Gaffe During Salute To Revolutionary War

"There's a lot of news about the fourth of july because trump is receiving flex he's extravagant and heavily choreographed fourth of july celebrations which included on the playlist star wars theme song military flyovers which is where lots of plans go around looking like they're hunting for a parking spot in the crowded mall and a lawsuit bloopers at it's enough to make you feel sorry for trump to feel like he can't do anything but then you realize he can't do anything a he's fourth of july speech betrayed us sort of loose jazz interpretive historical understanding of american war of independence or as the british closed and at the time stop at you'll grounded la la la and noticing a my favorite big was that when he was referring to the fighting force created by the continental congress in seventeen seventy five trump said our army men in rammed the ramparts it took over the airports i mean that is a long sentence to unpack so just meant what what is that i mean lost time someone men we're in my presence i had to open a window and as the second half of that sentence my issue is not so much worthy idea that trump thinks it will seventeen seventy five air force and presumably commercial airport to the duty free ward mullen cost addle section that i mean that's just someone who's been reading too much badly lee written historical fiction and if that's a bad thing komi guilty and put me in a book jail my issue with that sentence is with the rams the rams hot you know what he thinks rampart is i desperately wanna give him a packet of failed to tended making all one for me i'm reading the rand paul it sounds like it might be some kind of maskell some ministry what i'm very useful in modern warfare where round sucker very much involved but yeah it was a you know if it was the trump a you know doris demonstration everything makes america great and to people who disagree with trump it will risks demonstration of everything but it's making america absolutely terrible shows shows how you know country could go while you with the perfect example of where ambition met realism listed he insisted on having tanks but they were too heavy through the part of the ground said he wanted the moms and they just have to sit in the side streets so i don't know about you but a lot of military palm it's it's i think it's a necessary thing in twenty nineteen i mean wherever i go tactical deformed m and i just have to look this up you know so i i looked up emperors who may crazy entrances to the trump embrace that kind of emperor like palm m i found this guy in mongolia who go con relative of the wellstone memorial day which dick cheney's column i he used to enter rooms everytime celebrate a military victory when he entered

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Dow and S&P 500 record worst day in nearly a month

CNBC's Fast Money

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Dow and S&P 500 record worst day in nearly a month

"Us begin with the markets, because if you didn't pay attention all day. We'll first shame on you second. It was a wild ride. The Dow finishing off or starting up, then finishing lower all this because of what else, the Federal Reserve fed chair Jerome Powell and other officials tempering hope somewhat of a rate cut down. The piano posted their worst days the month. But it was the NASDAQ some of your favorite tech stocks. Took the brunt of the beating the FANG bit Microsoft alphabet down three percent. Facebook off two percent. You get the picture guy down, sir. Wellstone practice fracas, what we make of what the action was today, is that how sensitive, this market is to the fed. That's the rhetorical question is, you know, this extraordinarily censor Brian, I think you knew that when you ask the question, I'll say this is well, the fact that we get the twenty nine fifty again and again and fail. I think it's problematic, and we do it when the vix gets down to fifteen can speak to that which has been levels where the last six months, the market is topped out. I think the market is over estimating the power of the fed, and I think unless we get a trade deal, which I don't think we're going to get I think we do roll over at these levels in the SNP. Okay. You just gave a lot of numbers, we're talking about the fed, but it less what we do here, and it sounded like you're saying that it's not just the fed technicals are playing some kind of role, I think you have to take them in. A consideration. I mean, this was a level that we topped out at in the fall with retested it, seemingly topped out again when the vix gets down to these levels. It's stormy been level with Berta market sells off from the Russell hasn't backed up this move to the upside. The transport seven backed up this move the upside gold continues to rally all those things to me, warning sign Seeburg. What do you think? Yes. Mr. Seeburg, the bottom line here is, I think you've got a dynamic where the expectations for the fed, I think, guy, framed it. Well, it's not that the fed is not all powerful. In fact, it's completely the opposite. They are everything right now. And when I hear Bob Kaplan, Dallas fed put out a paper talking about the limitations of monetary policy at this point when I hear, pal step back a little bit. I think he did what he should have done a week ago when, when it looked like the fed gave us more than we could have possibly expected because the bottom line. Here's I don't think that that's going to help this economy. I do think that getting to neutral and staying there on the fed is very important. The most important thing right now remains what we're seeing on macro data. If you look around the world over the last couple of days, it hasn't been good. Hong Kong trade data last night. Not so. Good. French business confidence, not so good following Germany's business confidence. So you name it bond yields. That's what you should listen to having said all that. People wanna look at double tops and this, and that, and I don't I actually think technicals are very important. I think this is all about the fed right

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Who should take the hit when identity theft occurs?

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Who should take the hit when identity theft occurs?

"I live in Berkeley, California. It's a peaceful place for an American city in twenty years. I've never so much notice the police station never occurred to me that I even needed to know where it was. Yes. Zoe. But now here I am inside the place surrounded by cinder block walls, in pictures of legendary police officers in across the table from me, there's a living legend officer Joe do. So I'm going to tell you what happened to me. Okay. And why I'm here so beginning last year, we started to get calls at eight in the morning from CitiGroup big back. And I was getting the kids out the door for breakfast in the phone ring. And this happened ten times twenty times three times fifty times. I mean, it was just like harassment, and they said, I the money, and it was absolutely bizarre. Because I didn't never any any business with CitiGroup. I mean, no credit cards. No, nothing. But he said we had like fifteen thousand dollars of outstanding loans. I just wanna say that again. So you hear it city group said I owed them fifteen thousand dollars. And so Finally, I said look quit calling us just driving crazy in the mornings, and whatever they stop. Calling. Okay. The next thing. That happens is I got a note from American Express saying my credit score has collapsed because I have Wellstone a debt to city group. So American Express call me and says we're gonna put a limit on your account because you're like, oh, scores declined. And I call them and said, well, how's this happen at a, you know, this a credit aggregate name experien- has sent a report saying you've got some bad debts. I didn't even know what experience was or what it did as it turns out there a bunch of companies that make their money by gathering up, whatever anyone Bank or credit card company has to say about you. And then spreading the word to the others. So that if one Bank thinks you owe them money all the others. See you as a problem? Experience one of those companies and odd become one of those problems someone claiming to be me opening a credit card account with CitiBank in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. And he gave as his address street in Miami. But it's a street that doesn't even exist credit. Limit was fifteen thousand somehow he managed to borrow sixteen thousand four hundred and six dollars and repaint. None of it fifteen thousand four hundred and six dollars when I called experience to say how come you have this on my credit report? They said, well, we can't do anything about it to city group said you of this money. So I called city and city roof said they didn't know who I was and at no record of my social security number. We was just a mass. I was I was in stuck in on hold for hours. And they gave me no joy. I mean, no joy at all. Finally, experien- tells me that I need to file an identity theft comp-. Plate with the FTC the Federal Trade Commission, which I did. And they said I had to go come to the police station and file report for them to take seriously my claim that my entity had been stolen. So to summarize myself, just they're a big New York Bank hands fifteen sixteen grand to someone pretending to be me. Michael Lewis, then some credit agency broadcasts, a total. I about my behavior. And now I need to drive down to my local police station and bother a local cop. So that's why I'm here. I wanna file a police report for identity theft. And I wanna ask you a couple of questions about before. I do it. The first is how often do you all have people filing identity reports with the police very frequently. Also, it's not this is not where it's not completing common owner. But that isn't the question. I most wanted an answer to I'd been doing another question for so long. It's almost hard to put it into words. I mean, just as a lot. Horseman officer. Does it not strike you as strange that? I've never had any do with either one of these parties, and they wrote me into this. And and it's my problem. All of a sudden, it seems to me that CitiGroup should be filing some sort of complaint with the police, not me, and I shouldn't have to deal with this at all. It's very odd that its frame this way, the whole notion of identity theft noticed I'm still me for the first time officer la- do is looking a little dubiously. Like, I'm crossing some wine. Like, I'm gonna start asking him for his opinions about animal rights or about the local native American burial ground, somehow wound up under the parking lot of a fish restaurant cups. Don't control the rules of the game. They just enforce them. The very idea that I should have to spend a minute having to deal with this seems just a little odd. I mean, if you take it out of the financial sector, and you say I managed to persuade Zoe that I'm Audrey in. I get her lemme ten grand. Arteries, my producer on this episode Zoe is my associate producer. They're here at the station with me recording just standing there in their headphones. Expressionless dead. I'd. Is always not gonna have any ability to disrupt my life or get me. I mean, it's an odd thing that the financial system has now put this sort of strain on police resources. It seems to me. So let me put it as a question. If people are coming in filings reports taking your time and all the rest is never struck. You that seem to little crazy to have the police in the middle of this to answer it. It's interesting in the fact that it's a different type of victimization, right? I don't think of myself as a victim. But if you want me to be one, I want you to be. But it turns out I have to be the victim. At least if I want him to file his report, if I'm not a victim that I'm to blame for whatever fake Michael Lewis has been doing at his fake address. Here's the funny thing I feel victimized not by whoever that guy dude wasn't Miami. But by city Rupe like they present themselves as someone who has been victimized by essentially, my of inability to prevent anybody from stealing my identity. But really if they'd never done the dopey thing in the first place, we wouldn't even be here. And that's the thing that that kinda gets under my skin is that the financial sector has figured out a way to shift the burden of this problem onto people who have nothing to do with the problem. Let me get you a casing, right? I've never had a case number. Can you put me on the boarding generate numbers for thirty five to nineteen? Numbers me talk. Just like another language. Six zero one six. Thank you. Like, I. So I'm gonna give you a business karma the case number and also many give you a victim of identity theft family. I already said this, but I'm the real Michael Lewis, and this is against the rules a show about the decline of the human referee in American life, and what that's doing to our idea of

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PCs: A Recent Bright Spot for Tech

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:43 min | 2 years ago

PCs: A Recent Bright Spot for Tech

"PC's don't seem like a dying industry to me. They're not. And you know, it's I mean, it's been it's it overall. It is a mature market. It's not one where the overall shipments grow. In fact, they've kind of been declining. But what that's caused a misunderstanding. I think because. Yeah, you can walk into just about any you need mid to large size small company. And that's what you see people doing their work on doing the work on their on a on a desktop, computer. Or? Often on a laptop. Yeah. You know? And so when cabinets were gonna knew there was a lot of talk about, oh, the, you know, people are going to be on these things future. The office. Just hasn't come to be at talk about how strong the PC industry has been. It was demonstrated in recent earnings reports from Intel and Microsoft wasn't. It was I mean, and that was kind of the most we just finished the season for the September quarter's. And for a lot of companies can have great reports, the two best ones that kind of that had, you know, the biggest impact on their socks were from, you know, Intel Microsoft and the companies usually known as winchell because they were sensually the main driving forces behind BC's now, Microsoft, you know, they've they've grown other businesses or cloud doing well. So it wasn't just PC's, but the part of their business. It is exposed to PC's you had growth in the mid teens at Intel saw record growth in its Saguenay. That sells chips for PC's, in fact that that we had a record amount of revenue. New and sales for the period grew year over year in the mid teen percentage higher than they've seen 'em Woodson Intel Intel right now having to production kind of crunch for they can't quite make enough. So they could even had a better year had they had a little more production. Capacity, isn't one reason PC's are still in big demand that most of the corporate world still runs on Microsoft's Windows, and many companies are in fact, making a switch from windows seven to windows ten. Yeah. I mean, that's and that's what's helped you know, overall shipments this year. Like, you know, we're seeing this year is that the PC sales actually surprise analysts track it, and as part of the thing because windows seven it's about in about a year and a half, Microsoft ends what's called extended support for it. So if you're if you're a company that has a fleet of PC's on windows seven you don't want to end up in that position. Because then you end up having to spend a lot more to get, you know, if you need extra support, you know, the, Costco, and you know, windows, ten is not like a brain. Operating system. It's it's three years old now, but you know, the the installed base of windows PC's is so big that not everybody moves quickly into it. So I think what we're seeing is kind of this final push of people, you know, and it still they're still a sizable base of people of of companies still use windows seven that are trying to get into ten and another reason is that more PC makers are selling their own premium, laptops, and they've been selling. Well, right. They have been. I mean, this is the segment that's actually outperforming the broader PC market. And according to forecast, it's going to take a bigger chunk. You know as much as one third of total PC shipments a couple years, and when you say like ultra-premium, you know, when you say the term, you think things like the MAC book air that apple pioneer, these thin light high-performance, laptops. And what happened is companies like HP Dell Lenovo tour the biggest PC brands, and they didn't just do this just this last year. But over the last few years a. They'd gotten better at designing their own premium products. And these premium products are not just being bought by Wellstone consumers businesses are buying these as well because that's what they are employees wanna use and that is been helping the sales in that segment.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:31 min | 2 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I know a lot of you are terribly concerned about the midterms. And I'm I'm not trying to provide. Any false hope or comfort. Don't don't misunderstand. I just there's a formative experience for me in this. And it's the Wellstone memorial in two thousand and two knives cited it before but I'm gonna site it again. Because I like to be optimistic, folks. I'm sorry. I can't help it. I'm not a natural pessimist, except when it comes to two things playing golf and losing weight but other than that, I am a natural optimist. And if you go back to two thousand two the first midterm elections after George W Bush, and it's almost identical. The Democrats were enraged at the supreme court stopped the count in Florida of the hanging chads that Democrats believed that the supreme court handed, George W Bush the victory illegally. Never mind. The Florida Supreme Court was out of control the way it was handling all the legal issues here. The US supreme court had to step in and stop it because it was out of control. And when they did the Democrats were fit to be tied and from that day forward, George W Bush was an illegitimate president and he didn't stop being illegitimate. And they finally got his approval numbers down to the twenties. Six years later in the middle of his second term. So we get the two thousand and two, and it's the first chance to Democrats have to pay the country back to pay the Republicans back to pay Bush back as they are going to retake the house, and they're going to retake the Senate, and they're going to reopen the Florida recount, and they're gonna make sure that Justice is finally done, and that Al Gore be duly recognized as a legitimate winner. From the presidency. Even though Al Gore didn't want any part of it by that time. They were feeling so up. So sure so confident that when it came time for a memorial or their late great Senator from Minnesota, Paul Wellstone. They totally blew up. What was intended to be a memorial honoring and celebrating the life of Wellstone. It was about three weeks prior to the midterm elections in November of two thousand two the Wellstone memorial was hijacked by activists Democrats and turned into a pure political rally the purpose of which was to destroy George W Bush and Republicans in memory of Paul Wellstone. Republican senators who were friends of wellstone's dutifully showed up at the arena. They did this arena in place and holds fifteen thousand people if my memory serves ten fifteen thousand people. It was some time after wells- Wellstone died in a plane crash. It was sometime after that. But this was the official Royal. And it was I don't think it was ever intended to be a memorial. I think it was a political event from the get-go disguised as a memorial. Anyway, Republican Senator is not knowing up from down nine Trent Lott voice all showed up thinking that they were showing up to a memorial a religious memorial honor their fallen colleague, Paul Wellstone. They were booed and bullied and harassed out of the place within thirty minutes of having arrived and sat down. It was identical to what we saw the way Jeff flake and others were assaulted in elevators ammo hallways of the Senate office building, except this was at the memorial. And this was democrat voters going up to the worthy Republicans receded in getting in their faces and pointing fingers Ataman and booing at them. They thought they were there. To participate in a solemn occasion. They got up and they walked out and they left. And this memorial turned into a hate fest. A hate fest at George W Bush a hate fest aimed at George W Bush's policies. They couldn't even set aside. What had happened on nine eleven for this memorial. This memorial took place at fourteen months after nine eleven. But plays. So then the midterms. A curve. And I remember I was invited. The last time this happened. I was invited for election night coverage on NBC. Tim russert asked me to join him and Tom Brokaw. I dutifully accepted. And I went. And I was not on camera all night, maybe four or five times while they they cycled other people through and they brought me in after it was clear that the Republicans had gained two seats. It's unheard of. The Democrats just like now we're supposed to win big. Because the Democrats told everybody hated Bush everybody resented the way the supreme court stole the election for Bush, Al Gore had won the popular vote. Just like, and that the American people felt betrayed by Bush, and the supreme court and nine eleven and Bush's general stupidity and incompetence and as such could not wait for the Democrats to take back control of what is rightfully theirs, Washington DC. Except it didn't happen. The Republicans gained seats. Tim russert was great Brokaw. Brought me out. So what do you think happened here? I said the Wellstone memorial. The Wellstone memorial is what happened, and I went on and told them why in a truncated version of what I just said to you. They were shell shocked. They were shellshocked. This just not in the formula. The party in power does not pick up seats. In midterm elections. The first ones after a new president is elected. So that's a formative experience for me. And if it's unlike PASCAL, if it's happened once it can happen, again, something that hasn't happened before probably won't happen. But if it has then it can happen again. And this is a replay of that except this is a replay of even more outrageous behavior. The Wellstone memorial took place on one night. The democrat party has been insane on display for two full years. And actually longer than that. But in the in the context of Trump's election. It's been too consistent years of public derangement. Public insanity psychological disorders on display childlike tent, by the way, I to have sat in the Senate gallery as a young boy. My parents took my brother and me to Washington DC one summer. And the Senate was in session. And I'll remember Barry Goldwater. Was among the senators speaking when we were there. He was speaking on the farm Bill. I was fourteen or fifteen. And I remember being in the gallery, and I had a it was a pamphlet or book some kind of a manual explaining what the Senate was and what was going on. And I was turning the pages and a Senate page came and grabbed that book away from me. And said you're making too much noise. I'll give you this back after you leave just turning a page was not permitted. The gallery could not do anything more than breathe. You were not allowed to chew gum. People were chewing gum and the pages. Said you're leaving or else you're putting it in a piece of paper, and tossing it. You're not staying in here chewing gum. They would come whisper this to you. They took my little pamphlet away. I like the Gestapo had just come. And then I'm watching this thing the other night in these in these these these these women are going Batty. Sounding literally like they are infants out of the womb. Then they don't want to be there. And I couldn't even make out what they're saying. It sounded white Christian. Adam said it sounded like we were in the middle of an asylum in there. And Tom Mike Pence will saying over and over the sergeant and Artem sergeant at arms restore order in a gallery. The sergeant at arms will restore order in a gallery. Sergeant at arms is having a hell of a lot of trouble restoring order in the gallery. As I said, the United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change, the IPC. We have a decade to prevent a total climate disaster where I saw this. I saw this one of my tech blogs tech blogs makeup of young leftist idealistic millennial journalists who have no concept of history. And they're just not recycling in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Nineteen. Eighteen eighty five Sacramento, California. I'm watching this week with David Brinkley on ABC, and there's this guy on there named Oppenheimer Oppenheimer, and he's still out there. Well, known climate scientists expert, and he was saying we've only got what are yours. Nineteen ninety-five folks, we've only got twenty years. Twenty years, if we'd all that our world will forever change in ways, which we will not recognize. And I got the usual list of all these things are gonna happen rising sea levels melting ice, caps and glaciers. Florida would be overrun New York City would be overrun the middle of the country be all desert. Nobody would be able to live. We're gonna have pollution as far as the I can see where we're all gonna die. And we only had twenty years and Brickley sent is this established. And I will. No, no. But we can't afford to wait. We can't take the chance that we're wrong. We must we must take action. Now, what was action raising taxes hating fossil fuel companies. Doing wind farms, by the way, visit story from last week wind farms will cause more environmental impact than previously thought. This was on an environmental website. This was not a conservative political website wind farms. It's a pretty long story to papers published in the journals environmental research, letters and juillet Harvard University, researchers find the transition to wind or solar power would require five to twenty times more land than previously thought thus would have much more environmental impact in preview. But back then back in one thousand nine hundred five we had twenty years. We didn't have time to wait. We couldn't prove it. And then Al Gore said we had ten years. We started our ten year countdown clock at Rush Limbaugh dot com that Ted Danson set an eighty eight we got ten years to clean the oceans. And we're gonna die. In the global warming environmentalist wackos ten years later. We got ten years. So here come little tech bloggers, and the United Nations has said, okay, we've got ten years and to them. It's the first time they've heard it we're recycling. The lies we're recycling. The scare tactics. By twenty thirty we as a collective seven billion, humans will know our faith, or at the very least the fate of the most vulnerable among us. I'll landmark report released on Sundays sets the clock ticking for humanity and its quest to keep global warming within one and a half degrees celsius the pre industrial levels. The report from the intergovernmental panel on climate change outlines what a world warmed by one and a half degree celsius would look like compared with the two degrees celsius warmer world enshrined in the Paris agreement if we fail the poorest among us will suffer the most well notice how everything gets recycled women and the poor hardest hit. Doesn't matter. What issue doesn't matter? What calamity women and the poor hardest hit. They're just recycling the lies, folks. But here we have young tech bloggers eating it up getting scared to death, by the way. They believe this stuff. They think we've got ten years life on earth will not be known. Not be seen will not be able to continue as we know it today. So they end up supporting all this junk. All this blabbering drivel junk. A end up supporting it because they're scared out of their gourds back..

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Dave Nussbaum, Louisiana and Dominique Wwl discussed on WWL First News Early Edition with Dave Cohen

WWL First News Early Edition with Dave Cohen

02:42 min | 2 years ago

Dave Nussbaum, Louisiana and Dominique Wwl discussed on WWL First News Early Edition with Dave Cohen

"Two one oh seven channel four meteorologist dave nussbaum we'll give us more on the big heat in his full pinpoint forecast well it is a back to work monday but louisiana has some of the happiest workers in the country according to a new survey from the career platform so kanu wwe wellstone aims reports louisiana ranks number nine on the list of states where workers are the most satisfied how does michael hecht president and ceo of great and orleans inc view this study flashing that louisiana in particularly southern louisiana has has a work life balance and that means that people are happy to not just work here but to be living here and i think this reflects that he knows that louisiana is the only southern state in the top ten so we kind of stand alone in terms of happy workers he says word seems to be getting out that our area is a great place to work and a great place to live do you take regular lunch breaks at work and how long do you spend at lunch dominique wwl's chris miller reports on a new survey finding some workers worry about what their bosses think when they break for lunch and a lot of them are apparently justified in that feeling according to a survey of us and canadian businesses thirty eight percent of workers say they don't feel encouraged to take lunch breaks the same survey found twenty two percent of bosses thinking ployees who take regular lunch breaks don't work as hard you it oh business professor mark rosa says it's not uncommon for managers to spend their lunchtime i'm working you know you get a lot of people at work of seeing many people many a supervisor's that they work through much rosa said that might not be as productive as it appears pointing out some businesses will demand employees take vacation time and this is a similar issue just on a smaller scale in baton rouge it is finally over a final budget is in that fully funds higher ed healthcare and tops and institute's a four point four five percent sales tax rate governor john bel edwards celebrated the legislative passage of a budget and tax plan that dodges deep cuts to healthcare and higher ed is what our students need is what's right for higher education institutions it's what's right for everyone in the state louisiana's louisiana long before but not everyone was happy fiscal hawks like senator sharon hewitt blasted the plan for not including more budget cuts we spent the last few months debating about how much sales tax when you raise rather than if we need to raise taxes and the sake capitol bureau mattdoyle wwl first.

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"wellstone" Discussed on Lip Service

Lip Service

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on Lip Service

"Okay i think don't these amazing to me and i don't know the only way i should call them like i always stall missionary oh my god i'm so glad you said that a guy come on my back or on time really gd but incident where that agreement is gone definitely can come on your stomach like when you're on your stomach way but not like offers a couple of under you as well and then you like shit pillow thing because i provides support a little and it also for the guy it like pushes pushes in so i don't know i i had a guy told me before that his woman was a little overweight and then she started working out and lose weight and he said that she felt tighter inside started working so it gives it that same effect like you're pushing so it kinda like makes it tighter for ladies i never did the pillow thing like i didn't know what it was like you know what i mean as g because like i always hear people as well like when you hold your breath as well have you ever like hold your breath whilst having sex masturbating shining that being choked breath hold it in seconds then just going at like iva wellstone masturbating having sex and it just makes the experience yes struggling for air now early couple of seconds that's people do that it's classification people end up like that so we don't want to hold your breath but when you're actually getting choked or like some people actually ty news by masturbate and they'll i've seen that yeah.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The neighborhood dickey my needless wellstone still sleep and in there really was a anybody out there to help us at one point two you know i just said to my mom and we don't have any choice waste if you go through the fire like you have to go through to get out to have one exits and we came down but the main held see why is subdivision wisconsin group was uh we discovered all it's homes on fire and it was just unbelievable in orange you're talking about your neighbors there's been talk about heroic action her there was also impressive sense of heroism a neighbor's uh notifying other neighbors particularly when people like you of simply couldn't get through any emergency that you needed that quite an aggression where we live there was a bit more safe between the there what could be a place where you can ships lined up with somebody out some people had private gates around them uh we did hoch the aren't we try can make as much noise as we could but we didn't see any body getting waiter lungs that those people if not all of the people that are neighborhood it's not through earlier uh so you know we come down the hill and we ended up going out with marcos springs because the fire we still doused on the stamping brooke side and that turned out to be really with the ensuring that was at its worst uh the wins have been pushing the fires i understand now through the dalai what marquis queen's road is and we try to get out there and you know actually would blocks by several caused it had collided burns on the middle of the road i we passed through the uh power lines it would down and you can shoot the explosion of they all kinds of things so i don't know if they would transistors are how you see themselves that things were just completely like you know you look at a house in it's just two sticks to the started it's a bit of and the left if it's just boom a balanced we got walked and we really have no idea where to go as we go up to the top of scaife on uh which is really the first kind of coastal ranges you're hitting sensor rose that's about i maybe eight or have to.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The hour on news radio eighty three occasions feverish so how do you get a record republican turn out when leave political science experts tell us that in offyear elections the party out of power cleans up how does this happen how'd you get a rent gird republicans turned out when the media was telling us that the republicans are gonna stay home they were depressed they were down on the dawn's realize what a mistake they made with trump that the democrats were energized i think we're looking at a potential repeated two thousand here we've got everything including a rehash of the wellstone memorial and the democrats are not through irritating people you know for you people in the media and i don't mind giving you this heads up because i know you can't help yourselves you cannot stop your role you cannot stop making the mistakes you're making because you are behaving irrationally and so you're not gonna listen to a rational suggestion for me when you're forgetting something you're forgetting there's another team on the field and that team on the field is republicans and trump supporters and you're forgetting that they have not grown tired of trump trump still it is what he was when he was running for president he's the only thing standing between us and you people on the left ruining this country we have lost any enthusiasm for stopping you and the more insane you get the more ludicrous the more haved field the moral reactions like you had that the.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"So how do you get a record republican turn out when the political science experts tell us that in offyear elections the party out of power cleans up how does this happen how'd you get a red gird republican throughout when the media was telling us that the republicans are going to stay home they were depressed they were down on the dons realize what a mistake they made with trump that the democrats were at a child i think we're looking at a potential a two thousand two here we've got everything including a rehash of the wellstone memorial and the democrats are not through irritating people you know for you people in the media and i don't mind giving you this heads up because i know you can't help yourselves you cannot stop your role you cannot stop making the mistakes you're making because you are behaving irrationally and so you're not gonna listen to a rational suggestion for me but you're forgetting something you're forgetting there's another team on the field and that team on the field is republicans and trump supporters and you're forgetting that they have not grown tired of trump trump still is what he was when he was running for president he's the only thing standing between us and you people on the left ruining this country we haven't lost any enthusiasm for stopping you and the more insane you get the more ludicrous the more haved field the moral reactions like you had that the shooting in texas the more filthy you produce in hollywood the more rot gut you demand we accept the more energized we all get you're not depressing as you are taking us off and if you think republicans and trump supporters are gonna sent home because you have us depressed and thinking trump's gone in that trump's an idiot use still don't know what he had you in two thousand sixteen and if you're not careful the same thing happened to you in two thousand two is going to happen to you in november you're going to wake up and you're gonna lose 20 of those 25 senate seats you may have all the enthusiasm in the world you may have all the i hate generated voter turnout you.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Where green gold fast partly cloudy skies but we could see some showers over the next couple of days we'll tell you about a coming up on six evidence kdoi so how do you get a record republican turn out when the political science experts tell us that in offyear elections the party out of power cleans up how does this happen how you get a red gird republican throughout when the media was telling us that the republicans are going to stay home they were depressed they were down on the dons realize what a mistake they made with trump that the democrats were energized i think we're looking at a potential repeated two thousand here we've got everything including a rehash of the wellstone memorial and the democrats are not through irritating people you know for you people in the media and i don't mind giving you this heads up because i know you can't help yourselves you cannot stop your role you cannot stop making the mistakes you're making because you are behaving irrationally and so you're not gonna listen to a rational suggestion for me but you're forgetting something you're forgetting there's another team on the field and that team on the field as republicans and trump supporters and you're forgetting that they have not grown tired of trump trump still at years what he was when he was running for president he's the only thing standing between us and you people on the left ruining this country we haven't lost any enthusiasm for stopping you and the more insane you get the more ludicrous the more haved field the moral reactions like you had to the shooting in texas the more filth you produce in hollywood the more rock gut you demand we accept the more energized we all get you're not depressing as you are taking us off and if you think republicans and trump supporters are gonna sip home because you have us depressed and thinking trump's gone and the trump's an idiot use still don't know what hit you in two thousand sixteen and if you're not careful the same thing happened to you in two thousand two is going to happen to you in november you're going to wake up and you're going to lose twenty of those 25 senate seats you may have all the enthusiasm in the world you may have all the i hate generated voter turnout you.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In a debate and a reminded me of watching it into these senator paul wellstone memorial service you will remember you'll recall senator wellstone and as part of his family's crew died in a in a charter aircraft accident while he was campaigning akis i think this is gotta be back maybe eighteen years ago twenty maybe with less than that maybe it was twelve years ago fourteen years ago and i will written a never forget there are numerous republicans including senator watt trent lott to showed up numerous other republicans were there in support of memorial service they made the trek in one of senator wellstone since acquaintances friends termed the memorial service into an unabashed political rally a partisan political rally and got everybody riled up schommer d show that when certain republicans were introduced they were booed they were heckled i'm sorry is disrespectful era a memorial service and nobody stepped up and said even the organizer now after all these years said you know i should have done something said excuse me this is a memorial service this is not a political theater political a political convention this is a memorial service the people that are here have come out of the respect for senator wellstone and his memory and we will not devolve us into a if you feel you wanna make this a political rally i ask you to please leave nobody did that and it got raucous so much so that the republicans they ended up leaving and i'll never forget that and it turned on the democrats it turned on the democrats it turned on the democrat candidate at the time it turned because people looked at that and it rubbed them the wrong way and i'm telling you what i saw at the cnn town hall rubbed me the wrong way and i understand the parents are angry i understand that the kids that went through it are angry they have every right to be there morning their angry what they went through horrific tragedy but what i saw that cnn town hall going after people who came who showed up to the party and the musing that is a figure of speech was at a party but it turned into really a political rally but senator rubio was there dana loesch was there when i come back we're going to play couple of soundbites and i'll get into it my way if you.

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"wellstone" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It was a project veritas thing operation and this guy kramer is a democrat operative mary do a woman who's a democratic congressman from uh from chicago illinois and he's right you've proudly admitting what they did the staying artist is faking interest in being hired for one of these operations that we find out looking at white house logs of this guy robert kramer zeman in out of the west wing hundreds of times with something like eighteen or twenty personal visits would obama in the oval office the house seventy different what the russians did or my point is that what kramer was doing was attempting to undermine their political opponent by making it look like at trump rallies the most of the people there hated trump and they even succeeded in getting a trump rally in chicago cancel because of the threat of violence in the thing is it was it was reopened it was fake it was bought and paidfor they had to pay anti trump people show up so what does this have to do with the school protest we'll it's right out of the same playbook this is i'm sorry for realising it fun and i i'm sitting here i'm a veterans student of american politics i may highly trained and wells deep analyst and i've seen all of this before i've seen this kind of behavior remain hillary clinton bus tour of four heart health care plan back in the nineties we saw this at the wellstone memorial back in two thousand two or the democrats hijacked a funeral service or a memorial to advance their political agenda and they do it they operate under the premise that everybody is angry and hates republicans or trump of a president of the day backed than it was george w bush and the pictures when these marches and protests happen the pictures and the accompanying stories are going to be what they're going to be totally anti trump they are going to be totally anti republican are gonna be totally anti mra is this predictable as if the democrats were announcing this march and announcing these protests so yeah you wonder how it could have been put together so quickly and.

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"wellstone" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on WTVN

"This election for paul we can be they answered their prayers if you help us win this election for paul wellstone air was able morial imagine yourself at a memorial for your family member and somebody hijacks to advance something they care about at the expense of your deceased family member this was televised by cspan it was widely televised because everybody in the media thought it was going to be a grand home run for the democrats and he led to a shocking defeat some one week later to thirty at news radio 610 wtvn a rally of students in tallahassee also brought in survivors of the pulse nightclub shooting from orlando in 2016 by print the choice for our republican legislators is very clear either do your jobs or get the hell out of our rallies taking place of florida and washington dc calling on lawmakers to enact tougher gun laws following last week's shooting at a high school in parkland florida a maryland police officers dead following a shooting this morning a shoot out with the suspect happened near a gas station and prince george's county suspect was also reportedly killed amazon's quietly offering exclusively made over the counter health products on its website last fall the company launched its basic care line which feature sixty healthcare products ranging from ibuprofen to allergy medications abc's six first warning weather more rain was some falling temperatures this afternoon light rain continues now and it's 48 at your severe weather station i'm scott jennings next report at three for breaking news and weather alerts instantly follow us on twitter at 610 wtvn news hazmat mccoy it's cold outside the house the inside of your home field if it's cold as well because a leaky windows you need to talk to my guys at universal windows direct where it's by one win over the next window free with no limit zero percent financing for thirty six months some restrictions apply and free installation windows are incredible they use technology developed by nasa called super spacer and it keeps the cold air out of your home call now for your free inhome estimate six one four two.

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"wellstone" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Serbians from every one qualities usually found in narcissistic vengeful autocrats palestinian president mahmoud abbas said after the vote that he would no longer accept any peace plan proposed by the united states senator al franken delivered his farewell address to the senate on thursday after announcing that hell officially resign on january second but at the end of the day is going to be up to the american people just like it's always been we always have the democracy we deserve you've got the government we is going to take ordinary americans deciding to become more informed consumers of political news and opinion and deciding that they're willing to be part of the argument themselves instead of simply tuning out all the noise and if they do i know that we will get this country back on track he invoked the late paul wellstone paul understood better than anyone i know the meaning and the power of power fix paul said quote politics is not about power politics is not about out money politics is not about winning for the sake of winning politics is about the improvement of people's lives even in the face of everything that is happening today i still believe in paul's words politics is about the improvement of people's lives i know those words be true because i know that the american people still believe injustice inequality and opportunity and i see evidence of that every day the american people know that to be true.

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"wellstone" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Staple okay ari here is on the senate floor yesterday very sad or you too will experienced setbacks and defeats some disappointments there will be days when you will wonder whether it's worth it what i want you to know is that even today he even on the worst day of my political life i feel like it's all been worth politics paul wellstone told us is about the improvement of people's lives i know that the work i've been able to do as improve people's lives i would do it all over again in a heartbeat you know he and the here's with kills me susannah he really is someone as we know i didn't need to do this he was obviously incredibly wealthy from show business and he really was inspired by paul wellstone who was you know oppressive warrior in his homes home state of minnesota it just at anyway whole thing i was the arias i'm still fear i'm that's gonna stay man forever as fragile says you white people aren't used as being this mad this long oh my gosh silent got mad the angry is in the world greater everything to turn as it always has the amal thank you it's me on your aggressive progressive leeson eureka hello hi we were so excited we're geeky now appears coming down to san francisco uh we're gonna see you in thing in yeah they're really kind of hoping for a real party but well okay that's one reason on talk we're bringing you special chocolates and and and no i think i know what you mean well california no not those okay all right uh but we're bringing you special chocolate thank you lisa their handmade from humble cami and voting for dc all right all right lisa wow we that seems she seems like insomnia little mix from chocolate country i don't buy this some from hershey pennsylvania mars hershey.

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"wellstone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Lot of long hours and late nights in hard lessons and there is no guarantee that all your work and sacrifice will ever pay off i won my first election by three hundred twelve votes could have easily gone the other way and even when you win progress is far from inevitable paul wellstone spent his whole wife working for mental health parity and it been passing till six years after paul by this year a lot of people who didn't grow up imagining that they ever get involved in politics have done just that they've gone to their first protest march or made their first call to a member of congress or maybe even taken the leaping put their names on a ballot for the first time it can be such a rush but look around a room of full people ready to fight alongside you the feel that energy to imagine it better things are possible were you too will experienced setbacks in defeats the disappointments there will be days when you will wonder whether it's worth it what i want you to know is that even today he even on the worst day of my political life i feel like it's all been worth it politics paul wellstone told us is about the improvement of people's lives i know that the work i've been able to do as improve people's lives i would do it all over again in a heartbeat for a decade now every time i would get tired or discouraged from frustrated i would think about the people i was doing this for and would get me backup on my feet i know the same will be true for every one who decides to pursue a politics that is about improving people's lives and i hope you know that i will be fighting alongside you every step of the way with that mr president i you'll the floor senator al franken democrat from minnesota earlier today he was first elected in.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Also was a telethon bunch of leftist celebrities got together for a telethon to raise money for the hurricane relief efforts and it quickly turned into the wellstone memorial junior it became nothing more than a leftist ransacked stevie wonder led it off you have always told your climate change if people a believe it it's a religion as stevie wonder was talking about climate change they had a church choir and in oregon when people decked out in robes chanting things behind him while he was singing a right and they were even as iba's eulogizing are talking about climate change i mean literally illustrating to these people that had served manage religious matt lauer was interviewing somebody in an was asking oh he was part of the cia fawn and and he was lying about the fact that he said this is the strongest hurricane these are the most powerful hurricane on record that ever hit new 97 it's number seven it's not even close it's not even close to the biggest in dangerous most damaging hurricane they're just how they're lying through their teeth about this and in any buddy the germans use them they terrible person but we knew that already anyway let's see what is happening on if somebody just just got this news then he hoyer coach rush limbaugh inhouse more oh that's about immigration oh and get this because of the just the nature of things we haven't focused a lot on washington politics this week book today we're not going to be able to avoid it try this headline white house don't be silly trump has always supported amnesty how many of you people.

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"wellstone" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"On the left coast chemical number if you want to be on the program eight hundred two eight two julie a german email address elrushbo an eib network that us facility i just got the audio sound bite roster there's one about mainers to about me paul krugman writes that i am a terrible person of the day in the new york times because of my the lies that their reporting are sat about the hurricane not being a threat i mean this is the new york times and the washington post are both lying i mean there's no other way there's no word are not misspeaking it's not that they have it wrong there is no way they could not no they are publishing lies and they are continuing to do so evident crumbling said well it just means that limbaugh's a terrible person but that's nothing new we already knew that the problem is he's not an outline their there are a lot of people who think white limbaugh things rush limbaugh terrible person is that guy luke looks like a fair it calling me a terrible person who's not been right on anything economically and that's his expertise just amazing mrs clinton you know the book the title the cover of her book you don't need to know anymore the top half of the what happened in the bottom half hillary rodham clinton that's what happened she tried she got kicked out and she's still can't get over it and funny things are happening on her book signing chore uh there are also was a telethon budget leftist celebrities got to for a telethon to raise money for the hurricane the relief efforts emmys quickly turned into the wellstone memorial junior it became nothing more than a leftist ransacked stevie wonder led it off you're not always told your climate change if people are believe it it's a religion as stevie wonder was talking about climate change they had a church choir and in oregon would people decked out dowden robes chanting things behind him while he was singing a right was even as iba's eulogizing are talking about climate change and he literally illustrating to these people that had served that religious matt lauer was in it billy coverage do they oil election like hughesy levin ted 993 wbt even if it is awesome accord cali competition welcome back to perspective i'm cheri preston overseas another terror attack this week in london this one of the london too but.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The immediate coast throughout the afternoon it'll be sunny inland of course alive highs ranging from the mid60s to the mid nineties and the winds look like shelby west southwesterly between ten and twenty five miles per hour this is the take away i'm todd's relic victory for iraqi forces over isis in mozell and a long long way to go iraqi civilians and soldiers thumbs on the streets that people also celebrating kinkel mia reason victory wellstone in a roth moore's fat iraqi forces or declaring victory over isis and most iraqi prime minister haida allahabad congratulated the iraqi forces the people on the victory and declared the city liberal of the money supply the many use but i suppose you would choose terrified civilians emerge from the rubble my my god isolated let us is there were snipers shooting at a missile is iraq's biggest metropolis outside of baghdad second largest city and gaining control of the city was one of isis he says most significant strategic win the level of destruction and the old city is almost total it will take two months to restore basic services such as electricity and water literally every single building is reduced to rubble many will carry the scars of this battle for the rest of their lives you heard there the reports of celebrations and elation as iraqi forces finally dr isis out of mozell with the city the islamic state is held for more than three years behind the joy though is devastation nearly a million iraqis were displaced by the invasion and the fighting and thousands died on sunday iraqi prime minister hyder allah body arrived in mozell dressed in battle fatigues to celebrate the army's victory it's a major defeat for isis but now it only gives way to concerns about what's next as the brutal and violent movement is back into a corner timor ango is the.

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"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wellstone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By three hundred twelve votes are the percentagewise the narrowest margin ever in the history of the son of senate elections and our i needed the proved to minnesotans because the campaign had been pretty ugly and they use a lot of material that i had written or said during my thirty five forty years comedian and put it through this fifteen million dollar machine called the humour eiser eight all the irony in context out of anything i'd senate come at the end inferior offensive so i had the prove the people that i was serious are serious about doing his job for the people minnesota and doing what paul wellstone who held the seat before man who died two weeks or less than two weeks before two thousand two watching uh he said that politics is not about power thought about money it's not about winning for the sake of winning it's about improving people's lives and so i set out to prove that the that that's what i was doing and it wasn't until i won six years later by very comfortable marging that i said okay i can be funny again i can be funny again so you right in the book that after devoting her life to learning how to be funny you had to learn not to be funny once you've got right politics whether an example of how you sabotaged yourself by being funny well i used to when i when i first started out this i i went to uh paul wellstone dhs campaign manager and sat down with them had coffee and uh he said.

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