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"west florida" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"west florida" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"In here are allen. Come here april now. You come a lot of times. We get in and everyone like all right. My mom made it'll be biden's bins in the house and listen. I'm making them an by mama bins to. But by the time i do that. I'm gonna have probably twenty other people in that room with me. I've helped them as well. So i that is why. Don't miss a beat exists. Because i think. And i'll say this and be quiet that the true evolution of the african american community. Because i i am artist and a human being but i'm a black man and and the evolution of our race is not going to evolve into we as a people come together and create new opportunities that shape that new society. We can't be waiting on the other person or the other culture to give us. We still even. Though they bought the hand some more opportunities we still got to create our ownership. And help our people and that's how we will see that society that we want over time. So that's why. That's why i started by mississippi. That's beautiful man. I resonate with all that. And i haven't i haven't pulled my my north west florida card yet but i'll oh i tend to. I'm here in pensacola growing up. So as you talk about this. I'm thinking about my neighborhood's i'm thinking about you know i. I haven't been able to go back of course in florida. But you know miami and northwest. Larva are like two different states united. Okay i'm thinking about the people that i didn't you know don't say i wanna say left behind but that are still there than don't have the opportunities because we are still as you said building and as i was coming up in school i thank god there were people mentors but as you now you're building that pipeline you're becoming that that gateway right to where now somebody else thirty forty years from now will feel your space and i think that's what that's a biblical thing to we talked about. You start absolutely you know. We are supposed to be looking for our moses and our joshua's right so moses doesn't have joshua to come back and take over and go on to jordan and moses dies and everything just ends with him war and again not to not to beat that horse. Because you know..

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Without Cruise Ships, Key West Residents Are Enjoying A Quieter, Clearer Harbor

Environment: NPR

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Without Cruise Ships, Key West Residents Are Enjoying A Quieter, Clearer Harbor

"In twenty nine thousand nine. Almost a million people visited the small island of key west florida by cruise ship since late march. Twenty twenty the island like the rest of the country has had no cruise ship traffic. The whole industry was shut down by the pandemic now. Cruise lines are preparing to start sailing in the us again. As soon as this summer as wwl are ns. Nancy klinger reports key west would like that restart to be on a much smaller level but the state of florida has other ideas on most evenings. The key west harbor front is packed. Hundreds of people had their to admire the sun sinking into the gulf of mexico. Artists sell their work one performer. Juggles fire another balances a bike on his head out on the water. There's a big catamaran on a sunset cruise around boat shaped like a tiki hut with a bar in the middle motors past fishing. Boats had in for the evening but one kind of vessel is missing for decades cruise ships. Were an almost daily site in key west harbor but none of sailed in the us more than a year if key westerners have their way the big ships that towered over the low lying town are over last. November residents voted to limit. Crews visitation julia. Gonzales has lived here for twenty years. She's selling silk scarves masks bags at the sunset celebration on the harbor. She says she doesn't miss the cruise ships. I'm enjoying it. Actually well primarily because the beaches look more beautiful now the ocean. When i've been out there snark land st- everything seems just fresher and cleaner and better. You know it was very mckeever. Many many years and just slowly deteriorating and now i feel like what a chain isn't the only one who noticed benson is a local fishing guide. He says the area around cuba's harbor is a major thoroughfare for turpin an important game fish for the keys people come from all over the world to catch silver king on fly but benson says in recent years the silt stirred up by cruise ships pushed out the carpet and smothered the seabed

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"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Republic of West Florida in the year. 18 10, West Florida declared itself an independent country and its government lasted three whole months. Before surrendering to the United States Army. What do these political movements have in common? Whether they lasted 15 centuries or 15 weeks. They're all temporary. Keep that in perspective, all political security is temporary. But if you believe Jesus really is who he says he is. If you believe that he really did give himself as the ransom sacrifice to defeat the beast and win back humanity for God's family. If you believe that God raised him from the dead so that all nations all peoples, all languages one day would worship and serve him forever as the son of God, the son of man Then you can let politics be. Temporary Because you already belonged to a kingdom. That will not pass away. Political entities, like all other human arrangements in this mortal life are temporary. Like childhood. By that I don't mean that political systems are necessarily improving with time like they're predictably following some childhood growth chart. I don't mean that No. This president. Evil age is more like one long overdrawn phase of rebellious adolescence. Because of Jesus. It's only temporary. Temporary isn't necessarily bad. However, whoever came up with a free independent republic of West Florida I don't think they thought it through all the way. But still for the most part temporary isn't bad. It's just not permanent. It's a phase. My childhood. It's got its ups and downs. And like every child Politics has it's beastly side. Even and especially Church politics. But it's just a face. It'll be over before you know it. So don't look to politics for your security. Use politics for good. To help people. And look to Jesus. Come again. To raise the dead. Bring the kingdom Put away childish things. Be a man. Be a woman. Be about your father's business. That little baby who blew out his burrito all over me. Almost 18 years ago. Is now a young man. I'm so proud of him. I want the best for him. You probably have someone That you're proud of, and you want the best for them, and I pray that They would know and that you would know. That we would all know. That even though all these human arrangements are temporary, and that Jesus could return tomorrow We can still use our creativity. And energy. To do good and to help people. That's what it means to be a man. It's what it needs to be a woman. You don't have to be the man. You don't have to be the woman. You could just be a man a woman because you know the man you know the sun. Man. Would you talk to him with me? Let's pray Jesus. Son of God, Son of man. We look for you to come again in glory to bring your father's kingdom on Earth as it is in heaven. As nations rage and roar around us always keep things in perspective. So that we put away childish things. We will always remain God's Children. Because you live and you reign with the father and the Holy Spirit. One God, now and forever. Amen. You're listening to the Lutheran. Our celebrating 90 years of bringing Christ to the nations and the nations to the church next week marks the beginning of advent. Dr Michael Zigler talks now with Dr Kerr Evo about writing our latest series of Advent devotions. Thank you, Mark. I'm visiting with Dr Kerry vote. She is a writer for Loosen our ministries. Carrie, tell us what do you write for Lutheran ministries. Oh, wow. Will I write pretty much? Whatever I'm asked, But a big part of that is the daily devotions or the seasonal devotions..

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"west florida" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You might not be thinking about it because folks ain't coming downtown Chicago. But Chicago for the fourth year in a row, has made the top of the readers list, according to Conde Nast Traveller, Condon asked the traveler peoples. Reader survey. They said OK, what's the best hotel chain? What's the best airport? What's the best airline? What's the best resort spa and the news was that Chicago for the fourth or fifth year in a row, now is the best big city. In America in the world to visit. He would say that they broke it down in the big cities and small cities, so small cities 250,000 people our last best place to go there Reader's Choice Award survey. Number 10 Key West Florida nine. Jackson Hole, Wyoming Savannah Aspen, Greenville, South Carolina. Alexandria, Virginia. Laguna Beach, California, Carmel by the sea or do you say Carmel by the Sea California Santa Fe in Charleston, South Carolina. Best small city. Big cities. Think Petersburg, Florida. Tucson, Nashville. San Diego San Diego is number seven. San Diego's lovely, isn't it? New York City six, San Antonio five New Orleans Boston The capital. And then Chicago, Illinois. Talking to us a little bit about that is Corinna Quinn. Karina. You're on W G. N Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me and congratulations, Chicago. Yeah, How'bout that you're from Chicago. I understand. Not originally, though. I wish I went to graduate school there and then I was an intern at Chicago magazine or not. That's that's a good resume. Which school did you go to in the city? I went to middle of Northwestern, Very Nice City Guide's director of Conda Nast Traveller. So how many of what I see 700,000 people something like that? 100% there. We have 700,000 readers who have registered on our site. They vote online. 30. We heard you're running. But this is the fourth year that Chicago has topped the largest city left. Why? Why did they like Chicago so much? I mean, what's not to love? Um I will tell you. I mean this year 97% of them Wade and how much they love Chicago Art scene, which is, you know, No surprise there, But here everything. How you some of the comments we have about what we struck out at me, Someone said, it's the greatest city in the world that people make the difference. Unique neighborhood full of global and local influences. Um, and then again, like Chicago and their superfine late. There was a lot of talking about how Chicago does everything you want on a global scale that people make it really special. You know, it's I'm glad to hear that. To be honest with you. I'm a little surprised not because I think that Chicagoans aren't friendly. But whenever my wife and I travel if we go to Michigan, if we go to France, it seems like people are nice generally, especially if you're a tourist. I'm going to hotels and restaurants. It's a service industry. And generally I think folks are very nice out there. But Chicago rates a notch above, huh? I'll tell you, you know when I lived there, It was a really pretty to leave the city from a tree because you make friends wherever you want, And I think that's kind of like Chicago has been 77 really rich neighborhood. But I still giving it a very personal feel that what other large cities Contessa fairly d'oh Sometimes you visit Big city, then you feel like a number, But I don't think you really feel that when you're in Chicago, you all said, And you're right up that folks who are tourists to Chicago. Go to the Gold Coast. They come downtown. Maybe they're even in the loop. But they also eventually work their way out into the neighborhoods. And that's where the real flavor of the city is, isn't it? 100%. I think I've kind of where the magic happened. We saw that. They're like starting ticket over into the West Loop. They're starting to get over. You know, I mean, people have always been drawn to the carpark and Wicker Park in Bucktown. I think they're making their way to like Andersonville. I think they're branching out more and more as they understand, you know that every pocket has something to offer. If you are in the suburbs, I think you should. And I think sometimes a tourist from the suburbs from Naperville from Joliet, this how it's going to Chicago. You're going. We'll go to the bean will go to Navy Pier. Great, but just pick a neighborhood and say, All right, we're just going to go stroll up and down. Ah Clark Street in this Clark ER Is it Broadway anyway? We're going to go to Andersonville or we'll just pick a neighborhood and don't worry about finding the perfect restaurant or a pub. Just pick a spot, you know, stroll around sort of discover Chicago that way. So Chicago number one, and then all of those have the cities that I mentioned you guys do other than cities. You do cruise lines, airlines things like that. Who are some of the winners in those categories? Oh, absolutely. It's really interesting way want our readers to table Tio weigh in on what they think about all aspects from travel. When it comes to cruise lines. Crystal Cruises topped both lists for small and medium size ship. That's a perennial favourite. And what was interesting this year? Okay, so I will tell you. The survey runs from April to June. So this is the first year in our history where you know people are voting at a time and a lot of them couldn't travel. Um And I think that gave them a chance to be a little more reflective because we felt from knew where your entrance into the results this year. So like moxie and under canvas, those air like smaller, more like a tiki, punchy browns and hotel. They appeared right alongside, of like luxury places like close with hotels, which I thought showed a real range. So who is the tops on the hotel's rosewood hotels? That's a chain of hotels. That's a chain of hotels. That's a very beloved brand in the U..

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Los Angeles Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Jailed On Trespass Charge In Key West, Florida

WIOD Programming

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Andrew Toles Jailed On Trespass Charge In Key West, Florida

"Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew toles a Key West jail after cops found him asleep behind a fed ex building at Key West airport the officers say from his appearance he seemed like a homeless person he was arrested on trespassing charges after refusing to leave the premises goals did not play with the Dodgers last season after starting with the club in twenty

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"west florida" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"west florida" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Testing capacity a very small school in Key West Florida got creative with their commencement ceremony they held a socially distance jet ski graduation the seniors of which there were eleven all wore caps gowns a facemask Hey road through the Key West waters to grab their diplomas the principal of the school stood in the back of it anchored boats and use an extendable grabber tool to hand them out gradually each student from a distance of six feet that's awesome no it's great very funny made it work only eleven kids it's a very small school it's very very small I'd say twenty two is one of four three my favs balance of the morning is doing it is.

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Using Telemedicine to Limit PPE Usage

The Voice of Healthcare

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Using Telemedicine to Limit PPE Usage

"The other sort of interesting telemedicine effort that blended into the PD. You situation and actually using Video conferencing system von impatient inside Just in our own hospital to limit some of the in and out of patience rooms and utilization of supply. They have the video abilities for docs for nurses to be able to video conference with fish in our in hospital and technological aspect. That is interesting to watch it. Just the explosion diagnostic testing and ability both in drug testing for the virus and labs developing earn test. But also the hunt for. What did the antibody response look like? And what that means A fascinating things that are happening So we cover a wide swath of southeast Alabama as well as parts of Georgia and West Florida close to seven hundred thousand people so a lot of the things that you see from Alabama Department of public about the number of patients that are diagnosed in Houston County as kind of a misnomer in the sense that In the southeast health right now we've had ten cova deaths There's three in the county that are outside of what we've reported so our hospital right now is At Max Capacity and they are utilizing quite a bit a. p. p. e. and they're very concerned about Their supplies moving forward that actually utilize the Labor pool of people who've been furloughed from Outpatient surgeries etc to actually start fabricating gowns the reusable. They have a pattern and there are people sewing. They create a yesterday. Twenty two hundred gowns We have people making masks Out The from around a Area who are donating to the hospital for the patients. Just you know the usual cloth. Reusable mass and we have had three D. printing from a com to create fait shields. Necessity brings out the best in the ingenuity. And it's showing around here. What we actually started doing here is Evaluating patients out in the parking lot. We have been utilizing telly. Help To reach our patients the only issue we that we really run into is Internet service So some of our patients just can't do zoom they don't have they can't facetime on their iphones So we do have to go to telephone for the majority of our patients decrease PP usage by doing zoom into a room Mostly with consultants right now and the Er has done it where they the patient once. And then they leave Zoom capabilities in there to reassess the patient without having to go back in repeatedly waste p. p. e. so from our rural perspective. you know. I think our challenges are a lot socioeconomic an

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"west florida" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"To keep your feet steady in tornado season if enroll up there in a frigging beautiful galloping horse beautiful galloping F.. Three fifty hours go. Go say at three fifty. Buddy you know damn knowles there that would have been awesome. BEECHER's how yeah should've but it's so fast. It was just like a quick exchange at the elevator. I'm so influenced by the people that I see on a daily basis out there. You see God bless you sorry and plenty of people dressing like that really now with the spurs no straight cowboys cowboys. Yeah you probably see it a lot more out west West Florida. But I've never seen anybody with spurs walking around here does another thing I wanted to tell. Oh Yeah we went to that Rodeo state park by Bednarz Marshall Yeah. Okay yeah tell me about it. We walked around right ten bucks to park. Yeah and the guy at the gate doesn't provide change so if you don't have change you go into the visitor's center and paying their yeah that was like you got ten dollars a car and he doesn't have changed for what and it's free if bicycle everybody's pain and let's say a lot of people didn't tense right so at some point you have a lot of change thousands buddy thousand housing buddy no change so he puts it into fucking tank pocket. Sorry but it's cool you know. There's a boat ramp a launch ramp down at the end. That's just right into the everglades and there's like these loops loop trails. That's all flat like basically everglades stuff and then to the right. There's wasn't one two three seven seven loops. The first loop is two miles. The second loop is four miles but all from the same starting point you know And then the third lupus six miles are they. uh-huh drive time. Whatever wanted is a cement as wrote no well? The main road is cement. You know the loops dirt. Jog It but more like hiking is I was walking with malls like alligators. Thomas going for Jog August here now for ten bucks and got for you to match me the day. That was a good one timing. It has come back next year. Yes cool a.

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"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

"Years ago called sea quest just wondering if you had anything to say about those are the if this was an interesting film I think it was technically accurate the way it was done obviously monster I don't know that we have those who knows question anything on the art bell program what about the scenes where they were very very deep and they're actually you recall one person died correct and was resuscitated very cold water very short time possible though huh possible yeah hello you have a question there's a shows on a couple years ago called sea quest with Roy Scheider yeah obviously I think the submarine and the technology there is part of bands of whether that would be at the speeds it is very fearful travels much faster than they should be but I think interesting program Roy Scheider reminds me a lot of my captain actually as a result and west in the in the in Key West Florida market I've met him totally on Clinton in a partner when not down to Key West but I'd have interesting program it's it's far from it far from being accurate technically though all right where do you work stay in contact with any of your old the shipments yes you do have you considered yourself writing a book yes but not specifically a move in the submarine department I haven't done that you know you certainly could all right yeah but I'll tell you with the hunt for red October and with the hi my name is blocked by better read this one quick the market orders you well know I do indeed but there are health concerns that are you had written there in our national map and when you operate on I had witnessed several ordered two articles for a now defunct magazine which I enjoyed it they went over a quite well and I have been working on a on a on a on a manuscript the one knows something a little bit different from suffering Asian food with a book that I had always wanted to write about survival communications something that I'm working on right now resting very interesting listen do you have an email address or anything you would like to give out if people would like to verify I'd love to hear comments from that and information or answer questions from people my yeah my email address is radio man.

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Man who stole $300 from Kmart recently bought $8 million island

Joyce Kaufman

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Man who stole $300 from Kmart recently bought $8 million island

"Key West Florida police say a guy there he bought an eight million dollar island off of key west. And now he's also accused in a scheme to steal three hundred dollars in household items. From KMart guy has money just wanted to steal from K mart. Andrew Francis Lippi was arrested on Saturday on a felony charge of grand theft. He was released from jail on Sunday. Miami Herald is reporting that he bought Thompson island which had been the home to the family of Edward B night philanthropist. He also owns the real world house in key west. We're MTV shot the seventeenth season. He bought items including a curate coffeemaker between March thirtieth and April fifth. He returned the original boxes with other items packed inside. So we take security and then returns the box and things KMart's not gonna look inside the box. Levy said the theft allegation is complicated. And I'd rather not talk about it. You're just doing that. For the thrill of your life is not complete just being super Uber wealthy. I guess not you buying island for eight million dollars. And then you steal three hundred dollars. That's crazy

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"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One other factor to consider on broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And instead of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is that? How's it possible that you can have one state where the state budget of one hundred one hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York. What for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been Graham Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, Ryan comparative state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much new business. There's too many labor unions with stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida to locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York, but New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that the Blasios is increasing spending in New York by about three billion dollars in income tax. Revenues are going to go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now almost complaining about New Yorkers leaving. Yes, what people aren't stupid? They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate, and in Florida barely stayed with the Republican party because so many people have moved so many people moved out of California, Nevada, Utah Arizona, they take the politics with him. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona, Utah, New Mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if aligned becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark, Harry, I could not conc- somehow of Justin Fairfax, the black guy stepping down because of a scandal leaving the two white guys in place who appeared in black face. Can you believe that in density, politics, Virginia, which is become more or less a blue state at the black guy would step down and the two white guys? Use. Black face. They would stay in power. I don't see it happening. I Billy Cunningham the great American live with you every Sunday night. Join me and more at twelve oh seven my guests where we can brew discussing. A course the Bearcats loss at Houston. Newsradio seven hundred w w. News, traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati..

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"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida and the state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is it? How's it possible that you can have one state where the state budget of one hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people. It's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and. State of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor modern grammar Lawton child. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of grain and the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, Ryan comparative state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses one to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much new business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida when a locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized, and by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but the Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even his income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues going to go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate, and in Florida barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with him. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if line becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I could not conceive somehow of Justin Fairfax,.

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"west florida" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on KTOK

"Okay. Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And then state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion state of New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is that how's it possible that you can have one state for the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people than Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York, but for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been grammar Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a incipient conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California run compared the state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi south? Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida to locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but the Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York. Absolutely. Leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars winning compact revenues are gonna go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna pi pay high taxes with few government services that are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with them and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if line becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the tobacco happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I.

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"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on WTVN

"Broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida in the state of New York. Let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is it? How's it possible that you can have one state where the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people, it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York, but for the past thirty or forty years and stayed afloat. Largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor modern grammar Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run the state of Texas or Florida significant differences businesses one, okay? Spanned businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida wanna locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so. The services in Florida are as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since twenty fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership Blasi you is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even his income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue state. I can't conceive. Of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if align becomes available. We have two lines open now one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. I could not.

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"west florida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"From south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And instead of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion steady New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state as Florida has a million more people. So why is that? How's it possible that you can have one state, but the state budget of one hundred hundred eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida largely. Is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been Graham Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run comparative, data, Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business. There's too many labor unions would stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida wanna locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio is spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers are voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars winning tax. Revenues are going to go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They want to go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border that bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida barely stayed with the Republican party. There's so many people have moved so many people who moved out to California and Nevada Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And it's a consequence. Those states have become blue state. I can't conceive. Of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is suddenly going to become a purple or red state simply not going to happen. So let's continue if align becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson the debacle happening in Virginia. Between governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax in attorney, general Mark Herron. I.

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"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Forecast from K to just minutes from now at the bottom of the hour. News Radio eleven ninety six. Another factor to consider broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And instead of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion state of New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is that how's it possible? They can have one state for the state budget of one hundred hundred and eighty billion with fewer people in Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York, but for the past thirty or forty years and. The state of Florida largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been grammar Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exist in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run comparative, data, Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive that a cost too much through business there. Just too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida when locate in Mississippi, South Carolina. China maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do it. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so the services in Florida or as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. What other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio spending twenty five percent more money than spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even his income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that de Blasio is increasing the spending in New York by about three billion dollars Winningham tax revenues are gonna go down by about one billion dollars. So in New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't want to pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They want to go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with him and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California, Nevada, Utah Arizona, they take the politics with him. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if align becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Which when governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring..

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"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Factor to consider broadcasting tonight from south west Florida, which I love Florida's a well run state. There's no income tax. There's no state tax. There's about a million more residents in Florida. And then state of New York, let's compare the state budget for the state of Florida that provides great services friendly people is about ninety billion dollars a year state of Florida ninety billion state of New York. Well, that would be one hundred eighty billion dollars almost twice as much. So it takes the state of New York twice as much money to run the Empire State as opposed to the sunshine state that has Florida has a million more people. So why is the how's it possible that you can have one state for the state budget of one hundred eighty billion with fewer people than Florida that a state budget of ninety billion when Florida's got more people it's because the Democratic Party has largely been in charge of New York what for the past thirty or forty years and state of Florida. Largely is a red state. I can't recall the last democratic governor might have been Graham Lawton child's. I'm not sure who it was. But it certainly the idea of running Florida in a insipid conservative fashion is kind of ingrained in the way Florida exists in the way, Florida runs compare that to California house, California, run comparative, data, Texas or Florida significant differences businesses want to expand businesses want to go to Florida businesses. Want to go to Mississippi, South Carolina. They want to go to Georgia. They don't want to go to California. They do not want to go to Illinois. They do not want to go to New York New jersey, and it's because of high taxes high rules and regulations, and the fact that government is too oppressive. Then a cost too much new business. There's too many labor unions was stupid rules. And so if you're a business owner, you want to locate in Texas when locate in Florida to locate in Mississippi, South Carolina, maybe north or South Carolina, which is changing a little bit metastasized. And by metastasized thing, I mean Californians who leave to go to Nevada take with them their politics. Sadly, and they're running away from California because of the results of democratic policies, then they moved to Nevada, and they vote what they vote democratic. How's that possible? How stupid is that? I think it's real stupid. I mean, it's real stupid do that kind of stuff. But it's what they do. It's unfortunate. Exactly. What's occurring? And so. The services in Florida are as good or better than the services in New York. But New York is twice the cost of Florida with fewer people because the democratic policies and democratic ideals. One other quick note is that since two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages what five years ago, the city of New York under the leadership, but de Blasio is spending twenty five percent more money than his spend in two thousand fourteen including a plan three billion dollar increase this year, even as income tax collections are declining by billion so because New Yorkers voting with their feet and leaving New York absolute leaving New York. In spite of that of de Blasio is increasing the spending a New York by about three billion dollars when income tax revenues are gonna go down by about one billion dollars. So New York right now Cuomo's complaining about New Yorkers, leaving guess what people aren't stupid. They don't wanna pay high taxes with few government services. That are productive and good. They wanna go to somewhere that has less taxes less regulations. Let more ability to be entrepreneurial and take care of business. And so it's kind of sad that when New Yorkers moved to Florida instead of them leaving their politics at the border. They bring the politics with them and begin voting for Democrats, which is why the governorship in the Senate in in Florida, barely stayed with the Republican party for so many people have moved so many people who moved out of California, Nevada, Utah Arizona, they take the politics with them. And as a consequence those states have become blue states. I can't conceive, of course, California's gone. I can't conceive Nevada. Arizona utah. New mexico. Colorado state's were Californians have moved taking with them. Their politics is selling going to become a purple or red state, simply not going to happen. So let's continue if a becomes available. We have two lines open now. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later. We have Kevin Jackson on the debacle happening in Virginia. Which when governor Ralph Northam Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring..

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"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Hello, hello. This is Adrian burgundy is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book out find away, and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five. When she swam around than Hatton. Much more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and that is get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Speaking today with Diana diet, they are so thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say I know we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple of hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together Adrian, well, we are and you can see some videos of that on every walk walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a little bit of comic relief to my do go playing. But. Every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long long. Tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille pop thought. Oh. Up. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kind of my song and now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that philidelphia's city is eye candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of sheer delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride start looking up at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm going to ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely cut. There's no break for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years to you know, he's kind of known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here? Just inspire. One person. Twenty five million people were. Following the Cuba's went by the end. And you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. They didn't care if I was setting some new all the favor record. They cared about the message. They saw someone who you to give up and it seem without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I bow down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The other day in feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So it's I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad as iron man, they do it. Anyway. Lead me to do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I wanted everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on an adventure. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back, we're gonna talk about Diana naiad book, find a way, it is also that just a story of of what she did. And so on a story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things the physical things you can be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when Diana's case, it's very very clear mission. And I wanna come back, and I wanna talk to you next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you? And review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own ways telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they can do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. We're gonna talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get out a pencil and paper, you're gonna wanna know gonna write this down. Everything's online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's day in his own website is. Ever walk because these are life changing things. That's.

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In Cuba, climate change means harsher hurricanes and tough coffee growing

Climate Cast

04:40 min | 3 years ago

In Cuba, climate change means harsher hurricanes and tough coffee growing

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Climate change, Cuba and your morning coffee. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton here. This is climate gas. Climate change impacts are showing up worldwide. Our neighbors in Cuba, sit just ninety miles south of Key West Florida last week, I visited this beautiful island for the first time and I shared coffee with famed Cuban meteorologist Jose, ruby era. I learned about Cuba climate change and surprisingly Cuban coffee. That is we yes, please have some coffee Jose. I'll never be a PHD. I'm the former director of the national forecast center east for majority. That's the natural west have is the set time for many years. Also, I've been presenting weather in Cuban radio and television host say Grazia mature goose still. It was a pleasure to talk with you today here in Havana at the hotel Nacional when we talk about climate change in Cuba. What are the biggest impacts that Cuba is seen from climate change so far? Well, the because he banked is the raising up to she lever. Now, does he live house reason ferry vice Timmel's in the last thirty years thing pictures have risen also sealed point nine Chechen degree about one degree treasures on the Lincoln shown are the coastlines that long Cuban coastline is extremely vulnerable. To storm surge. Hurricane irma's. Search pushed several feet of water into the streets of Havana. Dr ruby era is one of the world's premier experts on hurricanes. Any told me his big concern is the growing link between warmer, oceans and more rapidly. Intensifying hurricanes part of his job on Cuban TV raising Cuba's climate change. I q what's the awareness level of climate change in Cuba with the people? Well, this White House not only in Asia climate change, everything that has to be with winning. Diamond because we in Daly broadcast for television radio. We also teach believed by little people. I wish awareness and knowledge. Even as we traveled outside of Havana climate remained, the topic of conversation. I'm just north of Trinidad in Cuba at topa, date tapes. It's a mountainous area where they grow coffee and our tour guide nasc- is telling us about how climate change is affecting coffee production in Cuba. Well, what is happening is that it's raining when it's not supposed to be the rainy season or the stood ri- when it's not supposed to be the dry season. And just to give you an example, the coffee plants they used to bloom like three times in a year. And then at the end they had a really good crop. Yeah. But now, they are blooming only one or twice the farmers are lucky, you know, because if it rains when the plants are having their flowers, the flowers hall, and then at the end, there are no beans, and that is happening, you know, with the coffee plantations so many years ago, the farmers they could use the same plant life for twenty twenty five years now that is not happening anymore. So now the maximum time, they they leave their plans at the patience is like ten years talking with Cubans like, our guide nasc-, I sense a high level of. Climate change awareness in Cuba. There's also something I learned back at lunch in Havana. I heard how Cuban's see Dr ruby era as their weather God hosts say was traveling in two thousand seventeen as hurricane Irma approached listen to restaurant owner, ROY describe how Cuban's missed Jose's weather reports on TV. I think it was a guy TV the first today's guy we had to be alert. Okay. Off on the one eighty we have through research. We have to know what's going on by the way. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner.

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"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bold the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad. Now, she's one of those folks, I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book at a find away. And we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer, you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five when she swam around then Hatton, much more. Recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and then get up and move and walk. So we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say no we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple hundred other people walked the the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian where we are. And you can see some videos of then on ever walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. You know, every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I I could make you a long long at tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought I thought. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military, but it means to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that Philadelphia city is I candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of fear delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, if you start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you want to do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie and Tony to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana's Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water over the sharks. There. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm gonna ask you this question. Maybe a little different. Question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no great for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years. You know, he's known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or am I, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person? Twenty five million people were follow. Knowing the Cuba's went by the end, and you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about the sports then care if I was setting some new all record they cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard can you run across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I doubt down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day. Yeah. Feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad ass iron man, they do it. Anyway, let me do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I want everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on the bench. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back, we're going to talk about Diana naiad book, find a way, it is also that just a story of of what she did. And so on it's a story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life, purpose listening skills. We talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things as physical things you could be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is the case. It's very very clear mission. And I wanna come back. I wanna talk to you and our next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you and river, you up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own always telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they could do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. Talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get outta pencil and paper you're gonna wanna know going to write this down. Everything's online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website is ever walk because these are life changing things. That's.

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"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:30 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don't see wrinkles. On my head and not my shoulder and a low. Hello, hello. This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talked about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks, I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary stripper, you know, that she has a wonderful book out find away, and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five. When she saw around Manhattan, much more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and that is get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say no we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple of hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together Adrian, well, we are and you can see some videos on ever walk and on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. Clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. You know, every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I I could make you a long long had tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought I thought. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a lethal few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that Philadelphia city is I candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the Cuco river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of sheer delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, if you start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you want to do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody could do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm going to ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you pick walking now, frankly, it's lovely, but there's no break free of it involved. Here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years. You know, he's kind of known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks every Saturday body, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuban afford. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person? Twenty five million people were follow. Cuba's when by the end, and you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. Then they care if I was setting some new hall of Famer record they cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for slimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the caller? Hurry desert in one hundred twenty degree heat. I bowed down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here to inspire people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad ass iron men, they do it. Anyway. Lead me to do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I want everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm listened to the excitement. Every time you go out the door, and you take a walk even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall, you're on the venture one foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to don't front of the other. And when we come back. We're gonna talk about Diana diet book find a way, it is also that just a story of what she did. And so on it too story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things I can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things as physical things you could be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when Diana's case, it's a very very clear mission. And I wanna come back, and I wanna talk to you next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you? And review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your only telling people your age, you're one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they could do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. Talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get of the pencil and paper you're gonna wanna know going to write this down. Everything was online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website with is ever walk because these are life changing things, that's what we bring to you. And.

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"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"west florida" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Coronado bridge San Diego. A lot of people have jumped off this bridge since nineteen eighty seven's a two mile long span it was a huge number four hundred and twenty people have jumped off since nineteen sixty nine they're going to put those little birds spikes out there. So that people don't I guess you would have to step on them to jump off the bridge or something. So if it works there it could work anywhere. The company says it's a they will look for more permanent barrier down the road. But for two miles span the bird spikes, they think will get the job done for now. But again, I would think that. Little bit of Ouch. Ouch. Ouch. Wouldn't sway somebody who's looking to offer them selves? But we do it works. We had our winter Bob on a cell is all it says Bob on a cell because Greg is still talking to him. It was twelve hundred. What is at one thousand two eighty seven. Not sure what his guests was. But he was close enough one thousand to eighty seven from here to Key West Florida, which check my phone I keep that's one of those. I I like it enough that I keep it on. My my weather key west right now is sixty six nine o'clock in the morning. Heading up to about seventy eight later on. That'll be nice. All right snacks threads caravan stops by and about a half an hour. And I think he's got the cowboy prior to that. And I'll talk to you early tomorrow morning news time, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w. News,.

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Florida, Congressman and Rooney discussed on Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Florida, Congressman and Rooney discussed on Dennis Prager

"The cavenaugh Senate hearing members of congress are also being briefed. On Florida's red ties some top officials from south west Florida are explaining the impacts of the algae bloom on the economy marine life and our general health congressman Francis. Rooney

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U.S. military copter crashes with 7 troops on board

America's Morning News

01:13 min | 4 years ago

U.S. military copter crashes with 7 troops on board

"Three five there were seven people on board a us military helicopter that crashed in iraq and h h sixty pave hawk helicopter crashed in iraq thursday near the border with syria there were seven personnel onboard the chopper at the time an investigation is underway but according to the military early indication say no hostile fire was involved in the accident the cause of the crash has not been confirmed this accident comes one day after two naval aviators were declared dead after their f eighteen fighter jet crashed off the coast of key west florida i'm john lawrence reporting british prime minister theresa may has been joined by australian leader malcolm turnbull in condemning the nerve agent attack on a former russian spy in south western england downing street says turn expressed his complete solidarity with the uk and its response to the attempted murder while the us and other nations have also condemned the attack and russia denies the attack and threatens reprisals i'm evan haning investments insecurities involves the risk of loss the following is a far too common tale of investing in annuities a successful couple invested a large portion of their savings and annuities thinking they were a safe way to guarantee a dependable income streams no matter what the market did.

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GOP considering recount, lawsuit after Pennsylvania special election

Morning Edition

02:24 min | 4 years ago

GOP considering recount, lawsuit after Pennsylvania special election

"The leisure seeker starring helen mirren and donald sutherland as a longtime married couple who decide to drop everything up their vintage rv embark on a new adventure to key west now playing wnyc independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly there's still no official winner in pennsylvania special congressional election democrat connor lamb has a six hundred twenty seven vote lead after all absentee ballots were counted republicans say they may request a recount or file a lawsuit lamb has declared victory over republican rick succumb and says he doesn't think president trump was much of a factor in the race most of the people that i've met on the actual street actual voters don't really wanna talk about the president one way or another in this campaign they want their own representative the winner will face re election in november the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet preparing to land in key west florida both crew members aboard ejected but neither survived college basketball's march madness kicks into high gear today with sixteen games in the main bracket of the ncw division one men's basketball tournament here's npr's tom goldman some of the country's top teams play today including kansas villanova and duke the appeal of this tournament also means teams like radford iona and pan get their moment in the spotlight probably not for long usa today says the money of march madness includes ten billion dollars bet on the tournament two point three billion in lost workplace productivity and zero dollars paid players virginia is the tournament's top seed i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york house speaker paul ryan says he's not opposed of funding a new hudson river rail tunnel despite a veto threat by president trump that's according to local lawmakers who met with ryan yesterday wnyc's washington correspondent john o'connor reports ryan's pledge clears a big hurdle for the gateway plan which had been included in the original house spending bill but new jersey republican chris noth says there's still work to do because of trump's opposition by hope that they did that says okay i may not like it as.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Morning Edition

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the international red cross as an aid convoy is making its way into rebelheld eastern gouda today in syria twenty five trucks are involved in coordination with the un russia's un ambassador is questioning britain's motives after prime minister theresa may announced twentythree russian diplomats are being expelled over a nerve agent attack on an expired his daughter may blames moscow for the attack in southern england but ambassador of a selena benza is pushing back he's heard here through an interpreter don't forget the is well known as a state which uses targeted assassinations by drones and listening hearing from you invectives against us is something that is odd the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet off the coast of key west florida as nancy klinger with member station w l are reports the two crew members aboard were able to inject but neither survived the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceana in virginia wall street futures are higher this morning i'm david mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york students in the region are speaking out against gun violence across the country students walk out of class yesterday for a national walkout calling for tougher gun control measures and honoring the seventeen people killed in the park land florida shooting last month at grace dodge career and technical education high school near the bronx zoo students gathered outside to make their demands.

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2 dead, including suspect, after shooting at Birmingham hospital, authorities say

Midday on WNYC

02:23 min | 4 years ago

2 dead, including suspect, after shooting at Birmingham hospital, authorities say

"In their classrooms that's a problem students also staged as seventeen minutes sit in outside of the white house to honor each student who died in last month's school shooting in florida windsor johnston npr news the capitol a hospital shooting in birmingham alabama has left two people dead including the gunman and a third person in critical condition no word on a possible motive for wednesday's attack city fire captain hr watson we've had a call you said there was a shooting in the er you may be hospital highlands is part of the medical school at the university of alabama the school was placed on lock down for about a half hour surgeries that had been scheduled there for thursday are now canceled this is npr news the michigan senate has voted to extend the statute of limitations for lawsuits filed by victims of sexual abuse the legislation retroactively covers victims of former michigan state and usa gymnastics sports dr larry nassar who is serving a life sentence for molesting hundreds of young athletes the measure would limit the immunity defense in such cases and require more people to notify authorities of suspected abuse the bills have been sent to the michigan house a navy fighter jet crashed near key west florida wednesday killing two crew members w nancy klinger has details the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway both were killed in the crash the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceanic in virginia the navy is not released their names until their families can be notified for npr news i'm nancy klinger in key west florida is recalling almost one point four million mid size cars north america because the steering columns can loosen over time causing the driver to lose control the automaker says it knows of two crashes and one injury linked to the problem the national highway traffic safety administration began an investigation last fall following complaints of steering wheels falling off fusions from the twenty fourteen through twenty sixteen model years the recall covers twenty fourteen through twenty sixteen.

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Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 4 years ago

Senate passes bill easing Dodd-Frank restrictions

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US Senate has voted sixty seven to thirty one to roll back some of the Wall Street reforms enacted in response to the two thousand eight financial crisis as NPR's, Kelsey, Snell reports supporters of the measure, say it will provide relief for many banks. The bills group of bipartisan cosponsors say would ease restrictions on small banks that are critical to small businesses and prevalent in many communities in rural America. Under the Bill banks with assets under two hundred fifty billion dollars would not be required to go through rigorous annual stress. Tests supporters say that will make it cheaper for small and medium size banks to keep issuing loans and doing business Senate critics like Democrats, Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown. Say these changes opened the door for further banking deregulation. They want to ensure banks are monitored closely to avoid another financial crisis, like the two thousand eight meltdown that. Led to the passage of dodd-frank Kelsey Snell NPR news, the capital thousands of teenagers walked out of high schools across the nation today to protest school violence as W ABC's. Lisa Hagan reports from Atlanta. The response from school officials was mixed like many schools across the country. Some metro Atlanta school systems embraced the national walkout as a teachable moment for students, others threatened consequences. Cobb County is a mostly suburban area. Just north of Atlanta. It's school district did not endorse the walkout and told students and parents that demonstrators might face consequences. Knowing that student Shelby whitmire walked out of class at pope highschool in Cobb. I don't think it's her for us to be punished for sending up for something that could hurt us in the long run. Whitmire is bracing for suspension, though. Cobb County schools has not clarified how or if students will be punished for NPR news. I'm Lisa Hagen in Atlanta. President Trump is upbeat about the US economy Trump tilling and business. This round table in Saint Louis that the Republican tax Bill and his economic policies are driving the nation's lowest jobless rate, invest corporate earnings in years. We've never had a time when we've had companies at this level of readiness preparedness and and stability speaking at a Boeing factory that makes fighter jets Trump also said Congress working on a second tax package, but did not elaborate the top democrat in the Senate says, his party is not much interested in fixing errors in the new tax law, but would welcome bipartisan, rewrite toys, R us says it plans to sell or close all of its US stores, which employ around thirty three thousand people. The move follows a failed attempt to reorganize in a bankruptcy filing last fall. The New Jersey company, which also includes babies R S cited competition from online retailers and a shift from toys to electron IX. This is NPR news. A navy fighter jet has crashed off the coast of Key West Florida, killing the two crew members in a statement US, naval air forces, say the FAA eighteen F went down on final approach to Boca Chica field. During a training exercise, the cause of the crash is being investigated. The Federal Election Commission is giving tentative approval for some new rules on digital ads in politics. NPR's Peter Overby says the F E C is responding to the wave of ads from Russian trolls. During the two thousand sixteen presidential race. It small first step toward preventing anonymous ads like those pro-trump messages from Russia. If it filtered through Facebook and other social media, the proposal seeks to update the rules for disclaimers to paid for by tagline required for ads that expressly support or attack candidates. The current rules date back to two thousand six when websites and blogs for cutting edge in digital politicking to proposed rule will be up for sixty days of public comment. Followed by hearing in late June. There's still a lot the FCC hasn't dealt with or can't deal with. For instance, it doesn't regulate edge that focus strictly on issues. Many of the Russian ads did exactly that Peter Overby NPR news, Washington former Trump campaign manager. Paul Manafort is tried to have his federal case dismissed and of court motion filed Wednesday. Manafort says the special counsel exceeded his thority by charging him with crimes, not related to the Russia, probe Manafort has pleaded not guilty to fraud tax evasion money laundering and other counts stemming from his work. In Ukraine, if as his trial in July, I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:22 min | 4 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"Financial system meltdown ten years ago the cause millions of americans lose their jobs and homes it will have to be reconciled with a much more expansive rollback of the protections passed by the house democrat connor lamb continues to hold a lead of hundreds of votes over republican rick saccone and a special congressional election in pennsylvania republican had represented the district for fifteen years deputy white house spokesman robert shaw says the outcome would have been worse it president trump not gotten involved the president's engagement the race turn what was a deficit for the republican candidate into what is essentially a tie no winners been declared the crew of two has been recovered after the us navy warplane crashed off key west florida the navy f eighteen fighter went down as it was on to naval air station key west the two pilots aboard were able to checked about a mile from the runway they were later recovered in shallow waters close to the base taken to a local hospital for medical treatment officials say their status is unknown martinez abc news the pentagon it was a down day on wall street with the dow closing off two hundred forty nine points and the nasdaq losing fourteen you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's five oh to really nice afternoon in seattle where we have fifty four degrees i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center kids from seattle joined.

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