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Fresh update on "bill" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:33 sec | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "bill" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"A W K and that's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michel Bar with more on what's going on around the world. Michael Garin, Senate Democrats are looking to pass President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief bill before enhanced unemployment benefits expire in two weeks. No Republicans have come out in support of the package, which they claim focuses too much. On non covert issues and partisan spending. The House of Representatives passed its version of the bill. Last week, President Biden administration will impose sanctions on Russia over the reported poisoning and imprisonment of Vladimir Putin's chief domestic opponent, Alexey Navalny. The European Union is set to announce its own penalties today against four Russian officials in the NBA..

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House aims to pass COVID-19 relief bill within two weeks

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 1 hr ago

House aims to pass COVID-19 relief bill within two weeks

"Senate Democrats say they're hoping to get President Biden's coronavirus relief package through Congress within two weeks. That's one expanded unemployment benefits for millions of Americans are set to expire. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more. The Senate bill is expected to look a little different than the House measure. It will not include a provision that would have gradually raised the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. Democrats have also scrapped a last minute alternative a tax penalty for corporations that do not increase wages on their own. The measure does include another round of stimulus checks for Americans who qualify and an extension of extra weekly unemployment benefits. The White House says. Biden plans to speak with Senate Democrats this

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Fresh update on "bill" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:41 min | 9 min ago

Fresh update on "bill" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Number one this morning, four million Johnson and Johnson single dose vaccine on the waves destinations across America around 83,000 of those on the way to Georgia. But a warning for the CDC director Don't be. Don't be complacent variance could spot another surge number to the Fulton County District attorney's investigation with former president Trump heading to a grand jury. And number three of build a change election rules in Georgia Passion statehouse over strong opposition from Democrats company recipes Bill Chi actual reports it passes along party lines. Among other things. The bill requires a driver's license or state. I d number on absentee ballot applications limits valid drop boxes and reduces the number of weekend early voting days. George is one of more than 40 states pushing proposals to change election long now heads to the state Senate, considering its own measure inside that Senate measure is well, it could be an end to No excuse Absentee voting. WSB news time is 6, 46, wsb and death. Let's go deeper into the election reform. The hot button issue for Georgia lawmakers, not one Democrat in the House of Representatives voted.

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Democratic voting bill would make biggest changes in decades

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 hrs ago

Democratic voting bill would make biggest changes in decades

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the house takes up a democratic sponsored voting bill that would make the biggest changes in decades H. R. one a sweeping seven hundred ninety one page elections bill will be debated and voted on in the house over the next two days the bill offered by Democrats if passed and signed into law would bring a major overhaul to U. S. elections law but Republican opposition is building on Sunday at the conservative political action conference former president trump minced no words in opposition this monster must be stopped it cannot be allowed to pass a floor vote in the house is scheduled Wednesday with passage all but certain but the bill's chances in the fifty fifty Senate remains unclear Mike Crossey out Washington

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Brazos Electric Power Cooperative files for bankruptcy in a Houston federal court

What A Day

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Brazos Electric Power Cooperative files for bankruptcy in a Houston federal court

"The biggest literacy cooperative in texas filed for bankruptcy yesterday following the recent winter storm that left millions residents cold and powerless according to court documents brazos electric power cooperative. It got an unplayable one point. Eight billion dollar bill from the state electric grid operator from the co-op said that going bankrupt was necessary to protect its members and customers from unaffordable bills. Critics say the state operator failed to prepare for the surgery electric usage that would result from the storm. That operator is currently being investigated by some texas counties and a federal agency

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Biden, Senate Press Bill Without Pay Boost

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 7 hrs ago

Biden, Senate Press Bill Without Pay Boost

"Efforts to include him in Mum. Wage increase in the $1.9 trillion coded relief bill seemed to be hitting a dead end. Senate leaders are readying their own version of the House passed relief package, and Senate aides say top Democrats have abandoned a proposal that threatened tax increases on big companies that didn't boost worker pay. President Biden discussed the relief bill in a virtual meeting with nine Senate Democrats, including Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who opposes the $15 an hour wage hike. The Senate parliamentarian ruled last week. It could not be included in this bill, also putting him to question billions to help some struggling pension plans and for insurance assistance for people who have lost jobs. Congressional leaders want a final package to President Biden by March, 14th the date that emergency jobless benefits will

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Democratic Effort to Raise Minimum Wage Put on Hold

Pat Walsh

00:35 sec | 7 hrs ago

Democratic Effort to Raise Minimum Wage Put on Hold

"Fbk the effort to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour we'll have to wait. It will not be part of the nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief plan now in the hands of the Senate since a Senate official rule that the House $15 minimum wage could not be in the Senate reconciliation COVERT bill. Senate Democrats polled it for now. I think we will do the minimum wage and there are fundamental decency and fairness. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal saying passing covert relief first is critical, but promises they will debate a national minimum wage hike soon. Andy Field,

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Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Texas power company seeks bankruptcy protection after storm

Mark Levin

00:20 sec | 8 hrs ago

Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Texas power company seeks bankruptcy protection after storm

"Suing electric provider gritty for passing along massive bills to customers during last month's Winter storm. This comes a day after the Texas power grid manager revoke Grady's access to the state's electricity market. Separately, power provider Brazos is filing for bankruptcy protection. It serves more than 1.5 million people. Jail time for a former

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Oldest Texas Electricity Co-Op Goes Bust After $2 Billion Bill

All Things Considered

01:46 min | 9 hrs ago

Oldest Texas Electricity Co-Op Goes Bust After $2 Billion Bill

"11 bankruptcy protection today. Citing they said a nearly $2 billion bill from the state's electricity grid operator following the storm. Marketplaces and you'll reports. Those things can happen when you let the market dictate prices on a grid that's not connected to the rest of the country. Raza's Electric is a cooperative that pays the grid operator to get electricity to hundreds of thousands of Texans. The grid operator is called ERCOT there like a toll road for the electricity system. Costas America teaches environmental engineering at Carnegie Mellon, he says in the February deep freeze, brasses Electric ran up bills many times higher than they normally be. The prices are allowed through the Texas Electricity system to rise when demand is really high, and supply is low. That's kind of the theory of all this the theory behind the largely deregulated market, a system that many are now questioning. David Spence teaches energy law of the University of Texas, he says. In fairness, I don't know that anyone ever anticipated an event like this when they were designing that system. Now, this seems like a black swan event in that sense, But a similar event did hit Texas 10 years ago, and lawmakers decided not to winterize Emily Groubert and George Attack says there's an opportunity again to rethink infrastructure more generally. I think we need to be really, really thoughtful about when it is actually logical to spend a little bit more money here to make sure that these systems actually do what we want them to do for the next several decades. Brasses Electric said before the freeze, it was financially robust. Its bankruptcy family could be an ominous sign. As other Texas power providers success the storm's damage in Austin, I made a Euler for marketplace.

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Washington DC lawmakers propose how to handle marijuana sale, distribution

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 9 hrs ago

Washington DC lawmakers propose how to handle marijuana sale, distribution

"D. C. Lawmakers ready to decide how the city will move forward with growing selling and distributing marijuana legally, the mayor and the council chair have both introduced bills that would set them on a Green Path. Council chair, Phil Mendelson says the Comprehensive Cannabis Legislation and Regulation Act will determine how the district will regulate its cultivation, distribution and retail sale of cannabis With the 13% tax. The writer and Congress has put on appropriations bills that's prevented us from taking this step that writers still in place. Beer, optimistic that writer will be lifted this year. The mayor has introduced a similar bill with a 17% tax on cannabis sale, so this bill has been very sensitive to giving back to the communities most her medicines. Bell is paired with a social equity program to allow residents most impacted by the criminalization of marijuana opportunities to benefit from its regulation. Megan Cloherty. W T o p.

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Minimum wage hike all but dead in big COVID relief bill

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 hrs ago

Minimum wage hike all but dead in big COVID relief bill

"The efforts to include a minimum wage increase in the one point nine trillion dollar Kobe relief bill seem to be hitting a dead end Senate leaders are readying their own version of the house passed relief package and send it aides say top Democrats have abandoned a proposal that threaten tax increases on big companies they didn't boost worker pay president Biden discussed the relief bill in a virtual meeting with nine Senate Democrats including Joe Manchin of West Virginia who opposes the fifteen dollar an hour wage hike the Senate parliamentarian ruled last week it could not be included in this bill also putting into question billions to help some struggling pension plans and for insurance assistance for people who have lost jobs congressional leaders what a final package to president Biden by March fourteenth the date that emergency jobless benefits will expire Jackie Quinn Washington

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How the pandemic is affecting states unequally

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:21 min | 12 hrs ago

How the pandemic is affecting states unequally

"Of the characteristics of this virus economy as we have said on this program. I cannot tell you how many times is how uneven its effects have been on people black and brown and low income. Americans do in way worse in health and jobs and just getting by than whiter and wealthier populations are uncomfortable. As to how they're doing depends on what industry they're in and on states some of which have been really hit by this pandemic less revenue from income and sales taxes and higher virus expenses and some of which states that is doing all right so as the senate takes up. President biden's relief bill this week. And it's three hundred and fifty billion dollars in aid to state and local governments marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off with a tale of several states. The pandemic recession has delta significant blow to tax collections. State revenues were down by nearly two percent from december. Last year overall. All but according to the urban brookings tax policy center tax revenues actually increased in twenty two states. This disparity has a lot to do with the mix of jobs in layoffs in a state. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy so many lower income people have been laid off higher income. People have been much more likely to keep their jobs so tax. Revenues are down by double digits in states with lots of low-wage tourism jobs in hotels bars and restaurants florida and but states with more jobs that can be done from home at higher wages. Like in high tech and professional services are faring better. Washington's one example thinks in part to folks like darby megan of spokane he's a manager for tech startup. his wife's an accountant for an architecture firm. They're both working from home. We've maintained our salaries and that's been huge blessing. Haven't had to take a step back hours or anything. Like that with the stimulus checks. That was a nice little bonus. The couple owns a home. That's gone up in value. So they're paying more property tax but they've improved their overall balance sheet. We've been able to save significantly more right. We're not eating out as much and they made one really big purchase. A new van built into an rv. So we've sort of taken some of our vacation money that you budget and instead may domestic vacation mobile now not every high earner has come through the pandemic recession unscathed. Fiona greek at the g. P. morgan chase institute has been tracking household checking balances. There are some high income families that have seen cuts in their income cuts in their salaries but most of seeing their bank balances and assets grow and she says one reason is the booming stock market the broader trend. There's the growth and wealth. We see a lot of families transferring money into brokerage accounts to take advantage of those games but some states are missing out on taxing. Those income gains at the top. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy. He points to nevada heavily dependent on tourism dollars revenue down about twelve percent where there is no broad based income tax. You're leaning a lot on sales taxes. Regressive taxes in general. Your revenues aren't going to do quite as well as progressive taxes at a time. Like this of just soaring income inequality contrast that with california that's opted for a more progressive mix leaning a bit more on the income tax most states do with higher top income tax rates on top earners. Especially that's staring a whole lot. Better with revenues up around two percent since the pandemic started. That's helped a good bit by silicon valley which attracted v and his family from texas. So i'm a software engineer. I was in iran for about four and a half years. And then during the pandemic My wife connor fulltime opportunity and bay area so we moved. He says silicon valley employers are hiring. Like there's no tomorrow. There were plenty of opportunities in the to offers in my hand. Some states are now considering hiking taxes on top earners to boost revenues and fund recovery from the pandemic including new york. Minnesota connecticut rhode island and

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Biden meets virtually with Mexican president as border arrests spike

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 13 hrs ago

Biden meets virtually with Mexican president as border arrests spike

"President Biden and the leader of Mexico are meeting virtually to talk about fighting the coronavirus cooperating on national security and, of course, immigration, U. S Customs and Border Protection says last month there were an average of nearly 3000 arrests a day at the southern border. The Bite administration is telling those who are thinking of undertaking the journey to the border. Don't come. Yet We are obligated to in the service of public health to impose the travel restrictions under the CDC authorities and return them to Mexico. The president's massive immigration bill proposal has been introduced by Democrats in the House and Senate. The plan pushes for pathway for citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants, but it'll likely facing uphill battle on Capitol

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Cuomo's attempt at apology blasted by alleged victim

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 13 hrs ago

Cuomo's attempt at apology blasted by alleged victim

"New York's Attorney General is moving ahead with an investigation of sexual harassment allegations against governor Andrew Cuomo two women who worked for Cuomo are making the allegations the governor responded but the mayor of New York bill de Blasio says the governor didn't apologize he seemed to be saying all I was just kidding around you know sexual harassment not funny Cuomo says he never inappropriately touched or proposition anyone but he said he had teased people about their personal lives in an attempt to be playful is serious it has to be taken seriously and and he just clearly was let himself off the hook one of the accuser Charlotte Bennett says Cuomo refused to acknowledge or take responsibility for his predatory behavior I'm a Donahue

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Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Saying Electricity Provider Misled Customers

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 13 hrs ago

Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Saying Electricity Provider Misled Customers

"A Texas attorney general is suing wholesale electricity provider gritty for passing of those massive bills was customers during last month's storm instead of a fixed rate, Grady charges $10 a month to give people a way to Pay wholesale prices for electricity as result of sub freezing temperatures. Also, prices spiked and gritty customers were left with massively high electric bills and a lawsuit accused gritty of violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and seeks refunds for

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 14 hrs ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 14 hrs ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill

Here & Now

00:52 sec | 15 hrs ago

Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill

"Last week, the state's attorney general Ken Paxton, filed suit against one energy provider and the state's oldest electric cooperative filed for bankruptcy. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab reports after 80 years, Brazos Electric Power Co operative is asking a court to shield it from creditors because of what it calls unfathomable storm events. Brazos owes $2.1 billion in energy costs for seven day period, The price of energy shot up more than 10,000% and stayed there for four days as power outages affected 4.5 million Texas homes. Concert being passed directly to consumers by Houston based energy company Gritty. The Texas attorney general sued the company over the residential bills. State grid managers also barred gritty from working in the state for non payment. I'm Paul Slavin, San Antonio New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is

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House passes Joe Biden's COVID-19 relief bill with $1,400 personal checks, legislation heads to Senate

Dave Ramsey

00:33 sec | 16 hrs ago

House passes Joe Biden's COVID-19 relief bill with $1,400 personal checks, legislation heads to Senate

"Turn, turning its attention to the nearly $2 Trillion Pandemic relief package, minus the effort to double the federal minimum wage. The provisions raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is not in the bill. Some progressives are pushing for an all out war to save the minimum wage increase. But here's the bottom line from the Biden White House, even without the minimum wage. This $1.9 trillion bill has almost everything that Biden wants. They will consider a huge victory, even if that means the hike in the minimum wage is the battle to fight another time. ABC is Jonathan Karl, the president

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Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:57 sec | 17 hrs ago

Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field

"Is expected to grow a lot more in March because of a third vaccine comes Brian Calvert, with more doctors across the Northwest, say the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine changes things simply by adding a third option. Couple that with the fact you only need one dose of this vaccine, and there are now plans from or vaccination sites, we want to be a national leader and vaccinations. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin is announcing a massive effort to get this coveted shot in Maurer arms. We're going to make the vaccination sites in Rainier Beach in West Seattle permanent. We are going to be ready to stand up a mass vaccinations site at Blumenfield that the events that are there on Ben will have, as we get more vaccines will add to that, of course in the North and the condition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also expected to impact other vaccines sites across Washington as doses of the third option should be delivered within a week. Ryan Calvert Co. Monium Governor, Jay Inslee, signing a bill into law designed to help some of the

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"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"That he was not going to be going back to jail, he was not gonNA. Be Taken Alive. So you're dealing with a very any and he had a gun and you're dealing with a very. Criminal who is armed and has pledged to you will not be taken alive. And in that context. hey swerved across lanes and struck and killed tire. So, we think and believe firmly. It was a purposeful act. And you know. Will will take it to Jerry and see what they think, but we're very confident. about the facts of this case and what we have can. Media reporting at the time that Terry blankenship. Murdered police officer granny also. Tried to kill himself by by putting a gun up to his head. He he such loser. He wasn't successful in doing so I. Guess he blew off off his face, but it's alive and able to face to face trial. Years, he is, he I was at his arraignment and You know he shot himself under the jaw. I just exited. Front part of his face and that's what happened and You know it the whole. The reason. We know he did that himself is. When he struck high, her body Cam turned on. and. She you know. Frankly laid there dying. And you could hear the gunshot the background from her body Cam. Well hopefully, unlike some COP killers, there'll be a full measure of justice for Terry blankenship that he did not give officer Kaya Grant. Very sad and course you'll be long out of office by the time. This has ever carried out in twenty to thirty years. If this is the normal course of business, what is the average time? A death penalty sentences pending before execution is in at fifteen to thirty years. It is currently. It depends on the makeup of our Supreme Court. and how they processed through these cases. You know they're they're. They're supreme courts in states like in Texas that move them very quickly and they don't mess around with them. But these you know these are most significant cases on the criminal side that we ever deal with and the have a young bright police officer have her life snuffed out because he quote was not going to be taken alive. I mean that's just so it's an obscenity is what it is. Bill is so outrageous that he would do something like this. And we're going to. We're going to go after him as hard as we can. All right, Joe Thank you very much and May Kaya grant rest in peace in her family. Find Peace at some point and. Jodi thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you, okay, Bill. Thanks so Jodi. Let's continue. Wyoming High School. She was a avid athlete. She participated in soccer. And softball and skateboarding and snowboarding and rock, climbing and swimming and Tai and tennis and basketball. She was offered. Numerous scholarships decided to go to William and Mary Comeback in service to our community. She was murdered. And I pray to God that we have prosecutors in the future that will make sure cases like this. The perpetrators are properly executed. Let's continue with more on Eddie in the rocker next at your own. The reds newsradio seven hundred wwl to be..

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"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

07:00 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Murder of Taya Grant Police officer. Who was killed? I think allegedly used the term. But I think it actually did transpire involving state of versus Terry blankenship and Joe Dealers. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show in about twenty minutes ago What was announced by you? Well the Hamilton County grand jury returned an indictment against Terry blankenship who If you recall. Bill was involved in a police chase Couple of spring police officers one in particular Chi- grants Thirty three years old but on the four seven or eight years very well respected officer. She was out of her car. They were going to try to deploy stop sticks. There is no traffic at all on to seventy five west in Springdale They didn't even get time. To deploy those stop sticks and blankenship was in the second of the far right lane. He clearly based on officers following him. saw the police vehicles and the police officers out of their cars and swerved across two or three lanes of traffic and struck and killed officer. Grants that indictment today The purpose will killing eventually officer while in. The line of duty is in fact. A death penalty case grain. Jerry return a death penalty indictment against blankenship. And now we start that process but I. It's just my personal opinion bill and I'm sure you're not far from it either The murder of police officer on duty is one despicable acts. Anyone could possibly do and and quite frankly he deserves to die for this. Under under Ohio law the punishment appropriate. The Supreme Court says is appropriate and my office will employees all resources to make sure that KYW's family and the community get some justice. In this case officer kind grant was a student. Wyoming High School graduating in twenty five spent seven years seven months as a police officer and as far as evidence. Normally when there's a traffic incident you don't assume it's a murder because you assume there was some loss of control the vehicle is there. Is there coaching evidence that This murderer Terry blankenship intended to take the death and take the life of a police officer based upon objective evidence. Yeah well this. This case started Clinton County you know by Wilmington and he had broken into his estranged wife's bartender home And confronted her with a gun and pistol whipped. Her boyfriend got back in the car and was texting and say in and made it very clear. that he was not going to be going back to jail he was not gonna be taken alive. So you're dealing with a very any and he had a gun and you're dealing with a very dangerous criminal who is armed and has pledged to you will not be taken alive and in that context Hey swerved across lanes and struck and killed so we think and believe firmly it was a purposeful act and You know will will take it to a jury and see what they think. But we're very confident About the facts of this case and what we have can media reporting at the time that Terry blankenship murdered police officer. Granny also tried to kill himself by by putting a gun up to his head he he such loser. He wasn't successful in doing so. I guess he blew off off his face but it's alive and able to face to face trial years he is he. I was at his arraignment and You know he shot himself under the jaw. I just exited front part of his face. And that's what happened and You know it the whole the reason we know he did. That himself is when he struck high her body. Cam turned on and she. You know frankly laid there dying and you could hear the gunshot the background from her body Cam. Well hopefully unlike some COP killers. There'll be a full measure of justice for Terry blankenship that he did not give officer Kaya Grant. Course you'll be long out of office by the time. This has ever carried out in twenty to thirty years. If this is the normal course of business what is the average time. A death penalty sentences pending before execution is in at fifteen to thirty years. It is currently it. Depends on the makeup of our Supreme Court And how they processed through these cases you know there there are there supreme courts in states like in Texas that move them very quickly and they don't mess around with them But these you know. These are most significant cases on the criminal side that we ever deal with and the have a young bright police officer have her life snuffed out because he quote was not going to be taken alive. I mean that's just so it's an obscenity is what it is. Bill is so outrageous that he would do something. Like this and We're going to. We're going to go after him as hard as we can. All Right Joe. Thank you very much and May Kaya grant rest in peace in her family. Find Peace at some point and Jodi thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham. Show thank you okay bill. Thanks so Jodi. Let's continue Wyoming High School. She was a avid athlete. She participated in soccer and softball and skateboarding and snowboarding and rock climbing and swimming and Taichi and tennis and basketball. She was offered numerous scholarships decided to go to William and Mary Comeback. In service to our community. She was murdered. And I pray to God that we have prosecutors in the future that will make sure cases like this. The perpetrators are properly executed. Let's continue with more on Eddie in the rocker next at your own. The reds newsradio. Seven hundred wwl to be..

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Bill Cunningham

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Person on earth? Then Chrissy Teigen what I don't eat. Why is that one impressed with her? She doesn't nothing she's like she's done model. That's kind of the point of models. Nothing though issue. I mean. She made several sports illustrated. Once or twice. I think on the cover magazine twice mean your model to. You should put down your resume. Unbelievable now rock. You gave an interview to the that. I'm looking at right now about the no fun. League on white maybe reds baseball is actually going to happen and so if the reds that's not the reds it's M. L. Major League baseball players association. They got her a great. If you're Joey votto and your schedule to make twenty five million dollars and somebody tells you take away eighty percent of your money and give you six million dollars and you pay half of that in tax anyway. So net out. Would you work for three million dollars a mere one million dollars a month? Isn't that insulting I would. But here's the deal. I think I look at it and a lot of people look at it of through the Lens of. Oh my God look what great. Goodwill Sport of baseball could do that. They put all these differences aside. Forget the money for the sake of the fan for infants. Sick of the average slipped out. There we're going to go out there and play baseball no matter what but. I think what we may be overestimating is how much players care about the legacy of baseball. I think they care more about themselves. Right all this care mostly about ourselves right and and I just wonder if we're way too much on it seems to me the players are saying. I WanNa make as much money as I can while I have the short amount of time to play this whether baseball goes on ten or twenty years from now isn't my concern now. Is that right or wrong? I say it's wrong but I'm saying it's probably reality when it comes to these guys in the latest. I saw other today is that there's a lot of You know there's not a lot of movement here and if they don't get something going by next week I don't see how you can have a an early spring training in June and then with the hopes of playing baseball on July fourth. But don't get done by this week. I don't see how I don't see it happen. I don't know Rachel your reaction to maybe no reds baseball. And this is an attempt to break the Union the player's Union Because you're pitting the lowest play paid players who will make the most money. percentage wise compared to that five percent of players. That get the most money and they are trying to break the union that will be The real question actually not whether or not we get baseball but if they can break the union with this. That'll never happen. The players will say that said I talked to someone connected to the reds front office very close and she told me that there more worried about next year or the year after they're worried about the entire structure baseball.

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Bill Cunningham

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Person on earth? Then Chrissy? What I don't eat! Why is that one impressed with her? She doesn't nothing she's like she's done model. That's kind of the point of models nothing. Though issue. I mean she made. Several sports illustrated once or twice I think on the cover magazine twice see. Your model to you should put down your resume. Unbelievable now rock. You gave an interview to the that I'm looking at right now about the no fun league on White, maybe reds baseball is actually going to happen, and so if the reds, that's not the reds. It's M. L.. Major League. Baseball Players Association. They got her a great. If you're Joey votto and your schedule to make twenty five million dollars, and somebody tells you take away eighty percent of your money, and give you six million dollars, and you pay half of that in tax anyway, so net out. Would you work for three million dollars a mere one million dollars a month? Isn't that insulting? I would, but here's the deal I. Think I look at it and a lot of people. Look at it of through the Lens of all my God. Look what great goodwill sport of baseball could do that. They put all these differences aside. Forget the money for the sake of the fan for infants. Sick of the average slipped out there. We're going to go out there and play baseball. No matter what, but I think what we may be overestimating is how much players care about the legacy of baseball. I think they care more about themselves right all this care mostly about ourselves right and and I just wonder if we're way too much on. It seems to me. The players are saying. I WANNA. Make as much money as I. Can while I have the short amount of time to play this? Whether Baseball goes on ten or twenty years from now isn't my concern now. Is that right or wrong? I say it's wrong but I'm saying it's probably reality when it comes to these guys in the latest I saw other today is that there's a lot of you know. There's not a lot of movement here and if they don't get something going by next week, I don't see how you can have a an early spring training in June, and then with the hopes of playing baseball on July fourth, but don't get done by this week. I don't see how I don't see it happen I don't know Rachel your reaction to maybe no reds baseball. Baseball and this is an attempt to break the Union. The player's Union because you're pitting the lowest play paid players who will make the most money percentage wise compared to that five percent of players that get the most money, and they are trying to break the union that will be the real question, actually not whether or not, we get baseball, but if they can break the union with this, that'll never happen. The players will say that said I talked to someone connected to the reds front office very close, and she told me that there more worried about next year or the year after they're worried about the entire structure baseball.

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Bill Cunningham

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"What I of Covid nineteen pandemic, and it hasn't happened there acting as if in Ohio and other states as if there's a pandemic, but nobody's coming to it, and so we're shutting down schools arguing whether it open up colleges August when we've had no deaths in Ohio. In fact in the entire state of Ohio there's been five hundred total ohioans outside of. Of nursing homes that have died since January, which is a death rate of four per one hundred thousand residents, and so it's like trying to kill a housefly with a shotgun in your bedroom. You may kill the housefly, but you're going to take the whole bedroom in the process and I would like governor facts determine their actions and of public policy is based upon flawed modeling. I would say changed the policy, but some want to keep their head down and lastly Governor Cuomo signed legislation granting hospital a nursing home executives immunity from lawsuits related to covert nineteen while taking about a million dollars in lobbing money from healthcare industry group. What do you think about that? I think is thank God first of all that none of the one point. Seven million schoolchildren's to say pass from Kobe, but you raise an important point. I know this is probably on governor. Wind mind as well which is, we have to stop being afraid to go outside to stop being afraid to live with a little bit of risk for high reward, which is to get back to some kind of normalcy, and as we continue to develop the therapeutics and vaccines we at the same time. It turns out Americans in Ohio, and bill can follow instructions. We not wash your hands and wear masks since apart and all that stuff at some point. You have to trust people to do what they're supposed to do. To get on with life and and I want to just go back to what I said. You've got more people in California according to doctor who died of suicide. We've made it to the Cova nineteen from covid nineteen itself. So imagine what we're doing to kids. There's an article in the New York Times today about these lost school year for college students. They're crying. They're depressed. They're anxious. They just all of. Of a sudden, he was a different in this. The academic and social structure that school provides hasn't taken away from them, and at what cost you have to ask yourself. It may have been smart response at the time. They visible enemy persist, but people are not invisible. They are very visible, and we can't create a whole new class of forgotten. Man Forgotten forgotten students forgotten seniors because of this and I have. Have Trust in your Governor Governor Mike DeWine to to do the right thing I know he? He locked down. I know he's been trying to reopen safely as well, but may I remind everybody..

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Bill Cunningham

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Co Pay that gives them accessibility to Ford ability and most importantly bill it gives them consistency and predictability. We found the pressure price point for many seniors was about fifty dollars at that point so many them stopped filling their prescriptions stopped. Using the whole prescription was were hoarding were sharing prescriptions, and we can't have them not taking their full dose of insulin, because of these out of control costs by Obama. Did nothing about it. Obviously, they made it worse. We waved Obama Biden. Regulation to do this and very happy to stand there with the private sector yesterday and make this announcement This really comes. On the heels of three consecutive years in which the Medicare part d premiums have declined under president trump that's causation, not coincidence. It's happened because of his leadership, and because as a candidate president trump said I will not touch Medicare social security and the only time he's touched. It isn't a good way to bolster it, and to make sure that it's accessible and affordable for many of our American seniors, including right there in the great state of Ohio and Kellyanne as far as saving money and you having better results and I read the press release yesterday it was hundreds of dollars. Many senior spend on this and thirty dollars. A month is a life line, but it's also means. Means, there's other conditions that will not take place because if seniors take their medicine especially with insulin, it saves Medicare Slash Medicaid. Maybe millions of dollars as far as care for the treatments caused by not taking the insulin correct tech. Exactly right bill you. You hit on something that would be important any day, but it's really important in the shadow of the covid nineteen pandemic. Why because so many of our seniors have foregone elective surgeries have not gone and had an in person doctor's appointment for quite a while that would allow them to also talk about some of these additional conditions, but if you fail to take your insulin and keep that sugar regulated, it does lead to other bigger. Bigger problems God forbid amputations, kidney, failure, other organs being damaged, so this helps to senior to regulate their diabetes but it also helps to avoid more serious health consequences. The second thing I'd mentioned is that during this pandemic was president trump who has expanded Medicare telehealth for seniors so before the pandemic hit you had about twelve thousand seniors or so taking advantage of these telemedicine visits every week. Now we have well into the six figures, and that's something that's president and administrative. PMS want to continue long after the virus is vanquished Kellyanne, Conway on an unrelated issue, but somehow related. I held on Eric Trump the other day to talk about what's happening. The so called blue that. That aren't opening as much as the red states here in Ohio Governor Dewine again tomorrow is GonNa come on two o'clock to talk about more things opening up whether it's Michigan New York state and more information. Come out this morning about about governor. CUOMO, accepting huge campaign donations from those in nursing home who run the Nursing Homes California? The Blue States are reluctant. They're recalcitrant in opening up because there's a fear by some that that's being used to make sure. The economy's in terrible shape in October when November on November third when the president faces the voters, you see an effort by some on the left to maybe make America suffer economically to make Joe Biden more elected. Perhaps not that so much as people are suffering right now, that's precisely why the president wants to reopen the country, and he has given the states the latitude to do that, but as you said quite correctly pointed out bill, many these red state governors, and some of these powder blue. State governors have done so and other ones refused to look at HYPOCR and now caught Liar Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, she wants. Michiganders stayed home indefinitely. Places of worship have to close to work half the close. The schools are closed. Everything's closed except her ability to audition for Joe Biden's VP and her husband. Calling and looking for a special favor to get his boat in the water. So is and this has happened. That happened is Stephanie Luhan Grisham the governor of New Mexico, also on Joe Biden's long short list. Apparently, she asked not apparently it's reported in New Mexico that she requested a essential jewelry store to open, so she could buy jewelry during the pandemic. So you know what's what's fine for the not for me. Some of these blue state governors and I fear. Fear that they're hurting creating a pandemic within pandemic so that people who are out of work and to their homes longer. We did this last week at the president and the vice president, the first lady and the governor's call. You have a cure worse than the disease bill because you've got increases, mental health challenges and child, abuse and spousal abuse, alcohol, abuse and drug abuse and we're creating. Such economic desperation and physical and emotional isolation for so many Americans, not every not every home is a safe home for a kid. Not every kid can do distance learning quite as well so I think they should listen to their own their own voters and their own residents. Who want he want to go back to work? We want these days to reopen safely. look at what happened in Maryland. You have all these governors were going to file data. We're going to follow the science, except unless there's an eighty six percent and eighty six degrees Sunday. Then everybody's out in the boardwalk laying on top of each other and the beaches. Well lastly I would say that here in Ohio there has not been one grade school, Middle School, high school or College Kid. Not One in the state of Ohio has died covert nineteen, not one and you would think out of one point seven million kids from the from six years old at twenty two. What I of Covid nineteen pandemic, and it hasn't happened there acting as if in Ohio and other states as if there's a pandemic, but nobody's coming to it, and so we're shutting down schools arguing whether it open up colleges August when we've had no deaths in Ohio. In fact in the entire state of Ohio there's been five hundred total ohioans outside of. Of nursing homes that have died since January, which is a death rate of four per one hundred thousand residents, and so it's like trying to kill a housefly with a shotgun in your bedroom. You may kill the housefly, but you're going to take the whole bedroom in the process and I would like governor facts determine their actions and of public policy is based upon flawed modeling. I would say changed the policy, but some want to keep their head down and lastly Governor Cuomo signed legislation granting hospital a nursing home executives immunity from lawsuits related to covert nineteen while taking about a million dollars in lobbing money from healthcare industry group. What do you think about that? I think is thank God first of all that none of the one point. Seven million schoolchildren's to say pass from Kobe, but you raise an important point. I know this is probably on governor. Wind mind as well which is, we have to stop being afraid to go outside to stop being afraid to live with a little bit of risk for high reward, which is to get back to some kind of normalcy, and as we continue to develop the therapeutics and vaccines we at the same time..

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Bill Cunningham

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"And the great majority of people catch the virus in the first place. And, so if you have a condition, a virus, which causes as much as point, four percent fatality of who actually catch the virus, one might say it's not the end of civilization as we know now if you're one of the ones, shall we say the catch it and you're in the category? Absolutely awful, it's terrible. It's a life threatening, but for the great majority of Americans is not despite the efforts, the media to make it seem as such and many of us are skeptical about the Thallady of the krona virus, and when the information comes out from from the CDC. The fatality rate of those who actually contracted is only if I may use the term only a point four percent. It is not the end of the world. So we'll see what happens. Of course, it could apply to individuals if you're the parent of a Down Syndrome, child special in all the world, and maybe have other companion health difficulties like a heart, disorder or lungs or something character. You're in the category me Bill Cunningham I'm in the category of those have to be more careful than if you're twenty eight years old or if you're seventeen years older, thirty five years old I'm in the category, but let's face it. The great majority of Americans are not because look at it this way. Covert Nineteen has been in Ohio Kentucky and Indiana since January. Which means we're heading up to completing five months of covert nineteen, being in the category? Being here and it wasn't really noted until the first part of March I. Think Governor Wine whose well intended and a good man. Stop the Arnold bodybuilding activities in Colombia on or about March the fifth or sixth, because he received advice that something terrible is coming something similar to the black death. Plague. It's going to kill almost everyone a bola, for example as nearly a one hundred percent death rate. If you catch Bulla, get your affairs in order. And this is a corona virus covert nineteen, just like a Bulla is corona virus. So the thought was in March Oh my God. What are we got?.

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Bill Cunningham

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Cunningham the great American I spoke to match diamonds good friend Kellyanne Conway Counselor senior counselor to the president. TRUMP IS GONNA. She's GonNa come with me to five today to talk about some activities yesterday in the Rose Garden about holding down the cost of of insulin products for senior citizens to about thirty five dollars, a month plus I want to slide into the issue of of the twitter wars, going on between the President and Jack Dorsey of twitter, as if the president is not fact checked as if there's not information getting out to criticize the president as if that isn't a factor. Does anyone think the president's behavior an axe? Lack criticism well. The media is kind of demanding that twitter. Take down completely. The Jack Dorsey the president and CEO of twitter takedown trump's twitter account of some ninety million followers because it is effective. And for anyone seriously to maintain. That the president's behavior is acts in office. Are Not fact checked when all day every day every minute of every hour. The media spends time thinking of new ways to attack the president and indirectly. Of Sirte and so Kellyanne Conway called and I, said yes Had something. Something else scheduled after two o'clock, but I said you know what when the President Calls, we will answer, so stay tuned for that that about fifteen or twenty minutes Kellyanne Conway. Live from the White House then later on once again. Jodi is holding a news conference at some point soon to talk about the murder of Springdale police officer Kaya Grant simply doing her job and what doing your job about a month ago, a Terry blankenship a murderer began his murderous activities in Clinton County, somehow found himself on I two, seventy, five with a gun, fleeing fleeing felon and officer Kaya Grant. At the end of March. I stood there proudly. And said not on my watch, and she put herself in harm's way, so the rest of US could be safe and Terry. blankenship murderer took his vehicle and position it in such a way as to kill a police officer, and he will also what he wanted to do, and in which he did do. He took a took a gun with him. And he murdered kyw grant on March the twenty first of twenty, twenty. And he tried to kill himself. What a loser! He shot himself in the head, but did not shoot himself in such ways to cause his death, and I blew off part of his face. He lived in so Jodi announcing sometime soon that. He has been indicted for the murder aggravated murder of a police officer. And therefore will face the death penalty. We've had cop killers in the past that have been paroled and left the state of Ohio. It is hoped that when you kill a police officer, and it's proven that you did it and there's no viable defense that having done it. Than Juries convict you that somehow within ten to twenty years after the event that the perpetrator will be to complete justice was which is the execution of Terry blankenship, the murderer, the attempted suicide, a such a loser couldn't even kill himself. And Joe Dias. Oh, come on with us in about forty five minutes to talk about the situation who officer Kyw Grant, she went to Wyoming High School. The home of the cowboys as you know, next deer Park Wyoming probably next Ending Hill and Madeira to that. Wyoming High School is the best high school in the in the League, one of the best high schools in the Tri State and she was born in Bethesda Okaz spittle proximity Twenty price thirty three years ago, she spent seven and a half years on the police department. She was an honor student in Wyoming. And she was a softball player soccer g enjoyed tennis and basketball. She went into a life of service. He was offered scholarships to various organizations and colleges including West. Point and George Washington University. She chose to attend William and Mary College in Virginia. Studied Economics and government. She went into a life of service when she returned home and twenty nine. And she also gave freely of her time, and at risk youths at the as Porter School in Cincinnati. She joined the Springdale. Police Department on August Twenty second of twenty twelve and She was murdered in the line of duty on March, twenty first twenty twenty, and so we can never say enough things about people that put themselves out there at risk the defend us from people like the murderer Terry blankenship. And, so we hope that justice prevails and Joe dealers will be hearing about forty five minutes to talk about that. After two o'clock we have Kellyanne Conway coming on from the White. House to talk about whether or not. There are certain blue state governors to WED in Michigan and in California and in New York and a North Carolina that are holding back the reins of the American economy. They see things. The rest of us do not see and as a consequence there's been some implication that the goal is political and not necessary, not necessarily based upon. Science or biology or health, that covert nineteen is not the end of the world and We'll see what happens because. What we have here is a circumstance according to the CDC. That the fatality rate of those who actually have the virus. Is Point four percent. Point four percent. And the great majority of people catch the virus in the first place. And, so if you have a condition, a virus, which causes as much as point, four percent fatality of who actually catch the virus, one might say it's not the end of civilization as we know now if you're one of the ones, shall we say the catch it and you're in the category? Absolutely awful, it's terrible. It's a life threatening, but for the great majority of Americans is not despite the efforts, the media to make it seem as such and many of us are skeptical about the Thallady of the krona virus, and when the information comes out from from the CDC. The fatality rate of those who actually contracted is only if I may use the term only a point four percent. It is not the end of the world. So we'll see what happens. Of course, it could apply to individuals if you're the parent of a Down Syndrome, child special in all the world, and maybe have other companion health difficulties like a heart, disorder or lungs or something character. You're in the category me Bill Cunningham I'm in the category of those have to be more careful than if you're twenty eight years old or if you're seventeen years older, thirty five years old I'm in the category, but let's face it. The great majority of Americans are not because look at it this way. Covert Nineteen has been in Ohio Kentucky and Indiana since January. Which means we're heading up to completing five months of covert nineteen, being in the category? Being here and it wasn't really noted until the first part of March I. Think Governor Wine whose well intended and a good man. Stop the Arnold bodybuilding activities in Colombia on or about March the fifth or sixth, because he received advice that something terrible is coming something similar to the black death. Plague. It's going to kill almost everyone a bola, for example as nearly a one hundred percent death rate. If you catch Bulla, get your affairs in order. And this is a corona virus covert nineteen, just like a Bulla is corona virus. So the thought was in March Oh my God. What are we got?.

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Bill Cunningham

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The great. American instead of cursing, the Darkness Summer Lighting a candle hope I think the graduates in highschool of not received their just desserts so busking bakery to give desserts Dan busking ruskin bakery. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Danny. How are you? Doing Great, are you tell tell the American people what has asking bakery doing to give the graduates their just desserts? What a tried today! That traditional graduation ceremony a celebration, so we decided to honor every graduate in Cincinnati Ohio and Northern Kentucky with a free graduation Kate. How does someone planet because Tony Bender? My producers like seventy three years old and he enjoys eating things for nothing. He's like a Democrat. So how do you prove whether or not someone's a high school graduate? This Springer School Id, and or where you black tap if you have one, Brad Count whatever you can do to prove that you're a graduating senior. We'd love to give you a I. How long will this go on Danny busking if at all? This is from Friday at Hyde Park store only I go there to get those fluffy. glaze croissants. I like those many times I go there. Dan Boskin and they're already sold out. So can you get more of those flaky busking Gres Khorasan's. I'll make sure we have a your producer down and we'll send him. Tony Bender likes the heat's about six or seven I'm so today, which is course Wednesday Thursday through Friday only at the high park busking go in there if you're a graduating senior northern Kentucky About Indiana Absolutely. Tristate you go there to busking bakery in Hyde. Park and they'll give you a free graduation cake, and while you're there. You might want to get some of those delays Khorasan's. Out Great. Any other house business by the way because you're one of the institutions. Not, kind of make this tristate Great House busking bakery during these difficult days. we're making it work. We're trying to make some better if you know what I mean It's been hard on us. We had to close. Locations, we were going to. Talk about that. Have failed patients. And played a lot of folks but We're GONNA, make it through what reopening passionately. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA make sure we're. We're still around for all of our Cincinnati hands. And how many years is buskens.

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Bill Cunningham

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"And it's all the governor's problem because they told us how to do things we give them guidelines and let them make their own decisions to live by those decisions. Listen I sent her. Huffman has lots of money and the next thirty days you got balance a budget or does billions of dollars come. From the governor's decisions have evaporated. Where does that money come from? Well we got about three billion dollars in the rainy day fund but he recently made the decision that he's not going to tap into that for this year so he's made some budget cuts across the number of departments take about four hundred thousand from education and a couple of hundred million forty million. Four hundred million. Four hundred million in a couple of hundred million from Medicare Medicaid where people really need it most at this time. So he's made some budget cuts so then we got some big decisions to make on the next fiscal year. Well lastly if this is not a rainy day. I don't know what the hell would be rainy day. You got three billion dollars of public money off to the side which means there would not be any cuts in public education and no cuts and Medicaid health. Care for the poor and this governor refuses to use that money. Because it's not a rainy day. Well there's a little behind it. He's he's saving that for the next fiscal year because he needed to the next year In that budget and playing sears. It on on that Well and some other budget cuts more budget cuts coming. What is caused more harm to Americans? The governmental decisions or covert nineteen well again and any life. Loss is horrible but You know it seems that the the government has has done a around the country in states than very difficult and For many individuals in many ways senator. Huffman thank you very much and good luck with your letter. We'll see what happens tomorrow at two o'clock take care good half and God bless America. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more. That senator Stephen a Huffman. The fifth states Senator district which is in indeed north and would no one thought who Republicans by electing a Republican governor. The Republican governor will be fighting with the Republican legislature. And I stand what the General Assembly on Newsradio seven hundred wwl Billy Cunningham..

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Bill Cunningham

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"I should each one of those should make their own personal choice not to have the government make that choice. You know see US Lewis, said this about eighty years ago, that the worst Tierney of all is tyranny for the good of the victim that somehow government knows what is best for you, and that you're not capable as a husband as a father as a politician to make independent decisions for your good now the government is there to protect you from yourself. Is that the most worst tyranny of all? The the government At times should get out of the way and let people make commerce and make their own decisions. I tell we're going to hear from the Governor I'm told Thursday at. Two. o'clock he allegedly is not GonNa talk today, but he's GonNa talk tomorrow two. O'clock I look forward to him saying that the emergency orders are up. You're not sequestered anymore. You know all the risks involved in your behavior. You've been fully informed what to do what not to do. I'm not going to tell you whether by law. You can drive a car smoke, a cigarette smoke a pipe. I'm not going to tell you by law not to dive into assuming poll or to water ski behind a boat on the High River Lake Erie. You know what the risk Gar- have added. Would that be wise for this governor to do tomorrow? I think so again. I still think that you know. We still need to protect The the nursing home people. 'cause we know those those are the people that are truly at risk, but I I would certainly welcome that I'm sure that the vast majority of my constituents in Fifth Senate district would to, and where is the fifth Senate district in Ohio? About where is that I represent the city of Dayton and the three counties north, and West airbnb prevalent dark. The flyers should've been given an opportunity to win the NC Double A. Title. One of the most disreputable things I heard was the oh, essay, tell high school, boys and girls one week from completing. Their Championship seasons the shot and Stein Center in Columbus, they can't play and there's been not one grade school, elementary school, Junior, high school or high school student Ohio not. One has died at cove nineteen, and if they haven't died a covert nineteen after five months of exposure, I would submit to you. They're not at risk and we can't keep acting as if they are when they're not. Not So senator Huffman your final coming, you know I agree and I think graduation thing is a bigger pictures that we need to truly get kids back to school. What? They're very low risk. We need to get them back at school and we don't need to listen to the big schools. Tell everybody else in the state what to do. We need to let local control and all. All those situations in the school graduation. What a novel idea! Because there's a there's large high schools in in the tri-state like Mason High School, believe it or not, they graduate more than a thousand seniors every year, and so my points to the superintendent. Was this well? Do It a through K, and then you might do it. l., p. and then chew through Z. now you can break. Break it up in some way, but don't tell a small school like park. You can't have a graduation or a small school in Salina or North Dayton. You can't do it because of Mason..

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Bill Cunningham

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"You could barely move unique all over your joints. Your filled with a horrible infections and you can't move. Unlike other illnesses like Ebola, that Ebola has nearly a one hundred percent death rate, and that's another corona vars. A common cold is corona vars so and then at the spectrum of you're not GonNa die, which is the common cold, and then the Abullah Khurana Vars at the other end somewhere toward you're not gonNA. Die Is covert nineteen. Because if in fact, CDC is right, and for those who actually have the corona covert nineteen hours, which is a Avars, only zero point, four percent die. That means what ninety nine point six percent live. What the hell are we doing all this stuff for an anyway? What lot? Why is that? Why is it going on? And so some people are spooked. They're scared. They don't WanNa go out I speak to older couples quite often and younger folks who tell me this is a bunch of BS. That they don't believe what the media and the politicians have done to our great country and our great state whether it's Kentucky Ohio, Indiana. That's like trying to kill a fly in your living room with a shotgun. You may eventually kill the fly. You've taken everything out and the process. This is taken everything out I went last night in Kenwood to fairly Nice restaurant where the average tickets probably. Thirty five or forty dollars per person. I walked in clean as a whistle and there were three tables in that restaurant. I don't know how you make I want to. One of my favorite pizza joints in Norwood shut down to further notice Cooper's Hawk which is right there fine restaurant. No no dining service at all. And so I'm thinking. Is The cure worse than the disease? Democrats say we ought to be doing more in this Gallup poll. How about this Democrats Eighty? Seven percent of Democrats say the Avars is greater than the flu and represents a risk to these an economics arrive ability of this country. So Democrats look at this saying you gotTA. Wear mask you gotta stay home government. Support me. Republicans are saying. I don't always have to wear a mask. The reaction has been to great. Let's get back to business. Get back to work. And my twitter grant last night I I, said to the governor. That you have until tomorrow at two o'clock to Reopen Ohio and let adults figure out what to do especially when it comes to high school graduations or opening the casinos casinos that has got to happen the so-called stay home order expires on. On Friday or Saturday? We know what the risk is. We know those who drive a car on interstate. Seventy five have a great arrest and people that don't drive a car, so we take remedies necessary to alleviate against the potential risks and damage for those who smoke cigars or cigarettes or smoke, marijuana are smoke a pipe for those who who died in a swimming pools or operate boats on the High River. Lay Cow. Go Lake, Erie whatever it might be. There are risk involved in life all the time, so we mitigate against him. To say as our good governor has done and I say that repeatedly at some point Mike One and I will be back together because his heart is sound. Is Judgment Not so much, but nonetheless he is a good man. I can't say that about John used or Dr Amy. ACTON but I've Mike Dewine a long time. He's a good person. Is Wife is darling? He's got good. Kids got good grandkids I. Don't Question Person I questioned him is judgment because what happened is this then? We gotta take breaks seven, four, nine, seven thousand. I've been in hundreds of jury trials. And there's a charge given by the judge to each jury member and match diamond for example if you're on a jury. And the judge speaks to you at the end of the case kind of giving you the framework of what to do. When enter the jury room. The judge I'm paraphrasing at some point says it's my advice to you. Ladies and gentlemen the jury when you go into the jury room. Not, to express too quickly, your opinion of guilt or innocence, because what occurs then is that when other jurors present more function arguments about guilt or innocence, because you've come out and a group with the other. Other eleven jurors and you have said that guy's guilty or that guy's innocent. Your sense of pride may be aroused, and so as others make more cogent arguments on the other side of your fence. You May WanNa stick to your original belief out of a false sense of pride, bravado and be somebody in that German. So what happened this case in March Mike? Dewine Amy Acton, Russia's in with these statistics from the I.. h. m. e. and from London Imperial College and which breaking down Ohio's numbers Mike Dewine was told that eighty thousand ohioans would be dead by August that the emergency rooms would be overwhelmed. The hospitals would be packed that it would look like northern Italy. And then if we don't act now to shutdown, Ohio that more ohioans will die and they're gonNA die horribly gasping for breath. And so Mike. Dewine called other governors and other states. And he was told exactly the same thing. That to Mike DeWine, attorney. Prosecutor and Attorney General doesn't have much experience when it comes to health matters and everyone from Dr Faouzi on down by the middle of March was saying this was the big one. This is what we've been waiting for. So Mike Dewine on March twenty third. Authorized Dr Amy Acton to shelter in place shutdown. Stay home home incarceration. Don't go to work. Don't open businesses. You can't be on the streets. Do Nothing. Because the wave is forming. I guess somewhere in West Virginia coming down the Ohio River the Mananga Hilo the allegany in the Ohio confluence in Pittsburgh, this wave is coming down the river, and when it gets to Cincinnati, and it's going to wipe out saint. Elizabeth's try health good SAM deaconess Christ. They're all gone because we're going to have. If eighty thousand are going to die, that means in Hamilton, county. County in the Southwest Ohio, there's going to be about ten thousand dead people, which means ten times that number in the hospital, being cared for there'd be a one hundred thousand in the tri-state, and throughout the state of Ohio Eighty Thousand Dead Means Eight, hundred thousand in the hospital, and by the way you know how many hospital beds are in the entire state of Ohio. The answer is thirty four thousand total beds from Cleveland to Cincinnati from Toledo to Steubenville Dash. To Marietta, we have a total of thirty four thousand beds, so are sets. Mike Dewine saying Oh. My God you mean. We have thirty four thousand total hospital beds in the entire state of Ohio and we're going to have. Eight hundred thousand people coming of thirty four thousand beds yet the Duke Energy Center ready and the out the hospitals sound the alarm. We're all about to die. Then every week that went by backed every day. For the first two months,.

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Bill Cunningham

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"You could barely move unique all over your joints your filled with a horrible infections. And you can't move. Unlike other illnesses like Ebola that Bola has nearly a one hundred percent. Death rate. And that's another corona vars. A common cold is corona vars. So and then at the spectrum of you're not GonNa die which is the common cold and then the Abullah Khurana Vars at the other end somewhere toward you're not GonNa die is covert nineteen because if in fact. Cdc is right and for those who actually have the corona covert nineteen hours which is a avars only zero point four percent die that means what ninety nine point six percent live? What the hell are we doing all this stuff for an anyway? What Lot why is that? Why is it going on and so some people are spooked? They're scared they don't WANNA go out. I speak to older couples quite often and younger folks who tell me this is a bunch of BS that they don't believe what the media and the politicians have done to our great country and our great state whether it's Kentucky Ohio Indiana. That's like trying to kill a fly in your living room with a shotgun. You may eventually kill the fly. You've taken everything out and the process. This is taken everything out. I went last night in Kenwood to fairly Nice restaurant where the average tickets probably thirty five or forty dollars per person. I walked in clean as a whistle and there were three tables in that restaurant. I don't know how you make. I want to one of my favorite pizza joints and Norwood shut down to further notice. Cooper's Hawk which is right there. Fine restaurant no No dining service at all. And so I'm thinking is the cure worse than the disease. Democrats say we ought to be doing more in this Gallup poll. How about this? Democrats eighty seven percent of Democrats. Say the AVARS is greater than the flu. And represents a risk to these an economics arrive ability of this country so Democrats look at this saying you gotTa Wear Mask You. GotTa stay home. Government support me. Republicans are saying. I don't always have to wear a mask. The reaction has been to great. Let's get back to business. Get back to work and my twitter grant last night. I I said to the governor that you have until tomorrow at two o'clock to Reopen Ohio and let adults figure out what to do especially when it comes to high school graduations or opening the Casinos Casinos. That has got to happen. The so-called stay home order expires on on Friday or Saturday. We know what the risk is. We know those who drive a car on interstate. Seventy five have a great arrest and people that don't drive a car so we take remedies necessary to alleviate against the potential risks and damage for those who smoke cigars or cigarettes or smoke. Marijuana are smoke a pipe for those who who died in a swimming pools or operate boats on the high river lay cow. Go Lake Erie. Whatever it might be. There are risk involved in life all the time. So we mitigate against him to say as our good governor has done and I say that repeatedly at some point Mike One and I will be back together because his heart is sound is judgment not so much but nonetheless. He's a good man. I can't say that about John. Used or Dr Amy Acton. But I'm Mike Dewine a long time. He's a good person is wife is darling. He's got good. Kids got good grandkids. I don't question person. I questioned him is judgment because what happened is this then we gotta take breaks seven. Four nine seven thousand. I've been in hundreds of jury trials and there's a charge given by the judge to each jury member and match diamond for example. If you're on a jury and the judge speaks to you at the end of the case kind of giving you the framework of what to do when enter the jury room. The judge I'm paraphrasing at some point says it's my advice to you ladies and gentlemen the jury when you go into the jury room not to express too quickly your opinion of guilt or innocence because what occurs then is that when other jurors present more function arguments about guilt or innocence. Because you've come out and a group with the other other eleven jurors and you have said that guy's guilty or that guy's innocent. Your sense of pride may be aroused and so as others make more cogent arguments on the other side of your fence. You May WanNa stick to your original belief out of a false sense of pride bravado and be somebody in that German. So what happened? This case in March Mike Dewine Amy Acton Russia's with these statistics from the I. h. m. e. and from London Imperial College and which breaking down Ohio's numbers. Mike Dewine was told that eighty thousand ohioans would be dead by August that the emergency rooms would be overwhelmed. The hospitals would be packed that it would look like northern Italy. And then if we don't act now to shutdown Ohio that more OHIOANS will die and they're gonNA die horribly gasping for breath and so Mike. Dewine called other governors and other states and he was told exactly the same thing that to Mike Dewine Attorney Prosecutor and attorney. General doesn't have much experience when it comes to health matters and everyone from Dr Faouzi on down by the middle of March was saying this was the big one. This is what we've been waiting for. So Mike Dewine on March twenty third authorized Dr Amy Acton to shelter in place shutdown. Stay home home incarceration. Don't go to work. Don't open businesses? You can't be on the streets. Do nothing because the wave is forming. I guess somewhere in West Virginia coming down the Ohio River the MANANGA. Hilo the allegany in the Ohio confluence in Pittsburgh. This way is coming down the river and when it gets to Cincinnati and it's going to wipe out Saint Elizabeth's try health. Good Sam deaconess Christ. They're all gone because we're going to have if eighty thousand are going to die that means in Hamilton County in the Southwest Ohio. There's going to be about ten thousand dead people which means ten times that number in the hospital being cared for there'd be a one hundred thousand in the tri-state and throughout the state of Ohio. Eighty thousand dead means eight hundred thousand in the hospital and by the way you know. How many hospital beds are in the entire state of Ohio? The answer is thirty. Four thousand total beds from Cleveland to Cincinnati from Toledo to Steubenville Dash to Marietta. We have a total of thirty four thousand beds so are sets Mike Dewine saying Oh my God you mean we have thirty four thousand total hospital beds in the entire state of Ohio. And we're going to have eight hundred thousand people coming of thirty four thousand beds yet. The Duke Energy Center ready and the out. The hospitals sound the alarm. We're all about to die then. Every week. That went by backed every day for the first two months.

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Bill Cunningham

06:32 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"And about an hour, so I'm going to have on state Senator Stephen Huffman as you may know, he's in northern part of Montgomery. County north thereof, and he's got great influence on the budget, and the state of Ohio has about four hundred million dollar monthly deficit, four hundred million. And he says we have to coney and cuts of he's said on a press release about twenty percent across the board I can't imagine if Columbus gets money from the feds. They're gonNA. Pass it onto Cincinnati. Some they to this is this is the money that. Is obliged to be distributed local jurisdictions. The question is what form is going to be used, and at one point. We thought we were GONNA get a forty five million and we're about to receive the first fifteen million, which will be very very helpful but there are some some move to change the formula two plus a additional thirty million, and we may end up getting a lot less than other jurisdictions townships, and the like will get more so and and I'm not sure that reflects the relative need in terms of citizens and the health health situations in the light, but. We'll be whatever it is. Whatever you say about David Man you're a steady hand. I talked to Brian comes on. We said when interviewed you about forty years ago. You had gray hair. At that point. You might recall the Gary Burbank. Did bits on your hair say thirty, five forty, which I thought was pretty funny stuff if somebody would have said in the nineteen eighties. That Dave Dave man tap on the shoulder. Phil Taller for tap on Heyday by the way you're going to run for mayor and twenty twenty, one. What would you thought that was conceivable? Now? Of course not no thought is crazy, but. so far knock on what I've been blessed with good health and I have energy and I think it's important. I I tend to pursue it and We're GONNA have a lot of fun. talking about the future of the city and Obviously the voters will decide and either way I accept the verdict. Do. Do you understand politically? This is a shot across the bow of pagey sitting. Faldo set things up to become the next mayor. He's eager. He's young. He's fuller urine in vinegar. Mindy got the old hand coming out of the woods like Cincinnati's. Sees this as a shot across the bow PG, or he's obviously running. And now US running. I'd be surprised if there are more, but by the time he gets the primary next May, if not more than two. That won't even be a primer. They'll just pick the election. In November, but it's. It's hard to imagine that given the composition. The city that two two white males would be the only candidates I'm not sure it's healthy for the community, but. Does it help you if I endorse you or does it help you if I oppose you? Which is helpful to you? Value Support so That's my answer. Go ahead, please. Jason fell. You got it one thousand percent now I. Don't know who else might run, but over that guy you my support that may hurt you greatly by. You've got my support for that guy. One thousand percent well I think people a Treasury your opinion so i. Well I have lots of opinions. No answers and we don't know what's going to happen I mean God knows in Cincinnati will survive somehow N- a year or two or ten years. It's still going to be here. The issue is the shape in the form. Many cities are emptying out I. Think of my years spent a New York. City and I'm thinking boy that doesn't function, but Cincinnati ought to function. We ought to be able to move forward because of the assets and. And the big companies and corporations, the events sports sporting events that we ought to be able to function, and we can function if we have the attitudes of Charles. P Taft Murray season good, that's the attitude. Those compatriots of yours and I think that's the attitude. Would you encourage people to look at a person's background what they stand for? And whether they WANNA use as stepping stone to something else and decide whether we're gonNA have a stable mayor for the next four years. All that goes into the decision Division that a person paints the. Record that they bring to the discussion. their commitment to to stay not run for another office. sure all those things are are part of it and You know that's part of what it campaign is about and we're GONNA. Have a long campaign. That would plenty of opportunity for discussion about all those things and more so the primaries like eleven months away in May early May Hey. Dave! Jimmy questions for me about Sports Politics World, Capitals Cincinnati history something that's confused. You're over the years. Lots of confused me over the years. That's why I listen every day Willie so just. Just now that some some of us are taking the. Direction from you. I'm not supporting, too. Many people went to Harvard because I've known you and your family for like forty years I will say this. I support David Man. Thank you. I'm not sure if that's going to help her, but I know you bet San Phil Taller for the whole thing. You ran the city fairly well over two different decades and a and you'll stand for reelection thinking twenty twenty-five. You may leave off as four in the year twenty thirty. Fifty Years After. Let's not get too far ever so. Good luck to you and We'll see what happens. Can thank you thank you? Let's continue with more. On Youtube but Mike McConnell sent me a text in which is a reference, some of the incredible bits that Gary Burbank did on the hair of David, Mann and Brian Combs told me a few minutes ago that when he started in radio about Nineteen eighty-four, David. Man was old. So, let's continue with more. Get your thoughts. And what's coming up with? The governor is not gonNA understand speak at two o'clock today will speaker to o'clock tomorrow at your home of the reds hopefully newsradio seven hundred wwl. Night I don't know what happened. The music at died, but Thank you for listening couple issues coming up. We're going to get into this later on after one o'clock today I'm GonNa put on Senator Huffman is.

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Bill Cunningham

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The Billy Cunningham. The great American coming up in about an hour and a half. Or so we'll be Kellyanne conway from the White House. Also later on standing and Brian busking about giving all the high school. Grads in the tri-state Area Ohio Kentucky and Indiana a free graduation cake a bus can bakery in Hyde Park also. Later on his Kevin Jackson the black sphere but until then you know. Cincinnati for many years has been a site beginning with Murray season. Good and others in which the mayor of our city looked after the sitting did not use it as a stepping stone to something else and a couple of days ago David Man. Who's been mayor? I think on two other occasions in the nineteen eighties and nineties stepped forward and said I'm going to run for mayor which I think is indicative that the city might be in trouble. It's like calling Cincinnati out of the hills to come save the city and once again David Mann welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show and Dave how are you? I'm doing great. How are you have? You lost your mind because you and I began in radio and politics almost forty years ago and you were the mayor in the eighties correct. What years were you there? Eighty one eighty two and then again when Charlie went to Congress in ninety one so I started here in eighty three so you just concluded one of your terms and now we are forty years later. Why is David Mann running for mayor? Or you know when I when I decided to run for Council after twenty year break About seven years ago. I recall calling Bobby Stern who was living in California and as Bobby. I'm going to run for council. And she said David you've lost your mind. Yes I know but I need help. So she sent me a thousand dollars. So you know it's it's all about Public Service which is kind of what my life is ended up being about twenty six years on twenty four years on council two years in Congress for years in the navy and You know I want my life. I guess my life has come to stand for that and I think you're still work to be done and I believe I can still make a contribution you went to Harvard. What's my might be a problem with that. That's a problem. There must be something if we can peel back the layer and a little bit here David and say if there was a candidate running next year like a David man you would not be running. So by implication. Can we assume that you don't see a David Mann tight running next year other than you? Well I'm the only David Mann running next year and I will ask the voters. Take a look at a me in my experience and I think most importantly the the vision that I develop in the course of this campaign. I mean it's a long way off It's a little weird to be saying. We haven't even elected a president A year and half from now. Please vote for me. Although there's a primary this coming may so for for someone who hasn't laid the foundation I I had to get started so here we are. And what is Betsy? Say about this. Your lovely bride. Because she must be pulling her hair. Nope Betsy loves people and for her. Politics is yet another way to engage with people and most of my political life When I go someplace people say. Where's betsy are? Why did you come? We just need betsy and She's she's a tremendous person and My best asset and As anyone those knows we'll tell you she's on board with this. Oh yeah yeah she. She was very He's been worried about what happens next. And that we've we've answered that at least in terms of what we seek to have happened. I'm using the term sanctuary incorrectly. But we have a president who's like seventy four speaker of the House Pelosi's like eighty. You've got Joe Biden. Who is seventy and eight? And you're you're eighty eighty one when you if and when I assume you're going to win because you're like a Liberal Democrat but even though that you're somewhat reasonable and so what do you see as the two or three issues confronting the city that you have a unique set of skills to resolve. Well let's talk about what what the city faces. Obviously the What I what I call. The pandemic pandemonium was Completely unexpected not for bunny by my started thinking about this a few months ago. We have a tremendous challenge Recovering when it ends in one of the problems is we don't know when it will end. Yeah I I've had a career that has seen many many problems. Many many challenges unexpected. And so what we do is Calm down Address the issues and solve them. I I think I can be helpful. There is there really an eighty million dollar annual deficit. That's the number and spending the inquire Jason Wayne. Is there an eighty million dollar deficit? Which is gigantic. It is gigantic. 'cause I roll budget is what four hundred twenty. Four hundred thirty million and twenty percent. Yeah and A good part of our budget place in fire and public services. And it's it's it's hard to figure out how to make up the eighty million Today it's eighty million it. We're working a lot of things. I don't see how we can come through this Without severe layoffs in some areas unless Some of the federal money that's through to Columbus is distributed to Cincinnati in under formula. That's that's more helpful more supportive of the cities in the state and unless the Fed's Either way to worry about revenue loss. I mean we are one of the ten most vulnerable cities in the country because of our reliance on the earning stacks where the second most vulnerable in for the top ten are Cleveland Toledo Cincinnati Columbus Columbus first. And we're next. They're any sex is great when things are going well. The end of March we had a surplus over projected revenues. Twenty four million dollars and now at the end of June we have a about a fifteen million dollar hole To Plug we're going to be able to do that. But that makes you know. Eighty million makes fifteen million look like a piece of cake One way or the other will get there and the most challenging thing is We don't know when the current problem is be window businesses recover Will there be a second wave Win will jobs come back when our tax revenues go up? You know you tell me the of those questions and I can tell you when the problem's going to be addressed if it's in six months that's one thing if it's two and a half years from now that's another so it's a very dire unpredictable moment and and we have a fiscal year. That ended June thirty so we have to make some decisions before we have ready answers to these questions. Are you exempting police and fire from cuts because politicians often say that and if you exempt police and fire from cuts that means there might be thirty to forty percent cut everywhere else? Is David Mann saying this afternoon? There will not be cuts and police and fire. I cannot imagine that there will be cuts Given what we see at this point now I'm not saying what will happen twelve months from now if it's a pandemic goes on but obviously particularly at the time of The COVID nineteen crisis. We understand how important first responders are whether police or fire Risking their lives every day along with healthcare workers and grocery store workers and all the rest and it would be. They would be the worst thing to say. Oh by the way if we we have to balance the budget and we're going to do on your on your payroll you know about an hour..

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Bill Cunningham

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"bill" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The. Billy Cunningham the great American coming up in about an hour and a half, or so we'll be Kellyanne. Conway from the White House. Also later on standing and Brian busking about giving all the high school grads in the tri-state Area Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana a free graduation cake. A bus can bakery in Hyde Park also later on his. Kevin Jackson the black sphere, but until then you know Cincinnati for many. Many years has been a site beginning with Murray season, good and others, in which the mayor of our city looked after the sitting did not use it as a stepping stone to something else and a couple of days ago David Man. WHO's been mayor? I think on two other occasions in the nineteen eighties and nineties stepped forward and said I'm going to run for mayor, which I think is indicative that. The city might be in trouble. It's like calling Cincinnati out of the hills to come save the city, and once again David Mann welcome to the bill, Cunningham show and Dave. How are you? I'm doing great. How are you? Have you lost your mind because? You and I began in radio and politics. Almost forty years ago and you were the mayor in the eighties correct. What years were you there eighty, one eighty two, and then again when Charlie went to Congress in ninety, one. So I started here in eighty three, so you just concluded one of your terms, and now we are forty years later. Why is David Mann running for mayor? You know. When I when I decided to run for council after the break About seven years ago, I recall calling. Bobby Stern, who was living in California, and as Bobby I'm going to run for council and she said David. You've lost your mind. Yes. I know, but I need help, so she sent me a thousand dollars. So you know it's. It's all about public service, which is kind of what my life is ended up being about. Twenty six years on twenty four years on council two years in Congress for years in the navy and You know I want my life I guess. My life has come to stand for that and I think you're still work to be done and I believe I can still make a contribution. You went to Harvard. What's my might be a problem with that? That's a problem. There must be something if we can peel back the layer and a little bit here David and say if there was a candidate running next year like a David. Man, you would not be running so by implication. Can we assume that you don't see a David Mann tight running next year? Other than you? Well. I'm the only David Mann running next year and I will ask the voters take a look at a me in my experience.

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The Bill Barnwell Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"bill" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"A welcome to the bill barnwell show i'm bill barnwell well here here's tuesday july second two thousand nineteen nfl season is about two months away at this point but i know that we're getting into some early fantasy football draft i think this is probably right around a good time to start thinking about fantasy and so today on the show we're gonna talk a little bit fantasy football talk a little bit about be a rookie class coming in and for those of you who have dynasty leagues who are interested in rookies for year rookie draft or if you're playing in a traditional financial lincoln just have rookies who are gonna be entering into you're typical draftable wanna talk about them and i was thinking about which colleague i might wanna have onto talking about that way then you know plenty of qualified five smart people at e s p n but then i realized oh i have a new colleague here at e s b m someone who's had on the show before a good friend of mine for a long time formerly of sb nation now up dsp on this bill conley bill welcome thanks for having me yet colleagues have you idiots gimme were formerly colleagues of football outsiders i mean you've already written you're first article for a previous ghana college football went up a what last thursday something about affect a base could count on if it takes to make each each title contender i real title contender in college football yes end that you of course i've known for many things that don't work many things in the past one of the things sp nation which i would describe as a lunatic i would say terrifying is that you already preview every college football team if i'm not mistaken oh yeah yeah i know all hundred thirty would start every february end you got about halfway this year i think you end up with kansas which is an interesting place the end in a lot of different ways but i'm assuming you're gonna be doing something similar cash adding somebody will say like i think were still discussing format now but basically you'll get batches of of previews of sorts a windy media days a free each conference start rolling out here in a couple of weeks that kind of panics conduct a couple of weeks and that's a lot of writing the do but i mean a lot of writing it to i guess and so were were rolling with it you're you're definition of a lot of writing is different from anyone else on the planet definition of a lot of writing like oh this is gonna be that bad you're still writing way more than anybody else why set the bar pretty high my first basically like sixty five hundred words there's something like that but but who am i talking to here that's you know the word couch or counter theoretical so i think it'll be alright i wish microsoft word also felt that way unfortunate 'em so today my ideas let's just go through the first two rounds of twentyfour texas having a twelve team league oh they sort of little average fantasy league average frankly having a rookie draft and i think let's go will go alternate pick by tech will go through the first two rounds i just talked about some of the players who might come up and you know think about a one relying on your insight into their college football performance which i have absolutely no insight there maybe i could help little bit in terms of their pro pro fat and sort of how they might i impressions of rookie and then in the years to come as well so bill you're the guest i think.

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