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trickle down to consumers as perhaps these prices are gonna fall upon homeowners from a more domestic home users form a great height. what we've heard from the european commission president ursula found a lion is that she recognizes that there are major problems that we're facing right now. and problems that are coming down the pipe further along, but says that in the long term, it's renewable energies that are going to keep energy prices low across europe. i think we have to be very clear that the gas prices are skyrocketing and then the renewables, the prices have decreased over the last 2 years and are stable. so for us is very clear that with energy in the long term, it is important to invest in renewables that gives a stable crisis and more independence because gas is imported, 90 percent of the gas is important to the european union, the renewables we are the master without plans being dismissed out of hand by
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hunger as prime minister, victor or bon, his country just assigned a new deal with russia to import gas into hungry for the next 15 years. victor o bonds blamed these problems on the european commission saying they have far too many restrictions in place. far too much regulation. and that is what's causing the issues when it comes to buying gas. you must change is policy because partly at least partly the reason why the prices are up is the 4th of the of the commission will be happy to some regulations. otherwise, everybody will suffer. the problem for hunger is under the new regulation of greenville, which is a direct extension for flat owners, owners and cart order for the e. u energy commissioner has warned that prices will most likely continue to rise throughout the winter. won't see any rest bite until the spring of 2022, just how high prices rise may well come down to something as fickle as the weather . if it's a particularly cold winter could well see prices soaring,
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higher and higher. and what we've also seen though is a number of european countries coming together and saying things half the change, france paying grease, the czech republic and romania, all their finance ministers signed a joint statement saying that there needs to be a complete overhaul of the way energy is purchased in europe, that isn't going to be a short term solution though, perhaps in the long term it may change something. it's not gonna change energy builds this coming winter. what we're also seeing is the european union is saying that they're going to investigate claims that russia is behind attempts to manipulate the gas price that they've been trying to drive up prices. this is something that's being fundamentally denied by the kremlin, the spokesperson for the russian government saying that russian suppliers are living up to the very letter of contracts that have been signed. we insist that russia is playing no role in what is happening on the european gas market that
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could not happen. russia has fulfilled and will continue to fulfill to the letter all of its obligations on existing contracts. there is one way to get more gas into europe, and that's through the nod stream to gas pipeline, not huge infrastructure projects. construction was completed this summer. however, it still awaiting the green light in terms of all of the certification and approval from various agencies before it can start providing energy. once that does get the approval that needed, well, it could provide as much as 55000000 cubic meters of russian gas to europe every single year. that's around enough to power 27000000 european homes. or back here at hong u. s. federal investigator say a ships anchor may be to blame for a massive oil spill in california artes john, heidi has more on the possible cause. the oil slick remains visible from the air, land, and sea off the coast of huntington beach, california. as the clean up continues, now
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u. s. federal transportation investigators looking into the cause of the spill, say that ships anchor may have hot, dragged, and tor, and underwater pipeline, spewing tens of thousands of crude oil into the pacific ocean. further officials say the pipelines owner amplify energy corps of houston, texas did not shut down operations fast enough when emergency alarms began to learning cruise around 2 30 am saturday, october 2nd, about a possible rupture waiting until around 6 am saturday. the company then reportedly waited another 3 hours to notify the u. s. coast guards, national center for oil spills. there had even been reports of an oil slick and strong petroleum smell, coming in to the coast guard as early as friday evening. the ceo of amplifier, the decor maintains, they were unaware of the spill until around 8 am. saturday. it happened about 5 miles off the coast of huntington beach, california, which is south of los angeles. the ocean there is line with oil rigs and huge
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tanker ships that often anchor off shore, while awaiting docking orders and coordinates from the port of long beach u. s. coast guard officials say divers determined that about 4000 feet of the pipeline about 100 feet down was quote, latterly displaced by about 105 feet that is ripped up and dragged along the ocean floor. so far as much as 126 to 144000 gallons of oil has reportedly leaked into the pacific waters. while officials say at this point, the still hasn't had any major impacts on ocean life in the area. it is still too early to tell for sure. so for now, as the clean up continues, questions also remain about how and why the incident happened and how to prevent it from ever happening again. for news use hughes, john hoodie. on tuesday we heard testimony, francis hogan, a former data scientist for facebook. you may recall her capitol hill presence was less than 48 hours after appearing on 60 minutes sunday night hodgen shared company
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documents. she said she copied before her departure. the paper, the papers revealed that facebook may have chosen profits and user interactions over the well being of people. according to the research, facebook utilizes engagement based rankin, which prioritize is content that elicits in extreme reaction. i saw facebook repeatedly encounter conflicts between its own profit and our safety. facebook consistently resolve these conflicts in favor of its own profits. the result has been more division, more harm, more lies, more threats, and more combat. in some cases, this does, this dangerous online talk has led to actual violence that harms and even kills people. hogan was rather chummy with lawmakers at the hearing when asked by senator richard blumenthal. if the buck stops with facebook, theo more gazesberg, this is, was huggins response. mark holds a very unique role in the tech industry,
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and that he holds over 55 percent of all the voting shares for facebook. there are no similarly powerful companies there as unilaterally controlled, and in the end the buck stops with mark. there is no one heard currently holding more accountable by himself. and for more on the possible motives behind the facebook. with the blower we turned to ad martin, president of phyllis shaft li, eagles, and the publisher of pro american report dot com. thanks for joining us today. ed. great to be with you, natasha. thank you. now there are some theories circulating out there that francis hogan isn't exactly the angel that she's claiming to be. again, these are just claims be made at this point. but what are your thoughts about her working with a p r firm that has ties to the democratic party? well, it's not so much try. so the democratic party ties to obama until the obama insider team. you know, bill burton is the guy who we're talking about. he's one of the insider obama, you know, hacks that does this stuff for a living. but look,
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i don't care about people's intentions or what's in their hearts your minds. i care about describing what happened. we had the wall street journal and 60 minutes make this woman into a st. and by the time 2 days later, she's in front of the senate. you have the senate going through a kabuki theater, where they're talking as if they're really fighting and really doing something. and then all the solutions offered are the ones that the big tech giants want. most they can control more speech and make more money. there's no breaking up, i want one quick solution. facebook lied to the public about instagram and facebook . that's what it sounds like. break them up. instagram should be spun off. facebook should go the other way. let's do something and actually changes the power dynamic . so the whole thing was theater. it was done not just by bill burton and the obama people, the biding people, needed to change the conversation into something that they think is better for the public. so it's the worst of the swamp, and i think the american people need to see through it, but i fear they won't because they won't be able to see it on regular media. and as
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it is, many conservatives complain about being censored and some are speculating, oversight will only tighten what people can see on the platform, meaning less conservative content. do you think that that's a possibility? it has to be true the only the only liberals that are so that are remotely a censored by facebook are ones that don't want the vaccine. they happen to be african american, n b a players, they get otherwise, it's all conservative. so yeah, look when, well, what, what big tech is most afraid of is being broken up. and so they'll go to bed with the, with the re government with big government, the senators, because they know how to buy them and control them. what they and they don't mind if they say, if it blumenthal says, hey, you've got to stop. remember this whistleblower said what got her to the point of whistle blowing was one of her friends got show into facebook. he became a right winger might have been a trump. that's the whole reason to be here. so what's the senate is going to say is we'll tell you what free speech is, and then facebook will say, oh good, that's what will enforce that no problem. and it won't be conservatives.
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libertarians outside the box thinkers, it'll be all what the narrative machine, what big government, big tech, and be big media, want to feed us and want us to hear. it's very scary. and if facebook is regulated, how do we know it won't be the same thing? like with the tobacco companies in big pharma where the law is written actually protect their interests? well, we don't accept that. what we can predict is what this whistleblower said. she thought was smart, which is redo to 30 so that facebook would have to regulate speech according to what, what blumenthal and the woman even admitted. she said, i would like to leave harvard business school work for a few years at a tech giant. and then go into this new regulatory agency. it's like elizabeth warren's dream scenario with all the invite economic stuff. so what we know is it will be protecting facebook. why? because the same idiots that are sitting across the senator saying, all this admit there's more lobby as for facebook and google than anybody else up there on capitol hill and money talks and senators walk. and so again,
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we should be able to predict that and the public has to demand something different than this kabuki theater that we saw. and we know that facebook is a private company that can it truly be a free speech platform if the so called misinformation police, which is what hug and essentially was at facebook, are deciding what's true and not true. shouldn't we be concerned if anything, conservative says, is defined as hate speech when it's just the opposite as their narrative? yeah, this is the exciting thing about natasha living at this time is all the models have gone out the window, right? the libertarians want to say, oh, it's a private business, leave it alone. it's too much power. facebook and google and youtube are dominating our lives, our families, our kids. we have to do something different than the old model. remember, anti trust law was created at the time of the trust, the energy trust the oil trust, because they had no theory before that to think about how to do it. so free speech has the trump zocker bergs bucks. and we have to be willing to think creatively
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about what that means. and so you're exactly right. you know, the fear should be that anyone controls our speech. but what right now, what the reality is, is that you have a big government that is dictating and being dictated to their in bed together by big tech. and so by the way, yesterday or 2 days ago, when mary garland says, parents may get out of hand at school boards or, or said, the school board administration says, tell us to stop them. and he puts the f, b i on the case. that's the beginning, i guarantee a facebook is looking and saying, well, people that say bad things about school board meetings, we better throttle them back because that's what big government wants. it's really totalitarianism and it's happening in front of our eyes. and martin, we always appreciate your insight. thank you so much for your time. thank you to tasha. well, could there be a new conflict of interest in the classroom? we'll discuss with our $360.00 panel right after the break the policy makers in the federal reserve bank and joe biden. the president thinks america has so fricken stoop that they can make them believe that picking up
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a worthless shiny round object. and going hocus pocus over it magically turns it into a trillion dollars that the gang can deposit that the, at the federal reserve or the treasury to somehow mitigate that. $300000000.00 debt crisis. imagine picking up a future textbook on the early years of the 21st century. what are the chapters cold gun violence, school shootings, homelessness? first, it was my job then it was my family didn't was my savings. i have nothing. i have nothing and it's not like i don't try. i look for resources, i look for jobs, i look for everything i can to make this pass. and i end up doing is passing the road to the american dream paved with dead refugees. it's this very idealized image
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of this. older america makes americans look past the deaths to happen every single day. this is a modern history of the usa by america on our t. ah, it was the most basic, but i still back believe go. he did. who bought i bought off the dial tamala, combo for v, than you quite by that. i was from politicians to athletes and movies. delta musicals does it seems every big name in the world has been here. this year. hope a bazooka. this goes to school. i wish them budget when you get the call when you finish with give me a glover you spoke with said basil makes dreams come true. the every one who falls in love with people
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like what me know when i was sure seemed wrong when i was just a shape out the same because an engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. with a trained general merit garland and
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hot water for a conflict of interest. according to media reports merits donna rebecca is married to the co founder of an education resource company and is pushing critical race theory, as some parents are protesting the material garlan one. as far as getting the f b, i to work with local leaders to address what he called a disturbing spike and harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against teachers and school board members. is there more to the story to discuss? let's bring in our political panel like abdul conservative commentator and robert patillo talk radio host and civil rights attorney. thanks for joining me gentlemen . thanks, tasha. thanks ran. now 1st i want to get both of your reactions to this information unfolding with the attorney general. robert, you're an attorney. do you see a possible conflict of interest here? no, this is one of the silliest stories of the week. so let's understand. the attorney general's daughter's husband works for a company that tries to get children to learn more about history. and conservatives
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are trying to turn that into a scandal when the previous president's daughter and her husband worked in the, in the white house, while still having business ties across the country. and also internationally where van control was still selling her bootleg handbags made them china. while in the white house, i think this is a completely don story and listen, understand to right now, the senate is debating 3.5 trillion dollar bill. they'll address things like early childhood education, free 2 years of junior college, for anybody in the country. and instead of conservatives actually introducing their own policy or talking about what they want to do on education, they pushed youth canards up to try to distract people will deep, silly stories. i think the american people don't believe in, and that was the entire reason they were booted out of office in 2020. and that is what democrats, or depending on what to try to fight through the democratic war to get me and these initiative passed. all that kind of spinning and just a 2nd, but only do you think this effort to force critical race theory in schools against some parents wishes is being driven by the attorney general?
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no, i don't actually don't think that at all. and for the most part, most of us realize that very critical race theory really isn't being taught in schools at all at 80 k through 12 level. it really is a college level of discipline. and the problem is, is that even liberals in their response to it, they respond to the notion of teaching critical race theory by how dare the united states not teach us about our, you know, i can't story. and that's not really where we are at all in the discussion of critical race theory because it doesn't have a whole lot to do with that. but to roberts, to point the back into that happens in every administration where you just mention that whether it's on the left or the right, you try to find situations where there seems to be conflict of interest. there were liberal at the same time that robert is talking about that what the trop, things that were happening with our dealings were there and back overseas. there were a lot of other things that democrats could have been focusing on in congress,
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but they weren't because they were focusing on those type of these type of entanglements where we try to say that this person is, you know, doing this type of thing or the other, so it really happens on both sides all the time. i don't think that this is really a big issue with what's happening with mary darling's daughters or anything like that. and i don't think that there is a b r c from the attorney general's office, but there is a real problem out there with the f b i decided to actually get involved in what's happening around the country and to protest against this idea of critical race. theory that really is a problem. and now we know the democrats are hoping to extend the u. s. government borrowing authority to avoid a major default. let's take a listen to what senate minority leader, mitch mcconnell, on where he says the republican stand. i said in july and september there's a clear path to achieve raising the debt ceiling, which must happen,
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america must not ever evolve and doing it with democrats only on the link. are you disappointed with mcconnell here? not opting for plan for the country to cut spending versus raising the debt ceiling? no matter what. yeah, well when it comes to the debt filling discussion, i can't be more disappointed in mentor mcconnell now, the democrats or any other because it really happens every cycle when we have this discussion about raising the debt really all to lee, it always happens. so how many republicans you actually get to afford it, or if the case when donald trump was in office, how many democrats you get to the afford it. this really is part of that political tit for tat. that happens in every administration. we've had shut down. 4 during the trumpet ministration, because democrats weren't willing to work with the republican president to actually
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whether it was raised with that feeling or, you know, we end up with these continuing continuing resolution. so we're going to be ours as we call them. so no, i'm not disappointed when too much on because they end of the day when i realized that the debt ceiling will be rate as it is every single time, every administration. robert house majority web, james cliburn says, and the debt ceiling is archaic and wish and get rid of it. do you agree and do you think this is something that party will get behind? i think it turned is turned into a formality. just as mulligan said that at the end of the day, no politician and no congress are going to allow americans a default on their dance and from enjoy a nation in receivership. so when you have a threat was no longer has in chief to it. will this become a formality of something silly to, to skipped around as a political football for a few weeks until ultimately getting resolved? now, do i think when she does have unlimited spending in america where there is absolutely no checks and balances? no, i do not think we bipartisan understanding,
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the one from head to 1.5 trojan. busy our tests that they didn't pay for that should have been something that we talked about as a mention of you're going to have $3500000.00 and spending. there is something that we should talk about in a nation. i'd. so i don't get behind the idea of completely eliminated the debt syllabi duplicate, should get back to, as molly said, having read regular budgeting and the station having the actual budget instead of continuing resolutions, instead of cramming everything through reconciliation. but our parties have become so tribal, tribal listed there was nearly impossible, decomposed the most perfunctory thing across the line. oh, when it comes to the national interest, who is not within your own parties basis of your influence? now in a white house is keeping a close eye and ain't gubernatorial race happening in virginia next month. league if president biden was doing such a great job leaving the country, do you think this race would even matter as much? no, i know actually i don't but it also it whether or not it actually wins or not. i think it's actually will be a lesson for democrats that running against trumps for the next 4 years. that may
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not actually work because the democrats and terry mcauliffe, they definitely tried to tie glen junk into donald trump in ways that were successful in 2020. i'm not sure that this is going to be as successful in 2022, and definitely 2024. so, democrats, again, whether he were the ones or not democrats should actually look at their strategy because just attacking attaching anyone or donald trump, to amy republican that runs. dat simply will not be enough to get you over the finish line. they need to be very careful with is my guess is they walk and they'll continue to talk any republican to donald trump, whether or not they fully support people or not. robert, how do you see things playing out in virginia? i knew the thing the democrats ultimately carry the day by. i do agree with believe that as long as democrats continue to have trumpet me the, the ghost of the darkness that it is centers, american politics around trump,
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entropy of them as opposed to moving forward, electrons are based on the future, not the past. nobody's asking about, hey, what are the old or what is? oh, william howard taft. think about this issue because there's something in the past. is that something to putting towards a future? i think democrats have started tickling what their views of the people of the future. pushing that out there, not simmering all the reasons around who is the most antitrust candidate and then as the way forward. so i think the fed this rates as close as shown the john joe biden had a terrible no good there event summer. and he asked to work on then a democrat from some points on the board. all right, thank you so much gentlemen. robert patillo, my link until we always appreciate your insight. new information comes to training, coven, 19, and bio pharmaceutical company. mark has reportedly develop the 1st pill to treat croner virus. according to the company, it could cut hospitalizations and deaths by half. and pill would be the 1st of its kind and may be available within months. but the price could be out of reach for many patients. turn chavez has more on the new pill. a coven treatment and pill
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form, the 1st of its kind merck out with new data that shows its antiviral drug more new purity are taking twice a day for 5 days when symptoms begin. cuts the risk of hospitalization and death. in half the news of the efficacy of this particular antiviral is obviously very good news for the company when they briefed us last night, had mentioned that they will be submitting their data to the f. da. imminently of the data are impressive. you were there was a 50 percent diminution of importance is that in the placebo group there were. ready a guess and in the treatment group there were no depths. that's also very important. and very good news. a company says it will soon ask health officials in the us and around the world to authorize the drugs use. and if cleared the drug would be the 1st pills shown to treat coven 19 something dr. say would be
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a major step forward in the global efforts to control the pandemic. having pills available that can prevent the evolution into serious disease would change the way we can treat. at the moment, people who are newly affected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions. we could give them now or in the future, a prescription. they can go to their pharmacy and take their medications the way they do other medicines. this would allow us to treat many more people much more quickly and we trust much less expensively. but while the new medication is being here, a huge advance and the treatment of coven 19 experts at the harvard school of public health and king's college hospital in london. so the company is charging the u. s. a. 40 times more than what the drug actually costs to make. according to the report, the researchers estimate the pill only cost about $17.00 to make. however, merck is charging $712.00 for the same amount of medicine. 40 times the price. now
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i've reached out to merck asking about the drastic price increase, but have not yet heard back. meantime, it's important to note that the data has not been peer reviewed just yet, but a group of medical experts monitoring the trial recommended, stopping it early. because the intern results were so encouraging, reporting for news use use trinity sharp s r t new york. and that's all the time we have for today. thanks so much for watching and have a great night. ah, imagine picking up a future textbook on the early years of the 21st century. what are the chapters called gun violence school shootings, homelessness 1st, it was my job and then it was my family. didn't was my savings. i have nothing. i have nothing and it's not like i don't try. i look for resources, i look for jobs,
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a report. with miss alice help headlines her on our team and european households a hit by soaring bills and medical records. natural gas prices are rusher. is a key supplier, and president putin has vile to keep the gas flowing through ukraine while criticizing the e, you move to ditch long term contract. try to smear parents as domestic carries just reflects just how to home after school boards, us parents speaking out against mos wearing on the critical race theory could soon be investigated by the f b i. after the national school boards claim that.


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