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and gun makers continue to relocate their companies all down south. could say maybe the devil goes down to georgia bell this time it was riveting. say remington say they want to move where they feel like they will have more freedom and protection for manufacturer products. we're going to discuss the issue with our panel. and why did you spend tens of thousands of dollars all to get pregnant? but then after months of raising your baby, you realize you gave birth to someone else is embryo. we will bring you this real life story and what happens next because it makes the fam in the latest space capsule filled with diaper wearing astronauts have returned to earth. however, new research shows why a broken toilet is face might not be their biggest worry to use and we're going to give you the 3060 view of these stories and more on today's news views you right here are to america. ah,
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okay, well vice president come on, harris is on a 5 day trip to france. always hopes of a smoothing relations following the president backdoor deal tub australia build a nuclear subs and sort of france the deal across the country close to $90000000.00 at his father's president biden's own trip last week where he met with mc chrome president crone on the margins of the g 20, which should not actually help the administration's french po paul in fact might have even caused more damage with the us president actually acknowledging he handled the submarine deal in a clumsy way. the vice president scheduled to have a one on one meeting with fridge president and manuel mac ron on wednesday, however, until then her schedule. so to various meetings and public appearances where she is discussing everything from the migrant crisis in europe to science. not only a sign of the current state of the relationship and our dedication to the future.
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but it is also an incredible statement about the history of the relationship between france in the united states on many issues, but in particular on scientific research. to discuss the goals of this trip, we bring in robin bureau, retired army ranger and democratic strategies and alan, yet for us marine and author. thank you so much for joining me, robin and alan. scott. ok, so i want to start with you. robin, is this more about diplomacy or actually raising the vice president's profile on the international stage? i would love to say this was about diplomacy and looked president macro invited her, so she couldn't very well say no. but i just raised this question last night on my podcast. we haven't got to find out who's going to be running on the democratic ticket in 2024. i believe in my heart, that's what this is about elevating her. because we just had a big election last tuesday a week ago today. and we're hanging straight to the mid terms now, which also means 2024. was interesting that you brought that up because you know,
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after you allen on this point, president chrome did invite vice president, combo harris over. so what does it say? just to we're having to go back with this ministration. he's inviting the vice president to come over and talk to him rather than back to the president himself. you know, joe probably really did not impress the chrome, although they don't each other for quite some time. so it's, it's a completely, it's a show. and i know she's over there with the frenchman, lynn, with the irony of it is. she's over there talking about margaret questions in europe, and she's in charge of she's the orders are in this country and they that they continue to portions of work. we have no idea who's coming into this country. i think basically her trip or she's going is just do some christmas shopping. otherwise, earlier job appears that she really has is to stand 60 back 60 to
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the right to buy one is 20 reading the job after when he goes last script gets mad . everyone, every fortunate challenge is any bit anything he's doing. besides that, she doesn't really have all, well, i doubt the francis's anymore luck getting there packages and we are here in the united states considering, i think we're all hiring of supply chain issues. but, you know, overseas is this delegation of 22 american law makers, which is being led by nance speaker, nancy pelosi, all the scholars to attend the c o p 26, which by the way it just amazes me that it's still going on. this is last week store and they're still over there. one of those lawmakers is actually alexandria. okay. 0 cortez. she's finds herself in the middle of this fight on social media with her colleague or paul goss are a republican from arizona, arizona who shared a video. a of a popular cartoon which was edited to represent it goes, are actually attacking c. then lunging at the president, i'm going to throw this actually to you robin. i am no fan and i'm a fan and for
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a variety of reasons. in this case, it looks like this was done in house by represented grocer, staff, someone said, could he said, are we talented? do you think this outrage over the video is justified? considering it's really just a replication of what's out there. they just put everything, go merge air, go sir, and other people's faces over a product that was already there. this always is crazy when i see things like this, i'm also not a big fan of enemy, but i've got 2 kids that are and look and maybe he's trying to appeal to a younger demographic. but personally, i just wish that we would be better than this, and this is trickling down into all of our elections. i just ran i last for mayor of tucker, georgia, and just kind of victory. all these kind of petty juvenile attacks we actually saw on municipal level, which i've never seen before. so i just wish that we could sort of ditch some of the juvenile tactics of politics and talk about things that people really care about. right, and that's the thing. i mean, politics, his voice been dirty,
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that's been through the ages. so when, when they get petty, you think we would actually mature as a country as you continue to add years to our age. but allen, on this case, republicans right now we're being just completely knocked across the board based on everything going on january 6, other issues talking about the violence that could potentially be on the republican cited there. instigating does this help the situation right now. why are republicans kind of tone death and not being on their best behavior, considering the narrative that's being created against them. all they're doing is adding laws to fire, or do they even care? why don't i don't think they care because i don't think they see anything changing with the complete way off. those are 1st, you know, at least if this is the best is media change can come up with, or he needs to hire some 12 year olds to, to up their game. and then. ringback to put a space on the one meg cartoon figure seemed kind of weird to i mean all the animation could have used a giant native blonde, a o. c i think goes to,
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might have a few issues to deal with the, on the democrats. not that is very, i think we can all agree on that when it's a poor well, and you just went through your own race and you were talking about robin. this idea of a people trying to relate to the base going very, very wrong in this case. are there things that should be stayed away part in this being one of them, or is this g at least give them credit for trying to at least reach a group that possibly might not even be involved in politics very much. you know, i wish i could say that, but this is gonna fall flat. this is gonna fall on deaf ears. and look, alan, i agree with you. i don't, i don't know who he thinks he's appealing to with this the best. if i could write a perfect cartoon against a o c right now, it would be that she and the squad voted against the infrastructure bill, because my, my colleagues on the left are really upset about that right now. if they wanted to attack or go there, because republicans are attacking the 13 g o p law makers who voted for the infrastructure bill. i packed a o. c, and this was also and yet republicans right now are saying they're looking at
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a think it was kathy griffin. what happens there are other issues against, you know, all of the snoop dog video that actually portrayed shooting trump and secret service. never visit. and yet there's already democrats calling for secret service and everything goes to resign. last, where do you allen on this case, should what should go sir? is action should be, should be ignored, or should he actually address it to the public because he really hasn't yet. i think he put it out there for a reason, but i or whatever, he says, how are we addresses it? it's not going to be in apology. it's not going to be, i should have done that. he's going with a, as a strategy and all that may work in the short term, but ultimately the american people lose. well, i also found it was find a twitter decided to keep this video despite taking everything else done. they said this one needed to stay up. i found a peach tree because obviously the more people that see it, the more damaging it is robin allen, always great to talk to you. ok, chaos is continuing at the border between poland and bela bruce. hundreds of
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migrants are actually putting pressure on the polish border from the bell, a russian side, and migrate from afghanistan and elsewhere, have been staying and delivers for months now. and are ready to enter the you all as refugees. stand up remains tense with migrants and polish security forces facing one and dow long border fences. artesia concertina rush, coff has the story. right now we're in belarus. if he meters away from the polish border, we're thousands of migrants are from the middle east are stuck trying to cross into the e. u. after failing to breach the border fans yesterday. their set of tents and camp fire spending last night out in the woods. now let me just give you a quick look at the scene. this is what's going on here. we were told that at least 2500 people haven't come here and that this is so this is what, what they do. and so you can see a family with, with children, they're trying to warm up from the fire woods and actually more people bring in
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more fireworks from this forest out there. because it's, it's, it's getting called by the day. and people somehow need to, we're, we're a mob of babies. she's, she's shaking from phrasing. look at this with what it does. is it a trash bag trash bag? yeah. where's for cold in old go under this the the my food with her aunt britt. just bread and water the yes. all yes. yes. yes. yes. we just want to go german on the think for a good or encore, a good life. all the both those empty and they got family, they got kate's, you know, they need walton with, doesn't matter. we pay money for whichever you memorize was any one to bring us some law to please you know that the kids will be, suffer too much here. you can see that ha, the polish a security forces out in full force there. now i think they're changing as you can
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see, movement out there. and yet this is the, the barbed wire, and the fans that is dividing the border divine in the territory. but when bowers and of poland now, despite failed attempts to cross the border, the migrants are determined to try again. to day, most of them come from a war torn nation like iraq, afghanistan, and now they won a new life in europe's wealthiest countries, like germany. and france, but to get there, they 1st need to pass through poland. the number of migrants trying to reach to you through the poland bowers border has been on the rise lately, bye bye to the situation dramatically. escalated yesterday when thousands of refugees, so formed column and march towards the polish border. some of them tried to get through the barbed wire fence using a free treat trunks and spades. others actually carded with wire cutters. polish security forces responded with tear gas and pepper spray. even gone,
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fire was heard at one point. poland has already called a state of emergency and brought around 12000 troops to the border, according to the polish officials who said that this is so far the biggest attempt to and through poland by force. when we return, the 2nd amendment issue to bear arms is a federal law, and yet some kind of manufacturers are looking to individual states, offer protection. we will bring in the details after the break they would same with every passing day were allowed to openly discuss fewer and fewer topics. the events on capitol hill on january 6 is one of them. what happened that day is a 3rd rail. was it a riot or an insurrection?
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even asking, this is inflammatory? it shouldn't be we're allowing ourselves to be more efficient for quicker with our transactions. but with that comes a trade off. every device is a potential entry point for security into any machine can be here. it's an extension of traditional time. the defenders have always been one step behind the attackers. another when one comes option often, it's not a matter of. if it happens, it's a matter of when when the fund i make no, no borders line to tease and you as a merge, we don't have a charity. we don't have a back seen,
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whole world needs to take action and be ready. people are judgment, common crisis with we can do better, we should be doing better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great, the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together with ah, ah, remington firearm is the latest weapons maker to decide to move its headquarters
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from new york down to georgia. now this is smith and wesson, breaks ground and tennessee following their move from springfield, massachusetts. and these are not small moves is the latest farmington deal is worth around $100000000.85 jobs in georgia. so all right, turning in radio has to robert kilo and steve gil for were for sure the trader representatives office joins us now to discuss. robert, i brought you on for multiple reasons. georgia, you're representing steve gill. mr. tennessee. i'm, are you, steve? why are these companies moving to a state that like yours? well, you have safe life. got new york and maryland where you've seen other a gun companies move out. we had a beretta moved to tennessee a few years ago. kimber is in texas, h and k, as in george, a taurus is in georgia, mag goal that makes up magazines moved out of colorado a few years ago to wyoming because the states are imposing restrictions on the very products that these companies make. and when you can't make it, you can't sell it,
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they have to go somewhere else. i say also not as much at georgia as tennessee in texas. we have no state income tax. so when they move a 100 or a 1000 jobs, their employees not only have a, a little bit better standard of living, but they also get a pay raise because of no state income tax and places like taxes in tennessee. well, you give up the arts for new york city, but you definitely get the no tax in tennessee hands on, which one matters to you more. but robert, do you actually as a democrat, but you are a gun toting democrat? do you welcome a company like remington to your home state and with their reasoning, saying it will be more of a friendly state for them to manufacture their products in order? absolutely, right, george is the perfect thing for women to. we already have h entails, as mentioned, glock is located in cobb county, remington is going to be real law, i believe in troup county, troup, county lagrange georgia which bus harris county were. i grew up there. we do have a gun culture here. we do have people who appreciate and supported the 2nd amendment. i think many of these companies are also trying to avoid mimi the
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regulations and demon ization that comes and other states mount me and my wife have a house in maryland. one of these things there is, is nearly impossible to get a handle on license even to protect your so that would make the very hostile environment for the old. so for those employers, we welcomed old people in the south and think one of the issues the national democrats are going to have to understand culturally is how to talk to gun owners in the south. because the opinions of people in the south were the, were, the blue growth is coming from north carolina is becoming blue. virginia for the most part is blue blue, except for 2 weeks ago, georgia is turning blue. so if you want to continue those gains, you're going to have to balance of that anti gun metal to get out, the more feasible, the southern democrats may agree on most issues. we're just group you on got and you have to look at the rise in crime, which i think one of the reasons why virginia people are looking at education boss of the rise and crime. and that safety guide issue might actually be a key issue coming up next mid term, obviously the presidential. but here's my question. both of your attorneys are going to see 1st constitutional attorney had here. why is this becoming
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a state issue? considering the 2nd amendment is a federal level issue and grand, i can buy a gun in tennessee, but i get there's no problem keeping me from bringing it up to new york or might have to register if i actually live there. but obviously this is not something that you have to register every time you cross over a state line even to visit. so why is this being allowed to be a state issue? and not mainly staying on the federal side. will actually when you cross state binds of some of these anti gun states, you're carry permit in tennessee or somewhere else isn't valid anymore. and you're breaking the law by having a gun that you're transporting into a state. i think you've got supreme court getting ready to consider a significant 2nd amendment issue and, and it's going to be key to watch what they do there. i've always thought it odd that you have the hell or case a few years ago with the supreme court that validate the right to bear arms, the individual right to bear arms and yet done bands in chicago and d. c, and other cities are in place. and yet, when the supreme court ruled in favor of gay marriage, immediately you had counties and states having to go out and marry people that were
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gay. why does some supreme court opinions get immediate validity and others like hell or get ignored by state? he's like new york and dc in chicago, and that question got robert, do you have an answer for that? well, hello, this is all very narrowly tailored. go is so in the endurable right to bear arg was still allowing there to be local regulatory aspect to it. and of course, the values of each state are going to be different than the state personal to be the laboratories for democracy. it's got to push them out, take your gun from tennessee to washington. dc. immediately put you in danger because as with previous events of i have a concealed carry permit in georgia, that apartment is not valid in maryland on pulled over in my car with my gun in maryland, i still have to abide by the city of baltimore laws. versity laws, harris county, georgia. so because we have this mismatch of mass of walls, i do think there is going to have to be some fair weather regulates, is to take place because you do not want to have something with, with law for it to be wednesday. and you're one road trip away from being
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a felon. it's thanks. i marilyn have a tim, tim, low magazine capacity law where you cannot have a magazine that holds over 10 rails things like california. you have to have a non conforming grip or grip on your rifles. you cannot have a barrel though, certain weight. also miss myself, you basically have to be a legal scholar to know where you can and can't have guns in the country. i don't think that sustainable long term well, and that's under the hope educated guys understand it. they are going to again, you're right robert. i do leave my gun back in tennessee for the reasons that are here in washington dc, but i am an educated gun carrier. that's what i think will hopefully we want most of the public to be but waited in regards to these companies moving. steve, will these stay the attorney general's justice department go a step in and offer even more protection if the federal government does come in which the possibility over the next 3 years. and we hear more rumors of gun and ammunition, prohibition and gun was being made? will these states like tennessee, georgia, texas, step in and actually protect some of these gun companies?
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i think you will see attorney general's in these states, you know, being vigorous and defending the 2nd amendment. i think the other thing to keep in mind when you're looking at some of these gum laws at the federal level, some gun manufacturers have looked at moving to places like georgia and tennessee and taxes other more gun friendly states. because there are some provisions that people argue that if a gun is manufactured in tennessee and sold in tennessee and owned in tennessee, that the fads really don't have the capacity to do anything about that. because there is no interstate commerce with them to intervene. it interesting a lots of different dynamics here. and of course i'm glad i have robert and steve to give us a $360.00 view up. thank you so much. but now to couples in california, i spent month raising and bonding with babies. they believed it belong to them, but as it turns out, they were actually raising each other's children because of a mix up at the fertility clinic. and they now have filed suit, our de corresponded molly barrows has more on this case. java and alexander cardinality fell in love with the infant daughter born to them in late 2019 they're
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older daughter was also thrilled to hold her new baby sister. her memories of child, bertha will always be treated by the sick reality that our biological child was given to someone else. and the baby that i fought to bring him to this world was not my to keep the daughter we babies and bonded with was gone. after months of love and affection, there's no way to describe the pin that we've been through. the struggle to guide our older daughter. through losing little sister, she fell in love with conceived in detroit fertilization. the cardinal is trusted, the girl was their biological child. despite the fact, the baby had
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a darker complexion than they do, then they learned there was a mix up at the l. a base fertility clinic with their embryo. another couple was raising their child while they were raising their alexander and i are devastated. we missed an entire year of our daughter's life. i didn't get to experience being pregnant with her or berthing her. we missed her entire newborn period. we never saw our babies entrance into the world or cuddled her and her 1st seconds of life. the cardinal is filed suit against the california center for reproductive health, an owner for medical malpractice, breach of contract negligence and fraud. they're seeking a jury trial and unspecified damages. the other couple wants to remain anonymous, but the attorney representing all 4 parents, say they are planning to file a similar suit. we thought that we were working with in a very professional industry. we trusted people, we trusted these people. and we never even knew that something like this could
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happen wasn't even on our radar. how could this happen? but now we realize that the fertility industry is a mess. the unusual circumstances have also bonded the card knowledge and the other couple. they now look at each other as family from here on out. they were just as much in love with, with our, our biological daughter as we were with there's 4 r t i, molly barrows. as a ground, becky development continue in the world. as faith writes, researchers actually found the amount of time one spent in space actually impact their brain health or to correspond natasha suite has more of the new study linking long space trips to similar effects of brain damage. commercial space travel is getting closer to taking off more and more not astronauts are making their way to space and will short trip to space may not pose any side effects according to
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a new study, longer term could cause brain damage. similar to a cotton scientists have long studied the effects of the body in orbit. but what about the brain? little has been examined until recently, and researchers found that long space trips could cause brain damage. according to a new study published in jama neurology scientists found elevated levels of proteins in the blood that reveal indications of brain damage. is that he follows 5 russian cosmonaut who went into space for 5 and a half months aboard the international space station. cerebral spinal fluid is the most accurate way to measure one's brain health, but obtaining it is invasive. blood is reportedly the next best thing. and so scientists took blood from all men 20 days before their mission one day after then one week after their trip, and again $20.00 to $25.00 days. returning home scientists found 2 proteins to be elevated one day and one week following their months and space. a 3rd protein was not significantly elevated. but to final proteins are measured by
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a ratio between the to the ratio did. in fact, drop, which is a senior people suffering from a neuro degenerate of condition. researchers from the study said the effects of spending several months and space are similar to what the brain goes through when getting a concussion, or more studies need to be conducted or searchers behind the steadied. believe the brain injury is caused to the long duration exposure to micro gravity. his truck separation, main shoot, deploy away for confirmation of for healthy man's for astronauts were turned to earth on monday at 1033 p. m. eastern time, riding home with space x 2 and a 200 day space station mission that began last spring. walk down confirmed their capsule parachuted into the gulf of mexico off the coast of pensacola, florida. in darkness recovery boats quickly moved in with spotlights ready to reg, the space craft up out of the open sea bringing his where a,
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an employee as part of the recovery team will physically climb on top of dragon and attach hardware necessary to hoist dragging up and out of the water these 4 astronauts referred to as crew. 2 astronauts spent almost 6 months in space. they completed several space walks work to help upgrade the space station while also installing to new solar arrays. well aisd successful mission when they were heading back to earth and none of the astronauts were able to use the toilet on the dragon as a result of a leak. and it's something that space x has since redesigned, reporting for news news. hughes and harsh sweets r t. that's a big problem, but we fix problems on today show. so thank you for joining us in the meantime, let's continue this conversation finance, but as i didn't use the hash tag team and vh thanks for watching. ah
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a korea professional sport is much tougher on some than others with the euro. i everybody or so why would somebody believe me, i was just a little girl to price upgrade to, to, to achieve really was was proud to read the paper this morning usa swimming coach, arrested, allegedly had sex with a 12 year old girl. this happens almost every way we get calls at the office. i get informed about one of my greatest fears is someone is gonna start linking all this together. and it's going to be a 60 minute documentary about youth coaches in sports like gymnastics in swimming. here is that documentary, i see it on our tea with
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who you want to be when you grow old hunger and suffering. the border between bella rosen, poland, with thousands of migrants, including children, remained stranded in a bid to try to get him to the e. u. now a group of nobel prize, what is that demanding human rights organizations are allowed immediate access to that area. display of are a good impunity rushes foreign minister lasts the use approach to the unfolding migrant crisis. another use word across few, this our of world renowned lawyer says a recent guantanamo trial dubbed a stay in the moral fiber of america could hopefully set to president for other victims of abuse at the hands of usa to this is the 1st time that.


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