Charlie James, Ken Pimlot, Director discussed on Red Eye Radio

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New york community call one eight three three saao g o o d to donate today charlie james in the morning stimulating talk all day the a cumulus station who gets a tax could possible flynn pardon i'm barton necker republicans on capitol hill or out with their overall tax cut plan thinking they have the votes to approve it next week it would eliminate the obama care coverage mandate to help pay for the cuts while lowering effective tax rates for those on the top and bottom of the economic ladder more from bob costantini there are seven tax brackets in the final tax bill for those on the lower end of the income scale with adjusted gross income a married couple of nineteen thousand fifty dollars they would only pay ten percent in taxes on the upper end of the scale though another break for married couples making six hundred thousand dollars and above the tax would be thirty seven percent down from thirty nine point six percent the old to operate speaking to reporters outside the white as president trump was asked whether he was considering a pardon for his former top security adviser michael flynn who has pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi i want to talk about it's the michael savage let's see i can say this when you look at what's going on with the fbi edward the justice department people of very very angry a firefighter with the young family has been killed in the massive thomas fire and southern california are jim rupe reports 32yearold korea lavarice him was killed while battling one of the most active fronts of the fire iverson worked for cal fire in san diego county fire director ken pimlot says his young engineers death underscores the danger inherent to the job which must go on firefight in front of us continues to go on the community's we are protecting our depending on us and we will not fail the tomba's fire burning since december iv is now approaching five hundred thousand acres and has destroyed seven hundred twenty nine homes stocks finished higher on wall street as congressional republicans put the final touches on the.

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