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"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Work on the building built in 1981 Natalie Rodriguez Miami Manhunt is underway for a suspect who shot a Daytona Beach police officer in the head. 29 year old. Both L. Wallace is accused of shooting the officer as he was being questioned. The encounter was captured on video is going. Do you like it was going on down, sir, You sit down and talk to you. Come on. Come on. I don't do this. Sit down. Why are you asking? You got in here? Do you live here? Yes, and what's going on? Daytona Beach police chief calls the gun and a coward, the officer listed in serious condition. A bipartisan deal to fund of nationwide infrastructure upgrade is closer, but there are still some sticking points. 10 Democrats and 11 Republicans announced Wednesday that they've reached a bipartisan agreement on a potential deal. The White House previously called for the $2.3 trillion That number was too high for Republicans. In the end, though, Wednesday's talks did show progress, with government officials reporting the framework is all set for the bill. But the specifics like how it all be paid for, still need to be ironed out in Washington. I'm Kevin Corke Fox News. President Biden is taking action before possible summer spike in crime. He unveiled new steps to crack down on gun violence as homicides soared 30% last year. That includes cutting off the flow of illegally sold firearms in a zero tolerance policy for gun dealers. The FDA is warning about a possible rare side effect of covid vaccinations. A CDC panel says that there's a likely link of heart inflammation and kids and young adults to the Pfizer and Moderna shots. That prompted the FDA to add a warning to the vaccines. So are you ever too old to play Indiana Jones Harrison Ford gets hurt on set,.
Fresh update on "$2.3 trillion" discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"This is why this is a technology problem. This is why we need to undermine the rails by which they control the message because otherwise we can't figure out the truth because the only way to actually determine the truth is the same way as the only way to determine the actual market price, the actual signal in the market. Information signals work the exact same way. You will only ever figure out which idea is the strongest against reality if it is also the idea that is strongest against all of the other ideas. The one that can be defended the best by the most. The one with the absolute fewest edges that contradict its center. To claim we can know the truth or we can know the quote-unquote correct narrative by shutting down everyone, by preceding the facts, preceding genuine data with a bias that we assume cannot be questioned is the same as saying we must censor, defame, defund, and attack any conclusions or data that disagrees with our hypothesis. It is to reverse the very process of science. I want to point out another two things real quick too. Going back to the idea that Bloomberg and the Washington Post and even Wired with the single, you know, questioning statement or not even a questioning statement, but the hint of, you know, maybe there's some pushback against what this institution is doing, but the Bloomberg and Washington Post did not even engage in a marketing report for what this institution was doing. And within their own walls, they openly state that the mainstream media is not a part of this problem. That they're on board with all of this. And in fact, it's a terrible, terrible outcome that the government and these mainstream media organizations, the corporate media, doesn't have control anymore. This is the problem is that the avenues for information control, the bandwidth for information outside of what is controlled is too high. There's another quote from this thread says Terp later used Amit to develop the disarm framework, which the World Health Organization then employed in quote, countering anti-vaccination campaigns across Europe. Again, this framework is the discredit everyone who says differently, censor them, get their bank accounts shut down and abuse and harass them online. Now I want everyone who I know everybody doesn't believe the same crap about the COVID vaccine or COVID or anything that's going on there. But I guarantee you that most of the people listening to this are certain that someone who says something that's against the narrative is quote unquote discredited. How do you know that? Where'd you hear it? Did you check? Because their framework for engaging in this fight is to use the media they control to discredit the people that talk bad about them. Going back to the fact that this is a technology problem, it was the printing press that ultimately brought down the religious state. The bandwidth of information around their gated truth grew to such a degree that they could not control it anymore. And it led to the Renaissance, eventually the industrial revolution, and the greatest shift in how we organize society and our systems of governance that we'd seen since government became a thing. The internet is another order of magnitude in the bandwidth of that information exchange. It might be two orders of magnitude. It's crazy. It is really crazy. And we're just beginning to see this thing's only 20 years old. Really. You think about just the time it's taken for people to adopt it. The bandwidth hasn't even been able to reach. The network hasn't even had the reach for all the people. Think about it like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, the iPhone, social media on a mobile phone. These things are all 2000s. 2004, 2003, 2009 for the iPhone, I think. Yeah, 2009. We think of these as normal, but these things are brand new. We are witnessing the first wave of fallout, the first shattering of political narratives, of the consensus of what the hell drives the world and what our collective story is. We're witnessing the first major wave of this. And this is why I think to protect it, because it's a technological problem, what we need is a network that can't be controlled. Noster and hole punch, I think are going to be two of the most important technologies for increasing that bandwidth now around the platforms. We need social media as a protocol. Anyone who listens to this and is not like a Bitcoiner and not someone who's listening to the show and already on Noster, anybody who is a Bitcoiner and is not on Noster, you have got to get on Noster. You've got to get on Keet. These things aren't perfect yet. I'm actually shocked. I use Noster more than I use Twitter. If it weren't for the sheer size of the Twitter network, I wouldn't still be doing it. I would just go ahead and leave. And I know a whole bunch of people are like, oh, stick to your guns and just abandon it. Well, it's about reach. It's about getting people, like nobody on Noster needs to hear the explanation of Bitcoin. I want to be able to get in front of people who need to hear that message. Those people are on Twitter. Those people are on Facebook. If I relegated myself entirely to Noster, it would be like going to a Bitcoin meetup to convince people that Bitcoin is useful. But I do spend most of my time on Noster. And it's crazy to think that this thing is a protocol that just does not have a center. This is not a centralized system because of how well it works and the flow of money that can happen on Noster. The zapping ecosystem is crazy. In fact, if Michael Shellenberger listens to this, please get on Noster. Understand that the problem is a technological problem. And the platforms, the social media platforms have been for a very long time, our avenue to get information around the corporate media. But that is no longer becoming, that is no longer an avenue because they realize how big of a problem this is. As their consensus breaks down, they are going to squeeze as hard as they can. They're going to choke the shit out of all of the streams of information. A great example, if I go looking for the information on the CIA losing $2.3 trillion, you know what I get? I get whole pages of debunks of just, no, the CIA didn't lose it. The CIA doesn't lose it. Now you go read it. You know what they say is that they do not have an audit trail for $2.3 trillion worth of money. And they say that this is debunked not because they have an audit trail for the money. It's debunked because the reason it was called out is because quote, they haven't updated their systems. Which means that losing the $2.3 trillion isn't that they don't know where the $2.3 trillion went. It's that they don't know where it went because they didn't update their systems. It's like, bitch, how is that not the same thing? And you don't think that this is one of the secretive institutions in the world who engages in criminal activity at an insane scale, that engages in assassination, that engages in backdoor wars all over the world, that manipulates elections all over the place, that explicitly has a framework for manipulating foreign opinion, who have been caught red handed in massive amounts of arms dealing, shipping guns into the country, shipping criminals into the country, blackmailing politicians, torture, murder of Americans overseas, putting back doors in tons of American software systems and actual hardware, in actual chips, putting tiny spy chips into USB ports so that all devices as they stream information through will call home and report back what's happening, to control and put in monitors at all major internet junctions, all data junctions that have literally used the military to control the drug trade in other countries. They created a malware system that they sell to other governments to completely take over anybody's smartphone. And it's openly used by tyrants all over the world. I've actually spoken to someone personally who has had their phone, their entire mobile, their smartphone system, their mobile life completely pwned by this software. Are we really going to be so naive as to think that this institution doesn't have a paper trail for $2.3 trillion because they just haven't gotten around to updating their computers? That that's a proper debunking of a problem that is of that fucking scale? I mean, do we really think that the reason that my cursory search of not looking for a debunking, but just searching for the CIA lost trillions of dollars? All I got were mainstream articles, quote unquote, debunking it. And not one of them had any information debunking it. Not one. To say they didn't have a paper trail because their systems are old and that was the real issue is not a debunking. That's not journalism. That's the running defense for an institution that has just robbed us of $2.3 trillion and refuses to tell us how they spent it. Do we really think it's done in our favor? That this is for our benefit? All we can do in the political realm is throw wrenches in the machine to slow it down. The only solution is a technological solution. The printing press was the bandwidth to undermine the church. The internet and the social media platforms were the bandwidth to undermine the traditional corporate media. Noster and Whole Punch will be the bandwidth and the technological solution to get around the centralized platforms. And Bitcoin will be the bandwidth to get around the fiat money apparatus that is reinforcing and funding all of this through theft and counterfeit. And even though this isn't really the podcast for it, I also think that AI is going to be critical in that because AI is going to be what allows us to organize and set up productive systems and institutions outside of their purview. We won't need the platforms. We won't need the licenses. We won't need the app stores. I do not think we are far away from a world where we can actually just use blocks of code and ask an LLM and an LLM actually writes on the fly software from a set of core functions to complete a task in the way that we want to complete it. Where you and I don't even use the same piece of software. We use the same blocks of software and an LLM on the fly creates a piece of software that's catered to you or me. I think one of the subtle implications, what is implied in so much of the conversation around AI is that the danger is how much power it gives to the individual. The risk is literally, quote unquote, everybody has the equivalent of a nuclear bomb, which is an absurd way to say everyone now is incredibly powerful by themselves and in small groups. Notice that their fear is that they aren't the only ones with nuclear bombs anymore. Now actually equating AI with a nuclear bomb is idiotic, but I think that the way we find ourselves in a future that obsoletes this problem, that obsoletes their control and their authority is with technologies that give us independence. Monetary independence with Bitcoin and lightning, social and information flow independence with Noster, Keat and Hole Punch, and systems and operation independence with AI.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You have NPR news and key Q B D news Next at 6 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, the White House's shifting discussions on an infrastructure bill to a bipartisan group of 10 senators. This. After President Biden ended discussions with the Senate's lead Republican negotiator, Shelley Moore, capital of West Virginia, The two were unable to close the gap on the price tag. Republican Congressman Carlos Jimenez of Florida chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. The problem was vitamin immigration started out with $2.3 trillion for this package. Some of the stuff in it was has nothing to do with infrastructure. In negotiations with capital, Biden lowered his proposal to $1.7 trillion Republicans were proposing less than a trillion dollars in spending with much of the money coming from unspent covid 19 relief funds. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha check says he remains optimistic the president spoken with a number of senators and we think that at the end of the day it's still absolutely possible for there to be a bipartisan deal on this in Washington, Jimenez and Buddha Jazz, We're speaking to NPR's morning edition. President Biden is on his way to Europe. The eight day trip includes a G seven summit in Cornwall, England, and NATO meeting in Brussels and a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. This is Biden's first overseas trip since taking office. This is NPR News Live from KQED New Some Brian White, the board that oversees the Santa Clara Valley Water District plans today to consider a proposal to impose water restrictions. This comes a day after they held a special meeting to hear public feedback on the district's plans to declare a local emergency and implement a 15% reduction in water use because of dry conditions. Ashley over houses with friends of the river. She spoke in favor of the plan. The urban water Management plan is a really important planning tool, and it will help value water, improve efficiencies and provide information on the record to the public..
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on AP News
"I'm to McGuire Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer chastises Senate Republicans for blocking a vote to form a congressional commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the capital by supporters of former President Donald Trump. Senators should rest assured That the events of January six will be investigated and then as majority leader I reserve the right to force the Senate to vote on the bill again at the appropriate time. President Biden's first budget proposal is out. President Joe Biden laid out a $6 trillion budget for the 2022 fiscal year Friday that adds new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and increases taxes on businesses and high earning people. The budget incorporates the administration's eight year $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. And it's $1.8 Trillion American families plan. The budget also adds details on Biden's $1.5 trillion request for annual operating expenditures for the Pentagon and domestic agencies. Despite the proposed tax hikes, the budget would require the government to borrow roughly 50 cents of every dollar it spends this year and next. Mike Rossi, a Washington hackers piggyback on a trusted source to infiltrate dozens of organizations. Microsoft Vice President Tom Burt says state backed Russian cyber spies behind the solar winds hacking campaign used an email marketing account for the U. S Agency for International Development to launch a cyber assault on U. S and foreign government agencies and think takes this week in a block post. Burt said the effort targeted more than 150, different organizations. At least a quarter of them involved in international development, humanitarian or human rights work. The hackers gained access to the USA Ideas account it constant contact and email marketing service and the authentic looking emails dated May 25th contained malware constant contact, called it an isolated incident while a U. S. A. I D spokeswoman said that a forensic investigation was underway. Jennifer King Washington This is AP News President Biden traveled a joint base Langley in Virginia near Washington. The marked the start of Memorial Day weekend, he tells the troops at the base. We make up 1%.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on KTOK
"Our forecast is coming up a peaceful end to a 10 hour standoff with police in chicken. Shay Police were called to home for a domestic disturbance early yesterday. Police a 71 year old Terry gun Oh, Was allegedly holding his wife hostage. He was taken to a hospital after he surrendered. His wife also was taken to a hospital, but she's expected to be okay. Gatto is facing a kidnapping charge fatal stabbing outside a club in Bricktown overnight, police say one person died. Another was injured and taken to a hospital. The stabbing happened near Sheridan and Mickey Mantle, the district attorney for Caddo, Grady, Jefferson and Stevens counties in southwestern Oklahoma. Appointed to handle the investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against former Oklahoma County District Judge Tim Henderson. Anderson's accused of sexual misconduct involving five women, including two assistant district attorneys. More negotiations expected this week in Washington in search of compromise on White House calls for infrastructure spending. Lauren Blanchard reports so White House put forward as slightly smaller $1.7 trillion infrastructure bill. It's down from their initial ask of $2.3 Trillion, but still nowhere near as low as Republicans want, the White House says. Little that negotiations play out only a little longer. Republicans have continued to negotiate with the White House, but they want something much smaller and much more targeted. On Fox.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Family of 4 to 4. Fort Worth Woman killed by a police officer Vis filing a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit. Captain's iron. The suit names the city of Fort Worth, the mayor, chief of police and Erin Dean, the officer accused in the shooting death of a Tatiana Jefferson. He is charged with murder and is expected to go to trial in August. Police say Dean was responding to an open door call during the middle of the night in October of 2019. Jefferson was awake playing video games with their eight year old nephew at the time, investigators say. When Dean got to the back window, he saw someone standing inside the home body Cam video shows Dean saying to put your hands up and show me your hands before immediately shooting through the window. Cat Blondes Iron WB AP News White House and Republican leaders resume talks today on President Biden's $2.3 Trillion infrastructure proposal boxes. Rachel Sutherland reports the White House as negotiations have been productive, but the two sides remain far apart on spending the definition of infrastructure and how to pay for it. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told Fox is Larry Kudlow, he's willing to negotiate on traditional infrastructure. He draws the line and trump era tax cuts. This is single, most important other judges the single most important thing we did for the country. Democrats could try to use budget reconciliation to move forward on the plan without Republican support. Rachel Sutherland Fox News Being Time Texas Senator John Cornyn is proposing up to 25 cents per mile tax on the country's big trucks to pay for the bill. The point is, we've been spending a lot of money. We can't keep spending money that we are borrowing from future generations. Truckers aren't exactly tooting their horns over that idea from the preservation tree Services. W B A P 24 7 News desk. I'm Kim Lan Kinji. Next update. Is that a 30 24 7 coverage. Wbf p dot com Does this Syriza's look from the Syrians you played last year, you know, no sure way. Haven't played a game one. Yes. So, um Don't.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Rich Thomason, Israeli Prime Minister. Netanyahu is warning Hamas against further rocket attacks, saying if Hamas thinks we will tolerate a drizzle of rockets, it is wrong. The prime minister's remarks come in the early hours of a truce between Israel and Hamas. The BBC's Laura Trevelyan in Jerusalem two A.m. local that ceasefire came into force. So for the first time in 11 days Instead of sirens in the morning in southern Israel is mass fired rockets instead of the sound of air strikes in the Gaza Strip. It was quiet. There were celebrations in the Gaza Strip. In fact, People are watching anxiously to see if this cease fire does hold. There have been scattered clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem. President Biden welcoming the ceasefire, the president think Israel's prime minister for winding down his military offensive and thank Egypt and other parties in the Mideast for their diplomatic efforts. I believe the Palestinians and Israelis Equally deserved to live safely and securely. Mr Biden said the U. S. Was committed to helping Israel replenish its supply of interceptor missiles for its iron dome protection system and to working with the Palestinian Authority, not Hamas to provide humanitarian aid to Gaza. Red Clugston Washington. Negotiations between the White House and Republican senators over the president's $2.3 Trillion infrastructure plan continue more talk schedule today. President Biden is taking heat from both the right and the left over his decision to give the go ahead or completion of a Russian pipeline through Europe while killing the Keystone pipeline project and thousands of high paying union jobs. Here in the U. S. On Wall Street. Dow Futures are up 151 points. NASDAQ futures ahead. 14 S and P futures four points higher More on the story is a town hall dot com. Tell me why Relief act was so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question Peters have child..
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on AP News
"AP News. I'm Ed Donahue in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Mr Brown's death while tragic. Was justified. District Attorney Andrew Womble says no charges will be filed against the police officers involved in the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr He was being served drug related search and arrest warrants. Last month, one bull says Brown was using his car as a weapon, the first shot Was fired by sergeant means and it entered the front windshield. Mr Brown's car. Family members who watched body camera footage say it shows Andrew Brown Jr was not armed and he didn't drive toward deputies or pose a threat to them at a Ford plant today in Michigan, my name is Joe Biden and I'm a carga. The president was visiting a day before Ford is expected to release details of it all electric version of its F 1 50 pickup truck, the future Their auto industry is electric. There's no turning back. The president proposed a $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan that aims to help transform the automotive sector by making vehicles that don't burn gasoline. More mainstream. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are still on the fence about a commission looking into the January capital riot clearly balanced Not tilted. One way or the other, so we have an objective evaluation. So I think it's safe for you to report that we're undecided. About the way forward. At this point, the House is poised to pass a bill to work to stop hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. A juror has been removed from the murder trial of multi millionaire Robert Durst because she violated the court order not to read about the case. Durst has pleaded not guilty to killing his best friend in 2000. Charles Grodin has died. He started movies like Heartbreak Kid and Midnight Run, His family says Charles Grodin died from bone marrow cancer. He was 86..
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on AP News
"AP News. I'm Ed Donahue in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Mr Brown's death while tragic. Was justified. District Attorney Andrew Womble says no charges will be filed against the police officers involved in the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr He was being served drug related search and arrest warrants. Last month, one bull says Brown was using his car as a weapon, the first shot Was fired by sergeant means and entered the front windshield. Mr Brown's car. Family members who watched body camera footage say it shows Andrew Brown Jr was not armed and he didn't drive toward deputies or pose a threat to them at a Ford plant today in Michigan, my name is Joe Biden and I'm a carga. The president was visiting a day before Ford is expected to release details of it all electric version of its F 1 50 pickup truck, the future Their auto industry is electric. There's no turning back. The president proposed a $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan that aims to help transform the automotive sector by making vehicles that don't burn gasoline. More mainstream. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are still on the fence about a commission looking into the January capital riot clearly balanced Not tilted. One way or the other, so we have an objective evaluation. So I think it's safe for you to report that we're undecided. About the way forward. At this point, the House is poised to pass a bill to work to stop hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. A juror has been removed from the murder trial of multi millionaire Robert Durst because she violated the court order not to read about the case. Durst has pleaded not guilty to killing his best friend in 2000. Charles Grodin has died. He started movies like Heartbreak Kid and Midnight Run, His family says Charles Grodin died from bone marrow cancer. He was 86..
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on KGO 810
"From ABC News on Michelle Franzen, President Biden on the ground in Michigan this hour and home to automakers. The president trying to Rev up support for infrastructure proposal is visiting the Ford Electric vehicle plant ahead of the automaker. Rolling out an electric version of its F 1 50 pickup truck. Mr Biden will take a tour and deliver remarks he'll be promoting his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, which includes a $174 billion investment in Elek. Vehicles, including funding for a half a million charging stations across the nation. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, White House says the president spoke to Israel's prime minister earlier expressing support for a ceasefire. But the fighting between Israeli forces and Hamas appears to be far from over A B C's Jordana Miller is in Jerusalem Israel is continuing to intensely bomb Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip that is President Biden calls for a cease fire the Israel Defense Forces says it struck Hamas rocket launch pad. Had Navy sites and the network of underground tunnels with the militant group uses to move arms and fighters. The death toll in Gaza now tops 200, including 60 miners, heartbreaking scenes of parents amid the rubble, weeping over the loss of their Children every day. Gazans caught in the crossfire. Georgiana Miller, ABC NEWS Jerusalem Tensions also building in Israel. Palestinians across Israel and the occupied territories are striking today against Israel's policies. Covert 19 cases continue to drop, with all 50 states showing declines as more Americans get vaccinated. New studies show those doses or effective against variants identified so far Chief White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. Today's briefing. Individuals were vaccinated with the M R in a including elderly individuals. Maintained, binding and functional Anybody's again against a wide range of various year listening to.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"They're soggy dogs there. Yeah. Gaga's Yeah, they're they're good. I love I love New York System winners. No, I love the nastiest of hot dogs with the natural casing and all that. I go for that. Yeah. I don't want these processed kind of, you know. Homogenized type. Give me the nasty ones those of the past. So my neighbor's dog soggy. He did. Yeah, I like that. That's cute. That's soggy, soggy dog. Um, so let's get to infrastructure. But just one thing that is infrastructure, I would say a petroleum pipeline. More and more people doing the toilet paper run like they did during covert now during the Colonial pipeline of ransomware. Uh, affect people running to the gas station. Gassing up a zafar is ah, North is Virginia. I'm sure in no time at all. It'll be up here in New England. Yeah, we've got the state of emergency. Now in four different states is the governor's air trying to cope with getting the gas around. There is enough gas in the system. The problem is just the tanker trucks getting out to station that had been flooded by people who are panic buying the same with the toilet paper last year, and that's the problem. And you know what? I almost think when you declare a state of emergency Then you bring more attention to it More people say I gotta go get gas. I got to go forward my tank chicken and egg. I know. All right, let's get to infrastructure. Today. Joe Biden is trying to meet with congressional leaders. Actually trying to sell his massive infrastructure bill to these to these congressional leaders. What? So what's on the docket? Yes. So the Big Four come into the Oval Office. It's the first time the president has hosted Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell. By buying the McConnell worked together for decades in the U. S Senate, so there's an existing relationship going on there. It really is a matter of bringing McCarthy along, but he's in the minority in the house. So Pelosi has that one. So you know it's going to come down to Mitch McConnell and how much he wants to spend, or we'll go along with some of the spending. Administration seeking 2.3 trillion in their jobs plan. They've countered with 800 billion, and McConnell has said in the past, he's a no. Go on raising the corporate tax rate at all. So we'll see how these numbers go now, Mitch the turtle there, He's got a pretty good track record. On holding the line. I mean, he's got a pretty good, pretty good thing on, he said Last week. He's 100% committed to stopping the Biden agenda. And, you know, we know how he kept President Obama for making his Supreme Court pick. So yeah, when it comes to drawing a line in the sand. Com was pretty good at it. He's a little practice, but in fact they were Hey, slow and steady wins the race. Right. There you go. He and he slow. Um, but he's He's actually been, you know, having the fight over this, this controversial voting reform bill the Democrats have put forth and it looks like he can kill it in the Senate because Without the filibuster being overturned. It looks like it's going nowhere and I think he's able to hold off on this one. I mean, I think I think he's able to say it and say I'm not going to do it. I'll do this for you, but I'm not going to do it and short of a filibuster. Being being overturned, and it doesn't look like with mansion that that's gonna happen, Um, where we're not going anywhere with this big infrastructure. But this is the hook. So if the data they run on a spending bill like this, they can go through on that 50 vote rules. But to your point mansion is not on board with raising the corporate income tax all the way up to 28%. S o. That $2.3 trillion figure is is obviously gonna have to come down. But if they do, get it up to 24 25%, we may get.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You're it here one Oh 5.9 FM W M A L. A cumulus station news now blame for last month Slow down and job growth. I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. Many businesses they extended unemployment benefits continued by the bite administration are responsible for the much weaker than expected April jobs. Report. Boxes marked. MEREDITH has the story. The data really shocked so many people, and it meant the unemployment rate ticked up ever so slightly to 6.1% unemployed Americans could get an additional $300 on top of state benefits per week. This is because of what they assumed would be this pro long pandemic activity. Now someone to see those benefits pull back, including the U. S Chamber of Commerce. They put out a statement yesterday and said Disappointing jobs report makes it clear that people paying people not to work is dampening what should be a stronger jobs market. President Biden claims the slow April jobs growth is assigned. Congress needs to pass his $2.3 Trillion American jobs plan. I ransomware attack is temporarily halted delivery through the nation's largest energy pipeline system. Colonial pipelines says The attack happened yesterday. But it did not say with the hackers demanded. Missouri Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, You're going to find hope, Republicans and Democrats alike outraged at the audacity of a foreign actor trying to disrupt our economy, our system of functioning with oil and so forth. Colonial transports nearly half of the East coasts energy needs from the Gulf of Mexico through its pipeline system. The New York State attorney general's office has reportedly expanded its sexual harassment investigation of governor and her Cuomo. The Wall Street Journal reports the ages now investigating whether one of Cuomo's top advisers Linked access to covert 19 vaccines to support for the Governor. America is listening to Fox News. W.
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The seventh day of May 34 minutes past the hour experiencing Internet issues not only here at home, but with our network across the country as well. So Bear with us this morning is that we bring you in the days of top stories. 34 minutes past the hour Here on America's first news, the seventh day of May. President Biden traveling too Reliably Red Louisiana Thursday that pressure Republican lawmakers to support his $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal and yet expressed a willingness to compromise on the Corporate tax hikes. He's recommending to pay the costs by new the 70 year old Bridge. That's two decades passed. It designed life stand in the city of Lake Charles Toe make his case using a little bit of theater as a backdrop. There Now all those Senator Mitch McConnell vowed, and this week to block the Biden administration's agenda every step of the way. Republican Mayor Nick Hunter appeared alongside President Biden at that event. He said he is working with the president on infrastructure for his city. When pressed by the media, whether or not he supports The high cost of the infrastructure bill. Hey, said he is focused on what is city needs. Several GOP senator is their favorite spending 568 billion on infrastructure over five years. That's a small fraction of what the president's proposed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky so that Republicans would rather finance infrastructure of the user fees so just hold and gas can actually declined to specify which one he would back. McConnell is also said that 100% of his focus is on stopping this new administration now echoing similarly obstructionist threats he made during President Obama's term and underscoring the challenge the president might face and trying to work across the aisle, but Even. Still, the president brushed that off the noting that McConnell said the same thing about the Obama administration, but the two are able to quote get a lot done. Man who allegedly stabbed to older women without warning in a San Francisco bus stops been charged with attempted murder in an attack that follows a number of others against Asian Americans nationwide. Authorities say. Patrick Thompson of San Francisco is also charged with assault with a deadly weapon and elder abuse. Thompson, who has a history of mental illness, could face a life sentence. If convicted. He's set to be arraigned. Today. You know, the closely watched trial in California, which apples being sued over its APP store continues..
"$2.3 trillion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That one of former President Trump's signature policies the border wall. I would secure the wall. We can't have a state we can have a country without a secure wall General on Fox News is Hannity program. The Biden administration endorsing a proposal to waive intellectual property rights protection for covert 19 vaccines. It's a move that supposed by drug manufacturers who argue that would hinder innovation. No, it's number of developing nations, led by South Africa and India have been pressing in the World Trade Organization for a temporary waiver of rules that protect patterns. Products used to tackle coded that he used top official has responded to the U. S shift by saying the block is willing to discuss the idea. Decision making in the W T O is done by consensus. So these latest developments do not guarantee that the proposed waiver will be approved. And that's the BBC's Andrew Walker. A so called Heartbeat bill has advanced in Texas, the state House of Representatives giving you measure preliminary approval it outlaws abortion, once an unborn baby's heartbeat is detected generally around six weeks. The legislation also clearing the way for lawsuits against doctors who perform abortions. In defiance of that law, pushing his $2.3 trillion spending plan. President Biden travels to Louisiana today The administration is called it an infrastructure plan Republicans. Oh say in reality, only a tiny part of the spending would actually go for traditional infrastructure projects. Dow Up 47 points and NASDAQ is down 82 more on these stories, a town hall dot com I have two dogs. Salmon Bailey, both our golden retrievers. Poor Sam..
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"On the north side here, and she was touring some of the clean energy labs at the university has to offer. They do wind tunnel research turbine research, as well as some sustainable energy research, And it's all tied to the president's. $2.3 trillion American jobs plan When really she was highlighting the research and development aspect. Included in that plan is $180 billion of investment and really pushing everything that they're doing here at U W M as part of the president's infrastructure plan, Tony did she get specific it all. I mean, I know that, like the mayor was there at the round table. There were some dignitaries from Wisconsin Milwaukee specifically, did she get into the details of what the infrastructure plan could mean for us? Not her herself. But as sitting around that round table along with Congresswoman Glenmore, Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin, a couple of local leaders here for the public schools and public libraries. They told her a little bit about what their needs are and how they're trying to have some of the sustainability in some specific plans, And this was all I guess music to her years and really pushing and advocating for the fact that that's exactly what they're trying to investment invest in And making that push that it is the largest non defense investment in the country's history. So really trying to garner up that support that you mentioned some of those dignitaries, Mayor Tom Barrett County executive David Crowley, attorney general Josh Call all here, you know, Um, Chancellor Mark Monet tol take in and really kind of an excited atmosphere during her. It was a pretty from table, but they were just happy to have the vice president here. Wtmj is Tony Bennett. Thank you so much, Tony..
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"Katherine Can Elaine has the story The LeapFrog report is out. Leapfrog grades. Hospitals for the quality of Karen safety twice a year and Rush medical center hopped to the top scoring and a for the best hospital in the city and the state ST Bernard Hospital, on the other hand in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood, flunked Leapfrog, handing them and asked five other hospitals in the state received a D grade, including Stroger Hospital in Chicago. The Tribune reports. The grades are based on data that was collected before the cove. It 19 pandemic. Report ranks Illinois 17th in the country for hospital safety and care. Katherine Catelyn 8 90 WLS News President Biden on the road again today A B C's CARE Travers in Washington President Biden today continues his sales pitch for his sweeping infrastructure proposal. Traveling to Philadelphia to mark the 50th anniversary of Amtrak during his 36 years in the Senate. By them was a regular on Amtrak taking the train from Wilmington to Washington every day, earning him the nickname Can track Joe. Today, who used the train service milestone to push Congress to move forward on his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, which includes an $80 billion investment in Amtrak. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington. Meantime, the U. S catching up with the Caribbean whose cruise ship travel is resuming and just weeks, the CDC telling cruise lines, they could resume operations in mid July if most of the crew and passengers are vaccinated, Tim McAlpin, president and CEO of Virgin Voyages, Americans like travel, They deserve it. They need to get out there on they love cruising. Cruising is very high satisfaction rates. I'll use the money and we're super excited that we see a path forward.
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"South Florida's first news with Jimmy Stuff, Alo weekday morning, said six Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Cephalonia here on South Florida's first news. Joining us now live from the White House. We have ABC news correspondent Karen Travers, who can follow on Twitter at Karen Travers and Karen. Thanks so much for being with us this morning, so President Biden, he is taking his message to the road. He's gonna attempt to sell his big infrastructure, Pat Could Jews out across the country. What can you tell us about that? The president. Yesterday was in Georgia. It was gay 100. So he finished that speech on Wednesday night at the Capitol and hit the road quickly heading to Georgia yesterday for a long day of events firsthand that visit with the Carters in Plains, Georgia, But the purpose of the trip was actually to go and do a car rally a political event put on by the DNC to celebrate 100 days It was a chance to do a couple of things. One push the $2.3 Trillion infrastructure proposal, which the president is asking. Lawmakers to send him a text of legislation by Memorial Day. But we're about 3.5 weeks or four weeks away from that. At this point. The other thing was Theo congratulate, saying Georgia as he put it for not just sending him to the White House. He clipped Georgia Blue last November. But remember Georgia, of course, won the two Democratic Senate runoff races in January. Democrats pick them both of those seats. And you know, it's hard to overstate what a different conversation and narrative we would be having today on day 100. One of the Biden administration had they, not one. Both of those seats that gave the Democrats said Slim, Slim 50 50 majority in the Senate, with, of course, the vice president casting the tie breaking vote, and that's how the Cook in relief package got across the finish line. That's why the president can propose an infrastructure plan that cost $2.3 trillion and have a chance maybe of getting it also across the finish line, So he was there to thank Georgia and also continue with that sales pitch. Continues today with the trip to still Adelphia. Now we saw this on the president's schedule, and it's the same way lasted this thing. Did he planned this himself, like Is this something president pitched Because he's going up to Philadelphia today to mark the 50th anniversary of Amtrak? We all know much Joe Biden loves trains. He earned that nickname of Amtrak Joe after spending 36 years in the Senate, taking the train back and forth every day from Wilmington to Washington so he could do with the family back home. He loves trains. And today there will be a big event at Philadelphia's 30th Street station. You haven't been there. It's a beautiful old old train station kind of iconic big feelings, and this is another chance to talk about infrastructure because that $2.3 trillion plan includes an $8 billion investment in Amtrak. And I'm wondering when the White House first unveiled their first part of their infrastructure, playing the American jobs plan. They detailed how each state could benefit from it. And is that part of this trip to is that part of the strategy behind these these different visits to different states to really sell those states and get that local media coverage? What will benefit those states in this in this mass? The federal plant. Absolutely. And you know, the White House really looked at this as a very hyper local story, and we've seen their efforts, You know, obviously they're saying a message to the White House Press corps and national reporters, but they're really focusing this sales pitch at the local level, saying If this passes your highway overpass couldn't get fixed. If this passes this bridge can get built or repaired because this is real money. If this gets across the finish line, it's real money that matters. Local communities, and the White House is trying to drum up support at the local level, you know, and bipartisanship that elusive concept in Washington. It's not clear they can get bipartisan support as the plan stands right now, But the White House will say we heard the deputy press secretary. She told us this on Air Force one yesterday that you know, polls show these things have bipartisan support..
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"Trump, who's charged with inciting the deadly insurrection of the U. S Capitol building. Last month, House impeachment managers summed up their case by replaying a video clip of Trump calling on his supporters to fight back, making yet again baseless claims of a stolen election. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't concede with Steph Way lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin accused Trump of creating a powder keg. He knew the rally would explode if provoked. Knew all it would take a slight push impeachment managers laid out several questions Central to their case against Trump, including whether he encouraged violence. Was it foreseeable and did he act willingly? Stress that the answer to those questions must be. Ah, yes, Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden met today with lawmakers from both parties at the White House as he seeks to garner support for a plan to expand infrastructure projects. I'm hoping that launching efforts to rebuild the nation's roads and bridges might actually close a partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats during his campaign buying proposed to $2 trillion investment in infrastructure improvements and clean energy. Grand jury in Buffalo, New York, has dismissed felony assault charges filed against two police officers. They're the men were videotaped last summer, pushing an elderly protester to the ground during the Black lives matter March or NPR's Brian Mann. Officers, Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers aggressively enough each one eye right now, and I'm telling you I sandbagged. Flynn said The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS the Congressional Budget Office as the federal government is on track to post a $2.3 trillion deficit this year. On roughly 900 billion from last year, when the Corona virus caused Congress provide historic amounts of financial aid. Stronger economic growth is help reduce the anticipated shortfall. Still, the deficit could soon be revised upwards of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief measure becomes law. That aid coming on top of roughly four trillion last year would add more red ink on Wall Street. The Dow was down seven points. Data NASDAQ Up 53 points You're listening to NPR news. One of the Giants of modern jazz, has died. Keyboardist composer and bandleader Chick Corea died Monday. The age of 79. NPR's on Assad's Ius Lucas has this remembrance. Chick Corea was always artistically curious. As a young man in New York he played with Miles Davis at the dawn of jazz fusion, appearing on such landmark albums as Bitches Brew. His own band returned to Forever took that style to new heights of expressiveness..